Posterior adhesive onlays and crowns with vertical margins

Posterior
adhesive onlays and crowns with vertical margins

Learn how to utilise different ceramics to restore function and aesthetics whilst minimising loss of sound tooth tissue. This course covers adhesive posterior onlays and vertical/marginless crowns with an abundance of scenario-based hands on teaching. Group sizes are small to maximise feedback from instructors and to foster an open, fun and inclusive learning environment

What you will learn:

This 2 day hands-on course with multiple hands on exercises will help you to decide when cuspal coverage is advised and how to select the most appropriate approach and materials using simple protocols.

The hands on:

The evidence-based theory and protocols will be reinforced by multiple scenario based hands-on exercises including:

  • Adhesive onlay preparations for lithium disilicate (e.g. eMax, Lisipress) or composite.
  • Immediate dentine sealing, deep margin elevation and cavity design optimisation.
  • Onlay provisionalisation
  • Onlay cementation including quadrant rubber dam isolation
  • Vertical crown preparations for Zirconia
  • Core restoration for crowns
  • Provisionalisation for vertical crowns

Course
Tutors

  • Colin McGuirk - Tooth Wear, Dental Implants and Aesthetic Dentistry

    Colin McGuirk

    Tooth Wear, Dental Implants and Aesthetic Dentistry

    Colin McGuirk - Tooth Wear, Dental Implants and Aesthetic Dentistry

    Colin McGuirk

    Tooth Wear, Dental Implants and Aesthetic Dentistry

    Colin's practice is focused on Restorative Dentistry and Implantology. This includes a particular interest in managing tooth wear and providing minimally-invasive aesthetic (cosmetic) dentistry.

    Colin has a Masters in Clinical Dentistry from Kings College, London in fixed and removable prosthodontics and an MSc in Implantology from Bristol University. Additionally, Colin has traveled extensively to learn from the best clinicians in the world including the world-renowned Kois Centre in Seattle. This extensive training enables Colin to provide some of the most contemporary, evidence-based dentistry in his field with a focus on harmonising the longevity and the aesthetics of restorations he provides.

    Like his colleagues, Colin maintains a very active teaching profile. He is a clinical teacher on the Masters Program in Prosthodontics at King's College, London, he is an educator on the Foundation Dentist Scheme in the south-west, teaches for Health Education England and lectures nationally and internationally, particularly in the middle-east, on his beloved subject of tooth wear and prosthodontics.

    BDS (Newcastle) MSc (Dental Implantology) MClinDent (Fixed and removable prosthodontics) GDC No: 85953

  •  - Restorative Dentistry

    Oliver Bailey

    Restorative Dentistry

     - Restorative Dentistry

    Oliver Bailey

    Restorative Dentistry

    Ollie qualified from Newcastle University with honours in 2005, winning numerous awards pertaining to clinical and academic dentistry. He worked in general practice for 13 years, training extensively in restorative and implant dentistry, before moving to Newcastle University where he is teaching and undertaking research into the costs and benefits of the alternatives to amalgam. He has written a book chapter and published numerous articles on restorative dentistry techniques.

    Ollie has been heavily involved in postgraduate education for a number of years, including lecturing at the prestigious Kois Center in Seattle, where he is a graduate, whilst maintaining a small commitment to general practice. He is past elected Chairman of North East Private Dentists and a big sports' fan, often to be found in the North Sea trying to surf.