|Date||Tuesday 14 April 2020|
Chislehurst Golf Club, Camden Place, Camden Park Road, Chislehurst, Kent BR7 5HJ
Venue door code is 8141
Please remember the golf club expects attendees to dress smartly, with all gentlemen required to wear a jacket and tie.
|Branch / Section||Bromley and Beckenham Section|
BDA members - £32
Non-members - £38
DCPs - £32
Dentists and DCPs qualified less than 2 years - £15 (this option is not available online, use the booking form or call us on 020 7563 4590)
Undergraduate students - £15 (if you are not a Student BDA member, use the booking form or call us on 020 7563 4590)
Bookings must be received by lunch time on Monday 13 April 2020, as catering numbers must be submitted in advance.
You must let us know if you have any special dietary requirements at email@example.com
|Aim||Symptoms from sialolithiasis and inflammatory diseases of the major salivary glands are relatively common as are benign salivary gland neoplasms. Malignant disease of the salivary glands is, thankfully, rare. Dental Practitioners should be able to recognise the signs and symptoms of salivary gland pathology, institute immediate management when necessary and refer promptly and appropriately.|
- Recognise and distinguish between obstructive, inflammatory and neoplastic salivary gland disease.
- Know how and where to refer for appropriate treatment.
- Understand the different treatment modalities used in the management of salivary gland
|This will be a didactic teaching session with examples of various salivary gland pathologies and their different manifestations. There will be discussion about the diagnostic techniques and treatment modalities used in addition to information about referral pathways.|
|B, C and D|
Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, King’s College Hospital, London
Prior to embarking on her career in Medicine and Dentistry Francine gained an MBA from Imperial College in 1994. She received her BDS degree from King’s College Hospital, London in 2002. She went on to study medicine at Barts and the London School of Medicine, Queen Mary’s, University of London graduating in 2009 Francine completed her higher surgical training in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in London obtaining her CCST in 2018.
Since completing her specialist training she has been working as a Consultant in at one of the London Major Trauma Centres, King’s College Hospital where she has developed an interest in minimally invasive salivary gland procedures. Her current practice includes the management of salivary gland disease, congenital and acquired facial deformity, skin cancer surgery and reconstruction and craniofacial trauma. Francine is audit/quality improvement lead for the department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at King’s.
|How to book / enquiries|
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Dietary requirements must be provided by lunch time on Monday 13 April 2020 so they can be passed onto the venue.
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If you prefer to use a booking form, you are without a GDC number, or you have difficulties using the online system, use the booking form (PDF version) or booking form (word version) to make your booking.
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|Forthcoming Bromley and Beckenham Section meetings||Tuesday 12 May 2020 - The light approach to periodontal disease - Speaker: Colin Hopper|