Endodontics - a risky business?
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|Wednesday 27 May 2020|
British Dental Association
64 Wimpole Street, London W1G 8YS
18:00 Sign in, buffet and exhibition
19:00 Lecture 1
20:00 Lecture 2
If you have pre-registered and have not arrived by 18:45, your place may be offered to someone else.
All delegates that have not pre-booked a place may register on the door from 18:45 to 18:55 if last minute places are available.
Please note that late entry cannot be guaranteed.
Late comers will not be admitted after 19:00, as this compromises the validity of CPD on offer. Please allow plenty of time to travel to avoid disappointment.
|Branch / Section||Metropolitan Branch|
BDA members - Free
Non-members - £50
Dental care professionals - £50
|Aims||Endodontics can be risky business….it is one of the most litigious areas in dentistry. The aim of this presentation is to take a systematic approach in each area of endodontics to maximise the chances of success. |
At the end of this presentation, the delegate should appreciate:
- How to assess restorability
- Effective instrumentation and obturation
- The prognostic factors impacting on the outcome of endodontic treatment
- When to refer
|Learning content||A lecture based session with the opportunity to ask questions to the speakers.|
Shanon PatelShanon divides his time between working in a large multi-disciplinary specialist practice in central London and teaching future Specialist Endodontists in the Postgraduate Unit at King’s College London Dental Institute.
His PhD thesis assessed the use of CBCT in the management of Endodontic problems. Shanon is actively involved in research, and has co-supervised over 40 Masters and PhD students. Primary research interests reflect some of the interesting challenges he faces in everyday clinical practice and include survival of teeth, managing dental trauma, microbiology and CBCT in Endodontics. As a result he regularly lectures on these topics both nationally and internationally.
Shanon has been the lead author of National (FGDP, Royal College of Surgeons) and European (ESE) guidelines on dental imaging in Endodontics.
In addition, he has published over 70 papers in peer reviewed scientific journals and co-edited four textbooks; Principles of Endodontics is now in its second edition, and is a very popular undergraduate endodontic textbook, Pitt Ford’s Problem Based Learning in Endodontics was one of the first PBL textbooks in our specialty. Cone Beam CT in Endodontics is now recognized as the reference guide for small field, high resolution CBCT in Endodontics. These books have been translated into five different languages.
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