Our last study club before lockdown was on bonded composite and ceramic restorations and the course info tab given gives an example of what was discussed. Deciding on the best use of composite resins, fibre posts and ceramic restorations and the bonding procedures employed can be challenging. This study evening aimed to provide a straightforward step-by-step protocol for the restoration of broken down teeth by modern tooth coloured materials in clinical practice.
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This study evening aims to teach the fundamentals dentine bonding, use of composite resins, fibre posts and e.max restorations in the restoration of broken down teeth.
The topics covered include:
The diagnosis of the broken down tooth – what is and is not restorable?
The ideal restorative material in any given situation, paying special attention to occlusion and loading on the tooth
Predictable isolation and dentine bonding for composite, endodontic post, e.max and zirconia
Preparation and impressioning techniques
Adjustment and finishing
6.00pm for 6:30pm – Arrival and snacks
6:30-8.00pm – Lecture
8.00-8:30pm – Questions and answers – open discussion
8:30pm till later – local dinner for those who would like to attend
2 hours of lecture and discussion in the form of a study evening qualifiying for 2 hours of CPD – certificates will be presented
Delegates need not bring anything to the evening apart from a hunger to learn and to meet old and new colleagues.
Type of CPD (A,B,C or D) based on GDP Enhanced CPD development outcome requirements
Development outcomes in bold
Effective communication with patients, the dental team and others across dentistry, including when obtaining consent, dealing with complaints, and raising concerns when patients are at risk.
Effective management of self and effective management of others or effective work with others in the dental team, in the interests of patients, providing constructive leadership where appropriate.
Maintenance and development of knowledge and skill within your field(s) of practice.
Maintenance of skills, behaviours and attitudes which maintain patient confidence in you and the dental profession and put patients’ interests first.
It was so good to be able to discuss details of techniques with colleagues that normally get glossed over in lectures. Step by step presentation was very helpful.
All delegates are encouraged to bring their nurses.
The course is restricted to 20 dental surgeons.
Non-alcoholic and alcoholic drinks and snacks will be served. Your dietary requirements can be indicated on the registration form.
Dr Koray Feran