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British Dental Conference 2014 #bda2014

Attendees at this year’s BDA British Dental Conference and Exhibition, to be held at Manchester central on April 10th to 12th, will have to opportunity of seeing Andrew Lane speak on “Occlusion and TMD – Practical Tips for Reaching a Diagnosis and Simple Treatment Modalities” at 10:15 – 11:15 am on Friday 11th April in the Exchange Auditorium.

BDA Show Guide

If you are attending the lecture it will be useful to be able to refer to the following documents:

SDS Occlusal Screening Questionnaire

SDS TMD Questionnaire

These may both be saved as pdf files to be printed out as many times as required and used in your practice.

Following the lecture it will be useful to work through the following article:

Identification and Diagnosis of Occlusal Disease

Later in the day Andrew Lane and Adrian Bennett will be presenting a practical workshop session covering facebow records, use of the leaf gauge to determine and record the first prematurity and transfer these records to a semi-adjustable articulator for diagnostic purposes and in the manufacture of stabilisation splints. If time permits there will also be a demonstration of the use of anterior midpoint stop appliances.

This workshop is limited to the first 20 applicants and takes place in Exchange Rooms 4 and 5 at 14:15 – please arrive slightly early to avoid disappointment.

Following the conference, participants will be invited to request practical guidance on the management of individual patients providing the preliminary protocols outlined above have been completed. Dentists should send appropriate photographs and radiographs of the clinical situation, the completed TMD Questionnaire and photographs mounted study casts demonstrating the first prematurity contact.

If you wish to take advantage of this FREE service please make initial contact using the following form:

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