On-target. Challenging. Interactive. Spear seminars provide solid, fundamental concepts, systematic treatment planning and proven steps for achieving predictable clinical results in your practice.
Airway Prosthodontics is the study of aberrant breathing — when awake and asleep — and its impact on the development and health of the stomatognathic system. This specialty moves beyond sleep appliances and their impact on the airway during sleep.
The patient with terminal dentition or with an edentulous state unquestionably faces a disfiguring condition. Over the past decades, osseointegrated implants have provided extraordinary solutions, either supporting or retaining prosthetic devices aimed to restore both form and function.
Whether it's a single-tooth implant or a full implant-supported reconstruction, explore the essentials of treatment planning, placement and restoration of dental implants in both simple and complex implant reconstructions.
Through the use of treatment-planning decision trees, gain confidence and skill in knowing which treatment options are available for a number of common but complex dental problems.
Gain confidence and understanding in diagnosing, treatment planning and presenting esthetic dentistry to your patients, enhancing the quality and quantity of the esthetic care you provide in your practice.
Gain confidence and remove the confusion and fear surrounding occlusion in your practice, allowing you to treat patients more predictably and with less anxiety from a single second molar crown, to full arch restorations, or even patients with symptoms of facial pain.
Through the systematic study of etiologies and theories on tooth wear, acquire a solid foundation in what to look for, how to plan and how to predictably treat worn dentition.