June 23rd 24th 2023

Six Lessons Approach with Dr David and Davey Alleman

This is a packed two-day course which is a mixture of hands-on and seminar format. Doctors will learn the teachings of giants of the biomimetic field such as the Allemans, Magne, Belser, Delipieri and Dietschi.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

How to differentiate yourself and your practice based on pain free, long lasting bonded restorations

How to differentiate yourself and your practice based on pain free, long lasting bonded restorations

How to bond to unretentive teeth by increasing bond strength 400%

How to avoid root canals by not rendering the tooth non vital with caries and crack removal endpoints

How to prepare teeth conservatively for onlays?

Use Ribbond to increase bond strength and mitigate stress

How to perform Immediate Dentine Sealing and prevent post-operative sensitivity

How to offer an alternative to crown lengthening with Deep Margin Elevation?

How to treat endodontically treated teeth without posts but with fibre

Checklists for diagnosing if a tooth with cracks needs a direct, semi-direct or indirect onlay

Checklists for occlusal equilibration to prevent fracture

* 6 Lessons Approach with Dr David Alleman, London June 23rd - 24th 2023.
2 Days. 18 Hours CPD - £1,995 Cant pay all at once - Want to divide the payments? - ask me how sami@getbondedstaybonded.co.uk

Day 1

08h30 Registration                                                                                08h45 Introduction and Welcome                                                     09h00 Caries Removal (on natural teeth).                                    10h30 Morning Break and Refreshments
11h00 Crack Removal (on natural teeth)
12h30 Seated Lunch
13h30 Immediate Dentine Sealing
15h00 Afternoon Break and Refreshments
15h30Deep Margin Elevation
17h00 Summary with Questions and Answers 

Day 2

08h30 Morning Coffee
09h00 C-Factor and Layering Techniques and Hands On 
10h30 Morning Break and Refreshments
11h00 Onlay preparation and Bonding to enamel
12h30 Seated Lunch
13h30 Onlay prep continuation and Occlussion
15h00 Afternoon Break and Refreshments
15h15 Restoration of Anterior/Posterior RCT Teeth w/ Ribbond                              16h45 Summary with Questions and Answers

For Different Levels

Dental student or new graduate

dental student or new graduate

This will give you confidence in your caries removal, IDS and preparation design.

experienced clinician

experienced clinician

You will gain expertise in table top adhesion, tips and tricks for restoring those problem root canal treated teeth without ferrule and a repeatable 1-2-3-4 diagnostic system for those teeth with cracks that you are never quite sure what to do.
Level 1
September 22nd - 23rd 2023

Seven Lessons Approach

What was learnt over years will be transferred to you in a 50% hands on and 50% didactic style. Preparations and techniques will be live and through the camera lens in high definition and then worked on, step by step with the delegate, permitted by the small group setting. It is a one of a kind course in the UK with its “For Monday morning use” practical content. 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

Use Ribbond to increase bond strength and mitigate stress

Preform crack removal to predictable measured end points without pulp exposure and be aware of how to manage C Factor

Perform 3 types of onlay preps including the table top.

Perform the 6 steps and be aware of the 21 benefits of Immediate Dentine Sealing

Preform caries removal to predictable measured end points without pulp exposure and be aware of the predicable bond strengths each part of the cavity will provide

A 4 step diagnosis protocol to plan when a tooth should have no intervention, a direct composite, a semi direct restoration or an indirect onlay.

Day 1

08h30  Breakfast
09h00 Caries Removal (on natural teeth)
10h15 Morning Break and Refreshments
10h45 Crack Removal (on natural teeth)
12h15 Three Course Seated Lunch
13h15 Immediate Dentine Sealing
14h45 Afternoon Break and Refreshments
15h15 Deep Margin Elevation
16h45 Summary with Questions and Answers

Day 2

08h30 Breakfast
09h00 C-Factor and Layering Techniques
10h15 Morning Break and Refreshments
10h45 Onlay Preparations
12h15 Three Course Seated Lunch
13h15 Occlusion
14h45 Afternoon Break and Refreshments
15h15 Restoration of Endodontically Treated Teeth with Ribbond Posts
16h45 Summary with Questions and Answers

For Different Levels

Dental student or new graduate

dental student or new graduate

If you are a dental student or new graduate this will give you confidence in your caries removal, IDS and preparation design.

experienced clinician

experienced clinician

If you are an experienced clinician you will gain expertise in table top adhesion, tips and tricks for restoring those problem root canal treated teeth without ferrule and a repeatable 1-2-3-4 diagnostic system for those teeth with cracks that you are never quite sure what to do.
Level 2
November 3rd - 4th 2023

Bio-Prep

This course is 90% hands on and will teach the principles and hands on exercises of common biomimetic procedures to allow you to be able to perform:

Stress reduced direct composites for those large restorations where the patient can not have an onlay

The semi-indirect onlay technique to produce chair side indirect restorations

Perform easy, perfect anatomy and staining for posterior composites

How to make beautiful layered anterior aesthetic composite restorations

Day 1

08h30 Breakfast
09h00 Aesthetic anterior composites, matrix, shell and layering
10h15 Morning Break and Refreshments
10h45 Aesthetic anterior composites, line angles, tertiary anatomy and polishing
12h15 Three Course Seated Lunch
13h15 Aesthetic posterior composites – premolar staining and anatomy
14h45 Afternoon Break and Refreshments
15h15 Aesthetic posterior composites – molar staining and anatomy
16h45 Summary with Questions and Answers

Day 2

08h30 Breakfast
09h00 Semi-indirect onlays – chairside model fabrication
10h15 Morning Break and Refreshments
10h45 Semi-indirect onlays – fabrication and heated cementation
12h15 Three Course Seated Lunch
13h15 Stress Reduced Direct Composite Theory
14h45 Afternoon Break and Refreshments
15h15 Stress Reduced Direct Composite Hands-on
16h45-17h30 Summary with Questions and Answers.

For Different Levels

Dental student or new graduate

dental student or new graduate

This will give you the ability to treatment plan and perform more cases when your patients are not able to opt for a laboratory made porcelain restoration.

experienced clinician

experienced clinician

You will gain experience of how controlling chroma is the key to aesthetics and tips and tricks to become quicker and more predictable with your anatomy, aesthetics, shaping and polishing.
Level 3
December 1st - 2nd 2023

Bio-Lit – This is Going to be Lit! 🔥

The 3-day Bio-Lit course, set in luxurious surroundings goes over a selection of the 130 most pertinent articles of Biomimetic Restorative Dentistry, from more than 10,000 read articles, to give the clinician an in depth, absolute understanding of not only what to do and how to do it but also what happens when we do not do it, or other scientifically proven ways to achieve the same result.

This is intended for clinicians, academics, new graduates and those with specialist training, paediatric dentistry, endodontics or restorative dentistry. You will receive all the articles, two months before the course to read. This is a tutorial, and as such is the most intense of all the levels and only accepts the smallest number of doctors of all our courses so that we may discuss each article in depth, where you will be given a firm understanding of not just what to do but why we do it.

Dr Chung and Dr Sherif’s summaries will you leave with a full grasp of the literature by breaking down each article’s method, results and conclusion via Keynote. This saves the student several years in reading through the entire biomimetic literature.

Level 4
November 4th - 5th 2023

Bio-Dam

This course is 90% hands on and will teach the principles and hands on exercises of rubber dam to allow you to be able to perform:

Clamp knowledge and selection depending upon the case

Dam material selection

Tips and tricks to prevent tearing, bunching or saliva leakage

Four methods of rubber dam inversion

Floss ties and clamping for veneers

Clamping for full mouth preparation and cementation

Day 1

08h00 Breakfast
08h30 Rubber dam presentation, and clamp and dam selection practical
09h45 Punching, framing, inversion
10h45 Morning Break and Refreshments
10h45 Mastering floss ties
11h30 Isolating for veneers and full mouth
12h30 Two Course Lunch

For Different Levels

Dental student or new graduate

dental student or new graduate

If you are a dental student or new graduate this will give you the confidence to routinely use rubber dam to maximise your bond strengths and make your dentistry more enjoyable and less stressfull
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experienced clinician

experienced clinician

If you are an experienced clinician you will gain tips to enhance placement, fit and aesthetics of your rubber dam which aids in the final clinical result and photography.
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Level 5
November 4th - 5th 2023

Bio-Film

This course is 85% hands on and will teach the principle of photography that controls everything for us to get a great picture – Exposure! The hands on exercises include intra oral, extra oral and artistic photography to allow you to be able to perform:

The 5 factors that control exposure

How to shoot in manual

All settings for intra oral and extra oral shots in an easy to remember way

Tips and tricks for use of mirrors

Use of light and shade for to develop your Instagram marketing

While it helps to master your own camera (contact us to ask which one) delegates do not need to bring a camera as extra will be available but must bring a set of retractors and occlusal mirror)

For Different Levels

Dental student or new graduate

dental student or new graduate

If you are a dental student or new graduate you will be able to critique your work through standardised quality photography, apply for awards or become certified by aesthetic academies.

experienced clinician

experienced clinician

If you are an experienced clinician this will give you the ability to grow your restorative and cosmetic patient base by taking quality photography of your work. No photo is better than presenting a poor photo to patients.

FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

Registration for levels 1-3 is 830 with coffee and pastries.

Masterclass starts at 9am
Class ends by 6pm
Level 4 starts at 8 and ends at 1
Level 5 starts at 1 and ends at 6

18 on level 1 and 2
27 on level 3
5 on level 4 and 5
63 in total for the year long course

Levels 1, 2, 4 and 5: A 75% refund will be given if cancelled in writing more than 60 days
before the first day of the meeting. A 50% refund will be given if cancelled more than 30 days before the first day of the course. 25% refund between 21-29 days before the course.

No refund will be given in the three weeks leading up to the course. As it is a small group refunds or movement of booking to a future course cannot be given for any individual issue that prevent attendances.

Level 3 – Bio-Lit : Between the articles being mailed and 60 days before the course there will
be a 50% refund in the event of cancellation on the delegate’s part. Later than this no
refund (or movement) of the course will be given There will be a full refund if the government decree a full lockdown which prevents the facility holding business meetings such as this due to Covid-19 for Levels 1,2,4 and 5. In this instance You will be offered one alternate dates for Level 3 if articles are already mailed out with 6 month’s notice.

For Payment plans payments needs to be completed by the dates agreed via email to allow confirmation and entrance to the course. Non payment of the final amount would forfeit the course and money will not be refunded unless exceptional circumstances.

Lunch will be a meat dish. There is a vegetarian option for those who chose at the
time of booking.

An extracted tooth you have made caries free is needed for:

Levels 1 and 2 loupes are recommended. 
Level 5 requires an occlusal mirror and retractors with camera advised but not
mandatory.