Infinitas Mini Implant Course - Londontranslation missing: en.products.general.regular_price
Led By | Dr Richard Cousley
Date | Friday 1st October
Venue | Royal London Hospital
CPD | 7 CPD Points
Cost | £450.00 + VAT
The Infinitas Mini Implant system represents a synthesis of this theoretical and practical experience, such that bone anchorage should be a simple and routine option for orthodontists and for many of your patients.
This well established course aims to equip the delegates with the essential theoretical and practical knowledge to easily begin using mini implant anchorage in clinical scenarios. The afternoon sessions also cover the latest advanced mini implant techniques (treatment planning and biomechanics), especially relating to palatal insertion sites and the treatment of anterior open bite cases.
- To critically appraise the literature evidence on factors affecting mini implant success rates and clinical techniques
- To explain the benefits and clinical usage of the Infinitas Mini Implant system
- To provide practical in vitro teaching on the use of the Infinitas system
- To provide a detailed appraisal of the treatment planning and biomechanics involved in the latest buccal and palatal site usage
- Powerarm traction, both direct & indirect anchorage, molar intrusion, molar distillation, expansion & orthognathic applications.
- To understand mini implant usage
- Be able to use the Infinitas Mini Implant system
- 7 hour session to receive 7 CPD points
The price includes the following:
- Typodont model with 2 mini implants to keep
- 2nd Edition of the Orthodontic Mini Implant Clinical Handbook by Dr Richard Cousley
- Handout & Reference material
- 7 hours of CPD with CPD Certificate
Dr Cousley is widely known in the UK and multiple other countries as an expert in orthodontic skeletal anchorage on the basis of his clinical innovations, publications and lecturing. He developed the InfinitasTM mini-implant system which is the most widely utilised TAD system in the UK as well as being used in over 50 other countries. In 2015, a commentator described him in the British Dental Journal as being ‘in the vanguard of this (orthodontic) revolution’.
Dr Cousley was a consultant orthodontist in the UK hospital service (at Peterborough City Hospital) from 2001 to 2017, during which time he managed a department and its dramatic transition from a unexceptional clinical facility to one of the most innovative, efficient and clinically productive departments in the UK. Consequently, he is one of the few consultants to have received a national Clinical Excellence Award, in 2011. He left the NHS consultant service in order to focus his energies on patient-focussed services, clinical efficiency and the integration of rapidly evolving technologies (3D scanning, and 3D printing of orthodontic appliances / surgical wafers).