Advanced Course: Dental Dilemmas: Endodontics or Implants (NW190122A)

AvailabilityCourse has taken place
SubjectImplantology
DescriptionThis session will provide practitioners with an update on endodontics & implants and will discuss the intervention and management of a failing tooth and the risks & benefits of dental implants as part of a treatment approach.
Additional information

The session will start at 6pm with a buffet meal allowing time for peer review and networking amongst participants. This will be followed by a lecture with time for discussion.

Catering

A selection of vegetarian/non vegetarian options will be made available, however please be aware that we are unable to cater for special dietary requirements such as Gluten Free, Nut Allergy, Vegan. We therefore suggest that delegates bring their own food if you have a specialist requirement.

VenueAintree - The Clinical Sciences Centre, Liverpool - Merseyside  View details
Date & timeTuesday 22 January 2019, 19:00 to 21:00
LecturerCraig Barclay  View details
Target audienceRecommended to all
Development outcomeA, B, C, D
Course styleLecture
Core topicGDC Recommended Topic
CateringRefreshments and Evening Meal
CPD hours2:00
Cost£15.00
Aims
  • To provide a refresher on endodontics and dental implants
  • To examine the evidence base for both clinical approaches for the management of a tooth with apical pathology.
  • To present a balanced approach to the management of a failing tooth.
  • To discuss the role of conventional and surgical endodontics in the management of a failing tooth.
  • To discuss the role of implantology in the management of a failing tooth.
Objectives

To be able to use an evidence based approach to the management of a failing tooth as to whether you should consider extracting it and replacing it with a dental implant or root fill the tooth.

Learning outcomes

Have a better understanding about the risks and benefits of endodontics and dental implants as part of a treatment approach.