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27 Jul 2024

iTOP Introductory Course in the Winelands

09:00 - 15:00 English

Changing old school mind sets through oral health prevention

iTOP Introductory course is a one-day course intended for dental professionals. It provides practical knowledge for daily biofilm management and optimal patient motivation. The introductory programme explores the current shortcomings of daily dental prophylaxis and prophylactic education.

The introductory programme explores the current shortcomings of daily dental prophylaxis and prophylactic education. It teaches how to improve oral health by practising proper techniques and using the right oral hygiene tools.

At iTOP, we’re convinced you can’t learn the proper brushing technique from the book. That’s why we use the «Touch to Teach» method and put the right techniques into practice. Certified instructors will support you during the practice.

Programme

• Theoretical introduction about iTOP philosophy 

• Criteria for selecting oral hygiene tools and techniques

• Practical training in small groups: Touch to Teach, individual prophylaxis coaching by certified instructors



Learning Objectives

The iTOP Introductory Course is a one-day course intended for dental professionals. It provides practical knowledge for managing daily biofilm and optimal patient motivation. The introductory programme explores the current shortcomings of daily dental prophylaxis and prophylactic education.

Training Details

Where

South Africa

Protea Hotel Stellenbosch, Cape Town

Recommended for

Dental professionals

Level: iTOP Introductory

Event Type: iTOP Course

Tickets

350

Contact

natasha[at]primedental.co.za

www.curaden.co.za

0824141142

Meet our Speaker

  • Angelique Kearney
    Angelique Kearney
    RDH
    Angelique is a Dental Hygienist that qualified in 1991 at the University of Pretoria, South African and has a post-grad diploma in Health Sciences Education (2020) from the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits), Johannesburg. She works in private dental practice in Centurion, Gauteng, South Africa.