Jamie in Germany
Friday, April 30th, 2010
Dr Jamie Newlands has be invited to the Sirona Head quarters in Germany at the end of next month to attend the CEREC meets CT Scanning event.
CEREC as a scanning and in-house milling system for tooth restorations is now being linked with CT scanners which detail the structure, dimensions and quality of the bone. Using both techniques in synergy means that implant cases are more streamlined and they are ultimately more accurate. This is a great benefit for patients and dentists alike.
Dr Newlands is already leading the way as far as dental technology is concerned. He currently has restored thousands of cases using the cerec system and he believes the new link between CT scanners and Cerec is a major step forward for implant cases.
The event will be showcasing the new system and the Berkeley Clinic is looking forward to being the first dentist in Scotland to implement this new system.
Dr. Jamie Newlands demonstrates to other dentists the benefits of using Cerec 3d
Friday, October 9th, 2009
Today Dr. Jamie Newlands is running course on Cerec 3D over in Moodiesburn Dental Practice. This will give other dentists in Scotland the opportunity to have one-to-one, hands on experience under the guidance of Jamie who is regarded as one of the UK’s leading Cerec experts.
“Realising the potential for dentists to utilise advanced techniques, i am always willing to help others realise what can be achieved and bring the UK to the next level. Over the many lectures and courses that i have now provided on digital dentistry, i am starting to see a real enthusiasm in dentists who ultimately will enhance their skills and bring great benefit to their patients”
Dr. Jamie Newlands
Occlusal Appliance Therapy
Thursday, October 1st, 2009
Dr. David Dunlop discusses occlusal appliance therapy in a recent article featured in Dentistry Scotland Magazine.
The way that our teeth meet together plays an important role in maintaining oral health. If the forces of our bite are not balanced a whole host of problems can eventually occur. From periodontal disease and tooth loss, to jaw joint problems, back ache and migraines.
The Berkeley Clinic is the only centre in Scotland to utilize the latest in diagnostics for TMD and offer a real solution to treating these problems. If you suffer from any such symptoms and feel that they may be related to your bite, please email David Devine at [email protected] or alternatively contact reception on 0141 564 1900
To read Dr. Dunlop’s article on splint therapy
Dr Jamie Newlands To Demonstrate LAVA Scanner In Aberdeen
Tuesday, August 11th, 2009
For some of the most forward thinking dental professionals, the digital revolution has brought about significant advantages in the services offered to patients. Old gloopy impressions that can make you gag are set to be a thing of the past as digital impressions of a full mouth arch are now possible. Not only this, they are more accurate and effective and can be sent instantly as a file to the lab. This also means that the crowns, veneers or bridges are of the highest standard and best fit for the patient.
Dr. Newlands has been at the forefront of CADCAM dentistry every step of the way and The Berkeley Clinic has prided itself as being the most technologically advanced clinic in the UK. The results we achieve with our patients using this technology to its full advantage is mind-blowing. Jamie has been lecturing for 3M ESPE for the past two years on the LAVA COS and will be in Aberdeen on Tuesday 10th November 2009 at the Copthorne Hotel 5pm – 8pm.
Delegates wishing to book a place please email [email protected]
Dr Jamie Newlands demonstrates the LAVA COS in Dublin.
Monday, May 18th, 2009
Dr. Jamie Newlands who heads up the team at The Berkeley Clinic in Glasgow certainly knows his stuff when it comes to CADCAM digital dentistry and that’s why 3M ESPE have chosen Jamie to be the 1st dentist within the UK to own and launch the new technology.
Jamie will travel to Dublin to demonstrate to other dental professionals this exciting equipment on the 26th May 2009.
“This will advance dentistry in the same way that mobile phones and the internet have advanced communications”.
Dr. Jamie Newlands