Continuing Professional Development events

The University of Sheffield’s School of Clinical Dentistry is one of the best dental schools in the UK, and is now offering its training online and hands-on through Dental Additions.

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Dental Additions CPD evening lectures 2023-24

Venue: Sheffield Dental School Lecture Theatre

Registration: 6.00 - 6.30pm (Limited refreshments available on a first come first served basis)

Lecture: 6.30 - 7.30pm

Organiser: Mr Mat Pring

19/10/2023 - Immediate Dentures

Speaker: Mr Mark Bishop

Aims and objectives: To discuss the techniques of immediate denture provision with troubleshooting.

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16/11/2023 - Rights from the start: what do children's rights have to do with clinical dentistry?

Speaker: Mrs Jenny Harris BDS,MSc, FDSRCS, FDS (Paed Dent)

Aims: To explore how dental professionals can help uphold children's rights. Including recommended topics: legal and ethical and safeguarding children and young people

Objectives: To provide an overview of children's rights in relation to clinical dentistry. Using case examples, to consider the right to the best dental care possible, the right to information and the right to protection from harm. To focus on children with disabilities, who have a right to extra help and special care.

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29/02/2024 - CBCT imaging in dentistry

Speaker: Dr David Andrew

Aims and objectives: To consider the regulation and use of CBCT images in dentistry

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18/04/2024 - Loupes and ergonomics

Speaker: Dr Callum Connick

Aims: Overview of ideal posture and use of loupes for dentists

Objectives: Understand ergonomic aids, the benefits of loupes, the anatomy of loupes, the physiology of loupes and the role of loupe lights

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15/05/2024 - Nutritional influences in chronic inflammation - implications in the management of periodontal disease

Speaker: Juliette Reeves

Aims: To equip the dental professional with the required knowledge and understanding of nutrition relative to chronic inflammation and its application to periodontal disease.

Objectives: Describe the known systemic health associations with periodontal disease.  Explain the role of nutrition relative to chronic inflammation. Assess and review the dietary factors implicated in chronic inflammation. Implement a supportive nutritional approach to the treatment of periodontal disease.

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