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Show Tribune United Kingdom Edition

SHOW TRIBUNE The World’s Event Newspaper · United Kingdom Edition PUBLISHED IN LONDON HIVE OF TECHNICAL INNOVATION Visitors have chance to try out and take home newly launched Sonicare toothbrush at Philips stand in Birmingham. ” Page 04 “FROM A PATIENT TO A FAN” W&H Marketing Director Anita Thallinger talks about the back- ground, objectives and challenges of the company’s new image campaign. ” Page 05 VOL. 12, NO. 1 MTA PLACEMENT Micro-Apical Placement (MAP) System from Produits Den- taires offers different applica- tion points for every clinical situation. ” Page 12 Dentistry’s top innovators and thinkers to gather in Birmingham National Exhibition Centre invites professionals to inaugural British Dental Conference and Dentistry Show By DTI BIRMINGHAM, UK: Almost a year ago, the organisers of two of the largest dental events in the UK, the British Dental Association (BDA) and CloserStill Media, announced their collaboration for a new show in 2018. Now, the first British Dental Conference and Dentistry Show 2018 is finally set to be held from 18-19 May at the National Exhibi- tion Centre in Birmingham. Ac- cording to both organisations, it will deliver two days packed full of first-class education, verifiable CPD, extensive networking and product discovery. The event will also present an exceptional line-up of speakers at the BDA Theatre, who will share their top tips on managing challenging issues in primary care. Among the headline acts will be Didier Dietschi, a senior lecturer at the University of Ge- neva, private practitioner, and re- nowned internationally for his experience and expertise. In the BDA Theatre, he will discuss the interceptive treatment of tooth Charlotte Stilwell, specialist prosthodontist, will highlight the dental challenges presented by older patients and strategies to deliver them effective dental care. Dr Stilwell will be one of many world-class speakers in the BDA Theatre, which will also host Richard Porter (consultant in re- storative and implant dentistry, St George’s Hospital London); Niek Opdam (associate professor, Netherlands), Claire Field (con- sultant and specialist in resto- rative dentistry, University of Sheffield); Tidu Mankoo (GDP, Windsor), Bhupinder Dawett (GDP and Doctorial Research Fel- low, University of Sheffield); and Arshad Ali (clinical director of Scottish Centre for Excellence in Dentistry). All delegates have free access to the BDA Theatre, with BDA members getting priority access. More information about the programme is available at www. wear using no-prep or minimally invasive techniques, and also how free-hand bonding can be used effectively in complex clini- cal situations. Expert in paediatric dentistry, Siobhan Barry (University of Man- chester) will highlight behaviour management techniques to facili- tate the examination and treat- ment of the child patient, while consultant oral and maxillofacial surgeon, Mark Singh, will advise general dental practitioners (GDPs) on how to follow up the care of patients after they have been treated for oral cancer. Koray Feran (clinical director of the London Centre for Implant and Aesthetic Dentistry) will share his thoughts on how to look after pa- tients, who present with implants they have been placed elsewhere. He will discuss the current types of den- tal implants and the attention and re- medial work these require over time. Impressive line-up announced for Birmingham conference By DTI BIRMINGHAM, UK: Birmingham is setting up for the first British Dental Conference and Dentistry Show, to be held in May. The or- ganiser has now said that interna- tionally prominent prosthodon- tist Dr Didier Dietschi will join the highly anticipated list of speakers for the BDA Theatre. Dietschi will lead two talks at the show, titled “Bio-aesthetic smile rehabilitations: Restorative trends and realities” and “The in- terceptive treatment of tooth wear using no-prep or minimally inva- sive techniques”. He said that the lectures will allow attendees to identify and learn about new clini- cal options that fulfil the growing needs of patients for interceptive tooth wear treatment and smile rejuvenation or improvement us- ing tissue-conserving approaches. “I believe that due to two grow- ing trends in ‘minimally invasive dentistry’ and ‘cost-effective aes- thetic options’, the direct free- hand treatment approach shall en- ter into its second golden age,” Dietschi said. “During my lecture I will cover indications for direct free-hand bonding following new aesthetic standards and basic clin- ical protocols which make it feasi- ble for every GDP [general dental practitioner]. There will be no complex layering techniques, but rather simple and reliable com- posite systems and application techniques.” Other highlights of the BDA Theatre include a presentation titled “Effective dental manage- ment of patients in later life” by London prosthodontist Dr Char- lotte Stilwell and one titled “Con- gratulations, you have just inher- ited someone else’s dental im- plants—Now what?” by the London Centre for Implant and Aesthetic Dentistry Clinical Director Dr Koray Feran. Overall, the show will cover more than 100 hours of verifiable continuing professional develop- ment over two days for the whole dental practice team, the organ- iser said.

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