Lecture Series providing continuing professional development training for dental professionals provided by our dental experts
Mr Simon Atkins, Senior Clinical Lecturer and Consultant Oral Surgeon, will be delivering the next lecture entitled 'Management of trigeminal nerve injuries', on Thursday 18th May at 6.30pm, at the School of Clinical Dentistry, as part of the Dental Additions CPD lecture series. This lecture will review the prevalence and aetiology of trigeminal nerve injury, highlight risk reduction and consent issues, and discuss both primary and secondary care evidence based assessment, and the management of trigeminal nerve injuries.
All lectures take place in the Lecture Theatre at the School of Clinical Dentistry, Claremont Crescent, Sheffield and are free to attend.
Online registration can be found at http://bit.ly/2qmVosD.
Mr Simon Atkins is an expert in the surgical management of trigeminal nerve injuries. Injury to the lingual and inferior alveolar nerves often results in numbness of the tongue and lower lip, and/or painful dysaesthesia. As a result of this many patients are left with debilitating sensory deficits, which can cause difficulty with speech and mastication. Mr Atkins provides the major clinical input to maintain Sheffield as a leading internationally renowned specialist centre for the clinical management of patients with trigeminal nerve injuries, undertaking microsurgical repair of these damaged nerves.
- For more information relating to the management of trigeminal nerve injuries and referral of patients please see: http://bit.ly/2qM3BHO
The School of Clinical Dentistry delivers a series of evening lectures as part of its commitment to supporting dentists and dental care professionals in maintaining and updating their skills and knowledge.
- Further information relating to the CPD lecture series can be found at https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/dentalschool/cpd