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21st September 2019
Duration: 1 Day(s)
Dr Rhona Eskander, Dr Richard Field, Dr Yasmin George, Dr Neil Harris, Dr Zaki Kanaan, Dr Jane Lelean
The Amba Hotel, Marble Arch, London W1
What You Need To Know

09.00 - 18.00 on Saturday 21 September 2019 at the Amba Hotel, Marble Arch, London

Registration: £55 per person

The BACD Young Dentists Day provides guidance and inspiration to young dentists who are looking to further their career within cosmetic dentistry.  This event features a variety of clinical and non clinical topics, delivered by dentists within 10 years of qualification, and dentists with over 30 years of experience. 

The day will cover:
Occlusion 
Career progression and building a life in dentistry
Predictable whitening
Patient management and social media
Photography
Communication and patient-centered sales
Q&A with speakers and BACD members

SHOP for dental excellence

Aims:
  1. To share with you a simple, memorable model that will enable you to elicit your patient’s wants, needs and preferences
  2. For you to be aware of more opportunities to engage your team and develop the role of a patient care coordinator.
Objectives:
By the end of the session you will have learnt the model, and will have a selection of tips, tools, ideas, questions and confidence to use immediately.

Learning outcomes:
For you to have a new skill set that will put your patients first and improve your treatment plan uptake.

Learning Content:
Amemorable and easy to use mnemonic SHOP that will enable you to discover your
patient’s wants, needs and preferences, so you can more effectively design your treatment plans around your patient outcomes, resulting in happier patients who are less likely to complain.

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

Effective communication with patients, the dental team and others across dentistry, including when obtaining consent, dealing with complaints, and raising concerns
when patients are at risk

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

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



Jane Lelean

Dr Jane Lelean BDS (U.LOND ) MNLP PCC is one of the UK’s leading dental business coaches, trainers and mentors. She is one of the few coaches in the dental sector who is both a dentist and qualified, accredited coach. Jane works with dental clients world-wide.

Jane knew when she was years old that she wanted to be a dentist and her passion and enthusiasm for dentistry and promoting dental health is still vibrantly infectious.

One of Jane’s favourite sayings is “Patients will forget what you say, they will forget what you do but they will always remember how you make them feel” Much of her work with dentists and dental teams is around improving listening and communication skills so that your patients associate you with feeling amazing, thus reducing and eliminating the risk of complaints and being sued.

Jane is committed to supporting and involving young dentists in personal and professional development, ensuring that they receive the help and guidance they need and learn, the often overlooked, yet essential, non-clinical areas of their role. Jane has been instrumental in establishing mentoring groups on-line, face to face, sales training and bespoke 1-2-1 mentoring all specifically designed around your needs as a young dentist.

SHOP for Dental Excellence, is a unique seminar that will make it easy for you to discover your patients, wants needs and preferences so in your patients eyes you will become the best dentist they have ever seen. Using the gems from this workshop, you will have the opportunity to increase the amount of private work that you offer, undertake, enhance your clinical skills and CV. SHOP for Dental Excellence is taken from our two-day workshop Patient Centred Sales – BEST CHOICES

“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.”
Benjamin Franklin

Whiter than white

Aims and objectives
  • Learn the latest whitening protocols
  • Understanding the guidelines and legality
  • Dealing with sensitivity before, during and after whitening
  • The ‘Progressive Dentistry’ approach to fluorosis
  • Internal bleaching techniques and dealing with the single dark ‘post-crowned’ incisor
Learning content:

Tooth whitening is often considered to be an easy way to enhance a smile. It is, but it’s also very technique sensitive and patient management is paramount. Zaki’s presentation will discuss the latest whitening protocols and will be jam packed with lots of useful hints and tips to get a predictably white smile every time. Dealing with sensitivity before, during and after whitening will be covered as well as how to deal with the single dark ‘post-crowned’ incisor, Core Bleaching, Therapeutic Aesthetics and the ‘progressive dentistry’ approach to fluorosis/mottling. The complete A to Z of whitening will be covered.

This lecture will have elements of enhanced GDC learning outcome C

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

Zaki Kanaan

Zaki is well known in the dental community and is a respected implant and cosmetic dentist. He features prominently on the lecture circuit both nationally and internationally, lecturing on all aspects of cosmetic dentistry with a special interest in dental implants, where he has achieved a Masters Degree from Guy’s Hospital in 2001. He also has a Diploma in Sedation, a Diploma in Hypnosis and is a Licenciate of the Faculty of Homeopathy. 

He is a Past President of the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and sits on the Board of Directors of The Association of Dental Implantology in the UK. Through his expertise in all aspects of tooth whitening, he has been appointed UK Dental Advisor to Philips Oral Healthcare since 2012. He is a Past President of The London Dental Fellowship and sits on the editorial board for The International Journal of Cosmetic Dentistry and Dentaltown UK.

Zaki has won numerous awards including 'Dentist of The Year' at The Dental Awards and more recently he has been recognised at The Private Dentistry Awards for his 'Outstanding contribution to Private Dentistry'. He has also appeared on Channel 4’s Embarrassing Bodies programme carrying out complex implant treatments and was the first dentist in the UK to carry out the All-on-4 technique on TV.

Zaki also runs the London Implant Academy with 2 colleagues, a 1 year practical implant course and is Director of K2 Dental Seminars, where he has trained hundreds of dentists, hygienists and therapists in the art and science of teeth whitening techniques. He works at several prestigious dental clinics in central London and also runs K2 Dental, a private practice in the heart of London’s Fulham Palace with his wife Dominique, also a dentist.

Dealing with millennial patients and the digital area

Aims and objectives:
  1. To understand today and tomorrows patient
  2. To learn how to create content and use current tools that will attract and convert patients
  3. To share best practice
This lecture will have elements of enhanced GDC learning outcomes A, B, and D

Effective communication with patients, the dental team and others across dentistry, including when obtaining consent, dealing with complaints, and raising concerns
when patients are at risk

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

Rhona Eskander

Dr Eskander is the winner of Best Young Dentist at the Private Dentistry Awards 2016. She is a multi-award nominated practitioner and also won the Aesthetic Award for her botulinum toxin case in 2017 at the Aesthetic Dentistry Awards. She graduated from Leeds University in 2010 and completed her vocational training in Kent. During this year she won the prize for the ‘Best Case Presentation’ – a complex restorative case which involved several disciplines in dentistry.

Dr Eskander is dedicated to post graduate training and has successfully passed her MJDF examinations. She has received a certificate for the completion of a 1 year course for aesthetic dentistry with Chris Orr.

Rhona is a fully certified Inman Aligner provider and a Diamond INVISALIGN provider allowing execution of orthodontics. Additionally, she has been trained by one of the UK’s leading cosmetic dentists at the Smile Academy providing complex cosmetic dentistry.

Rhona has been an aesthetic trainer and has trained students in another academy and has been praised on her one to one help to students. She continues to inspire students in facial aesthetics and dental aesthetics by also providing invaluable knowledge in marketing and ethical sales.

Her main place of work is in Chelsea Dental Clinic where she aside from general dental treatments she is able to focus on smile transformations. Dr Eskander believes that helping patients get the dream smile they want, gives her patients the confidence they need to often create positive change in other areas of their life as well.

Dr Eskander frequently contributes articles to dental magazines and major magazines and newspapers. She has featured on This Morning and regularly speaks at educational events for dentists and occasionally the public.

Building a "Life in Dentistry": Is it worth it?

Aims:
How to set about having ‘A Life in Dentistry’ rather than just ‘Making a Living out of
Dentistry

Objectives:
  1. Discuss the role of postgraduate courses and training in the UK and abroad
  2. Discuss the role of mentors/mentoring
  3. Discuss the skills and tools necessary to enjoy the dental journey
  4. Share with the audience the good, the bad ….and the silly mistakes….!

This lecture will have elements of enhanced GDC learning outcomes A, B, and D

Effective communication with patients, the dental team and others across dentistry, including when obtaining consent, dealing with complaints, and raising concerns
when patients are at risk

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

Yasmin George

Yasmin George qualified from Guys Hospital Dental School in 1988 and has worked as a GDP in private practice in Surrey since 1993…. with one short break in 2006.

Yasmin has taught at King's College Faculty of Dentistry and been an Examiner for the National  Examination and Certificate in Dental Sedation for Dental Nurses. She is a full member of BACD and BAAD, has served the BDA and BACD at committee level for a number of years and is on the Editorial Board for Aesthetic Dentistry Today.

Yasmin has been on the Advisory Board and the Visiting Faculty at The Pankey Institute in Florida since 2009 and teaches there regularly.

Most recently she has been involved in the development of continuing education in orthodontics for  general dentists, working with City of London Dental School and the Academy of Dental Excellence (ADE).

Yasmin is currently completing an MSc in Orthodontics and holds Fellowships from IADFE and Pierre Fouchard Academy.

Yasmin is also a wife and mother, and is committed to helping dentists develop and understand "relationship-based dentistry" as they seek fulfilling careers and work/life balance.

Occlusion and splints

The aim of the lecture is to give a basic understanding of how the TMJs, muscles and teeth work together for the benefit of the patient. Attendees will also learn how to identify high risk patients with “occlusal disease” who will need a comprehensive approach when delivering treatment. The lecture will also try and demystify the role of dental splints, which type of splint to use and when to
use it.

Objectives
  • Understand the normal function of the TMJ
  • Learn how an ideal occlusion works for the patient
  • Understand 8 signs of an unstable occlusion
  • Learn how an unstable occlusion can lead to problems
  • Understand when to use a splint
  • Understand which type of splint to use for each case
  • Learn how to follow a predictable pathway to success when treatment planning complex cases

Learning content:
Cosmetic dentistry is now an everyday demand from most patients, and everyone wants their smile to be the best it can be. As dentists, we are placing fragile dental restorations into mouths where they can be subject to high forces leading to early failure.

It is only by understanding the concept of Complete Dentistry, and identifying the patients that are
high risk of occlusal problems, that we can safely deliver high end cosmetic dentistry in a predictable way.

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

A Effective communication with patients, the dental team and others across dentistry, including when obtaining consent, dealing with complaints, and raising concerns
when patients are at risk

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


Neil Harris

Neil runs a predominantly private practice near Stonehouse in Gloucestershire, on the edge of the Cotswolds. His practice has been amalgam free since 2006.

With an interest in occlusion, Neil started his training with the Dawson Academy in 2007, studying the Core Curriculum in the UK under the mentorship of Dr Ian Buckle. In 2018 he was presented “The Concept of Complete Dentistry” award by Dr Peter Dawson and Dr John Cranham.

His work focuses on Comprehensive Dentistry, Implants, Orthodontics, Digital dentistry and TMJ problems.

He has lectured internationally on cosmetic dentistry and now regularly teaches throughout Europe for the Dawson Academy UK.

He spent 4 years on the Board of Directors of the BACD and organised the Bristol BACD regional meeting for 8 years. He is currently a member of the BACD, ADI and Gloucestershire Independent Dentists.

The journey of an aesthetic dentist - the first few years

Learning objectives
  • The importance of a personal portfolio
  • The role of dental photography in every day dentistry
  • Appropriate ways to invest in yourself to further your career
  • Learning to walk before you run
  • - Aesthetic case selection relevant to your level of experience 
This lecture will have elements of enhanced GDC learning outcome C
Maintenance and development of knowledge and skill within your field of practice


Richard Field

Richard graduated with honours from the University of Glasgow in 2011 and currently works in private practice in Bristol and Central London. Richard has a particular interest in dental photography and minimally invasive cosmetic dentistry, especially composite bonding, anterior alignment, orthodontics with the Inman Aligner and resin infiltration techniques for the removal of white spots.

Richard is a multiple winner at the Aesthetic Dentistry Awards and at the 2014 Dentistry Awards, Richard was awarded overall Best Young Dentist UK. In 2018, Richard became the youngest dentist to achieve Accreditation with the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.

Amba Hotel Marble Arch

The Amba Hotel
Bryanston Street
London W1H 7EH
https://www.amba-hotel.com/en/london/marble-arch.html

BACD would like to thank VOCO as the lead sponsor of this event