This video series describes the systematic method of Dr. Fradeani’s prosthetic rehabilitation. The objective of the class is to help specialists feel competent and prepared to treat any dental procedure that involves the use of bridges, crowns, veneers and onlays on natural teeth and dental implants, including single restorations and full-arch prostheses.
Web Lecture 1
The procedure of guided therapy in prosthetic rehabilitation.
1. The difference between digital and analogic planning for treatment.
2. How to utilize a facebow’s power
3. Diagnostic wax-ups and mock-ups
Web Lecture 2
Esthetic consideration: the analysis of beauty in prosthetic therapy.
1. Natural orientation of the head
2. Vertical and horizontal agreement and dissension
3. Review: forward view
4. Review: lateral view
Web Lecture 3
Esthetic consideration: the analysis of dentolabial features in the rehabilitation of prostheses.
1. The position of the incisal edge and the amount of tooth exposed at rest.
2. Asymmetry in the dentate line
3. Line of smile
4. Corridor of the labium
Web Lecture 4
Aesthetic dentists and dental implants in the anterior regions.
1. Ideal dental composition
2. Symmetry of the gingiva
3. Esthetic enhancement of natural teeth.
4. Esthetic design of implants.
Web Lecture 5
Functional analysis in the rehabilitation of esthetics and prostheses.
1. The significance of occlusion
2. Central role: how, when, and why
3. The most extreme version of this is called intercuspation, it’s characterized by a central posture.
4. Verticality: the way, when and why it’s important to increase it.
Web Lecture #6
Wear dentition: destruction
1. Endogenous erosion: recurrence and bulimia
2. Exogenous erosion: food and drink
3. The function of saliva
4. The management of the patient with dental loss
in complete repairs
Web Lecture 7
Wear dentition: grainding
1. Biological and medical friction
2. Bruxism and the role of obstruction
3. Bruxism and sleep apnea
4. The management of the patient with dental pain.
in complete repairs
Web Lecture #8
The integration of biological processes in the rehabilitation of function and beauty.
1. Traditional methods of tooth preparation versus innovative methods of preparation for tooths: when, how and why
2. Juxta-Gingival and Intrasulcular Tooth Preparation – Temporary
crowns and overpasses
3. Veneer preparation involves: the integration of biological and dental materials.
4. First impressions: the method of orthodontic wire for the cervix.
detection of margin
Web Lecture 9th
Full-mouth prosthetic rehabilitation in a step-by-step manner
1. Esthetic, functional, and linguistic analysis
2. Diagnostic wax-up, demonstration
3. Innovative methods of tooth preparation, including the final impression.Laboratory
4. Personalized anterior guidance – Cross fixation
5. Attempted and final adjustments – The cementation of the attempted final repairs.
Web Lecture 10
1.Zirconia: Signs and Boundaries
2. Lithium disilicate: properties and limitations
3. Veneers, Full Veneers, Table tops. Buccal Ocular Veneer
4. Minimally intrusive prosthetic procedure (MIPP)
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