Treatment Planning is the foundation on which our practices are built. No matter what you learn in dentistry, implementing it back in practice hinges on being able to diagnose and treatment plan to include those new clinical skills. Reducing frustration over the sometimes unpredictable nature of dentistry is possible the more time you spend getting better at evaluating risks and helping patients understand the risks for any given treatment plan. Lastly, treatment planning can be a fun and engaging process that always leads to expanding your clinical and behavioral knowledge.
Take The Challenge!
Review the diagnostic records on this page, then click to join the conversation in the Treatment Planning Challenge Forum. Post questions about patient desires, conversations or diagnostic information. Post initial ideas about treatment planning direction, and case challenges.
Watch the treatment planning video once it is posted and head back to the discussion on the Treatment Planning Challenge Forum to add your thoughts on the treatment plan and treatment sequence and to see what other members are asking and thinking.
Find out how the patient decided to proceed and check out progress and final photos and diagnostic records posted.