The plans where useless, but the planning was indispensable. Dwight Eisenhower, WW2
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Patient Name: Gender: Date of Birth: Age: Marital Status: Race: Date of Initial Examination: Occupation: Personality Type: Treatment Planning Case Presentation. Introduction and Background.
Introduction-Background Chief Dental Complaint: Reason for Initial Visit: Oral Image and Expectation:
Medical History ASA: Medications: Allergies: Smoker: Systemic Diseases:
Dental History Previous Dental Treatment History: What does the patient desire?
Diagnostic Findings Head and Neck Nodes: TMJ/Mandibular: Range of Motion: Functional: Joint sounds: Tenderness to musculature palpation: Myofacial pain: Headaches:
Summary of Concerns Interesting issues related to this case that warrant discussion prior to treatment? Wear Expectation Are there phasing issues? Depending on treatment plan chosen, see treatment outline below. Are there conflicts between what is best and what the patient wants or will tolerate? Possible cost, depending on treatment plan chosen
Diagnosis and Prognosis AAP Type: AAP Hopeless: #’s Guarded: #’s See risk factors. Good: The rest, assuming homecare improvement, and patient pursues prescribed treatment.
Comprehensive Care Caries EndodonticsPeriodontics Restorative Dentistry Predictability Function and Esthetics.
Treatment Plan Break out time - 30 min Group A Ideal, costs are not a factor Group B Ideal, costs are a factor Group C The best you can do, costs and time are major factors. Outline Goals/Objectives of Treatment