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Denplan launches new clinical training courses

Features some of the most prominent and specialist speakers in their fields

Denplan has developed four new clinical training courses to add to its portfolio of events running around the country for its members.

The new courses are:

• Radiology – These one day workshops focus on the impact and application of the IR(MER)R ‘Core of knowledge’ in dentistry

• Good Foundations – This is a contemporary course with Professor Iain Chapple and Professor Trevor Burke, using a new, state of the art, online patient assessment tool reporting patients’ oral health status and their future disease risk to inform evidence based approaches to the prevention of periodontal disease and caries

• Risk and reward –Based on the issues most important to patients and measurements of their perceptions, this course will help you continue your practice success while avoiding the pitfalls, with Dr Raj Rattan and Dr Mike Busby

• Challenging Restorations – Specialist Endodontist Dr Tony Hoskinson and Specialist Prosthodontist Dr Neil Wilson will take you through the tricky dilemmas that you will face in practice when dealing with compromised teeth.

Denplan advisor and trainer, Mike Busby, said: ‘We’re incredibly proud of the training we provide and these new clinical courses are just a few of the many training events we run throughout the year, with some of the most prominent and specialist speakers in their fields. The courses can also count towards the Denplan Stairway Award and the first stages of an MSc in Primary Dental Care, and with 100% of attendees rating our training courses either excellent or good, I would encourage members to take part to gain an awful lot more than just verifiable CPD.’

The new Denplan clinical courses are running throughout the year and at location across the UK.

For more information about dates or locations, or to book yourself onto an event, email eventsandtraining@denplan.co.uk or call 0800 169 5697.

 

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