Surgical Extrusion and Minimally Invasive Extraction CPD Event
- 10:00 AM
- The Wellcome Collection Museum 183 Euston Road, London NW1 2BE
NEW DATE: Friday, 27th September 2019.
In modern dental treatments, implantology following extraction is increasingly favoured. Consistent with the principle of minimal invasion, conserving soft and hard tissue structures is a must. The BENEX guarantees a gentle and simple extraction of roots in the whole mouth. It is nearly impossible to harm the soft tissue and the surrounding bone. Due to the longitudinal extraction, BENEX is an optimal basis for direct implantation. Studies done after the use of the BENEX prove that the re-ossification of the extraction alveole is advancing optimally.
This is a great advantage for the retarded implantation .
£300 – including lunch and refreshments.
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Professor Thomas Dietrich
Dr. med., Dr. med. dent., MPH, FDS RCS (Engl), FDS RCPS (Glasg)
- School of Dentistry
- Professor of Oral Surgery
Thomas studied Dentistry and Medicine at Charité, Humboldt University in Berlin, Germany, where he subsequently trained as an Oral Surgeon and worked with the Departments of Periodontology and Oral Surgery.
In 2001 he was awarded a scholarship by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) to study quantitative methods at the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston, where he graduated with an MPH in 2002. In 2003 he joined the Department of Health Policy and Health Services Research and Department of Periodontology at Boston University Goldman School of Dental Medicine as Assistant and later as Associate Professor, where he pursued his interest in oral epidemiology and clinical outcomes research. He was appointed Professor of Oral Surgery at the University of Birmingham in 2007. Thomas has led on a number of clinical studies evaluating the clinical performance of the Benex® system and has published widely on the topic of this seminar.
Doctor Phil Tomson
BDS, PhD, MFDS RCS(Ed) RCS(Eng), FDS (Rest Dent) RCS(Ed)
- Head of Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics
- Senior Clinical Lecturer and Honorary Consultant in Restorative Dentistry
- School of Dentistry – University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK
Phil Tomson is a Senior Clinical Lecturer / Honorary Consultant in Restorative Dentistry and Head of Conservative Dentistry & Endodontics at University of Birmingham School of Dentistry. Following full higher speciality clinical training across all disciplines in Restorative Dentistry he received his inter-collegiate fellowship in 2011 and holds specialist registration with the GDC in Endodontics, Restorative Dentistry, Periodontics and Prosthodontics. He is joint service lead for Endodontics with Birmingham Community Healthcare Foundation Trust and committed to delivering this highest quality of treatment standards for his patients.
Phil completed a PhD in 2013 with research focused on regeneration of the dentine-pulp complex in which he won the Wladimir Adlivankine ESE research prize and was one of the first recipients of the FDS research fellowships from RCS Eng. His current research interests lie in tissue regeneration and engineering of the dental pulp, therapeutic methods in irrigating the root canal system and novel methods of assessing root canal disinfection. He currently supervises several PhD and Master’s research students, has numerous articles in peer-reviewed international journals and is sits on the editorial board of the International Endodontic Journal. He leads postgraduate and undergraduate teaching/training programmes in Endodontics at Birmingham Hospital & School and lectures nationally / internationally on subjects related to the clinical management of pulpal and periradicular disease and his research.
|TBA||Arrival and refreshments|
|TBA||Welcome and introduction|
|TBA||A review of conventional extraction techniques and complications
- basic technique and instrumentation for different teeth and clinical situations
- considering the tissues involved
- tips & tricks to avoid common complications and their management
|TBA||Introduction to minimally invasive extraction with Benex® – principles of vertical extraction – Benex® system components and their application|
|TBA||Hands-on exercise with Benex® (models)|
|TBA||Outcomes of vertical extractions
- clinical evidence and clinical experience
- common and not so common complications and how to avoid them
– the coronally compromised tooth: restorative principles
– principles of periodontal healing following extrusion
– indications/contraindications for extrusion vs. alternative methods
- surgical aspects and restorative considerations
- outcomes: clinical evidence and experience
|TBA||Refreshments / Networking|