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Mastering Full Removable Dentures: Theory and Practice

Unlock the art and science of perfecting full removable dentures with our comprehensive course blending theory and hands-on practice. Join us to elevate your skills and confidently deliver exceptional dental care in the world of removable prosthetics. 10 hours verifiable CPD. In English.

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Mastering Full Removable Dentures: Theory and Practice
Mastering Full Removable Dentures: Theory and Practice

Time & Location

24 Apr 2024, 19:30 – 21:00

London, Bexley Rd, London SE9 2PH, UK

About the Event

Course Brief Summary:

This hybrid course offers both theoretical understanding and practical application of full removable denture procedures. Through a series of online sessions and hands-on practice in a dental practice in London, participants will learn about examinations, denture design, impression materials, tray specifications, adjustments, communication with technicians, adaptations, and relining techniques. The course aims to equip participants with comprehensive knowledge and practical skills necessary for proficiently handling full removable denture cases.


To provide a thorough understanding of the theoretical principles underlying full removable dentures.

To develop practical skills in impression-taking techniques and other essential procedures related to full removable dentures.

To enhance communication abilities with patients and dental technicians.

To equip participants with the knowledge and skills to identify and manage complications associated with full removable dentures.


To familiarize participants with examination protocols and indications for full removable dentures.

To introduce participants to various denture design concepts and considerations.

To explore different impression materials and their applications in denture construction.

To educate participants on the types and specifications of trays used in denture impressions.

To provide strategies for managing complications and making necessary adjustments to dentures.

To facilitate effective communication between participants and dental technicians.

To guide participants in adapting dentures to meet individual patient needs.

To teach participants the process of relining dentures for optimal fit and comfort.

Learning Outcomes:

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

Perform thorough examinations and assessments to determine the need for full removable dentures.

Design appropriate dentures tailored to individual patient requirements.

Select and utilize impression materials effectively for accurate denture fabrication.

Choose suitable trays and understand their specifications for optimal impression-taking.

Identify and address common complications associated with full removable dentures.

Communicate effectively with both patients and dental technicians throughout the denture process.

Adapt dentures to accommodate patient-specific anatomical features and functional requirements.

Perform relining procedures to ensure optimal fit and comfort of dentures.


Theory (Hybrid – all Theory sessions starts at 19:30 London Time Zone):

Session 1: Examinations, Indications, and Communications - 1 hour Monday 8th April

Session 2: Denture Design - 0.5 hour – Thursday 11thApril

Session 3: Impression Materials - 0.5 hour – Thursday 11thApril

Session 4: Trays - Types and Specifications - 0.5 hour – Wednesday 17th April

Session 5: Complications and Adjustments - 1 hour – Wednesday 24th May.

Session 6: Communication with Technicians - 0.5 hour - Wednesday 24th May.

Session 7: Adaptations - 0.5 hour - Thursday 2ndMay

Session 8: Relining - 1 hour - Thursday 2nd May

Practical (In London Practice):

Session 9: Taking Impressions Techniques - 4 hours / 5thJune

Test: Evaluation - 0.5 hour

CPD Hours:

10 h

Subject areas:

Treatment planning, patient exam, diagnosis & management (A, B, C)

Pre-course material:

No pre-course reading material is required.


Should you have any enquiry regarding this course please contact:


Dr Ali Nankali is a Clinical Reader in Digital Dentistry in Teaching and Innovation (Adult Oral Health) Centre in the Barts and the London Medical and Dental School. In 1998, he took a keen interest in Restorative Dentistry, which led him to commence his extensive research on application of post/cores and a number of novel inventions including Nankali Post System, Nankali bur and new classifications.

Dr Nankali was awarded his PhD in 2004 by National Medical University (NMU) in Kiev, Ukraine where he registered as a Specialist / Consultant in Prosthodontics. Furthermore, his Engineering background in addition to his Prosthetics and Maxillofacial clinical experiences helped him in achieving ground-breaking outcomes on his researches related to distribution of masticatory force and mechanical strength of teeth's hard tissues that brought him to the attention of the scientific community.

At his current position, Dr Nankali is involved with undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD students as well as regularly running CPD courses and conferences.


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    This is for full course, theory and practical parts. 10 Hours Certificate. Tickets are none-refundable.

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