Dr. Dennis Nimchuk

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This presentation will focus on the principles and choices to be considered when there is an indication to restore damaged teeth to an ideal aesthetic and functional state.

Discussed and illustrated will be the use of surgical protocols, material grafting selections, restorative techniques and restorative materials.  Numerous case presentations will be shown which highlight how these four elements should combine to produce undetectable or near undetectable tooth replacements.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Protocols for Surgical Management of damaged teeth and bone.
  2. Protocols for Guided Bone Regeneration.
  3. Protocols for Materials Selections in GBR.
  4. Protocols for Restorative Material and Laboratory Options.

Bio: Dr. Nimchuk is a Certified Prosthodontist.  He has been a director and mentor to over twenty continuing education Study Groups in the field of Fixed, Removable and Implant Prosthodontics.  He has been a Honourary Sessional Lecturer at the Faculty of Dentistry, UBC for over 15 years.  He has given over 700 lectures worldwide and has authored numerous articles.  He is the holder of an “Alumni of Distinction” award from the University of Toronto, Faculty of Dentistry.  He is a Past President of CARDP.  For many years he has held a position as Associate Editor of The Canadian Journal of Restorative Dentistry and Prosthodontics.

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