Restore for success with an Implant Restorative Course

By Paul Swanson

9th January 2021

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If you’re thinking of offering dental implants in your practice instead of referring patients, then getting involved in the restorative aspect with an Implant Restorative Course can be a great place to start.

As the demand for implant dentistry continues to rise, dentists who are not prepared to manage their delivery and maintenance may well miss out in terms of career progression and satisfaction. And the likelihood is that if you refer or are considering offering dental implant treatment internally then you will need to know how to restore and maintain dental implants with confidence.

Pitched at beginner level, Paul Swanson’s two-day fully comprehensive Implant Restorative Course has been designed to equip delegates with the ability to confidently restore a single implant restoration from start to finish. Taking place at the Independent Dental Education Academy Liverpool (IDEAL) and with 14 hours of CPD, delegates will have the opportunity to develop their restorative skills and increase their knowledge and understanding of how to manage the restorative procedure.

The course will bring a greater awareness of multiple unit restorations including more complex cases such as full-arch restorations. Although, the focus will remain around ensuring delegates feel confident and competent in restoring single implants. There will also be a chance to attend interactive hands-on workshops and witness live surgical demonstrations.

Getting involved with straightforward implant cases can help strengthen patient relationships and enhance practice reputation. If you already have a connection with your patient, providing implant treatments and ongoing care within your own practice can only be a positive thing and will only help grow their trust in you.

To begin your journey into the rewarding aspect of restoring and maintaining dental implants, sign up to the Implant Restorative Course by clicking here.


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Following his qualification from the University of Liverpool in 2000 Paul continued his studies and obtained a Diploma in General Practice from the Royal College of Surgeons in 2003 and also completed the Diploma in Dental Implantology in 2008. This is the highest level of Implant training available in the U.K. and is a qualification held by only 50 dentists. Paul has additional qualifications allowing him to provide treatment with sedation which is invaluable when treating nervous patients. Paul accepts referrals from other practices across the city and also further afield for implant dentistry, showing the high regard in which he is held by his fellow dentists and also his patients. Paul is also employed by Liverpool University Dental Hospital where he helps train and mentor newly graduated dentists and more recently has also taken up a teaching post with the Royal College of Surgeons in London.

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