Before you start, use the Carousel (top) and Magscope (above) to look around the mouth and examine the teeth. (Click the help button for Magscope instructions.)

Get a feel for what is going on, and what the main problems might be.

Then go through the programme using the blue buttons, and see if you have thought about the same things as we have...



 




 




 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



   







Educational aims of this juce

 This Virtual Patient features a 55 year old man with a missing incisor, and a variety of wear and occlusal problems.
   You will examine the patient's mouth and radiographs in tooth-by-tooth detail.
 You will consider the causes of post-crown failure, and decide how to manage this complex case.
 Excellent practice for professional examinations involving real "unseen" patients!

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