BDA Scottish Dental Conference and Exhibition 2018
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Scottish Dental Conference and Exhibition 2018
A conference for the whole dental team
Friday 7 September 2018
Crowne Plaza Glasgow
The event provides a great opportunity for all dentists, and their teams, to update their knowledge and skills, as well as engage with exhibitors at the vibrant exhibition.
Earn up to 6 hours verifiable CPD.
Session highlights include:
Address from the Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport
- Aged dentition
- Complaint management
- Digital dentistry
- Management of children’s missed appointments
- Oral cancer
- Oral medicine
- Prescribing for dentists
- Restorative dentistry
- Stress resilience
The Digital Dentist: Digital workflows in modern cosmetic dentistry
- Understand the benefits of digital intraoral scans vs traditional analogue techinques
- See how digital workflows can be used in restorative, orthodontic and implant dentistry
Simon Chard, Co-Owner, Rothley Lodge Dental
Oral cancer- early detection, diagnosis and prognosis
- Review of risk factors for oral cancer and of potentially malignant conditions
- Oral cancer diagnosis and prognosis
- Update on staging
Sharon White, Senior Lecturer/Honorary Consultant in Oral Pathology, University of Dundee
Was Not Brought: management of children's missed appointments
- Recognise the significance of missed appointments and dental neglect
- Ideas for managing children's missed appointments
Jen Kirby, Speciality Registrar in Paediatric Dentistry, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
BDA CDS Group hosted session
Oral medicine - defining your role
- Increase your knowledge of current practice in the diagnosis and management of patients with conditions which fall within the remit of oral medicine.
- Understand the role which you can play in this
- Consider ways of working with healthcare professionals in Primary and Secondary care to optimize the care we provide for our patients.
Elizabeth Theaker, Consultant/Honorary Senior Lecturer in Oral Medicine, University of Dundee
- Differentiate between positive challenge and negative stress
- Recognise if your personality is more Type A or B and how it impacts your need for challenge
- Adopt coping strategies to make you more resilient based on the Hardiness Theory
- Recognise the minor symptoms of stress that let you know you have taken on too much
- Measure the cumulative causes of stress in the last 12 months
- Review your life balance – does it work for you?
- Exchange practical ideas for handling a busy workload
Heather Dallas, Managing Director, Dallas Development
Domiciliary dental care - Opportunities and challenges
- Discuss the opportunities a fresh look at domiciliary care provides
- Describe the challenges in providing domiciliary care including training, equipment and medico-legal issues
Jonathan Kallow, Specialist in Special Care Dentistry, Fife Public Dental Service
Periodontics: making the right decision when faced with difficult cases
- Review cases and their treatment outcomes
- Discussing treatment plans
- When to refer and when to treat
- Understand how to manage possible risks.
Joon Seong, Clinical Research Fellow/Specialist in Periodontics, University of Bristol
Evidence base for indirect vs direct posterior restorations
- Gain an understanding of how to properly assess a patient and prescribe the correct treatment ie indirect vs direct posterior restorations
- Understand the importance of preserving critical tooth structure
- Understand optimal preparation techniques for bonded posterior restorations
- Understand optimal bonding protocol.
Attiq Rahman, Clinical Director, Visage Dental, Glasgow
RAW : The art and science of macro dental photography
- Learn how to take predictable and consistent dental photographs
- Understand the equipment, accessories, settings and techniques required for beautiful dental photo and video
- Understand how dental photographs and videos can improve every aspect of your dentistry.
Simon Chard, Co-Owner, Rothley Lodge Dental
Prescribing for the dentist
- Review of prescribing legislation
- Review of the medications in the Dental Formulary
- Adverse reactions and audit in prescribing.
Alexander Crighton, Consultant in Oral Medicine, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and Honorary Senior Lecturer in Medicine in Relation to Dentistry, University of Glasgow
To warn or not to warn that's the question
- Understand the basic principles of consent
- Be aware of recent legislative change
- Case review/discussion
Aubrey Craig, Head of Dental Division, MDDUS
Medical emergencies and resuscitation within dental practice
- Using an ABCDE System to identify life threatening medical problems
- Guidelines in managing medical emergencies in the dental practice including asthma, anaphylaxis, Diabetic Hypoglycaemia, stroke, seizure, chest pain and Myocardial Infarction
- Review of BLS/AED with video review
- Review of drugs and equipment commonly used within medical emergencies.
Graeme Ramage, Sandpiper Fellow, BASICS Scotland
The patient journey - customer care and communication
- The importance of customer care – generating a positive first impression
- Skills and techniques for excellent patient communication
- Dealing with difficult people and situations - empathy, rapport, negotiation
- Learn how to use complaints as a positive management tool
Heather Dallas, Managing Director, Dallas Development
When patients' bite back
- Understand the principles of complaint management
- Be aware of techniques to achieve local resolution
- Have knowledge of the regulatory pathway should the complainant remain dissatisfied
Aubrey Craig, Head of Dental Division, MDDUS
Systemic health and us - the role we play in health beyond the mouth
- Understand the breadth of systemic health risks now known
- Explore the role dental professionals have when considering systemic health
- Learn communication skills and explore resources that can be used in your day-to-day practice.
Melonie Prebble, Dental Hygienist and Therapist and Victoria Wilson, Dental Hygienist and Therapist
|Infection control and decontamination|
- Identify reasons why infection control is important in the dental practice
- Discuss the difficulties in the application of standard infection control precautions and identify methods to address these
- Explain the recent changes in decontamination and infection control.
Lee McArthur – Infection Control Dental Support Nurse, NHS Education for Scotland
|Simon BDS(Hons) BSc(Hons) qualified with Honours from King's College London Dental Institute; he was awarded the prestigious Academy of Operative Dentistry Award given to the top student in the year for clinical dentistry. In 2015 he was voted the Best Young Dentist in London and also the overall Best Young Dentist in the UK at the prestigious Dentistry Awards. Simon is director of membership for the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and has a strong focus towards achieving optimal aesthetic results utilising minimally invasive techniques. Simon is a rising star in the field of cosmetic dentistry and is a big promoter of the digital revolution within this field. He is a key opinion leader for Dentsply Sirona and lectures internationally on the use of digital workflows in restorative, orthodontic and implant dentistry. Simon is an avid photographer and has trained hundreds of dentists on the art and science of macro dental photography. Simon practices cosmetic and implant dentistry in his clinic; Rothley Lodge Dental which he owns with his wife Meghan in Staines-Upon-Thames|
|Aubrey qualified at the University of Dundee in 1987 (BDS) and has worked in hospital posts and as an associate and principal in general dental practice. He gained an FDS from the RCPS Glasgow in 1991, an MPhil in Medical Law from the University of Glasgow in 2001 and an MBA from the Caledonian University, Glasgow in 2009. Aubrey worked as a partner in an NHS vocational training practice in Glasgow from 1994 until 2009 and is a former clinical teacher in restorative dentistry at Glasgow Dental Hospital and School. Aubrey joined MDDUS in January 2006 and took on his role as Head of Dental Division in 2009. With over a hundred years' experience of assisting members, MDDUS offer dentists access to occurrence-based professional indemnity as well as access to unlimited settlement of damages and uncapped legal costs. Aubrey and his team of experienced dento-legal advisers also provide assistance with patient complaints, claims of negligence and referrals to the GDC.|
|Alexander was born in Dundee and trained in Dentistry and Medicine at Edinburgh University. He has worked in all of the Scottish Dental Schools and in General Hospitals from Inverness to Taunton. Currently he is a Consultant/Honorary Senior Lecturer in Oral Medicine in Glasgow and is the teaching lead for Clinical Medical Sciences, which includes Medical and Pharmacology topics. Alexander currently is the Dental Representative to the NHS GGC Area Drugs and Therapeutics Committee and the Scottish Antimicrobial Prescribing Group.|
|Heather spent ten years as a senior training manager at Deloitte before starting Dallas Development in January 2000. As well as running various programmes for the BDA, Heather is also a motivational and inspiring public speaker and personal coach in personal impact and career development. Her specialist areas are management skills, team working, personal impact, train the trainers, presentation skills, life balance and handling conflict. She is a qualified MBTI Practitioner, Belbin Team Roles Consultant, Strengths Deployment Inventory Consultant and NLP Master Practitioner and Emotional Intelligence Practitioner|
|Jonathan works as a Specialist in Special Care Dentistry in Fife Public Dental Service. He cares for a broad spectrum of special care patients including providing domiciliary care. He is Deputy Chair of the Specialty Advisory Board in Special Care Dentistry and Oral Medicine for the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. He is an examiner for the Tri-Collegiate Membership in Special Care Dentistry and for the Diploma in Special Care Dentistry of theRoyal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. |
|Jen is a Speciality Registrar in Paediatric Dentistry at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Qualifying from the University of Glasgow in 2010 she has continued her professional development in general dental practice, community and hospital. In 2014 she commenced her specialty training in Paediatric Dentistry in Sheffield and completed a Masters in Paediatric Dentistry with distinction in 2016. In 2016 she took a secondment from her training to commence a Leadership Fellowship within the Community Dental Services in Sheffield developing pathways focused upon improving the management of missed dental appointments and earlier information sharing with other professionals. She now is in her final year of speciality training. |
|Lee has been an infection control dental support nurse for the past ten years within the Dental Directorate of NHS Education for Scotland. She is part of a team responsible for developing and providing infection control and decontamination training and education to dental teams throughout Scotland, both in practice and at post graduate events. She qualified as a dental nurse in 1997 and has extensive experience working in all aspects of dentistry including general dental practice, community and hospital dental services. Prior to working in infection control, she specialised in conscious sedation for eight years and gained a merit award for her qualification in conscious sedation for dental nurses in 2002. As well as working for NHS Education for Scotland, she continues to work clinically in the Greater Glasgow and Clyde Emergency Dental Service.|
|Melonie has been a member of the dental industry for more than 20 years. She qualified as a dental hygienist and therapist in 1995 at The London Hospital Medical College and as a Master Neuro |
Linguistic Programming Coach in 2013. She currently practices at Abbey Road Dental in North West London and Neel Dentistry, Welwyn, Hertfordshire. Mel is a national speaker and on the editorial board of multiple publications. She enjoys facilitating post graduate training and clinical practice. Mel is a key opinions leader for Dentsply Sirona and Phillips Oral healthcare
|Graeme has been a BASICS responder for many years tasked by the Scottish Ambulance Service to attend pre-hospital medical and trauma emergencies within the Forth Valley Area. He is an Instructor with the Resuscitation Council (UK), a graduate of The European Resuscitation Academy and an Instructor and course director with The British Association of Immediate Care Scotland. In April 2012 Graeme took up a position within BASICS as a Sandpiper Clinical Teaching Fellow providing pre-hospital emergency education training throughout Scotland. He provides training in partnership with NHS Education Scotland to remote and rural practitioners in medicine paramedicine and nursing and has been involved in delivering medical Emergencies and resuscitation within dental practice for over 20 years.|
|Shona was born in Redcar in 1966. Educated at Alva Academy, she went on to graduate from Glasgow University with a Social Sciences MA and Jordanhill College with a Postgraduate Certificate in Community Education. Previously she worked for Glasgow City Council's Social Work Department. Shona was MSP for the North East from 1999 to 2003 and elected MSP for Dundee East in 2003. Latterly, she was Shadow Minster for Health and Social Justice and a member of the Parliament's Health Committee before being appointed Minister for Public Health in the Scottish Government after the May 2007 election. She was re-elected in May 2011 and appointed Minister for Commonwealth Games and Sport, and was made Cabinet Secretary for Health in November 2014|
Reza Vahid Roudsari
|Reza is a Senior Clinical Lecturer and Consultant in Restorative Dentistry. He works as the Director of Undergraduate Education for the School of Dentistry at the University of Manchester and teaches undergraduate BDS students as well as postgraduate students on the MSc and MScClin programmes in Fixed and Removable Prosthodontics. A large proportion of patients treated under Reza's care at the dental hospital and private practice are affected by moderate to severe tooth surface loss and he has lectured on this topic at national forums. |
|Joon is a graduate of the University of Bristol and is registered to the General Dental Council. Currently, Joon works as a Clinical Research Fellow and a Specialist Periodontist at the Bristol Dental School, University of Bristol. His research interests include developing research methodologies, periodontal conditions, bone augmentation and peri-implant lesions, the scientific evaluation of oral health care products for toothwear, dentine hypersensitivity and tooth whitening. He has conducted over 50 clinical|
research studies with many publications in peer-reviewed journals. Joon is heavily involved with both undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and training of Periodontology at the University of Bristol and lectures in the national and international fora.
|Elizabeth obtained her BDS from the University of Sheffield in 1984 and in 1987 was appointed to a lecturer post at the University of Manchester where she was able to pursue her passion for learning and teaching and to shape University policy in these areas. In 2002 she was admitted to the Specialist List in Oral Medicine and in 2010 moved to Dundee to take up her current post of Consultant/Honorary Senior Lecturer in Oral Medicine. Elizabeth feels we have a great opportunity to enhance the way in which we provide oral medicine services in Scotland, and she extremely pleased to be able to play a part in this and to encourage you to do the same.|
|Sharon qualified in dentistry at Dundee Dental School in 1996 and completed General Professional Training prior to working in general practice. Following SHO and clinical research posts, she was awarded a MRC Clinical Research Training Fellowship and obtained a PhD in Human Genetics. After specialist training in Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology in Ninewells Hospital & Medical School, Sharon was appointed Senior Lecturer/Honorary Consultant in Oral Pathology, University of Dundee.|
|Victoria began her journey as a Dental Therapist at the Eastman Dental Hospital London in 2001, and has been totally dedicated to her profession since. Victoria's extensive professional experience spans over 2 continents, having worked within practice in the UK in the NHS and private sector, and the UAE private sector. She is the Founder of the Emirates Dental Hygienist Club and former president. Victoria is a member of the House of Delegates for the International Federation of Dental Hygienists (IFDH) and currently sits on the Communication and Public Relations committee for the IFDH. Victoria consults for Enlighten Smiles and is a KOL for Philips Oral Healthcare sonicare business and Dentsply Sirona.|
|The MDDUS is a mutual organisation that has been providing indemnity, advice and guidance on medico-legal matters to members who encounter professional difficulties for over 100 years. With a team of highly qualified and experienced professionals, and offices in London and Glasgow, the MDDUS prides itself on providing members with a quality, personalised service at competitive rates. An additional benefit of membership is free HR and employment law advice for members who have employment responsibilities. Please visit our stand or website for more information.|
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