A day with Dr Chris Orr: Aesthetic and adhesive dentistry

Event Details

Event Name
A day with Dr Chris Orr: Aesthetic and adhesive dentistry
Event Type

BDA SEMINAR

Event Subject
Clinical
Topics
Topic Groups(Aesthetic Dentistry, General Dental Practice, Restorative Dentistry)
Date
07/07/2017
Time

08:15 - 17:00

Venue

British Dental Association

Address
64 Wimpole Street, LONDON, W1G 8YS, England
Speakers
Christopher Orr
CPD Hours
 
Booking Fee(s)

Dental Care Professional: £170.00
BDA member: £270.00
Non member: £360.00

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Tel: 020 7563 4590

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A day with Dr Chris Orr

 

Aesthetic and adhesive dentistry in general practice
Evidence based guidelines for successful aesthetic restorations

 

 

LONDON   |   Friday 7 July 2017

British Dental Association, London

 

 

Learning objectives

 

  • To examine today’s restorative materials and see how adhesive, cementation, composite and ceramic options can be best utilised for the aesthetic restoration of anterior and posterior teeth;
  • To discuss current simplified approaches to the placement of anterior and posterior composite;
  • To revisit traditional approaches to tooth preparation for anterior and posterior indirect restorations;
  • To show how veneers and onlays can be an aesthetic and conservative alternative to traditional indirect restorations;
  • To examine specific evidence behind these techniques and critical appraisal of the research;
  • To compare restoration longevity for different restorations;
  • To give practitioners real life statistics to share with their patients when treatment planning. 


Programme

​08:15Registration, refreshments and exhibition
​09:00​Direct and indirect restorations for anterior teeth: direct composite, veneers, crowns
  • Current concepts of adhesion to tooth tissue: total etch, self-etch or selective etch?
  • Evaluate which restorative material to use in a given situation
  • Layered vs single shade placement: choice of composite based on the clinical situation
  • Current concepts of tooth preparation design for maximum conservation with indirect restorations
10:30​Morning refreshments and exhibition  
​11:00Direct and indirect restorations for anterior teeth: direct composite, veneers, crowns cont'd
  • Cementation considerations
  • Restoring anterior teeth after endodontic treatment: the importance of the ferrule and the rise of non-metallic posts
  • Strategies for managing discoloured teeth in the aesthetic zone
  • The situations where crowns aren't a good idea
​12:30Lunch and exhibition
​13:30Direct and indirect restorations for posterior teeth: direct composite, onlays and crowns
  • Which technique in which situation?
  • The rise of bulk fill: why we may soon say goodbye to layering posterior composite
  • Current concepts of tooth preparation design for maximum conservation with indirect restorations
  • Conservative approaches for heavily-filled posterior teeth
15:00 Afternoon refreshments and exhibition
15:30Direct and indirect restorations for posterior teeth: direct composite, onlays and crowns cont'd
  • Differences between the restoration of anterior and posterior teeth following endodontic treatment… when do we really need a post in a posterior tooth?
  • Why we probably don't need to place crowns on single posterior teeth any more
  • Onlays vs crowns: is it time to say goodbye to traditional crown preparations?
  • Bonding and cementation considerations
17:00​Close of seminar


 

Speaker

 

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​Chris Orr

Dr Christopher Orr is one of the UK's most prominent cosmetic dentists, who practices cosmetic and restorative dentistry in a multidisciplinary clinic in central London. He is an Accredited Member of the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and also a Certified Member of the European Society of Cosmetic Dentistry. He is also a Past President of the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry as well as being a Past President of the Odontological Section of the Royal Society of Medicine and a former Director of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.

Through Advanced Dental Seminars, he runs a one-year comprehensive course in cosmetic dentistry and aesthetic restorative dentistry for general dentists. This is one of the UK's most popular courses on the subject - over 500 dentists have completed the programme over the last few years. In addition he lectures extensively around the UK and abroad, having been an invited speaker at meetings throughout Europe, North and South America and Asia.

His work has been widely featured in the UK and international press, across radio, television, print and online media. Chris has authored an interactive learning title on Digital Clinical Photography and the production of a BBC documentary on the science behind cosmetic treatments.

 

 

Booking information

Early bird rates*

BDA members: £220 (normally £270)

Non-members: £310 (normally £360)

DCPs: £120 (normally £170) 

 *Early bird rates expire on Monday 24 April 2017

 

The fee includes refreshments, a standing buffet lunch and all course documentation.

 

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Venue

The seminar is held at the British Dental Association, 64 Wimpole Street, London W1G 8YS.

Accreditation

The seminar meets the educational criteria set by the GDC for verifiable CPD (6 hours) and is certified by the British Dental Association.

Hotel accommodation

If you wish to stay overnight during the event please contact MICE Concierge our appointed hotel booking agency or call 01438 908770.

 

Further information

Please contact: Merete Ficken, Events Executive, British Dental Association, 64 Wimpole Street, London W1G 8YS or call 020 7563 4590


Cancellation Policy

All cancellations must be received in writing either by fax to 020 7563 4591, or by email, or by post to The Events Department, BDA, 64 Wimpole Street, London W1G 8YS. This must then be followed by a telephone call to confirm receipt. Cancellations received 29 days or more prior to the conference will be entitled to a 100% credit voucher or refund. Cancellations received between 15 days and 28 days (inclusive) prior to the conference will receive a 100% credit voucher to attend a future BDA seminar or a 75% refund. For cancellations received between 1 day and 14 days (inclusive) prior to the conference, no credit voucher or refund will be given. Failure to attend the event on the day will constitute late cancellation and no credit voucher or refund will be given. Substitutions are welcome at any time.

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the programme may change and the BDA reserves the right to cancel the event or alter the venue and/or speakers.