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As we all know, the workhorse of general dental practice, is treating toothache, caries, cracks and fracture, predominantly in posterior teeth.
You will be amazed at how much your efficiency increases by using the quadrant technique, because all the teeth that need treating in one entire quadrant, are done in the same appointment instead of treating single teeth over several visits.
The advantages are numerous.
In this course, Dr Lincoln Harris will show you how to treat a quadrant of teeth efficiently, effectively and in a way that is practical, possible and profitable in general practice.
In 2019 an online based lecture for this topic will be available. This will give you the understanding and theory behind the Hands-On course. More details coming soon...
Hands-On: With Dr Lincoln Harris
Posterior Dentistry Hands-On: Monday 27th and Tuesday 28th May 2019
Includes: Two days Hands-on + access to 10 hours of online lectures
Hands-On Venue: ADA Centre for Professional Development 1 Atchison St Leonards NSW 2065
Time: 8:30am to 5:00pm Daily - Sign in from 8am
CE: 26 Hours (includes 10 hours of online lectures)
Price Posterior Hands-On Continuum: AUD$5185 inc GST SAVE $600. Payment plan available
Price: AUD$5785 inc GST (sold separately, not yet available)
Limited to 24 Dentists.
Sold in Australian Dollars AUD$
What people are saying...
The course has helped in achieving predictability in everyday restorations. It’s given me a step-by-step approach on how to restore teeth directly to achieve a good outcome that is patient-driven
Outstanding course. Would definitely recommend to colleagues. I am excited about putting the knowledge into practice.
A well presented course with everything to offer for recent graduates to senior dentists.
Fantastic! Dr Lincoln spends a lot of time with each attendant. He simplifies procedures, making them easy to incorporate into our practice. Lots of take home messages
I want to better help my patients in all aspects and be able to provide and perform treatment to a successful and consistent standard. I’ve learnt new techniques and tips on how to improve what I’m currently doing. Thank you for sharing your experience.