SATURDAY 10TH FEBRUARY 2018
DR. IAN BUCKLE
UK CLINICAL DIRECTOR DAWSON ACADEMY
Traditionally full-mouth rehabilitation has involved invasive treatment protocols often utilising full coverage crowns.
This can be destructive of tooth substance, expensive for the patient and when it fails it can be with disastrous consequences.
In modern dentistry, both Dental Surgeons and patients alike seek to conserve tooth structure and provide cost-effective solutions whilst maximising aesthetics and allowing treatment to be scheduled over an extended time period.
The course will cover:
- What is Minimally Invasive (M.I.) dentistry?
- Why reparability may be more important than longevity.
- M.I. dentistry and the concept of Complete Dentistry.
- When M.I. dentistry is appropriate and when it is not.
- Classification and aetiology of tooth wear.
- Diagnosis and treatment planning.
- The Dahl Principle – where, when and how.
- The diagnostic wax-up for M.I. dentistry.
- Material selection.
- Preparation design.
- Different techniques for different situations.
- Risk management.
- The keys to long-term success.
VENUE: THE DENTAL EDUCATION CENTRE @ THE HOUSTON GROUP OF DENTAL PRACTICES, 137 MILTON ROAD, WESTON-SUPER-MARE, NORTH SOMERSET, BS23 2YG.
COURSE FEE: £199.00
9.30a.m. – 1.00p.m. & 1.30p.m. – 5.00p.m.
(6 HOURS OF VERIFIABLE C.P.D.)