Courses in East Anglia 2016
1st July 2016 – How to Cope when amalgum is phased out: Placing posterior alternatives with confidence
This interactive study day will refresh and update knowledge of the range of alternatives to Amalgam when considering restoration of posterior teeth. The evidence base behind the alternative materials will be considered in terms of their relative merits and expected longevity. Clinical case scenarios and discussion will be used to consider optimal materials choices in differing clinical conditions. Dental Material Manufactures’ support for the course will be sought to allow some practical demonstration of differing material choices.
9am – 5pm Addenbrookes The Deakin Centre
15th July 2016 – Clinical Case Discussion – The Broken Down Tooth
9am – 5pm Bedford Learning & Education Centre, Clinical Skills Lab
Dental Study Group
Feedback has revealed a desire to set up a mutually supportive study group for GDPs, both newly qualified and more experienced, to learn from the sharing of restorative cases including more complex cases. Through discussion of treatment planning options, the evidence base to support them and the practical aspects of executing care the participants will help each other to develop improved skills, confidence and more successful patient outcomes.
Dates: 14th June 2016, 20th September 2016, 22nd November 2016, 24th January 2017
6:30pm – 8:30pm David Dunn Suite, Addenbrookes Hospital