This lecture discusses the use of the Esthetic Risk Assessment as a helpful tool for private practice clinicians in evaluating risk prior to commencing treatment. The lecture shows how this assessment can prepare clinicians for the specific challenges of each case, and also help them to educate their patient about possible limitations. Moreover, the most critical risk factors that can lead to esthetic failure are discussed, and recommendations made for when these are present.
At the end of this Congress Lecture you should be able to…
utilize the Esthetic Risk Assessment to evaluate risks and educate patients
identify the most critical factors that can lead to esthetic failures
modify the treatment approach according to esthetic risk factors and level of clinical skills