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Missing teeth: A multidisciplinary approach to achieving optimal outcomes

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Dates of Event
8th May 2017 – 9th May 2017
Last Booking Date for this Event
31st March 2017
Description

Principles of diagnosis, treatment planning and multi-disciplinary management
[RCSEd Accredited].

Professor Ama Johal, Consultant Orthodontist
Dr Shakeel Shahdad, Consultant Restorative Dentistry
Professor Ferranti Wong, Consultant Paediatric Dentistry

Day 1 is aimed at specialist trainees, Post-CCSTs & Specialists in Orthodontics, Restorative and Paediatric dentistry.
Day 2 is specifically aimed at Post-CCSTs, Year 3-5 Restorative Trainees & Specialists. The course will be delivered by a highly experienced and established team of  consultants specialising in the management of congenital and acquired tooth loss. The Team has been established for 15 years and presented widely.

Course content to include:

•Fundamentals of aetiology, assessment, diagnosis & treatment planning
•Importance of achieving optimal aesthetics and function
•The importance of a multi-disciplinary team approach
•Principles of orthodontic mechano-therapy
•Role of pre-treatment and in-treatment restorations
•Principles of restorative treatment options and timing
•The patient – journey with a  step-by-step management approach
•Case-based discussions
 
Information on accommodation can be obtained by contacting the course coordinator p.muller@qmul.ac.uk.