This comprehensive modular course is designed for all dentists who undertake restorative or aesthetic dentistry and wish to improve their knowledge and practical skills.
A deposit of £400 + VAT is required to reserve a place.
Due to COVID-19 we have introduced social distancing to ensure the wellbeing of delegates and staff on our courses. Click here for full details of the COVID-19 safety measures on our courses.
The next Residential course starts Sept 2021.
Even more popular is the Online Blended version which is available to start now.
Saturdays £7,085 + VAT
2020 Residential course is full, so why not try the Online Blended version which has the same content as the Residential course.
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The course is designed to introduce systems and techniques which will allow you to create a more predictable, enjoyable and profitable restorative and aesthetic practice.
This course is held at the Dominic Hassall Training Institute Learning Centre in Solihull, UK.
The 13-day course begins in October and finishes in July on Saturdays. The dates are below…
24th October, 7th & 28th November, 12th December
9th & 30th January, 6th February, 13th and 27th March, 24th April, 15th May, 12th June, 3rd July
Every course day will involve a high level of practical hands-on work.
Grants membership of BAARID and counts as credits towards BAARID Diploma
Course costs include lunch, supporting materials and tooth prep models but excludes study models.
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Thoroughly enjoyable and informative course.
Dominic is friendly, approachable and non-judgemental. The course has improved my confidence in my own dentistry and encouraged me to take on more challenging cases.
- Rules and tools in smile design – case presentation
- Medico legal aspects and consent
- Shade taking/laboratory communication
- Clinical photography
- Predictable tooth whitening
- Current concepts in diagnosis and treatment
- Systemic and topical antimicrobials
- Links with systemic diseases
- Patient motivation and co-diagnosis
- Restorative and aesthetic implications of the biologic width
- Practical occlusion in restorative/aesthetic dentistry
- Articulators in restorative and aesthetic dentistry
- Face bow recording / mounting models on the articulator
- Functional and aesthetic diagnostic wax ups
- Occlusal deprogrammers and splints
- Clinical aspects occlusal disorders
Complex Treatment Module
- Comprehensive risk based assessment and treatment planning
- Co-diagnosis, patient communication and conversion
- Multidisciplinary management of the failing dentition
- Treatment strategies tooth surface loss
- Dental implants in practice
- Predictable precision attachments for the GDP
- Removable prosthodontics
- Aesthetic and functional aspects of short term, comprehensive and lingual orthodontics
Anterior and Posterior Aesthetics Module
- Material selection
- Anterior composites, Bioclear Method L1
- Posterior composites, Bioclear Method L2
- Anterior and posterior veneers
- Inlays and onlays
- Conventional and all ceramic crowns and bridges
- Adhesive and fixed moveable bridges
- Successful impressions and soft tissue handling
- Avoiding failure in aesthetic and restorative dentistry
- Core techniques, post systems, cements and bonding
Aesthetic and Surgical Periodontics Module
- Surgical crown lengthening
- Aesthetic / regenerative periodontal surgery
- The ovate pontic concept / ridge preservation techniques
- Implant planning considerations
- Alternative treatment therapies to implants
- Periodontal factors in implant planning
- Bone quality/quantity
- CBCT applications
- Aesthetic assessment
- Occlusal considerations
- Cement and screw retained restorations
- Abutment and crown selection
- Implant assisted dentures
- Maintenance issues
- The Struamann Implant System
Tooth preparation exercises include:
- Porcelain laminate veneers
- All ceramic crowns and bridges
- Conventional/fixed-moveable bridges
- Adhesive bridges
- Composite/ceramic inlays and onlays
- Anterior and posterior composite restorations
- Veneer and crown preparation guides
There are numerous hands on practical sessions including:
- Smile design
- Surgical and cosmetic crown lengthening
- Face bow and articulator usage, mounting models
- Treatment planning exercises
- Veneer preparation guides
- Shade taking and laboratory communication
- Rubber dam application
- Occlusal deprogrammers and splints
- Anterior composite restorations (interproximal/disatema closure/black triangle treatment/peg shaped laterals)
- Posterior composite restorations (occlusal/interproximal/overlay)
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.