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Pour que l'esthétique et la fonction soient enfin réunies

Tous les patients sont-ils éligibles à un traitement esthétique ? Tous les patients présentant des usures sont-ils bruxomanes ? Peut-on faire de l’esthétique sans prendre en compte les problèmes fonctionnels ?

Objectifs de la formation :

- Acquérir une maîtrise de la vision globale de vos restaurations sur le plan esthétique et fonctionnel
- Analyser et comprendre ce que vous observez
- Maîtriser cette technologie adaptée à la fonction
- Poser un diagnostic fiable, compréhensible pour votre patient qui, de fait, adoptera en conscience le plan de traitement proposé


Formation de 4 x 2 jours avec 70% de TP et TD


SESSION 1 (09 – 10 septembre 2019) : Approche esthétique et clinique
SESSION 2 (13 – 14 janvier 2020) : Le diagnostic (CT-Scan, IRM, enregistrement de l'activité des muscles et des mouvements mandibulaires)
SESSION 3 (30 – 31 mars 2020) : Le traitement occlusal (choix du traitement, coronoplastie, orthèses)
SESSION 4 (29 – 30 juin 2020) : L’esthétique


9 Sep 2019 @ 08:00 am

30 Jun 2020 @ 05:30 pm

Duration: 295 days, 9 hours



9 Avenue Henri Malacrida

13100 Aix-en-Provence


Organised by

Académie Esthétique et Fonction

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