How to Use Stainless Steel Crowns in Paediatric Dentistry Dates: Time: Venue: CPD Credit: Format: Friday 7 September 9:00am - 5:00pm Royal Australasian College of Surgeons 250 - 290 Spring Street, East Melbourne 6 Hours Scientific CPD Lecture and Hands on Workshop Presenter: Dr Mala Desai Registration Limit: 15 Management of the pulpally involved or severely broken down primary tooth and adequate restoration poses considerable challenges for clinicians involved in the care of the child patient. The use of prefabricated crowns provides the optimal and most successful form of restoration from compromised teeth, whether resulting from caries and pulpal breakdown, or relating to developmental defects of tooth structure. Stainless steel crowns are an excellent restorative treatment option in the primary dentition as a means of maintaining the space for the permanent successor. The placement of stainless steel crowns in primary teeth minimises retreatment by providing restorations of high quality that will function until the natural exfoliation of the tooth. Stainless steel crowns may be indicated as an interim restorative treatment option in permanent molars where there has been significant breakdown of the crown and pulpal sensitivity e.g. hypoplastic first permanent molars. The procedure is more complex than for primary crowns but the results are again reliable and predictable. Case selection through appropriate diagnosis is essential to the long term success of the procedures. In this practical and informative program, participants will be exposed to a background on the types of stainless steel crowns as well as indications and clinical techniques for the placement of stainless steel crowns. Hands on experience in restorative techniques involving placement of stainless steel crowns on replica teeth will be a key component in the course. THIS LECTURE AND WORKSHOP IS PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY: LEARNING OBJECTIVES At the conclusion of this workshop participants should be familiar with: appropriate diagnosis correct placement of stainless steel crowns predictable restorative options Dr Mala Desai Paediatric Dentist, Melbourne Dr Mala Desai graduated with a Bachelor of dental science from the University of Melbourne in 1990. She spent several years’ sin private general practice in both Melbourne and abroad before completing her Graduate Diploma in Clinical Dentistry in 1997 from the University of Melbourne. Dr Desai has a busy private specialist practice restricted to paediatric dentistry. She is past executive secretary for the Australasian Academy of paediatric Dentistry and past president of the Australian and New Zealand Society for Paediatric Dentistry (Victorian Branch). Dr Desai is a consultant paediatric dentist at the Royal Children’s Hospital where she treats children with salivary drooling and other oromotor dysfunction. She is also a clinical demonstrator and lecture in paediatric dentistry and is involved in both undergraduate and post graduate training at Melbourne Dental School and the Royal Dental Hospital. 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