The Last Occlusion Seminar You Will Ever Need - Training Course (1-day, Leeds)

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Friday 18th October 2024


Learn how to protect your patients and the dentistry you do for them from the destructive forces that threaten them. Occlusion – from every day restorative therapy to treating the occlusal neurotic and the role of occlusion in orofacial pain, headache, and joint dysfunction.

Join Dr Barry Glassman on his only UK seminars in 2024!

Are you currently using conventional night guards or repositioning appliances to protect your patients whose diurnal and/or nocturnal activity is causing dental damage, threatening your dentistry, or contributing to pain or dysfunction?

Are you using SCi’s but wonder about why it is so effective or are the concerns about segmental appliances that are often expressed real?

When is an SCi contraindicated?

Dr Barry Glassman is an internationally recognised authority on occlusion and the role of parafunctional control in the protection of the forces that threaten our patients in so many ways. This course is suitable for any GDP, no matter what your occlusal training to date has been.


In-Person Only - £395

  • Face-to-face guidance
  • 6 hours of verifiable ECPD
  • Digital copy of seminar to refer back to
  • Full marketing support to help you get started
  • Optional seminar social to network with peers

In-Person Package - £595

  • Face-to-face guidance
  • 6 hours of verifiable ECPD
  • Digital copy of seminar to refer back to
  • Full marketing support to help you get started
  • SCi demo appliance
  • Lab-made SCi dental splint
  • SCi Starter Kit (Chairside Kit)
  • Optional seminar social to network with peers
A word from Dr Glassman on the course:

I am thrilled to announce that S4S is sponsoring a comprehensive event designed to give dentists a greater understanding of the role of occlusion in not only common dental issues, but also headache and temporomandibular joint dysfunction. This course will increase your knowledge base and confidence levels in terms of accurate diagnosis and in treatment with appropriate splint therapy.  We truly believe that delegates will walk away with a total appreciation of the role that occlusion plays in pain and dysfunction, and knowing that this really was the last occlusion course they will ever need.  

Meet our Host: Dr Barry Glassman

Dr Barry Glassman is an internationally recognised authority on Bruxism and related issues. His hard-hitting and inspirational talks have been popular with dental audiences around the world.

A popular and dynamic speaker, Dr Glassman maintained a private practice limited to chronic pain management, temporomandibular joint dysfunction and dental sleep medicine. He currently serves as consultant to the Allentown Pain and Sleep Centre with Dr. Don Malizia and Dr. Tony Polit, maintaining the Allentown Model and the Allentown Pain and Sleep Centre.


Friday 18th October 2024:

Seminar: 9-5pm

  • INTRODUCTION: Course objectives
  • A Critical Evaluation of the Goals of Occlusion including 'Stability'
  • The History of Occlusion in Dentistry:
    - How we got where we are
    - The Treacherous Path of Pain Management in Dentistry
  • The Stipulation of Occlusion: 
    - Parafunction - Proposed Causes
    - Internal Derangements
    - Role of Bruxism in internal derangements
    - Role of CNS in pain Nociplastive trigeminal signaling
  • Practical Anatomy and Physiology
  • The History and Clinical Exam
  • Muscle Activity in Parafunction; Anterior Midpoint Stops
  • Occlusal Dysesthesia:  Preventing and treating the occlusal neurotic
  • Why and How to check occlusion post restorative procedures
  • Myths of Appliance Therapy and Occlusion
  • Daytime Parafunctional Control
  • Orofacial Pain and Chronic pain

From 5pm

Optional - a relaxed session of food and drinks, with the opportunity to network with other delegates and discuss the day’s content with our course speakers and S4S staff.