Periodontics for Practice
Ian Needleman & Paul Baker
in association with DENTSPLY Ltd
Tuesday 12th June 2007
Ian G. Needleman BDS MSc PhD Paul A. Baker BDS MSc MClinDent
MRDRCSEng FDSRCSEng ILTM MRDRCS(Eng) FDSRCS(Eng)
Ian is in specialist periodontal practice Paul is a specialist periodontist who
in the West End of London and is spends most of the week in specialist
Senior Lecturer and Honorary practice in the West End of London.
Consultant in Periodontology at UCL He completed his specialist training at
Eastman Dental Institute. His interests Guy’s Hospital in 2000 and continued
are in improving the outcomes of to teach in the Periodontology
treatment of patients and in getting Department, part-time for five years.
clinical research into practice. He set He is now involved in specialist
up, and is Director of the International training for the British Society of
Centre for Evidence-Based Oral Health Periodontology and lectures in
(ICEBOH), in the Unit of periodontics on the certificate course
Periodontology. He is internationally at the UCL Eastman Dental Institute,
recognised for his work in the UK, as well as tutoring and mentoring for
Europe and the USA and has provided Astra Dental Implants. Paul is an
training and consultancy for the active member of the Council of the
European Federation of British Society of Periodontology and
Periodontology, The American also sits on the SAC in Restorative
Academy of Periodontology and the Dentistry at the Royal College of
Swiss Dental Association. Surgeons.
The day is focussed on helping general dental practitioners and their teams, to develop their success in managing
patients with periodontal problems. The course will look at realistic situations and problems that arise in general
practice and discuss their causes and management.
Ian Needleman and Paul Baker have between them more than 25 years of experience in periodontal practice. Their
experience gives them a unique insight into periodontal care for patients.
8.30 am Registration / 9.00 am Start
Key Learning Objectives 5.00 pm finish
• Overcoming problems of diagnosis and prognosis
• Managing patients with poor plaque control 6.5 Hours Verifiable CPD
• Increasing the effectiveness of non-surgical therapy
• The role of teamwork in periodontics Regents College Conference Centre
• When is surgery needed? Inner Circle, Regents Park
• Which patients should be referred? London NW1 4NS
• What is the role of antibiotics and antiseptics? £195 incl VAT per dentist
• Designing a successful supportive periodontal £175 incl VAT per hygienist/therapist
Lunch will be provided