Nobel Biocare Midlands Study Club

Castle Donington, Derby, United Kingdom : 23 nov. 2016
  • Présentation de la formation

    An evening of best practice sharing with an update on the latest products available from Nobel Biocare. Networking opportunities throught the evening with Local Clinicians sharing Case reviews.
    Presentations for this event will be as follows:
    • An apple a day keeps the GDC away - delivered by Prof Brook
    Explanation of the GDC fitness to practice procedures, in-depth exploration of ethics and professionalism illustrated by cases that may cause distress, but will  provoke, stimulate and may make you insecure in your future life but will hopefully make you THINK!  

    Be aware of the regulation of the dental team:-
    • Importance of team working
    • Importance of confidentiality of information
    • Importance of maintaining professional standards and competency
    • Importance of consent and the consent process
    • Learning outcomes following the lecture:-
    • Describe and explain the GDC conduct procedure
    • Be familiar with the Standards for dental professionals
      • Successful Dental Implant Practice - Current Concepts and Predictable Treatment Options delivered by Dr Susan Tanner
    Aims: 
    In her presentation Susan will discuss some current concepts and treatment options that really work for her patients, and to explain why some implant treatments lead to failure. 

    She will touch upon topics such as:

    •    The importance of never underestimating the benefit and potential for retaining the natural dentition whenever possible

    •    The long-term effect of how implant restorations are manufactured and the manner of their delivery upon peri-implant health

    •    The advantages and disadvantages of traditional and digital restorative workflows and the impacts of digital manufacturing technologies in implant dentistry

    •    The significance of restorative space and the smile line in the restorative plan, and the use of graft-less treatments for patients suffering from advanced atrophy

    Learning objectives:

    •    To consider who may benefit from implant treatments and where conventional dentistry may be under-utilised 

    •    The importance of screw retained restorations, manufacturer matched parts, and the appropriate selection of materials 

    •    To examine the use of analogue or digital workflows and manufacturing technologies

    •    To gain an understanding of the significance of the smile line and restorative space, and the impact on the restorative plan 
     
    All delegates are welcome to bring cases for discussion and this is very much how we would like the Study Clubs to continue throughout the year - with your contribution to shaping the agenda. We will take a very
    flexible approach to the agenda and content, driven by your needs. 

    ****Please note:The fee includes hot buffet served with Tea & coffee****
  • Informations sur le conférencier

    • Prof. Brook graduated with a dental degree from the University of Liverpool in 1978. Hospital posts in Liverpool, London (The Middlesex and St. Bartholomew´s), Truro and Aberdeen, UK, followed. Appointed to the University of Sheffield, UK, in 1983, he gained his MDS in 1986 for ‘In vitro studies in ...
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    • Devoting herself entirely to implant prosthodontic practice, Susan has performed a vast number of full arch implant reconstructions over a more than 20 year period, for both referring colleagues and patients of The Dawood and Tanner Specialist Dental Practice. As a Specialist in Prosthodontics, Sus ...
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