Predictable Approaches to Multidisciplinary Treatment

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Thursday, March 28, 2024 | 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
This is an in-person course.

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John Ictech-Cassis, DMD, DDS, CAGS, FICD
Clinical Professor, Department of Restorative Sciences & Biomaterials; Clinical Director, Post-graduate Operative & Esthetic Dentistry; Director, Dental Health Center, Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine



Sandra Morin, DMD, CAGS
Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Periodontology, Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine





This course is designed for the general practitioner or for specialists to review and learn the periodontal and prosthetic considerations that will determine the success of dental restorations and treatment.

The course will help identify the clinical situations when the restorative dentist will need to include a specialist as part of the team in order to enhance the success of the patient’s treatment.

Course Objectives

At the end of the course, participants will be better able to:

  • Review of treatment planning options with clinical outcomes for simple to complex cases
  • Review and analysis of treatments with dental implants, implant selection and maintenance
  • Review of protocols for treatment of periodontal disease prior to placement of dental implants and restorations
  • Clinical cases requiring esthetic crown lengthening and the management of mucogingival problems
  • Extensive review of restorative considerations to the success of esthetic restorations
  • Predictable preparations for porcelain laminate veneers and all ceramic restorations
  • Esthetic considerations for implant supported crowns
  • Review of several clinical cases requiring multidisciplinary treatment
  • Analysis of failures and successes of dental implants and restorations
  • Clinical comparison of ceramo-metal restorations and all ceramic restorations
Teaching Method


Recommended for

General dentists and specialists


“Amazing instructors and doctors, I really enjoyed this CE a lot.” – Participant, March 2022

“Enjoyed the presentations. Appreciate the depth of knowledge and expertise that Dr. Morin and Dr. Cassis bring to the program.” – Uma Ramachandran, March 2022

”Being an alumni of Dr.Cassis, I always loved the way he presents cases; his willingness to share his knowledge to help his students and colleagues is unsurpassed. Looking forward to attend more lectures at BU.” – Julie Vigneault, March 2022

“Both lecturers, Dr. Morin and Dr. Cassis are very knowledgeable and experienced specialists. Their lectures were very didactic and based on evidence.” – Araceli Rosas-Fernandez, March 2022

“Excellent course! It was very interesting and informative, with several fantastic case examples.The speakers answered each of our questions in detail.” – Kenneth Ashe, March 2022

Additional Information


Date Thursday, March 28, 2024
Time 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Price $495
CEUs 7
AGD code 490 (2 hours), 610 (2 hours), 690 (1.5 hours), 780 (1.5 hours)

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