The Aesthetic Course

This is by far one of the best courses I have ever attended. An excellent theoretical and practical experience. I do believe that the course has a very well balanced structure and delivers a complex and integrative theoretical and practical experience. ~ Mihael Profug-Ionescu

Duration

6 units over 11 days

Enhanced CPD

66

Start dates

London: Mar 18, Manchester: Mar 18

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PG Certificate in Aesthetic Dentistry (Level 7)

The PG Certificate in Aesthetic Dentistry is an advanced course consisting of 6 units delivered over 11 days in the form of practical sessions, lectures and demonstrations.

The course builds on your existing skills and knowledge for Occlusion and Tooth Preparation. It provides dentists with the knowledge, methods and tools to deliver more advanced cosmetic treatments. The course will help identify how the techniques in aesthetic dentistry can be best applied to your practice and how to improve the level of satisfaction and happiness of your patients.

The course covers topics such as Smile Design, Occlusal Waxing, Aesthetic Periodontics, Facial Aesthetics and using digital tools to design the perfect smile. In addition to the PG Certificate/PG Diploma at the end of the course you will receive a certificate allowing you to practice Facial Aesthetics such as toxin & fillers on your patients. On successfully acquiring this certificate you will be able to gain the correct professional indemnity.

Unit 1: Principles of Smile Design

  • Learning Outcome 1: Demonstrate an understanding of the relevant factors needed for effective smile design
  • Learning Outcome 2: Explain and apply the principles of co-ordinating and integrating practice of smile design with soft tissue treatments
  • Learning Outcome 3: Evaluate, select and apply appropriate anterior wax up techniques

Unit 2: Orthodontics and Non-prep Veneers

  • Learning Outcome 1: Critically evaluate the benefits of phased treatment planning for enhanced predictability and consent
  • Learning Outcome 2: Demonstrate an understanding of restorative outcomes after orthodontics using minimal invasive veneer preparation

Unit 3: Veneer Preparations and Cementation Techniques

  • Learning Outcome 1: Critically appraise current techniques and accompanying material considerations involved with veneer preparation
  • Learning Outcome 2: Demonstrate current techniques associated with Veneer Preparations and Cementations

Unit 4: Principles of Aesthetic Periodontics

  • Learning Outcome 1: Demonstrate an understanding of Aesthetic Periodontal Issues
  • Learning Outcome 2: Demonstrate an understanding of Gingival Recession and Iatrogenic Damage

Unit 5: Principles and application of Facial Aesthetics

  • Learning Outcome 1: Demonstrate knowledge and administration of Botulinum Toxin Treatment
  • Learning Outcome 2: Evaluate and Apply the use of Fillers on Patients

Unit 6: Principles and Design of a Digital Smile

  • Learning Outcome 1: Demonstrate an understanding of Digital Smile Analysis and Planning
  • Learning Outcome 2: Apply and Critically Evaluate Advanced Smile Design Techniques on Patients

The Aesthetic Course has 6 units covered over 11 days in the form of practical sessions, lectures and demonstrations. Course Assessments are in the form of Structured Feedback, Reflective Write-ups, Clinical Portfolio, Treatment Planning Assignments and end of course Multiple-Choice Questions.

A brief overview of topics covered on the 11 days is as follows, please note course day sequence might change based on the course stream you are registered on:
 

Day 1: Introduction to Smile Design

  • Media smile vs Natural smile
  • Positioning of centre line
  • Anterior occlusal plane
  • Gingival zeniths
  • Ceramic choice
  • Golden proportions and golden percentage
  • Shade taking practical

Day 2: Designing a Beautiful Smile

  • 4 main components smile design theory
  • Macro/micro aesthetics
  • Axial inclination
  • Canting, Incisal Embrasures
  • Contact areas, position and size
  • 50:40:30 rule
  • Incisal edge positioning
  • Anterior diagnostic waxing practical

Day 3: Integrating Smile Design with Soft Tissue Treatments

  • Buccal corridor designs
  • Lower anterior shape and characteristics
  • Tooth alignment, crown lengthening
  • Pink Aesthetics, Use of Pink Porcelain
  • Ovate pontic design
  • Connective tissue grafting, Gummy Smiles
  • Eliminating black triangles
  • Magne and Gurel techniques
  • Photographic record, AACD series of photos

Day 4: Orthodontics & Non-prep Veneers

  • Smile Design Theory, Occlusion considerations
  • Pre-alignment techniques
  • Preparation techniques (lecture and hands on)
  • Temporisation techniques (lecture and hands on)
  • Cementation techniques (lecture and hands on)
  • Essential photography for Aesthetic Dentistry
  • Typodont hands-on veneer, 3/4 crown and full crown
  • 8 unit minimal veneer preparation case on printed models

Day 5: Veneer Preparation

  • Conventional and Sliced Preparations
  • Impression Techniques
  • Chamfer Preparation
  • Use of retraction cord
  • Gingival rotary curettage
  • Types of ceramics to use
  • Understanding Enamel Thickness for different teeth

Day 6: Veneer Cementation

  • Isolation
  • Cementation Techniques, using different cements
  • Critique the Veneer - Margin, Material
  • Placement Techniques
  • Bonding & Finishing
  • Hands-on Session on Phantom Heads

Day 7: Aesthetic Perio

  • Types and methods for Crown Lengthening, understanding the biological width and the impact of encroachment
  • Osseous reduction considerations. Non-osseous reduction.
  • Gum disease, Excessive gingival display, overgrowth, altered passive eruption
  • Gingival Recession, Aetiology, Classification and Management
  • Determine new bone level & Factors for consideration
  • Pig’s head exercises. Crown lengthening on pigs heads
  • Connective tissue harvest , alternatives to connective tissue products
  • Root Coverage on pigs heads using connective tissue graft or a porcine alternative Mucograft

Day 8: Facial Aesthetics – Wrinkle Treatments

  • Introduction to the latest scientific background on the use of Wrinkle Treatment Toxin and the most effective techniques
  • Differences between various Wrinkle Treatment Toxins and a guide to the reconstitution and dosages
  • Live demonstration: forehead, frown lines and crow's feet, the commonest three areas of treatment
  • Advice on insurance, marketing and the legal aspects of advertising and providing these treatments
  • Hands-on treatment on course day

Day 9: Facial Aesthetics – Dermal Fillers

  • Introduction to the latest background on the use of hyaluronic acid based dermal fillers and the most effective techniques
  • Hands-on treatment on course day
  • Live demonstration: lip enhancement (for smoker’s lines or for improvement in shape), treatments for nasolabial lines, marionette lines and the softening of other fine lines
  • Advice on insurance, marketing and the legal aspects of advertising and providing these treatments

Day 10: Designing a Smile Digitally (Part 1)

  • Video/photo protocol for dynamic smile analysis
  • Analogue smile design process via exercise: midline from facial, proportions, smile curve
  • General photographic principles; benefits of digital camera, armamentarium requirements
  • Patient consent considerations
  • Format for a patient smile analysis form
  • Diagnostics, stages, patient communications
  • Natural surface textures, calibration of mid line to face
  • Emotional video capture. Calibration of digital images
  • Mock up template (putty matrix). Evaluation of results. Presentation to peers, tutors.

Day 11: Designing a Smile Digitally (Part 2)

  • Types of image, full face, full face retracted and views
  • Presentation of analysis to peers using PP supported by written analysis to tutors
  • Emotional criteria
  • How to structure a case presentation to follow the psychology of the patient
  • Patient needs, expectations vs reality
  • Digital facebow analysis
  • Full face, lips in repose, natural smile, full ‘eeee’ smile, intra-oral teeth apart images, 2D and 3D analysis and images
  • Hands on use of templates, DSD planning software and apps

Prof. Paul Tipton

B.D.S., M.Sc., D.G.D.P., UK, Specialist in Prosthodontics

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Our Clinical Lead Professor Paul Tipton is an internationally acclaimed Prosthodontist who has worked in private practice for more than 30 years.

President of the British Academy of Restorative Dentistry, Professor Tipton now divides his time between operating private referral clinics in Manchester, Chester and London and teaching other dentists the skills and techniques needed for a prolonged and successful career.

A passionate and charismatic speaker, Paul has been teaching for over 27 years, both in the UK and internationally. Over 3,500 delegates have attended Tipton Training courses to boost their skills, knowledge and income.

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Prof. Edward Lynch

PhD, Lond, MA, BDentSc, TCD, FDSRCSEd, FIADFE, FDSRCSLond, FASDA, FACD, Specialist in Endodontics, Prosthodontics & Restorative Dentistry

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Professor Edward Lynch was a full-time academic in Dentistry at the University of Warwick, which is ranked the third behind only Oxford and Cambridge in the list of the UK’s best Universities.

He was elected the most influential person in UK Dentistry in 2010 by his peers (Google dentistry top 50 2010) and has held the position of Professor of Restorative Dentistry and Gerodontology of the Queen’s University Belfast as well as Consultant in Restorative Dentistry to the Royal Hospitals from 2000 – 2010. He also served as the Consultant Editor of Gerodontology, as well as the Treasurer and Secretary to GORG, IADR and Editor of the GORG IADR newsletter. He has served as Senior Lecturer in Conservative Dentistry and Hon. Consultant in Restorative Dentistry and Postgraduate Course Organiser for the University of London where he was full-time for 20 years (1980 – 2000). He was awarded a total of 94 research grants, totalling around 5 million pounds and has more than 500 publications, including chapters in books and referred abstracts. During his career, Professor Edward Lynch has successfully supervised more than fifty MSc, MPhil and PhD students and he has been awarded many prizes for his research. He is also a specialist in 3 disciplines, Endodontics, Prosthodontics and Restorative Dentistry as well as being a BUPA Consultant in Oral Surgery and presents at many prestigious postgraduate courses worldwide each year.

He is a Consultant to the ADA, a spokesperson for the BDA, a Scientific board member of the International Health Care Foundation and ISBOR, is on the editorial board of numerous International Journals and has spent decades as very much a “wet gloved” academic treating many specialist referrals every week, previously in the Royal Victoria Hospital as well as in Saint Bartholomew’s and the Royal London Hospitals. He has edited the Quintessence book entitled “Ozone – The Revolution in Dentistry” ISBN 18-5097-08-82. He is also the Chairman of the European Experts group on Tooth Whitening and is actively seeking to change EU legislation to legalise Home Bleaching. He has presented to the EU parliament on 2 occasions on tooth whitening. In the past 12 years, his research team has been honoured ten times by being awarded first prizes at the annual meeting of the International Association for Dental Research including a 2012 IADR first prize for one of his MSc students Diarmuid Buckley in Warwick Dentistry. In addition in 2010 he has been elected the 2011 President of GORG in the International Association for Dental Research and in 2012 he has also been elected as the next President of the Pharmacology, Therapeutics and Toxicology (PTT) Research Groups in the International Association for Dental Research. In addition, Edward was elected to represent the Geriatric Oral Research Group on the Council of IADR from 2013 and he represented PTT on the IADR Council in 2012. He has also been elected as the Regent for Europe for the prestigious Fellowship of the Academy for Dento-Facial Esthetics.

He has also been accredited in October 2010 with the prestigious membership of The American Society for Dental Aesthetics and has been awarded the 2010 Outstanding Achievement Award at the Dentistry Awards (Dentistry, 13 January 2011). On 16 Oct 2012 he was awarded the Fellowship of The American Society for Dental Aesthetics and is the first UK Dentist to ever achieve this prestigious Fellowship. On 10 Feb 2013 he was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award for Services to Research and Teaching at the prestigious IAOHD Dentistry conference in Las Vegas.

Dr Amit Patel

BDS MSc MClinDent FDS R.C.S.Ed M.R.D R.C.S. Eng Specialist in Periodontics & Implant Dentist

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Amit Patel is a Specialist in Periodontics practising at Birmingham Dental Specialists. His special interests are dental implants, regenerative and aesthetic Periodontics.

Amit graduated from the University of Liverpool and completed a 4 year specialist training programme in Periodontics at Guy’s, King’s & St Thomas’ Dental Institute. Amit was also an Associate Specialist in Periodontics at The Birmingham Dental School and still continues to teach the MSc students as a Honorary Clinical Lecturer. Amit has published articles and chapters in various books in the field of Periodontics. He has taught at undergraduate and postgraduate level, including lecturing to dental practitioners both in the UK and internationally.

Prof. James Prichard

BDS(ULond); MSc(ULond); LDSRCS(Eng); MFGDP(UK); FIADFE(USA); AFHEA(UK)

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Visiting Professor and Programme Leader, MClinDent in Endodontology at BPP University working with the City of London Dental School.

Professor Prichard is a renowned teacher in Endodontics, delivering hands on courses, lectures and seminars throughout the UK and overseas. He has held the posts of Associate Clinical Teacher, Clinical Teaching Fellow and Clinical Supervisor in Endodontics on the Masters Programme at The University of Warwick prior to joining BPP University in London as Visiting Professor and Programme leader for the MClinDent in Endodontology. He has published in the scientific journals including the International Endodontic Journal, The British Dental Journal and Endodontic Practice.

He has lectured at several conferences including the British Dental Association annual meeting and the British Academy of Restorative Dentistry. Subsequent to his qualification in 1994 James established a successful endodontic referral practice in his home town of Coventry and, after relocating to North Devon with his family in 2013, takes endodontic referrals from dentists in the South West of England. James is a Key Opinion Leader for several endodontic companies and has demonstrated the latest advances in endodontic technology for Schottlander and FKG Dentaire at the Dental Showcases and Dentistry Show since 2004. He gained his Masters Degree (MSc) in Restorative Dental Practice with distinction for his dissertation which he completed at The Eastman Dental Institute in London. He has been awarded a Fellowship from the International Academy of Dental Facial Esthetics in New York and has recently gained his Associate Fellowship from the Higher Education Authority as part of a post-graduate teaching certificate in professional education.

Dr Elaine Halley

BDS, M.Sc (Advanced Cosmetic Dentistry)

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Principal Dentist at Cherrybank Dental Spa

Dr Elaine Halley graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 1992 and with more than 20 years experience as a general dentist with a special interest in cosmetic and advanced restorative dentistry and facial aesthetics. She treats patients from across Scotland and the UK at her private practices, Cherrybank Dental Spa in Perth and Edinburgh.

Dr Halley was President of the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry in 2008-2009 achieved Accreditation in 2010. Her main interest is cosmetic and advanced restorative dentistry and she has studied extensively in the United States, Europe and the UK. In 2012 she was awarded a Masters degree in Aesthetic and Restorative Dentistry with distinction from the University of Manchester.

Dr Halley serves on the editorial board for the leading trade magazines, Private Dentistry and Aesthetic Dentistry Today, and is a member of the judging panel for the Scottish Dental Awards sponsored by FMC. Her work has been widely featured in the media including Top Sante, Radio 4 and STV.

She has been working with Christian Coachman and Digital Smile Design since 2012 and is a Master Clinician and an Instructor for Digital Smile Design. Her clinics are built around the DSD concept which has improved both treatment planning and case acceptance.
She has authored numerous articles on subjects ranging from clinical case studies to practice management and Implementing DSD and lectures frequently on these subjects. She has lectured and taught on many hands-on programs throughout the UK and abroad.

Dr Adam Toft

BSc (Hons), BDS (Hons), MFGDP (UK), MMedSci (Rest Dent), Dip Aesth (BARD) FBARD PGCertEd (Sheffield)

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Dr Adam S. Toft qualified in 1995 with Honours from Sheffield University, having already gained a chemistry degree in Bangor, Wales. Since qualifying he has been interested in all aspects of dentistry, especially orthodontics, restorative and cosmetic dentistry.

Adam has completed a 2 year postgraduate orthodontic course and a 4 year placement at the Royal Hospital, Chesterfield as a clinical assistant in the Orthodontic Department. He enjoys attending postgraduate courses and has been a vocational trainer for newly-qualified dentists over a number of years.

Adam has completed a 1 year Certificate course in Restorative Dentistry in Manchester as well as a yearlong Certificate in Practical and Aesthetic Dentistry with Tipton training in the mid 2000’s.

Furthermore, in order to offer his patients the very best in Aesthetic Dentistry, Adam has also recently completed an MMedSci Course at Sheffield University. He studied part–time over two years and has been learning and carrying out the very latest in adhesive and cosmetic dentistry.

He has taught as a part–time clinical tutor at Sheffield’s Charles Clifford Dental Hospital where he helped to supervise and tutor final year dental students. He is also one of the lecturers for Tipton Training where he lectures on the restorative, practical and aesthetic courses.

He is a founding committee member of the British Academy of Restorative Dentistry (BARD) and also a member of the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (BACD).

Dr. Timothy Eldridge

BDS

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Since qualifying in Dentistry from Birmingham University, Dr Tim Eldridge has gained a wealth of experience in multidisciplinary practices. Early in his career Tim learned from leading clinicians how to integrate and implement non-surgical cosmetic treatments into the dental practice.

In 2009 Tim, along with his wife Lydia, founded myFACE dentistry and facial aesthetics in Cheltenham, and is the principal dentist. Today Tim spends the majority of his time in practice combining non-surgical treatments with cosmetic dentistry.

Being a full member of the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Tim keeps up to date with the latest techniques. Currently Tim is chairman of CODE and is their facial aesthetics trainer and lecturer. Over the past few years Tim has trained hundreds of Dentists, Doctors, Therapists, Hygienists and registered medical nurses in this field both nationally and internationally. He has also lectured in facial aesthetics on some of the leading dental restorative courses, and has written articles for the dental press.

Dr. James Russell

BDS

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James was awarded the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (BACD) Accreditation “in recognition of excellence in cosmetic dentistry” in 2008. He is still the youngest dentist to achieve this.

James’ work has been widely published in the dental press and he regularly lectures to dentists both in the UK and abroad

He helped develop new techniques with the Inman Aligner to promote the provision of minimally invasive cosmetic dentistry and anterior alignment orthodontics.

His opinions and skills are heavily featured in magazines, on radio and since 2009 James has been the dental expert providing advice and treatment on Channel 4’s highly popular, BAFTA winning, Embarrassing Bodies program.

James is a director of Inman Aligner Training, the official providers of the Inman Aligner Certification course.

My private income has dramatically increased, so much so that I have bought my own private practice. I am now one of the youngest private practice owners in the country, and I owe this to Tipton Training.
— Dr P Shah, 2017

After doing the both the Restorative and Aesthetic Courses I am now looking forward to the cases I used to run away from. The Courses turned Dentistry into an even more exciting job.
– P Alves, 2017

Prof Tipton and his team have been great once more after having done the Restorative and the Operative Dentistry course. The Aesthetic course takes dentistry to a whole new world and a completely different level. I would like to thank the Tipton Team for managing to build up the confidence that I was once lacking. Complex cases are now infinitely easier to identify and treat.
- T Papandreou, 2017

Who should do this course?

We believe this course is aimed at experienced dentists, wishing to improve their clinical work and invest more knowledge into the understanding of smile design, facial aesthetics and the use of digital tools to design the perfect smile. If you are an independent dentist with a good understanding of Occlusion, treatment planning and tooth preparation or a Tipton Training Alumni who has done any one of the PG Certificate in Restorative Dentistry or the PG Certificate in Operative Dentistry then this course will help you deliver Aesthetic treatments your patients aspire to receive.

I am confused about which course will suit be best. Can you tell me the difference between the PG Certification in Restorative Dentistry and PG Certification in Cosmetic & Aesthetic Dentistry?

The Aesthetic and Cosmetic Course is an advanced course for dentists who are looking to carry out more private and advance dental work such as Digital and Smile Design Improvement. The Restorative Course is aimed at dentists looking to explore occlusion and stabilisation techniques to improve their general dentistry.

How much practical work is involved?

The Cosmetic and Aesthetic course consists of a mix of lectures, demonstrations and practical sessions. It is 50% theory and 50% practical.

How much reading is involved?

The theory is based on reading material provided to within your online platform login up to 4 weeks prior to a specific course day. All scientific journals are hand-picked by the team and are essential in developing your knowledge within specific topics. Reading material is required specifically for Unit 1. Professor Tipton may refer back to specific points within the reading so it is important to make sure you are up to date.

Are there any additional course costs?

There are no additional costs on the PG Certificate in Aesthetic Dentistry.

What is covered in the course fees?

We provide you with the models for diagnostic waxing days (Unit 2). Also, included is the Toxin and Filler material required to practice on your patients. A light lunch and refreshments will be available. Whilst we try to accommodate any dietary requirements, we cannot always guarantee.

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