This series presents all the lectures filmed at ConsEuro 2015
Lecture 1. The Future of Caries Management
In this lecture, Prof Bob Ten Cate looks at the future of caries management. We have always looked at changing the mineral structure, using the remin and min process. But what about the microbiology. Prof Ten Cate explains the work they have been doing in altering the microbiology and options available that will have an impact on future caries management.
Lecture 2. Distance learning education programmes and their impact on education
This lecture filmed at ConsEuro 2015 as part of a series of lectures.Prof Brian Millar provides an overview of the distance learning programmes at King's College and the future of such programmes
Lecture 3. How smart can dental adhesives get
Discusses some of the ideal characteristics needed from adhesives and the definition of a smart material. He explained where we are and how the future is progressing. An interesting lecture for those interested in knowing more about the future of adhesion.
Lectures 4 and 5. Tooth coloured concepts for implant dentistry
This lecture filmed at ConsEuro 2015 as part of a series of lectures. Florian Beuer and Josef Schweiger Florian talks about tooth coloured prosthetic solutions for single implants together with the digital workflow. The implications and limitations of zirconia implants are discussed as well as the role of CAD CAM in aesthetic implant restorations in the posterior and anterior segments. In part 1 of 2 where the role of digital scanning and monolithic zirconia and disilicates in posterior restorations is explained.
In part 2 of 2 where the role of digital scanning and monolithic scanning for anterior restorations is explained
Lecture 6. Social media and clinical recordings. Educational and ethical issues and challenges
In this lecture, Jonathan San Diego highlights how social media has become pertinent to daily existence .
Lecture 7. Clinical impressions of digital scanning
Learning outcomes from this lecture include
Lecture 8 . Lasers and restorative dentistry
In this lecture, Dr Mark Cronshaw gives an overview of the use of lasers in restorative dentistry. He demonstrates a clinical case of laser ablation of a class V failing composite, removal of carious tissue in cavities, amalgam ablation, use of lasers in composite veneers and feldspathic veneers, ceramic brackets, use of lasers in dentine hypersensitivity and finally their use in various endodontic applications
Lecture 9. Technology Enhanced Student Education
In this lecture Dr Mark Woolford talks about how technology is shaping the educational front for the modern student. A very interesting lecture identifying what the modern student wants and how they go about their learning, with the use of technology
Lecture 10. Improving your dental photography in practice
Mike Sharland provides an introduction to dental photography, explaining how to use your settings on the camera and then how to improve your digital photograpy
Lecture 11. Anticipated changes and developments in restorative dentistry
Professor Nairn Wilson talks about what he thinks will be the future of conservative dentistry
Lecture 12. Minimally invasive Dentistry. Evidence based critical review
Patrick Sequiera talks about a critical review of minimally invasive dentistry
Lecture 13. What are the future directions of demineralisation and remineralisation
Paul Anderson talks about future possibilities in molecular dentistry and remineralisation / demineralisation balance
Lecture 14. Clinical developments in calcium silicates
Pierre Colon discusses about clinical developments in calcium silicates
Lecture 15. Technology in dermatology and anti-ageing
Robert Rutland talks about dermatology and anti-ageing treatments
Lecture 16. Critical based review of scanner
Rupert Austin provides a critical based review of scanners
Lecture 17. Reality in simulation
Steve Jarvis talks about simulation - the positives and downsides as seen in the airline industry and how it can relate to dentistry
Lecture 18. Biomimetic Dental Materials. Can we put the mineral back?
Prof Tim Watson talks about the viability of putting mineral back into biomimetic dental materials
Lecture 19. Practice based research networks. Trials and tribulations
A lecture from Prof Van Thompson
Lecture 20. A critical review of scanners
In this lecture, Dr Chris Louca provides a very good overview of the application of lasers in various clinical scenarios including the following
He provides clinical evidence that has been quoted in each of these areas, providing a brief overview of the quality, and conclustions of the evidence. Useful overview for anyone willing to start out in lasers