Visit Belgium and learn all about GC’s Initial LiSi and LiSi Press from Mark Bladen
As part of GC’s Initial 15years celebrations, Mark Bladen and Ketil Sørensen will be teaching dental technicians how to achieve optimum results with GC’s Initial and Initial Press using a multiple approach with predictable and reproducible results on a two-day course that is being held at GC’s state-of-the-art Training Centre in Leuven, Belgium on the 12th and 13th July 2018.
During the two-day course Mark Bladen and Ketil Sørensen will give a lecture on the philosophy of Initial LiSi Ceramic and LiSi Press, followed by demonstrations on multiple practical and hands-on cases.
The course will start with a lecture presenting the experience of Mark and Ketil with Initial LiSi Ceramic and LiSi Press. A practical two-day course will follow, covering multiple unit cases and utilising many different ways of press design – reduced copings, dentine cutback, facial cutbacks and monolithic crowns incorporating the lustre paste system. On completion, the participants will have a resin study model which will showcase the full Initial LiSi system.
Mark Bladen is a dental technician with over 30-years-experience in many aspects of dental technology. He runs his own laboratory in Worcester, specialising in ceramics and implant work. He has demonstrated all over the world, has run numerous courses and has had articles published in many of the major dental publications.
Ketil Sørensen, is a dental technician from Denmark. After starting in a small laboratory, then working in progressively larger laboratories, he started his own lab, Dentolab, in 2007. Dentolab specialises in new technologies such as CAD/CAM, 3D printing, and bigger implant restorations. Ketil has been running courses in advanced aesthetic ceramic layering all over Denmark and his work has been published in dental publications worldwide.
The course will be conducted in English. The Course fee is €650 (including one night’s hotel accommodation, a dinner, two lunches and coffee breaks). With only12 places available registration will be on a strictly first come first served basis.