Barts and The London Alumni Association present: Barts and The London Dental Club Annual Clinical Meeting - Friday 28th - Saturday 29th February 2020

Implants in a digital world - Dr. Eoin O’Sullivan

In this video, Dr. Eoin O’Sullivan discusses implants in a digital world.

Aims and objectives:

Gain an understanding of implants in a digital world, taking into consideration:

  • Digital workflow: planning phase, surgery, restorative phase
  • Intraoral scanners: optical scanning, fringe projection, confocal microscopy, benefits
  • Prosthetically-driven implant dentistry: diagnosis, treatment planning, surgical procedure, re-entry, impression and provisional, final restoration
  • Implant planning with digital technology, software, guided surgery
  • IOS or surface scan 

The 'new' periodontal disease classification - Professor Francis Hughes

In this interactive session, Professor Francis Hughes is joined on the panel by Professor Kevin Seymour, Professor Wendy Turner, Dr. Nikos Mardas and an audience to discuss the new classification of periodontal disease.

Aims and objectives:

Gain an understanding of the new classification of periodontal disease through this interactive session, taking into consideration:

  • Old classification
  • Why a new classification
  • Staging and grading of periodontitis
  • BSP implementation/modification of the new classification of periodontal disease

Resilience in the workplace: What matters most? - Kathleen Sullivan

In this video, Kathleen Sullivan discusses resilience in the workplace.

Aims and objectives:

Gain an understanding of resilience in the workplace, taking into consideration:

  • Concepts of flow state, core values and the circle of concern and how these relate to resilience
  • Identifying personal stress triggers and the unique factors which restore our balance
  • How a solutions-focused approach can be used to encourage new habits and behaviours linked to a more balanced life
  • The benefits of setting a personal intention and commitment to action for generating more resilience in the workplace 

'Be a Man' - focus on masculinity and empathy - Chris Hemmings

In this video, journalist and writer Chris Hemmings discusses masculinity and empathy.

Aims and objectives:

Gain an understanding of masculinity, taking into consideration:

  • Empathy: evolutionary factors, social factors
  • Male issues: health, mental health, societal
  • Power and influence
  • What is means to be a man, boys will be boys
  • Emotional labour
  • Sphere of influence

Patient safety in dentistry, pull the other one! - Dr. Edmund Bailey

In this video, Dr. Edmund Bailey discusses patient safety in dentistry.

Aims and objectives:

Gain an understanding of patient safety in dentistry, taking into consideration:

  • What constitutes a patient safety incident
  • Evidence base for patient safety
  • Experience with checklists and other interventions
  • National picture in relation to patient safety
  • Maintaining patient safety in primary care

Mentoring, what it can do for you - Dr's. Dominic Hurst and Janine Brooks

Dr’s. Dominic Hurst and Janine Brooks discuss mentoring and what it can do for you.

Aims and objectives:

Gain an understanding of mentoring, taking into consideration:

  • How mentoring can benefit personal and professional goals and development
  • Dental Alumni Mentoring Scheme (DAMS)
  • Skills used in mentoring

Periodontal regeneration. The past, present and future… - Dr. Hiten Halai

Aims and objectives:

Gain an understanding of periodontal regeneration, taking into consideration:

  • The basic concepts of periodontal regeneration
  • Non-surgical management, repair
  • Surgical management, guided tissue regeneration
  • Evaluation of the difference between periodontal regeneration and periodontal repair
  • Biological concept
  • Periodontal regeneration, evolution of techniques
  • The different clinical techniques and biomaterials available for periodontal regeneration
  • 3D printed scaffolds, 3D imaging, CAD/CAM, bio-engineering

Implant prostheses fit, what do we know? - Dr. Ioannis Papadopoulos

Aims and objectives:

Gain an understanding of the implant prosthesis fit, taking into consideration:

  • Why good fit is important, plaque, stress, mechanical complications
  • How can we check, in vivo, in vitro
  • Where can errors occur, framework casting procedures, impression stage, fit stage
  • Digital vs conventional implant impressions, methodology, results
  • How to achieve a good fit, good planning and implant placement, good impressions, verify impression, know your abutments, confirm fit

All on zero – Do C/C have a place in 2020? - Dr Michael Myint 

Aims and objectives:

Gain an understanding of complete over complete dentures, taking into consideration:

  • Adult dental health survey 2009
  • Quality of life
  • Implants vs removable
  • Retention, stability, support
  • Patient expectations
  • Research, patient satisfaction, results   

Change or decay: The future dental workforce? - Professor Jenny Gallagher 

Aims and objectives:

Gain an understanding of the future dental workforce, taking into consideration:

  • Where are we now
  • Why change, pressure for workforce change, societal change
  • What might an ideal future look like, meeting future need
  • How do we get there, integrated care and population health

Interactive treatment planning - Professor Shakeel Shahdad 

Aims and objectives:

Gain an understanding of treatment planning through this interactive session, taking into consideration:

  • Presenting complaint of each case
  • Diagnosis, prognosis
  • Treatment options
  • Treatment undertaken 

 

  

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