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Module 2: Diagnosis & Treatment Planning [Self-Instruction- 1 CE – AGD Code #250]

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About Course

Dr. Schiffenhaus will introduce his methodology in treatment planning. He’ll introduce the concept of the “peripheral rim fracture.” You’ll learn how to analyze cusps and how to treatment plan challenging restorative cases. We have no commercial support to declare. No prior skill/level required. AGD Subject Code: 250.

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CE Objectives

  • Understand the compressive & tensile forces exerted on cusps during function
  • Understand the principles & causes of peripheral rim fractures
  • Learn how to decide when to keep or remove cusps
  • Learn how to treatment plan for Overlays

About the Speakers

Dr. Steve Schiffenhaus received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Molecular & Cellular Biology from Arizona State University where he conducted undergraduate and graduate research on biomarkers for a cancer vaccine. Dr. Schiffenhaus completed Dr. David and Davey Alleman’s Biomimetic Mastership program. Dr. Schiffenhaus completed Dr. David and Davey Alleman’s Biomimetic Mastership program. He is the creator of the Biomimetic Advanced Adhesive Restorative Dentistry (BAARD) institute. This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the standards of the Academy of General Dentistry Program Approval for Continuing Education (PACE) through the THE BAARD INSTITUTE. THE BAARD INSTITUTE LLC is approved for awarding FAGD/MAGD credit.


Teaching Method: Self-Paced/Video/Web Mediated Conflict of Interest Statement: Dr. Steve Schiffenhaus is the owner and creator of the BAARD institute.

Lesson Length: 60 min CE credit: 1 hour (self-instruction) Release Date: 1/19/21 Review Date: 1/19/21 Expiration/Availability Date: 1/19/24

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Course Content

Module 2: Diagnosis & Treatment Planning

  • Peripheral Rim Fractures
  • Cusp Analysis
  • Treatment Planning
  • How to get CE
  • Quiz Module 2

Student Ratings & Reviews

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9 months ago
good information
9 months ago
I like the onlay perspective and agreed with what I had already been thinking
10 months ago
Very useful information and insights into positive tubule pressure!
11 months ago
well organized
11 months ago
It felt very repetitive to me.
11 months ago
Solid science, great citations of articles building case for tx planning and prep design.
11 months ago
V interesting and helpful especially on treatment planning
12 months ago
amazing explanations all around.
1 year ago
Great content
1 year ago
The practical discussion of how to incorporate this into different practice types was very helpful. Very easy to follow guidelines as well
1 year ago
The way the material is explained helps me have the confidence to do this kind of dentistry. I love the humbleness of the instructor.