Avoiding Occlusally Related Failure in Restorative Dentistry

Avoiding Occlusally Related Failure in Restorative Dentistry

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Avoiding Occlusally Related Failure in Restorative Dentistry

Many dentists will have encountered the failure of crowns and bridges due to occlusal problems.  This half day course is designed for general practitioners who want to  gain a better understanding of the areas in restorative dentistry where occlusal  aspects can optimize diagnosis and follow up care.

With his 40 years experience Dr Tom Bereznicki 's will combine  basic occlusal theory and its application in the provision of long term restorations. This course is clinically photographically driven and will show clinical failures as well as  explaining why they have occurred in the provision of everyday dentistry.

Aim:

  •  To understand the signs and symptoms of potential occlusally related problems during a clinical examination
  • To broaden understanding of the five basic theoretical and clinical principles of occlusion
  • To outline how to prevent introducing changes to the occlusal scheme when providing definitive restorations
  • Identify aspects of crown and bridge design to avoid occusally related failures

Learning outcomes:

  • To have a broader understanding of the fundamentals of occlusion, their importance in occlusal diagnosis and clinical management of a patient.
  • To have the knowledge to adopt a structured approach to the delivery of restorative treatment
  • To avoid occlusally related failures in the provision of restorative treatment

Avoiding Occlusally Related Failure in Restorative Dentistry

This course is ideal for General Practitioners who would like to develop their existing skills and knowledge.

Avoiding Occlusally Related Failure in Restorative Dentistry

Saturday June 23rd 2018    Registration 9am    9:15am - 1.15p

Saturday 27th October 2018  Registration 9am    9:15am - 1.15pm

Course Dates

27 October 2018

Avoiding Occlusally Related Failure in Restorative Dentistry

Dr Tom Bereznicki graduated from Edinburgh in 1976, he worked at Guy’s and The Royal Dental Hospital before entering general dental practice in 1978.

After 29 successful years in Private Practice he joined Dawood & Tanner. His  special interest are all aspects of restorative dentistry in particular Occlusion and Emergence Profile.

Tom is as an Honorary Clinical Teacher in the Department of Primary Dental Care at King’s, London. In January 2017 he was appointed as a Regional speaker to The BACD on the subject of Occlusion. He was co-opted to The Advisory Board in Primary Dental Care at The Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh. In June he was appointed as Extra-curricular Education Co-ordination Officer in the Kings College Dental Students Society. In July 2017 he joined the Steering Group of The Faculty of Dental Trainers at The Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh.

Originally he lectured on The Creation and Duplication of Emergence Profile but now primarily lectures on Restorative Aspects of Occlusion at postgraduate level. He also lectures at undergraduate level on a variety of topics in Restorative Dentistry as well as mentoring younger dentists in their careers. He has had articles published both in the UK and in The States.

A total of 4 Verifiable CPD hours are be credited to this course

Avoiding Occlusally Related Failure in Restorative Dentistry

Avoiding Occlusally Related Failure in Restorative Dentistry

£175.00

£75.00 (payable on booking)

Avoiding Occlusally Related Failure in Restorative Dentistry- Half Day Course           

Avoiding Occlusally Related Failure in Restorative Dentistry - Half Day Course Fee: £175 .00

Deposit of £75.00 payable on booking.

Remaining course fee payable thereafter

INCLUDED IN YOUR COURSE FEE

All course material and refreshments included.

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PAYMENT OPTIONS

A non-refundable deposit will secure your course place.

For the remainder of the course fee payment in full must be paid before the course day

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