Train the trainer for indirect restorations with GC Europe

22 February, 2022 / infocus
 Will Peakin  

Today’s dental professionals are required to work at a fast pace and this is reflected in popular trends with monolithic and/or micro-layered restorations from lithium disilicate or zirconia clearly on the rise. CAD/CAM technology is also being utilised more often, in the lab as well as chairside, especially to provide single-visit dentistry. Even for luting, universal solutions without complex protocols are more in demand than ever.

In January, GC Europe hosted the 3rd ‘Train the trainer for indirect restorations‘ two-day course to bring together highly valued expert trainers and lecturers to provide delegates with new ways to complete their cases in the most efficient way. This year the event was inevitably held online.

A select group of renowned specialists in prosthetics joined the course. Prof. Dr. Marcio Vivan Cardoso (KU Leuven (University of Leuven), Belgium), presented an excellent update on the latest materials and trends and provided guidelines on modern preparation techniques, including digital solutions.

Dr Rumphorst gave a clear overview on good luting procedures to proceed with treatment. Nowadays, luting needs to be straightforward and easy to apply so universal solutions such as G-CEM ONE are an excellent way to meet this demand.

The course concluded with practical demos and case presentations from GC Europe’s education team, providing delegates with new insights and helpful tips to share with fellow dental professionals.

The dental profession is evolving fast and with that comes increased responsibility for everyone involved. Meeting these new demands requires continuous training and education and this is why GC regularly organises qualitative courses for dental professionals at its training centres across Europe and in the UK.

If you would like more information on all upcoming GC courses contact GC UK on 01908 218999, email or visit

Tags: GC Europe

Categories: News

Comments are closed here.

Scottish Dental magazine