09:00 Implementation of the 2017 classification system of periodontal diseases and conditions in clinical practice - Nicola West
10:15 Morning break
10:45 Do you have 2020 vision for mouth cancer? - Mike Lewis
12:15 Branch AGM
14:00 Predictable crown and bridgework: A discussion of the latest materials and techniques to improve treatment outcomes - part 1 - Arshad Ali
15:00 Afternoon break
15:30 Predictable crown and bridgework: A discussion of the latest materials and techniques to improve treatment outcomes - part 2 - Arshad Ali
19.30 After dinner speaker - Roz McMullan, BDA President
Duck confit filo parcel
Tomato and roasted pepper soup (v)
Grilled sirloin steak
Sweet potato carrot and hazelnut roast (v)
Berry mouse and crumbled meringue
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Nicola is a graduate of the University of Wales College of Medicine (Cardiff)
gaining her PhD from this University in 1995, on Dentine
Hypersensitivity and Toothwear. Nicola is the Director of the Clinical
Trials Unit and Head of Periodontology and Restorative Dentistry at the
Bristol Dental School, holding an Honorary Consultant appointment
with the Trust. Current research interests include: developing research
methodologies, the scientific evaluation of oral health care products
for plaque regrowth and gingivitis studies, toothwear including erosion,
abrasion and attrition; dentine hypersensitivity, tooth staining and
whitening; periodontal conditions and periodontal disease associated
with Alzheimer’s Disease and Cardiovascular Diseases, bone augmentation
and peri-implant lesions. Nicola conducts research at an international
level, attracting substantial industrial funding alongside EC and
charity grants. Since 1990, Nicola has maintained in parallel, a
thriving private referral practice in the centre of Bristol, at The
Bristol Perio Clinic and lectures regularly in the national and
international forum. Nicola is the Secretary of the British Society of
Periodontology, Treasurer for Europerio 10 in Copenhagen 2021 and
Secretary General for the European Federation of Periodontology.
Mike is Professor of Oral Medicine, Cardiff University. He served as Dean of the School of Dentistry at Cardiff University from 2010-2017. He is also past Dean of the Dental Faculty of the Royal College of Physicians; Surgeons of Glasgow and Director of the Clinical Board for Dentistry, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board. Professor Lewis has published over 200 scientific articles and co-authored six medical textbooks. He has delivered more than 600 postgraduate lectures worldwide. In addition, he has been President of the British Society for Oral Medicine, President of the British Society for Oral and Dental Research, Dental Representative on the Advisory Council for Misuse of Drugs (Home Office) and Dental Representative on the Scientific Advisory Committee on Antimicrobial Resistance and Healthcare Associated Infection (Department of Health).
is Clinical Director of the Scottish Centre of Excellence for
Dentistry. He qualified with commendation at the University of Glasgow
in 1978 and carried out ten years of postgraduate training in Glasgow,
Cardiff, London and Sweden. He was the first NHS
Consultant in Restorative
Dentistry in Wales and was Consultant in Restorative Dentistry in
Glasgow Dental Hospital and School until 2011 when he left to focus
fully on Scottish Centre for Excellence in Dentistry and postgraduate
teaching. He has given over 500 lectures and courses across the world.
He has served on the Specialist Advisory Committee at the Royal College
of Surgeons and was the President of the British Dental Association West
of Scotland Branch for the year 2014-15. He has published numerous
papers in dental literature. More recently, he has topped the polls in
Dentistry Scotland 2017 magazine being recognised and voted as the
Number 1 most influential person in Scottish Dentistry over the past
After dinner speaker:
Roz is a retired Consultant Orthodontist, Roz is President of the BDA and Chair of Probing Stress in Dentistry in Northern Ireland (NI). A retired Consultant Orthodontist from NI, while in post she was involved in Trust governance, audit and was as appraiser and mentor. Roz was secretary to the Audit Committee of the BOS and chaired the Hospital Training Committee of the NI Deanery Roz was involved in the representative side of the BDA from her student days and chaired NI Council 2015 until 2019. Roz was President of the NI Branch in 1999. Roz established Probing Stress in Dentistry, which works to raise the awareness of mental well-being in the dental workforce in NI and to establish a network of mental health first aiders to support and signpost dental teams who are experiencing difficulty.
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