The Complete GDP Module 3
United Kingdom

The Complete GDP Module 3

£1,914

CPD - 14 Hours

Next Course - 29 Nov 2024 - 30 Nov 2024

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Course Overview

What Is The Format Of The Course?

Course Outline

In this final module, we will explore a structured approach to contouring and polishing restorations. Deliver composite and provisional restorations that are both aesthetic AND functional.

Understand the crucial role that the Laboratory play in predictable restorations and how to communicate effectively, allowing optimum and long lasting results.

We will investigate the different approaches to restoration techniques and preparation approaches, including direct vs indirect restorations, minimal and no-prep restorations and adhesive vs traditional preparation approaches and much more.

Interactive Webinar with Q&A 

The interactive webinar will discuss macro and micro-aesthetic principles and basic restorative theory to support the hands-on program. 

During the two-day hands-on program, we will discuss:
  • The importance of design-driven restoration
  • Minimal and no-prep restoration
  • Direct vs indirect restorations and how to make matrices from the diagnostic wax-up
  • The “Every Other Tooth” wax-up to deliver individual restorations quickly and efficiently
  • Adhesive system - which and why?  vs traditional preparation
  • Freehand, guided and fully-moulded composite techniques
  • Chairside printable and milled restorations
  • A step-by-step approach to contouring and polishing restorations

Course Benefits

Upcoming Course Dates

Full Course Dates

This is a modular course that spans over multiple dates which must be booked as a whole.

29 Nov 2024 - 30 Nov 2024
Wirral
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Individual Module Dates

Meet the Lecturers

Ian Buckle

Ian Buckle

Dr Ian Buckle graduated from Liverpool University in 1985 and stayed close by in Thornton Hough on Wirral, where he continues to practice at Buckle Advanced Dental Care.

Ian has committed to spending a third of his professional hours supporting and educating fellow professionals. 

In pursuit of this, he designs and teaches practical courses for dentistry’s core curriculum and is a regular study club and seminar host. He is also a sought-after international speaker on aesthetic and functional dentistry. 

Ian is an active member of the Association of Dental Implantology, the British Dental Association, and both the British and American Academies of Dental Implantology