When: 2nd, 3rd and 4th February 2018
Delegates will learn to develop their artistic capability to evaluate the tension and the balance between the teeth and the patient’s overall facial appearance. The aim is to enable delegates to visualise the whole face rather than just the teeth. Delegates will gain the knowledge to under-stand psychology of perception to their daily practice to achieve aesthetic harmony, relieving tension between the smile and face. Delegates will gain the ability to see what is harmonious and what in tension. This allow a better un-derstanding of patient’s needs and this in turn will allow minor, subtle changes to made that make a big difference. This creativity will helpful not only on a work-ing level but even on the private one using new thinking process and the brain in its fully integrity.