Faculty of Dental Surgery 70th Anniversary Conference: Innovations and the Future of Dentistry
- from £131.65
- 5 CPD points
The Faculty of Dental Surgery of Royal College of Surgeons of England has been at the forefront of developments and progress in dental surgery in the UK for 70 years. To celebrate this anniversary, the Faculty is proud to present a first-class educational conference, with top-class speakers, looking at innovations and the future of dentistry.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn about how dentistry will evolve in the future. Our expert speakers will explore new clinical and research innovations, changes in our population, the use of genetics to personalise oral healthcare, changing aspirations and motivation of different generations, impact of social media, evidence-based paediatric dentistry and many other topics.
This conference is open to everyone in the dental profession. Can you afford to miss out on this vision of the future for dentistry?
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- RCS members receive a preferential rate
- Discounts are applied automatically at checkout
- If you need to pay offline or by cheque, please complete the application form
- If you are a dental trainee, please book online below or complete the application form for a special discounted rate of £50
70th Anniversary Banquet
There will be a reception at 7.00pm in the Council Room after which we will move into the Edward Lumley Hall for dinner at 8.00pm.
- Tickets are £75 per person.
- Dress will be Black Tie with Decorations.
Do try and join us for this important event in the Faculty’s Calendar and which will be the last to be held in the College as we know it today.
Speakers and topics
Speakers and topics at the FDS 70th anniversary conference include:
- Professor Martyn Cobourne: Stem cells and biologically-based dental therapies for the future
- Dr Andrew Dawood: Digital technology and CADCAM in dentistry
- Professor Chris Deery: Evidence-based paediatric dentistry including the FICTION study
- Professor Paul Redmond: Generational psychology in dentistry
- Dr Bernadette John: Digital professionalism - evolving issues in social media and digital communications for dentists
- Dr Alan Mighell: The gene genie - personalising oral healthcare
- Mr Stephen Hancocks: The relevance of dentistry in the future