Mini Implant Advanced Course - October 19, 2024 - Birmingham

Mini Implant Advanced Course - October 19, 2024 - Birmingham


Led By | Dr Richard Cousley
Date | Saturday 19th October 2024
Venue | Matthew Boulton College
               1 Jennens Rd,
               Birmingham B4 7PS
CPD | 7 CPD Points 
Cost | £650 + VAT
Suitable for  | 
  • Specialist Orthodontists who regularly use Mini Implants in their current treatment plans and are looking to advance their knowledge
  • Clinicians who regularly use Mini Implants in their current treatment plans and are looking to advance their knowledge

Over the years, the Infinitas course has helped many orthodontists to successfully integrate skeletal anchorage into their clinical practice; and received consistently excellent feedback. This new ‘Advanced’ course will take your knowledge and aspirations onto the next level, with a focus on 3D planning, complex biomechanics and palatal appliances including 3D printed metal expanders.


Commencing in 2024, this brand new one-day course includes lectures and supporting practicals on:

  • CAD-CAM planning for mini-implant insertion, including the one-visit protocol (how to go from a digital model to both appliance fitting and mini-implant insertion in a single appointment)
  • An update on advanced buccal biomechanics
  • Molar intrusion treatment for anterior openbite cases
  • Mid-palate mechanics for molar distalisation & mesialisation (protraction)
  • Maxillary skeletal expansion
  • Orthognathic applications


About the Course Lecturer

Richard is widely regarded as an expert in both orthodontic skeletal anchorage, and in 3D software and printing applications in clinical orthodontics. He developed the InfinitasTM mini-implant system (in 2007) which is the most widely used bone anchor in the UK and currently sold in over 50 countries. He has authored over 40 peer-reviewed clinical and research papers, plus two editions of his textbook: ‘The Orthodontic Mini-implant Clinical Handbook’.  Richard created a clinical protocol for (palatal alveolar) mini-implant assisted molar intrusion and established the UK’s leading one-day hands-on mini-implant teaching course. He has lectured across the world on mini-implants and more recently on 3D printing in orthodontics.


Richard was a NHS hospital-based consultant orthodontist in Peterborough, 2001-2017, with a large orthognathic and complex caseload. In 2018 he created the Priestgate Clinic, a bespoke multi-disciplinary clinic, in order to concentrate on patient-focussed services, clinical efficiency and the integration of rapidly evolving 3D imaging and digital technologies. This has resulted in recent innovations such as CAD-CAM mini-implant stents, virtual orthognathic wafer preparation and the digital Twin Block appliance.


Richard has also acted as an associate editor for the Journal of Orthodontics, a referee for eight orthodontic journals, and a Royal College of Surgeons (England) examiner for the Membership in Orthodontics (Morth) specialist qualifying examination. He’s a member of the American Association of Orthodontists, the British Orthodontic Society, the Royal College of Surgeons of England (Faculty of Dental Surgery) and the World Federation of Orthodontists.

Regular price £650.00

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Mini Implant Advanced Course - October 19, 2024 - Birmingham

From our customers


“Excellent content, great speaker, excellent hands-on experience on the IPR system and useful clinical tips. Really good detailed presentation and super informative handout. Great Course - Would highly recommend.”

Dr. Kamalijeet Kalsi

“Very informative and knowledgeable, Very good presentation and delivery, Learnt a lot in today’s course.”


“Superb, very well explained liked the structure; theory, practice and cases. Fantastic course! Very polished and delivered with passion and conviction. This is a very safe, idiot proof technique.”

Surendra Patel

“Provided a safe, systematic way to provide IPR. Arti and the reps provided close supervision and time for individual questions. The IPR is quite intuitive to use and with explanations, simple to learn. Liked the contraindications to IPR and the systematic handout”

Sunil Patel
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