Friday, November 22, 2013 - 8:30am - 4:00pm
Continuing education course for dentists and allied dental personnel, presented by Charles Hoopingarner, DDS. While presenting a chronological journey of our understanding in the field of occlusion and oromasticatory function, the course will present a comparison and contrast of the various generally accepted occlusal philosophies. More attention will be given to emphasizing the concurrences and concepts, rather than in trying to endorse a particular technique. Useful techniques for tooth configuration in individual restorations, as well as anterior guidance, quadrant dentistry, single arch and full mouth reconstruction, will be demonstrated. FEE: $225 dentists or allied dental personnel. COURSE NUMBER: 2013360. Continental breakfast and lunch provided. Please arrive at 8:30 a.m. for check-in & breakfast.
Location: The Birdwell Classroom (Room 4330), UT School of Dentistry, 7500 Cambridge St., Houston, TX 77054
Contact: Office of Continuing Education