Incisal edge restoration - Hands On
This is a unique introduction to the restoration of anterior teeth, using composite restorative material. Hands on 7.5 Verifiable CPD Course (English) Day 1: 30th March 2023 Day 2: 7th April
Time & Location
30 Mar, 18:30 – 20:00
London, Turner St, London E1 2AD, UK
About the Event
Incisal edge restoration – Hands on 7.5 Verifiable CPD Course (English)
This is a unique introduction to the restoration of anterior teeth, using composite restorative material.
This is a unique introduction to the restoration of anterior teeth, using composite restorative material. This a combination of an online and practical course is designed to reinforce the background information and skills needed to manage the required incisal restoration and to make sure that they comprehend the condition so as to be in a position to give informed consent. A simple and quick talk about important factors such as bonding and procedures will help delegates to provide patients expectations and techniques how to restore the defected anterior teeth.
The online and practical part are scheduled on 2 separate dates. (29th March Online , 7th April Hands-On)
This course is suitable for all dental practitioners as well as dental therapists.
Students who want to migrate to another country, would find this course suitable for their registration exams.
Aims & Objectives
This hands-on course will provide you some information about indications and treatments as well as procedures and techniques. It also help you to avoid mistakes, and would help to achieve better outcomes, minimise the time spending on the task, gain clinical skills in preparation of incisor edges and increase profits.
To understand the importance of accurate composite restorations and factors that may impact both negatively and positively on your treatment outcomes.
Effective communication with patients,
How to manage edge bonding,
Provide patients expectations,
Concerns when patients are at risk,
Understand different techniques,
Material usage for advanced restoration,
Effective work with others in a dental team,
Identify factors that may result complications,
Find out missing information.
· Dental Therapists
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Treatment planning, patient exam, diagnosis & management (A, B, C)
No pre-course reading material is required.
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Professor Mangala Patel
Mangala Patel is Professor of Dental Biomaterials in the Centre for Oral Bioengineering, in Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, at Queen Mary University of London. Her extensive experience in teaching dental materials science and biomaterials to undergraduate and postgraduate has evolved to include the application of dental materials science in the clinical setting. She also supervises numerous PhD and Maters projects.
Professor Patel's research centres on the development of novel polymeric systems (dental and orthopaedic related/biomaterials) for the delivery of therapeutic (active) species, locally within the oral cavity and in the body, and the analysis of water absorption and diffusion processes associated with drug release. The latter two are central to the clinical performance of the systems. Developing an understanding on the detailed kinetics of water absorption and release of active agents, experimental and mathematical modelling, with specific reference to delivering proteins across the oral mucosa, has benefited from interdisciplinary, international/national and industrial collaborations. Her research has resulted in patents, publications in peer-reviewed journals and a number of successful grants.
A major focus of Professor Patel’s work also involves the pastoral care and welfare of students at all levels, as well promoting the Dental School and QMUL’s strategy on equality, diversity and inclusion, to introduce positive cultural changes, for creating an inclusive environment in which all staff and students can flourish. Under her leadership the Dental School attained an Athena SWAN Silver Award (November 2018). She has also mentored numerous staff and students to reach their career goals.
Dr Ali Nankali is a Clinical Senior Lecturer in Teaching and Innovation (Adult Oral Health) Centre in the Barts and the London Medical and Dental School. In 1998, he took a keen interest in Restorative Dentistry, which led him to commence his extensive research on application of post/cores and a number of novel inventions including Nankali Post System, Nankali bur and new classifications.
Dr Nankali was awarded his PhD in 2004 by National Medical University (NMU) in Kiev, Ukraine where he registered as a Specialist / Consultant in Prosthodontics. Furthermore, his Engineering background in addition to his Prosthetics and Maxillofacial clinical experiences helped him in achieving ground-breaking outcomes on his researches related to distribution of masticatory force and mechanical strength of teeth's hard tissues that brought him to the attention of the scientific community.
At his current position, Dr Nankali is involved with undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD students as well as regularly running CPD courses and conferences.
Membership of professional associations
Supreme Attestation Commission of the Ukraine – DR No. 000942 KYIV – May 2004
British Dental Association (BDA) – Membership Number 9015326 – February 2005
The UK General Dental Council- January 2010
British Society for the Study of Prosthetic Dentistry (BSSPD) – Membership Number 713 – October 2008
British Society for Restorative Dentistry (BSRD) – December 2008
European Prosthodontics Association (ERA) - May 2017
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