The Aesthetic/General Dentistry Program is designed for dentists who wish to remain at the cutting edge of contemporary dentistry, and to be able to meet and deliver with confidence, the restorative needs of patients with high aesthetic expectations. Emphasis is placed in acquiring knowledge, understanding, and skills in the areas of aesthetic restorations, contemporary biomaterials, clinical procedures and techniques.In our program, students receive a comprehensive education that emphasizes the importance of didactic coursework, pre-clinical training, clinical experience, and practice management that prepares them to enter the work force as confident, proficient clinicians.
Upon completion of this course:
You will be able to practice all aspects of smile design, from non-invasive to full coverage techniques involving a range of aesthetic materials.
You will be able to perform all restorative procedures applicable to aesthetic dentistry emphasising on functional stability, predictability and longevity of the aesthetic outcome.
You will be able to successfully execute comprehensive diagnosis, treatment planning, prevention, occlusion and minimal intervention techniques.
You will be able to work on patients individually and efficiently.
You will be able to perform ethical marketing by acquiring the correct knowledge on the laws abiding dental marketing, build strong patient relationships and create value and satisfaction for patients.
You will be able to make wiser Investments, manage expenses and tackle Taxations
COMPREHENSIVE AESTHETICS REDEFINED:
1. Basics Refreshed
2. Porcelain Laminates
Try-In and Final Luting
Demo on Live Patient
3. Crown prep on live patients and participants restoring on live patients
Access opening to Obturation with live Demo on patient
4. Crown prep on live patients and participants restoring on live patients
5. Participants restoring on live patients (with composites)
6. Indirect Tooth Colour Restorations
Inlays and Onlays
Laminates / Veneers
7. Occlusion, FMR, TMD
Full Mouth Rehabilitation
Function, para function, dysfunction and occlusal calibration of the patient
Face bow concept and techniques
Semi adjustable articulators – practical use and adjustments
Provisional restorative phase – Its importance and adjustments for predictable final results
Maintenance and patient recall for Full Mouth Rehabilitation cases
Occlusion, TMD causes & basic Management
Perspectives on occlusion and everyday dentistry
8. Functional Smile Design
9. Practice Management
Correct Diagnosis and Effective Treatment
Understanding Patients and Getting Patient Adherence for your Treatment Plans
How to Attract and Retain Patients
Practical Sessions are with hands on on extracted teeth, typhodonts and Live patients
Certification: Participants will receive an impressive certificate from Encode at the end of the course.