Mapping the past – creating the future
One ceramic system for diversity, beauty and simplicity
Master course Michael Brüsch – Klema, Austria – 4-5th of May 2018
MDT Michael Brüsch will take you on a journey through his experience with the GC Initial Ceramics.
From monolithic to bio-aesthetic, the GC Initial Concept covers the complete range of veneering possibilities and aesthetical challenges. Since more than 15 years, MDT Michael Brüsch has been deeply involved in the development of the exclusive GC Initial Ceramic Line and can be considered as the main founder of the concept.
Meet Michael Brüsch and get inspired by this Master of ceramics.
The key note behind the GC Initial Concept is to offer the user an aesthetic outcome of each restoration in perfect harmony whatever type created or process used. This is ensured by carefully harmonized shades and a nature analogue buildup procedure across the entire system.
During this Master Hands-On Course the participants will realize a variety of restorations with focus on GC Initial LiSi, LiSi Press and MC. Exploring the possibilities from an economical to a high-end solution.
Besides hands-on, Michael will offer the participants additional practical demos and day-to-day Tips & Tricks. In this part participants are given possibility to discuss their daily challenges to which Michael will offer his experience.
Aim of this Master Course is to achieve a reliable, effective and always reproducible recipe for a perfect outcome for the day-to-day aesthetical challenges.
About the master
Michael Brüsch completed his Dental Technician Training in 1979.
Between 1980 and 1986 he worked as a dental technician and developed a particular interest for precious metal and ceramic restorations.
After successfully achieving his Master Dental Technician Degree, in Düsseldorf, in 1986 he worked as Manager for a commercial laboratory where he focused on ceramic restorations.
In 1989 Michael opened his own Dental Labo and has now become a specialist in the field of aesthetic prosthetics with a focus on: multichromatic-additive veneering techniques for composite and porcelain. Precision fabrication methods for crowns, inlays, onlays and veneers made from composite and all-ceramic materials.
Since more than 15 years, MDT Michael Brüsch has been deeply involved in the development of the exclusive GC Initial Ceramic Line and can be considered as the main founder of the concept.
Michael is an international active member of the German society for aesthetic dentistry (DGÄZ) and the “dental excellence – International Laboratory Group”.
He has become well-known for his challenging and practical training courses at home and abroad as well as for his publications in the fields of all-ceramic and life-like materials and functional restoration work.
- Language: German / English
- Course fee: €750 (incl. 2 night hotel stay, taxi airport-hotel, taxi hotel-Klema-hotel, taxi Klema-aiport, 1 dinner, 2 lunches, and all coffee breaks)
- Advice for flight booking:
as we will organize common transport for you from airport to hotel, we kindly advise you to book your flights to Zürich airport
arrival flight 03/05/18 between 18:00 – 19:00
departure flight 05/05/18 as of 19:00 (master course will take until 15:00, transport to airport takes 90min)
- Registrations are open until March 20th (only 12 places available for optimal hands-on experience)
- Please note that the fee should be transferred to the GC bank account to guarantee your participation, mentioning “GC INITIAL ON TOUR – 04-05/05/18 – MICHAEL BRÜSCH – YOUR NAME”
Bank name: BNP Paribas Fortis
Naamsesteenweg 173-175, B-3001 Leuven
Account number: 230-0393000-73
IBAN number: BE 27230039300073
BIC or Swift Number: GEBABEBB08A
- You can register online by filling out the below form. The number of participants is limited to 12.
Only after you are accepted and have paid the fee, you have been enrolled.
As the money transfer might take some time, we kindly ask you to send a copy of your payment per e-mail to Sofie Lonneu (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Registrations are closed.