Complete Composites
 Seminar & hands-on course

with Professor Brian Millar

Wed 7th Dec 2016, 9am - 5pm

Ghyll Manor Hotel & Restaurant,

High Street,


West Sussex,

RH12 4PX

Aims and objectives

  • To understand how to manipulate composite in both direct and indirect situations
  • To apply principles of smile design
  • To provide clinical tips on achieving the best restorative results
  • To cover the use of provisional restorations and their benefit in designing and testing aesthetic and function
  • To understand the various impression techniques in overcoming difficult clinical situations

7 hrs verifiable CPD

Delegate fee:

£169 +VAT Early Bird

£219 +VAT After 16th November

ICP Delegate fee:

£149 +VAT Early Bird

£199 +VAT After 16th November


Abigail Lock

Tel: 01444 235486 ext. 226

The presenter

Professor Brian Millar
BDS (Dundee) FDSRCS(Eng) PhD (Lon) FHEA

Professor of Blended Learning in
Dentistry at King’s College London
and NHS Consultant in Restorative
Dentistry at the King’s College London Dental Institute at Guy’s,
King’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals Specialist in Prosthodontics and in
Restorative Dentistry.

Programme Director for the internationally popular MClinDent (Fixed & Removable Prosthodontics) and in the past set up the highly successful MSc programmes in Aesthetic Dentistry and also Advanced General Dental Practice by blended learning at the KCL Dental Institute.

Over 35 years experience in clinical
practice and currently an active
specialist clinician in both hospital
and private practice, particularly
in treating tooth wear, aesthetic
and occlusal problems utilising MI
philosophies where possible.
Experienced teacher to undergraduates and postgraduates
and well-known provider of postgraduate education nationally
and internationally at conferences
through lectures, seminars, webinars
and hands-on courses.

Published over 180 papers, supervised over 200 PhD and Masters students, involved in setting up MOOCs with over 20,000 students. As well as the silencing the dental drill, research includes management of occlusal problems using MI techniques, bringing together aesthetics and function with a focus on tooth preservation.