Occlusion and Tooth Wear

Wednesday 20 March 2024

This course explores the critical role of occlusion in tooth wear, teaching you to identify contributing factors and their effects on occlusion. You’ll learn to meticulously document tooth wear and utilize case studies for practical diagnosis and planning of occlusal rehabilitation treatments, enhancing your clinical management skills.

Occlusion and Tooth Wear

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Course Aims & Objectives:

  • A simplified overview of occlusion and its potential role in tooth wear.
  • Other causes of tooth wear and its impact on occlusion.
  • Taking records and documenting on tooth wear.
  • Using example cases to examine, diagnose and start to plan options to rehabilitate.

Course Details

DateWednesday 20 March 2024
Time6:30pm - 8:30pm
VenueThe Training Room, Cirencester Dental Practice, The Old Post Office, 12 Castle Street, Cirencester, GL7 1QA
ContactTel: 01285 640248 / zoe@cirencesterdentalpractice.com
CDP2 hours verifiable
TutorsRoss Cutts
Dr Gavin Ho Fat
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Your Tutors

Ross Cutts - Dentist

Ross Cutts

Principal Dentist

BDS (Lond) Dip Imp Dent RCS (Eng) MClinDent Fixed and Removable Prosthodontics (KCL Lond) with Distinction

GDC No. 78162

Having Graduated from Guy’s Hospital, London in 2000, I am a dentist with Special Interests in Implant Dentistry and Advanced Restorative Procedures.

I began my Implant journey in 2003 and have subsequently attended extensive Higher Education across the United Kingdom, Europe and North America from the world leaders in Implant Dentistry.

I have been awarded the highly regarded Diploma in Implant Dentistry from the Royal College of Surgeons, London and have followed this by successfully gaining a Masters in Clinical Dentistry from Kings College London in Fixed and Removable Prosthodontics with distinction. This is my commitment to myself and my patients to ensure I can provide the broadest range of treatments available for maximum patient success.

I am a committed Fellow of the International Team for Implantology (ITI) –a past Study Club Director and Study Club Area Co-Ordinator for the UK and Ireland and remain a clinical mentor for this Worldwide Organisation.

I regularly hold educational courses, lecture nationwide and in Europe on a variety of topics at different educational levels, with a particular interest in Aesthetic Implant Dentistry. As well as educating others I am regularly asked to write up cases for Straumann and Botiss Worldwide Implant companies to demonstrate successful patient outcomes.

I accept referrals from colleagues for a variety of complicated clinical situations at both my Cirencester and Stow-on-the-Wold dental practices.

As well as being a fellow of the ITI (one of only 48 in the whole of UK and Ireland), I am also a member of the Association of Dental Implantology (ADI) and the Royal College of Surgeons (RCS). My commitment to Cosmetic / Aesthetic Dentistry maintains my Full Membership of the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (BACD).

Dr Gavin Ho Fat

Associate Dentist

BDS (Newcastle)

GDC No. 103457

Having graduated from Newcastle University in 2006 with a clinical distinction and an additional award for composites, Gavin spent 8 years in initially NHS and then fully private practice in London. In 2014, Gavin and his wife Kirsty decided to relocate to the Cotswolds, and he has been working at both Cirencester and Stow-on-the-Wold Dental Practices ever since.

Gavin has invested heavily in further post graduate education to deliver more complex techniques to achieve the best possible long term outcomes for his patients.

He has a specialised interest in dental implants and all aspects of complex restorative dentistry, and has developed extensively over the last 15 years – gaining lots of experience and clinical expertise in this highly demanding and complex field.

Gavin takes a holistic, multidisciplinary approach to treating his patients using the latest digital techniques.

He has a calm and sympathetic manner, and works very well with nervous patients. For very phobic patients who struggle with dental visits, Gavin works very regularly with our in-house Sedationist.

In addition to treating patients, Gavin is involved in delivering further education and training for other dentists to improve their knowledge and clinical skills in implants, surgery and restorative dentistry.

Outside of dentistry, Gavin has a keen interest in travel, sport and food. In a former life, he was a regular snowboarder, cycled Lands End to John O’Groats, ran a sub-4 hour marathon and enjoyed travelling the world. However, Gavin and his wife’s time is now spent mostly juggling family life with 4 young children and a dog.