23rd March 2018: The Erosive Tooth Wear Symposium at Guy’s Campus, London
Sponsored by GC UK and Simplyhealth and presented by the Prosthodontic and Aesthetic Groups at King’s College London Dental Institute, The Erosive Tooth Wear Symposium, will be held at Guy’s Campus in London on 23rd March 2018 and promises to be an event not to be missed!
The stimulating programme features some of the world’s leading authorities in the field including Prof David Barlett, Prof Nairn Wilson, and Prof Nick Opdam. Delegates will receive a comprehensive overview of the most up-to-date knowledge on the aetiology and treatment of erosive tooth wear.
The key objectives of the day include an understanding of diagnosis and risk assessment; restorative management and strategies in general dental practice; and avoiding pitfalls in restorative management.
The presentations will include Presentation, diagnosis and risk assessment by Prof. Nairn Wilson; Prevention of tooth wear by Dr Saoirse O’Toole; Reflux and erosive tooth wear by Dr Rebecca Moazzez; Occlusal adaptation and the restorative management of tooth wear by Dr Subir Banerji; Application of resin composite for the patient with tooth wear and indirect resin restoration to treat tooth wear – The Netherlands experience by Prof Nick Opdam and Dr Bas Loomans; Management of the anterior aesthetic zone – composite and the UK experience by Dr Shamir Mehta; Digital technology and tooth wear by Dr Rupert Austin; Restoring with ceramics by Dr Richard Porter; and, finally but not least, the King’s experience by Prof David Barlett. All combine together to deliver arguably the most comprehensive programme on this challenging subject.
Delivering six hours CPD all of this is available for just £ 220.00, £150.00 if booked before the 1st February 2018.