Lectures and live demonstration on a patient by Finlay Sutton

I absolutely love providing partial dentures for my patients as they are often life changing. I will show you how to make partial dentures function like “removable bridges” and prove that they are viable alternatives to dental implant supported restorations. In addition, I will demonstrate that well designed and made partial dentures can have superior aesthetic over fixed restoration. I will share with you the techniques and methods Rowan Garstang (my dental technician) and I use to achieve predictable results with removable prosthodontics.

We provide a special form of partial denture design which is based around a solid chassis (major connector) which splints mobile teeth protecting the periodontium of the remaining natural teeth as much as possible. I will show you how I design and manage all combinations of missing teeth. As well as discussing tooth positioning and partial denture occlusion I will show you how I make accurate impressions and record the occlusion, using gothic arch tracing (in a live demonstration on a patient) enabling Rowan to make accurately fitting partial dentures.

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

2019 Partial denture Masterclass brochure and booking form

2020 Partial denture Masterclass brochure and booking form

Partial Denture Course
Partial Denture Course

Aims, objectives and anticipated outcomes:

  • Making partial dentures as stable, comfortable and secure as possible
  • A good understanding of a step by step design sequence
  • Optimising the aesthetics of partial dentures
  • Making accurate impressions of the hard and soft tissues for cobalt chromium castings
  • Record occlusal relations accurately using gothic arch tracing
  • Designing partial dentures to limit periodontal damage
  • Be able to adjust partial dentures, without compromising their fit and making gaps between teeth and the denture
  • Make partial dentures fit and work like removable bridges
  • Designing dentures for future tooth failure and additions
  • Have happier patients with improved outcomes
  • Better communication between dentist, CDT and dental technician
  • Increased professional satisfaction and rekindle your enthusiasm for partial dentures

Programme:

8.30 - 9.00Registration and refreshments
9.00 – 11.15Partial denture design, impression making, occlusal registration using rims and gothic arch tracing
11.15 – 11.30Refreshment break
11.30 – 13.00Patient demonstration impression making, registration and gothic arch tracing
13.00 – 14.00Lunch
14.00 – 15.00Finlay’s case presentations – delegates practice designing for each case
15.00 – 15.15Refreshment break
15.15 – 17.00Finlay’s case presentations – delegates practice designing for each case

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

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Contact Details

Contact Details:

Events Co-ordinator: Claire Clark
07858 064139
education@finlaysutton.co.uk

Course Fee

Course Fee:

£725 per person

Upcoming Dates

Upcoming Dates

Friday 18th October 2019

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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Welcome To The New Website!
Tailor-Made Courses From Finlay Sutton
Finlay at the 38th Australian Dental Congress 2019
The "window denture" - provision of a maxillary cobalt chromium based partial denture

Finlay's Work

Welcome To The New Website!

Welcome to the new website - big thanks to Hotfoot Design for designing and building it! This is a space where you can learn about Finlay's work, find out about his training courses, and keep up-to-date with his speaking events.

Tailor-Made Courses From Finlay Sutton

​Did you know that we run private, customised courses? The courses are for groups of delegates from all over the world, including dentists, dental technicians, and members of dental practice teams.

Finlay at the 38th Australian Dental Congress 2019

Back in May, I attended the 38th Australian Dental Congress 2019, where I hosted 6 lectures, a lunch and learn, and a podcast discussion. The conference was a wonderful experience and I thoroughly enjoyed learning and sharing my knowledge.

The "window denture" - provision of a maxillary cobalt chromium based partial denture

This 74 year old woman was referred to me by her dentist for provision of a satisfactory upper denture

Dental Concern: “My denture does not fit and is loose making my gums sore and I am unable to eat properly”

Dental wish: “To have a good fitting denture that looks nice and works well.”

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