BACD 17th Annual Conference: 2020: Seeing Is Believing

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Welcome to the 17th Annual Conference : 2020 : Seeing is Believing!

This year’s annual conference is a fantastic learning & networking opportunity. Choose your lectures for a bespoke experience.

Featuring Elizabeth Bakeman • Miguel Stanley • Amanda Seay • Gurvinder Bhirth • Andrew Chandrapal • Ian Buckle • Mark Bowes • Howie Gluckman • Christopher Orr • Stephane Reinhardt • Daniel Edelhoff • Anthony Mak

12-14 November 2020 at the EICC, Edinburgh

Address: The Edinburgh International Conference Centre, Edinburgh

Accommodation

We strongly advise you to book early to secure your accommodation!

We have organised special rates this year

Double Tree by Hilton Edinburgh City Centre, 34 Bread Street, Edinburgh EH3 9AF

The rate is £149 inc breakfast inc VAT for single occupancy (1 person), and £159 inc breakfast inc VAT for double occupancy

https://doubletree.hilton.com/en/dt/groups/personalized/E/EDICCDI-GBACD-20201111/index.jhtml

Transport Information

With excellent air links and rail and road network, getting to Edinburgh and the EICC from overseas or within the UK has never been easier.

The EICC is located at 150 Morrison Street, Edinburgh, EH3 8EE

Travelling to Edinburgh by Plane
Edinburgh has one of the UK’s fastest growing airports and new flights are always being added. The EICC is located right in the heart of the city and within 10km (6 miles) of Edinburgh International Airport.

For more information on which airlines and destinations connect to Edinburgh visit www.edinburghairport.com

From Edinburgh Airport by Taxi
There is an excellent taxi service from the airport to the city. You’ll find official airport taxis at the taxi rank outside the terminal building (follow the signs within the airport). It costs approximately £15 to get a taxi from the airport to the city centre and the journey takes 20 minutes depending on the time of day.

From Edinburgh Airport by Tram
Edinburgh Trams run between the Airport and York Place, in central Edinburgh, every 8-10 minutes Monday to Saturday and every 12-15 minutes on a Sunday. The closest tram stop to the EICC is at Haymarket Station. The first tram from Edinburgh Airport departs at 06:15 and the last is 22:45. Please visit Edinburgh Trams website for further information

From Edinburgh Airport by Bus
The Airlink 100 operates a frequent bus service (every 10 minutes at peak times) between Edinburgh Airport and the city centre, with designated stops en route. The service starts at 04.30 and runs until 00.22 at night, with the journey taking 20 minutes. Tickets cost £4.50 single and £7.50 return. Delegates are advised to disembark at Haymarket Railway Station and to follow signs for EICC on foot (5 minute walk)

The N22 bus also departs from outside the Airport entrance and runs every half an hour through the night until the Airlink service starts again. For more information about these services visit www.flybybus.com

Travelling to Edinburgh By Bus
Edinburgh’s main bus terminal is located at St Andrews Square. Bus connections stretch right across the UK. For details of these routes please visit: www.nationalexpress.com or www.citylink.co.uk

For information on local bus services throughout Edinburgh visit www.lothianbuses.com

Travelling to Edinburgh By Train
Edinburgh has two railway stations:

Waverley Station, which is 1.3 miles from EICC, is the city’s main railway station and has direct routes to many cities across the country, including over 25 daily departures from London

Haymarket Station, which is just 0.4 miles from EICC, is a stop for many commuter and some UK train routes. Please ensure that you check with your rail network provider to find out if your train will stop at Haymarket or Waverley

Travelling to Edinburgh By Tram
Edinburgh Trams run between the Airport and York Place every 8-10 minutes Monday to Saturday and every 12-15 minutes on a Sunday. The closest tram stop to the EICC is at Haymarket Station. Please visit Edinburgh Trams website for further information

Walk to EICC from Haymarket Station
When exiting Haymarket Station head right (east), towards the pedestrian crossing. Walk straight up Morrison Street for a few minutes and you will find the EICC on the left hand side.

SEStran
For further advice on alternative modes of transport www.sestran.gov.uk

Travelling to Edinburgh by Car
The EICC is right in the centre of Edinburgh. The main entrance is 150 Morrison Street. For directions from your home or office visit www.multimap.com and input EH3 8EE for the destination postcode.

Parking near the EICC
There are many car parks in close walking distance to the EICC. Please access the following links for further details:

National Car Parks (NCP) in central Edinburgh
Sheraton Hotel Car Park located 150 meters from the EICC, with limited accessible parking spaces
Semple Street Car Park located 300 meters from the EICC
Spaces near EICC available via yourparkingspace.co.uk

Tripshare Edinburgh
Created to help you quickly and easily find someone who shares your specific journey. Visit the website for full information www.TripshareEdinburgh.com

Cycling
There are bike racks next to the main entrance to chain up bikes. For nearby routes, take a look at Edinburgh’s cycle paths, many of which run close to the EICC

Cancellation Policy

All cancellations must be notified in writing and received by THURSDAY 08 OCTOBER 2020. Cancellations received on or before this date will receive a refund less 25% administration charges. No refunds will be given after this date.

Special Arrangements

If you have any special requirements, such as wheelchair access, or indeed anything else, please let us know in plenty of time

Continuing Professional Development

The annual conference qualifies for 6 (six) hours of CPD per day attended

Disclaimer

Attending BACD Annual Conferences does not necessarily qualify you to integrate new techniques into your practice. The BACD expects delegates to rely on their clinical expertise and judgement before deciding whether they have received adequate training to implement any new technique or procedure in their practices and to seek additional training if necessary

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Date: 12 November 2020

Exploring the Limits – Concepts and Long-term Experiences with Complex All-Ceramic Rehabilitations

9 available places
8:30 am - 12:30 pm

Exploring the Limits – Concepts and Long-term Experiences with Complex All-Ceramic Rehabilitations

Today’s all-ceramic systems are suitable for a large range of indications. With the transfer of the wax-up into removable CAD/CAM polymer materials, innovative pretreatment-options for the clinical evaluation of esthetics and function are available. Surgical, periodontal, and restorative can be integrated in this pre-treatment period. The transfer into definitive restorations made of lithium disilicate and zirconium oxide ceramics can be divided into multiple treatment steps, minimizsng risk factors of complex rehabilitations. Minimally invasive treatment options have become increasingly feasible in restorative dentistry, due to the introduction of adhesive technique in combination with restorative materials featuring translucent properties comparable to those of natural teeth. Beyond this background preparation designs have changed to fulfil specific prerequisites for different types of all-ceramics and CAD/CAM-technologies.
Comprehensive case reports and treatment concepts will offer insight into today’s possibilities when creating reliable complex all-ceramic rehabilitations. Also the application in patients with parafunctional habits and their scientific long-term results in clinical trials will be discussed. The hands-on part will cover important guidelines for adequate preparation designs for different types of minimally invasive all-ceramic restorations in a step-by-step procedure.

Learning objectives:

  1. Identify the key elements in the creation of predictable results involving Vertical Dimension of Occlusion change
  2. Understand material selection criteria to ensure durable CAD/CAM-fabricated temporaries and to convert them into lithium disilicate or zirconium dioxide ceramic restorations
  3. Highlight the esthetic/functional potential and limitations of all-ceramic materials on the basis of long-term clinical results
  4. To differentiate the indication of different types of minimally invasive preparation designs and their application

Composite Artistry Utilising the Window Technique

14 available places
8:30 am - 12:30 pm

Composite Artistry Using the Window Technique

Synopsis coming soon!

Restoration of the Posterior Worn Dentition Using Composite Resin

22 available places
8:30 am - 12:30 pm

Restoration of the Posterior Worn Dentition Using Composite Resin

Synopsis coming soon!

A Predictable Digital workflow for Functional Smile Design

17 available places
8:30 am - 12:30 pm

A Predictable Digital Workflow for Functional Smile Design

Synopsis coming soon!

F:OCUS RAW

19 available places
8:30 am - 12:30 pm

F:OCUS RAW

Focus Raw will explore dental photography in a visual and creative manner. It will relate the relevance of these skills in order to improve clinical outcomes and aesthetic results. An insight into modern equipment and lighting choices, partnered with a live tethered demo shoot will immerse delegates in a fun and informative experience, followed by a hands on session to practice these new skills.

AIMS & OBJECTIVES:

Learn new ways to utilise photography in practice
Become familiar with up to date hardware choices
Understand your lighting options & how they differ
LIVE DEMO: Clinical series, shooting tips and artistic views
HANDS ON: Clinical series with a focus on framing and art

WHAT QUALIFIES ME TO DELIVER CPD ON THIS TOPIC:

I have a masters degree in Aesthetic dentistry where delegates are assessed on clinical competency which involves a great deal of dental photography and video. The course itself has a dental photography module for which I have completed an assignment scored at 97%. Proven photography portfolio on Dental Circle and social media and winner of Dental circles best young dentist. Finalist at the Private and Aesthetic Dentistry Awards. Assist in teaching post graduate MSc students at Kings College which includes the topic of dental photography. I operate a clinically focused social media page based on technical skills and photography with a respected following of over 27,000

Aesthetics with Direct Resins Using the Injection Technique

16 available places
8:30 am - 12:30 pm

Aesthetics with Direct Resins Using the Injection Technique

This half-day hand’s-on workshop presents a novel injection technique for composite restorations that provides a precise and predictable method for translating a diagnostic wax-up or a pre-existing diagnostic model into composite restorations by the utilisation of highly filled flowable materials.

  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES
    Flowable Injection Technique: Concept
    *Protocols Why, When, How?
    *Colour, Thickness, Indications, Advantages, Disadvantages
  • Treatment Planning, diagnostic mock and wax up, alternate tooth technique
  • Digital vs Analog
    * Advantages & Disadvantages
    * Digital Workflow
  • Fabrication of the clear silicone template
  • Step-by-Step Clinical sequence for the flowable injection technique
  • Polishing and Finishing Protocols

Exploring the Limits – Concepts and Long-term Experiences with Complex All-Ceramic Rehabilitations

15 available places
1:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Exploring the Limits – Concepts and Long-term Experiences with Complex All-Ceramic Rehabilitations

Today’s all-ceramic systems are suitable for a large range of indications. With the transfer of the wax-up into removable CAD/CAM polymer materials, innovative pretreatment-options for the clinical evaluation of esthetics and function are available. Surgical, periodontal, and restorative can be integrated in this pre-treatment period. The transfer into definitive restorations made of lithium disilicate and zirconium oxide ceramics can be divided into multiple treatment steps, minimizsng risk factors of complex rehabilitations. Minimally invasive treatment options have become increasingly feasible in restorative dentistry, due to the introduction of adhesive technique in combination with restorative materials featuring translucent properties comparable to those of natural teeth. Beyond this background preparation designs have changed to fulfil specific prerequisites for different types of all-ceramics and CAD/CAM-technologies.
Comprehensive case reports and treatment concepts will offer insight into today’s possibilities when creating reliable complex all-ceramic rehabilitations. Also the application in patients with parafunctional habits and their scientific long-term results in clinical trials will be discussed. The hands-on part will cover important guidelines for adequate preparation designs for different types of minimally invasive all-ceramic restorations in a step-by-step procedure.

Learning objectives:

  1. Identify the key elements in the creation of predictable results involving Vertical Dimension of Occlusion change
  2. Understand material selection criteria to ensure durable CAD/CAM-fabricated temporaries and to convert them into lithium disilicate or zirconium dioxide ceramic restorations
  3. Highlight the esthetic/functional potential and limitations of all-ceramic materials on the basis of long-term clinical results
  4. To differentiate the indication of different types of minimally invasive preparation designs and their application

Composite Artistry Utilising the Window Technique

17 available places
1:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Composite Artistry Using the Window Technique

Synopsis coming soon!

Restoration of the Posterior Worn Dentition Using Composite Resin

19 available places
1:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Restoration of the Posterior Worn Dentition Using Composite Resin

Synopsis coming soon!

A Predictable Digital Workflow for Functional Smile Design

8 available places
1:30 pm - 5:30 pm

A Predictable Digital Workflow for Functional Smile Design

Synopsis coming soon!

F:OCUS RAW

17 available places
1:30 pm - 5:30 pm

F:OCUS RAW

Focus Raw will explore dental photography in a visual and creative manner. It will relate the relevance of these skills in order to improve clinical outcomes and aesthetic results. An insight into modern equipment and lighting choices, partnered with a live tethered demo shoot will immerse delegates in a fun and informative experience, followed by a hands on session to practice these new skills.

AIMS & OBJECTIVES:

Learn new ways to utilise photography in practice
Become familiar with up to date hardware choices
Understand your lighting options & how they differ
LIVE DEMO: Clinical series, shooting tips and artistic views
HANDS ON: Clinical series with a focus on framing and art

WHAT QUALIFIES ME TO DELIVER CPD ON THIS TOPIC:

I have a masters degree in Aesthetic dentistry where delegates are assessed on clinical competency which involves a great deal of dental photography and video. The course itself has a dental photography module for which I have completed an assignment scored at 97%. Proven photography portfolio on Dental Circle and social media and winner of Dental circles best young dentist. Finalist at the Private and Aesthetic Dentistry Awards. Assist in teaching post graduate MSc students at Kings College which includes the topic of dental photography. I operate a clinically focused social media page based on technical skills and photography with a respected following of over 27,000

Aesthetics with Direct Resins Using the Injection Technique

24 available places
1:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Aesthetics with Direct Resins Using the Injection Technique

This half-day hand’s-on workshop presents a novel injection technique for composite restorations that provides a precise and predictable method for translating a diagnostic wax-up or a pre-existing diagnostic model into composite restorations by the utilisation of highly filled flowable materials.

  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES
    Flowable Injection Technique: Concept
    *Protocols Why, When, How?
    *Colour, Thickness, Indications, Advantages, Disadvantages
  • Treatment Planning, diagnostic mock and wax up, alternate tooth technique
  • Digital vs Analog
    * Advantages & Disadvantages
    * Digital Workflow
  • Fabrication of the clear silicone template
  • Step-by-Step Clinical sequence for the flowable injection technique
  • Polishing and Finishing Protocols

Date: 13 November 2020

Friday

160 available places
8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Friday - BACD Annual Conference 2020

Breaks: 11.00 – 11.30 and 15.00 – 15.30

Evaluating and Managing Soft Tissue Architecture for Optimal Aesthetics

Synopsis coming soon!

Complex Cases Made Simple

Dr Stanley Will share his 20 years of private practice experience talking about the way him and his interdisciplinary team diagnose, communicate, plan execute complex cases for patients seeking to restore biology, function aesthetics for the entire mouth. For over 15 years, Dr Stanley and his team at the White Clinic have been a strong advocates of the, “No Half Smiles®” treatment philosophy, which as the name states looks at oral issues from a holistic integrative approach that leads to healthy long lasting results with good stable function and appealing aesthetics, to create a sense of joy and happiness for all patients. The white clinic is globally recognised as being a leader in advanced digital workflow, and you will learn exactly how they implement the technology in the workflow to speed up process and mitigate failure. All of this under the Slow Dentistry guidelines of patient safety and comfort.

Date: 14 November 2020

Saturday

163 available places
9:00 am - 4:30 pm

Saturday - BACD Annual Conference 2020

Breaks: 10.30 – 11.00 and 15.00 – 15.30

Aesthetic Soft Tissue Management: From Natural Teeth to Implants

Bonded Aesthetic Restorations in the Anterior Dentition

Contemporary minimal intervention concepts in utilising direct and indirect techniques for maximum aesthetic results

The expectation that anterior dental restorations should be highly aesthetic, durable and minimally invasive is becoming the common expectation among patients who are increasingly well informed. The utilisation of direct composite resin, bonded ceramic restorations or the combination of the 2 restorative options has rapidly become the cornerstone modality in meeting these expectations.

The goal of this presentation is to demonstrate how basic planning and execution of these modalities of treatment can be applied from the simple everyday cases to the more complex and challenging cases. The presentation will highlight the use of modern digital technologies; from digital scanning and planning, milling and 3D printing to simplify and facilitate the delivery of both direct and indirect restorations.

Presented by one off Australia’s most sought after speaker today, Dr Anthony Mak will highlight the key restorative concepts for direct resins and ceramics using highly visual images, and videos to ensure that the content is delivered in a manner that is easy to understand and most importantly, applicable in everyday practice.

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