Courses from BSOS

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Level 1

Introduction to Occlusion: Principles & Benefits

Introduction to occlusion

16-17 Nov 2019: Birmingham
28-29 Feb 2020: Dorchester
18-19 April 2020: Glasgow

Level 2 theory

occlusion in every day dentistry

17-19 Jan 2020
Radisson Blu Hotel

Level 2 hands on

Appliance Course

occlusion appliance course

Date TBC
Kendrick View Dental Practice in Reading

Level 3

applied occlusion principles

3 weekend training sessions:
Next dates TBC

Introduction to Occlusion: Principles & Benefits

Level 1

Principles & Benefits

16-17 November 2019

Revolutionise the way you see teeth! Spot the signs of occlusal disease in your patients: toothwear, cracked teeth, lost fillings, mobile teeth, recession, headaches and pain.

Level 2 hands on

Introduction to Appliance Course

Date TBC
Kendrick View Dental Practice in READING

Hands-On skills to help you learn the Which, Where and When of Appliances and Splints

This is a practical course for dentists who have a theoretical understanding of Occlusion and/or an interest in treating patients with TMD and who want to take the next step. The course is aimed at any dentist who has recently taken the 3 Day Theory Plus Course run by BSOS and IPSO.

Level 2 theory

3 Day Training

Occlusion in everyday dentistry… and beyond

Join us on 17-19 January 2020 in Birmingham
21 CE hours

BSOS and IPSO are delighted to again bring you this intense 3-day theory course which also gives you practical skills you can use straight away.

Occlusion Management is fundamental to the delivery of first class dentistry.

Occlusion in everyday dentistry… and beyond

26-27 June 2020

Direct Restoration of the Worn Anterior Dentition: A Roadmap to the Complex Case (hands on)

This Master class is designed to allow the experienced practitioner to confidently approach more challenging anterior cases starting with transferring information from the patient to the articulator, functionally planning the smile design and occlusal scheme on the articulator and finally accurately transferring the treatment plan back from the articulator to the patients mouth in a predictable time efficient manner.