Occlusion Seminar with Graham Browning: Friday 20th April 2018: Dorchester


South Coast Dental, Avenue House,South Walks Road, Dorchester DT1 1DT


Course Fee: £25 including lunch
Book early— limited to 20 places.


Friday 20th April 2018

Times: Registration 12:30



Graham Browning BDS(Lond) LDS FDS RCS(Eng) MSC(Lond) MRD(Eng) developed an interest in implant placement and complex restorative treatment whilst at Guys Hospital where he studied for a two year Masters degree in Conservation. He has had a referral practice for implants, crown and bridgework since 1996. Graham is also a Member in Restorative Dentistry and was admitted onto the Specialist list in Prosthodontics in 2000.

Naveed Soomro qualified in 2001 and has worked in general practice and hospitals. He completed a part time Aesthetic restorative course in Manchester (2008 )and Implant course at the Eastman Dental Institute (2011.) Obtaining his MFDS with the RCS Glasgow in 2013; he then joined King’s College London to begin a four year specialist training programme in Fixed and Removable Prosthodontics. He was subsequently awarded the M Clin Dent in Prosthodontics and M Pros (Membership in Prosthodontics), the highest formal qualification available for the Prosthodontics speciality, by the RCS of Edinburgh.

Aims and Objectives:

To show candidates how to integrate knowledge learnt from the course into everyday practice when assessing and treating patients

The course will show that the anterior and posterior determinants or occlusion can be blended with aesthetic considerations to result in a harmonious outcome. Exposing delegates to the appropriate restorative sequencing and receive details guidance for restorative treatment planning and procedures

How and when to utilise mounted models in your occlusal treatment planning process, including what facebows, how to use them; why you should use one and different methods of predictably and making the bite records used to mount the models

To determine if occlusal equilibration is necessary and how to perform one predictably and efficiently, including how to discuss the procedure with patients. How to perform bite records in restorative patients for simple posterior restorations to full arches and full mouths, simply and predictably. GDC development outcomes: A, C

Email or telephone queries: weylucie@btinternet.com or 07796666573

Deadline for booking: 12 April 2018

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