This one day workshop looks at the meaning of treatment planning in the context of patient care in relation to predicting treatment outcomes. It will use a scenario based approach and take the participant through an interactive process of how to use a step wise approach to treatment planning using the 3W principle. The session will provide tips on how to manage a complex case by using a patient centred and structured planning approach with treatment being delivered logically to achieve predictability.
At the end of the session the participant should have an understanding of:
CPD credits: 6 hours
The content and training within this course will satisfy all four GDC’s development outcomes (A, B, C and D) for verifiable CPD.
10.15am: Treatment planning – what does it mean? (Scenario)
11am: Refreshment break
11.30am: The 3W principles of Treatment Planning?
12.45pm: Group discussion
1pm: Lunch break
2pm: Scenario based discussion – Group work
3.30pm: Communicating a plan to a patient?
4.15pm: Group discussion
Course Director: Dr Ulpee R Darbar BDS, MSc, FDSRCS(Ed), FDS (Rest Dent)RCS, FHEA
Consultant in Restorative Dentistry & Director of Dental Education, Eastman Dental Hospital, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust; Honorary Senior Clinical Teacher, Eastman Dental Institute, Chair of Advisory Board in Implant Dentistry; Examiner for the Masters in Restorative Dentistry Examinations, Chair of RD-UK; Fellow of the International Team of Implantologists; Member of the European Association of Oseointegration.
Ulpee is a full time Consultant in Restorative Dentistry and is also on the specialist lists in Restorative Dentistry, Periodontology and Prosthodontics. She applies the principles of good clinical practice and focuses on the management of patients requiring complex and multidisciplinary interventions which often necessitate soft and hard tissue augmentation to achieve predictable results, and includes the management of both surgical and non-surgical procedures. Her philosophy of clinical care revolves around good clinical practice and standards of care with patients at the core of their treatment and is an expert witness for medicolegal cases. She is also extensively involved in teaching and runs successful training courses for dentists, specialists and dental care professionals focusing on treatment planning and the perio-restorative/implant interface with different implant systems providing dentists and specialists advice and guidance. She is actively involved in research having published a number of papers and has written the first book on dental implants for dental nurses. She lectures extensively in these areas both nationally and internationally and shares her first hand clinical experiences with treatment outcomes with the groups she teaches and lectures.