Georgia Prosthodontics Study Club
Georgia Prosthodontics Study Club
Our Study Club is open to every dentist willing to learn, discuss, share and debate the latest topics in dentistry. If you are interested in a particular topic, feel free to email us at email@example.com
Lastest from our Dental Case Studies
These dental case studies feature patients and their treatment in our practice at Georgia Prosthodontics. Learn more about how we solved their dental problems.
Anterior Fixed Partial Denture on a Patient with Cleft Lip and Palate
Denture Challenges in a Patient with Cleft Lip and Palate by Nicholas Miller, DMD, MS, FACP, Board Certified Prosthodontist | Georgia Prosthodontics CASE SUMMARY A 41 year old female patient presented to the clinic with a congenital unilateral left cleft lip and palate. She was unhappy with the appearance of her temporary prosthesis, which appeared [...]
Removable Partial Denture
A Simple Solution to a Complex Problem by Nicholas Miller, DMD, MS, FACP, Board Certified Prosthodontist | Georgia Prosthodontics Rebecca, a 29-year-old female, was unhappy with the way she looked and the way her mouth and teeth functioned. Ten years ago, Rebecca had teeth removed in the maxillary left region as the result of an [...]
Pterygoid Implant as Abutment of Partial Fixed Dental Prosthesis
Supporting Patients with Defective Dental Bridges Luis, a 52-year-old patient, came to us seeking replacement of a failing bridge #1-5. He had multiple previous dental restorations that had failed. Luis had become desperate to find a solution that would allow him to confidence to eat and speak properly as well as improve his comfort and [...]
Accessing screw access channels on a full arch fixed prosthesis utilizing digital dentistry
Full-arch Fixed Restoration in the Treatment in the Rehabilitation of the Edentulous Patient by Nicholas Miller, DMD, MS, FACP, Board Certified Prosthodontist | Georgia Prosthodontics Cynthia Aita-Holmes, DMD, FACP The implant-supported full-arch fixed restoration is frequently chosen by the prosthodontist as the treatment of choice in the rehabilitation of the edentulous patient. These types of [...]
Case of a Patient With Failing Restorations
Do You Have a Patient With Failing Restorations?CASE SUMMARY: The Single Anterior Implant Challenge by Carlos Castro, DDS, FACP, Board Certified Prosthodontist | Georgia Prosthodontics Patient “Mary” was referred to me by another dental professional in the area to improve the esthetics of an implant crown in the anterior segment. She was experiencing a recession [...]
Rehabilitation of a Patient with Bruxism and Clenching
Treating a patient who has bruxism and clenching and there is no restorative space by Carlos Castro, DDS, FACP, Board Certified Prosthodontist | Georgia Prosthodontics Joan was referred to us with a history of multiple fractures, bruxism, clenching, short clinical crowns, and a severe lack of restorative space. The patient’s aesthetics was compromised, and that [...]
Unhappy Patient with the Look or Fit of their Denture
CASE SUMMARY: Complete Dentures by Carlos Castro, DDS, FACP, Board Certified Prosthodontist | Georgia Prosthodontics Patient “Ellen” was 70 years old when she was referred to our office by her general dentist. She did not want to have dental implants, yet she expected a stable denture on the mandible. Her diagnosis included: • History of [...]
Treatment of Bilateral TMJ disorder
CASE SUMMARY: Treatment of Bilateral TMJ disorder Patient “Anne” was a 17-year-old girl, referred to our office by her father, a Maxillofacial surgeon, for evaluation and treatment of bilateral TMJ. She had symptoms of moderate pain and limited mandibular opening for about 1-year and was treated previously for the same condition by a team of [...]
Patient with an Unstable Removable Denture
CASE SUMMARY: Full Mouth Reconstruction by Carlos Castro, DDS, FACP, Board Certified Prosthodontist Patient “Jill” was referred to me due to her complex dental needs. She presented to our office looking for a fixed solution to replace her unstable complete removable denture. She complained of problems when biting, speaking, and eating, and it was affecting [...]
Study Club Events
Our previous Study Club Events
November 3rd, 2022
CONTROVERSIES IN IMPLANT AND ESTHETIC DENTISTRY
What we know | What we think we know | What we still don’t know
This is a unique opportunity to interact closely and ask questions to Dr. Tarnow.
Speaker: Dr. Dennis Tarnow
November 9th, 2021
Treatment Planning Seminar
A challenging case will be presented and treatment options and rationale will be discussed.
Panel: Dr. Castro, Dr. Brodine, and Dr. Miller
October 11th, 2021
Literature review. Immediate Implant Healing Basis
We will review two articles and discuss implications on therapy
Moderator: Dr. Carlos Castro
Article Reviewers: Dr. Brodine and Dr. Miller
June 11th, 2021
“Restorative Dilemmas in Implant Prosthodontics: From Fixed to Removable with a Focus Abutment Selection”
Has your patient ever presented with implants needing to be restored or complaints about their implants that were previously restored? During this 60-minute presentation, Dr. Brodine will discuss treatment solutions implant-based dental therapy focusing on some of the most common dilemmas faced when restoring dental implants.
May 3rd., 2021
“Surgical and Restorative Considerations with Anterior Immediate Implants.”
Speaker: Dr. Nicholas R. Miller DMS, MS, FACP.
Current Prosthodontic Challenges
Date: September 27th, 2019
- Dr. Carlos Castro, DDS, FACP: Immediate implants on a digital era: Minimizing bone loss.
- Dr. Dongjin Shin, DDM, MS: Complex case management: Taking back control and delivering outstanding outcomes.
- Dr. Norberto Delgado: Contemporary TMJ treatments: DO´s and DONT´s.
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Our prosthodontics specialty practice is built on the support of great colleagues referring complex cases. In fact, we have found that working with dental colleagues rather than competing allows us both to provide an even higher level of care for patients facing a difficult diagnosis. Here are some of that cases, please feel free to read or download them.