Hands-on workshops

Registration and coffee

9:00 - 9:30 AM

All you need to know for luting laminate veneers!

9.30am - 5:30pm
10 out of 12 spaces left
Dr. Marco Gresnigt, Edris Rasta
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An introduction to skill-sets to help your surgical and implant journey

9.30am - 5:30pm
12 out of 12 spaces left
Dr. Mukesh Soni, Dr. Nikhil Oberai, Dr. Manny Matharu
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Anterior composite restorations – A comprehensive approach

9.30am - 5:30pm
6 out of 12 spaces left
Dr. Gurvinder Bhirth
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Bish bash bosh – modern management of dental trauma

9.30am - 5:30pm
Sold out
Dr. Serpil Djemal
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Building your own private practice that's built to last

9.30am - 5:30pm
12 out of 12 spaces left
Kevin Rose, Dr. Simon Thackeray
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Conservative management of tooth surface loss

9.30am - 5:30pm
Sold out
Dr. Didier Dietschi
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Creating the optimal soft tissue attachment and volume around dental implants - the key to long-term success

9.30am - 5:30pm
10 out of 12 spaces left
Dr. Robert Oretti
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Digital dentistry - Scanning and planning

9.30am - 5:30pm
11 out of 12 spaces left
Dr. Douglas Watt
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Digital guided implant planning

9.30am - 5:30pm
12 out of 12 spaces left
Dr. James Hamill
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Digital occlusion study day

9.30am - 5:30pm
8 out of 12 spaces left
Professor Riaz Yar
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Endodontics trouble-shooting

9.30am - 5:30pm
11 out of 12 spaces left
Dr. Jon Cowie, Dr. Luca Moranzoni
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FIPO - Functional Indirect Posterior Onlays

9.30am - 5:30pm
7 out of 12 spaces left
Dr. Nikhil Sethi, Dr. Sanjay Sethi
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Ikigai complete essentials of periodontal management

9.30am - 5:30pm
12 out of 12 spaces left
Imogen Fox, Jenny Walker, Kathryn Mayo, Dr. Ros O'Leary, Siobhan Kelleher
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Injection moulding and smile design

9.30am - 5:30pm
6 out of 12 spaces left
Dr. Kostas Karagiannopoulos, Dr. Zohaib Ali
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Invisalign - Let's get aligning

9.30am - 5:30pm
12 out of 12 spaces left
Dr. Angela Auluck
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Learn the secrets of predictable endo

9.30am - 5:30pm
12 out of 12 spaces left
Dr. Claudio Farnararo, Dr. Daniel Flynn
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Mastering the art of digital marketing and communication to grow your practice

9.30am - 5:30pm
12 out of 12 spaces left
Mark Oborn
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Morphology of good posterior composite and occlusion

9.30am - 5:30pm
12 out of 12 spaces left
Dr. Jurgita Sybaite
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Occlusion for the restorative orthodontist or treatment planning for the orthodontic restoration of the complex adult case

9.30am - 5:30pm
11 out of 12 spaces left
Dr. Moira Wong, Dr. Koray Feran
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Perio in practice

9.30am - 5:30pm
12 out of 12 spaces left
Dr. Azim Malik, Dr. Hiten Halai, Dr. Panayiotis (Pano) Kaimakamis
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Periodontal plastic surgery around dental implants: 'Top tips for long-term success'. The prevention and management of problems and key to long-term success

9.30am - 5:30pm
11 out of 12 spaces left
Dr. Boota Singh Ubhi
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Restoring unrestorable teeth: Using fibre-reinforced composite resin to rebuild teeth, from below the gums to the tips of the cusps

9.30am - 5:30pm
12 out of 12 spaces left
Dr. James Baker
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The Bioclear Method Introduction Day 2022 - An introduction to this modern approach for injection moulded anterior and posterior composite restorations - including closing black triangles and mastering Class II contacts

9.30am - 5:30pm
2 out of 12 spaces left
Dr. Claire Burgess
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The complete esthetic workflow: From diagnostics to creating the smile design for each individual patient

9.30am - 5:30pm
11 out of 12 spaces left
Dr. Dan Lazar, Dr. Roxana Petcu
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The evolution of digital chairside dentistry. From 3D facially driven planning to final restoration manufacturing

9.30am - 5:30pm
10 out of 12 spaces left
Dr. Javier Tapia, Jacobo Somoza
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The ortho restorative hands-on workshop

9.30am - 5:30pm
7 out of 12 spaces left
Dr. Tif Qureshi
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The treatment planning and edge bonding masterclass

9.30am - 4:30pm
9 out of 12 spaces left
Dr. Andrew Chandrapal
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Think pink. Periodontal surgery and crown lengthening for the GDP

9.30am - 5:30pm
5 out of 12 spaces left
Dr. Ian Dunn
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TMD live and hands-on - From diagnosis to occlusal appliances

9.30am - 5:30pm
6 out of 12 spaces left
Dr. Jasneet Singh Gulati, Krina Panchal
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Top tips to improve your confidence in daily oral surgery practice

9.30am - 5:30pm
12 out of 12 spaces left
Dr. Chris Waith
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Lunch

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Workshops schedule

All you need to know for luting laminate veneers!

10 out of 12 spaces left
9.30am - 5:30pm
Dr. Marco Gresnigt, Edris Rasta

In this workshop we will address the aspect of luting a laminate veneer. In general laminate veneers have a survival between 85-90% in 10 years. We will teach you a protocol which will give 99% of survival (with compromised teeth) in up to 10 years!

Not only bonding to enamel (easy), but what to do when we have dentin or existing composite restorations. 

In this workshop we will give you a very precise, step-by-step procedure/protocol.

We will show you all the practical steps, but what this workshop distinguish itself from others, is that it contains the true scientific background. Almost every step is secured with our own studies.

Aims and objectives:

After this workshop you will be able to:

  • Understand the differences between luting cements
  • Understand how to surface condition existing restorations
  • Know what to do when teeth are endodontically treated
  • Understand surface conditioning of the different ceramics
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An introduction to skill-sets to help your surgical and implant journey

12 out of 12 spaces left
9.30am - 5:30pm
Dr. Mukesh Soni, Dr. Nikhil Oberai, Dr. Manny Matharu

Dental implants have become part and parcel of new age clinical dentistry, both within the UK and worldwide.

All clinicians will have come across dental implants in their clinical work, in some form or another, and during this workshop we aim to provide you with a deeper understanding of implants and the workflow taken to gain successful results.

We will start with an overview; understanding bone, the blood supply and the drill sequence, then onto a hands-on session where you will place implants into model jaws, emulating the placement of implants.

Aims and objectives:

  • An introduction to implants on a modality of replacing missing teeth
  • History taking, understand how to identify cases
  • Case selection, gain an understanding on stability of implants
  • The importance of atraumatic extractions and their relevance to dental implants
  • Preparation of osteotomy, understand how to prepare bone for the placement of implants
  • Flap design - Simple designs to understand how to increase the success of implants without compromising the blood supply

Workshop element:

  • Understand the process of a drill sequence for placement of implants
  • The process of bone manipulation for placement of bone
  • The importance of depth - placement of implant
  • Understand the protocols of the Osstem Implant Surgical and Restorative Kit

Learning outcomes:

  • You will learn how to identify patients who are suitable for dental implants
  • Learn the basic principles of dental implants, with an emphasis on the surgical element
  • Learn, through this hands-on aspect, to place dental implants into fabricated jaws, building an understanding of the surgical protocol

SMOP Guided Implant Surgery

After an introduction to the concept of guided implant surgery, you will learn to use ‘SMOP’, an implant and surgical guide planning software. You will work through case selection, opening and setting up cases on SMOP, planning the implant(s) and designing the surgical guides. This will be followed by using the Osstem OneGuide implant system to place implants fully guided on models.

Aims and objectives

  • Learn about guided surgery, the protocols, pitfalls and limitations
  • Correct case selection and planning
  • Undertake data acquisition and merging of CBCT and model scans on SMOP (hands-on)
  • Plan implant cases using a restoratively driven approach with digital wax ups (hands-on)
  • Learn how guided surgery can influence and enhance your implant treatment
  • Design and fabricate surgical guides in SMOP (hands-on)
  • Use the Osstem OneGuide Kit to place a fully guided implant on models (hands-on)
  • Hands-on on SMOP so learn how to digitally place an implant and plan
  • Best principals on how to acquire good Data from VOL/DICOM and STLs from IOS or surface scanners
  • What is better full guided or only pitot approach
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Anterior composite restorations – A comprehensive approach

6 out of 12 spaces left
9.30am - 5:30pm
Dr. Gurvinder Bhirth

The full day will be used to show and explain the fundamental steps and techniques needed to obtain predictable excellent results with composite resin in the restoration of the anterior region.

Learning objectives:

  • To increase the success with anterior composite restorations
  • To understand shade and all its component parts
  • To understand anterior tooth morphology
  • To understand bonding protocols and isolation
  • To achieve predictable life-like anterior composite restorations
  • Avoidance of failure 

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Bish bash bosh – modern management of dental trauma

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9.30am - 5:30pm
Dr. Serpil Djemal

Traumatic dental injuries can occur anywhere and at any time and can affect anyone regardless of their age. Doing the right thing, at the right time, will help reduce the effect of long term complications, as well as save teeth.

This workshop will refresh you on the key clinical and radiographic signs to note in traumatic dental injuries as well as provide step-by-step management of all the different traumas using a plethora of clinical cases.

There will be a hands-on element to practise splinting teeth using the composite-wire method.

By the end of the workshop you will feel more confident in managing all of the traumatic dental injuries.

Learning objectives:

  • Have knowledge of the aetiology of dental trauma
  • Be aware of the updated International Association of Dental Traumatology guidelines
  • Understand the principles of management of traumatic dental injuries
  • Have hands-on experience of splinting traumatised teeth
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Building your own private practice that's built to last

12 out of 12 spaces left
9.30am - 5:30pm
Kevin Rose, Dr. Simon Thackeray

Not every patient seems motivated or even trusts why you are proposing a dental treatment.

Get Understood solves the problem that there are plenty of dentists that don’t want to sell stuff. If you are one, and we think you might be, somehow you want more of your patients to become loyal and motivated and to understand your proposed dental treatment. We will help you with this.

This is not a sales course to teach you to sell more dentistry. This workshop will help you look at your communication skills and know how you can adapt them in different situations with different patients, in ways that are consistent with your values, and with the insights and experiences of a legally qualified expert witness.

Aims and objectives:

  • Gain communication skills and how you can adapt them in different situations with different patients, in ways that are consistent with your values
  • Gain valuable insight and experience from a legally qualified expert
  • Get the team on board
  • Get the patients on board
  • Don’t oversell stuff you can’t do
  • Give customer service and do stuff for free when it goes wrong
  • Look after your team and their families

Don’t ever ever ever chase the money!

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Conservative management of tooth surface loss

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9.30am - 5:30pm
Dr. Didier Dietschi

In this workshop Dr. Dietschi will cover the management of tooth surface loss cases. He will cover how to conservatively manage these cases in various situations of mild, moderate and severe toothwear. He will cover the practical tips and which materials to use in which situations.

Tooth wear represents a frequent pathology with multifactorial origins. Behavioural changes, unbalanced diet, various medical conditions and medications inducing acid regurgitation or influencing saliva composition and flow rate, trigger tooth erosion. Awake and sleep bruxism, which nowadays are widespread functional disorders, induce attrition. It then becomes increasingly important to diagnose early signs of tooth wear so that proper preventive, and if needed, interceptive-restorative measures are taken. Such disorders have biological, functional and also aesthetic consequences.

Following a comprehensive clinical evaluation, treatment objectives, such as a proper occlusal and anatomical scheme as well as a pleasing smile line, are usually set on models with only anterior teeth or full mouth waxup, depending on the severity of tissue loss. Based on the new Vertical Dimension of Occlusion (VDO) set on the articulator, combinations of direct, semi-direct and indirect restorations (using composite resins or monolithic high-strength ceramics) can help to re-establish anatomy and function. The use of adhesive and ultra-conservative techniques has proven its potential, in particular for the treatment of moderate to advanced tooth wear. A modern approach to treat tooth wear shall involve a specific and detailed treatment planning involving its aetiology, risk factors control and the biomechanical status of each tooth to be treated.

This program will review recent knowledge and clinical concepts related to various forms of early restorative interventions (using adhesive techniques) and their potential to restrict on-going tissue destruction and restore an attractive smile.

Aims and objectives:

  • To gain an overview of conservation rehabilitation of tooth surface loss via case-based discussions

Learning outcomes:

  • Identification of key factors in tooth surface loss cases that can enable conservative rehabilitation and management
  • Occlusion and functional factors identification
  • Lab or direct techniques and how to choose which option
  • Tips on management and bonding
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Creating the optimal soft tissue attachment and volume around dental implants - the key to long-term success

10 out of 12 spaces left
9.30am - 5:30pm
Dr. Robert Oretti

The ultimate goal in implantology is to create a harmonious aesthetic outcome around dental implants that mimics the surrounding dentition and soft-tissue condition, and which can be maintained for the long term.

A mucosal seal (“transmucosal attachment”) is required to prevent bacteria and bacterial products reaching the bone, thus safeguarding the osteointegration of the implant. This concept is at the base of modern implant dentistry

This workshop will discuss the critical factors and the step-by-step surgical protocols associated with developing an adequate transmucosal tunnel around dental implants for optimal volume and attachment.

Additionally, when the volume of soft tissue is inadequate, or there is no keratinised tissue remaining, this workshop will show procedures to correct these deficiencies with soft tissue maneuvers and connective tissue grafts for enhanced outcomes on a predictable basis.

Aims and objectives:

  • To be familiar with the anatomical landmarks and compartments such as the mucogingival junction and attached and non-attached gingivae
  • To appreciate the rationale of biological width and the formation of a transmucosal tunnel around dental implants and the strategies required to enhance the soft tissue tunnel
  • To understand how to harvest soft tissue grafts and their application to improve the formation of keratinised and attached soft tissue
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Digital dentistry - Scanning and planning

11 out of 12 spaces left
9.30am - 5:30pm
Dr. Douglas Watt

An overview of digital workflows, scanning and smile design and how this can be then transferred to the patient’s mouth with practical exercises.

Aims and objectives:

  • To develop an overall understanding of digital dentistry and how this can be practically applied to daily practice to benefit the patient and the practice team

Learning outcomes:

  • Learn what is possible with modern digital workflows in daily general practice
  • Learn techniques for scanning - scan strategy and difficult scans
  • Learn how to carry out a 2d smile design using 3shape smile designer - and try this on a case
  • Learn how this 2d smile design can be transferred to a 3d digital “wax-up”
  • Learn what options there are for transferring this to the mouth - with a practical on direct-indirect composite veneers.

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Digital guided implant planning

12 out of 12 spaces left
9.30am - 5:30pm
Dr. James Hamill

This 1 day workshop, which is open to users of all implant systems, is designed to be suitable for dental professionals, wishing to learn about digital implant planning. 

Using Co-Diagnostix, the day will be structured around various case studies. It will cover a logical and step-by-step process to be able to predictably design accurate surgical guides to assist in improved patient outcomes.

Aims and objectives:

  • Introduction to digital implant planning
  • Learn the benefits of digital planning and guided surgery
  • Gain an understanding of Co-Diagnostix planning software
  • Learn how surgical guides are manufactured through 3D printing
  • Gain increased confidence in establishing a repeatable digital planning pathway for all implant cases

By the end of the day you should be able to follow a logical process to digitally plan a straightforward implant case and produce a usable surgical guide

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Digital occlusion study day

8 out of 12 spaces left
9.30am - 5:30pm
Professor Riaz Yar

This is a whole day course on occlusion and how you can use digital elements to make the workflow even more efficient.

“Our patients are adaptable”, that’s what I hear but how do we know. Do they adapt by reducing the chewing movement so to avoid any pain or complications, therefore have we simply restored the tooth, or can we improve the functionality of the system?

How do we assess the functionality when we use an articulator to replicate these movements?

How do we measure force of occlusion and timing of contacts?

A lot of unanswered questions so now with digital and 4D technology can we answer these questions.

Aims and objectives:

What you will learn

  • How to take a digital impression and have hands-on experience
  • How to record accurately the functional movements of our patients
  • Understand the importance of functional occlusion
  • Propose the link between function and cuspal anatomy
  • Appraise the basis for understanding the link between the TMJ and movements
  • To measure the force and timing of occlusal contacts using digital technology
  • Recognise the importance between subjective and objective data collection

Learning outcomes:

  • You will have recommendations of the use of digital technology in measuring occlusion
  • You will develop assessing occlusion and the TMJ in a structured protocol
  • You will be able to modify current practice in relation to best clinical guidelines
  • You will be able to interpret the current digital technologies used in measuring occlusion

Your educator will be Professor Riaz Yar. He is a visiting professor of prosthodontics at Ulster University. Professor Yar is a specialist in prosthodontics and clinical director of The Square Advanced Dental Centre.

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Endodontics trouble-shooting

11 out of 12 spaces left
9.30am - 5:30pm
Dr. Jon Cowie, Dr. Luca Moranzoni

Jon & Luca will take you through the most common endodontic scenarios that you can encounter in everyday practice. They will show you the processes, protocols, and tips that you can apply simply, into your practice. 

 Jon & Luca will cover modern techniques for instrumentation, with lots of hands-on time and specifically created scenarios to push your endodontic skills. The bespoke scenarios created by Jon & Luca are unique and will provide you with the understanding to troubleshoot in your endodontic cases.  

Aims and objectives:

  • Understand the TruNatomy and Reciproc systems
  • Learn how to manage the calcified (sclerosed) canal
  • Learn how to navigate the ledged canal
  • Learn how to manage the S-Shaped canal without sacrificing unnecessary dentine structure
  • Be proficient at removing GP from a simulated canal
  • Be proficient at removing Thermafill from a simulated canal

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FIPO - Functional Indirect Posterior Onlays

7 out of 12 spaces left
9.30am - 5:30pm
Dr. Nikhil Sethi, Dr. Sanjay Sethi

The complete and comprehensive hands-on experience for modern onlay restorations

Occlusion

We will begin by covering a basic occlusal assessment to help you plan predictable treatments and improve your ability to treat a whole quadrant.

Clear Preparation Protocols

We will be discussing how to maximise the aesthetic advantage with lithium disilicate and composite resin with modern margin designs and utilising an adhesive advantage by understanding the latest bonding systems and the biological requirements of enamel and dentine.

This innovative hands-on protocol will also allow delegates to practice masking deep stained colours, which can often ruin the final aesthetics of a translucent onlay.

Cementation

You will have a dedicated hands-on session following our protocol for cementation using heated composite for long term adhesive and aesthetic success.

Post cementation adjustments

We will finish with our top tips on adjustment protocols to achieve the ideal occlusal contacts without ruining your stunning anatomy. This will help you with your direct and indirect restorations in clinical practice and finishing a whole quadrant together.

Aims and objectives:

Pre-operative assessment, preparation and the mini core protocols

  • To establish a quick and accurate pre-operative occlusal analysis to for the basis for your preparation design
  • Understanding the biological requirements of a broken tooth, and also the material requirements with composite and ceramic
  • To introduce the preparation design, identifying the various margin types (contact lens and traditional shoulder) used according to the thickness of enamel and dentine
  • Achieving high quality adhesion and a mini core build up to seal the dentine, block undercuts and deep margin elevation

Cementation, and precision occlusal adjustments

  • To show the use of PTFE as a cement trap to reduce clean up time
  • To go through the bonding protocol for long term adhesive success and the use of heated composite for excellent aesthetic success and easy clean up
  • Post cementation polishing and occlusal assessment
  • Precision adjustments of contacts to maintain morphology and provide natural functional harmony
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Ikigai complete essentials of periodontal management

12 out of 12 spaces left
9.30am - 5:30pm
Imogen Fox, Jenny Walker, Kathryn Mayo, Dr. Ros O'Leary, Siobhan Kelleher

A workshop to broaden the dental health professionals understanding of the scientific evidence and the practical use of debridement tools.

Aims: 

  • To be able to assess, manage and support patients pre and post implant treatment

Objectives:

  • Discuss the anatomical differences between implants and natural teeth and be able to classify peri-implant health and disease
  • Discuss the common risk factors for implant disease.
  • Heighten awareness of the basic principles of peri-implant disease management and how to implement a practice protocol.
  • Discuss the importance of pre-implant assessment including periodontal status and how this may effect supportive therapy recall.
  • Outcomes :use evidence based protocols to set recall and radiograph frequency for post implant supportive care.
  • Will have gained practical experience of performing an implant
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Injection moulding and smile design

6 out of 12 spaces left
9.30am - 5:30pm
Dr. Kostas Karagiannopoulos, Dr. Zohaib Ali

Learn a structured approach to smile analysis applicable to every patient. Understand the benefits of injection moulding through this hands-on practical.

Aims and objectives:

  • Explore the concept of injection moulding
  • Discuss a structured approach to smile design
Learning outcomes:


  • Understand benefits and the role of injection moulding
  • Understand smile design principles
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Invisalign - Let's get aligning

12 out of 12 spaces left
9.30am - 5:30pm
Dr. Angela Auluck

A day of hands on Invisalign clinical tips and tricks.

This course is aimed at delegates who have started their Invisalign journey, have been on a starter course and are ready to start their cases. It’s also for those who have started treating patients and now have unanswered questions or have run into difficulties.

Learn how to carry out a consultation and take records, understand, and work with the Clincheck, patient and practice workflow, finishing and troubleshooting cases, all with hands-on practice of the clinical aspects of attachment placement, IPR and retention.

Aim:

To improve your outcomes and efficiency of Invisalign treatments and enhance your patients’ Invisalign experience. With hands-on experience of the clinical aspects of aligner treatment

Objectives:

Gain a greater understanding of Invisalign, taking into consideration:

  • Consultation process and records
  • Hands-on iTero scanning
  • Clincheck review - a step-by-step guide
  • Planning tooth movement, checking attachments, staging and IPR
  • What we should tell patients at aligner 1
  • How to place attachments efficiently and effectively
  • Hands-on IPR
  • Monitoring tooth movement- when there’s a problem!
  • Retention regimes
  • Hands-on fitting fixed retainers 
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Learn the secrets of predictable endo

12 out of 12 spaces left
9.30am - 5:30pm
Dr. Claudio Farnararo, Dr. Daniel Flynn

In the last few years, we have heard a lot about minimally invasive dentistry. The common point is tissue preservation, preferably by preventing disease from occurring and intercepting its progress, but also removing and replacing with as little tissue loss as possible. This concept can embrace all aspects and fields of our profession. 

Today all three main phases of modern endodontics (access opening, shaping and obturation) can be managed minimally invasive. Although on these issues there is often disagreement and their application turns out to be empirical and subjective. The authors will explain the rationale behind their choices and will give a predictable and reproducible protocol to reach the goal of being effective and at the same time minimally invasive, in all steps of endodontics: access opening, shaping and obturation.

Aims, objectives and learning outcomes:

Gain a greater understanding of minimally invasive endodontic dentistry, taking into consideration:

  • Access opening: Biomechanical loss of structure
  • The past and actual orientation: traditional vs ninja
  • Clinical protocols for an effective and feasible procedure
  • Canal Scouting as a fundamental pillar
  • Shaping: less or more?
  • Anatomy driven protocols
  • Obturation: Single cone and Bioceramic, and Continuous wave of condensation rational behind the techniques

For the hands-on aspect of this workshop bring extracted teeth for shaping and obturation under the guidance of the lecturer.

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Mastering the art of digital marketing and communication to grow your practice

12 out of 12 spaces left
9.30am - 5:30pm
Mark Oborn

A full day masterclass interweaving 2 core principles required to grow your practice.

1. Digital marketing - attracting more of the right type of new patient with Google search optimisation, e-mail, chat bots and social media. Why, what, when & how?

2. Elegant communication using NLP - keeping your patients, team, and self, happy, motivated & successful. A dive into the psychology of marketing and personal relationships.

The day will be a mix of presentations and workshop. Using a combination of his MBA (major in marketing and creativity) Mark will walk you through the process of attracting new patients into the practice using digital marketing. Interwoven with the practical techniques of digital marketing Mark will then introduce the psychology, techniques and concepts of effective communication, built upon his Certification as a Master Practitioner of Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP).

When we understand how to truly connect with our patient it gives us the ability to not only help them with their dental health/problem, but also attract more of the right type of new patient.

Let's grow your practice together.

Aims, objectives and learning outcomes:

  • Why does digital marketing work so well?
  • How to improve the effectiveness of all of your marketing
  • Improving your Google rankings
  • How to utilise social media more effectively
  • Understanding your brand and how this can impact your marketing
  • What is NLP, and how can it be used to help grow a dental practice?
  • Understanding more about our personality (Yep, you are not always right, even if you're the boss), and how this can impact the way we present a treatment plan
  • Why do some patients just never get it? Let's look at the psychology of motivation
  • Why our patients, and team, sometimes seem to do the opposite of what's required! And how to fix it…
  • The art of unselling - allowing your patients to 'buy from' you, rather than be 'sold to'
  • Understanding how people make decisions and how we can utilise strategies to improve performance of our business and help our team and patients more
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Morphology of good posterior composite and occlusion

12 out of 12 spaces left
9.30am - 5:30pm
Dr. Jurgita Sybaite

Posterior direct restorations with composite resin are a big part of routine dental treatment. However, with aesthetic dentistry being focused on anterior teeth, many clinicians feel unable to deliver good functional and aesthetic results on posterior teeth.

This workshop will teach you the morphology of posterior teeth using composite resin as a material. You will be taught how good morphology can dramatically change the aesthetic outcome of direct posterior restorations. Moreover, it will be shown how to use morphology to achieve an excellent occlusal scheme and occlusal stability. As a result, direct restorations look better and function well in the long term.

You will learn the technique of simple composite layering in easy steps that do not consume a lot of clinical time. Build-ups of the occlusal surfaces of upper and lower premolars and molars will be demonstrated.

This is an invaluable course for clinicians who look to improve the quality of direct restorations on posterior teeth and feel more confident in managing occlusion.

Aims and objectives:

  • Learn the morphology of upper and lower posterior teeth
  • Learn to restore posterior teeth to morphology using direct composite resin
  • Learn simple and quick layering technique of composite resin on direct posterior restorations
  • Learn principles of good occlusion on posterior teeth
  • Learn to use the morphology to manage an occlusal scheme
  • Learn to transfer the knowledge of morphology to indirect restorations 

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Occlusion for the restorative orthodontist or treatment planning for the orthodontic restoration of the complex adult case

11 out of 12 spaces left
9.30am - 5:30pm
Dr. Moira Wong, Dr. Koray Feran

In this workshop you will gain greater understanding of occlusion for the restorative orthodontist or treatment planning for the orthodontic restoration of the complex adult case, taking into consideration:

  • Ortho/restorative data collection and diagnosis
  • Restorative assessment, diagnosis and decision-making for orthodontic prescription
  • Orthodontic assessment, diagnosis and reading of lateral ceph radiographs
  • When to CBCT scan
  • TMJ diagnosis and recording of centric relation

Mounting of casts on articulators and occlusal analysis and its role in orthodontic diagnosis

  • Pre-orthodontics diagnosis
  • Post orthodontics for occlusal equilibration and the importance of warning patients of the need for equilibration as a routine procedure following completion of orthodontics

The use of MRI for TMJ diagnosis and author restorative treatment planning using skull base and centric relation as references

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Perio in practice

12 out of 12 spaces left
9.30am - 5:30pm
Dr. Azim Malik, Dr. Hiten Halai, Dr. Panayiotis (Pano) Kaimakamis

In this workshop we will teach you how to quickly diagnose and treatment plan your periodontal cases. We will also show you how to make periodontal treatment profitable for you and we will share our tips and tricks that we use as specialists to achieve predictable treatment outcomes for your patients.

Learning outcomes, aims and objectives:

  • Understand the aetiology, pathophysiology and risk factors for periodontal diseases
  • Understand the rationale for a new classification system
  • Discuss the classification of peri-implant diseases
  • Understand the BSP Periodontal Classification Flowchart
  • Implement the flowchart for diagnosis of periodontitis cases in clinical practice
  • Discuss the BSP S3 Treatment Guidelines and how to implement them in practice to make periodontal treatment predictable and profitable 

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Periodontal plastic surgery around dental implants: 'Top tips for long-term success'. The prevention and management of problems and key to long-term success

11 out of 12 spaces left
9.30am - 5:30pm
Dr. Boota Singh Ubhi

Soft tissues around dental implants have been described by various researchers and clinicians as the key to long-term success. 

This session will explore the importance of the key concepts of soft tissue preservation and augmentation. Techniques which have a long-term clinical and scientific basis will be presented, along with management of problems. You will gain an overview of various surgical techniques, and materials available to you on a daily basis.

The hands-on session will focus on harvesting soft tissues for grafting, flap design, flap closure and suturing techniques. 

Learning outcomes:

  • You will be able to differentiate between the various types of gingival biotypes and the use of different grafting procedures for both implants and teeth
  • The hands-on session will enable you to choose the appropriate surgical approach for both hard and soft tissue augmentation in terms of both flap design, harvesting techniques and closure
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Restoring unrestorable teeth: Using fibre-reinforced composite resin to rebuild teeth, from below the gums to the tips of the cusps

12 out of 12 spaces left
9.30am - 5:30pm
Dr. James Baker

In this full-day hands-on course, James Baker (past President of The British Society for Restorative Dentistry, specialist in prosthodontics and owner of a private general practice on Wimpole Street) will lead you through his step-by-step techniques to restore anterior and posterior teeth, extensively compromised due to wear, fracture, trauma or extensive caries.

Aims and objectives:

  • Learn how to create predictable and beautiful composite resin restorations in even the most challenging situations, including deep margin elevation and missing cusps

You may never need to use your extraction forceps again!

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The Bioclear Method Introduction Day 2022 - An introduction to this modern approach for injection moulded anterior and posterior composite restorations - including closing black triangles and mastering Class II contacts

2 out of 12 spaces left
9.30am - 5:30pm
Dr. Claire Burgess

This Bioclear Method Introduction day will provide an insight into a systematic approach to modern composite dentistry – both for anterior and posterior restorations.

The aim of the Bioclear Method is to provide dentists with a structured process for restoring teeth, which results in long-term predictable results.

This method provides dentists with a reliable method for many forms of dentistry including more challenging over-moulding developmental defects, root overlay protection, and occlusal rehabilitation – procedures that are often difficult to undertake with traditional techniques.

This presentation introduces the principles of the Bioclear Method and includes details on modern cavity design, the use of ‘injection moulding’ composite placement techniques, and the Bioclear anatomic posterior Biofit and Anterior and Black Triangle matrix systems.

As a participant you will perform anterior and posterior practicals to experience injection moulding. You will create restorations with ideal margins, rounded emergence profiles, and mirror smooth finishes. The Posterior Class II practical demonstrates how to predictably achieve good inter-dental contacts. The Black Triangle Practical demonstrates the technique applied to measure and predictably close black triangles.

The course utilises HeatSync heaters, Diamond wedges, Twin Rings, 3M Filtek Supreme XTE and One Bulkfill composite materials with different types of Bioclear Matrices.

Aims, objectives and anticipated outcomes:

  • Introduction and understanding of the key principles of the Bioclear Method
  • To have an understanding of Biofilm removal
  • To have an understanding of modern cavity preparation for compressive restorations
  • Receive an update and hands-on evaluation of modern matrices, wedges and separators
  • To have an understanding of heating and injection molding with 3M Filtek composite materials
  • To understand how to predictably manage Class II contacts
  • Be aware of the Clark 2-step Polish technique 
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The complete esthetic workflow: From diagnostics to creating the smile design for each individual patient

11 out of 12 spaces left
9.30am - 5:30pm
Dr. Dan Lazar, Dr. Roxana Petcu

Our aim in this workshop is to have a thorough understanding of the most important esthetic references, from the analysis of the face to that of the smile, to that of the white and pink esthetics. We go through the theoretical part, understanding the landmarks, the measurements and recognising them. We’ll get acquainted with our esthetic chart for an easier workflow. 

After learning to establish the complete esthetic diagnose, we’ll explore further how this can help us in creating the treatment plan, starting from one of the key stones, the position of the upper incisor. This way, we can determine the ideal exposure, the ideal proportion, and the gingival margin of the upper incisor, and furthermore, creating the whole upper arch, basically creating the dental smile design of the patient

For the practical part, you will work in groups, each group will receive three complete patient documentations in order to put into practice what you’ve learned, and thus completing the esthetic chart, establishing the esthetic diagnostics and finally envisioning and creating the dental smile design.

Finally, to make things even more practical, we’ll apply all this knowledge using Smile Cloud, to get more acquainted with the digital aspect. Therefore, we encourage you to bring your own laptop.

Aims and objectives:

  • Understand esthetic diagnostics: esthetic references of the face and smile
  • The esthetic diagnostics: esthetic references of the pink and white tissue
  • The complete esthetic diagnosis to the dental smile design
  • Analysis of three cases, group presentations of the diagnostics, using Smile Cloud to create the digital Mock Up 
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The evolution of digital chairside dentistry. From 3D facially driven planning to final restoration manufacturing

10 out of 12 spaces left
9.30am - 5:30pm
Dr. Javier Tapia, Jacobo Somoza

Chairside dentistry has always been a paradigm shift in the dental office workflow. However, the complexity and time-consuming procedures, together with considerable investments had limited its impact in the dental world. 

Nowadays, the evolution and wide adoption of digital technologies such as open intraoral scanners and CAM systems, together with the new generation of ceramic reinforced materials, are opening a much wider spectrum of application for the chairside treatments.

However, without a proper workflow, chairside treatments could easily overextend in time creating a stressful experience. Thus, understanding and optimising all the procedures involved such as scanning, CAD design, CAM manufacturing and finishing becomes an important part of the daily chairside clinical work in order to achieve a seamless and easy treatment flow.

In this workshop, combining theoretical presentations with live demonstrations, we will share with you the optimal workflows to successfully introduce you to the world of digital chairside dentistry.

Aims and objectives:

  • Guidelines for preparation, scanning, designing, milling and finishing of digital chairside restorations
  • Strategies for optimal intraoral scanning
  • Facial scan workflows for the full digital patient
  • Material selection criteria for optimal results
  • Manufacturing and finishing protocols, from milling to hand-finishing of restorations

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The ortho restorative hands-on workshop

7 out of 12 spaces left
9.30am - 5:30pm
Dr. Tif Qureshi

This ortho/restorative workshop demonstrates exactly how orthodontics and restorative dentistry should be used in a combined approach to deliver the very highest standard of treatment and care. Teaches minimally invasive techniques including freehand edge bonding, extensive polishing procedures, tooth shaping, bleaching and the Dahl Principle. A huge element of this workshop is to establish the best way to educate patients and change your daily dental examination.

Orthodontics is one thing, understanding where to place and restore teeth for occlusion, function and the best aesthetics is another.

This workshop is designed to help you understand how to plan and perform the steps that can create magical, functional smiles where ABB can be used not only to improve appearance but to improve function, guidance, and gain better long-term occlusal stability.

During this workshop, you will learn hands-on techniques that will allow you to carry out ABB predictably, covering the basics of Simple Edge Bonding via the reverse triangle technique. Tif will also cover hands-on techniques to show how the Dahl principle works for direct restorative treatment as a direct splint and to gain space and in orthodontics to place retainers with a functional safer outcome.

The workshop will also cover the concept of digitally planned aesthetic tooth shaping for space creation and far more beautiful results via a complete digital workflow. It will describe how landmark points and correct analysis can guarantee no risk of flaring and total unrivalled control of the anterior occlusion and canine guidance and will also discuss restorative sequencing for cases involving orthodontics, crowns and veneers.

Tif will also demonstrate many cases and long-term follow up of restorative and orthodontic cases.

Aims and objectives:

  • To understand the effect of continued tooth movement on anterior tooth function and aesthetics
  • To highlight the planning protocols of simple occlusion-driven anterior alignment methodology using digital arch evaluation and 3D printing
  • To consider the protection of guidance and the long-term function via planning and retention methodology
  • To outline the use of edge bonding as a viable non-invasive aesthetic and functional tool for cosmetic dentistry and occlusal treatment via the Dahl principle
Learning outcomes:


  • You will understand how case planning and appropriate treatment can help all dentists carry out simple anterior treatments that not only have aesthetic but clear and long-term functional benefits
  • See how cosmetic dentistry can be far more functionally driven and this applies to vastly more patients than traditionally believed
  • Understand how a safe and systematic driven approach to restoratively focused orthodontics can provide results that are achievable and last for years and how this is applicable to nearly every patient
  • Most importantly, you will start to observe and communicate with patients daily in a better way that allows patients to understand what is happening to their teeth over a lifetime and make a more informed decision on intervention
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The treatment planning and edge bonding masterclass

9 out of 12 spaces left
9.30am - 4:30pm
Dr. Andrew Chandrapal

Managing toothwear can be a confusing and difficult condition to predictably treat. As responsible clinicians, we need to know what assessments are necessary to provide us with the correct diagnosis. Afterall, the correct diagnosis leads to the correct treatment and vice versa.

This session will go through the diagnostics protocols and indications to ensure your treatment planning is correct. The session will also cover reliable methods of facebow transfer that will mean greater accuracy and transfer of information.

The afternoon session will concentrate on composite edge restoration of the worn dentition to ensure you get the best overall functional result for your patients.

Aims and objectives:

  • To improve methods of data collection
  • To provide systems in treatment planning
  • To enable delegates to use more reliable methods of facebow transfer
  • Recognition of the importance of correct diagnoses and how to get there
  • Methods of deprogramming
  • Hands on edge bonding workshop using tried and tested techniques that worked for decades
  • The confidence to implement these skills within a General Practice environment

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Think pink. Periodontal surgery and crown lengthening for the GDP

5 out of 12 spaces left
9.30am - 5:30pm
Dr. Ian Dunn

During this hands-on session we will revise the topic of crown lengthening, look at case selection and pre-treatment assessment. We will then do two practical sessions on basic surgical techniques and crown lengthening via a resective approach. We will end the session looking at cases to help you understand the broad indications for crown lengthening in dental practice.

Aims and objectives:

Gain an understanding of periodontal surgery and crown lengthening:

  • Understand the role of aesthetic periodontal surgery to facilitate aesthetic restorative outcomes
  • To revise the concept of biologic width
  • Different techniques for crown lengthening

Following this workshop you should be able to:

  • Assess patients for crown lengthening procedures
  • Decide which technique to apply to any given situation
  • Raise a full thickness flap and remove bone with different equipment
  • Provide crown lengthening for your patients
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TMD live and hands-on - From diagnosis to occlusal appliances

6 out of 12 spaces left
9.30am - 5:30pm
Dr. Jasneet Singh Gulati, Krina Panchal

After this Workshop with Dr. Jaz Gulati (Dentist) and Ms. Krina Panchal (TMD Physiotherapist) you will be able to diagnose the different types of Temporo-Mandibular Disorders and understand their management in General Dental Practice (including knowing when to refer). This will be a very interactive day where you will palpate muscles and joints and deliver a chairside occlusal appliance - the lessons from this will be applicable to all the different occlusal appliances you will learn to prescribe. You will gain confidence in managing any TMD related enquiry or consultation as a GDP.

Aims:

  • To understand the diagnosis and management of TMD using conservative care

Objectives:

During this workshop, each delegate will:

  • Learn to diagnose signs and symptoms of parafunction and TMD
  • Appreciate the role of conservative care (including physiotherapy) such as Splint therapy in the management of TMD and parafunction, with focus on numerous types of Occlusal Appliances to understand their mechanisms
  • Gain in-depth knowledge in the various types of splints, their indications, contraindications, fabrication (including laboratory stages)
  • Be able to apply knowledge of splint fabrication to make a chairside AMPSA

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Top tips to improve your confidence in daily oral surgery practice

12 out of 12 spaces left
9.30am - 5:30pm
Dr. Chris Waith

In this workshop Dr. Chris Waith will work through several exercises to help you practice all the basic foundations of good oral surgery, with simple tips for predictable work and a stress-free life (although the day won't be easy!)

Aims and objectives:

  • Understanding and assessing what makes an extraction simple or not
  • Helping you make a plan a/b/c/d to deal with extraction problems
  • Knowing how to use simple extraction techniques well to avoid problems with hands-on
  • Giving you confidence to raise a flap, section a tooth, remove bone and suture with hands-on
  • Aim to give you confidence in your skills and competence to manage your OS patients
  • Look at the transfer of skills onto implant work
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Lectures

Opening day 2

8:45am - 9am

New trends in biomimetic indirect anterior restorations with digital workflows

9:00am - 9:45am
Dr. Javier Tapia, Jacobo Somoza
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TEAMwork in compromised anterior cases, a BIO-emulation approach

9:45am - 10:30am
Dr. Marco Gresnigt, Edris Rasta
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The complete esthetic workflow: From diagnostics to creating the smile design for each individual patient

11:00am - 11:45am
Dr. Dan Lazar, Dr. Roxana Petcu
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Orthodontics - the other restorative discipline

11:45am - 12:30pm
Dr. Koray Feran, Dr. Moira Wong
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Bone Loss, Biotype and Braces - probing questions, straight answers!

2:00pm - 2:45pm
Dr. David Waring, Dr. Ian Dunn
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The periodontal prosthodontic interface

2:45pm - 3:30pm
Dr. Boota Singh Ubhi, Dr. Gurvinder Bhirth
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Endo-resto continuum – The combined care of ‘the tooth’

4:00pm - 4:45pm
Dr. Jon Cowie, Dr. Luca Moranzoni
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How 3D printing is changing the face of denture manufacture

4:45pm - 5:30pm
Dr. James Hamill
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Lunch

1pm - 2pm
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New trends in biomimetic indirect anterior restorations with digital workflows

9:00am - 9:45am
Dr. Javier Tapia, Jacobo Somoza

Aesthetic anterior restorations created with digital workflows bring many advantages to

achieve a faster and durable outcome. However, given the wide variety of available

materials, we need a deeper understanding of each materials properties, including both

mechanical and optical, in order to choose the right material for each situation and develop

the right design and process strategies.

Mechanical properties are of paramount importance to achieve longevity and stability of

both the restorations and its bonding interface. Although we usually focus on pure resistance

properties, other factors as gap formation during crystallisation, milling properties to achieve

thin margins or polish-ability, for perfect surface stability should all be considered as well.

Optical properties such as opalescence and fluorescence, recently added to the latest

generation of CAD/CAM blocks enable a more faithful emulation of natural tissues,

ultimately closing the aesthetic gap with more complex traditional hand-crafted solutions.

Aims and objectives:

  • Gain an understanding of optical and mechanical properties needed for biomimetic restorations
  • Advantages and limitations of current and new generation of materials
  • Key factors for preparation design with digital workflows
  • Guidelines for successful manufacturing and finishing
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TEAMwork in compromised anterior cases, a BIO-emulation approach

9:45am - 10:30am
Dr. Marco Gresnigt, Edris Rasta

We all know the beautiful veneer cases with lots of enamel, but what if we have a compromised situation?

In cases with existing composite restorations or more than 50% of dentin.

What can we expect from this bond to dentin with indirect restorations? In this lecture we will cover the topics of teamwork, how to trust each other, adhesive anterior restorations with a focus on the bonding procedure with mixed substrates.

Aims and objectives:

  • Survival and prognosis if minimal invasive procedures
  • The effect of immediate dentin sealing
  • Adhesive procedures on existing restorations
  • The use of tooth transplantation
  • What materials to use
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The complete esthetic workflow: From diagnostics to creating the smile design for each individual patient

11:00am - 11:45am
Dr. Dan Lazar, Dr. Roxana Petcu

The purpose of our lecture is to present our workflow regarding the esthetic diagnosis, our esthetic chart based on the most important references regarding the face, the smile, and the white and pink tissues. 

Based on our diagnosis, we can then envision the final esthetic outcome, starting with the position, the ideal exposure and the proportion of the upper central incisors. This way, we can establish our treatment goals right from the beginning, starting with the end in mind. Furthermore, it can help us determine the most suited treatment approach for each patient, choosing the path that is less invasive and weighing the risks and benefits of the approach from the beginning. 

We’ll talk about the classical way of creating the dental smile design as well as the digital approach, using the Smile Cloud. We’ll present our clinical cases in order to underline the main aspect and to present the complete workflow.

Aims and objectives:

  • Understand esthetic diagnostics: esthetic references of the face and smile
  • The esthetic diagnostics: esthetic references of the pink and white tissue
  • The complete esthetic diagnosis to the dental smile design 

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Orthodontics - the other restorative discipline

11:45am - 12:30pm
Dr. Koray Feran, Dr. Moira Wong

Orthodontics is an invaluable and necessary part of modern treatment planning for complex restorative cases. Optimising tooth positions saves tooth structure during restorative work and allows better treatment outcomes in terms of function and aesthetics.

However, there is often a dichotomy of approach for “restorative” cases and “orthodontic” cases when it comes to occlusion and temporomandibular joint management. This lecture hopes to provide a comprehensive and inclusive approach to temporomandibular joint and occlusal planning for restorative and orthodontic teams to ensure consistent communication and outcomes.

Aims and objectives:

You will gain an understanding of treatment planning for complex restorative cases, taking into consideration:

  • Arch form alterations
  • Occlusal plane alterations
  • De-crowding and alignment for minimisation of restorative preparation
  • Alteration of occlusal relationships for guidance and stability
  • Mixed orthodontic implant cases (intrusion/extrusion and use of definitive implant and TAD anchorage)
  • Discussion of planning ideal tooth positions when the final tooth shapes are not yet known –(chicken /egg)
  • The role of orthognathic surgery and how to diagnose necessity
  • When to compromise
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Bone Loss, Biotype and Braces - probing questions, straight answers!

2:00pm - 2:45pm
Dr. David Waring, Dr. Ian Dunn

During this lecture Ian and David will look at the perio-ortho interface and answer lots of the common questions around the orthodontic management of periodontal patients. They will look at what is meant by periodontal stability, what should be done for the perio patient once in orthodontic treatment.

The impact of phenotype on treatment planning will be discussed including when to graft or if to graft. David will discuss the diagnosis, management considerations, mechanics and retention of the orthodontic patient including the use of short-term orthodontics. They will finish off by looking a series of perio-ortho cases.

Aims:

  • To understand the perio-ortho interface and when we can consider orthodontic treatment in periodontally compromised patients
  • To understand how phenotype may impact on your treatment planning and consider when or if we need to consider grafting
  • To look at orthodontic diagnosis in periodontal patients and orthodontic considerations specific to periodontal patients
  • To look at orthodontic retention and highlight the need for ongoing monitoring of both the perio stability and retention
  • To review some perio-ortho cases

Objectives:

Following this lecture attendees should:
  • Know when it is acceptable to consider orthodontic management in relation to periodontal stability
  • Be able to list the common features of thin and thick phenotype and consider their impact on orthodontic tooth movement
  • Be aware of the specific problems and considerations that need to be considered when orthodontically managing patients with reduced periodontiums
  • Be familiar with ortho retention


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The periodontal prosthodontic interface

2:45pm - 3:30pm
Dr. Boota Singh Ubhi, Dr. Gurvinder Bhirth

This presentation will show and explain the fundamental principles needed to assess the soft tissues and maintain periodontal health when carrying out prosthodontic treatment. The importance of periodontal pre-assessment, prosthetic margin design and location for long-term stability will be covered.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand the different soft tissue types
  • Understand why the location of the prosthetic margin is relevant to a facially derived treatment plan
  • Understand when to perform crown lengthening or root coverage surgery or use in conjunction with orthodontic therapies for soft tissue aesthetics in smile design
  • Understand the differing margins designs and location
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Endo-resto continuum – The combined care of ‘the tooth’

4:00pm - 4:45pm
Dr. Jon Cowie, Dr. Luca Moranzoni

Jon and Luca are not going to be talking about endodontics. They are going to take you through the evolution and future of restorative endodontics. With the advances in technology in the digital world and in endodontics, the opportunities to improve work-flow, patient-care and outcomes, are all around us. 

This lecture will look at how digital technologies can benefit patients and clinicians, and how small changes in your everyday practice can make a huge impact on your overall endodontic outcome. We will be knocking at the door of Endodontics 4.0, the next shift in endodontic practice.

Aims and objectives:

  • Understand what is key in modern restorative endodontics
  • How can we use digital technologies to enhance predictability in treatment execution and outcome
  • Create a mindset that realistic, small changes can make a big impact – atomic changes and marginal gains



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How 3D printing is changing the face of denture manufacture

4:45pm - 5:30pm
Dr. James Hamill

As the digital revolution continues to gather pace the design and manufacture of dentures is not escaping its expanding reach. This huge segment of the dental market has much to gain from adopting select techniques from the digital world, especially in regards to manufacture. Learn about how the efficiencies of 3D printing and the advancements in material design are changing our perceptions of the humble denture.

Aims and objectives:

  • Gain a foundation of successful digital denture design and manufacture using 3D printing
  • Understand the benefits that intra-oral scanning can bring to the delivery of full and partial dentures
  • Have an understanding of the use of EXOCAD for denture design
  • Understand the benefits of bench top lab scanners
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Team day

Digital marketing masterclass

9:00am - 11:00am
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Mark Oborn
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Digital workflows and scanning for the dental team

11:30am - 1:30pm
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Dr. Douglas Watt
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Effective communication for dental nurses in oral health education, the management of ‘difficult’ patients, and complaints management

2.30pm - 4:30pm
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Jo Russell
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Coffee

11:00am - 11:30am

Lunch

1:00pm - 2:15pm
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Digital marketing masterclass

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9:00am - 11:00am
Mark Oborn

What you will learn:

  • What type of industry is dentistry? And how to utilise this knowledge to improve digital marketing
  • How customers TRULY evaluate a business
  • How to use Relationship Marketing & Social Media
  • What a patient’s decision making process is & how we can use this
  • Top tips to make ALL your marketing more effective
  • Tips for getting Google to lurve your website
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Digital workflows and scanning for the dental team

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11:30am - 1:30pm
Dr. Douglas Watt

Learning outcomes:

  • You will gain overview of digital dentistry in practice and learn strategies of how to scan patients

Aims:

  • This session will focus on digital workflows and how these can be used within the team to improve patient communication and treatment outcomes

Objectives: 

  • To present an overview of digital workflows in practice and explore how the team can be involved with this, and to carry out a practical using intraoral scanners


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Effective communication for dental nurses in oral health education, the management of ‘difficult’ patients, and complaints management

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2.30pm - 4:30pm
Jo Russell

Learning outcomes:

  • By the end of the session, the delegate should be able to learn the secret to unlocking communication and successful personal transactions

Aims:

  • To be able to initiate effective communication with patients and colleagues in an appropriate and successful manner

Objectives:

  • Consider the communication chain and the interdependent links in that chain
  • Learn about emotional intelligence, ego states and transactional analyses for successful communication
  • Enable these skills to be used in complaints management & successful oral health education
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Wednesday bonus workshops

A day at EvoDental

9.30am - 5:30pm
5 out of 12 spaces left
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A personal development day

12.30pm - 6:00pm
4 out of 20 spaces left
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TubuleStart day

12.30pm - 5:30pm
11 out of 20 spaces left
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A day at EvoDental

5 out of 12 spaces left
9.30am - 5:30pm

A Day at EvoDental. A bonus day dedicated to dentists who undertake implant treatments. EvoDental will host you (down the road) as you observe their workflows, their planning and a live execution of how they conduct their surgeries together with discussion sessions with the clinical director. For more information, contact us at congress2022@tubules.com

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A personal development day

4 out of 20 spaces left
12.30pm - 6:00pm

Personal leadership day. A bonus day dedicated to practice owners, leaders and anyone wanting to bring the best out of their team. Speakers and workshops all focused on how to get your team connected, rejuvenated and overcome the recruitment and retention crisis . For more information, contact us at congress2022@tubules.com

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TubuleStart day

11 out of 20 spaces left
12.30pm - 5:30pm

TubuleStart :  A bonus day dedicated to dentists within the first 5 years at no additional cost. . You will get a treatment planning session with two experienced clinicians, presentations from the finalists of the  Tubulestart competition, and a personalised question and answer session with the speakers of the congress. For more information, contact us at congress2022@tubules.com

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