Fort Washington, PA
Fort Washington, PA
Dr. Slauch has been published in several dental journals. In addition, he has achieved national recognition from the American College of Prosthodontists and the Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics for his research. He was one of six national finalists in the 2019 John J. Sharry Research Competition hosted by the American College of Prosthodontists. In addition, he was awarded 2020 and 2021 Philadelphia Magazine Top Dentist in the field of Prosthodontics. Incisal Edge Magazine recently named him one of 40 rising dental specialists under 40 years of age in the United States.
Dr. Slauch lectures nationally for multiple dental organizations and is excited to be a part of the DC Clinical team. He is also adjunct faculty at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine where he teaches residents in the Graduate Prosthodontics program. Dr. Slauch is an active member of the American College of Prosthodontists, Pennsylvania Dental Association and vice-president of the Pennsylvania Prosthodontics Association. Outside the practice, you can find Dr. Slauch on the golf course, catching a sports game, cooking and exploring the Philadelphia restaurant scene.
|Date||Category||Faculty Member||Webinar Title|
|05.12.21||Cosmetic Dentistry||Robert Slauch||Clinical Considerations and Troubleshooting Techniques For Anterior and Posterior Crowns|
Clinical Considerations and Troubleshooting Techniques For Anterior and Posterior Crowns
Anterior and posterior crowns are predictable restorations when there is adequate prep height for resistance and retention. However, there are times axial wall height may be limited for a variety of different reasons and “out of the box” thinking about prep design may be necessary. How can we improve the resistance and retention of crowns by modifying the tooth? Can we improve our restorative prognosis by selecting the appropriate biomaterial and cement for the case? Do we always need to replace an existing foundation restoration if it’s present? This presentation will dive into these concepts and provide clinical recommendations you can use in your practice to improve outcomes in your natural tooth crown and bridge cases.
-Learn tips and tricks to increase retention and resistance to crowns with limited resistance and remaining tooth structure