A foot in two worlds: ortho-restorative treatment decisions for the general practitioner
The aim of this lecture is to give an insight into design and decision making when faced with patients looking to improve the aesthetics of their smile.
We will look at the planning behind different restorative modalities such as composite, ceramic veneers, bridges and implants.
The aim is to help general practitioners think about the different principles for their restorations and discover how correct tooth position drives success from an aesthetic and functional point of view.
- Discover how design interplays with dentistry
- Gain confidence with smile design
- Understand how and when pre treatment tooth alignment is needed
- Remind ourselves of the principles of different restorative modalities.
Speaker: Camilla Morrison
Dr Camilla Morrison, known as Millie, graduated from University of Birmingham, UK in 2015.
Since then she has become well established in the dental industry developing a keen interest in aesthetic restorative dentistry.
Millie has worked with the Invisalign system since 2016, she enjoys taking on the challenging cases and pushing the boundaries of what the Invisalign system whilst achieving optimal outcomes.
Dr Morrison has continued her post graduate education with a year long in-depth aesthetic dentistry course, she has also completed a diploma in clear aligner therapy and is studying for her masters in the same subject.
Millie is an international speaker for Invisalign, teaching clinical techniques to dentists across the globe.
She is passionate about providing the right treatment for her clients whilst creating strong trusting relationships and mentoring her colleagues to do the same.
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This continuing professional development (CPD) activity fully complies with the CPD requirements of the General Dental Council. FMC certifies this activity for one hour of enhanced CPD in the subject of A foot in two worlds: ortho-restorative treatment decisions for the general practitioner.
This CPD meets the criteria for the GDC’s development outcome C.