Lectures and live demonstration on a patient by Finlay Sutton

Immediate denture brochure and booking form

Immediate dentures are often the most difficult and least well tolerated dentures that we give our patients. I want to share with you the techniques and methods Rowan Garstang (my dental technician) and I use to achieve predictable results with immediate dentures. I will show how I make superb impressions – even with mobile teeth in the way. The process from diagnosis, treatment planning and treatment provision will be shown in detail. This will be full of tips, techniques and practical advice which can be implemented straight away into practice.

This day is aimed at dentists, clinical dental technicians and dental technicians with a live patient demonstration and lectures abundantly illustrated with step by step photographs and videos of all procedures.

Immediate Denture Course
Immediate Denture Course

Aims, objectives and anticipated outcomes:

  • Making immediate complete and partial dentures as stable, comfortable and secure as possible
  • Positioning teeth in the “right place” aesthetically being useful for clinicians involved in the provision of dental implants
  • Correct preparation of the working casts
  • Taking excellent impressions even with mobile teeth and bridges
  • Planning cases carefully to achieve optimum aesthetics and function of immediate dentures
  • Know the best time to reline or remake the dentures
  • Have happier patients with improved outcomes
  • Better communication between dentist, CDT and dental technician
  • Increased professional satisfaction when providing immediate complete dentures and partial dentures

Programme:

8.30 - 9.00Registration and refreshments
9.00 – 10.15Examination/diagnosis, impression making, occlusal registration using rims and gothic arch tracing
10.15 – 10.30Refreshment break
10.30 – 11.30Clinical demonstration of impression making with mobile teeth
11.30 – 13.00Tooth selection and positioning, trial insertion of prototype denture
13.00 – 14.00Lunch
14.00 – 15.00Extraction and fitting of the dentures, reviewing and relining/remaking
15.00 – 15.15Refreshment break
15.15 – 17.00Finlay’s case presentations including psychological factors, problem cases

Places are limited so reserve your place(s) today.

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Contact Details

Contact Details:

Events Co-ordinator: Claire Clark
01995 606091
education@finlaysutton.co.uk

Course Fee

Course Fee:

£1154 per person

Upcoming Dates

Upcoming Dates

Thursday 27th May 2021

Thursday 26th May 2022

Venue

Venue:

Garstang Dental Referral Practice,
Weind House,
Park Hill Road,
Garstang,
Lancashire.
PR3 1EL

Places are limited so reserve your place(s) today.

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My mentor - Dr John Besford's brilliant videos describing his approach to making personalised dentures.
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Chrome Dentures Made Easier with Finlay Sutton Podcast - PDP056

Finlay Sutton has made Dentures sexy again. His teaching style is world-famous and it was an absolute thrill to chat to him. Protruserati – this one is going to be clinically IMPACTFUL.

https://youtu.be/6Hz208Zv6yU

The KING of Removal Prosthodontics

Dr John Besford's brilliant 2 videos describing his approach to making personalised dentures.

This film shows the work and teaching of Dr John Besford and Mrs Ruth Bourke who also advised on the development of the Award Winning Enigma Denture System. This programme is intended to give you a better understanding of the underlying principles of prosthetics.

Management of a patient with toothwear and bruxism using additive composite restorations and a metal based RPD/splint

Sequence of clinical photographs showing some of the steps in management of a patient with toothwear and bruxism using addition composite restorations and a metal based RPD/splint.

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