Back To The Future: Past Presidents' Masterclass

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8th June 2019
Duration: 1 Day(s)
Dr David Bloom, Dr Andrew Chandrapal, Dr James Goolnik, Dr Elaine Halley, Dr Zaki Kanaan, Dr Bertie Napier, Dr Nik Sisodia, Dr Don Sloss
Sofitel London St James
What You Need To Know

09.00 - 17.00 on Saturday 08 June 2019 at the Sofitel London St James

Members: £10 / Non-Members: £295

BACD is 15 years old this year!  This is a rare opportunity to get together with some of the finest minds in UK cosmetic Dentistry.  This Masterclass brings former Presidents of the BACD from the last 15 years to this prestigious venue, so we can learn from their vast experience.  With such a diverse group of incredible clinicians, this promises to be one of the biggest events in the dental calendar for 2019 for anyone looking to take their cosmetic dentistry to the next level

All the profits from this event are in aid of SmileStar, the President's Charity

The Lifetime Patient - Who Should We Be Treating?

Avoiding the full mouth using a simpler approach.

This lecture will look and question some of the traditional pathways of problem/ sales- led cosmetic dentistry.  Are we focused on treating the right patients?

There is an argument that cosmetic dentists take far more risk by treating patients not known to them with treatments that the patients don’t really understand the benefits of, other than aesthetics.
This lecture will explore the idea that using a longer term approach to patients, and via relation- building, more treatment can be carried out on patients who are better educated?  

Tif will cover some of the diagnostic processes you can use to identify the collapse of the dentition, how to communicate these with your daily  patients and how to treat these at an early stage simply, 
affordably and non invasively using methods such as the Dahl principle. 

Much dentistry is also carried out too late- by the time it is identified,  too much damage is done for many patients to be able to afford the optimal solutions. 

Arguably no patient should ever need a full mouth rehabilitation, if enough dentists had the confidence to treat patients sooner.

This lecture will also show how a good orthodontic and occlusal scheme go hand in hand- so correctly planned orthodontic set ups are essential for functional success.

Tif will look at cases treated over 25 years and the approach he has taken that can be applied to any practice which focuses on prevention of wear and maintenance of function and aesthetics.

Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to:
  • Appreciate the importance of treating patients over their lifetime- have an understanding of the Dahl Principle
  • Identify toothwear and functional changes due to tooth movement and employ digital analysis in treatment planning and case acceptance
  • Describe tooth alignment, and bonding as a comprehensive approach to offering patients improved aesthetic and functional outcomes
This lecture will have elements of enhanced GDC learning outcomes A, C and D

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

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

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

Dr Tif Qureshi BDS

Tif Qureshi qualified from Kings College London in 1992. He is one of the Past Presidents of the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.

He is a clinical director of IAS Academy, an International faculty that provides mentored education for general dentists on a pathway from appropriate simple to comprehensive restoratively focused orthodontics.  Tif has an interest in restoratively focused orthodontics and truly minimally invasive restorative  dentistry. He has committed his life’s work to empowering dentists to provide important alternative techniques – to offer a wide variety of treatments to many more patients, and not violating the fundamental precepts of orthodontics. Tif also pioneered the concept of Alignment Bleaching, Bonding and Progressive Smile Design. He  is also an experienced teacher in the Dahl concept to assist in minimally invasive, patient-centred dentistry. Tif lectures extensively internationally and has had many articles published on all these subjects.

A progressive approach to posterior restorative dentistry

Today’s clinicians are in a unique position to offer  patients a wider choice of treatment approaches, especially when it comes to what is traditionally referred to as the “full mouth rehab”. Dr Napier believes that every patient, from the one requiring a simple filling to complex surgical or restorative work, should be approached with the same diligence.  He will take us through his approach to comprehensive dentistry, focusing particularly on the posterior restorative aspect for this presentation. He will share what has changed in his practice over the last 15 years and what has driven that change.  He will look at:
  • The principles he uses when diagnosing and planning restorative cases
  • How modern materials and technology can deliver  efficient and patient friendly care
  • How a progressive approach to comprehensive posterior restorative dentistry can be a trust builder and a practice builder
  • How we can offer options that assist patients in making the best choices for their needs.  
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

Bertie Napier

Dr Bertie Napier graduated with a BDS from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa in 1988. He practiced dentistry in South Africa for 10 years, before moving to the UK in 1998.

Dr Napier has a special interest in restorative and aesthetic dentistry, particularly with regard to restoring proper function and aesthetics to the worn dentition and in improving smiles ethically and conservatively.

In addition, Dr Napier has a special interest in chairside CADCAM dentistry and is a strong proponent of the opportunities this technology affords dentists to better serve their patients. 

He is passionate about educating the profession and the public on ethical cosmetic dentistry. As a Full Member of the BACD he is working on his Accreditation certification between further training in chairside CADCAM dentistry, his responsibilities as a practice principal and his role as editor of the International Journal of Cosmetic Dentistry (IJCD). He is also an active member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD) and the British Society of Occlusal Studies (BSOS). 

Multidisciplinary treatment planning in anterior aesthetics

The presentation will cover evaluation of anterior aesthetic cases, their planning and execution. By the end of the presentation delegates will have a better understanding of the cause of the aesthetic problem and be able to evaluate the benefits of direct, indirect and orthodontic interventions. 

The presentation will use cases treated by Dr. Don Sloss to show the planning and results of these interventions including mistakes made along the way.

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

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

Donald Sloss

Donald is a Past President of the BACD.  He is an accredited member, and is passionate about the delivery of beautiful conservative dentistry. Donald is the Clinical Director of "Clock Tower Dental Care" in Ripon and is a partner in "Dental Excellence at Harewood" a state of the art referral practice in the grounds of Harewood Estate between Leeds and Harrogate.

For the last ten years Donald has concentrated his practice on aesthetic restorative dentistry using all techniques available. Donald has also been an assessor for the Fellowship in General Dental Practice of the Royal college of Surgeons of England since its inception.

Partial Extraction Therapies for Enhanced Implant Aesthetics

Single tooth implants in the aesthetic zone are one of the most challenging cases to execute well. Attention to detail is paramount for predictable, long-term success….but which method is best? Delayed placement was the norm, later some advocated immediate placement. Once the implant is integrated it is often recommended to use provisional restorations to ‘tissue train’ for an ideal emergence profile and a predictable aesthetic result. It is essential and far easier however, to support and maintain the soft and hard tissue architecture from the day of extraction whether the implant is placed immediately or not. This presentation will outline some innovative techniques and outside the box thinking to help maintain the architecture from day 1. Several cases will be shown, highlighting the importance of pre- and peri-implant provisionalisation. Socket shield and pontic shield cases and protocols will be shared that will ultimately demonstrate that immediate implants in the aesthetic zone can be a predictable technique when strict protocols and newer techniques are adhered to.

Aims and Objectives:
  1. Understand the importance of pre and peri-implant provisionalisation
  2. Learn innovative and out of the box techniques for maintenance of the soft and hard tissue architecture for implants in the aesthetic zone
  3. Understand the history and concept of partial extraction therapies and its denominations including the socket shield protocol
  4. 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.

Things I Wish I Had Known In Cosmetic Dentistry 15 Years Ago

15 years ago when BACD started it was common practice to prepare veneers beyond enamel and into dentine,  David feels this is no longer appropriate as our best and longest lasting bond is to Enamel

David will share with you techniques that can ensure minimal preparation and in some cases zero tooth preparation. This may be through minimal or no prep veneers following an additive wax up or via C Fast anterior tooth alignment ,possibly with edge bonding or even prepless veneers 

David will share some other tips that he has picked up after 30 years in general dental practice 

Learning objectives:


Understand how anterior tooth alignment/limited treatment outcome/short term orthodontics can achieve some amazing transformations with zero tooth preparation
understand how edge bonding or no prep veneers can augment the results of short term ortho 
Understand the benefits on an additive wax up and how this can ensure minimal or even zero tooth preparation

David Bloom

Dr David Bloom is a graduate of the Newcastle-upon-Tyne Dental School, and has been practising his passion for dentistry for 24 years. In that time David has become recognised as a leader in the field of dentistry, David is trusted both by celebrities and other dentists seeking treatment for themselves. David now instructs and lectures nationally and internationally, and is a sought after expert working for a range of dental practices

David focuses on preventative care, by giving each and every patient not only a beautiful, natural smile, but a healthy one also.  David ensures that the patient’s oral health is his primary focus when completing any treatment plans and work carried out. This he believes is key to patients a long lasting and healthy smile and a happy patient. David believes that communication is of great importance, every patient receives full and informative advice which allows the patient to make the right decisions for them individually. He prides himself on his attention to detail, and insistence on using only the very best materials.

David believes that having previously worked in the same dental studio from 1990 until 2013 has enabled him to really understand what works and what doesn’t therefore giving his patients the best possible care. David works with other specialists but believes it is his role to be the leader of the team ensuring all work is completed to the highest possible standard.

Building A Brand That Matters

Our patients are bombarded with messages every day. How to cut through that noise and create a distinct consistent brand. James will be sharing stories of how to give back not only to our patients, but to the wider community.

Learning objectives
1. Learn what is important in your brand
2. Identify where your marketing messages could be improved
3. How to empower your team to give back

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

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

James Goolnik

James is a past-president of the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. He is the founder of Bow Lane Dental Group in the City of London and been practicing in the same clinic for 17 years. He is a judge for both the Dental Industry Awards and the Dentistry Awards. His book Brush about a work life balance in Dentistry is a number one best seller on Amazon and all the profits go to Dentaid. His current project is helping to find better rewards than sugar.

Ortho/Restorative Workflow

How to use digital treatment planning tools to assist planning cases that require both tooth movement and restorative - from a clinical and patient motivation perspective.

In this session Elaine will discuss how to integrate a digital planning workflow to plan for pre-restorative tooth movements. She will explain a communication philosophy that increases patient motivation, and describe the Digital Smile Design and Invisalign collaboration which leads to predictable results and minimal intervention.

Learning objectives:
  • To understand how to grade cases in terms of pre-restorative ortho
  • To describe how the digital workflow helps this process
  • To understand how to use digital aids to enhance communication and patient motivation
  • To understand the importance of planning to the predictability of results
This lecture will have elements of enhanced GDC learning outcomes A and C

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

Elaine Halley

Dr. Elaine Halley graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 1992 and achieved her membership of the Royal College of General Dental Practitioners in 1995. She is a past president of the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and is accredited by the academy. 

She has a Masters of Science degree in Restorative and Aesthetic Dentistry with distinction from the University of Manchester. She is a member of the master group of Digital Smile Design dentists accredited by Christian Coachman and is an official DSD instructor. She is also an Opinion Leader for Ivoclar Vivadent, Optident and Align technology and lectures throughout the UK, Europe and the States. She is a judge for the Scottish Dental Awards and serves on the Editorial board for Private Dentistry and Aesthetic Dentistry. She has authored numerous articles on clinical dentistry, facial aesthetics, treatment planning and the business of dentistry.

Elaine has private practices in Perth and Edinburgh. Cherrybank Dental Spa have won numerous awards including Outstanding Customer Service in the Chamber of Commerce Awards, Best Marketing in the Private Dental Awards, Best Employer and Outstanding Individual for Elaine in the Scottish Dental Awards and Outstanding Contribution to Scottish Dentistry. Both practices have been awarded the Good Practice Standard from the British Dental Association and Investors in People Awards.

Prevention And Management Of Implant Failures In The Aesthetic Zone

Aims and objectives

What is a failure?  Implant failure per se is a rare occurrence. 
In the aesthetic zone the standard of care is now accepted as an implant restoration that is harmonious with the surrounding natural dentition.
Why do restorations fail to meet this requirement?
What can we do to avoid potential problems and aesthetic failure?

Nik will discuss surgical and prosthetic management of implant cases in the aesthetic zone to prevent an aesthetic failure and also management of cases where implant positioning is sub-optimal, where an acceptable outcome can still be achieved.

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

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

Nik Sisodia

After graduating from Bristol University in 1995 and spending a year as a Senior House Officer in Restorative Dentistry and several years in general practice in London, Nik went into partnership with Martin and together they created Ten Dental.

Nik’s special interest in dental implants has led him to become a lecturer and mentor for some leading dental implant companies.   He is a Fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantology, a Member of the International Team for Implantology and a Member of the Association of Dental Implantology.   A member of the British Academy of Aesthetic Dentistry and a past President of the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.

Nik lectures nationally and internationally on all aspects of implant and restorative dentistry.

Alongside his own implant practice, Nik is a mentor for the Association of Dental Implantology,  and teaches on the Implant Restoration Course.  He is also a key opinion leader for Dentsply Implants, assisting them in testing the viability and efficacy of their new products.

Bonding within the smile frame and form corrections

Smile enhancement using composite resin is becoming common for many clinicians. For many, it proves to be a versatile material as it provides their patients with an opportunity of having a  desirable smile with relative low risk. 

Andrew Chandrapal

Andrew has gained knowledge in all aspects of restorative disciplines and continues to update his knowledge with international studies on a regular basis. His interests and skills have led to attaining a Distinction in a double Masters of Clinical Dentistry (MClinDent) in fixed and removable prosthodontics as well as 2 further academic diplomas. He is also a Graduate of the Kois Centre, based in Seattle – of which only a handful have attained this 9-step level of training within the UK. 

Andrew is a Past President of the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and a long-standing member of the AACD, the International Team for Implantology, the Association of Dental Implantology and the British Society of Occlusal Studies.

He is also an educator to other dentists on a nationally and international level. Andrew is a key opinion leader to the industry and advisor to dental publication within the disciplines of aesthetic dentistry, treatment planning and composite resin artistry.

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