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Improving Outcomes in Aesthetic Dentistry

1 hour Verifiable CPD, 1 Module, 1 Learning Resource

Course Summary

In this great video lecture Dr Dominic Hassall provides an excellent overview of how to Improve Outcomes in Aesthetic Dentistry.

The lecture concentrates on two main topics, namely:

  • The pre-treatment patient Questionnaire and,
  • The importance of the Soft tissues.

The course is packed with clinical tips and tricks and includes updates on smile diagnosis, the biological width and how to solve soft tissue problems.

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Speaker Profile

Dominic Hassall, BDS MSc (Manc) FDS RCPS (Glasg) MRD RCS (Edin) FDS (Rest Dent) RCS (Eng), United Kingdom, general dental council registered specialist in Restorative, Periodontal, Prosthodontic and Endodontic Dentistry.

Dominic has been assessed to the highest level completing a master’s degree and clinical examinations with the royal colleges in Glasgow and Edinburgh, culminating with the award of the prestigious intercollegiate specialty fellowship in Restorative Dentistry.

He has worked in private specialist practice in Harley Street and as a hospital consultant before setting up his own private, referral clinic, and postgraduate teaching institute in central England.

He is a pioneer in postgraduate dental education, initiating the UK’s first-ever Masters programme in Cosmetic and Restorative Dentistry, and then the master’s programme in Aesthetic and Restorative Dentistry.

Learning Content

The pre-treatment patient Questionnaire and the importance of the soft tissues.

Aims & Objectives

To identify the challenging patient and to be aware of their aspirations and expectations.
To gain an update on the biological width and how to solve soft tissue problems.

Development Outcomes

A. Effective communication with patients, the dental team, and others across dentistry, including when obtaining consent, dealing with complaints, and raising concerns when patients are at risk

C. Maintenance and development of knowledge and skill within your field of practice

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