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Hypodontia - the Orthodontic / Restorative interface
Wed 12 April 2017, 18:00 – 22:00 BST
Hypodontia - the Orthodontic/Restorative interface.
A lecture by Claire Forbes-Haley, Consultant in Restorative Dentistry, University of Bristol Dental Hospital.
Our April lecture will look at the management of hypodontia and the interface between different speciality branches and the GDP. Claire will guide us through some key decisions on selection and timings of patient referrals, as well as the multi-disciplinary approach that is needed to help the hypodont patient. The restorative aspects of resin-bonded bridges and implants after orthodontic treatment will be addressed.
Claire is a consultant in restorative dentistry at Bristol dental hospital, where she is lead for Dental Developmental Deformities and Abnormalities in the South West. She has worked in general practice as well as many hospital based departments before completing specialist training and taking up her consultant position. She also continues to maintain regular sessions in private practice.
The lecture is held in the pleasant surroundings of Exeter Golf and Country Club and includes a hot buffet meal afterwards. With a bar available this is an excellent way to catch up with and meet local colleagues.
Aims & Objectives: Attendees will have an understanding of:
- Who might need Multi-Disciplinary Team ortho/restorative care or planning
- The eruption sequence and its importance
- Problems during eruption sequence, Late and early eruption, How to check eruption
- How to refer a patient who you think needs MDT planning
- What we treat & what we don’t
- Patients we have treated
- RRB tooth replacement after ortho
- Implants replacement after ortho
- Retention of tooth position
- What is shared care
Wednesday 12th April 2017 - Registration from 6.00pm for a 6.30pm lecture
2 Hours verifiable CPD
NB: Bookings close on Wednesday 5th April 2017