BACD Young Dentist Day 2021

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Due to new government guidelines, we have come to the conclusion that we will be UNABLE to hold this event as scheduled during 2020. We have therefore moved the whole event to Saturday 25 September 2021

Please note that you are currently purchasing a WEBCAST ticket, which will allow you to watch the lectures live from the comfort of your own home.

We hope that guidelines will be relaxed by September 2021, and we can open up more physical spaces at the event, so watch this space!

Beyond the Smile: Facial Aesthetics in Dentistry

What you will learn from this presentation:

  • Understand what facial aesthetics is and the injectable treatments that are available
  • Understand the applications of injectables in dentistry (function & aesthetics)
  • Review the training pathways available to dentists interested in facial aesthetics
  • Promoting facial aesthetics – the regulations do’s & don’ts
  • Incorporating facial aesthetics into dental practice – facially driven treatment planning & referrals if you don’t offer treatment
  • What to look for in a good simple case & case examples good vs difficult/advanced cases
  • When things don’t go as planned
  • Transition from NHS to private dentistry – top tips

This lecture will have elements of enhanced GDC learning outcomes C and D:

Maintenance and development of knowledge and skill within your field of practice

Maintenance of skills, behaviours and attitudes which maintain patient confidence in you and the dental profession and put patients’ interests first

Minimal Prep Veneers

This offering will discuss the power of smile design, and the impact that bespoke designs, which are carefully handcrafted and converted to thin porcelain veneers, can have on patients. The talk will involve multiple case examples and workflows, which highlight the possible failures that can occur, and what methods and protocols have been developed to limit these, and increase chances of long term aesthetic and functional success.

Aim: to give an overview of the smile design technique I use to create beautiful, functional and long lasting smiles.

Objectives:

  • Understanding the emotional impact of cosmetic dentistry
  • Developing an awareness of individuality in smile design
  • Principles of smile design
  • Appreciating the importance of minimal preparation
  • Understanding the role of provisionals in smile design
  • Appreciate methods of Lab communication
  • Thin porcelain veneers and their uses in dentistry today

This lecture will have elements of enhanced GDC learning outcomes B and C

Effective management of self and effective management of others or effective work with others in the dental team, in the interests of patients; providing constructive leadership where appropriate

Maintenance and development of knowledge and skill within your field of practice

Dentistry: The Brave New World Post COVID-19

This fast paced and inspiring session will mean you will leave empowered and ready to thrive in the post Covid19 dental world – they will cover your questions that have poured in from Young Dentists, such as “shall I hang out for 50%?”  “Do I have to be a Social Media Star to be taken seriously?” “What questions should I be asking at interviews?” “What is the best way to transition from NHS to private?” “How can I be happy in my chosen career?” “Are multiple streams of income the way to go in future?” “Should I be self-employed or employed” and much, much more. Remember knowledge is power but only if you implement it.

Orthodontics For The GDP… The Getting Started Guide

This informative lecture will arm young dental graduates with the knowledge on how to approach orthodontics in general practice. How to take the first steps in providing orthodontic treatment for their patients in a safe and controlled manor, as well as provide top tips for case selection and red flags to avoid when starting out. Providing key information on what features of a malocclusion should be checked in defined age groups and helping the GDP become a superstar referred as part of a wider team involved in patient care.

Learning objectives:

  1. The concept and the development of GDP orthodontics
  2. To understand the difference between comprehensive and simple orthodontics
  3. Top tips for dental graduates for orthodontic screening their patients and knowing when to refer
  4. Understand the concept of orthodontic emergencies and how to deal with them
  5. Understand the role and importance of interceptive orthodontics in our growing patients
  6. Knowing when orthodontic compromises are acceptable and how to retain the result long term
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1 Day Recommended Meeting
25 September 2021 8:30 am - 5:30 pm
Members £49.00
Non-Members £69.00
6 CPD Hours
BACD
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