Functional Posterior Crown Lengthening Program

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When it comes to the restoration of posterior dentition in “non-aesthetic” locations (i.e. not normally visible), there are few treatment modalities of more utility and importance than correctly done functional posterior crown lengthening. The ability to adjust the tissue and bone anatomy prior to restoration can predictably result in a more stable and healthy final result. This course will provide both foundational knowledge and hands-on experience (both in the lab and with live patients) that will allow the attendee to perform simple, functional posterior crown lengthening procedures in their practices. (Note: this course does not teach aesthetic crown lengthening procedures more routinely in the aesthetic zone.)


Major Christopher Bryant Roy completed his undergraduate degree in Biology at the University of Manitoba before being accepted into the Doctor of Dental
Surgery program at the University of Western Ontario. It was here where he enrolled in the Canadian Armed Forces during his first year of dental school.  After serving as a general dentist throughout Ontario and Quebec in the military, he had the opportunity to be mentored by several periodontists. It was during these mentorship opportunities where he was persuaded to return to school and pursue a graduate degree in periodontics.  Last year, he completed his Master of Science in Periodontology at University of Alberta and was successful in becoming a board-certified periodontist, Fellow of the Royal College of Dentists of Canada, and Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology.  Presently, he is stationed at the military base in Edmonton and serves as the Western Regional Periodontist in 1 Dental Unit for the Royal Canadian Dental Corps. In addition, he is a part-time instructor in the Graduate Periodontology Program at the University of Alberta. His wife (Laura) and two children (Leo and Violet) enjoy the province of Alberta and hope to serve many years to come here in Edmonton.

October 28 & 29, 2023 | 8-4PM | Kaye Clinic Edmonton 11400 University Ave|