This course will improve your skills and knowledge, but more importantly, give you the CONFIDENCE to take your dentistry to the next level.
The course is:
- Largely practical with very little time spent lecturing and more time spent in the phantom-head room refining your skills and gaining as much practical experience as possible under supervision.
- Based on the Tell-Show-Do approach to learning
The course fee includes
- All presentations are given to all delegates for each course day
- Practical manuals are given to each delegate for each day for use in practice afterwards
- Full product and materials back up with product re-order catalogues for all materials and burrs used.
- Initial burr kits supplied at the start of the course for all practical work, which are referenced throughout the course
Phantom head jaws included in course fee to take away at the end of the course to use as patient demonstration models
10th January 2020 – Day 1 Occlusion Principles of Occlusion, Jaw manipulations, Facebows, Articulators, Assessing vertical dimension and re-organising occlusion.
11th January 2020 – Day 2 Occlusion Mounting casts, TMJ anatomy, pathology and tooth wear. Use of occlusal splints
21st February 2020 – Day 3 Direct Bonded Restorations Assessment of colour and colour science. Direct bonding systems. Anterior direct aesthetic composite techniques.
22nd February 2020 – Day 4 Direct Bonded Restorations Posterior direct composites and bonded amalgams. How to carve and finish posterior restorations to give stunning occlusal anatomy.
6th March 2020 – Day 5 Crown Preps and Impressions Principles of crown preps. Anterior preps for different crowns. Impression taking for crown and bridgework.
7th March 2020 – Day 6 Crown Preps& labs Posterior crown preps and indirect adhesive restoration preps. Crown cementation and cements. Lab materials and communication.
3rd April 2o20 – Day 7 Smile Design and Veneers Principles of smile design. Preps for different situations to achieve predictable aesthetic results. Diagnostic work, planning & provisionalisation.
4th April 2020 – Day 8 Smile Design and Veneers Practical including preparations, impressions, provisionals and cementation. Photography.
1st May 2020 – Day 9 Bridges Principles of bridge design. Practical to prepare bridges for different situations for different materials.
2nd May 2020- Day 10 Dentures How to improve full denture predictability.Clinical and Lab techniques. Partial denture options that are available.
5th June 2020 – Day 11 Dental Implants On overview of Dental Implants. How to restore simple cases. Treatment options, costs and maintenance of implants in general practice.
6th June 2020 – Day 12 Post/Restoration RF teeth + top 10 tips for everyday practice. Restoration of endodontically treated teeth. Different techniques for anterior and posterior situations. What it says on the tin! Top 10 tips and hints to make life easier, more efficient and give better results. Course summary.
Personally, I feel that restorative dentistry is a practical based subject and as long as techniques are evidence based, and driven by research, there is little to be learned by reviewing academic papers, or me showing lots of slides It is better for delegates to carry out techniques on the phantom heads themselves.
The course days are relaxed and good humoured, again, my feeling is that people learn best in a relaxed, fun and friendly environment. No-one is singled out and made to feel uncomfortable.
There is no formal academic reading requirement for each course module. Literature references and useful papers will be given in advance if required.
At the beginning of the course, you will be supplied with a bur kit for all the practical sessions. These are referenced in the practical days in a step-by-step fashion. You will also be given a set of jaws for the phantom head units, which you will use throughout the course.
£3,960.00 inc VAT – £360 initial registration followed by 6 monthly payments of £600 – to be arranged after course registration.
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