The RCSEd Dental Conference 2-4 September 2021

4 mei 2021

The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh is delighted to announce the launch of the Dental Faculty's RCSEd Dental Conference on the 2nd, 3rd & 4th September 2021. This is a fantastic opportunity for the whole dental family to join together across the globe and learn from our team of specially selected experts.

The event covers five different aspects of contemporaneous clinical practice including ‘Dental Imaging’, ‘Medical Complications in Practice’, Periodontal Considerations’, ‘Dental Aesthetics’ and ‘Patient and Teams Working Together’.

Imaging will cover radiology, digital impression making and managing dental photography.

Medical complications will cover managing the elderly patient, safe management of patients with bleeding disorders in your practice and safe management of patients taking bisphosphonates in your practice or when to refer appropriately.

Periodontal Considerations will cover the new periodontal classification and how it should be used in practice, how to diagnose and manage failing dental implants and periodontal plastic surgery when and why.

Aesthetics will cover orthodontic aligners and their use and misuse and then move on the conservative management of tooth surface loss with clinical tips for effective treatment that can be carried out by therapists and dentists alike.

The patient and teams working together focuses on the Dental Deans manifesto promise around patient safety and covers issues faced, motivation of patient compliance and how clinical life will change forever after the worldwide COVID19 pandemic.

We invite everyone from dental nurses through hygienists, therapists, technicians and dentists of all grades to engage in this two and a half day educational opportunity with CPD recognition of up to 15 hours for full attendance. Many of the subjects covered will count towards UK GDC mandatory training and specifically target our DCP team members.

More details about the event and how to register will follow shortly.