Saturday 25th November – One day dental nurse course.
Venue – Hale Dental and Implant Clinic
About the speaker:
Geraldine Temprell currently leads dental nurse implant surgery and dental nurse implant courses as a tutor for Sheffield University Dental Hospital. She has extensive knowledge and experience in all Nobel Biocare Systems as well as bone grafting, soft tissue surgery and extra oral implants. She has worked at the Sheffield Hospital for 24 years, since qualifying as a specialist hospital dental nurse from Charles Clifford Dental Hospital and as a registered dental nurse and examiner with the NEBDN.
Aims: To introduce the principles of modern Dental Implantology. To develop an appreciation of the use of Dental Implants in the restoration of missing teeth. To achieve an understanding of the role of the whole dental team in the delivery of implant care and the use of secondary services. To introduce the techniques used in Dental Implantology
Objective: On completion of the course the delegates should have had an overview and be familiar with the most commonly used Nobel Biocare systems and accompanying products.
This will include: Introduction History and background Bone Patient Selection Treatment planning Surgery set up – Aseptic technique Fixture placement GBR Restorative overview Aftercare and complications Putting it into practice Feedback
What the delegates said
” Very informative, well organized and presented”. Gina Byrne
“ Well set out and nice venue. Brilliant course,learnt a lot today. Thank you!”. Eve Knowles
“Found the course very useful, got a lot of information that I can take back to the dentist to use there”. Katie Jones
“Really enjoyed the course and found out a lot more about implants”. Sammy Rhodes