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    • BDA seminar seriesTo saveor to extractHow to solve the treatmentdecision dilemmaEdward LynchHead of Dentistry, University of WarwickLiviu SteierOwner, MS Dentistry and Honorary AssociateClinical Professor Course Director, Universityof WarwickM A N C H E S T E R | Friday 12 October 2012L O N D O N | Friday 8 March 2013 6 hours verifiable CPDwww.bda.org/seminars
    • se m i n a r h i g hl i g htsThe debate and impassioned controversy regarding theclinical decision making ‘to save or to extract’ is currently moreand more impacting the whole profession leading to polaropposite views on the clinical management of the question.This lecture will provide a case-by-case approach to the decision making process, which will givethe practitioner the best possible advice in order to solve the treatment decision dilemma.This lecture promises to be an eye-popping view in regards of what-when-where-how-why ofcontemporary attempts to save the natural tooth and / or indicate replacement.By attending this event delegates will be able to:• apply proper endodontic case difficulty assessment• recognise when to perform endodontic treatment and when to refer• understand the endodontic and periodontic treatment decision tree• know the restorative and implantologic treatment decision tree.Comments from past delegates who have attended previous clinical seminars with the speakers:“ Liviu Steier is very interesting and informative. Edward Lynch is fantastic with very useful everyday tips”. Dr R Handa, Dentist, Stockton-on-Tees“ Very well run, very scientific. Thought provoking content”. Mr R Beard, GDP, Barrow-in-FurnessBDA updates available on Twitter and Facebook Follow us on Twitter: BDAConference BDAEvents Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/bdaconference Booking hotline: 020 7563 4590
    • se m i n a r P r o g r a m m e08:30 Registration, refreshments and exhibition09:00 Welcome from the Chair Manchester: Joanne Whistler, BDA Regional Consultant London: Catherine McGarry, BDA Regional Consultant09:05 How to identify the “standards of care” of decision making • Comprehending the treatment decision making process - the decision tree. • Understanding the value and limitations of literature. • Recognising average, high and extreme risk cases. Understanding how to apply statistics in treatment decision making • Using the MARKOV model. • Using the case difficulty assessment and benefit for answering the question: to treat or to refer?10:30 Morning refreshments and exhibition10:50 Knowing when to perform treatment and when to refer • Endodontic probabilities - facts and myths. • Periodontic probabilities - facts and myths. • Prosthodontic probabilities - facts and myths. • Implantologic probabilities - facts and myths.12:20 Lunch and exhibition13:20 Classification and prognosis evaluation for individual teeth • Orthodontists support. • “Freakonomics” vs. economics. • Understand and evaluate the function of all involved in the decision making process.14:50 Afternoon refreshments and exhibition15:10 Some problem solving and controversies • Looking at various problems in endodontics and how you can learn from them. • Discussing some controversies in endododontics.16:40 Closing remarks from the Chair16:45 Close of seminar © British Dental Association 2012 www.bda.org/seminars
    • S pea k e r sEdward LynchHead of Dentistry, University of WarwickEdward Lynch is a specialist in Endodontics, Prosthodontics and RestorativeDentistry and a BUPA Consultant in Oral Surgery. During his career, he has beenawarded a total of 94 research grants, totalling around £5 million and has morethan 500 publications.He has held the position of Professor of Restorative Dentistry and Gerodontologyof the Queen’s University Belfast as well as Consultant in Restorative Dentistry tothe Royal Hospitals. He also served as the Consultant Editor of Gerodontology,Treasurer and Secretary to GORG, IADR and Editor of the GORG IADR newsletter.He has served as Senior Lecturer in Conservative Dentistry and HonoraryConsultant in Restorative Dentistry and Postgraduate Course Organiser for theUniversity of London, where he was full time for 20 years.He is a Consultant to the ADA, a spokesperson for the BDA, a scientific boardmember of the International Health Care Foundation and ISBOR and is on theeditorial board of numerous international journals. He is also the Chairman ofthe European Experts group on tooth whitening and has presented to the EUparliament on tooth whitening.Edward Lynch was elected the most influential person in UK Dentistry in 2010by his peers in Dentistry magazine’s Top 50 poll.Liviu SteierOwner, MS Dentistry and Honorary Associate Clinical Professor CourseDirector, University of WarwickLiviu Steier received his Dr. med. dent. (PhD) in 1982. He is Specialist inProsthetics of the DGPro (www.dgpro.de) and Specialist in Endodontics.Dr Steier is the winner of the first prize for “Best Research on the Use of OralPharmaceuticals for the Management of Caries in Older Adults” – IADR 2005 inBaltimore, USA.He is Honorary Clinical Associate Professor at Warwick Medical School andcourse director of the MSc in Endodontics. He is Visiting Professor at FlorenceSchool of Dental Medicine (Italy) in the Restorative Department. He hasbeen Programme Director and Co-director of over 200 continuing educationprogrammes around the world and has published extensively includingreferred chapters in textbooks.He is a fellow of different international dental academies as well as havingmemberships in several societies. He is member of the Scientific Board of theJournal of Endodontics. He is Editor-in-Chief of REALITY ENDO, Clinical Editor ofDental Tribune UK and maintains private practices in Germany and 20 WimpoleStreet (www.drsteier.de). events@bda.org
    • Booking formTo save or to extractHow to solve the treatment decision dilemmaPlease complete this form in BLOCK CAPITALS and post it with your payment to: Please photocopy thisEvents Department, British Dental Association, 64 Wimpole Street, London W1G 8YS. form for multiple bookings.Tel: 020 7563 4590 Fax: 020 7563 4591 Email: events@bda.orgDelegate: Title: First name: Surname: Job title: Organisation: BDA membership number (if applicable): GDC number (if applicable): Address: Postcode: Telephone: Mobile: Email: Booking contact (if different from above): Any special requirements, including dietary, disabled facilities, etc: How did you hear about this seminar? (inc. promo code if applicable)I would like to book: Payment: Friday 12 October 2012 (E258) I enclose a cheque for £ made payable to the Manchester Conference Centre, Manchester British Dental Association (please write the seminar code E258 Friday 8 March 2013 (E265) for Manchester or E265 for London on the back of your cheque) British Dental Association, London Or Please debit my credit / debit card (delete as applicable) BDA members: £265 £ Visa Mastercard Switch/Maestro Non-members: £345 Dental Care Professionals: £195 Card number:• All costs include VAT, refreshments, a buffet lunch and all course documentation. Start date: Expiry date:• Payment MUST be received prior to the event. The BDA will hold your personal data on its computer database and Issue no: Security number: process it in accordance with the Data Protection Act. (Switch/Maestro) (last three digits on the reverse of your card) For details please visit www.bda.org/legal/privacy-policy.aspx Data Protection Act Name of cardholder: Yes No Do you wish to continue to receive BDA mailings? (please tick box) Address of cardholder: Yes No Do you wish to receive mailings from approved (if different from above) partners and suppliers? (please tick box) Electronic privacy Yes No Do you wish to receive emails about BDA events? (please tick box)   Postcode: Yes No Do you wish to receive emails from approved partners and suppliers (please tick box)   Cardholder signature: Date: I understand that I will be able to opt out from receiving these communications at any time.
    • B o o k i n g i n f o r m at i o nThe seminar costs: BDA members: £265* Non-members: £345* Dental Care Professionals: £195*The fee includes refreshments, a standing buffet lunch and all course documentation. If youwould like to attend, please complete the registration form overleaf or book online on our website www.bda.org/seminars*Prices held for the past two years.AccreditationThe seminar meets the educational criteria set by the GDC for verifiable CPD (6 hours) and iscertified by the British Dental Association.Hotel accommodationIf you wish to stay overnight during the event please contact Fresh! Reservations, our appointedhotel booking agency, direct on 0845 310 3333 or email them at bda@freshres.co.ukFurther informationFor further information on the programme and arrangements for the seminar please contact:Jyoti Parmar, Events Executive, British Dental Association, 64 Wimpole Street, London W1G 8YSTel: 020 7563 4590; Fax: 020 7563 4591; Email: events@bda.orgCancellation policyAll cancellations must be received in writing either by fax to 020 7563 4591, or by email toevents@bda.org, or by post to The Events Department, BDA, 64 Wimpole Street, London W1G8YS. This must then be followed by a telephone call to confirm receipt. Cancellations received29 days or more prior to the seminar will be entitled to a 100% credit voucher or refund.Cancellations received between 15 days and 28 days (inclusive) prior to the seminar will receive a100% credit voucher or a 75% refund to attend a future BDA seminar. For cancellations receivedbetween 1 day and 14 days (inclusive) prior to the seminar, no credit voucher or refund willbe given. Failure to attend the event on the day will constitute late cancellation and no creditvoucher or refund will be given. Substitutions are welcome at any time.Due to unforeseen circumstances, the programme may change and the BDA reserves the right tocancel the event or alter the venue and/or speakers. Exhibition, promotion and networking opportunities at future events Are you interested in meeting established dentists and their teams? Do you want to strengthen ties with existing customers? If your answer is YES then you really need to be part of a small, exclusive group of exhibitors to successfully promote your products and services. For more information please contact Peter Cowie, Events Marketing and Sales Executive on 020 7563 4578 or email peter.cowie@bda.org Booking hotline: 020 7563 4590