The award-winning Stars of Dentistry, regarded by many as one of the world’s best seminar line-ups will debut at the show.
Bringing together a star-studded group of high calibre speakers for the event. This unparalleled ‘practical clinical’ programme with leading clinicians providing key hints and tips will be covering an array of topics including, aesthetic dentistry options, whitening best practice, smile design, implants, occlusion, restorative and minimally invasive dentistry.
Please note there is a charge of £79 per lecture, £99 for two lectures or £149 for unlimited access to all lectures in this zone. To purchase your VIP ticket and access the Stars of Dentistry zone, please call our team on 01923 851771.
09:30 - 11:00
Placement of dental implants has massively increased worldwide over the last 20 years. The major concern would be that many teeth are extracted and replaced with implants when that same tooth can be endodontically treated and then restored. The literature on the survival rate of a root treated tooth with its crown is the same as a single tooth implant with its crown. Are patients given this information as part of their consent to treatment? Are those patients in fact given a choice? Treatment planning in those cases where an implant is a possibility should always involve the endodontist. If the the tooth can be restored, the periodontal condition is within reason, the only question to answer is can the endodontics be completed to a good standard?
Technological advances in non surgical endodontics both conventional and retreatment now enable us to treat many cases that in the past would be considered as impossible. Shaping canals, irrigation protocols and three dimensional obturation has never been easier. Management of endodontic failure and endodontic retreatment is now predictable and within the skills of many practitioners and not only endodontists. Treatment planning and CBCT enable us to help the patient make the best decision about their dental care. The operating microscope, crown and post removal, GP removal, broken instrument retrieval and perforation repair with bioceramic products can prolong tooth survival when the tooth is adequately restored after. When given the option all patients would want to save their tooth.
Julian was the first US trained endodontist in the UK having qualified at Northwestern University Dental School, Chicago, Illinois in 1978 with an MSc in Endodontics. He travels extensively worldwide teaching general dentists and endodontists alike in the skills of modern endodontic technique. He is an active member of the American Association of Endodontists and former President of the British Endodontic Society and The American Dental Society of London. Julian is the co developer of the WaveOne Gold single file (Dentsply Sirona) for shaping canals in a reciprocating motion. Sold worldwide it is the number one mechanical shaping instrument of choice for most practitioners. For 20 years Julian was the Editor of Endodontic Practice Journal and retired from that role in 2018. Julian works at the Harley Street Centre for Endodontics, a state of the art specialist treatment and teaching centre in Central London, founded by Julian in 2002.
11:30 - 13:00
The presentation will cover the latest ceramic materials available for minimally invasive restorations.
Modern Bioclear composite techniques will be considered, which for the first time will allow the practitioner to place aesthetic but long lasting restorations even in compromised cases.
• Be able to approximately select e.max and zirconia restorations in anterior and posterior situations for aesthetic and functional success.
• Understand the key features of minimally invasive preparation designs and adhesive techniques.
• Appreciate the revolution in modern composite techniques and key clinical techniques for long lasting aesthetic and functional success.
Understand how modern composite techniques can provide cost effective and long lasting rehabilitation even in compromised cases
Dominic is one of the world’s leading restorative, aesthetic and implants dentists.
He is currently course director of the Dominic Hassall training Institute.
He undertakes advanced restorative, aesthetic, implant and orthodontic/restorative interface cases and general private practice.
He is at the forefront of dental education initiating the UK’s first MSc in Restorative Cosmetic Dentistry before establishing the UK’s largest independent Training Institute.
He has lectured nationally and internationally and published on a range of advanced restorative and aesthetic topics and is Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Advanced Clinical Dentistry.
He is president of BAARID (British Academy of Aesthetic Restorative and Implant Dentistry) an organisation which promotes excellence in clinical dentistry through a program of world leading postgraduate courses delivered to Masters Level.
He has trained to the highest clinical level holding the Membership in Restorative Dentistry and the Intercollegiate Speciality in Fellowship in Restorative Dentistry.
14:00 - 15:00
What do neuroscience, empathy maps and kanban boards have to do with dentistry in the digital era? In dental practice, we have our patients who come to see us with their individual needs, wants and desires… and we have the ever increasing technological solutions, either at our finger tips or to be invested in…
Digital technology helps us to perform more predictable dentistry – but more than that, at the very beginning of the patient journey it can help us to diagnose more comprehensively, and to order our thoughts and findings in a way that our patients can understand. To be the most effective, we need systems so that our digital tools can collaborate with the needs of the individual so that smiles are not just designed by numbers, but by understanding, empathising, inter-disciplinary knowledge and with informed clinical decision making leading to informed consent.
15:30 - 16:30
ICON resin infiltration is an important aspect to the armamentarium of a minimally-invasive restorative dentist. Not only does this provide the dentist with an opportunity to minimise the invasion into the patients tooth structure, but also allows for maximisation of aesthetics. The presentation will also focus on simple cases of resin infiltration and when it is important to consider recruiting adjunctive strategies in the management of advanced hypoplastic lesions or molar-incisor hypomineralisation (or MIH) cases. Finally a new generation nanohybrid composite restorative material will be discussed and advised how this can be used as an adjunct when undertaken severe cases whilst still being used for posterior restorative restorations.
Dr. Shiraz Khan graduated from the University of Birmingham Dental School in 2013. Having successfully completed foundation training and winning several prizes, he finished his dental core training in a range of specialisms including Restorative Dentistry at Croydon University Hospital, Guys and St Thomas’s. He is currently placed in private practice in the heart of London (Devonshire Place, Chelsea, Fulham and Clapham). Shiraz has heightened his profile at this albeit early stage, being invited to lecture to young dentists around the country. In addition, international exploits include Tehran, Iran lecturing at the EXCIDA 57th international congress regarding aesthetic dentistry; New Zealand to the NZACD, and Sharjah, UAE. Progressing in his career in additional post-graduate qualifications and building a portfolio of achievements means that Shiraz is nothing short of an aspirational individual. He has recently started his Masters in Restorative Dentistry at the University of Birmingham. He invests time into his career development and experience, regularly sharing with like-minded professionals. He has won the Fast Track 4 Award in recognition of his commitment to dentistry and becoming a leader of the future, and has won the Best Young Dentist 2017 at the Dentistry Awards. Finally, he has also been recognised as ‘The Rising European Star in Dentistry 2018’. Most recently his hard work and efforts were recognised by the Young Dentist Academy who appointed Shiraz to become The Director.
10:00 - 11:30
This short lecture is specifically designed to demonstrate how to plan and execute production of your cosmetic cases , it is aimed at the less experienced Clinician but relevant to anyone who is curious about our formla for success – I hope to show how your approach to prep design will have a dramatic effect on the case’s outcome.
We will discuss the development of this most exciting discipline, the materials that are at our disposal and we will consider how our approach has changed over the years – Whether you want to get involved or not, the one constant is that your patients will always need to feel good about their smiles. On the other hand you can always refer them to someone else to take the adoration!
12:00 - 13:00
Continued tooth movement is one of the most unappreciated problems in dentistry.
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.
He 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.
This lecture will also 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.
14:00 - 15:00
Abid graduated from the Glasgow Dental School before undertaking his diploma of membership of the faculty of dental surgery in Edinburgh and a master’s degree at Glasgow University. He has trained with the best all over the world and limits his practice to implants and the management of complex restorative cases having placed over 1500 implants.
Abid has a particular interest in immediate loading and is the first surgeon outside London to carry out the NobelGuide Teeth-in-a-Hour™. Abid has also recently been appointed as an advisor for the British Society of Implantology. He has also been appointed to the editorial board for the publication Implant Dentistry and is part of a worldwide multicenter working group researching aspects of implantology.
Abid was voted 47th most influential person in dentistry in 2007. He was also recently awarded first place at the Nobel Biocare World tour in London presenting a Nobel Guide “teeth in an hour™ case study’. He was recently voted best young dentist in Scotland. He publishes regularly in dental journals and appears regularly in the media for his pioneering work. In the 2008 poll for most influential person in dentistry he was voted 37th. He is a trainer for NobelGuide and NobelActive. He has also recently been appointed trustee for the riverside museum appeal and is regularly involved in charity events.