CPD Courses for Dentists

Welcome to Phoenix Dental Academy

Oral Surgery Skills Course

The course will cover the topics below, which are essential for everyday practice as a GDC.
We will have more advanced level courses starting from basic implant procedures progressing to Full mouth implant rehabilitation as well.

Outline of the course:

  1. Introduction and opportunity to view a live surgery (if conducted on a weekday)
  2. Oral Surgery-
    Difficulties encountered by GDPs in daily practice
    Local Anaesthetic techniques
    Extraction of root stumps, brittle teeth, root canal treated teeth
  3. Surgical extractions:
    Raising a flap
    Types of Flaps
    Flaps in aesthetic areas
    landmarks and anatomic structures
  4. Suturing Techniques:
    Types of sutures
    Suturing methods
    Indications
    Suture materials
  5. Hand on session

Endodontic Hands-On Course

Price: £500

Date: 08/06/2024
Timings: 8:30am – 5:00pm
Venue: Venue: Weybridge, Surrey (5 mins drive from Weybridge station)

Course Includes:

  • Diagnosis
  • Rubber Dam Placement
  • Access Cavities
  • Post Removal
  • Working Length Measurement
  • Rotary Filing
  • Hand Filing
  • 3D Obturation
  • Post-Op Restorations
  • Pain Relief
  • Includes hands on practical

3 in stock

4 Day Manikin – Return To Practice

PRICE: £850

CPD POINTS: 8 hours per day

LUNCH INCLUDED

Day 1:
Class I
Class II with Amalgam Filling
Class II Composite Cavity Preparation
Class III Through and Through
Class IV Composite Build up

Day 2:
Amalgam Cusp Build
Labial Veneer
PFM Metal Ceramic Anterior Crown
FGC
Posterior PFM

Day 3:
Temporary Crown
Impression
Inlay
Onlay
3/4 Crown

Day 4:
RCT Access Opening and obturation
Rest Seat

Return to Practice- Module 1

Price: £1200

Date: 20/06/2024, 21/06/2024 and 22/06/2024 in person
Timings: 08:30am- 5:00pm
Venue: Weybridge, Surrey (5 mins drive from Weybridge station)

Learning aims & objectives
This course aims at refreshing your skills and helps you plan your further professional development.
Starting practice in the UK
Important pointers which are crucial to your daily efficient practice
Clinical notes writing
Patient and time management
Implant management
Software

Hands on training
Hand scalers
Ultrasonic scalers
LA Prescription
Temporary dressing
Re cement crowns
Amalgam Restorations
Anterior composite restorations
Glass ionomer restorations
Pulpotomies
Preformed crowns on primary teeth
Extractions of primary teeth
Posterior composites
Tooth Whitening- Fabrication of trays
Litigation
Radiographs in depth
Fissure sealants
Suture removal
Rubber dam
Basic local Anaesthetic techniques
Radiographs
CPD hours -21

3 in stock

Dental Photography (lecture)

Price: £100.00

Date: 12/04/2023 (online)

Course timings: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Aim : To learn about basics of dental photography to carry out documentation for intraoral and extraoral photography, its uses in dentistry and basics of techniques for post processing

Objectives:
Uses of dental photography
Different photography equipment – selection, setup and investment
Camera settings
Lens, flashes and calibration
Difference between DSLR/ mirrorless and mobile photography, pros and cons

Learning outcomes :
Understanding different types of cameras and equipment to use in dental photography
Understanding the various uses of camera in dentistry
Better knowledge and understanding of the various settings in cameras

20 in stock

Dental Photography (1 DAYS COURSE)

Price: £500.00

Aim : To learn about different uses of camera in dental photography, the various equipment and the way to use them for dental photography to carry out documentation for intraoral and extraoral photography, techniques for post processing using software.

  1. Objectives:
    Concepts in Photography and applications in Clinical Dentistry
  2. Photography for Esthetic Dentistry
  3. AACD and BACD Guidelines and Protocol for Clinical Photography
  4. Consideration of
    a. Photography equipment – Selection, setup and Investment
    b. Camera Settings
    c. Lenses, flashes and Calibration
    d. Clinical photography Techniques and Positioning
  5. Basics of Image Processing and Documentation – Taking your Dentistry to the next Level
  6. Documentation for Publications
  7. Case Presentation workflow
  8. Photography for shade matching and laboratory communication
  9. Tabletop photography for laboratory products
  10. Trouble shooting in Dental Photography
  11. Videography in dentistry
  12. Mobile Dental Photography – an overview

Learning outcomes :

  1. Understanding different types of cameras and equipment to use in dental photography
  2. Understanding the various uses of camera in dentistry
  3. Better knowledge and understanding of the various settings in cameras
  4. Documenting intraoral and extraoral photographs in a standardised manner to make it easy for presentation
  5. Making collages and trimming photos in a software
  6. Learning basics of videography in dentistry
  7. Pros and cons of mobile photography

COMMUNICATION, CONSENT AND CO-DIAGNOSIS

Price: £500
Date: 11/11/2023
Timings: 9:00am- 5:00pm
Venue: London (TBC)

Aims and Objectives:

  • To cover different styles of effective communication, ethical. Selling
  • Learning how to say NO to patients.
  • Co-diagnosis with the patient on your side.
  • Understanding the psychology of patient interaction
  • Aspects of effective consent and shared decision making

Communication:

  • Active and passive listening
  • Listening to understand and not to respond
  • Understand patient led fact finding for future co-diagnosis.

Co- Diagnosis:

  • Understand patient led fact finding for future co-diagnosis
  • Understand the use of types of emotional intelligence required for listen and respond

Consent:

  • Understand different types of consent and when to apply them.

Delivery:

  • Importance of the patient fully understanding the nature of their current dental situation and all aspects of proposed treatment

Deal with objections:

  • Determine positive versus negative signals
  • Understand fear and anxiety and apprehension from a dental patients point of view
  • CPD Hours: 6 Hours

15 in stock

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