If you would really like to have a committed team then upskilling your nurses is the way to do it! One way is to look at impression and photography training for your dental nurses.
A highly trained team is the best asset a dentist can have, reducing both workload and stress levels.
GDC dental nurses can now be trained to take impressions under the prescription of a dentist, which means we have dental nurses running their own records clinics in practices.
We can teach your dental nurses how to take alginate and silicone impressions, and basic bite records all in one day, in your practice!
We pride ourselves on developing the skill set of your dental nurses so they can work under the prescription of the dentist.
Records clinics work well for general practices that offer GDP orthodontics. If your dental nurses had a session a week for their own patients this would result in high morale and often quicker appointments for patients.
When your dental nurses are carrying out these procedures the dentist does not have to be present. This does not mean they can have a cup of tea!
Using your dental nurses in this way works well for all practices offering orthodontics or GDP orthodontic systems. This also is proven to increase dentists hourly rate as they are able to schedule more complex treatments in replacement of records appointments.
If you wish for your nurses to learn impression taking skills only our one day course might be the best option for you.
Learn how to take alginate impressions in one day!
The Advanced Course is suited to Registered Dental Nurses who aspire to treat patients directly and take impressions under the prescription of a registered dentist or clinical dental technician.
You will be learning how to take alginate impressions for the following applications;
We also teach you how to complete a record of experience, how to grade your impressions and how to gain a certificate of competency in advanced impression taking.
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