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IN-PERSON EVENT, hosted by the Fylde Section

What to expect

When restoring edentulous patients with fixed implant supported restorations it is essential to know exactly where the artificial teeth should go before implant placement. Finlay will show how he delivers dentures with superb function. In addition this presentation is aimed at igniting enthusiasm and love for dentures, showing how we can change our patients' lives with beautifully made prostheses.


18:30 Registration

19:00 Lecture

20:30 End

Delegates are welcome to join the Section committee for a post-lecture meal if they wish.

Learning objectives

  • Put denture teeth in the right place to plan the optimum position of implants
  • Plan for future implant failure without the cost of further implants or dentures
  • Have happier patients with improved outcomes
  • Have better communication between dentist, CDT and dental technician.

Development outcomes

A, B, C and D

Meet the speaker

Finlay Sutton Finlay Sutton Specialist in Prosthodontics

Finlay is based in Garstang (North West England) limiting his clinical work to removable prosthodontics. Together with his highly skilled dental technician (Rowan Garstang), working in the room next door, they provide patients with superbly functioning and life-like dentures – often profoundly improving their quality of life.

He qualified in 1993 and spent six years in general practice, during this time he found prosthodontics difficult and unpredictable. This led him to leave general dental practice and gain a further seven years formal training in prosthodontics and restorative dentistry at Manchester and Liverpool dental hospitals prior to establishing his specialist referral practice in 2007.

He concentrates his professional life within three areas of removable prosthodontics, namely; clinical provision for patients, training/lecturing/mentorship for dental professionals and research and development.

More information

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If you feel at all unwell, we encourage you to take a lateral flow test the evening before you are due to arrive - should your test result be positive, we ask you not to attend.

If your test is negative, but you do have symptoms of COVID-19 (a new, persistent cough; a high temperature; or loss/changes to your sense of taste or smell) we kindly request you consider not attending the event to mitigate any risk to other attendees.

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Local face to face event with real life scenarios which resonate in my general practice

Approachable speaker, presentation was great

Enjoyed meeting colleagues and networking