This course provides the participant with a programmed approach to predictably diagnose and treatment plan cases from the simplest to the most complex. Special emphasis will be placed on the four options of treatment (reshaping, repositioning, restoring and surgical correction), so that the correct option(s) are chosen for each patient. Additionally, each student will learn how to segment large treatment plans, so that patients with financial issues can receive optimum care over time. The focus of the programme is to integrate a comprehensive treatment planning process into your practice. Recommendations based on best practices are discussed to assist you with creating a space in your busy schedule for optimum treatment planning. Finally, a consultation process will be discussed in detail, ensuring each participant will enjoy a healthy case acceptance rate.
You will learn a programmed approach to diagnosis and treatment planning. Utilising the standardised records taught in Records and Examination, each dentist will learn how to visualise optimum dentistry from an aesthetic, functional, biological and structural perspective.
Day 1 and 2: 8.30am – 5:30pm
Day 3: 8.30am – 12:30pm
Instructor: Dr Ian Buckle, Teaching Assistant, Mentors
Tuition fees: £1995 + VAT
CPD credits: 20
Class size: 20
Development outcomes: A, C
Target audience: General Dentists, Specialists, Lab Technicians
Where to stay: View local accommodation
"Thank you for making my day easier and more exciting, and for making it possible for me to treat more complex dental problems."
“I just wanted to thank Ian and the whole team. The course is superb. It has changed the way I practice and is better for my patients. The way the course is run is very good. I am constantly recommending to any dentist I know. Looking forward to the next course.”
“Occlusion is an important topic not only for dentists but for dental technicians as well. As a technician, I think it is crucial to know what is happening in the TMJ not only in the case of multiple restorations but single crowns as well. When you understand occlusion, the whole picture of the patient’s mouth becomes a lot clearer. Occlusion is the key to another world. One must keep learning. .”