The 2018 FGDP(UK) Scotland study day

Friday 7 December 2018

Our speakers will include two of the most prominent dentists in the UK and represent our first-ever all female line-up. Serpil Djemal and Charlotte Stilwell will present in-depth content on the latest in dental trauma and removable dentures respectively. Throughout the day presentations are planned to be interactive with audience participation and online voting.
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Serpil Djemal

Serpil Djemal

Serpil qualified at King’s in 1988 and following a masters in 1992 she undertook senior registrar training in restorative dentistry. Her first consultant post was at Bart’s and the London NHS Trust where she led the oncology service and since she was appointed in 2008 she works as a Consultant and lead for dental trauma at King’s College NHS Foundation Trust in SE London. Serpil is actively involved in the acute and long term management of patients who have sustained traumatic dental injuries. She is founder chairperson to Dental Trauma UK a new charity set up to raise public and professional awareness in the prevention and management of traumatic dental injuries.

Serpil Djemal

Session Title: Bish bash bosh – modern management of dental trauma

Lectures:
Management of dental fractures
Management of luxation injuries

By the end of the day participants will:

  • Have knowledge of the aetiology of dental trauma
  • Be aware of the International Association of Dental Traumatology guidelines and other resources available
  • Understand the principles of management of acute traumatic dental injuries
  • Have an idea of the long term prognosis

Charlotte Stilwell

Charlotte Stilwell

Originally from Denmark, Charlotte Stilwell is a specialist in prosthodontics with a referral practice in Harley Street, London. Charlotte is also a part-time senior lecturer at the Dental Faculty, University of Geneva and an examiner for the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh. She is an invited speaker on the topics of conventional and implant prosthodontics and management of occlusion. Charlotte is an ITI fellow, member of the International ITI Education Committee and editor-in-chief of the ITI Online Academy.

Charlotte Stilwell

By the end of day participants will have gained a greater understanding of the process of hygienic partial denture design and be able to describe the diagnostic approach to complete dentures.

Hygienic partial denture design

Aim is to improve the prosthodontic value of partial dentures through hygienic design

Outcomes are at the end of the lecture the participants should be able to…:

  • outline a systematic approach to assessment and planning of partial dentures and their design
  • explain the importance of hygienic design principles in reducing the burden of maintenance

Diagnostic approach to complete dentures

Aim is to discuss a diagnostic approach to trouble shooting complete dentures

Outcomes are at the end of the lecture the participants should be able to…:

  • describe a practical, diagnostic approach to exploring need and scope for improving complete dentures
  • explain the advantages of such a diagnostic approach

The Caldwell Memorial Lecture
The event will close with a shared presentation on treatment planning cases ‘Contemporary prosthodontic treatment planning’ where each presenter will feature two cases relating to their topics earlier in the day and invite audience participation in the following discussion.

Main Delegate Programme

Time Speaker Course Title
8.15-9.00 REGISTRATION
9.00-10.00 Serpil Djemal  Management of dental fractures
10.00-11.10 Serpil Djemal Management of luxation injuries
11.10-11.40 COFFEE BREAK
11.40-12.45 Charlotte Stilwell  Hygienic Partial Denture Design
12.45-14.00 LUNCH
14.00-15.15 Charlotte Stilwell  Diagnostic approach to complete dentures
15.15-15.45 COFFEE BREAK
15.45-17.15 Djemal/Stilwell  The Caldwell Memorial Lecture, an interactive session focusing on ‘Contemporary prosthodontic treatment planning’

Information for delegates

Venue and catering information

The event takes place at Glasgow Science Centre and during the day delegates will benefit from superb catering including a three-course lunch and post-event drinks, six hours of CPDA and a 30-stand trade exhibition. There is free parking for delegates during the event.

How to get to the Science Centre

Registration is from 8.15am with tea, coffee and breakfast rolls. Presentations run from 9am until 5.15 with two coffee breaks and a three-course lunch. Following the event there will be a relaxed drinks reception until 7.15.

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