Dental nurses, do you want to get more involved in dental implant nursing? Then, this is the ideal course for you.
The role of the implant nurse is multi-faceted and demands a high level of technical and interpersonal skills. It’s for this reason, it is imperative to have the correct training and attend the right course if you are planning on becoming involved in implant dentistry.
Suitable for those with little to no experience in dental implant nursing, the Implant Workshop for Dental Nurses provides a comprehensive introduction through a series of interactive presentations and workshops to increase delegates knowledge and confidence in implant dentistry.
Upon completion of this course and in line with GDC guidelines, dental nurses will gain a further 6 hours CPD and increase their knowledge in:
Setting up the dental surgery
Hosted by Kasia Allen, who has trained close to a thousand dental nurses, either in-person or virtually, this workshop teaches delegates the key features of an implant and what makes for successful osseointegration. This course also covers basic facial anatomy and provides a better understanding of the patient selection and consultation process. In addition, delegates will learn the importance of their role in assisting the dentist with both pre-and post-op patient care and setting up the surgery with the correct instrumentation and equipment.
The implant nurses pre, intra- and post-operative involvement is crucial and cannot be underestimated. For those considering getting involved in implant nursing, it’s essential to understand how our involvement affects both the clinician and patient along the treatment journey, and how we can best advance our skills in this ever-evolving field of dentistry.
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