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Hands-On Prosthodontics: A Must-Attend Course for Dentists Australia-Wide


This supercharged Australian Hands-On course is coming to Melbourne on Saturday 29th April. If you want to upskill your prosthodontics knowledge and skills, earn 7 CPD points, network with other like-minded dental professionals and learn from an experienced prosthodontist with years of knowledge to share - then this dental course is for you!

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Course Topics We Will Cover To Enhance Your Dental Skills

This prosthodontics course covers the essentials of crown preparation design for molars, premolars and incisors, and when to use PFM, Zirconia and Emax materials. In addition to theory, there will be hands-on components where you will learn to prepare a 3/4 zirconia crown, MOD lithium Disilicate Onlay and an Emax crown preparation of #11.


Whether you are a beginner or an experienced dentist, this course will benefit your dental skills, teaching skills and your dental practice as a whole.


What Do You Gain From Attending This Essential Hands-On Course?

As a dental professional, it's important to keep your skills up-to-date and stay on top of the latest trends and techniques. But how do you do that? One of the most effective ways is by attending hands-on courses. These courses provide you with the opportunity to learn new skills, practice techniques, and gain valuable knowledge that will set you apart from your peers.


Here's why hands-on courses by AHC are advantageous for you, your peers and team members and your dental practice:


Practical Experience

One of the biggest advantages of hands-on courses is that they provide practical experience. Instead of just learning theory, you get the chance to practice techniques and procedures on real patients or models. This hands-on experience is invaluable as it allows you to develop your skills, gain confidence, and improve your overall performance.

Networking

Another significant benefit of hands-on courses is the opportunity to network with other dental professionals. You can learn from their experiences and share your own, building relationships and connections that can help you grow your business.

CPD Points

Many hands-on courses provide Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points. These points are essential for maintaining your dental registration and demonstrating your commitment to ongoing learning and development. Our prosthodontics course offers dental professionals 7 CPD points to maintain the standard requirements in the field.

Improved Patient Outcomes

Hands-on courses are focused on improving patient outcomes. By learning new skills and techniques, you can provide your patients with better care and achieve better results. This not only benefits your patients but also your business as it can lead to increased patient satisfaction, referrals, and revenue.


Competitive Edge

Finally, attending hands-on courses can give you a competitive edge. By staying up-to-date with the latest techniques and procedures, you can differentiate yourself from your competitors and position your business as a leader in the industry.


Invest In Your Future with the Essentials of Prosthodontics - A Hands-On Course by AHC

Hands-on courses are an excellent investment for dental professionals who want to upgrade their skills and take their business to the next level. If you want to stay ahead of the curve, register today for the Essentials of Prosthodontics on April 29th in Melbourne and take your skills and business to new heights.


Can't make it to Melbourne for this event? Don't worry, we'll be running this prosthodontics course again in Brisbane on 16th June - so save the date now!

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