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The 28th Annual Dr. Dan Cruz Memorial Prosthodontic Lecture: Exposed: Prosthodontic Potpourri: The Methods, Materials and Mindset to Achieving and Documenting Uncommon Results for Everyday Cases

Thursday, April 11

9 AM - Noon

3 CDE Credits – DDS, DH, DA, AUX


This lecture will focus on the day-to-day treatment planning workflow for high-end aesthetic prosthetics as viewed through the lens of a dual-certified prosthodontist and laboratory technician. Specific topics will include photographic documentation for collaboration with colleagues and the laboratory, final impression techniques, provisionalization, material selection, digital dentistry applications, delivery and follow-up care of various real-world cases.

This session will enable participants to:
- Review various treatment planning principles found in the field of contemporary crown and bridge and implant dentistry for both fixed and removable prosthetic options.
- Analyze many of the current materials available to the clinician and dental technician that can be utilized in the restoration of implants, fixed crown and bridge and removable prosthetic treatment plans.
- Determine the chairside/benchtop protocols that will ensure the highest level of quality and efficacy that will augment successful patient outcomes in the final product at delivery.
- Apply new concepts and techniques within the dental clinic and dental laboratory.


Miles Cone, D.M.D., M.S., C.D.T., F.A.C.P.

Dr. Cones graduated from Tufts Dental School in Boston, and is a military-trained, board certified Prosthodontist, with dual-certification as a dental technician. Conflict of Interest: None

Miles Cone, D.M.D., M.S., C.D.T., F.A.C.P.
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