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Contemporary periodontal and peri-implant management in general dental practice
Friday 30 June 2017
LONDON | Friday 22 September 2017
- Evaluate the prognosis of
periodontally involved teeth
- Assess and diagnose
periodontal and peri-implant disease effectively
- Describe contemporary disease
- Understand the importance of
and techniques for the maintenance of peri-implant health
Registration, refreshments and exhibition
|09:00||Improve your knowledge of aetiology and prognosis|
- Assessing the prognosis of periodontally involved teeth (interactive session)
- Risk factors involved in the aetiology of periodontal diseases
- The role of the biofilm in disease.
Morning refreshments and exhibition
|10:50||Advances in the assessment and diagnosis of periodontal diseases |
- Periodontal screening - new developments
- Assessment of periodontal diseases in practice
- Radiography of periodontal patients
- Diagnosis of periodontal diseases (quiz).
|12:20||Lunch and exhibition|
|13:20||The importance of both self- and professional care|
- Management planning for perio patients
- Self-care and its relevance
- Oral hygiene techniques and patient motivation
- Professional care - non-surgical treatment and antimicrobials.
Afternoon refreshments and exhibition
|Challenges and dilemmas in implant management |
- Save teeth or place implants?
- Self-care of implants
- Professional implant care
- Implants in the periodontally susceptible patient.
| 16:40||Close of seminar|
|||Dr Phil Ower|
Specialist in Periodontics, PerioCourses Ltd
Phil qualified from King's London in 1978. He joined the RAF after qualifying and was a general dental practitioner until taking an MSc in Periodontology in 1992, after which he was RAF Adviser in Periodontology and ran the RAF School of Dental Hygiene. After leaving the RAF in 1996 he lectured at the Eastman Dental Institute and worked in several specialist practices.
For 10 years he worked alongside the renowned Bernie Kieser at the Periodontal Practice in London and now practices exclusively at the Briars Dental Centre in Newbury. He has been an examiner for the Royal College of Surgeons of England (MGDS) and was President of the British Society of Periodontology for 2016.
Phil has published widely and has sat on several editorial boards. He is co-editor and co-author of Practical Periodontics, a new undergraduate textbook for the publisher Elsevier. He lectures throughout the UK and internationally.
|||Dr Ian Dunn|
Specialist in Periodontics, PerioCourses Ltd
Ian qualified from Leeds in 1998. He went into NHS general practice after qualifying and was a general dental practitioner for many years. During that time, though a part time teaching role at Liverpool University, he developed a passion for periodontology and concentrated his postgraduate studies and teaching activities on Perio whilst maintaining a busy general practice list. This culminated in him pursuing an MSc in Periodontology and ultimately becoming the Teaching Lead in Periodontics at Liverpool University and gaining a place on the GDC Specialist List in Periodontology.
Ian continues to maintain a busy referral network on the North West working between Liverpool and Wilmslow. He has been the Honorary Editor and Webmaster for the British Society of Periodontology and lectures nationally through the UK, having spoken at most of the major UK dental conferences.
|BDA members: £245||Non-members: £335||DCPs: £145|
The fee includes refreshments, a standing buffet lunch and all course documentation.
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020 7563 4590
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The seminar meets the educational criteria set by the GDC for verifiable CPD (6 hours) and is certified by the British Dental Association.
INNSIDE Manchester Hotel
1 First Street
Manchester M15 4FN
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Please contact: Merete Ficken, Events Executive, British Dental Association, 64 Wimpole Street, London W1G 8YS or call 020 7563 4590
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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.