Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Fellowship in Restorative Dentistry

MODULE 4
Orientation Week - 29 August 2022
 Module 4 - 12 weeks between 5 September and 25 November 2022*
*Dates are subject to change

Perform a Full Mouth Rehabilitation efficiently, effectively and in a way that is practical, possible and profitable in general practice

The importance of the bite


Maintaining or giving your patient a new bite position is the foundation of rehabilitative work.

Don't learn the importance of the bite the hard (expensive) way!

During this module you will learn crucial techniques for maintaining the bite and several different ways to increase vertical dimension.

This course will give you the skills and understanding of workflow and principles that will allow you to do Full Mouth Rehab. You get to GO CRAZY on models with no patient repercussions or consequence.

You will finish hours and hours of live hands-on work and have a better understanding of how to prep a full arch of crowns and acrylic, and create a full arch of temporaries. You will be faster, more confident and enjoy your dentistry more.

In this course, our Educators will show you a step by step approach to a full arch of crowns.

Hear about what you will learn in this course

Dr Lincoln Harris is the mastermind behind RipeGlobal and the unique teaching methods and curriculum for the Fellowship in Restorative Dentistry. 

In this video he explains some details on what you will learn.

Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Synopsis

Mastery of the first three modules brings the necessary skills required to achieve success in this most intensive and exciting module. Full mouth rehabilitation explores the numerous disciplines required by you to build the perfect full mouth rehabilitation that suits the patient’s needs.


Learners will master the step by step process of how to construct a full mouth rehabilitation, from consent to treatment, smile design, building temporaries, provisionals, mastering occlusion, and finally, implementation.

Outcomes

  • You will be able to effectively communicate with your patient about the many aspects of a full mouth rehabilitation.
  • You will master effective and efficient treatment planning, identify red flag patients, and manage, plan, open, and maintain the bite.
  • You will be able to identify the full mouth rehabilitation danger zone, and design post-rehabilitation care to avoid disaster.
  • You will feel confident in the multiple disciplines required to undertake the task of a full mouth rehabilitation.
  • You will feel confident obtaining informed consent, and discussing finances, risk management, legal obligations, consent and money with your patients.
  • You will confidently build temporaries, provisionals, and rehabilitate the full mouth.

Theory, Hands-on and Online Learning

  1. Case presentation - document and plan a case for full mouth rehabilitation. Building on everything you have learned up until this point, present a case that demonstrates your knowledge in planning, patient understanding, communication, material science, occlusion and preparation/bonding techniques in demonstrating this case.
  2. Planning and Communication - treatment planning, initial care, red flags, obvious traps in the planning of full mouth rehabilitations. 
  3. Occlusion for the full mouth rehabilitation - managing, planning, opening, and maintaining the bite.
  4. Occlusion for the full mouth rehabilitation - the danger zone
  5. Occlusion for the full mouth rehabilitation - design and post rehab care to avoid disaster
  6. Case planning exercises - We will provide you multiple complex cases to plan using multi-disciplinary techniques. Once planned, an interactive class will discuss and debate the treatments covering multiple issues. 
  7. Multidisciplinary treatment planning, treatment ordering, informed consent, finances.
  8. Risk management, legals and managing stress in yourself and in the patient
  9. Intense Hands-on - Prep full upper arch, maintain the bite, and make temporaries
  10. Intense Hands-on - Prep lower arch, maintain the bite, and make temporaries
  11. Pre theory exercise - Free hand build up of upper arch in wear case to learn the occlusion techniques, and anatomy of rehabilitation.
  12. Prepping a full arch cases, maintaining tissue control and getting perfect full arch impression or scans and impressions
  13. Step by step presentation covering the creation of perfect provisionals.
  14. Case presentation document and present the creation of full arch provisionals on a patient
  15. Cementation and bonding techniques for the full arch insertion. This will cover isolation, tissue control, moisture control, verification, fit checking, problem solving, and checking of all details around inserting full arch cases.
  16. Minimal intervention techniques for use in full arch rehabilitations. When to favour the tooth. When to favour the restoration. This presentation will cover decision making and fundamentals of deciding how to make cases more minimally invasive and when it might not be appropriate. 
  17. Case presentation FMR - one full mouth indirect rehabilitations
  18. Presentation - to class and critique of one full mouth rehabilitation The entire class will present a full mouth rehabilitation including all aspects of planning, communication, planning, preparation, impressions, lab communications, verification, insertion and final adjustments and control photos. The entire class will be involved in critique and debating techniques and approaches. 
  19. Final exam and graduation!

Simple and easy.

Delivered Virtually and 100% free from travel

Experience the Virtual Hands-on Learning Demo

Learn from the comfort of your own home or clinic

Your Full Mouth Rehabilitation Learning Hours

11 Hrs

Full Mouth Rehabilitation theory sessions
Recorded or Live

5 Hrs

Full Mouth Rehabilitation Live
Question & Answer Sessions 

12 Hrs

Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Live and Intensive  Hands-on Training

108 Hrs

Clinical case presentation, presentation, research and skill development

136

CE / CPD
CREDITS

*Approximate hours expected 

Assessment for the Fellowship in Restorative Dentistry

01

Assessment points that can be obtained for Full Mouth Rehabilitation module is 300 Points.


02

Assessment points are weighted by the amount of time required to complete the class/segment.

03

Assessment points are awarded for completing tasks,  exercises, case presentation or by the standard achieved.

04

The Fellowship will be awarded to learners who gained more than 700 points out of 1000.


The unique teaching methodology sets this course apart

RipeGlobal is revolutionising dental education, replacing the traditional theory-heavy system with a skills-focused curriculum which celebrates repetition under simulated conditions.

RipeGlobal is the first dental education provider to feature live virtual skills training and mentoring delivered using fail first training methodology

RipeGlobal has also integrated human factor training into our teaching program. When dentists are trained against exposure to stress, fatigue, unexpected and urgent conditions, your ability to produce quality outcomes under conditions similar to those in the clinic remains effective.

What previous attendees are saying about this course...

Dr Rohit Chaturvedi

"Multiple attempts at preps and get a real understanding of Full Arch"

Dr Linh Huang

"Confidence and no longer referring out Full Arch Cases"

Just a few of your educators...

The Fellowship in Restorative Dentistry has been carefully crafted by leading practitioners in this field.

Stay tuned for many  EXCITING WORLD CLASS educators being announced soon!

Vishal Gupta - India

Michael Frazis - Australia

Contact a Pathway Advisor

Phone:

Australia 1300 436 033

Canada +1 226 407 7473

Europe (Estonia) +372 602 6780

New Zealand +64 800 493 630

United Kingdom +44 7402 127 473

USA +1 517 888 7473

What previous attendees are saying about this course...

Skills for an excellent rehab...

"This course covers the fundamental skills required to do an excellence full mouth rehab. It is by no means easy, but very rewarding to know that it can change your patients' lives."

Dr Alex Tam

Dentist

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Very good hands-on teacher.

"Lincoln is a very good hands-on teacher. He makes it very easy to understand techniques and ensures we know why we are doing it a certain way which makes it easier to remember."

Dr Arun Gnanachelvan

Dentist

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Fail fast real learning...

"Real learning starts when things go wrong..it's amazing to see how he holds your hand in the most difficult phase of treatment and brings you out like nothing ever happened."

Dr Sonia Yadav

Dentist

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Consumables for the Full Mouth Rehabilitation Module

In most parts of the world, you can access these from your normal channels at lower cost than we can, even with sponsorship. To focus on our vision of making education more available and accessible, it is more efficient for you to acquire your own consumables.
We also want to avoid teaching you on a material that you will never use. We are happy for you to substitute your own brand if you prefer, as it is about technique more than materials.

Register your interest for individual courses

We have created the Fellowship as a logical learning sequence, and sold as a four module continuum. 

If there is any space in any of the modules, we can sell individual places.  However those doing the full course will be offered priority.

Please register your interest below and we will keep you updated if an individual module becomes available.  

The only course that will not be offered individually is Full Mouth Rehabilitation.  
This is only for those who have completed the first 3 modules (Anterior, Posterior and Quadrant, and Veneers and Aesthetics).

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