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Conference programme

'Prosthodontics, the future is digital'

Thursday 6th to Friday 7th April 2017, 155 Bishopsgate, London. Lectures in Main Hall unless otherwise specified.

Please note that this programme may be subject to minor changes

Thursday 6th April

08:30-09:30 Registration & coffee/trade show

09:30-09:50 Welcome by Professor Harold Preiskel

09:50-10:40 Digital crown and bridge approach and technique by Prof Petra Gierthmuhlen

10:40-11:10 Coffee and trade, Schottlander and President's poster prize displays

11:10-11:50 Virtual impression capture by Dr Rupert Austin

11:50-12:30 HANC impact on quality of life by Prof Simon Rogers

12:30-13:50 Lunch, trade and posters. Sponsored presentations in Lecture Room

13:50-14:30 Tooth surface loss by Prof David Bartlett (Schottlander oral presentations 1 and 2 in Lecture room)

14:30-15:10 Diagnose GORD sufferers and help save a life by Dr Rebecca Moazzez (Schottlander oral presentations 3 and 4 in Lecture Room)

15:10-15:40 Tea, trade and judging of posters.

15:40-16:20 Long term composite restorations by Dr Subir Banerji (Schottlander oral presentations 5 and 6 in Lecture Room)

16:20-16:50 Digital Dentistry: How accurate is it? by Dr Andrew Keeling

16:50-17:30 BSSPD AGM

19:00 Drinks reception (Institute of Engineering and Technology - ticket only)

20:00 Conference dinner (Institute of Engineering and Technology - ticket only)

Friday 7th April

08:30-09:10 Registration and coffee/trade show

09:15-10:15 The use of 3D resources to enhance learning by Dr Charles Goodacre

10:15-11:00 No more tears – give them back their smiles! by Dr Serpil Djemal

11:00-11:35 Coffee and trade. Early Practitioners poster prize display

11:40-12:20 To load or not to load? by Dr Alon Preiskel

12:20-13:40 Lunch and trade. Judging of Early Practitioners poster prize

13:45-14:30 MID by Prof Avi Banerjee

14:30-15:15 Impact of prosthodontics on well being by Prof Tim Newton

15:20-16:00 Panel discussion involving Friday speakers

16:00 Close and handover to new president

 

On Friday 7th April, there will be separate sessions for DF1s and the Early Practitioner Group in the Lecture room at the same time as the lectures are being held in the Main Hall.

Presentations will include Occlusion and fixed restorations, removable replacement of teeth, tips and tricks towards successful dentures, fixed replacement of teeth, posterior composites, tooth surface loss, dental trauma, endodontics in primary care and cases and problem solving.

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