Composites & Amalgams
23rd March 2012
Wirral Postgraduate Medical Centre
Course organiser DFT adviser Martin Woodhead
An enjoyable practical course day.
To get the most out of this enjoyable practical course day pleaseÂ endeavorÂ to bring along the following dental kit:
- A curing light
- Some composite material â€“ any shade, out of date materials are fine
- A probe, a pair of tweezers
- Your preferred composite and amalgam instruments, e.g. a wards carver
- Your rubber dam kit â€“ dam, punch, frame, clamps and forceps
- Your prepared plastic teeth!
A note on curing lights
We will have 3 with us, to get the most out of the day please try to bring one.
Â Optional kit
If you own magnification loupes or a clinical camera please bring them.
Customise this course day
I would like to make sure you get the most out of this training day. If there are any aspects of operative dentistry that you would like me to specifically cover please email the topics to me using our contact form.
If you have any restorative, periodontal, endodontic cases, models, radiographs or prosthetic work at any stage of completion please feel free to bring these along to discuss as a group.
We look forward to meeting you on the day, any problems please email me and we will do our best to make sure you have everything you need on the day.
I look forward to meeting you in person.
Kind regards Peter