March 2021
On Demand: Digital dentistry in general practice – maximising productivity, efficiency and predictability
Speaker(s): Dr. Ian Buckle
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Digital Dentistry in General Practice - Maximising Productivity, Efficiency and Predictability

Digital dentistry is the present and future of contemporary general dental practice and can be accessed at many different levels with different degrees of investment.

Learn how to begin to integrate digital dentistry into your practice at a level appropriate for you.

Learning objectives:

  • The advantages of digital for improving daily workflows
  • How to greatly improve patient engagement and case acceptance
  • The benefits of digital splints, in-house restorations and aligners
  • Why digital communication with the dental technician is hugely beneficial
  • Potential return on investment.

Speaker: Ian Buckle

Liverpool born Ian qualified from Liverpool University in 1985. He has over 30 years experience in general practice both in the Private sector and with the National Health Service. He runs a Private Practice in the picturesque village of Thornton Hough on the Wirral concentrating on comprehensive reconstructive, aesthetic and implant dentistry. Ian provides continuing education to dental professionals across Europe. He also lectures nationally and internationally on functional and aesthetic dentistry. He spends approximately two-thirds of his time in practice and the other third as an educator. He believes this balance keeps him on the leading edge of both disciplines.
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This Continuing Professional Development (CPD) activity fully complies with the CPD requirements of the General Dental Council.

And FMC certifies this activity for 1 hour of enhanced CPD in the subject of digital dentistry.

This CPD meets the criteria for the GDC’s development outcome A and C.

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