Occlusion in everyday dentistry
The British Society of Occlusal Studies (BSOS) is delighted to extend an invitation to all dentists and laboratory technicians to attend ‘Occlusion in Everyday Dentistry’ (BSOS membership not required).
The likes of this extensive introduction to occlusion course, taking place in Birmingham on 21-23 September, has not been seen in the UK for over five years.
Run in association with the International Partnership for the Study of Occlusion (IPSO), the course will be led by Dr John Bassett, a past president of the American Equilibration Society (AES) and an IPSO founder, and Dr Kenneth Peters, current vice president of the AES and a member of the IPSO faculty.
Over three days, the topics covered will include:
• Occlusal disease
• The joint position for restorative dentistry
• Centric relation or habit bite
• Ideal occlusion
• Neuromuscular response
• Treating routine, ‘big’ and implant cases.
This course also provides a platform to a series of eight hands-on sessions. Offering one-to-one supervision in the dentist’s own community, participants will be able to treat one of their own patients.
‘Occlusion in Everyday Dentistry’ offers delegates the opportunity to attain a better understanding of occlusion for easier, more rewarding and more enjoyable dental practice.
For further details or to obtain a booking form, please email [email protected]