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The Next Generation of Denture Courses
The Next Generation of Denture Courses
Education Programme for 2012/13
Course Leaders: Marc Northover & Andrew Taylor
Welcome to the removable revolution
The removable revolution is well under way, with hundreds of Dental Technicians evolving into the next
generation of denture experts. Clinical Dental Technicians now work in everyday partnerships with Implant
Dentists, pursuing the ideal goal of providing edentulous patients with implant assisted dentures that are
comparable in function to natural teeth.
“It is essential for all members of the
Contents
dental team to both maintain their
Welcome Message
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Full Arch Prosthetics, Technical 4-5
Full Arch Prosthetics, Clinical
6-7
I am very pleased to offer a course programme that will deliver everything you need to respond to the
challenges of working in the business of denture prosthetics today. With my CDT colleague Andrew Taylor,
I will focus on SR Phonares II, the next generation of denture teeth, and SR Ivobase, the fully automated
electronic injection moulding device. Together they set a new quality standard in denture manufacture for
more lifelike, precise and long lasting results.
current skills and undertake further
Ivoclar Vivadent’s training centres here in the UK and Liechtenstein offer everything you’d
expect from a world-class facility and more, being equipped with the latest technology and
furnished to uphold the highest standards. With an established reputation for excellence
across the dental industry, Ivoclar Vivadent’s core philosophy is one of providing the highest
standards in quality and care with Passion, Vision and Innovation. This ethos coupled with
its many years of experience underpins everything
that the company does.
courses for CDTs is hard, but here are a
Full Arch Prosthetics, Technical & Clinical
8-11
series of excellent opportunities which
One-to-One
12-13
Course Leaders & On the Test Bench
14-15
training and development to improve the
quality of their patient care. Finding good
are realistic, professional and relevant
and provide a new dimension to CDT
I will make sure that you make the best of your learning and development. Wherever
you are in your career I will assist with the technical and clinical support you need to
excel in your role, plus the ongoing support you need to implement your new skills and
knowledge through one-to-one tuition and mentoring. If you are ready to take your
career to the next level then I look forward to seeing you soon!
patient care.”
Professor Stephen Lambert-Humble MBE
Lead Dean for DCPs
Marc Northover, Clinical Dental Technician
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Precision dentures at the touch of a button – SR Phonares® II and SR Ivobase®
Course Leader: Marc Northover, Clinical Dental Technician
CPD: 8 Hours
Aims and objectives plus learning outcomes
Location & Dates
•
Learn about the materials science of the latest generation of Nano Hybrid Composite
material used in the fabrication of the SR Phonares II denture teeth
Ivoclar Vivadent ICDE, Leicester
•
Learn a procedure for setting up SR Phonares II denture teeth for full arch prosthetics
•
Learn to operate the SR Ivobase automated injection moulding device
•
Learn about the materials science of SR Ivobase Hybrid and SR Ivobase High Impact
denture base materials
Thursday Thursday 30th August 2012
Thursday 13th September 2012
Thursday 11th October 2012
Wednesday
31st October 2012
Thursday Fee: £295 plus VAT
During this one day hands-on technical course, the benefits of the
new SR Phonares II denture teeth will be discussed in combination
with SR Ivobase, the very latest fully automated injection moulding
system.
enamel surfaces. The proximal surfaces are designed to tightly fit together
in a unique ‘Set & Fit’ design enhancing the ‘white aesthetics’ of the
restoration and allowing for a more natural looking gingival
architecture.
Next generation denture teeth
The latest generation of SR Phonares II now offers an expanded range of
use to the customer in particular cases that place the teeth under high
masticatory force such as in implant supported restorations. The material’s
molecular components have been optimised to increase its toughness with
a higher resistance to wear and chipping when under pressure. Other
benefits of the material include the reduction of opalescence and reduced
brightness when in the mouth, low affinity to plaque and a precise shade
match to the A-D shade systems.
Precision dentures at the touch of a button
Participants will also learn about the new SR Ivobase system, a new fully
automated electronic injection moulding device that combines the positive
properties of self-cured and heat-cured polymers. This symbiosis of two
chemical worlds forms a new quality standard, creating a hybrid denture
base material with an extremely high accuracy of fit plus very low thermal
shrinkage, high material density, high fracture toughness, and low residual
monomer content, all achieved within a relatively short curing time.
SR Phonares II tooth moulds have been designed to match the gender,
age and characteristics of the individual patient. The tooth moulds are
available with ‘soft’ and ‘bold’ characteristics. Each soft and bold category
is further subdivided into the three age groups: youthful, universal and
mature. SR Phonares II is distinguished by a high quality surface texture
that reproduces the mild true-to-nature ripple effect seen on natural
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Lingualised Occlusion
Nano Hybrid Composite
Classic Occlusion
UDMA matrix
High-density silanized SiO2
This new system enables the user to create tissue-friendly dentures using a
high-precision, fully automated working procedure. The chemical
shrinkage of the material is fully compensated during the polymerisation
process due to the patented thermal management of the flask and the
heating system. This allows the fabrication of high-precision denture bases
offering unparalleled accuracy of fit.
Inorganically filled UDMA polymer
Silanized SiO2 nanoparticles
PMMA clusters
2nd August 2012
6th December 2012
Full Arch Prosthetics, Technical
Full Arch Prosthetics, Technical
Aims and objectives plus learning outcomes
Location & Dates
The Biofunctional Prosthetic System in Clinical Dental Technology
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Changing Faces Denture Clinic,
Birmingham
Course Leaders: Marc Northover, Clinical Dental Technician
Andrew Taylor, Clinical Dental Technician
CPD: 6 Hours
Fee: £295 plus VAT
This introductory one day clinical course is designed for Clinical
Dental Technicians who wish to improve their existing knowledge
of full arch prosthetics. It includes clinical demonstrations, lectures
and discussion.
The Biofunctional Prosthetic System (BPS)
The latest developments within the BPS denture system provide solutions
to many prosthetic difficulties encountered when treating patients
with edentulism, and when planning for implant retained full arch
prosthetics. The BPS protocol involves implementing standardised clinical
and laboratory techniques which help to create dentures with enhanced
appearance and optimised performance. By attending this course you
will gain the skills that you need to treat the edentulous patient with this
system, and also gain a better understanding of the latest generation
of denture teeth – SR Phonares II – and learn about the new SR Ivobase
system, a fully automated electronic injection moulding device that
produces precision denture bases offering unparalleled accuracy of fit
and fracture toughness.
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•
•
•
•
•
•
Put your clinical skills to the test
The first half of this course will detail the use of each clinical component
of the BPS system; the course leaders will demonstrate the application of
the system for each appointment when treating the edentulous patient.
You will see at first hand just how simple it can be to capture all of the
precise information you need to restore the smile and face to its correct
natural proportions. We will look at recording the Vertical Dimension of
Occlusion and Centric Relation using the Gnathometer M gothic arch
tracing appliance and dual mouth impressions. During the second half
of the course, participants will then treat a patient using the techniques
demonstrated.
•
Understand the complementary clinical components of the Biofunctional Prosthetic System
with a particular emphasis on full arch prosthetics
Learn to incorporate the BPS system when planning treatment of the edentulous arch
Learn to correctly record the important anatomical landmarks for full arch prosthetics with
primary two-stage alginate impressions
Learn the importance of dual mouth functional impressions in full arch prosthetics
Learn the importance of a gothic arch tracing system for full arch prosthetics
Learn to objectively establish the patient’s OVD and CR by use of a gothic arch tracing system
Learn to check chairside the working and balancing side contacts of complete dentures
Understand the next generation of the technical components of the Biofunctional Prosthetic
System with particular emphasis in full arch prosthetics
Understand the use of ideal reference points for full arch prosthetics – median plane,
horizontal plane, Camper’s plane, Bonwill triangle and Balkwill angle
Learn to analyse edentulous casts identifying the stable reference points important for the
restoration of the full arch using complete dentures
“My new dentures have
made me look years
younger”
Michael
Saturday 11th August 2012
Saturday 15th September 2012
Saturday 20th October 2012
Saturday 17th November 2012
Saturday 26th January 2013
Saturday 23rd February 2013
Saturday 23rd March 2013
Saturday 18th May 2013
Saturday 22nd June 2013
“The results are
truly fantastic”
Diane
The techniques used here will ensure that only the highest standards of
care are provided and that your full arch denture treatment is planned
correctly.
Before
After
After
Before
Full Arch Prosthetics, Clinical
Full Arch Prosthetics, Clinical
Masculine
tooth form
The Biofunctional Prosthetic System in Clinical Dental Technology
Natural
colourisation
Course Leaders: Marc Northover, Clinical Dental Technician
Andrew Taylor, Clinical Dental Technician
CPD: 36 Hours
Darker dominant
canine
Dominant position
of teeth
More masculine
shape
Fee: £1495 plus VAT
This course is held at the world renowned International Centre for
Dental Education, Liechtenstein, located next to Ivoclar Vivadent’s
innovative manufacturing and development headquarters. The
course is designed exclusively for UK Clinical Dental Technicians
of all levels who wish to improve their existing knowledge of full
arch prosthetics and includes clinical demonstrations, lectures and
discussion. By attending this course you will receive the tuition
you need to acquire the skills to treat the edentulous patient with
the BPS denture system and also gain a better understanding of
the latest generation of denture teeth SR Phonares II, learn about
the new SR Ivobase injection mounding system and the use of SR
Nexco composite paste for characterisation of teeth and gingiva.
The Biofunctional Prosthetic System (BPS)
The latest product developments within the BPS denture system continue
to provide solutions to many difficulties Clinical Dental Technicians
encounter when treating the edentulous patient. The BPS protocol
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Masculine tooth
position
involves implementing standardised clinical and laboratory techniques
which when coordinated together help to create dentures with
enhanced appearance and optimised performance.
SR Phonares II S73 (Soft)
With the help the course leaders, each participant will treat an
edentulous patient using the clinical components of the BPS system
including •
•
•
•
AccuDent System 1 primary edentulous alginate
impression technique
Centric Tray preliminary occlusal record
Dual mouth, functional, border moulded and wash
impression system using the Virtual silicone system
Recording of the vertical dimension of occlusion and centric
relation with the gothic arch tracing system Gnathometer M
Throughout the period of the course each participant
will construct complete dentures using the next
generation of denture products SR Phonares II,
SR Ivobase and SR Nexco.
Natural
colourisation
Youthful
appearance
Feminine tooth
shape
Harmonised
gum levels
Fuller lips
Rounded
incisal edges
Full Arch Prosthetics, Technical & Clinical
Full Arch Prosthetics, Technical & Clinical
SR Phonares II B73 (Bold)
Aims and Objectives: Clinical
SR Phonares II tooth moulds have been designed to match the gender, age and
characteristics of the individual patient with ‘soft’ and ‘bold’ characteristics subdivided
further into three age groups youthful, universal and mature. The proximal surfaces
are designed to tightly fit together in a unique ‘Set & Fit’ design allowing you
to position the teeth as nature intended with a more natural looking gingival
architecture. The latest generation of the tooth material’s molecular components has
increased its toughness with a higher resistance to wear and chipping when under
pressure, plus a low affinity to plaque.
•
Understand the complementary clinical components of the Biofunctional
Prosthetic System with a particular emphasis on full arch prosthetics
•
Learn to incorporate BPS when planning treatment of the edentulous arch
•
Learn to correctly record the important anatomical landmarks for full arch
prosthetics with primary two-stage alginate impressions
•
Learn the importance of dual mouth functional impressions in full arch prosthetics
•
Learn the importance of a gothic arch tracing system for full arch prosthetics
•
Learn to objectively establish the patient’s OVD and CR by use of a gothic
arch tracing system
•
SR Ivobase – Precision dentures at the touch of a button
Participants will learn to fabricate high-precision denture bases using the new SR Ivobase system
fully automated electronic injection moulding device, which combines the positive properties
of self and heat cured polymers. This symbiosis of two chemical worlds forms a new quality
standard, creating a hybrid denture base material with an extremely high accuracy of fit, very low
thermal shrinkage, high material density, high fracture toughness and a tissue friendly low residual
monomer content.
Learn to check chairside the working and balancing side contacts of
complete dentures
•
Learn to analyse edentulous casts identifying the stable reference points
important for the restoration of the full arch using complete dentures
•
Learn about the materials science of the latest generation of Nano Hybrid
Composite material used in the fabrication of the SR Phonares II denture teeth
•
Learn a procedure for setting up SR Phonares II denture teeth for full arch
prosthetics
•
Learn to operate the automated injection moulding device SR Ivobase
•
Learn about the materials science of SR Ivobase Hybrid and SR Ivobase
High Impact denture base materials
•
Learn about the materials science of SR Nexco laboratory composite
•
Learn to use SR Nexco paste for the characterisation of artificial teeth and gingiva
Aims and Objectives: Technical
•
Understand the next generation of the technical components of the Biofunctional
Prosthetic System with particular emphasis on full arch prosthetics
•
Understand the use of ideal reference points for full arch prosthetics – median
plane, horizontal plane, Camper’s plane, Bonwill triangle and Balkwill angle
Location & Dates
SR Nexco –­ Lifelike appearance: Aesthetics made easy
SR Nexco is a next generation flowable laboratory composite cured only with light. During
the course each CDT will learn the advanced application of the material for multiple
layered prosthetic gingiva upon the processed SR Ivobase material and the modification/
characterization of SR Phonares II teeth. The micro opal fillers provide a true to nature
appearance with optical properties that perfectly match that of SR Phonares II and the
vitality of a natural tooth. The SR Nexco A-D shades have been specially designed to
perfectly blend with those of the SR Phonares II denture teeth.
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International Centre for Dental Education,
Schaan, Liechtenstein
Dates to be announced
Restoration of
natural facial
proportion
using BPS
dentures
Full Arch Prosthetics, Technical & Clinical: Products, Aims & Objectives
SR Phonares II – Next generation denture teeth
“I was looking for a course to develop my skills and offer my patients the
latest and best dentures available. Since completing this course I have
certainly improved as a CDT and have implemented what I learned and
the results are superb. I found Marc to be a pleasure to work with. His
skill, knowledge and his demeanour are top class. CPD has never been so
fun. It was that good I would do it again.”
Personalised learning for Clinical Dental Technicians
One-to-One with Marc Northover
Paul Harrison, Clinical Dental Technician
Harrison Denture Clinic
Course Leader: Marc Northover, Clinical Dental Technician
Fee: £3000 plus VAT
Marc’s aim is to transfer the skills he has gained in using and teaching the clinical
and technical aspects of the BPS system to you One-to-One, in order to fine-tune
and develop your skills in full arch prosthetics and help you make transitions in
knowledge, work and thinking in this area of dentistry.
Before
After
Brendan Hudson, Dental Technician
Founder of PDS Dental Laboratory and student Clinical Dental Technician
This exclusive One-to-One tuition takes into account your interests and experience
in full arch prosthetics and can be designed around your personal needs. During
your time together with Marc you will complete clinical sessions, laboratory
sessions and discussion. To achieve this, you will ‘learn through work’ treating
three edentulous patients by appointment from initial consultation through to tryin. This will be achieved in a ‘live’ clinical environment and by working together in
the dental laboratory.
“Over the past four years, I have attended several courses presented
by Marc and Andrew from the BPS technical, to ‘one to one’ advanced
clinical courses. The blend of professionalism & approachability they
demonstrate cannot be over stated. I would recommend & encourage
any Technician or CDT intent on improving their skills or learning new
techniques to consider attending one of the many courses they offer.”
With this One-to-One training, you will become a knowledgeable operator of the
complete BPS system including the use of latest generation of SR Phonares II and
SR Ivobase and gain from Marc’s experience, enabling you to take full advantage
of your tuition when treatment planning for your edentulous patients.
In co-ordination with good patient management, the techniques passed on to
you will help you produce a more predictable outcome and give you the extra
confidence in your day-to-day work with edentulous patients.
BPS system used to restore natural facial proportion in an edentulous patient.
SR Phonares II, moulds S71
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“I attended a 3 day one-to-one personalised learning programme with
Marc that he designed specifically for my needs. The level of training
made me feel very confident in my new work with patients. The course
content left me feeling revitalised as a Dental Technician and excited
about moving forward with my education as a CDT. I am looking
forward to working to the best of my ability using the BPS products and
giving my patients thirty years of experience.”
Mike Brindle, Clinical Dental Technician
Clinical Lead, CDT Course, University of Central Lancashire
One-to-One
CPD: 24 Hours 3.5
3
2.5
Threshold value for heat-curing polymers*
2
1
0.5
Our courses only use tried and 0tested techniques developed from many years of practice combined with the most innovative products available. The latest innovations of
Competitor B
IvoBase
Competitor A
IvoBase
SR Phonares II and SR Ivobase are now
our
programmes
Heat-curing and set an entirely new material standard whilst optimising the production of precision dentures.
High Impact
Self-curing
Hybridused throughout
Special properties
Shear strength
20
15
10
5
1 day
30 days
15
10
Competitor A
500
25
400
20
300
15
200
10
100
5
250
500
500
200
400
400
150
300
300
200
100
300
%
4.5
250
5
4
200
150
4.5
3.5
4
3
3.5
2.5
100
200
100
3
2
50
100
50
2.5
1.5
2
1
Competitor B
Residual monomer content
Threshold value for self-curing polymers*
300
250
Threshold value for self-curing polymers*
200
150
Threshold value for heat-curing polymers*
100
50
Threshold value for heat-curing polymers*
00
0 Heat-curing
0
0
00
0
Self-curing
1.5
Highly
Composite polymer
Phonares IIComposite
Highly
Composite
Phonares
Highly
Phonares
Highly
Phonares II Composite
Highly
Phonares II Composite
Phonares II Composite
0.5
Highly
Phonares IIII Composite
Highly
Composite Highly
PhonaresIIII Composite
Highly
polymer
cross-linked
cross-linked
cross-linked
cross-linked
cross-linked
cross-linked
cross-linked
cross-linked
cross-linked
1
0
PMMA
PMMA
PMMA
PMMA
PMMA
PMMA
PMMA
PMMA
PMMA
Phonares II
Competitor B
IvoBase
Competitor A
IvoBase
0.5
Heat-curing
Impact
R&D Ivoclar
Vivadent
Schaan,
FL Vivadent AG, 08/2011, Schaan,
R&DIvoclar
VivadentAG,
AG,08/2011,
08/2011,Schaan,
Schaan,
DrR&D
Dipl.-Ing.
(FH)
MartinAG,
Rosentritt,
Hybrid
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Prof.AG,
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Ivoclar
Vivadent
08/2011,12/2011,
Schaan,
FL (FH) Martin Rosentritt, 12/2011,
Dr Dipl.-Ing. (FH) MartinHigh
Rosentritt,
12/2011, Self-curing
polymer
University of Regensburg, Germany University of Regensburg, Germany
polymer
0
University of Regensburg, Germany
Competitor
IvoBase
Competitor
A
IvoBase
Standard polymerization
+ Reduction of monomer residue (RMR) B
Heat-curing
High Impact
Self-curing
Hybrid
polymer
polymer
R&D, Ivoclar Vivadent, Liechtenstein, 10/2011
Standard
polymerization
*According
to EN
ISO 20795-1:2008 + Reduction of monomer residue (RMR)
Special properties
Special properties
IvoBase®
Standards
for resistant materials
Standards for high
impact
R&D, Ivoclar Vivadent, Liechtenstein, 10/2011
*According to EN ISO 20795-1:2008
high impact resistant materials
Residual monomer content
%
Fracture toughness
7
5
3
1400
1000
2.5
Threshold value 900*
Conventional
denture base
material
IvoBase
High Impact
2
4
2
3
1
1
2
0
400
0.5
1
200
0
0
Conventional
denture base
material
IvoBase
Hybrid
IvoBase
High Impact
Ivobase High Impact is currently the only self-curing polymer
IvoBase
High Impact
Standard polymerization
Competitor A
Self-curing
polymer
%
8
Competitor B
Heat-curing
polymer
+ Reduction of monomer residue (RMR)
R&D, Ivoclar Vivadent, Liechtenstein, 10/2011
*According to EN ISO 20795-1:2008
R&D, Ivoclar Vivadent, Liechtenstein, 10/2011
*Threshold value for high impact resistant materials according to EN ISO 20795-1:2008
Volume shrinkage
5
3
600
0
Volume shrinkage
6
4
Threshold value for heat-curing polymers*
1.5
800
0.50
%
7
3.5
1200
1.00
Threshold value for self-curing polymers*
1600
2.50
1.50
4.5
1800
3.00
Threshold value 1.90*
8
8
6
J/m2
2.00
Tensile energy
absorption
%
5
4
MPa m1/2
0.00
14
20
5
IvoBase
0 Impact
High
IvoBase
Hybrid
25
300
600
600
Volume shrinkage
Competitor A
Competitor B
IvoBase
IvoBase
Self-curing
Heat-curing
High Impact
Hybrid
polymer
polymer
Competitor
A
Competitor
B
IvoBase
IvoBase
1 day
30 days
Self-curing
Heat-curing
High Impact
Hybrid
polymer
polymer
Measurements taken at the University of Kiel, Prof.
Dr Ludwig, 06/2011
1 day
30 days
Measurements taken at the University of Kiel, Prof. Dr Ludwig, 06/2011
Standards for
high impact resistant materials
Standards for
Course Leaders & On the Test Bench
3
25
600
30
Wear in µm3
4
30
Wear in µm3
5
30
Wearstrength
in µm3 in MPa
Compressive
6
Compressive strength in MPa
35
7
0
If you have a question about the courses, please contact Marc or Andrew direct:
e. [email protected]
m. 07590115567
e. [email protected] m. 07974357675
Resistance to wear
Residual
monomer content
on block
EN ISO 10477 performance EN ISO 10477 performance EN
Pin on block
9917-1
performance
ENISO
ISO9917-1
10477 performance EN ISO 9917-1 performance EN ISOPin
Pin on block
%after 12,000 cycles
With steatite antagonists, after 12,000
cycles antagonists,
With steatite
With steatite antagonists, after 12,000 cycles
700
35
700
35
700
5
Compressive
strength
in MPa
Shear strength
in MPa
8
Marc Northover, Clinical Dental Technician
Course Leader
Compressive strength
Volume shrinkage
%
1
Dentistry – a company that specialises in the integration of Clinical Dental Technology into private practice. He
currently manages a Changing Faces® Denture Clinic franchise in Birmingham offering the highest standards
of care as part of a multi-disciplinary team. His pioneering approach to Clinical Dental Technology, exemplary
patient care and expertise were recognised with the Clinical Dental Technician of the Year Award at the 2009
and 2010 Dental Awards. Marc is an advocate of ‘learning through work’ and also offers mentoring and
personalised learning programmes from his private practice.
Special properties
Special properties
+ Reduction of monomer residue (RMR)
R&D, Ivoclar Vivadent, Liechtenstein, 10/2011
*According to EN ISO 20795-1:2008
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Clinical Dental Technician Marc Northover has been a member of Ivoclar Vivadent’s International team
of Opinion Leaders for more than 10 years, and now dedicates much of his time to pioneering the latest
techniques in Clinical Dental Technology. He has lectured extensively on full arch prosthetics, and works closely
with the UK’s leading Dentists, Dental Technicians and CDTs. Marc is the co-founder of Changing Faces®
polymer
polymer
Standard polymerization
Shear strength in MPa
Clinical Dental Technician Andrew Taylor has worked as a lecturer and Opinion Leader on behalf of Ivoclar
Vivadent for the last 5 years, delivering courses in all aspects of denture provision. For a large part of his
career he managed a prestigious prosthetics department at Phoenix Dental Castings in Exeter; he now offers
a bespoke service to a number of key UK dental clients from his own private laboratory, and also works as a
Clinical Dental Technician from his Devon-based Changing Faces® Denture Clinic. Andrew combines the skills
he has developed with his natural artistic flair, accuracy and finesse, creating dentures that are very difficult to
distinguish from real teeth. He has been taught by the UK’s most talented prosthodontists and is keen to pass
his knowledge onto others. His work with Ivoclar Vivadent offers the ideal foundations to support this ethos.
Those who attend Andrew’s courses will find an approachable, energetic and enthusiastic lecturer.
On the Test Bench
Shear strength in MPa
Andrew Taylor, Clinical Dental Technician
Course Leader
1.5
Partners in progress
passion vision innovation
Ready to take your career to the next level!
To book your course go to:
www.dental-education.co.uk