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Joint Paediatric-Orthodontic Course: A Team Approach to Children's Dental Care

Within the dental environment, both paediatric and orthodontic colleagues often refer patients to each other and provide care for the same patient. This course will focus on key areas that impact on both paediatric and orthodontic colleagues, and will cover the best contemporary approach to the treatment of a range of some common, less common and yet challenging conditions.

The course will be of interest to all paediatric and orthodontic colleagues and will focus on the key overlap between the specialities and how they can work together to provide the best evidence-based approach.

  • £100.00
  • 1 days
  • 6.00 CPD Points
£100.00
1 days
6.00 CPD Points

Suitability

This course will benefit paediatric and orthodontic dental surgeons and all those interested in this topic area.

Learning outcomes

  • Update on contemporary treatment of patients who have sustained dental trauma and possible subsequent orthodontic treatment
  • Provide an evidence-based approach to interceptive orthodontics in children
  • Discuss an interdisciplinary approach for patients with complex medical histories
  • Provide an overview of contemporary treatment of patients who present with amelogenesis imperfecta and a malocclusion
  • Describe a team-based approach to hypodontia in children
  • Explore MCNs: how to make them work for paediatric dentists and orthodontists
  • Look at why we need to be more innovative in the dental care of children

Course programme

Programme

Time

Topic

Faculty

08.30 -09.20

Registration

 

09.20 -09.25

Welcome

Faculty of Dental Surgery

09.25 -09.30

Introduction

Mrs Claire Stevens
Course Co-Convenor
Consultant in Paediatric Dentistry
University Dental Hospital of Manchester

09.30 -10.10

Why we need to be more innovative in dentistry for children

Ben Underwood

10.10 -10.50

MCNs: making them work for the paediatric and orthodontic patient

Claire Stevens
Chair of Greater Manchester MCN in Paiediatric Dentistry

10.50 -11.15

Morning refreshment break

11.15 -11.45

Amelogenesis imperfecta & malocclusion – a contemporary combined approach

Simon Littlewood

11.45 -12.45

Update on trauma injuries in patients with malocclusions

Jay and Susan Kindelan

12.45 -13.00

Question & Answer session with morning speakers

Facilitated by Claire Stevens

13.00 -13.45

Lunch

13.45 -14.25

Treatment planning for hypodontia cases in children

Sophy Barber

14.25 -15.05

Contemporary interceptive orthodontics - when to step in with paediatric cases

Stephen Chadwick

15.05 -15.25

Afternoon refreshment break

15.25 -16.05

Inter-disciplinary treatment in patients with complex medical histories

Kay Hood

16.05 -16.45

Severe combined immunodeficiency - implications for paediatric dentists and orthodontists

Frankie Solani

16.45 -17.00

Question & Answer session with afternoon speakers

Facilitated by Simon Littlewood

17.00

Close of meeting

Mr Simon Littlewood
Course Co-Convenor
Consultant Orthodontist


How to book

To book onto this course, either complete this application form and return to the Faculty of Dental Surgery or complete the online booking process below.

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