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Practical occlusion Curriculum

About the course

At the core of natural, aesthetic, modern dentistry is an understanding of occlusion and the function of the masticatory organ. Our specialized research center offers courses in the field of occlusion dedicated to dentists, the understanding of which is necessary to start the adventure with comprehensive treatment.

We offer you access to modern and comprehensive dentistry in the form of prestigious courses conducted by a world-renowned specialist. The occlusion training series we propose gives every dentist theoretical and practical foundations for the correct treatment of patients – from examination, through planning, to final work on patients with occlusive disease (worn teeth, moving teeth, headaches, tense masticatory muscles, temporomandibular joint diseases).

Module I – March 23-24, 2024
Module II – June 7-8, 2024
Module III – September 20-21, 2024

Module I
March 23-24, 2024

Examination, Records & Splints

The Essential Course Hands-on series of courses teaches dentists how to examine, diagnose, treatment-plan, and treat every patient.
Covering simple to complex cases, the course is taught over three comprehensive two-day modules, with the majority of time focussed on hands-on training and implementation.

Module II
June 7-8, 2024

Predictable Treatment Planning

This course explores a step-by-step process for predictable treatment planning.
This program will work through different treatment planning situations, including localised anterior tooth wear, generalised tooth wear, and ortho-restorative cases.
We will examine different treatment options, including reshaping restorations and provisional restorations (equilibration), repositioning (orthodontics), restorative and surgical.
There will also be an opportunity for delegates to present and discuss their cases.

Module III
September 20-21, 2024

Aesthetic and Restorative Principles

In this final module, we will explore a structured approach to contouring and polishing restorations.
We will investigate the different approaches to restoration techniques and preparation approaches, including direct vs indirect restorations, minimal and no-prep restorations and adhesive vs traditional preparation approaches and much more.


The training will be conducted by Ian Buckle.
He runs his private practice at Buckle Advanced Dental Care, Thornton Hough, UK, where he carries out reconstructive, aesthetic dentistry and implantology treatments. He spends about two-thirds of his time as a practitioner and one-third as a teacher. The argues that this balance has kept him at the top of both disciplines. A member of American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD), British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (BACD), British Dental Association (BDA) and Association of Dental Implantology (ADI) who has been completing more than 100 hours of post-graduate training each year. At the conference, Ian will show and describe how to combine well-established principles which have for years helped us to solve problems of our patients in a predictable way with the most recent digital technology to create solutions as comfortable as possible for the patients and most effective for dentists. 

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