ADSS Digital Smile Design (DSD) Certification Course
Date: 06 October 2017
Venue: Mandarin Orchard Hotel
Join us as ADSS is organising the first ever Digital Smile Design (DSD) Certification Course in Singapore. DSD is based on the analysis of the patient’s facial and dental proportions, utilising a series of high quality digital photographs and videos to understand the relationship between teeth, gums, lips, smile with the facial features in motion and with emotion. Upon completing this course, clinicians will be certified as DSD dentists, and be well-equipped to approach future cases with the DSD protocol, including having access to the DSD planning centre. Sign up now to enjoy early bird rates!
Dr Yassmin graduated from Sydney University in 1993. Since then, his subsequent accreditation and training has come from numerous institutions and world class clinicians. He completed the Implantology program at UCLA in 2010 and obtained his Masters in Dental Aesthetics from the prestigious King’s College London in 2014. There, he learnt the use of the most up-to-date cosmetic dental techniques to create more than just a traditional smile makeover. Harmony with the facial structure is emphasized, creating not only a beautiful smile, but also smoothing out the wrinkles and folds of the face to achieve a more youthful appearance. Dr. Yassmin is an accomplished spokesperson on a number of dental health issues, often called upon to speak at various functions and as a spokesperson on a number of media outlets. Having always been dedicated to a high level of aesthetic dentistry, it was a clear synergy when he first studied digital smile design. Not only did he incorporate this in his daily practice but also furthered his passion by becoming a speaker and official instructor for DSD, to share his expertise with other dentists.
All participants are required to bring a Mac computer across the duration of the entire DSD workshop due to the usage of Keynote software.
DSD using PC and Powerpoint will neither be used nor taught during this course, hence it will not be beneficial to bring a PC with Powerpoint.