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Immediate Loading with TeethXpress® – Live Surgical & Restorative Demonstration with Paul Swanson
30 September 8:30AM – 1 October 5:00PM 2021
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Date: 30 September 8:30AM – 1 October 5:00PM 2021
Europe's longest running TeethXpress course!
Recommended for both the dentist and the technician, this course helps both professions develop their knowledge and understanding of the full-arch, immediate-load protocol and the teamwork required to predictably provide this treatment modality.
During the 2 days, participants will focus on the 3 key elements needed for success: clinical, marketing and laboratory. The clinical portion of the course includes: live surgery, the TeethXpress method of immediate fixed conversion, best practices for teamwork between the dentist, restorative dentist and lab, as well as, implant placement and minimising chair time for optimal patient care. The marketing portion will cover how to market and increase case acceptance with patients; including the role of the auxiliary team throughout the patient journey. The laboratory portion of the course will describe the role of the laboratory technician in the TeethXpress protocol with special focus on the immediate denture.
Dedicated Immediate Loading Training Modules for Dental Nurses and Dental Technician.
Ticket Prices (including VAT)
Dental Technician £595
Dental Nurse £95
Aims & Objectives
This course is intended to create an understanding of planning, delivery and long term maintenance of the full-arch, immediate-load protocol
At the end of the course the delegate will:
Have knowledge on clinical and radiographic assessment of a potential immediate loading case
Be able to choose appropriate implants for such a case and other necessary component
Understand how to obtain informed consent for such a case
Have observed the surgical phase in terms of flap design osteoplasty implant placement abutment selection impression taking and prosthesis 'delivery'
Be aware of the immediate aftercare required and to be able to put together a maintenance package for the patient
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