If you are looking to enhance the quality of your skills in restorative dentistry and increase your private earning capacity with high patient satisfaction; why don’t you check out our comprehensive 3 day restorative course?

A Three Day Masterclass in Restorative Dentistry

The conservation and restoration of extensively damaged teeth: A Contemporary approach

Many dentists find it hard to decide on the type of the restoration and materials which best serve the tooth condition, meet the expectation of patients and have a predictable outcome. The variety of newly developed dental materials and techniques can sometimes be overwhelming or even confusing for both dentists and dental technicians.

This course is designed to be a step-by-step guide for dentists with different levels of knowledge and experience who want to boost their skills in dealing with extensively damaged tooth structure.

Overview

This practical CPD course covers popular topics in restorative dentistry.

It’s held over three days ( Friday, Saturday, Sunday) and includes close-support, hands-on tuition in small groups.

The course aims to introduce step-by-step clinical procedures, materials and treatment planning concepts on the following topics:

Day one: 8:30 -18:30

Morning session:

  • Clinical consideration of endodontically treated teeth
  • Tooth isolation and moisture control (hands on)
  • Restoration of fractured teeth to the final form (hands on)
  • Adhesive onlay preparation (hands on)
  • Temporisation of onlay (hands on)
  • Bonding of the definitive restoration (illustration)

Afternoon session:

  • Contemporary ceramics, bonding techniques and biomimetic case selection and treatment planning (lecture)
  • Anterior indirect ceramic veneer preparation (hands on)
  • Impression techniques (hands on)
  • Temporization (Hands on)
  • Immediate and reinforced dentin sealing (illustration)
  • Ceramic veneer cementation restoration(illustration)

Day two: 8:30 -18:30

Morning session:

  • Case selection and treatment planning (lecture)
  • Anterior crown preparation
  • PFM (hands on)
  • Ceramic (hands on)
  • Impression techniques (hands on)
  • Temporisation (hands on)
  • Bonding definitive restoration (illustration)

Afternoon session:

  • Case selection (lecture)
  • Post-core preparation (hands on)
  • Indirect technique (hands on)
  • Temporisation techniques and materials (demonstration)
  • Cementation of definitive restorations (illustration)
  • Direct post and core (parapost, demonstration)

Day three: 8:30 -18:30

Morning session:

  • RPD case selection, TP , biomechanics  (lecture)
  • Surveying (hands on)
  • RPD design (hands on)
  • Tooth preparation (hands on)
  • Impression taking and lab instruction (illustration)
  • Try in and fit of the denture and trouble shooting (illustration)

Afternoon session:

  • Case selection and treatment planning (lecture)
  • Posterior crown preparation
  • PFM (hands on)
  • Ceramic (hands on)
  • Rectifying errors in crown preparation

Course tutor

Dr. Touraj Nejatian
AD, DDS, PhD (Restorative Dentistry), AFHEA

Who this course is for?

The course is aimed at dentists at any stage of their career.

You may be:

  • an established dentist wanting to update your knowledge and skills in new techniques
  • a newly qualified dentist wanting to increase your range of clinical experience

You must hold an approved dental qualification.

Cost: £1,000

Lunch and refreshment will be provided

CPD Certificate: 

The course will give you 24 hours of verifiable CPD. You will also receive a certificate of attendance.

Dr. Touraj Nejatian
Dr. Touraj Nejatian Dr. Touraj Nejatian AD, DDS, PhD (Restorative Dentistry), AFHEA
Dr Nejatian qualified as a dentist (DDS) in 2001 and completed his PhD (dental materials) in 2008. He has 15 years of academic teaching experience both nationally and internationally including at several lead UK dental universities (Sheffield, Newcastle and UCL).

He is a member of the UK Higher Education Academy and has taught and supervised students on multiple programmes including BDS, DDS, MClinDent and MSC in the Restorative Dental Practice Course at Eastman Dental Institute. He also led prosthodontics, technical skills and clinical training sessions at different dental institutes

He is an LDS and ORE dental manikin examiner at Royal College of Surgeons and Eastman Dental Institute. He has presented several scientific papers at national and international conferences, published several peer-reviewed journal articles and co-authored in three different dental materials and restorative dentistry textbooks including a popular textbook titled ‘Extra Coronal Restorations’ published in August 2018.