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DCG Masterclass Day 2020

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Take your practice to the next level whilst supporting a great cause! Join us for a full day of cutting-edge lectures from world-class clinicians, with 100% of all profits going to the Dental Aid Network.


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Take your practice to the next level whilst supporting a great cause! Join us for a full day of cutting-edge lectures from world-class clinicians, with 100% of all profits going to the Dental Aid Network.

Early Bird Rate: £99 (Lunch Included)

Date & Time: Saturday 8th February 2020, 9am-5pm (7 hours eCPD)

Location: MANDEC, Manchester, M15 6FH

Refund Policy: Non-refundable

Travel Information:

  • The venue is easily accessible via public transport
  • Car Parking: Multi-storey car park on-site

 

B.O.P.T.

  • Title: Biologically Oriented Preparation Technique – From Natural Teeth to Implants
  • Lecturer: Aman Bharti
  • eCPD: Development Outcome C

Synopsis

The Biologically Oriented Preparation Technique is a paradigm shift in the management of soft tissue around natural teeth and implant prosthetics.

With accurate vertical preparations and provisionals, we can sculpt the ideal ‘landing zone’ to achieve stable and long-lasting restorations.

The aim of the lecture is to introduce this new concept, which is more than just a vertical preparation. The apical and coronal movement of tissue will be demonstrated defying conventional periodontal protocols.

The B.O.P.T concept is an essential tool necessary for the aesthetic and functional rehabilitation in the aesthetic zone. Using this concept, tissue management is fast, predictable and most importantly, stable.

Aims:
  • To understand the principal of B.O.P.T on natural teeth and Implant Restorations.
  • To understand how vertical preparations and provisional restorations allow us to deliver predictable soft tissue in the aesthetic zone

Objectives:

  • Understand biological width and its modern-day applications
  • Understand the Vertiprep
  • Understand how to fabricate provisional restorations for the BOPT Concept
  • Understand how this concept is changing the way we place and restore dental implants.
  • Understand basic smile design and how BOPT is an essential tool in this process
  • Understand the laboratory stages

Biography

Dr. Aman Bharti qualified from Kings Collage London in 2004. He is the Owner of 3 clinics including Headrow Dental in Leeds City Centre. His passion lies in restorative and implant dentistry, including full mouth reconstructions and occlusal rehabilitations.

In recent years his focus has shifted to aesthetic rehabilitations specifically using the BOPT Concept. He lectures internationally and appears regularly in the dental press. He is the resident dentist for BBC radio Leeds

Pink Aesthetics in Implant Dentistry

  • Title: Seven Ingredients of Pink Aesthetics in Implant Dentistry
  • Lecturer: Hassan Maghaireh
  • eCPD: Development Outcome C
Aims & Objectives:
  • To appreciate the importance of pink aesthetics and peri-implant mucosal health as  pre-requisites for success in implant dentistry
  • To utilise an objective methods of pink aesthetics assessment in implant dentistry
  • To understand the biology of bone and soft tissue interaction in implant cases
  • To discuss various clinical tips and hints provided by the speaker on achieving predictable pink aesthetics in implant dentistry
  • To appreciate the importance of  surgical and prosthetic integration and well documented strategies in achieving natural looking implant cases such as layering technique, umbrella grafting technique, prosthetic soft tissue sculpture and soft tissue boosting and maturation using predictable prosthetic strategies.

Biography

Dr Hassan Maghaireh is the head of the scientific committee at The British Academy of Implant & restorative Dentistry (BAIRD). He completed five years training in various maxillofacial units in the UK, gaining his membership in the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh by Examination. He then gained a Clinical Masters degree in Implant Dentistry from the University of Manchester winning the best clinical presentation award in 2008. Dr Maghaireh maintains a private implant referral practice in Leeds- England  and in Belcoo-North Ireland. He is an associate professor in implant dentistry at The College of Medicine & Dentistry University in Birmingham, and also acts as a mentor and honorary clinical teacher in Implantology on the University of Manchester MSc Program.
Hassan is actively involved in the oral health group of the Cochrane collaboration, updating evidence based systematic reviews on various dental implants related topics. Hassan has many clinical studies and publications with special emphasis on bone and soft tissue management around dental implants in peer reviewed journals . He is on the editorial board for the European Journal of Oral Implantology and he is the editorial director of Smile Dental Journal.  The dual nature of his clinical & evidence based training makes Dr Maghaireh a frequent author of dental literature, and a sought-after lecturer nationally and internationally

Aesthetic Movement

  • Title: Aesthetic Movement: Ortho/ Restorative Interface in the Aesthetic Zone
  • Lecturer: Nadeem Younis
  • eCPD: Development Outcome C
Aims:

The purpose of this lecture is to make the GDP aware and assess  cases that can be competently treated by the GDP (depending on their experience) and how to manage and sequence multidisciplinary cases (ortho and restorative).

Objectives:

  • To provide an overview of smile analysis
  • To appreciate the difference between STO and comprehensive orthodontics
  • To interpret a lateral ceph radiograph with a view to diagnose cases suitable for STO or comprehensive orthodontics
  • To understand how to achieve harmony in the aesthetic zone with fixed appliances alone and in combination with restorative treatment.

Biography

Dr Nadeem Younis qualified in 1993 from the University of Sheffield and joined Bridge Dental Practice in 1994, becaming a partner in 1997.

He has completed courses in orthodontics, restorative dentistry and cosmetic dentistry. His commitment to postgraduate education led to the award of a Diploma in General Dental Practice from the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 1996 and a Diploma in Postgraduate Dental Studies from the University of Bristol in 2007. In 2016, he was awarded an MSc from Bristol University.

Nadeem has a special interest in orthodontics and cosmetic dentistry. He works as a clinical assistant in orthodontics at Burnley General Hospital and has been accepting referrals for orthodontic treatment from fellow dentists for the last 13 years.

His dedication to cosmetic dentistry has led to the attainment of full membership of the British Academy of Aesthetic Dentistry and gold membership of the British Dental Bleaching Society. He has been a FD trainer in the past and currently lectures widely on aesthetic dentistry.

Minor Oral Surgery

  • Title: Minor Oral Surgery
  • Lecturer: Kashif Hafeez
  • eCPD: Development Outcome C
Aims:
  • To improve the quality of clinical care by GDPs, by updating them on current evidence based techniques and materials, for predictable clinical treatment outcomes in minor oral surgical procedures
  • To reduce the rate of inappropriate referrals to secondary care for minor oral surgical cases.

Objectives:

Delegates should have an increased confidence in:

  • Assessment and treatment planning of surgical procedures.
  • Tackling surgical cases
  • Understanding of MOS complications and how they are managed
Learning Outcomes:
  • Improve ability to carry out an accurate pre- and post-operative assessment of the patient (clinical, medical and radiographic) for minor oral surgery.
  • Surgical Extractions of teeth, appropriate diagnosis and management of common complications
  • Effective management of patients with bleeding disorders including those on oral anti-coagulant therapy
  • Understand the importance of aseptic technique, understand the names and use of instruments and equipment used in these procedures.

Biography

Dr Kashif Hafeez was honoured by Membership and Fellowship from Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland and has been honoured with Fellowship from Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh. He has completed his postgraduate certificate in Medical and Dental education from Oxford Brookes University. Kashif has a special interest in Oral Surgery and Dental Implantology and has been acting as a visiting Implantologist at various practices in England. He has been a Dental Foundation Trainer for Oxford Deanery from 2010 to 2015, and due to his passion for quality in education he has been appointed as Examiner for Royal College of Surgeons Ireland and Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh. Dr Hafeez has taught at the MClindent programme, City of London Dental School, BPP University UK, lectures internationally on Oral Surgery and Dental Implantology and runs Dental Implantology courses in UK, Mexico, Gulf, Egypt & Pakistan. He is a visiting Professor in Oral Surgery at Fatima Jinnah Dental College Karachi Pakistan. I addition he serves as a Scientific Advisor for Makkah International Dental Conferences.

Dr Hafeez has been presenting his scientific work & research at prominent international dental conferences. He serves as an advisor & expert for General Dental Council UK.

He was awarded as the Best Dentist by APPS UK in 2013. Kashif is also an Examiner and Assessor in Oral Surgery for University of Health Sciences and College of Physicians & Surgeons, Pakistan.

Dr Hafeez is course tutor for Minor Oral Surgery courses at LonDec, Kings College Dental Education Centre and runs courses/study days for Health Education England. He has recently been honoured as a Fellow of the Faculty of Dental Trainers by Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh. He has recently completed his post graduate Certificate in Mentoring, Leadership &  Coaching from CMI & Dental coaching Academy, UK

Partial Dentures

  • Title: Partial Dentures
  • Lecturer: Callum Cowan
  • eCPD: Development Outcome C

Aims and Objectives

  • Outline how partial dentures have an important place in the world of Restorative Dentistry
  • Provide ‘top tips’ to help with impression taking and registration techniques
  • Outline key cobalt chrome framework design principles that can be utilised in moderate to advanced cases
  • Briefly describe new materials and fabrication techniques that could be considered for making partial
    dentures

Biography

Dr Callum Cowan graduated with commendation from Glasgow University Dental Hospital in 2007. After leaving University, he joined the RAF where he served as a Dental Officer from 2007- 2015. During this time he attained his Membership of the Joint Dental Faculties, and undertook the 2 year Diploma in Restorative Dentistry with the Royal College of Surgeons.

Callum left the RAF to start his specialist training in Restorative Dentistry at Liverpool University Dental Hospital in 2015. During this time, he has undertaken extensive specialist training in Periodontology, Endodontics, Fixed and Removable Prosthodontics. He is now in his final year. He passed the Edinburgh Royal College of Surgeons Membership in Prosthodontics examination earlier this year and plans to sit his ISFE in April 2020.

He is actively involved in Undergraduate and Postgraduate education, regularly providing courses for the Liverpool, Manchester and Yorkshire Dental Deaneries.

Endo Workflow

  • Title: Endodontic Workflow: Tips & Tricks in Endodontics
  • Lecturer: Ammar Al Hourani
  • eCPD: Development Outcome C

Aim

This talk will showcase some simple tips and tricks GDPs can utilise in their day to day endodontic treatment to prevent mishaps in general practice

Objectives

  • Understanding case complexity and its importance medico- legally
  • Tips and tricks in access cavity design
  • How to achieve patency and maintain glidepath
  • Strengths and limitations of commonly used single file systems in the market
  • Irrigation, irrigation, irrigation and its importance
  • Success, survival and outcomes – how to pick your winners in endodontic therapy

 

Biography

Dr Ammar Al Hourani qualified from Glasgow Dental School in 2009. He completed his VT year in the Scottish highlands, followed by various SHO rotations across the UK. He has also worked in General Practice for several years where he developed an interest in Endodontics.

Ammar has recently completed a 3-year DDSc endodontic specialty training programme at the University of Liverpool, and is now working in practices across London and Yorkshire accepting endodontic referrals. Ammar has a keen interest in teaching. He has provided undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in his role as an Honorary Clinical Tutor, and has taught on several NHS 63 courses in the Yorkshire and Merseyside deaneries. In doing so, he has helped GDPs overcome many of the day to day challenges in Endodontics.

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