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CAD/CAM & Digital Dentistry Conference
Digital Orthodontics Symposium
Dental Technician International Meeting
Hands-On Courses

The Interrelation of Periodontal and Restorative Aesthetic Dentistry

11-12 May 2018
CAPP Training Institute, Dubai, UAE
Target Audience: Dentists
14 CE Credits | Est. HAAD 14 CME | Est. DHA 12 CME

Dr. Malcolm Riley, UK
Dr. Malcolm Riley, UK
Dr. Malcolm is a Specialist Periodontist. He graduated from King’s College Dental School in 1971. After several years in general practice, he undertook his specialist periodontal training at Tuft’s Dental School in Boston USA between 1979-81. He was Consultant Periodontist at Riyadh AL-Kharg Hospital in Saudi Arabia from 1993-1997. He is now a clinical lecturer at the Eastman Dental Institute in London in the Department of Continuing Education.

Malcolm’s approach to periodontics is to develop definitive treatment plans as early as possible. He has considerable experience in aesthetic and pre-prosthetic periodontal surgery and it happy to discuss cases with referring dentists. He is also experienced in both hard and soft tissue regeneration techniques. These include the treatment of intra-bony defects and the treatment of recession with Emdogain and connective tissue grafts.
Dr. Gizem Berk, Turkey
Dr. Adam Toft, UK
Dr Adam S. Toft qualified in 1995 with Honours from Sheffield University, having already gained a chemistry degree in Bangor, Wales. Since qualifying he has been interested in all aspects of dentistry, especially orthodontics, restorative and cosmetic dentistry.

Adam has completed a 2 year postgraduate orthodontic course and a 4 year placement at the Royal Hospital, Chesterfield as a clinical assistant in the Orthodontic Department. He enjoys attending postgraduate courses and has been a vocational trainer for newly-qualified dentists over a number of years.

Adam has completed a 1 year Certificate course in Restorative Dentistry in Manchester as well as a yearlong Certificate in Practical and Aesthetic Dentistry with Tipton training in the mid 2000’s

Furthermore, in order to offer his patients the very best in Aesthetic Dentistry, Adam has also recently completed an MMedSci Course at Sheffield University. He studied part–time over two years and has been learning and carrying out the very latest in adhesive and cosmetic dentistry.

He has taught as a part–time clinical tutor at Sheffield’s Charles Clifford Dental Hospital where he helped to supervise and tutor final year dental students. He is also one of the lecturers for Tipton Training where he lectures on the restorative, practical and aesthetic courses.

He is a founding committee member of the British Academy of Restorative Dentistry (BARD) and also a member of the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (BACD).

Course Description:
The Interrelation of Periodontal and Restorative Aesthetic Dentistry

An often-overlooked aspect of aesthetic restorative dentistry is the role the gingival and periodontal tissues play in achieving the optimum aesthetic result.

This course looks in detail how we can assess and treat these potential aesthetic pitfalls.

The two days will cover:
  • What is meant by the term “periodontal aesthetics”.
  • Explore how to do an aesthetic periodontal assessment
  • Discuss soft and hard tissue aesthetic integration
  • Review the options for periodontal aesthetic surgical treatment
  • Practical experience with surgical techniques to achieve optimum periodontal aesthetics

The participants will be able to:
  • Carry out a comprehensive periodontal aesthetic assessment
  • Understand the relationship between gingival contour and aesthetics
  • Be able to discuss how periodontal aesthetics will improve restorative aesthetics
  • Be able to discuss relevant surgical procedures with patients

Agenda 11 May 2018 / CAPP Training Institute, Dubai, UAE
Morning: Introduction to Periodontal-Restorative Aesthetic Interface
Aesthetic periodontal examination
Interrelation between hard and soft tissue aesthetics
How periodontal aesthetics are changed with age and extractions
Periodontal and Implant aesthetics
Afternoon: Practical treatment planning sessions - Periodontal Aesthetics

Agenda 12 May 2018 / CAPP Training Institute, Dubai, UAE
Morning: Surgical treatment of aesthetic periodontal problems (didactic)
Afternoon: Practical - hands-on surgical treatments
1. Crown-lengthening
2. Root coverage
3. Atraumatic extractions and ridge perseveration