2 Day Complete All 4 - 2022 DentAlliance WORKSHOPS

IMPORTANT PLEASE NOTE: You must have completed the online webinar package (Contemporary Global Trends in Clinical Dentistry and Future Perspectives - 2021 DentAlliance WEBINARS), before enrolling onto these face-to-face workshops. Spaces are very limited so book early to avoid disapointment.

 

Complete DentAlliance 2 Day 4 Workshop Package

Innovative CPD from new international dental alliance

Contemporary Global Trends in Clinical Dentistry & Future Perspectives is the focus of new CPD training from DentAlliance – a partnership between King’s College London’s Faculty of Dentistry, Oral & Craniofacial Sciences and 3 other prestigious Dental Schools from the U.S., Australia and Singapore.

DentAlliance is a collaboration of four prestigious dental schools with each bringing their world-leading expertise to enhance professional practice in dentistry. Together, we present a program that delivers global insights into contemporary trends in clinical dentistry and future perspectives.

This exciting program features engaging content, practical case studies, hands-on training, and clinical insights from a range of experts. Examine the latest in emerging trends and innovations in the dentistry, alongside topical discussion and live Q&As.


 

Day 1 Saturday 26th March 2022 AM:

Digital Planning for Aesthetic and Functional Success

This half-day face-to-face workshop covers the practical elements discuss in the webinar:


Digital Planning for Esthetic and Functional Success

  • Fundamentals of digital capture, planning and communication

Speakers will review the basic principles that guide the digital process and discuss how it can be applied in clinical dental practice. Particlar emphasis will be given to understanding the pocess and indications of 2D and 3D digital smile design. Strategies for effective digital communication among the dental care team will also be discussed.

  • Clinical applications of digital dentistry in prosthetic, implant and cosmetic dentistry (patient-based presentations)

Speakers will use patient-based presentations to demonstrate how to employ functional and esthetic determinants in digital case planning. Furthermore, the use of additive manufacturing (3D printing) and other frequently utilized digital tools in esthetic diagnosis will be discussed, with particular reference to their role in better patient outcomes in prosthetic, cosmetic and implant dentistry.

 

Hands-on Workshop facilitated by:

Dr Rupert Austin

Clinical Senior Lecturer and Consultant in Prosthodontics at King’s College London's Faculty of Dentistry, Oral & Craniofacial Sciences.

Dr Jose Rodriguez

Consultant in Restorative Dentistry at Guy’s and St Thomas NHS Trust and a Specialist in Prosthodontics and Restorative Dentistry.

Dr. Josh Sharpling

Specialty Trainee in Prosthodontics at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust, and is an MClinDent student in Prosthodontics at King’s College London Faculty of Dentistry, Oral and Craniofacial Sciences.


 

Day 1 Saturday 26th March 2022 PM:

3D Orthodontic Diagnosis Step by Step

This half-day face-to-face workshop covers the practical elements discuss in the webinar:


Digital Orthodontics

  • Digital Orthodontics Part 1 and Digital Orthodontics Part 2

Traditional orthodontic diagnosis relies on 2-dimensional images and plaster casts, with treatment outcomes heavily relying on clinical skills. Digital technology slowly made its way into the orthodontic world at the end of last century. CBCT imaging and digital models only entered our clinics at the beginning of this millennium. Does CBCT technology improve our diagnostic performance? Can 3D digital treatment planning improve outcomes?

These webinars will describe the impact and advantages of digital technology in the field of orthodontics, with the aim of improved personalized patient care. The lecture will identify areas where digital technology can help clinicians improve orthodontic treatment. The lecture also will focus on the possibilities of CAD-CAM technology for customized treatments.

 

Hands-on Workshop facilitated by:

Farooq Ahmed

Consultant in Orthodontics at Guy’s and St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust and Northwick Park Hospital. Lead for aligners at Guy's & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust.

Professor Dirk Bister

Clinical Lead and Consultant in Orthodontics at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Foundation Trust; Honorary Professor in the Faculty of Dentistry, Oral & Craniofacial Sciences, King’s College London.

Professor Martyn Cobourne

Professor and Academic Lead in Orthodontics in the Faculty of Dentistry, Oral & Craniofacial Sciences, King’s College London; Honorary Consultant in Orthodontics at Guy’s and St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust.


 

Day 2 Saturday 27th March 2022 AM:

Crown Lengthening Surgery: A Step by Step Guide

This half-day face-to-face workshop covers the practical elements discuss in the webinar:


Crown-lengthening Surgery

  • Can we save the ‘unsavable’ teeth? What is the limit of periodontal treatment in 2020?

This webinar will discuss how the latest advances in periodontal treatment have pushed the boundaries of what teeth affected by periodontitis can be retained. The definition of ‘hopeless’ tooth will be reviewed and both non-surgical and surgical treatment options will be described.

  • Novel biologic concepts underpinning periodontitis and response to periodontal surgery

This presentation will highlight the key biologic regulators of the junctional epithelium in health, disease and following periodontal and implant surgery. Drawing on the latest research, clinical implications of this knowledge will be discussed.

 

Hands-on Workshop facilitated by:

Prof. Luigi Nibali

Professor/Honorary Consultant, Academic Lead and Director of the Postgraduate program in Periodontology.

Dr. Rupal Patel

Specialist/ Consultant in Periodontology, Guy’s Hospital.


 

 Day 2 Sunday 27th March 2022 PM:

Third Molar Surgery

This half-day face-to-face workshop covers the practical elements discuss in the webinar:


Third Molar Surgery

  • The wisdom behind wisdom teeth surgery

This webinar will review the basic sciences, principles, surgical anatomy and techniques involved in surgical removal of third molars. The webinar will also cover common complications, with an overview of up-to-date evidence for management.

  • Clinical and radiographic evaluation, case selection and risk management

In this webinar, the speakers will review the criteria on case selection, how to evaluate the patient clinically and radiographically and stratify how to minimise risks in case selection.


Hands-on Workshop Introduction

The course will review the basic sciences, principles, surgical anatomy and techniques involved in surgical removal of third molars. The presenter will also cover common complications and their management.

Using selected cases as standardized examples, the small group discussion will be conducted in a question-and-answer format discussing posed questions designed to illustrate and reinforce the topics of the lectures.

Aims and Objectives

  • Determine & discuss participants experiences, and difficulties faced during removal of third molars.
  • To review the criteria on case selection, how to evaluate the patient clinically and radiographically and stratify how to minimize risks in case selection.
  • To gain hands-on practical using 3D printed task trainers.

Hands-on Workshop facilitated by:

Dr Nadine Khawaja

Honorary Consultant and Senior Specialist Clinical Teacher in Oral Surgery at the Faculty of Dentistry, Oral and Craniofacial Sciences, King’s College London.

Dr Louis Wm McArdle 

Honorary Consultant in Oral Surgery at KCL and Guy’s Dental Hospital, GSTT NHS Foundation Trust, Senior Specialist Clinical Teacher.

Dr Aneesha Shah

Consultant Oral Surgeon, King's College Dental Hospital, London


Course Properties

Course Date 26-03-2022 8:45 am
Course End Date 27-03-2022 5:00 pm
Registration Start Date 02-07-2021 8:00 am
Capacity 22
Cut off date 25-03-2022 11:55 pm
Individual Price £750.00
Location LonDEC
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