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Conference programme

‘Challenging the Dogma in Prosthodontics’

Thursday 10th to Friday 11th March 2022, P&J Live Aberdeen. 

Please note that this programme may be subject to minor changes

Thursday 10th March

08:45-09:45 Registration & coffee/trade show

09:45-09:55 Welcome and opening of conference by Mr Martin Donachie

09:55-10:40 The McGill/York Consensus statements are still valid by Dr Sarra Jawad

10:40-11:25 Submerging implants and provisional crowns in the aesthetic zone results in a better outcome by Prof Shakeel Shahdad

11:25-11:35 Session 1 Plenary

11:35-12:05 Coffee, posters and trade

12:05-12:50 We are comfortable with what RCP means and how we record it by Dr Pauline Maillou

12:50-13:50 Lunch, trade and Schottlander poster viewing

13:50-14:35 The use of semi-adjustable articulators is really important by Mr Nick Lewis

14:35-14:45 Session 2 Plenary

14:45-15:15 Coffee, posters and trade

15:15-16:00 Fixed-fixed conventional bridgework is now considered obsolete by Miss Sophie Watkins

16:00-16:45 Is material choice the key to successful impressions and registrations in removable prosthodontics? by Dr James Field

16:45-16:55 Session 3 Plenary

17:00-17:30 BSSPD AGM

19:30 Social evening (at the Cask and Crema bar in the Hilton Hotel, no dress code required)

Friday 11th March

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

09:10-09:30 The Art of Prosthodontics by Dr Rachel Jackson

09:30-11:00 Contemporary prosthodontic research: Schottlander Oral Presentations

11:00-11:30 Coffee, posters and trade.

11:30-12:15 The latest generation can’t cut it like we could in our day by Prof Giles McCracken

12:15-13:15  Lunch and Trade

13:15-14:30 What do we actually do and use in our own surgeries? An interactive plenary session – Part 1 by Dr Raelene Sambrook and Mr Sam Rollings

14:30-15:00 Coffee and trade

15:00-16:00 What do we actually do and use in our own surgeries? An interactive plenary session – Part 2 by Dr Raelene Sambrook and Mr Sam Rollings

16:00-16:15 Prize announcements by Prof Chris Butterworth 

16:15-16:30 Handover to new president Dr Suresh Nayar

16:30 Close


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