Pre-Congress
Workshops & Courses

Workshops – Wednesday 11th September

Workshop Leader: Dr Gareth Calvert, Glasgow Dental Hospital and School
Venue: Glasgow Dental Hospital and School
Price: £1,200.00 (includes lunch)

Duration: 10am to 5pm

Introduction
This course has been designed for dentists, specialist and speciality trainees with an interest or experience in endodontics and oral surgery It is designed around a full day practicing Endodontic microsurgery and anatomical dissection on cadaveric material with contemporary equipment at The University of Glasgow Clinical Anatomy Skills Centre (CASC)

Course features

• A full day of hands on training
• High tutor-to-participant ratio
• Personal tuition
• Performance assessment and feedback to identify areas of strength and development
• Use of the dental operating microscope
• Use of contemporary microsurgical instruments
• Use of calcium silicate based cements
 
Learning outcomes
• An understanding of the essential clinical factors of patient examination, diagnosis and treatment planning based on the most contemporary clinical literature
• Practice of each stage of periradicular surgery on multiple teeth under the dental operating microscope
• Practice root resection procedures 
• Practice local anatomy dissection with contemporary microsurgical equipment 
 
Preparation for the course
A foundational knowledge and experience of dental surgery is required to maximising the intensive day of practical microsurgery learning.
 
Course Director
Gareth Calvert is a Consultant and specialist in Restorative Dentistry and Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer in Glasgow Dental Hospital and School. His clinical practice is devoted to the multidisciplinary oral rehabilitation of patients with hypodontia, including all aspect of surgical hard and soft tissue grafting and dental implant treatment. His single specialty interest is endodontic microsurgery and the surgical repair of external cervical resorption. Gareth delivers education in various formats in the UK and abroad but particularly enjoys the privilege of cadaveric courses. You can read Gareth’s full bio or contact him at www.restorativespecialist.com.
 
Maximum participants: 12
 
 
 

Workshop Leader: Dr Daniel Cerny, DLC Dent, Hradec Králové, Czech Republic
Venue: Scottish Event Campus (SEC)
Price: Full Delegate – £475.00, Postgraduate – £275.00 (price includes lunch)
Duration: 10am to 4.30pm 

Workshop description:

Workshop will guide participants through the most common endo-restorative situations and how to treat them predictably within the same session with endodontics treatment.

Course Director
Daniel Cerny (*1974) has received his dental degree at the Charles University, Medical School in Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic (1998). Doctorate degree earned at Palacky University in Olomouc in 2018 with the topic of adhesive aesthetic reconstruction.

Previously an assistant professor at Charles University, Medical School in Hradec Kralove at the Dpt of Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics (1998-2007).

Private practice in Hradec Kralove limited to endodontics and adhesive dentistry since 2001.
Immediate Past President of the Czech Endodontic Association (CES) 2015-2023.

Member of the Scientific Board of the Czech Dental Chamber. (since 2022)
Co-founder and the first president of Czech Academy of Dental Esthetics (CADE) (2007-2009).
Editorial board member of LKS journal (Czech Dental Chamber Journal) (2009-2013)
Co-owner and CEO of the continuing education institute HDVI since 2010.
Member of AAE.

Author/co-author of 36 articles in dental journals. Co-author of 4 chapters in dental books. Lectures widely internationally.

Max participants: 20

Workshop Leader: Mrs Beth Burns (Glasgow Dental Hospital and School)  and Dr Serpil Djemal  ( Dental Trauma UK)
Venue: Scottish Event Campus (SEC)
Price: Full Delegate – £325.00, Postgraduate – £175.00 
Duration: 2.5 hours 
Morning workshop – 10am to 12.30pm
Afternoon workshop – 1.30pm to 4pm
 
Aim
The aim of this workshop is to update participants on the management of traumatic dental injuries and includes a hands on element on splinting teeth.
 
Learning objectives
By the end of the lectures the participants will:
• Manage acute dental trauma with more confidence
• Understand the importance of a-traumatic techniques 
• Improve their treatment planning for traumatised teeth.
 
Learning content
The workshop will illustrate the management of fracture and luxation injuries using real cases. The hands on element will be on splinting repositioned teeth.
 
Course Directors:
 
Beth Burns
Beth Burns is Consultant and Clinical Lead in Restorative Dentistry Glasgow Dental Hospital and School. She developed and runs the Adult Dental Trauma Service in Greater Glasgow and Clyde. Beth is also a board member of Dental Trauma UK. She is committed to improving both the immediate and long term management of dental trauma, through education and improved access to appropriate specialist services. She aims to improve knowledge and confidence in the management of dental trauma based on current international guidance with practical hints and tips from her own experience. She frequently lectures nationally and internationally, with multiple publications in the field of dental trauma.
 
Beth is actively involved in both the acute management of patients who have sustained traumatic dental injuries, and long term management of resulting complications, and rehabilitation required in her dedicated Trauma clinics and multi-disciplinary clinics along with Paediatric Dentistry. These MDT clinics help to ensure smooth transition between Paediatric and Adult Restorative services following childhood trauma, ensuring appropriate intervention at the most suitable stage for patients. Beth is also a trainer for ASC (Ask, Support, Care), an initiative developed by the charity Medics Against Violence. This has allowed Beth to train other professionals to more effectively spot signs of domestic abuse, ask the right questions and ensure those affected get the support they need
 
Serpil Djemal
Until recently, Serpil was a consultant in Restorative Dentistry at King’s College NHS Foundation Trust in SE London where she developed the adult dental trauma service and was actively involved in the acute and long-term management of patients who have sustained traumatic dental injuries.
 
She continues in her role as founder chairperson to Dental Trauma UK – a charity set up to raise public and professional awareness in the prevention and management of traumatic dental injuries.
Serpil has lectured and continues to lecture nationally and internationally and has published widely, written several book chapters on dental trauma as well as publishing her teams work in a book – Dental Trauma: a practical guide to diagnosis and management in 2021. 

 

Maximum participants: 30 per workshop

Workshop Leaders: Dr Jon Cowie and Dr Luca Moranzoni
Venue: Scottish Event Campus (SEC)
Price: Full Price £325.00
Duration: 10am to 5pm (includes lunch)

Jon and Luca will be taking delegates through the recipe of contemporary, efficient, reproducible endodontic treatment with their passion and clinical experiences.  They will journey through instrument choices, metallurgy, physical properties and techniques to suit delegates and their practices.  There will be a large hands-on component with two systems: WaveOne Gold and Reciproc.  The two systems have been chosen as they are the leading instruments designed for the reciprocation movement.  Jon and Luca will share their techniques, experiences and protocols over the last 10+ years of using such systems.  Different instruments will suit different delegates, Jon and Luca will help guide everyone on how to choose what works in your hands, through a series of bespoke scenarios.  We look forward to welcoming you on this exciting workshop, see you soon.

Workshop Leaders Biographies

  • Jon Cowie – BDS (Bristol) Dip Endo MClinDent (Endo) M Endo RCS (Ed) – Specialist Endodontist GDC No: 83435
  • LUCA MORANZONI – BDS (Hons, Cardiff) MFDS RCSEd MClinDent (Endodontology) MEndo RCSEd – Specialist Endodontist GDC No: 155337

Jon and Luca are both GDC registered specialist endodontists.  They have been working in specialist practice, taking all kinds of endodontic related referrals since 2012.  They have a combined experience of over 20 years in respect to endodontic treatment and are also partners in running a multi-disciplinary referral practice in Bath (UK).

Jon and Luca are modern and forward thinking restorative endodontists, placing emphasis on the restorative aspect of teeth.  In the UK, they have been at the forefront of teaching the importance of restoratively driven endodontics: maintaining as much natural tooth as possible, limiting tooth fragility, and inherently trying to improve long-term patient-centred endodontic outcomes.

Max participants: 20

Workshop Leader: Dr Shimon Friedman, Professor Emeritus at the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto
Venue: Scottish Event Campus (SEC)
Price: Full Delegate – £200.00, Postgraduate – £130.00
Duration: 9.30am to 1pm (3.5 hour session, to include a short break and time for discussion.)

When orthograde retreatment and apical microsurgery are considered unfeasible, when they fail to resolve persistent endodontic infection, or when the remaining tooth structure is deemed non-restorable, the tooth is usually extracted and replaced with an implant or another prosthetic device.  Alternatively, when clinical conditions permit, the tooth can be extracted, manipulated extra-orally and replanted (Intentional Replantation, Surgical Extrusion), or a non-strategic tooth can be transplanted into the socket of the extracted tooth (Autogenous Transplantation). These seemingly radical but rather simple procedures offer predictably good outcomes when the biologic principles of tooth replantation are respected.

This course will present the procedures of Intentional Replantation/Transplantation in a contemporary context, as predictable means for retaining otherwise “untreatable” teeth to greatly benefit patients.  Strict guidelines for case selection, a step-by-step protocol and a variety of clinical applications will be outlined and illustrated with typical cases.  Treatment outcomes will also be highlighted for the various clinical applications of both procedures, as reported in case reports, cohort studies and systematic reviews.

Learning objectives: Upon completion, the participants will be able to:

  • Describe the procedural guidelines and steps for Intentional Replantation, Surgical Extrusion and Autogenous Transplantation aimed to prevent external root resorption and persistent infection.
  • Outline the indications for Intentional Replantation and Autogenous Transplantation.

Summarize the long-term outcomes of Intentional Replantation, Surgical Extrusion and Autogenous Transplantation .

Course Director
Dr. Shimon Friedman is Professor Emeritus at the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto. He received the D.M.D. degree (1975) and endodontics certificate (1983) from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel. He is board-certified in endodontics in Israel and had served as Chairman of the Israel Endodontic Society from 1985 to 1988.

Prof. Friedman had served as Head of Endodontics in Toronto for 20 years (1992-2012), and as the founding Director of the MSc Program in Endodontics for 22 years (1993-2015). Under his leadership, the M.Sc. Endodontics Program at the University of Toronto has gained international recognition for its excellence.

Prof. Friedman has published over 250 peer-reviewed articles, textbook chapters and research abstracts, and has presented over 330 international lectures. 

Prof. Friedman is the recipient of several awards, including 2006 Louis I. Grossman Award by the French Endodontic Society, 2008 Louis I. Grossman Award from the American Association of Endodontists (for “cumulative publication of significant research studies that have made an extraordinary contribution to endodontology”), 2013 W.W. Wood Award from the Association of Canadian Faculties of Dentistry (for “excellence in dental education”), 2014 Award of Distinction from the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto, 2018 I.B. Bender Lifetime Educator Award from the American Association of Endodontists and Life Membership in the Omicron Kappa Upsilon Dental Fraternity, Tau Tau Chapter. In 2015, Prof. Friedman was designated an Honorary Diplomate of the Indian Board of Endodontics.

Max participants: 120

Workshop Leader: Dr Thuan Dao, University of Toronto
Venue: Scottish Event Campus (SEC)
Price: Full Delegate – £200.00, Postgraduate – £130.00
Duration: 1.30pm to 5pm (3.5 hours with a short refreshment break)

Although the understanding of the physiology and mechanisms of chronic orofacial pain has vastly improved, the availability of diagnostic tools such as laboratory, radiological and other imaging tests remains limited. In addition, pain can occur in the absence of noxious stimuli and persist beyond the usual healing time. The poor localization of pain often leads to misdiagnosis of its source and mistreatment, including sequential endodontic treatment or extraction of “innocent” teeth without significant improvement in patient’s comfort. 

The first part of this session will focus on the clinical manifestations, mechanisms and pharmacological (non-dental) management of persistent neuropathic pain following dental treatment. This knowledge is instrumental for the understanding of the second part, where differential diagnosis will be discussed. Clinical scenarios will be presented to illustrate how information obtained from patients through structured interview will lead the path to diagnosis, while the physical examination mainly confirms or refutes the provisional diagnosis.

Course Director:
Dr. Thuan Dao obtained her DMD, MSc (Neuroscience), and PhD (Biomedical Sciences) at the University of Montreal, and her Diploma in Prosthodontics at the University of Toronto. She is a Fellow of the Royal College of Dentists of Canada and Associate Professor Emerita at the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto.

Dr. Dao had served a President of the Neuroscience Group of the International Association of Dental Research, as a Councilor in Prosthodontics for the Royal College of Dentists of Canada, and as a member of the Centre for the Study of Pain at the University of Toronto. 

Dr. Dao’s research and publications have focused mainly on the etiology and management of orofacial pain and sensory disorders. She has lectured extensively on pain-related topics, nationally and internationally, to both researchers and clinicians. With her strong background in Neuroscience, her expertise in clinical trials, and many years of private practice limited to pain management, Dr. Dao is uniquely positioned to bridge the gap between basic sciences and the clinics. Her ability to clearly explain complex science to clinicians and to relate it to everyday practice has met with wide acclaim.

Max participants: 120

Workshop Leader: Dr Yoshitsugu Terauchi D.D.S., PhD
Venue: Scottish Event Campus (SEC)
Price: Full Delegate – £475.00, Post-graduate – £275.00 
Duration: 10am to 4.30pm (includes lunch)

An instrument fracture is very frustrating. Instrument retrieval is even more frustrating and considered more challenging than any other procedure in endodontics. The literature shows that when NiTi instruments fracture, they mostly fracture in the apical one-third or beyond a curve of the canal because of the superelastic property of NiTi instruments. Although the success rates of instrument retrieval with ultrasonics alone are very high in the range of 80 to 90 %, ultrasonic retrieval attempts are deemed to be unpredictable in terms of time and dentin sacrifice. It is also essential to maintain as much tooth structure as possible to prevent root fracture and perforation. In the workshop unique techniques for instrument retrieval using a new “TFRK” will be proposed and discussed to make the instrument retrieval highly predictable and minimize dentin sacrifice. The proposed instrument retrieval technique is also supported by a recent study published from JOE because of predictability and higher success rates compared to the traditional techniques.

Course Director – Dr Terauchi

CV: Dr. Terauchi is an adjunct professor at Department of Endodontics Faculty of Dentistry Bahçeşehir University İstanbul, Turkey, an adjunct clinical assistant professor of Endodontics at Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine, and a part-time lecturer at Tokyo Medical & Dental University while maintaining a private practice limited to endodontics in Tokyo, Japan since 1998.

He earned his DDS in 1993 and completed his residency at Tokyo Medical & Dental University in 1995, where he also received his PhD from the Department of Endodontics. He has published several articles in peer-reviewed journals nationally and internationally. He also authored in several chapters in textbooks including the 11th and the 12th edition of “Pathways of the Pulp”, “Endodontics: the 6th edition of Principles and Practice”, and “Management of Fractured Instruments. Endodontic Advances and Evidence-Based Clinical Guidelines”. He has lectured nationally and internationally both onsite and online a number of times a year.

I have been invited to more than 37 countries including USA, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Chile, Australia, China, Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Thailand, India, Italy, France, Germany, Greece, Portugal, Spain, UK, Belgium, Hungary, Bulgaria, Norway, Finland, Estonia, Turk, Russia, Ukraine, South Africa, Israel, Egypt, UAE, Kuwait, Iraq, Vietnam, Iran.

Private practice in Tokyo. CT & MicroEndodontic Center

2001: Presidential Award by JEA

Max participants: 20