The Aging Face concept was initially recognized as excellent knowledge for us to incorporate into our macroaesthetic planning. It has now mushroomed into how the smile changes with age, and how the teeth and skeleton change with maturation and aging with an enormous impact on our treatment of children, but it also has enormous on impact interdisciplinary care. This course will supply you with great information that the dentists with whom you work are not exposed to but will find critical to their practices. The course will be well-illustrated with take-home messages that will enrich your practice from the young patient to the adult.
The soft-tissue facial changes that impact how we design adolescent treatment
The skeletal and dentoalveolar changes that have a great effect on planning the replacement of missing teeth
How treatment can be designed to delay or reverse aging characteristics