Orthodontics: Core of Knowledge – Deposit

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Orthodontics: Core of Knowledge – Deposit

£1,698.00

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Deposit payment for Orthodontics: Core of Knowledge course

Thu 27 – Sat 29 Feb 2020

Starts at 9:00 AM

27th, 28th & 29th February 2020, 7th & 8th May 2020, 16th & 17th July 2020, 3rd & 4th September 2020 and 5th, 6th & 7th November 2020.

The course is held at the St Pierre Marriott hotel in Chepstow and you will be forwarded a code for a preferential booking rate if you would like to stay at the hotel (most delegates do).

Total course price – £9,498 inc VAT

* Deposit of £1,698 inc VAT
* Twelve monthly payments of £650 inc VAT

Why choose Orthodontics: Core of Knowledge?

Limited to 12 per intake
The UK’s leading comprehensive orthodontic course for GDP’s

Orthodontics is booming but most courses don’t even cover the basics of diagnosis, biomechanics and creating alternative treatment plans. It makes business sense to create treatment plans for your patients based on bio-mechanical principles rather than preferred appliances or techniques, and to present your orthodontic cases in a manner that is understood and respected globally.

You will learn how to document your cases in such a way that they will be eligible as clinical cases for further studies (diploma or MSC).

More content (was 9 days, now 12), now includes the use of mini screws, secret smile lingual appliances, marketing and digital dentistry.

More hands-on content: Mini Screws – making sectional appliances. Secret Smile – lingual, bonding a case up on a typodont. Intra oral scanning and digital design, wire bending, ceph tracing, surgery bonded retainers.

Miscellaneous

Location
All teaching will be held at: St Pierre Marriott, Chepstow.

Catering
Refreshments will be provided during the breaks and also lunch. Please ensure you inform us of any special dietary requirements.

Will I be treating patients?
No, but it is vital that you take records of your own patients in your own practice (Photos/Study models) and bring these for treatment planning and discussion. You will also need to take photos of these patients at each appointment (front-right-left in occlusion, upper and lower occlusal) so that we can again discuss treatment progress.