Restorative Dentistry- Myths and Realities (NW190215B)

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SubjectRestorative Dentistry
DescriptionRestorative dentistry is increasingly evolving as new techniques and materials are developed. This one day course will use evidence-based approaches to discuss common myths and challenge current thinking surrounding endodontics, periodontics, prosthodontics, and implants. Examination of various clinical cases will allow you to identify the pitfalls and optimise your techniques, along with improving your confidence.
Additional information

James Darcey and Sarra Jawad are experienced lecturers who have a wealth of experience working as Consultants in Restorative Dentistry at the University of Manchester Dental school.

Costs

Therapists £20

Dentists £40

Non NHS DCPs £40

Non NHS Dentists £80

Registration from 9:00am

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.

VenueSeminar room 4, Royal Preston Hospital, Preston - Lancashire  View details
Date & timeFriday 15 February 2019, 09:30 to 16:30
LecturersDr James Darcey & Sarra Jawad  View details
Target audienceMandatory: Dentist, or Dental Therapist
Development outcomeA, C
Course styleLecture
Core topic Not a core topic
CateringRefreshments and Lunch
CPD hours5:00
Cost£20.00
Aims

Gain confidence in clinical reasoning techniques and dispel the myths surrounding endodontics, periodontics, prosthodontics, and implants.

Objectives
  • Examine the different concepts surrounding restorative dentistry
  • Discuss a variety of restorative clinical cases and the evidence to support or refute the use of various techniques or materials.
  • Recognise how to give evidence/rationale to support current thinking and clinical practice
Learning outcomes
  • Delegates will have improved knowledge of the various concepts in restorative dentistry leading to a constant, accurate restored patient’s dentition.