2017 Tucker Institute Course
Tucker Institute at the University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Monday to Friday, June 19th to 23th, 2017
Director: Dr. Tim Hess
The time is now to reserve your place in the 2017 Tucker Institute. We are again limiting the 2017 course to 8 participants. Currently, we have 3 registrants for those 8 slots. This unique and rewarding course will reaffirm the excellence that can be achieved with gold castings. A minimum of 48 hours of PACE certified participation credits in Operative Dentistry- Subject Code 611 Cast Gold Restorations will be awarded to those working towards their Masters in the Academy of General Dentistry.
The dates for the next course mentoredby Drs. Richard D. Tucker and Timothy A. Hess are June 19 – 23, 2017.
Times: 8 am - 6 pm (Format and times vary slightly each day.)
Once again, the University of Washington, School of Dentistry plays host to the Institute. This is a comprehensive five day hands-on course focused on cast gold procedures using the techniques developed by Dr. Richard V. Tucker.
During this five-day clinical course you will prepare and seat at least four castings. You will be assisted in doing the lab procedures for one or more castings. Patients and Dental Assistants will be provided. All laboratory fees, including gold, are covered in the course fee. The Institute will provide handpieces and instruments for use during the course. If you would like, we can put together the Tucker Technique hand instruments used during the Institute for your purchase. You will be able to start preparing and seating beautiful castings immediately on your return to your office.
This is a fantastic learning experience for the dental team and participating doctors are encouraged to bring an assistant.
Tuition: $3,750 Includes assistant, patients, laboratory fees and gold.
Make all cheques payable to the Academy of R.V. Tucker Study Clubs
c/o Timothy A. Hess, DDS,MAGD
1314 8th Street NE STE 101
Auburn, WA 98002
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2009 participant, Dr. Ward King states, “This was the best “hands-on” continuing education I have taken in 32 years. It is challenging and it will test you. But, you will meet some of the best instructors in our field today. And, they will show you how to provide a great service to your patients that could last a life-time.”
2010 course participant Dr. Cary Birkitt commented, "What a positive experience! Upon returning to my office, I noticed an increased ease in discussing these types of restorative procedures. My patients must have noticed as well, I am happy to report greater case acceptance than prior to attending this clinic."