2nd June 2020 - Today is Rowan's 11 year anniversary at the practice. Rowan is regarded by his peers as one of the world's best denture making dental technicians. He works in the room next door to Finlay's dental surgery providing the most beautiful looking and superbly fitting dentures for our patients. Rowan was previously the Chief Dental Technician in Prosthodontics at the University Dental Hospital of Manchester for ten years, having started working there in 1987. He trained Dental technicians at the University of Manchester for over 15 years. Rowan and Finlay have worked together since 1999 and have helped over a thousand patients together. In addition, Rowan provided all of the invaluable technical work for Finlay’s PhD. We're massively fortunate to have him working with us! Thank you Rowan.Read More
These are 10 free webinars I gave during the Coronavirus lockdown 2020. They are on all aspects of Complete denture, Removable partial dentures, immediate dentures and implant over dentures. These videos are designed for ANY dental professional interested in learning more about high end prosthodontics.
The webinars are full of practical and technical advice - which can be applied straight into clinical practice.Read More
Tonight I'm doing a "May the 4th be with you" special webinar - showing the 3 Anne's (2 x RPD and 1 Complete denture cases) this is designed for specialist trainees in Prosthodontics and dentists doing further training such as MSc/MClinDent programmes in Prosthodontics or Restorative Dentistry etc... I'm looking forward to some great questions and discussion points from the attendees too.Read More
New free lockdown Webinar 6 of 6 Question and answers on all things dentures - please join me. Please DM or send questions to email@example.com
Live Tuesday 12th May 13.00 (GMT+1hour) British Summer Time
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Fantastic question from a someone who watched Webinar 2 on partial dentures last week - Really enjoying your seminars these weeks. It is very helpful. Specially since you use the Scandinavian approach to RPD design. I noticed with this approach on Kennedy-I cases, there i no regard for placing a distal rest, but both mesial and distal ones. With a distal rest, there would still be a displacement of the distal extension vertically over the fulcrum line, defeating the purpose of a stress relief clasp. How does this approach protects the stability of the most distal tooth? All the metal reciprocation anteriorly is still indirect retention. Could you help me understand that? ThanksRead More