tooth be told: seminar series
With Dr. Wyatt Traina
"Fall EQUINOX" September 20, 2018
"Spring Equinox" March 21, 2019
space is limited to 20 participants
Participants should plan on providing ONE - TWO cases to treatment plan. Please provide a Pan or CT scan, models, clinical photos, and X-rays. (Complimentary CT scans, clinical photos, and models available at Corey + Then Periodontics. Please email Sydney@coreyandthen.com)
A Maine native, Dr. Traina attended The University of Maine for his undergraduate degree. He earned his D.M.D. degree from Boston University before heading to The University of California, San Francisco post-doctoral Prosthodontics program. Last year he joined Prosthodontics Associates, and he teaches at UNE part-time. Dr. Traina has been active over the past year in the Casco Bay Study Club and is excited to share knowledge and learn with the esteemed fellow practitioners in Maine.
The "Tooth Be Told - Seminar Series" will be an interactive discussion type seminar where participants will be encouraged to present cases and ask clinical questions that they find interesting or challenging. The sessions will be in large part treatment planning based as a start point, and subtopics will be discussed as they come up. No two sessions will be alike as the direction of the course will be greatly influenced by the cases being presented by our fellow colleagues. Clinicians who come to "Tooth Be Told" are encouraged to prepare one or two cases for presentation and discussion.
- Attendees should be able to organize and present complex cases for precise treatment planning and potential communication between practitioners.
- Attendees should be able to recognize occlusal diseases and determine how to properly treat said disease.
- Attendees will learn about multidisciplinary treatment and how it pertains to complex treatment plans.