Glasgow Oral Surgery Symposium

Glasgow Oral Surgery Symposium

23 April 2021

Online

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  • We are delighted to announce that the first Glasgow Oral Surgery Symposium will be delivered digitally. The programme, postponed from April 2020 has been updated to reflect the key contemporary issues in Oral Surgery and will be delivered virtually over 1 engaging and interactive day.

    For ease and convenience, the programme can be accessed live or on-demand for up to three weeks after the event, and will offer up to 6 CPDA credits.

    Management of cysts of the jaws takes place at various oral health care settings including primary, secondary, tertiary care (although this is rare). A patient journey commonly involves General Dental Practitioners, Endodontists, Dental and Maxillofacial Radiologists, Oral/OMF Surgeons, Oral and Maxillofacial Pathologists and Orthodontists to aid the developing teeth.

    For this symposium we have gathered seven specialists nationwide, who will present strategies on current management to include diagnosis, investigations, surgical advances, bone preservation and minimising complications. Lectures will cover the use of advance imaging in diagnosis, surgical planning in order to preserve the natural anatomy and to improve outcomes. The presentations will also aim to improve the understanding of the pathology amongst clinicians to choose the appropriate treatment option and subsequent follow-up.

    Aims

    The aims of this symposium are to understand the role of advanced imaging in cysts of the maxillofacial skeleton, to examine the relevance of pathogenesis in management of cysts, to appreciate the rationale behind various treatment options of cysts and to recognise the importance of patient compliance.

    Objectives

    • To be able to discuss differential diagnosis for large lesions of the maxillofacial skeleton
    • To understand the role of aetiology, pathogenesis and systemic factors in the behaviour of cysts
    • Be aware of how to prepare the patient for anticipated surgical outcome
    • To recognise available radical and conservative management strategies for cysts

    GDC Outcomes

    A, B, C & D

    Lecture content will include:

    • Radiological interpretation including the role for advanced imaging such as CBCT/CT
    • The role of decompression and enucleation with endoscopic guidance
    • Surgical management with bone preservation and damage limitation
    • The value of a pathologist’s input in surgical decision making
    • The role of endodontic management in pre and post-surgery
    • Management of keratocysts and Gorlin Goltz Syndrome
    • Guidance on how to manage devitalised teeth and potentially devitalising teeth after cystectomies

    Poster Competition

    We are delighted to welcome abstract submissions for our digital poster competition.

    Poster submissions should be themed around the topic:

    Management of cysts of the maxillofacial skeleton

    All successful submissions will be displayed during the event and for 3 weeks after.

    Submission deadline: 26 March 2021

    Submissions should be sent to: hanne.wylie@rcpsg.ac.uk

    Poster submission criteria can be found in the 'downloads' tab

    Please note that all successful authors will require to book a place at the symposium.

    Suitable for:

    • Dental Care Professionals
    • Dentists Outside the UK
    • Dental Foundation / Vocational / Core Trainees
    • Primary Care / General Dental Practitioners
    • Dental Specialty Trainees
    • Dental Specialists / Consultants

    Thanks to our sponsors

  • 23 April
    09:00-09:10

    Introduction and Welcome

    Andrew Edwards
    Dean, Faculty of Dental Surgery
    Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow

    23 April
    09:10-10:00

    Role of advanced imaging in cysts of the maxillofacial skeleton

    Miss Bhagyalakshmi Batchu
    Consultant in Dental and Maxillofacial Radiology & Clinical Lead
    King's College Dental Hospital

    23 April
    10:00-10:50

    Cysts of the maxillofacial skeleton: the pathologist’s perspective

    Dr Selvam Thavaraj
    Senior Lecturer/Honorary Consultant
    King’s College London/Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

    23 April
    10:50-11:00

    Morning refreshment break

    23 April
    11:00-11:55

    Surgical management of cysts of maxillofacial skeleton

    Mr Kandy Ganesan
    Consultant Oral Surgeon
    Southend University Hospitals NHS Trust
    and Hon Senior Lecturer
    University of Leeds

    23 April
    11:55-12:50

    Current evidence in the management of OKC

    Mr Rabin Pratap Singh
    Associate Edito
    British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

    23 April
    12:50-13:00

    Morning Panel Session

    All morning speakers

    23 April
    13:00-13:30

    Lunch

    Visit Posters/Sponsor displays

    23 April
    13:30-14:35

    Gorlin-Goltz Syndrome- Management

    Mr Kelvin Mizen
    Consultant OMF
    Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

    23 April
    14:35-14:45

    Afternoon refreshment break

    23 April
    14:45-15:35

    Prophylactic plating of the mandible - Evidence based opinion

    Mr Vyomesh Bhatt
    Consultant OMF
    Southend University Hospitals NHS Trust

    23 April
    15:35-16:25

    Role of endodontics in preserving teeth in cystic region

    Mr Gareth Calvert
    Consultant Restorative Dentistry
    Glasgow Dental Hospital

    23 April
    16:25-16:35

    Afternoon Panel Session

    All afternoon speakers

    23 April
    16:35-16:40

    Closing remarks

    Mr Kandy Ganesan

  • Category Product Amount
    Non-Member (Trainee / SAS Doctors) Registrations £95
    Member Registrations £85
    Non-Member (Consultant) Registrations £125
    Non-Member (DCP) Registrations £105
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Closing date: 23 April 2021



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