Programming Complex Restorative Cases: A “Global” and "Airway" Approach
Course: Sleep Apnea Appliances/ TMJ and Bruxism
Course Speaker: Dr. Jeffery S. Rouse
Course Date: Friday, October 28th and Saturday, October 29th 2016
Course Location: Donald W. Reynolds Center, Sam M. Walton College of Business
Hosted by: AIDT & ArAGD
This two-day program will present a vision of complex restorative dentistry within a medical model. The idea is to create a dental treatment plan that places the teeth and bite in an esthetic, functional, and healthy position. The Autonomic Nervous System Trial will assist practitioners in decision-making for airway and restoration.
Historically, dentists collect large amounts of data, mount casts, and wax teeth based on an occlusal philosophy. They are then expected to make a “global” treatment plan based on a lot of “regional” diagnoses, i.e. caries status, periodontal health, occlusal scheme, etc. It is the purpose of this lecture to present a diagnostic method based on the concept of “global” diagnosis. The guidelines will be distilled into the “CORE Questions” required to diagnose and provide interdisciplinary treatment of the complex restorative patient. From there, an evaluation of the airway patency and autonomic nervous system will provide a preview of the proper restorative position and Global approach.
Attendees will learn:
1. The difference between “global” and “regional” approaches to diagnosis
2. The CORE questions and how they determine the appropriate course of therapy.
3. The keys to sequencing specialty care in complex cases.
4. To differentiate between occlusal philosophy and airway reality.
5. The three categories of sleep disturbance and their unique signs and symptoms
6. To utilize the Autonomic Nervous System Trial to forecast airway resolution with dental care
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Additonal Event Information:
Lunch and Snacks will be provided both days
Parking Validation Included
Please note that if you register as an IDT Member for the Free ticket option we will need to confirm your membership
*For Questions about Registraition Please Contact: ArAGD 888-RU-4-AGD2 (784-2432) or the IDT Office: 479-521-6060
About the Speaker:
Jeffrey S. Rouse, D.D.S. maintains a private practice in San Antonio, Texas and practices with Drs. Gregg Kinzer and Frank Spear in Seattle, Washington. He is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Prosthodontics at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. After graduation from dental school in San Antonio, Dr Rouse completed a 2-year General Practice Residency at the University of Connecticut Health Science Center. He practiced family dentistry for twelve years before returning to school. Dr Rouse received his specialty certificate in Prosthodontics from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio in 2004. He is a member of the American Academy of Restorative Dentistry, the American College of Prosthodontists, and past president of the Southwest Academy of Restorative Dentistry.
Dr. Rouse has written numerous journal articles including a portion of the “Annual Review of Selected Dental Literature” published each summer in the Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry. He has a textbook published in 2016 by Quintessence titled "Global" Diagnosis: A New Vision of Dental Diagnosis and Treatment Planning written with his teaching partner, Dr. Bill Robbins. Furthermore, he has contributed chapters on porcelain veneers and anterior ceramic crowns to three editions of a dental textbook. Dr. Rouse lectures nationally and internationally on a wide variety of topics ranging from dental esthetics to airway prosthodontics.
For more information about Dr. Rouse please visit: http://www.rousedds.com/
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