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Milling course (4 days)
Type:
Hands On - Personalized
Total duration:
4 Days
Course hours:
9:00 - 17:00
Languages:
English
Participant Limit:
2
Place:
Curitiba - Brazil
Instructor:
Frank Kaiser

The course is conducted in Frank Kaiser's Lab in Curitiba. It's a personalized course on clinical cases. Analysis and systematization of different international methods highlights the universal aspect of this course, which turns it into an international reference.

Content: This course includes a first theoretical part presenting the different methods to sort and understand the partial edentulous, as well as various methods to determine the insertion path. Then there is a detailed study of all the parts of a milling, Interlocks, channels, shoulders and stress arms. The second part is practice, the participants performs all laboratory procedures of a combined framework, with different millings in wax and metal, duplication, wax-up, casting and fitting of combined partial denture (polishing if there is enough time). We will detail all the products and equipment used during the course. The technical aspects, simple and practical of this course represents a useful update and improvements in terms of milling techniques.

Details: The price is per person including material and certificate. Meals, travel and other expenses are for the participant. Prepay the site at the time of booking. Possibility to bring your own clinical cases during the course, for planning or production. For maximum benefit, it is advisable to have a basic knowledge, or even working in that area. If you're interested in any other dates please enter your suggestions in the "Contact" section.
Price:  U$ 951.60

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Milling course (4 days)
Milling course (4 days)
Milling course (4 days)
Milling course (4 days)


This product was added to our catalog on Monday 21 December, 2009.