Guided Implant Surgery: Principles, Techniques & Hands On Training with the all new Dentiq Planning Software

26 Jul 2019
Ilkley
Surgical Open to all

Course Description

Learn how to use Dentiq software for guided implant surgery. Experienced course lecturers Adam, Chris & Patrik from the DDA group have a cunning habit of spotting the “Next Big Thing” in digital dentistry before anyone else. Guided Surgery is no different. They have been using advocating SMoP and BlueSkyBio for the past few years and both these system are fantastic and have their own advantages.

360 visualise are going to start promoting the Dentiq system and using it to design and produce guides at their scanning centre in Ilkley. Click here to watch this quick 4 minute video which shows quite how easy the system is to use. With free software and exports for just £20. This course will be taking you through the step by step provcess you will need to undertake when printing a guide for dental implants with this system.

Course Venue

360 Visualise
IDC.
Valley Drive.
Ilkley.
LS29 8PB

Course Fee

£500 – Cost of course includes a Dentiq software dongle with 10 Export Credits (Usually $500)

CPD

8 hours verifiable CPD

To Book

For further information or to book please visit the course website here

Meet the presenter

COURSE LECTURERS

Adam Nulty. BChD MJDF RCS Eng PGCert MSc (Dist) MAcadMed Adam is a highly experienced clinician with a special interest in Restorative & Aesthetic Dentistry and Implantology. In 2013 he completed a Master of Science degree in Aesthetic and Restorative dentistry from the University Of Manchester, achieving a Distinction and is currently researching guided implantology in a PhD at Leeds University Adam lectures and Mentors on the Restorative and Aesthetics MSc for Manchester Uni, the BAIRD Implant Course and is Course Director and Lecturer for the SMOP Guided Implant System with Osstem UK. Shortlisted, Finalist and Winner of several industry awards, from Best Young Dentist 2013,2014 & 2015 to Best Dental Team and Best Oral Health Promoter 2014 &2015 and in 2015 he won two categories in the Aesthetic Dental Awards for Removable Orthodontic Appliance and for a Patient Choice Facial Aesthetics Case. Respected lecturer and mentor in the Field of 3D radiology, implant planning and template-guided implant placement.

Chris Lefkaditis is the principal of a private practice in Norwich. He qualified as a BSC Dental scientist in 1989. He later joined the dental school and graduated as a dental surgeon with honours in 1995 from the University of Pretoria. In 1999 he was awarded a Postgraduate higher Diploma in Dentistry (oral and maxillofacial surgery), which he again graduated with honours. He has extensive experience in implant dentistry and his special interests include Cosmetic and Implant Dentistry and has been placing implants since 1999. His vast experience in digital dentistry includes Cadcam dentistry and computer-guided implantology. Having furthered his education in advanced implant dentistry and functional occlusion, he has taken on the role of mentoring dentists with an interest in implant dentistry. He is approved as a mentor by both the Association of Dental Implantology UK and the ITI.

Patrik Zachrisson. Dental surgeon (Karolinska Institute Sweden 1996), CertDentImp, FICOI Patrik is a partner of The Wensleydale Dental Practice (Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire) and the Wensleydale Dental laboratory. He provides general dental care for a broad patient base, focusing mainly on digital dentistry, Invisalign (platinum provider), implantology, restorative and preventive dentistry. He does all crown and bridge work using Cerec Omnicam, mostly made on site in his own laboratory. He gained the Certificate in Dental Implantology from training with Dr Eddie Scher. Patrik is a Member of the British Dental Association, the ITI, the BACD and Fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists (FICOI) and is Treasurer for the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Local Dental Committee. He is currently working with Nimrodental on new orthodontic materials and ways of creating minimal retainers with digital scans.

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