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Cracked Tooth Pandemic (The) - CAM220124 
22 January 2024 

Information:

Speaker: Dipti Mehta

Credentials: BDS MFDS RCS(Eng) MClinDent (Endo) MRD RCS(Eng)
Job Title: Specialist in Endodontics/Clinical Teacher in Endodontics
 
Dipti is a Specialist Endodontist who currently divides her time between private referral practice in Buckinghamshire and NW London, and teaching and King's College, London.  She completed her specialist training in Endodontics at the UCL Eastman Dental Institute in 2015 to Distinction level, being awarded the Dentsply Maillefer Award for Endodontology. 


As a keen educator, Dipti has taught endodontics to undergraduates, postgraduates, general dental practitioners and fellow specialists.  Her research interests include the clinical outcome of endodontic surgery, for which she was awarded a National prize from the British Endodontic Society.  She has contributed to the recent Royal College of Surgeons (England) Guidelines on Surgical Endodontics and recently updated the GDC Endodontic Specialty Training Curriculum as part of a working group for the RCS Restorative SAC.


Dipti is the Honorary Secretary of the British Endodontic Society Council, Co-Lead of the BES Early Career Group and Past-Chair of The Langham Endodontic Study Group.

 

Course name: The Cracked Tooth Pandemic

Date/Time: Monday, 22nd January 2024 @ 9.30am - 1.30pm

Course Fees:  Dentists: £25 Other: £10

 

If you have any queries, please contact Janice Phillips via email: jpp51@medschl.cam.ac.uk or Tel. 01223 348884

 

 



Aims:

Demistifying the management of teeth with cracks.

 

Course objectives 

Classification of cracked teeth:  How to diagnose cracks

Managing cracked tooth syndrome

Understanding when endodontic treatment is indicated and how to deliver this

 

 


Learning outcomes:

Following the course you will be able to

Be able to diagnose and manage cracked teeth

Understand when to treat and when to extract them

Appreciate the prognosis of cracked teeth and how to communicate this to your patients

 

 

GDC Development outcomes:  C


Information:

Speaker: Dipti Mehta

Credentials: BDS MFDS RCS(Eng) MClinDent (Endo) MRD RCS(Eng)
Job Title: Specialist in Endodontics/Clinical Teacher in Endodontics
 
Dipti is a Specialist Endodontist who currently divides her time between private referral practice in Buckinghamshire and NW London, and teaching and King's College, London.  She completed her specialist training in Endodontics at the UCL Eastman Dental Institute in 2015 to Distinction level, being awarded the Dentsply Maillefer Award for Endodontology. 


As a keen educator, Dipti has taught endodontics to undergraduates, postgraduates, general dental practitioners and fellow specialists.  Her research interests include the clinical outcome of endodontic surgery, for which she was awarded a National prize from the British Endodontic Society.  She has contributed to the recent Royal College of Surgeons (England) Guidelines on Surgical Endodontics and recently updated the GDC Endodontic Specialty Training Curriculum as part of a working group for the RCS Restorative SAC.


Dipti is the Honorary Secretary of the British Endodontic Society Council, Co-Lead of the BES Early Career Group and Past-Chair of The Langham Endodontic Study Group.

 

Course name: The Cracked Tooth Pandemic

Date/Time: Monday, 22nd January 2024 @ 9.30am - 1.30pm

Course Fees:  Dentists: £25 Other: £10

 

If you have any queries, please contact Janice Phillips via email: jpp51@medschl.cam.ac.uk or Tel. 01223 348884

 

 


CPD:
4 hour(s)

Total Places:
25

Available Places:
14 Places Available

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22 Jan 24 09:30 AM 01:30 PM Addenbrooke's The Deakin Centre The Deakin Centre, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Hills Road, Cambridge Link
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