Welcome to this phenomenal TubulesTalk series - TSL Club style. The first rule of TSL club is…Well, you DO talk about TSL club!!

This series is useful for everyone who deals with TSL in practice.

This series will cover all aspects of tooth surface loss from diagnosis, to planning to treatment. It is a comprehensive series written and designed just for you. It will cover theoretical and practical aspects and will also demonstrate live clinical surgery videos of how some toothwear cases were restored and rehabilitated.

Dr. James Baker is a prosthodontist who works in the West End of London at Wimpole Street and has always been enthusiastic about sharing his knowledge. He also has other talents - but that will be revealed at the end of this series!

Through the series we will be covering a huge amount of information and knowledge related to tooth surface loss.

Part 1 will cover cause and effect

  • The aetiology and prevalence of tooth surface loss as well as the classification systems and diagnosis.
  • Importance of history taking and its relevance in management
  • The concepts of physiological and pathological tooth surface loss
  • The methods and limitations of monitoring tooth surface loss

Part 2 will cover "on your guard"

  • Preventive intervention where Dr. Baker will cover an in-depth discussion on when to intervene, the ideal occlusion and the importance of accurate records
  • The topic of splints, as well as taking accurate occlusal records for Michigan splint construction
  • The fitting, adjustment, and monitoring of such splints

Part 3 will cover "the space program"

  • The options for gaining restorative space will be covered and will include The Dahl principle and the evidence for Dahl treatment
  • Understanding the concept of occlusal reorganisation, and increasing the occlusal vertical dimension for space creation
  • Surgical crown lengthening and the biologic width will be discussed.
  • Conventional vs adhesive strategies will be discussed

Part 4 will cover how to put it all into practice

  • Whether to use a conformative or a reorganised approach
  • What is the essential kit to use for treating tooth surface loss cases
  • There will be lots of practical tips on use of various kit
  • Tips on making restorations mimic natural teeth
  • Tips on material choices
  • A showcase of simple to complex cases that show practical applications of all the principles, including fixed restorations, as well as combined fixed and removable cases.

Part 5 will cover a live surgery case that was rehabilitated with the indirect approach and metal backings. You will see the clinical videos as Dr. James Baker provides a live commentary of the case explaining the rationale of his treatment The case will reveal many tips and tricks like you’ve never seen before.

Part 6 will cover a live surgery case that was rehabilitated with a full mouth reconstruction in composite resin. You will see clinical videos as Dr. James Baker provides a live commentary of the case explaining the rationale of his treatment. The case will reveal many tips and tricks like you’ve never seen before.

So get ready. You are thoroughly going to gain a lot from this series relating to tooth surface loss and its management. 

This series alone will be worth your subscription fee. 

So buckle up, get ready and let’s go...

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