Prognosis for the Periodontally Compromised Tooth

Prognosis for the Periodontally Compromised Tooth2015-01-14T18:33:51+00:00
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Date/Time

Date(s) - January 13, 2015
5:45 pm - 9:00 pm

Location

Hilton Sacramento Arden West
2200 Harvard Street
Sacramento, CA 95815


Event Details

Hygiene Night • Prognosis for the Periodontally Compromised Tooth • 3 CEU, core

5:45-6:45pm – Registration & Vendors
6:50-7:15pm – Announcements & Dinner
7:30-9:00pm – Speaker • 3 CE units, core

This course provides a historical perspective along with a short and long-term follow up of cases. Establishing an accurate periodontal prognosis is paramount to case success. Prognosis is often thought of as being “static,” established once, and never to change. However, proper periodontal therapy can alter a tooth’s prognosis, if done in time. This course will show both short and long-term cases where prognosis has changed during therapy.

Course Topics:

  • Identify the clinical factors used in assigning prognosis
  • Understand the historical research that leads to the modern day
    concept of prognosis
  • Define the new concept of periodontal diseases and host
    susceptibility as factors used in determining prognosis

Presented by: Thomas Kepic, DDS, MSD

Dr. Thomas Kepic received his BA in Biology from Canisius College Buffalo, New York in 1971 and his DDS from the State University of New York at Buffalo in 1975. He received a Certificate in Periodontics and his MS in Dentistry from Indiana University in 1977 under the mentorship of Dr. Tim O’Leary. Kepic was assistant clinical professor at UCSF from 1977-1978 and worked as associate for Dr. R. Earl Robinson from 1977-1978. He has been in full-time private practice in Upland, CA since 1978.