NSK Ikigai workshops at the Scottish Dental Show 2024

Led by Siobhan Kelleher, Lauren Long and Tracy Doole

26 March, 2024 / infocus
 Will Peakin  

The Scottish Dental Show is set to host an engaging series of hands-on workshops over the two days, hosted by NSK Ikigai.

This comprehensive programme delves into crucial topics designed to enhance dental hygiene practices and patient care. The workshops will spotlight techniques in piezon scaling, discussing the approach to dental biofilm and calculus removal. Attendees will gain insights into technique and tip selection, ensuring optimal patient comfort and effective treatment outcomes.

The sessions will also explore the latest advancements in air polishing, an increasingly widely used modality in periodontal care. Participants will discover innovative techniques for stain removal and biofilm management, which can be implemented into their everyday practice.

The NSK Ikigai workshops promise to be an invaluable educational experience

Composite maintenance will also be a focal point, addressing the intricate care required for dental restorations. Attendees will learn best practices for preserving composite integrity, prolonging restoration lifespan, and ensuring patient satisfaction.

Additionally, the workshops will offer insight into implant maintenance strategies, vital for their longevity and success. Attendees will be introduced to implant care protocols, peri-implant tissue management, and troubleshooting common implant-related issues.

Led by Siobhan Kelleher, Lauren Long and Tracy Doole, these workshops offer a unique opportunity for dental professionals to refine their skills, stay abreast of emerging trends, and elevate the quality of care provided to patients.

Whether participants are seasoned practitioners or recent graduates, the NSK Ikigai workshops promise to be an invaluable educational experience, empowering attendees to deliver exceptional patient care with confidence and proficiency.

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Tags: biofilm / calculus / Hygenists / NSK / scaling

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