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Case Study 2: Exploring treatment alternatives for the unsatisfactory removable partial denture

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We are pleased to present to you the second JCDA Oasis Case Conference, a new treatment challenge, in collaboration with Dr. Bill Abbott of the International Team for Implantology (ITI).

Please view the short video (< 3 minutes) and anonymously submit your treatment suggestions, comments/feedback, and clinical questions online before March 16th, 2013. After March 16, Dr. Abbott and a specialist colleague will present a video SOLUTIONin which they answer the main questions raised by you and other colleagues and they tell us how the case was actually treated.  At that time, you will also be able to see the summary input of your colleagues.

As we hope you will enjoy this exercise, we would like to assure you that your responses and feedback are held in strict confidence by us. Answers to this treatment planning challenge are treated anonymously and are moderated by Dr.  John O’Keefe, Director of Knowledge Networks at CDA.

Step 1

 

 

Please take few minutes to watch the video case below.

Step 2

 

 

Please answer the following four (4) questions: (Your responses will be anonymous)

Question 1: What further information would you require to devise a treatment plan for this case?

Question 2: What range of options would you present to this patient?

Question 3: What further questions would you have for a specialist?

Question 4: Any additional comments/questions/feedback you would like to share with us?

Note

Answers to this treatment planning challenge are treated anonymously and are moderated by Dr. John O’Keefe, Director of Knowledge Networks at CDA.

Please be assured that you will not be judged on your answers. The goal is to develop creative engaging ways to seek and disseminate clinical information.

Next Steps

 

 

After March 16, Dr. Abbott and a specialist colleague will present a video SOLUTION in which they answer the main questions raised by you and other colleagues and they tell us how the case was actually treated. At that time, you will also be able to see the summary input of your colleagues. 

 

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