British Dental Conference and Dentistry Show

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The countdown has begun, British Dental Conference and Dentistry Show 18-19 May

The British Dental Conference and Dentistry Show 2018 is set to deliver two days packed full of first-class education, verifiable CPD, extensive networking and product discovery. 

As part of the new collaboration between the British Dental Association (BDA) and CloserStill Media, the event will present an exceptional line-up of speakers at the BDA Theatre, who will share their top tips on managing challenging issues in primary care.

Among the headline speakers will be Didier Dietschi, a senior lecturer at the University of Geneva, private practitioner, and renowned internationally for his experience and expertise. In the BDA Theatre, he will discuss the interceptive treatment of tooth wear using no-prep or minimally invasive techniques, and also how free-hand bonding can be used effectively in complex clinical situations.

Expert in paediatric dentistry, Siobhan Barry (University of Manchester) will highlight behaviour management techniques to facilitate the examination and treatment of the child patient, while consultant oral and maxillofacial surgeon, Mark Singh, will advise general dental practitioners (GDPs) on how to follow up the care of patients after they have been treated for oral cancer.

Koray Feran (clinical director of the London Centre for Implant and Aesthetic Dentistry) will share his thoughts on how to look after patients, who present with implants they have been placed elsewhere. He will discuss the current types of dental implants and the attention and remedial work these require over time.

Charlotte Stilwell, specialist prosthodontist, will highlight the dental challenges presented by older patients and strategies to deliver them effective dental care.

Dr Stilwell will be one of many world-class speakers in the BDA Theatre, which will also host Richard Porter (consultant in restorative and implant dentistry, St George’s Hospital London); Niek Opdam (associate professor, Netherlands), Claire Field (consultant and specialist in restorative dentistry, University of Sheffield); Tidu Mankoo (GDP, Windsor), Bhupinder Dawett (GDP and Doctorial Research Fellow, University of Sheffield); and Arshad Ali (clinical director of Scottish Centre for Excellence in Dentistry).

All visitors have free access to the BDA Theatre, with BDA members getting priority access.

For more information, call the BDA media team on 020 7563 4145/6, CloserStill on 020 7348 5270, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.