The 1st Joint UK Restorative Dentistry & Prosthodontic Conference

14 January, 2020 / infocus

Aesculap Academia is pleased to announce a collaboration between the BSRD, BSSPD, RD-UK and SRRDG. This will be the 1st Joint UK Restorative Dentistry & Prosthodontic Conference. The theme of the conference, which is to be held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Glasgow on 25th – 27th March, is ‘Better Patient Care through Collaboration’.

Day 1 is focussed on treatment of patients with cleft lip and palate, providing perspectives on team-based care by surgeons, restorative dentistry consultants and a clinical psychologist.

Day 2 will cover updates on the latest developments in head and neck cancer treatment with input from leading oncologists and surgeons including discussion of a digital, team-based approach to implant rehabilitation.

Day 3 will cover tooth wear. The day will explore how patient care pathways can be improved by working together with psychiatrists, gastroenterologists, general dental practitioners and restorative specialists.

The speakers include experts within these fields and along with Peter Brennan, Consultant OMFS, who will cover ‘Human factors in a clinical practice – Staying safe and avoiding burnout’ – a highly relevant topic today.

There will be a panel-based discussion of clinical tooth wear cases with audience participation. In addition, discussion of barriers to optimal care for these patients both in hospital and general practice will take place. The aim will be to improve understanding of the challenges faced in both settings and to explore options to overcome these. There will also be discussion around managed clinical networks and new models of care. The tooth wear day is aimed at specialists, GDPs, specialist registrars, VTs and DCTs.

Aesculap Academia invites all to attend this exciting joint conference! For more information regarding the programme, drinks reception at the City Chambers, and gala dinner at Òran Mór please visit the website –

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