Three complementary stages of learning to help dentists and dental technicians reap the greatest rewards
Courses organised by the British Society of Occlusal Studies (BSOS) offer delegates the opportunity to attain a better understanding of occlusion for easier, more rewarding and more enjoyable dental practice.
Despite the critical importance of occlusion, dental schools cannot include comprehensive training in this subject in an already crowded curriculum.
Recognising this shortfall, the BSOS has designed three complementary stages of learning to help dentists and dental technicians reap the greatest rewards from occlusion education:
1. Attending the introductory roadshow, Occlusion in Everyday Practice
2. The three-day Occlusion in Everyday Dentistry event
3. Completion of the follow-up hands-on course, Hands-on Occlusion Practical.
Successfully undertaking all three components is also a prerequisite to becoming a full member of the BSOS, since it is the only route available in the UK that allows you to meet criteria such as training in equilibration.