BOS Orthodontics Theatre

Course Details

25th January 2020

Olympia London

10:00am - 4:45pm

£0.00 per attendee

CPD Hours: 4.5

Course Code: DLO2011B

Orthodontics Theatre is a free course.

DEVELOPMENT OUTCOMES: A B C D

Sponsored by:

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10:20 - 11:00

A talk presented by Amit Sodha, Action Coach

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10:45 - 11:05

Exhibition & Networking

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11:05 - 11:50

Achieving excellence in clinical photography - DB Orthodontics

A course designed to highlight the importance of clinical photographs in orthodontic treatment and how to ensure consistent high quality images.

Learning Objectives:

- Learn how to take high-quality extra-oral and intra-oral clinical photographs using a step-by-step approach
- Understand the essential equipment required
- Identify common errors and learn how to correct them

coffee

11:50 - 12:10

Exhibition & Networking

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12:10 - 12:55

Getting the best from interdisciplinary orthodontic care - John Scholey, British Orthodontic Society

This lecture will look at the way in which orthodontic treatment can used in conjunction with other dental disciplines to achieve excellent outcomes in highly complex cases. The lecture will be illustrated with joint surgical, restorative and periodontal cases. The role of achieving ideal root movements for implant placement and using tooth movements to generate new bone volume will be shown with detailed clinical cases.

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12:55 - 13:25

Exhibition & Networking

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13:25 - 14:10

Digital Orthodontics - Friend or Foe? presented by Dr. Owen Crotty, British Orthodontic Society

Like many areas of our lives, the digital world has encroached at great speed. While many of the advances are for the better, some can be for the worse. Whether we like it or not, progress means understanding and embracing the disruptive changes that are occurring. Dr. Crotty will outline some of the changing areas of our orthodontic world, and will discuss the potential benefits of incorporating the digital world into our orthodontic lives and the possible pitfalls if this track is pursued in a blind manner.

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14:10 - 14:30

Exhibition & Networking

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14:30 - 15:15

How I Learned to Stop Worrying about Direct to Consumer Aligners and Love Not Seeing Patients - Dr Francis Scriven, Dental Monitoring

Research shows that AI leads to major gains in aligner treatment and practice efficiency. At the forefront of this revolution is Dental Monitoring (DM), an integrated system for AI-guided remote treatment monitoring. DM helps aligner treatments track better, leading to faster treatments, fewer visits, less doctor time and better engagement

Learning objectives:

- Delegates will learn what Dental Monitoring (DM) is
- They will be shown how they can integrate DM into their practice
- Attendees will understand how implementing DM would be of benefit to their patients and their practice

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15:15 - 15:35

Exhibition & Networking

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15:35 - 16:20

Orthodontic specialty Training: The good, the bad and the ugly - Amy Gallacher, British Orthodontic Society

Applying to the orthodontic specialty training pathway can be a difficult and daunting process. Dental graduates have a number of career pathways to choose from, and for those considering a career as an orthodontic specialist, an in-depth understanding of the training pathway is useful.

This talk will outline what it is like to be an Orthodontic Registrar and describe the typical registrar timetable. We will discuss the great opportunities offered to those in specialty training, but also address some of the more difficult aspects of training. Overall, the talk aims to give a realistic view of what to expect from ‘life as an orthodontic registrar’ and aims to support those interested in applying to the speciality in making a considered and informed career choice.