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Periodontal disease management, Birmingham

Event Type
BDA SEMINAR
Event Subject
Clinical
Topics
Development Outcomes (C)
Topic Groups (Oral Health, Periodontics)
Date
Friday 19 October 2018
Time
09:30 - 16:30
Venue
Rowton Hotel
Address
145 Alcester Street, BIRMINGHAM, B12 0PJ, England
Speakers
 
Booking Fees
  • Essential member: £195.00
  • Complimentary: Expert member: £0.00
  • Complimentary: Extra member: £0.00

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Friday 19 October 2018   |   BIRMINGHAM

Exclusive event for BDA members

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Session highlights*:

  • Periodontal disease management: modifying diagnostic and communication behaviour for better oral health outcome
  • Better oral health outcomes through changing behaviour: what does it all mean for me and my practice
  • Why do our patients get periodontal disease?
  • The use and abuse of antibiotics in the management of periodontal disease

*Programme subject to change

Programme

9:00Registration, refreshments and exhibition

9:30

Periodontal disease management: modifying diagnostic and communication behaviour for better oral health outcome

  •  Review the principles of identifying and diagnosing gingivitis
  • Appreciate the importance of early intervention through the management of gingivitis
  • Understanding the BPE investigation and changing behaviours to modify the point of intervention
  • Understand the evidence for self-administered oral hygiene and the adjunctive benefits of chemotherapeutic agents.

Nicola West, Professor/Honorary Consultant in Restorative Dentistry (Periodontology), Bristol Dental Hospital

​10:45Morning refreshments and exhibition
​11:15

Better oral health outcomes through changing behaviour: what does it all mean for me and my practice

  • An understanding of psychological approaches to behaviour change
  • An understanding of techniques to modify behaviour for successful treatment outcomes in gingivitis and periodontitis
  • Devised a personal plan for incorporating this knowledge into their practice.

Tim Newton, Professor of Psychology as Applied to Dentistry, King’s College London Dental Institute

​12:30Lunch and exhibition
​13:30

Why do our patients get periodontal disease?

  • Understand the prevalence of periodontal disease in our community
  • Gain awareness of why our patients are at risk of developing periodontal disease
  • Understand the biological aetiology of periodontal disease and how this relates to the treatment we provide.

Michael Milward, Reader & Honorary Consultant in Periodontology, The University of Birmingham and Specialist in Periodontology

​14:45Afternoon refreshments and exhibition
​15:15

Michael Milward, Reader & Honorary Consultant in Periodontology, The University of Birmingham and Specialist in Periodontology

16:30Close of seminar

 

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Dr Michael Milward
Reader & Honorary Consultant in Periodontology, The University of Birmingham
Specialist in Periodontology


Mike initially qualified as a medical microbiologist before embarking on his dental career. After initially working in general dental practice, he returned to the School of Dentistry to undertake a number of junior hospital posts and teaching roles before being appointed as a full time clinical lecturer in Periodontology. He has developed a profile in teaching and research, becoming a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and completed his PhD in 2010. He is actively involved with the British Society of Periodontology as Honorary Treasurer. His current role is Reader/Honorary Consultant in Periodontology at the School of Dentistry, University of Birmingham where he leads undergraduate periodontology teaching and is Head of Quality Assurance.

Tim Newton photo.PNG​​Professor ​​Tim Newton
Professor of Psychology as Applied to Dentistry, King’s College London Dental Institute 

Nicola West.PNGProfessor Nicola West
Professor/Honorary Consultant in Restorative Dentistry (Periodontology), Bristol Dental Hospital

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Extra and Expert members: FREE*

Essential members: £195**

 

* Extra and Expert members are eligible to attend two complimentary events from the 'Member Series'. Any additional event booked will be charged at the Essential member rate.

** A limit of 20 places will be made available at each event for Essential members. Once these 20 places have been allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, a waiting list will be kept, and you will be advised before the event if a place becomes available.

Please note this event is only available for BDA Extra, Expert and Essential members. If you are interested in attending and would like to become a BDA member please contact the Membership team on 020 7563 4550 or you can join online

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Accreditation

5 hours CPD

The seminar meets the educational criteria set by the GDC for verifiable CPD (5 hours) and is certified by the British Dental Association.


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01438 908770.