Predictable Implant Dentistry

3 Oct 2019 – 4 Oct 2019
Oxfordshire
Surgical Open to all

Course Description

In association with the Dentinal Tubules Congress this workshop will give participants the knowledge combined with hands-on experiences to be able to utilise a digital workflow to place and restore implants.

Learning objectives:

  • To understand the digital workflow
  • To merge data to plan guides
  • To use iSy system with CEREC to allow guided surgery, placement, temporization and final restoration
  • Hands-on training in scanning, merging, designing and producing guides, customised healing abutments and final restorations

Course Date

Thursday 3rd October 2019

Venue

Heythrop Park, Oxfordshire

Dentinal Tubules Congress

This workshop is the hands on workshop on day 1 of the Dentinal Tubules Congress.

Your fee will cover not only the above workshop but also give you:

  • Both Thursday and Friday night at the congress hotel
  • Ticket for the Friday night party
  • Full access to the Friday Congress
  • Non members also receive year’s membership to Dentinal Tubules as well

Course Fee

Dentinal Tubules Members: £1,000

Non-members: £1200 (includes 1 year’s membership to Dentinal Tubules as well)

Booking / Further information

To book this workshop and view the full programme click here

This workshop can be booked for the Thursday by selecting Predictable Implant Dentistry: Guided Surgery & Digital Techniques

Meet the presenter

 Eimear O'Connell

Eimear O'Connell

Dr O’Connell received her dental degree from University of Edinburgh. She has run her own private dental practice in Edinburgh for over 20 years.

She has received her MFGDP and FFGDP from the Royal College of Surgeons London and her Diploma of Implant Dentistry from the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh. She is currently the committee member for Scotland on the Association of Dental Implantology board.

In 2014 Dr O’Connell won a UK business award from Software of Excellence as well as winning Best Overall Practice in Scotland. In 2015 her practice won Best Patient Care award.

She has been using Cerec technology since 2008, and believes the increased success of her practice has much to do with the implementation of digital dentistry within the practice.

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