3D Surgery - Saturday
Periodontal, endodontic and restorative surgical procedures using groundbreaking 3D presentation technology. 3D glasses will be provided.
Surgical techniques for managing root coverage have progressed rapidly in the last decade. This presentation will showcase the clinical procedures involved in surgery for localised gingival recession. The indications, techniques and instruments will be discussed in detail together with high quality video in 3D.
Aims and Objectives
1) To look at a tunnel procedure for root surface coverage
2) Use of tunnelling instruments
3) Demonstration of connective tissue harvesting from the palate
4) Use of acellular dermal matrix allograft as an alternative to connective tissue
5) Consideration of suturing techniques
Paul Baker qualified in 1992 from Kings College School of Medicine and Dentistry. He spent two years working in hospital oral and maxillofacial surgery followed by a short stint working in general dental practice. In 1996 he started an MSc in periodontology at Guys Hospital. In 1998 he continued with a Master of Clinical Dentistry degree at Kings College London, which he passed with distinction. He was one of the first dentists to finish a specialist training pathway recognised by the General Dental Council in 2000.
Since 2000 he has worked in specialist practice, limited to the treatment of periodontal disease and implant surgery. He has taught at all levels within dentistry, from teaching undergraduates at Guys hospital to specialist level courses on mucogingival and periodontal plastic surgical techniques for the British Society of Periodontology. He started his training in implant dentistry in 1994, and has been involved in teaching implant dentistry since 2003.
Aim - The aim of the lecture is discuss the contemporary approach to endodontic microsurgery, by illustration of a 3D case study.
Objectives - Objectives for the lecture:
1. To consider the concept of endodontic disease as the foundation of the traditional ‘apicectomy’.
2. To discuss modern microsurgical techniques in flap management.
3. To update on the use of ultrasonics and bioceramic materials for retrograde canal preparation and sealing.
4. To examine the role of microsurgery in endodontic practice and outcomes of this treatment modality.
Learning Outcomes - By the end of this lecture you will be able to:
1. Understand the disease process associated with endodontic treatment failure.
2. Understand the correct surgical management of endodontically-afflicted supporting tissues.
3. Consider appropriate indications for endodontic microsurgery as a viable alternative to extraction.
Sanjeev Bhanderi qualified in 1993 from Guys & St Thomas’ Dental School, and then worked in general practices in East London and in Cheshire.
Sanjeev completed his postgraduate training in Endodontology at the University of Manchester Dental School in 1997. He has since worked exclusively in specialist practices in Manchester, Liverpool, and London. In 2001, Sanjeev was registered onto the GDC Specialist list for Endodontics.
He has been committed to teaching the art and science of endodontics and is a well-known lecturer in the UK and teaches on numerous CE courses for general dentists. He has also lectured at major conferences in the Middle East, Asia, and in Europe.
Sanjeev is currently a Senior lecturer at University of Liverpool dental school, lecturer for the University of Manchester MSc in Endodontology, and Module lead on the FGDP(UK) Diploma in Restorative Dentistry. Until 2012, he was Course Leader for the MSc in Endodontology at the University of Central Lancashire until 2012.
He is on the British Endodontic Society council and BES representative for the European Society of Endodontology, an active member of the American Association of Endodontic, and has a particular clinical interest in endodontic microsurgery (US trained). He also works by legal instruction as a certified medico-legal witness (University of Cardiff Law School).
In 2009, Sanjeev opened his new state-of-the-art Specialist practice and teaching facility in South Manchester, Cheshire, where he also runs hands-on courses and live clinical demonstrations for visiting practitioners and postgraduate students.
Regenerating deficient bone around dental implants with 3-walled bone defects using the guided bone regeneration (GBR) principle is now an established procedure with increasingly amassing evidence supporting its predictability.
Larger defects with less than 3-walls and particularly extended edentulous sites are traditionally managed with two-stage augmentation procedures, which inevitably increases the likelihood of complications, treatment time, costs and, above all, patient morbidity.
The aims of this presentation are to discuss application of GBR in extensive bone defects, supported by clinical case examples and post-augmentation CBCT results.
Surgical technique/s to manage dehiscence and fenestration type of defects in maxillary aesthetic zone will be demonstrated in a 3-d movie.
Shakeel Shahdad is a Consultant and Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer in Restorative Dentistry at The Royal London Dental Hospital, and Barts & The London School of Medicine and Dentistry. He is the Lead for postgraduate implant training.
He is the Chairman for the Advisory Board in Implant Dentistry for the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, a Fellow of the International Team for Implantology and a Diplomate of The British Society of Oral Implantology. He is also the current Chairman of the ITI UK & Ireland Section.
He is a specialist in Restorative Dentistry, Periodontics, Prosthodontics and Endodontics.
Apart from the specialist restorative treatment, his areas of particular interest include aesthetic implant dentistry and management of complex restorative cases including functional and aesthetic rehabilitation of patients with hypodontia and toothwear. Shakeel specialises in treating patients requiring complex and advanced restorative treatment including surgical placement and restoration with dental implants.
He is active in clinical research and has secured various research grants. He is a co-author of a textbook in periodontology and implant dentistry, besides publishing in peer-reviewed journals.
He also runs a multi-specialist referral practice in the West End of London.