Warwick plays host to key dental speakers
Warwick University has two key courses lined up for May.
Full Mouth Rehabilitation Using Direct Composite and Adhesive Dentistry takes place on Wednesday 16 May.
Every practice has 5-15% of patients who are missing multiple teeth and need full mouth rehabilitation but cannot afford it.
This practical lecture will offer a more real world approach to implementing occlusal principles and treating these patients using direct composite, and adhesive dentistry.
This fast pace course will cover, techniques for implementing occlusal therapy for full mouth composite restorations, as well step by step clinical techniques for performing a direct full mouth composite rehabilitation, without post-operative sensitivity, and many clinical cases.
• Learn a practical technique to treat large cases in multiple stages, making it affordable to almost every patient
• Learning techniques for proper adhesion and full composite rehabilitations
• Understand how to record patients’ unique aesthetic perspective and goals and how to blend it with our own
• How to implement occlusal treatment into an overall oral treatment
• When to use a semi-adjustable articulator and why it has great importance
• How to educate patients about occlusal disease, for excellent treatment acceptance
About the speakers
Dr Jose-Luis Ruiz has published several research and clinical articles.
He is director of the Los Angeles Institute of Esthetic Dentistry and Course Director of numerous CE Courses at the University of Southern California (USC). He is also associate instructor at Dr Gordon Christensen PCC in Utah. He has been in full time private practice in the Studio District of Los Angeles for 20 years.
Edward Lynch has been Head of Warwick Dentistry since 2010. In April 2010, he was elected the most influential person in UK dentistry, was awarded the UK outstanding achievement Dentistry award in 2011 and has held the position of professor of restorative dentistry and gerodontology of the Queen’s University Belfast as well as consultant in restorative dentistry to the Royal Hospitals from 2000-2010.
Prior to 2000, he was also consultant in Restorative Dentistry (Hon) in Bart’s and the Royal London Hospital where he worked for 20 years.
He is a GDC-registered specialist in endodontics, prosthodontics and restorative dentistry as well as being a BUPA specialist in oral surgery.
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Date: Wednesday 16 May
Location: Medical Teaching Centre, The University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL
Speaker: Dr Jose-Luis Ruiz, DDS, FAGD and Edward Lynch, Head of Warwick Dentistry
Fee: £149 (Discount for practice staff, current Warwick Dentistry students and staff, Warwick Dentistry alumni: £99)
The second course, Clinical Adhesive Techniques, Less Tooth Destruction, takes place at the University on 29 May.
There are many compelling clinical benefits for usingadhesion rather than mechanical retention with its inherent tooth destruction. Avoiding crowns increases the chance of avoiding endodontics.
The ideal onlay prep is flat; mechanical retention leads to weaker restorations and post-op sensitivity. The ideal veneer prep is facial–incisal, avoiding envelope of motion alteration. Data confirms that veneers are often stronger than crowns. After a presentation of current adhesive technology, clinical protocols for utilization of adhesion are presented.
This session will cover:
• Clinical Benefits for utilising adhesion: avoiding crowns and avoiding endodontics
• Fractured anterior teeth and posterior composite techniques
• Bonding and white spot removal
• Porcelain veneers after 28 years
About the speakers
Professor Raymond L Bertolotti is clinical professor in biomaterials sciences at the University of California, a fellow of the American Academy of Dental Materials, a fellow of the American College of Dentists, a Fellow of the Pierre Fauchard Academy and an Accredited member of the Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.
Edward Lynch is the second speaker
Date: 29 May 2012
Location: Medical Teaching Centre, The University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL
Keynote Speakers: Professor Raymond L Bertolotti and Edward Lynch
6 hours of verifiable CPD
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