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Whole mouth health – perio and caries prevention, London

Event Type
BDA SEMINAR
Event Subject
Clinical
Topics
Topic Groups (Academia and Research, Oral Health)
Date
Thursday 21 June 2018
Time
09:00 - 17:00
Venue
British Dental Association
Address
64 Wimpole Street, LONDON, W1G 8YS, England
Speakers
Rema Hamad, Paul Brocklehurst, Paul Anderson
Booking Fees
  • Essential member: £195.00
  • Complimentary: Expert member: £0.00
  • Complimentary: Extra member: £0.00

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Whole mouth health - perio and caries prevention


Thursday 21 June 2018   |   LONDON


Exclusive event for BDA members

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Session highlights*:

  • An introduction to the perio and caries campaign promoted by European Federation of Periodontology (EFP)
  • Challenges and barriers around implementing evidence-based guidelines in practice
  • Making prevention work in practice
  • Understand the bacterial challenge of maintaining oral health and the benefits of using an antibacterial toothpaste for Whole Mouth Health
  • Review practice tools to help support patient engagement and responsibility
  • Explore barriers and opportunities of embedding evidence-based prevention in practice
  • The structure and function of the smart-fluid saliva
  • Saliva and molecular dentistry: Why the molecular make-up of saliva and enamel are similar
  • How can saliva be engineered to produce better clinical outcomes.

 

​Programme

08:30

Registration, refreshments and exhibition

​09:00

Challenges and barriers to implementing the EFP guidelines
  • Provide an overview of the latest guidelines from the EFP
  • Provide an overview of the evidence generation process
  • Discuss the challenges in the translation of evidence into clinical practice.

Paul Brocklehurst, Professor of Health Services Research and Director of NWORTH Clinical Trials Unit, Bangor University

09:40Putting prevention into practice
  • Understand how current clinical guidelines can be utilised in practice   
  • Understand the bacterial challenge of maintaining oral health and the benefits of using an antibacterial toothpaste for Whole Mouth Health
  • Review practice tools to help support patient engagement and responsibility.    

Rema Hamad, GDP, Salford

​10:00

Speaker panel and ​Q&A

10:15

Morning refreshments and exhibition

​10:45Facilitated workshop
  • Explore barriers and opportunities of embedding evidence-based prevention in practice
  • Share best practice and practical ideas from the group
  • Devise a plan of action to take into practice the next day.  

James Ashley, Dentist

12:00

Lunch and exhibition

​13:00New advances in understanding the role of saliva in protecting the oral environment
  • Understand the structure and function of the smart-fluid saliva.

Paul Anderson, Professor of Oral Biology, Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry

14:30

Afternoon refreshments and exhibition

15:00

New advances in understanding the role of saliva in protecting the oral environment (cont'd)

  • Saliva and molecular dentistry: Why the molecular make-up of saliva and enamel are similar
  • How can saliva be engineered to produce better clinical outcomes.

Paul Anderson, Professor of Oral Biology, Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry

16:30

Close of seminar

Speakers

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Professor of Oral Biology, Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry

Paul graduated in biophysics from Leeds University and then went on to do a PhD in dental biophysics from London University. He was appointed Professor of Oral Biology in 2014 at the Dental School, Queen Mary University of London. His BDS teaching is predominately on basic sciences of enamel structure, saliva biochemistry, caries mechanisms, and fluoride.

His research interests cover enamel chemistry, hydroxyapatite chemistry, chemistry of enamel demineralisation, X-ray microscopy and more recently the role of salivary proteins in de and remineralisation. He has published over 90 papers in refereed journals and recently completed a book chapter on enamel bio-demineralisation, as well as an undergraduate book chapter on the interaction of enamel and saliva.

He is currently Secretary of Association of Basic Science Teachers in Dentistry, Honorary Assistant Secretary of the British Division of Oral and Dental Research and Associate Editor of Caries Research. In 2010 he established the first UK postgraduate MSc programme in Oral Biology.

James Ashley

Dentist

James has worked in general practice on the Wirral since qualifying at Liverpool in 1998.

After being awarded an NIHR In Practice Fellowship in 2009, he was able to complete a Masters in Dental Public Health in 2011 and develop a research interest, mainly around quality in primary care dentistry and also skill mix. Clinical interests include minimal intervention aesthetic treatments and patient centred dentistry. James has lectured on delivering quality periodontal care in the NHS and enjoys the challenges of general dental practice. He has many years' experience in supervising undergraduate training and as an educational supervisor for foundation dentists.

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Paul Brocklehurst
Professor of Health Services Research and Director of NWORTH Clinical Trials Unit, Bangor University

Paul Brocklehurst is a Professor of Health Services Research and Director of the NWORTH Clinical Trials Unit in North Wales. He is the national co-lead for Health Services Research in Wales and an Honorary Consultant in Dental Public Health. His interests include care for older people, work-force planning and implementation research. He represents dentistry and oral health on three national funding Boards in the UK.is currently CI on a new three year programme of research exploring a new dental contract in Northern Ireland.

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GDP, Salford

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Fees

Extra and Expert members: FREE*

Essential members: £195**

 

* Extra and Expert members are eligible to attend two complimentary events from the 'Member Series'. Any additional event booked will be charged at the Essential member rate.

** A limit of 20 places will be made available at each event for Essential members. Once these 20 places have been allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, a waiting list will be kept, and you will be advised before the event if a place becomes available.

Please note this event is only available for BDA Extra, Expert and Essential members. If you are interested in attending and would like to become a BDA member please contact the Membership team on 020 7563 4550 or you can join online

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Accreditation

5.5 hours CPD

The seminar meets the educational criteria set by the GDC for verifiable CPD (5.5 hours) and is certified by the British Dental Association.

 

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Accommodation

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01438 908770.