regional – minimally invasive cosmetic dentistry in general practice
Minimally invasive cosmetic dentistry in general practice
The perfect course for dentists who want to develop a successful career in private, cosmetic dentistry
This is a three hour presentation by Dr Ashish B Parmar (Ash) of The Academy By Ash (www.theacademybyash.co.uk)
. Ash will give a comprehensive and inspiring lecture on the A-Z of cosmetic dentistry, as practiced by him at his state-of-the-art private dental practice in Chigwell, Essex (www.smiledesignbyash.co.uk)
The following is a list of the content or material that Ash will cover:
- The Vision of the ideal, modern private dental practice
- Communication skills and techniques to show the patient what is possible for them in cosmetic dentistry (includes use of the 3Shape (Trios) digital scanner, photography, iPAD video use, mock ups with composite, wax ups & creation of a trial smile and cosmetic imaging)
- Use of a Smile Questionnaire to boost cosmetic dentistry in your practice
- The importance of a comprehensive dental assessment and treatment planning to reach accurate diagnoses, and then recommend the ideal treatment plan for the patient based on their needs or wants, and budget
- General clinical tips to improve your standard of dentistry
- Smile Analysis – what to look for when assessing a person’s smile
- Cosmetic contouring – minor reshaping of teeth edges to create the best smile
- Teeth whitening – a comparison of the ZOOM and Enlighten systems
- Orthodontics in general practice – case studies showing Invisalign and 6 Month Smiles
- Fibre/Composite dentistry – innovative treatment solutions using composite and fibres. Examples will be shown of how to replace a single missing tooth, extract a loose tooth and resplint it back in place, periodontal splinting, and creating a custom fibre post
- Composite veneers – step-by-step training on how to do them
- Single discoloured/broken anterior tooth – a philosophical debate on doing a composite veneer vs a porcelain veneer
- Porcelain veneer preparations using the “Galip Gurel” technique – this is the best technique to ensure minimal tooth preparation
- Smile Makeovers – offering life changing dentistry using porcelain restorations
- An insight in to implant dentistry, and full mouth wear cases
Aims & Objectives
The main objective of this Course is to give a dentist that wants to do more cosmetic dentistry a very good insight in to how to go about doing that. There are many courses available and sometimes it becomes confusing where to start, or which course to do.
The main aims Ash had in creating this presentation were:
- Explain to dentists in a simple and clear way the most fundamental skills and strategies required to become a successful cosmetic dentist
- Show a diverse range of clinical cases with a concept of doing things in the safest and best way for the patient using a minimally invasive approach. The goal is to create beautiful smiles suited to the individual, improving dental health and achieving long lasting results
- Simple treatments: Cosmetic contouring, teeth whitening and bonding
- Understanding the value of offering orthodontic treatment in general practice, e.g. Invisalign
- Opening up a whole new world of dentistry using fibres and composite – many dentists don’t use fibres in general practice
- A critical comparison of composite and porcelain – advantages and disadvantages of both materials
- Teach dentists how to do composite veneers in one visit
- Share tips on porcelain veneer preparation – i.e. which burs to use, the sequence of tooth preparation and which records are needed
- Show many life changing Smile Makeovers done at Smile Design By Ash
This CPD Course meets the following of the GDC’s development outcomes: A and C
As part of the GDC’s requirements related to CPD, it is advised that dentists do their due diligence in choosing CPD training courses that are relevant, and of a high quality. Ash has invested £1/4 million on his own CPD training over the last two decades, learning from the best dentists and dental business coaches in the world. His CV showing the courses and training he has undertaken can be downloaded as a PDF from his Academy website at www.theacademybyash.co.uk/about-ash
regional – the essential knowledge of occlusion
The essential knowledge of occlusion
Avoiding Occlusally Related Failure in Restorative Dentistry
Drawing on over 40 years of clinical experience the presentation will marry some basic occlusal theory and its application in the provision of restorations. The presentation is very clinically photographically driven and does not deal with theory such as the anatomy of the TMJ’s, articulator’s and facebows. The content of the lecture is to show clinical failures and explain why they have occurred in the provision of everyday dentistry.
- To give an understanding of the signs and symptoms of potential occlusally related problems during a clinical examination
- To outline the limitations of dental articulators
- With the use of clinical photographs, to broaden the understanding of the five basic theoretical and clinical principles of occlusion
- When to treat conformatively and when to re-organise the occlusion prior to treatment
- To show some of the clinical ramifications following a loss of occlusal harmony
- To outline how to prevent introducing changes to the occlusal scheme when providing definitive restorations
- To reinforce some of the basic occlusal principles involved during the provision of treatment – endodontics ,orthodontics as well as the provision of soft night plates
- The use of e.max overlays to avoid the provision of posts in root treated teeth as well as the provision of soft night plates
- To clarify any misconceptions
- Material choices to avoid restorative failures
- Some aspects of bridge design to avoid occlusally related failure
- To clarify any miconceptions
- 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
speaker – Tom Bereznicki
TOM BEREZNICKI BDS (Edin), MDTFEd
Tom graduated from Edinburgh in 1976, moved to London and worked at Guy’s and The Royal Dental Hospitals before entering general dental practice in 1978. In 1982, he opened his own private practice as a ‘squat’ in Queensgate before moving himself and his patients to join Dawood & Tanner in January 2011. His Special Interests lie in all aspects of Restorative Dentistry but in particular Occlusion and Emergence Profile.
In October 2013 Tom was appointed as an Honorary Clinical Teacher one day a week in the Department of Primary Dental Care (PDC) at King’s College Hospital, Denmark Hill, and started teaching in January 2014. In January 2017, he was appointed as a Regional speaker to The British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry on the subject of Occlusion. In March 2017 he was co-opted to The Advisory Board in Primary Dental Care at The Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh. In June 2017 he was appointed as Extra-curricular Education Co-ordination Officer in the King’s College London Dental Institute Students Society. In July 2017 he also joined the Steering Group of The Faculty of Dental Trainers at The Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh.
More recently, Tom has been appointed as a Member of the Clinical Board of Tooth Wise, a new-media/technology company delivering news and resource to those involved in dentistry. In the FMC Dental Industry Awards, the company won ‘The Best Use of Facebook’ Award 2016 and was The Finalist in ‘The App of The Year’ Award 2016.
In March 2018 he became a Member of The Faculty of Dental Trainers at The Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh (MDTFEd). In April 2018, he became Staff President of The Kings Students Dental Society.
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 here in the UK and in The States.
speaker – Ash Parmar
Ash is an internationally respected dentist with a special interest in cosmetic dentistry and dental implants, supported by a strong foundation in general dentistry.
Motivated and inspired to deliver the best possible smile makeovers and dental care, Ash works very closely with his patients to embark on the journey together. Ash instills trust and confidence helping his patients feels comfortable and in control of the outstanding results they are seeking, and which Ash delivers.
Ash is humble in his personal life and has a firm commitment to ongoing personal and spiritual development and charitable support, all with a structured work/life balance, which facilitates important time with his family.
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