Dr Ian Buckle & Dr John Cranham's treatment planning workshop revealed
Dr John Cranham & Dr Ian Buckle
Both educators within The Dawson Academy, a world-famous continuing educational facility based in Florida, Ian Buckle and John Cranham come together for the second time at Dentistry 17: Stars of Dentistry this summer to present their lectures and workshops on treatment planning.
Dr Cranham, an honours graduate from the Medical College of Virginia, is an internationally recognised speaker on the aesthetic principles of smile design, contemporary occlusal concepts, treatment planning, restoration selection, digital photography and laboratory communication. Acting Clinical Director at The Dawson Academy, Dr Cranham has been involved with many of the courses and provides continuing education to dental professionals across the globe.
Dr Buckle, qualifying from Liverpool University in 1985, is a senior faculty leader of The Dawson Academy UK. He teaches dentists around the world the foundations of ‘complete dentistry’ as taught by The Dawson Academy founder, Pete Dawson, and is involved directly with the hands-on courses of the core curriculum, seminars and study clubs, and provides continuing education to dental professionals across Europe.
The workshop: Treatment planning complex cases
As well as presenting a lecture together entitled 'The interdisciplinary dentistry dilemma, are we speaking the same language?", Dr Cranham and Dr Buckle come together to host an intimate workshop for up to 20 people.
The session is designed to build on the principles and concepts taught in the opening lecture by providing practical solutions for larger cases and more complex treatment.
Based on the patient’s needs and expectations, comprehensive treatment planning and sequencing often requires that treatment be phased over time. At the same time we do not want to compromise the end result.
John and Ian will describe a step by step process that allows cases to planned systematically, how and when to communicate with specialists and how to monitor and control the progress of your cases to obtain optimum results.
You will learn:
The importance of shared treatment goals
How to plan cases for optimum function and aesthetics
How to develop a schedule for treatment that suits the patient and you
The use of transitional restorations
The keys to long term success
You are invited to bring along your own cases to go through the process and develop a treatment plan. You will need to bring photos, brief case history and models if possible.
This workshop takes place at 11:10 - 12:25 and 14:45 - 16:00 and is available to attendees of Dentistry 17: Stars of Dentistry at an additional cost of £99 + VAT. Unfortunately places are extremely limited to 20 people, so book ASAP to avoid dissappointment.