Wednesday 5 February 2020
Phantomhead Suite, 2nd Floor, Allen Building, University of Central Lancaster, Preston PR1 2HE
09:00 Registration and refreshments
09:15 Overview of endodontic retreatment and case selection
10:45 Demonstration of techniques and hands-on practical
• Removal of restorative materials using ultrasonics
• Removal of posts
14:00 Demonstration of techniques and hands-on practical
• Removal of GP root fillings
• Shaping of root canals post GP removal
16:15 Case discussion, Q&A
|Branch / Section||North Western Branch|
Early bird rates: *
BDA member - £80
UCLAN alumni - £80 **
Non-member - £100
BDA member - £120
UCLAN alumni - £120 **
Non-member - £140
* Early bird rates valid until Friday 10 January 2020
** Please note, if you are UCLAN alumni please use the booking form (PDF version) or booking form (word version), or call the Events team on 020 7563 4590, as you cannot book the rate online.
Workshop is limited to 18 places.
If you wish to be added to the waiting list, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 020 7563 4590.
|Aims and Learning objectives|
- To apply an evidence-based approach to clinical decision-making in failed endodontic cases
- To introduce reliable techniques for the removal of coronal restorations
- Develop technical skills to predictably remove commonly used root filling materials
- Develop the necessary diagnostic and treatment planning skills to facilitate root canal retreatment
- Perform shaping of root canals after existing root fillings have been removed
- Practice the use of magnification (loupes and microscope) in non-surgical retreatment.
Clinicians often encounter endodontically treated teeth which are failing. Most of these failed primary cases can be successfully retreated non-surgically. This intensive full-day workshop offers personalised, high-level hands-on training for general dentists in the management of non-surgical endodontic retreatment procedures. We are privileged to have Consultant in Endodontics at Guy’s Hospital, London, Bhavin Bhuva as our keynote speaker, with additional clinical supervisors to ensure optimal participant to supervisor ratios.
With current advances in equipment and materials, including CBCT, ultrasonics, rotary endodontics and magnification, we can now predictably manage compromised teeth. Mr Bhuva will provide an overview of the rationale for root canal retreatment, prognosis and other considerations which will impact treatment planning. The relevant techniques and appropriate strategies for coronal disassembly of teeth requiring root canal retreatment will be discussed.
|Development outcomes||A, B, C and D|
Dr Bhavin Bhuva
Bhavin graduated from Guy’s Hospital in 1999. Following vocational training and a year as a senior house officer at Birmingham Dental Hospital, he spent five years working as a general dental practitioner in London. In 2005, Bhavin started his training to become a specialist in endodontics at Guy’s Hospital. From 2006 onwards, he has limited his practice to endodontics. He achieved a distinction in the Master of Clinical Dentistry in Endodontology and obtained the Membership in Restorative Dentistry of the Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh). In 2009, Bhavin was accepted on to the GDC specialist register in endodontics.Bhavin is a Consultant in Endodontics at Guy’s Hospital, London where he is involved in the clinical training of future specialists. He is also an honorary lecturer at King’s College London.
Bhavin is the co-founder of the EndoArt 10-day endodontic programme (www.endoart.co.uk) and is also a module coordinator and teacher on the distance learning Master’s program at King’s College London.
Bhavin’s passion for teaching inspired him to pursue a Certificate in Clinical Education and he is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. During his postgraduate studies, Bhavin was awarded research grants by The Royal College of Surgeons and The British Endodontic Society. Bhavin has contributed to several dental textbooks including the ‘Adhesive Restoration of Endodontically Treated Teeth’ and ‘Pitt Ford's Problem-Based Learning in Endodontology’. He has also written in a number of peer reviewed endodontic journals. Bhavin is a referee for the International Endodontic Journal.
|Clinical facilitators||Shalini Kanagasingam|
Susan E. Groves
|How to book / enquiries|
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Wednesday 26 February 2020 - Restoration of endodontically treated teeth: myths busted! - Daniel Vaz de Souza
Saturday 18 April 2020 - President's Day - Save the date!
Wednesday 6 May 2020 - Mental health and oral health - Sarah Proctor and Finbar Omahoney