Hands on course in Contemporary Aesthetic and Operative Dentistry RESIDENTIAL

This course is designed for all dentists who undertake tooth preparation and operative dentistry. There is an emphasis on tooth preparation and practical exercises.

The course is designed to improve your tooth preparation skills and selection of materials and techniques, thereby increasing your predictability and profitability with both direct and indirect restorations.

Course Duration: 7 days spread over the year, plus optional online conversion

CPD Hours: 49

Venue:
Dominic Hassall Training Institute

Lecturer:
Dominic Hassall

Course Booking

A deposit of £400 + VAT is required to reserve a place.

The remainder can be paid in 7 easy-to-manage monthly payments.
£3,116.00 + VAT

Currently no places available

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This course is held at the Dominic Hassall Training Institute Learning Centre in Solihull, UK.

The 7-day course begins in September and finishes in April and all dates are Mondays.
The dates are on the website below.

Every course day will involve a high level of practical hands-on work.

Course costs include lunch, supporting materials but excludes tooth prep models.

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Course Breakdown

Course Dates
2018
15 October, 12 November,10 December

2019
28 January, 11 February, 11 March, 20 May

Bioclear
After completion of the course delegates will have the opportunity to be Level I and Level II Bioclear practitioners and be included in the Bioclear International database.

In an ideal world, all dental graduates should have the possibility and privilege to attend these kind of lectures.

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Complete Course Overview
  • Principles of successful tooth preparation
  • Anterior composites (interproximal/diastema closure/black triangle treatment/peg shaped laterals) Bioclear L1
  • Posterior composites (occlusal/interproximal) Bioclear L2
  • Minimal intervention restorations
  • All ceramic crowns and bridges
  • Anterior and Posterior veneers
  • Inlays and onlays
  • Gold and metal ceramic crown and bridges
  • Fixed moveable and adhesive bridges
  • Impression taking
  • Soft tissue handling and impression taking
  • Surgical crown lengthening and electrosurgery
  • Provisional restorations
  • Dentine bonding
  • Cementation choice and techniques
  • Shade taking and laboratory communication
  • Core and post techniques and materials
  • Material selection and minimising failure

Tooth Preparation exercises include:

  • Minimal intervention restorations
  • Anterior and Posterior veneers
  • Anterior composites (Interproximal/diastema closure/black triangle treatment/peg shaped laterals)
  • Posterior composites (Occlusal/interproximal/overlay)
  • Ceramic inlays and onlays
  • All ceramic crowns and bridges
  • Gold/metal ceramic crowns and bridges
  • Fixed moveable and adhesive bridges

Practical exercises include:

  • Smile design
  • Shade taking and laboratory communication
  • Surgical crown lengthening and electrosurgery