Aesthetic dentistry; Implant aesthetics event

Smile Makeovers: from the 'Social Six' to Full Mouth Reconstruction

Topic A

Learning objectives

  • How to arrive at a common goal with your unique patient during treatment plan that fits their budget and commitment.
  • How to thoroughly plan the case out through diagnostic wax ups, photos, and digital communication.
  • How to arrive at minimally invasive dentistry, using AACD goals and criteria
  • How to "keep the new smile long term" by addressing your patient's airway and protecting their valuable investment with oral appliance therapy, especially if there is sleep bruxism or any sleep disorder breathing.
  • How to address more complex cases with referrals (i.e. with implants, ortho involvement)


Cosmetic Smile Makeover, Minimally Invasive, Communication with lab, Treatment Plan, Airway/ connection with Sleep Bruxism


Dr Jerry Hu

Optimal aesthetics in implant restoration: achievable, predictable, repeatable

Topic B

Learning objectives

  • Appreciate the importance of 3D implant positioning and the methods to achieve;
  • Understand the concept of platform switch in preserving soft and hard tissue;
  • Visualize an innovative abutment design in maintaining soft tissue integrity;
  • Grasp the rationale between screw-retained and cement retained restorations in producing predictable aesthetic outcome

Keywords: 3D implant positioning, Implant-Abutment interphase, Platform switch, Screw-retained vs. cemented restorations, One-Abutment-One-Time


Dr Daniel Fang

Orthodontic management of sleep disordered breathing patients

Topic C

Learning objectives:

  • To understand the morphological characteristics of sleep disordered breathing
  • To review the evidence-based treatment strategies to be known so far
  • To be competent to manage the SDB patients with oral appliance

Keywords: SDB, mandibular advancement device


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Prof Young Guk Park

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20 Jul / 22 July 2018



Type of event

CE Programme


Malaysian Dental Association