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IN-PERSON EVENT, hosted by the Northern Ireland Branch

What to expect

The first lecture will be led by Paul Murphy discussing complex orthodontic issues such as the management of spaces and precise control of tooth movement, followed by a lecture by Martina
Hayes describing the prevalence of hypodontia, the replacement of missing teeth as well as commonly seen concurrent dental presentations. 

Timings

18:30 AGM (open to BDA members only)

18:45 Registration and exhibition

19:00 Orthodontic management of hypodontia - Paul Murphy

20:00 Refreshments and exhibition 

20:15 Restorative management of patients with hypodontia - Martina Hayes

21:15 Q&A

21:30 Close

Learning objectives

Orthodontic management of hypodontia - Paul Murphy

  • Understand multi-disciplinary diagnosis and apply principles to real cases
  • Understand treatment mechanics
  • Understand the collaboration with the restorative dentist
  • Understand retention planning.

Restorative management of patients with hypodontia - Martina Hayes

  • Understand the importance for early diagnosis of hypodontia
  • Discuss the management of the deciduous dentition in the hypodontia patient
  • Review common treatment options for patients with hypodontia
  • Understand how to maximise your outcomes with communication with other professionals.

Development outcomes

A, C and D

Meet the speakers

Paul Murphy Headshot Paul Murphy Current President of the Orthodontic Society of Ireland
Martina Hayes Headshot Martina Hayes Consultant in Restorative Dentistry

BDA Benevolent Fund

The BDA Benevolent Fund is a charity supporting all undergraduate dental students, dentists and their dependents, living in the UK who are in financial need.

There will be a fundraising stall selling hand-knitted woollen items and Richard
Graham’s book “A History of the Northern Ireland Branch of the British Dental
Association” at this event with all proceeds going to the Benevolent Fund. Payment can be made via PayPal, cash, or donations via the Just Giving Page. 

Donate today using the QR code above.

More information

To follow.

Click here to view the event programme which you will need to submit with your CPD certificate. 

​If you feel at all unwell, we encourage you to take a lateral flow test the evening before you are due to arrive - should your test result be positive, we ask you not to attend.

If your test is negative, but you do have symptoms of COVID-19 (a new, persistent cough; a high temperature; or loss/changes to your sense of taste or smell) we kindly request you consider not attending the event to mitigate any risk to other attendees.

Please email [email protected] with any dietary requirements.

The Isdell Courtyard, Riddel Hall, Queens University Belfast, 185 Stranmillis Road, Belfast BT9 5EE

The centrepiece of the site is the original Grade 2-listed red brick building, which has been sympathetically renovated to retain many original features while incorporating the best of today’s technology.

Riddel Hall also has free limited on-site parking for delegates based on a first come, first served basis. In an effort to avoid disappoint and help the environment, delegates should be encouraged to commute via alternative means.

Connect with us

Learn more about our Northern Ireland Branch and join the Northern Ireland Branch Facebook group

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It was a very good evening, there was a valuable and worthwhile opportunity to raise money for the BDA Benevolent Fund through the sale of knitted items.

Enjoyable night with an engaging topic relevant to clinical practice.