Clinical case discussion with restorative consultants. Part 3. Treatment of a periodontally involved mobile upper central incisor

Posted on 30 December 2014
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Filmed at the SRRDG and RD-UK conference in 2014, this was a highly interactive session between consultants and the audience. Dr Peter Briggs conference chair presented a case, and the audience gave their opinions on treatment plans before a panel of 10-12 consultants provided their views and opinions. This session is very useful to consider how one would approach treatment planning in a variety of cases. This is case 3 of 5 which discusses the treatment options of a very mobile, periodontally involved central incisor (to save or to extract) and whether orthodontic extrusion would serve any benefit

To view Case 1. Treatment planning and options for a toothwear case. Click here

To view Case 2. Treatment planning and options for a case with severe internal resorption click here

To view case 3. Treatment planning and options for a periodontally involved mobile central incisor scroll below

To view case 4. Management of an oncology case click here

To view case 5. Management of a case of peri implantitis click here

These lectures, workshops and discussion panels were all filmed as part of the 2014 SRRDG and RD-UK conference. To view the complete list of all 21 videos click here