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1 BSPD07 MANCHESTER Creative Collaboration P R O G R A M M E Annual Scientific Meeting 9 th - nd September The Lowry, Manchester #BSPD07

2 BSPD07 WELCOME TO BSPD07 It gives us great pleasure to welcome you to the 65th Annual Scientific Conference of the British Society of Paediatric Dentistry. Our 07 logo incorporates a bee which is a nod to our city s industrious past. Indeed, the bee is also incorporated into Manchester s coat of arms, our University crest, the floor of our Town Hall and even on our rubbish bins! The honey bee is also a perfect example of a society which works collaboratively to achieve a collective goal, and we hope that this, along with our Conference theme of Creative Collaboration describes our day to day working too. Manchester has certainly been a hive of activity as we pulled together to deliver what we hope will be a Conference to remember. Our aim is to deliver a first class delegate experience - we want you to listen to inspiring speakers, eat well and sleep well. In order to cater for your body as well as your mind, we will have challenged ourselves to deliver an active social programme with a focus on wellbeing. You will have the opportunity to join us for morning runs, Tai Chi and mindfulness sessions, although we won t hold it against you if you would prefer a lie-in instead. It has been 0 years since the North-West Branch hosted the BSPD Conference. We are delighted to welcome you back to our wonderful city! Claire Stevens President Elect, BSPD Siobhan Barry Conference Chair 0 Creative Collaboration

3 PROGRAMME TUESDAY 9 th SEPTEMBER BSPD07 Teachers Branch Study Day Registration 0930 Welcome to the BSPD Teachers Branch Study Day Laura Gartshore, Chair of BSPD Teachers Branch Social Media in Dental Education, Dentistry & Across Healthcare Hexagon Room Hexagon Room 0945 Using the Power of social media to improve health care Caroline Kenyon, Director of Communications and Engagement, Innovation Agency, Academic Health Science Network North West Coast. How to use social media to improve and share knowledge. How to build a professional profile and become a key influencer 3. How to engage patients and staff through social media 030 The use of a mobile app to motivate evidence-based oral hygiene behaviour Ben Underwood, GDP and Brush DJ app developer. Describe the use of apps in healthcare. Discuss the use of digital media by children and parents 3. Identify the barriers and enablers to innovation in dentistry 00-5 Break Hexagon Foyer 5 Dental professionalism in the digital age Dr Patricia Neville, Lecturer in Social Sciences, University of Bristol. To define professionalism and e-professionalism. To compare the incidence of e-professionalism among dental students, dentistry & different healthcare professional groups 3. To determine the challenges, obstacles and barriers that online activities pose to professionalism, as well as an appreciation for how online activities can also add to professionalism 4. To identify potential barriers/obstacles/facilitators in the teaching of professionalism from the perspective of educators and patients Hexagon Room 00 The ups and downs of running an online dental blog: a how to guide Professor Kevin O Brien, Professor of Orthodontics, University of Manchester and developer of kevinobrienorthoblog.com. Potential pitfalls of running a blog, and how to avoid them. Managing your professional identity online 3. How to blog Lunch Hexagon Foyer Innovations in Dental Education Hexagon Room 330 Keeping up with the times Professor Callum Youngson, Head of School of Dentistry & Institute of Clinical Sciences, University of Liverpool and Chair of the Dental Schools Council. How are clinical academics feeling?. Sharing best practice in dental education 3. Dental education: what does the future hold? Creative Collaboration 03

4 PROGRAMME TUESDAY 9 th SEPTEMBER BSPD The Peninsula Model & Experience of Dental Education Dr Cathy Coelho, Associate Professor, Senior Lecturer in Clinical Dental Education, Peninsula Dental School. How and why we deliver the Peninsula dental curriculum the way we do. Student engagement in their learning 3. Supporting struggling students at Peninsula 45 Developing and establishing appropriate clinical capability in the dental team: thoughts over curricular design Professor Luke Dawson, Professor of Dental Education, University of Liverpool. Explore the barriers that assessment for learning approaches present to modern students, and the need to consider development alternatives. Understanding the meaning of clinical capability, why it should be established, the challenges, and how its measurement may be achieved 3. Explore thoughts around the requirements and design of a curriculum that aims to develop nurses, therapists and dentists through collaborative working while at the same time enable each discipline to expand their scope of practice 500 Break Hexagon Foyer Mind the (Soft) Gaps Hexagon Room 55 Introduction to the final session: Do You Mind the Gap? Colette Balmer, Consultant, Honorary Senior Lecturer & Associate Postgraduate Dental Dean, University of Liverpool 530 Non-Technical Skills in Undergraduate Dental Education: Results of an RCT Conducted at the University of Liverpool Sarah McKernon, Clinical Lecturer & Honorary StR in Oral Surgery, University of Liverpool. What are non-technical surgical skills in dentistry and why do they matter?. What do you know already about soft skills? 3. Results of a randomised controlled trial: can simulation improve the non-surgical technical skills of undergraduate dental students? 540 Generational Theory: Patient preferences and the impact on professional relationships in an undergraduate setting Ayisha Davies-House, Specialty Dentist in Oral Surgery, University of Liverpool. Introduce the principles of Generational Theory: how does this help us understand our relationships with students?. Discuss how generational theory might influence patient preferences for greetings in a healthcare setting & impact on the student-patient relationship 3. Report the findings of a pilot study assessing patient preferences for initial greetings in a healthcare setting 550 Concluding Comments: Why does the gap matter? Turning undergraduates into postgraduates Colette Balmer, Consultant, Honorary Senior Lecturer & Associate Postgraduate Dental Dean, University of Liverpool 600 The GDC and the Student Body: Regulations and Professionalism Matthew Hill, Executive Director, General Dental Council. Student professionalism and the GDC. Standards for Education 05 and Preparing for Practice GDC QA processes in dental education; examples of best practice for undergraduate and postgraduate education 630 Close of Study Day 645 Annual General Meeting of BSPD Teachers Branch 04 Creative Collaboration

5 Teachers Branch Study Day SPEAKERS BSPD07 Speakers Laura Gartshore Laura is the new Chair of the BSPD Teacher s Branch. Her research interests include dental trauma, dental education, and development of the specialty. Laura has been awarded a Fellowship in Paediatric Dentistry (Royal College of Surgeons of England), Membership of the Faculty of Dental Trainers (Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh) and Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy. As a Clinical Lecturer at the University of Liverpool School of Dentistry, a PhD student, and a Specialist in Paediatric Dentistry, she has been able to source some fantastic, and varied, speakers for this year s Teacher s Branch Study Day. Caroline Kenyon Caroline is Director of Communications and Engagement at the Innovation Agency, the Academic Health Science Network for the North West Coast. Ben Underwood Ben is an NHS dentist in York. He is the developer of the multi-award winning free Brush DJ app and one of the inaugural NHS Innovation Accelerator fellows. Facebook: Brush DJ YouTube: videos?view=0 Website: Dr Patricia Neville Patricia is a sociologist and Lecturer in Social Sciences at the School of Oral and Dental Sciences, University of Bristol. Since joining the School of Oral and Dental Sciences in January 04, she has applied her sociological expertise to oral health, developing new research interests in the sociology of oral health and professionalism and dental education. Caroline joined the NHS in 0 after roles in journalism, broadcasting and PR in which she developed a passion for health communications. Before joining the Innovation Agency she was Associate Director of Communications at The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust for four years, where she re-established the communications function and set up a fundraising team. This followed 0 years as a PR consultant, during which time she provided PR and marketing services for numerous NHS organisations; regeneration bodies; and businesses. She has also delivered media training and crisis PR support for organisations around the country, particularly in the NHS. Her early career was in journalism, working for regional and national press; BBC local radio in Nottingham and Lancashire; Radio 4 magazine programmes; and Border TV. She was also an interim lecturer in broadcast journalism at the University of Central Lancashire. Caroline holds a Diploma in Professional Marketing with the Chartered Institute of Creative Collaboration 05

6 Teachers Branch Study Day SpEAKERS BSPD07 Professor Kevin O Brien Dr Cathy Coelho Kevin was appointed Professor of Orthodontics at the University of Manchester in 996. He has previously held posts in the USA and was Dean of Manchester Dental School from and Associate Dean of the Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences from He was Chair of the General Dental Council He is currently the Director of the Manchester Academic Health Science Centre Clinical Trials Unit. His main research interests are clinical trials of the care of children with severe dentofacial problems. He has published over 90 scientific papers, mostly in the American Journal of Orthodontics. Committed to teaching and research, he has obtained 7m external research funding. He has given the Northcroft Memorial and Ballard Lectures for the British Orthodontic Society and has been awarded the Turpin, Dewel and Jarabak awards by the American Association of Orthodontists. He currently writes a surprisingly successful orthodontic blog ( Professor Callum Youngson Callum qualified from Dundee in 98 and took House Officer posts in Leeds and Dundee. He worked briefly in practice before returning to Leeds as a lecturer. In Leeds he became the Director of Taught Postgraduate Studies and then Head of Conservative Dentistry. He was appointed as Professor/ Head of Unit of Restorative Dentistry at the University of Liverpool in January 004 and appointed to Head of School in September 008. He was then appointed subsequently as Head of Institute of Clinical Sciences (Dentistry, Health Sciences & Medicine) in Liverpool in August 06. He has been the previous Chair of the Association of Consultants and Specialists in Restorative Dentistry and was Chair of Dental Schools Council from Clinical interests are mainly fixed prosthodontics and diagnosis of complex oro-facial pain. Cathy is an Associate Professor/ Senior Lecturer in Clinical Dental Education and Year 4 Lead (the penultimate year) at Plymouth University Peninsula School of Dentistry. She is chair of the PUPSMD Faculty Cultural, Diversity and Inclusion Committee and the Module Lead for the Clinical Audit module. She also takes lead responsibility for Enquiry-based learning, Academic Remediation and Widening Participation in the Dental School. She has a Masters in Clinical Dental Education, which investigated patient and students perceptions on giving feedback on the communication skills of dental students and was awarded an Award for Teaching Excellence from The Association for Dental Education in Europe (ADEE) in 06. Professor Luke Dawson Professor Luke Dawson is currently the Director of Undergraduate Education at the University of Liverpool School of Dentistry. He has been a clinical educator since 996 and has taught undergraduate oral surgery and oral medicine. He was made a National Teaching Fellow in 0 and in the same year received a Fellowship from the Royal College of Surgeons of England, by election, for services to dental education. His research interest is in how early stage clinicians develop expertise and how this can be enhanced through the development of innovative technologysupported designs for continuous professional development. A bi-product of this interest was the development of LIFTUPP, in conjunction with Ben Mason, Colette Balmer and Phil Jimmieson. LIFTUPP is a technology-supported learning design that operationalises the development and measurement of professional competence and is now used by several of the UK dental Schools. Outside of education, his research interests also include the causes of glandular hypofunction that underlie Sjögren s Syndrome. Colette Balmer Colette qualified in Microbiology and then Dentistry in Leeds. She followed a career in oral surgery and is currently a Consultant/ Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer in Oral Surgery at Liverpool University Dental Hospital. She has a major interest in teaching and training and has developed and delivered lectures and courses for Dental Undergraduates; Dental Care Professionals; GDPs and Dental 06 Creative Collaboration

7 Teachers Branch Study Day SpEAKERS BSPD07 Postgraduates including DCTs and StRs. She is one of the four original inventors of LIFTUPP. Her recent national roles have included British Association of Oral Surgeons Council; Advisory Board for Foundation Training in Dentistry; Advisory Board for Specialty Training; The Oral Surgery pathways development group; The Oral Surgery pathways implementation group and the commissioning guides production group. She is an examiner for the MFDS and M.Oral Surgery RCS examinations and the external examiner for the D.Ch.Dent Oral Surgery programme in Dublin. She sits on the SAB in Edinburgh; The Irish Specialty Advisory Board and is currently the Chair of the Oral surgery SAC. Sarah McKernon Sarah qualified from the University of Liverpool School of Dentistry in 0. Following several years as a Senior House Officer and award of Membership to the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, she returned to the University in 04 to commence her current role as a Clinical Lecturer and Honorary Specialty Trainee in Oral Surgery. She has since received Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy. Sarah will present the results of a randomised controlled trial that she conducted in 06, entitled Non-Technical Skills in Undergraduate Dental Education. This work is the first of its kind in dental education. Non-technical skills are highly relevant to undergraduate and postgraduate dental education and to Paediatric Dentists. Sarah will share her experience of introducing non-technical skills to the curriculum, with some suggestions to take home to your own units during this interactive session. Sarah has presented this work widely, and most recently at the International Association of Dental Research in San Francisco, where it was well received. Sarah s interest in non-technical skills stems from her interests in patient safety and dental education. She enjoys travel and has recently completed a voluntary placement at a refugee camp in Greece, followed by a 3 month secondment to Australia, Singapore and Cambodia, delivering oral and maxillofacial surgery to diverse populations. Sarah is Trainee Representative for the British Association of Oral Surgeons (BAOS), Treasurer for the 07 Conference of the Association of British Academic Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (ABAOMS), a board member of the Khmer Foundation for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and Liverpool Representative for the British Dental Associations Central Committee for Dental Academic Services (CCDAS). Ayisha Davies-House Ayisha Davies-House graduated with a Bachelor in Dental Surgery (BDS) from the University of Bristol in 0. Following several years of dental core training in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and Oral Surgery she was awarded Membership of the Joint Dental Faculties by the Royal College of Surgeons of England and undertook a year working in the private dental sector in Perth, Western Australia. During her time working at Liverpool University Dental Hospital she developed an interest in teaching, completing a Postgraduate Certificate in Dental Education and achieved Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy. She was recently appointed as a Specialty Registrar in Oral Surgery and is a regional representative for the British Association of Oral Surgeons. Ayisha will be presenting her findings from a pilot study undertaken in 06 regarding patient preferences for greetings in a healthcare setting and will discuss the generational theory and its impact on student-patient and student-teacher interactions. This research was recently presented at the International Association of Dental Research in San Francisco and has been published in the British Dental Journal where it was highlighted as being an important aspect of building relationships in healthcare. Matthew Hill Matthew is Executive Director, Strategy at the General Dental Council. Matthew s knowledge of regulatory policy has been gained through a number of senior roles across a wide range of fields. These include food safety, alcohol and broadcasting, with Matthew having held director positions in both research and intelligence. Prior to joining the GDC, Matthew was director of regulatory risk at the Gambling Commission, where he applied learning from major regulatory cases to improve protection for consumers, children and vulnerable adults. Within the GDC, his role as Director of Strategy includes the development and implementation of strategy, policy and communications. She looks forward to meeting some new faces at the study day in the name of Creative Collaboration. Creative Collaboration 07

8 Programme BSPD07 Wednesday 0 th September 0830 Registration Pier 8 Foyer 0900 Welcome and Introductory Remarks Siobhan Barry, Conference Chair Chairs: Siobhan Barry & Sarah-Jane Snape Compass Room 095 Working together to keep it simple - complex problems in complex children Professor Kevin O Brien, Consultant Orthodontist and Director of the Healing Foundation, Manchester 0945 Caries Experience in preschool children - the Northern Alliance Collaboration Dr Sondos Albadri & Yang See Chau, University of Liverpool 05 Creative approaches to reducing Early Childhood Caries and the ensuing burden of sedation and GA for high caries risk children Professor Marie Therese Hosey, Kings College London 045 Panel discussion 00 Break and poster viewing Quays Bar & Pier 8 Room 30 Challenges in multidisciplinary management of children and adolescents with cleft disorders - the paediatric dental perspective Chairs: Siobhan Barry & Sarah-Jane Snape Compass Room UK cleft care, 07 Mechelle Collard, South Wales Cleft Team Making cleft data meaningful Jackie Smallridge, East of England Cleft Network Cleft, caries and deprivation Victoria Clark, West Midlands Cleft Team Future challenges for dental care of the cleft population Joanna May, North West North Wales Cleft Network 30 Lunch Quays Bar MYOBRACE. Paediatric care for the future: the MRC approach to the diagnosis, treatment and clinical management of malocclusion Niels van der Valk, Training Consultant UK/Ireland/The Netherlands, MyoFunctional Research Co A simple solution to replace Amalgam. Wayne John, COLTENE Product Specialist Compass Room Compass Room 08 Creative Collaboration

9 Programme BSPD Research Prize R The sustainability of supervised toothbrushing in early years settings, Mersey Nathalie Gallichan, Public Health England, Cheshire and Merseyside R What do adolescents from an area of high deprivation perceive as barriers to dental care? Niamh Grant, University of Liverpool Dental School R3 Child oral health-related quality of life prior to treatment under general anaesthetic Rebecca Knapp, School of Clinical Dentistry, University of Sheffield R4 Prevention in a Dental General Anaesthetic Care Pathway a Qualitative Needs Assessment Nora O Murchu, Glasgow Dental Hospital and School, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde R5 Barriers and facilitators to delivering oral health advice for children in practice Jenny Owen, School of Dentistry, University of Leeds Compass Room 500 Break and poster viewing Quays Bar & Pier 8 Room 530 Clinical Case Prize Presentations Chair: Michelle Moffat Compass Room C Management of a patient with a phenotype of Tricho-Dento-Osseous syndrome Lucy Rachel Brown, City Health Care Partnership, Hull C Multidisciplinary management of a permanent central incisor tooth of hopeless prognosis Sarah Griffiths, Paediatric Dental Department, University Dental Hospital Manchester, Manchester C3 The Management of an Unusual Dental Finding in Klippel Trénaunay Syndrome Linda Jennett, Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children, RVH, Belfast C4 Gorlin Goltz and the Multidisciplinary Team: A Case Report Hazel Reid, Aberdeen Dental Hospital and School C5 Multidisciplinary Management of a Child with Ectodermal Dysplasia and Growth Hormone Deficiency Sarah Jane Snape, Royal Manchester Children s Hospital, Manchester C6 Complications Resulting from the Dental Care of a Patient with Glanzmann s Thrombasthenia Chloe Thakrar, Charles Clifford Dental Hospital, Sheffield 930 Angel of the North Quiz at On The 7th Creative Collaboration 09

10 Programme THURSDAY BSPD07 Thursday st September 075 Wellbeing Programme - Tai Chi Lesson (Meet in the Holiday Inn MediaCityUK lobby 7am) 0745 Academic Breakfast Hexagon Room 0830 Registration Pier 8 Foyer 0900 Welcome and introductory remarks Chairs: Kay Hood and Ciara Feeney Compass Room 0905 Advances in the diagnosis and management of metabolic bone disease and bisphosphonate use in children and adolescents Professor Zulf Mughal, Consultant in Paediatric Bone Disorders and Honorary Senior Lecturer, Manchester Medical School, Lead of the Paediatric Metabolic Bone Disease Service, RMCH 0935 Inherited paediatric metabolic disorders - multidisciplinary management of multisystem disease Dr Simon Jones, Consultant in Inherited Metabolic Disease, RMCH 005 Paediatric primary immune disorders, relevant to oral health Dr Stephen Hughes, Consultant Paediatric Immunologist, North West Regional Paediatric Immunodificiency Unit, RMCH 030 Panel discussion 045 Break and poster viewing Quays Bar & Pier 8 Room 0 Raising Voices supporting families with Inherited Metabolic Disorders (Climb) Joanne Taylor, Head of Marketing and Fundraising, Climb (Children Living with Inherited Metabolic Disorders) 50 Creative approaches to achieving healthier lifestyles and the cross-overs with oral health messages; the integration of oral health and general health Sarah Vince-Cain, Clinical Programme Manager for the Reducing Childhood Obesity in Manchester Programme, Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 0 Panel discussion Compass Room 30 Lunch Quays Bar Advanced Esthetics in Paediatric Dentistry Zirconia Kinder Krowns Brandon Richards, Director of Client Services at Kinder Krowns A simple solution to replace Amalgam. Wayne John, COLTENE Product Specialist Compass Room Compass Room 0 Creative Collaboration

11 Programme BSPD Clinical Governance Prize Chairs: Lucy McLean & Joanna May CG Was Not Brought: evaluation of a new missed appointment pathway for children Jennifer Kirby, Future Leaders Programme, Health Education England, Yorkshire and the Humber CG An audit evaluating analgesic prescription for paediatric dental extractions under general anaesthetic Sophie Marshall, East Surrey Hospital, Redhill, Surrey CG3 Utilisation of General Anaesthetic Slots for Paediatric Dental extractions A service Evaluation Veryan Pettigrew, Barts and the London Dental Institute, Barts Health NHS Trust, London CG4 Oral findings from medical examinations undertaken due to child protection concerns Lucy Ridsdale, Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, Birmingham CG5 Repeat Dental General Anaesthetic in Families: A Service Evaluation Hadeea Taylor, Guy s and St Thomas Hospital, London CG6 An audit of safeguarding related record-keeping Thaarani Vijayakumar, Department of Paediatric Dentistry, Guy s & St. Thomas Hospitals NHS Trust Poster Prize Chairs: Anjali Kandiah & Carly Dixon PP Case Report: Diffuse large B-cell Lymphoma with oral manifestations Rubya Adamji, Department of Paediatric Dentistry, Eastman Dental Hospital, London PP An atypical presentation of bilateral dentigerous cysts detected through periodontal screening. Francesca Capaldi, Longitudinal Dental Foundation Trainee, Edinburgh Dental Institute PP3 A suspicious solitary ulcer in a 3 year old patient Jessica Large, Bradford Teaching Hospitals, Bradford PP4 How is our communication to our referrers? Meeral Makwana, Birmingham Dental Hospital (BDH), Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust PP5 The use of ibooks and peer assisted learning for undergraduate paediatric dentistry Clement Seeballuck, Dundee Dental School and Hospital PP6 Presentations of Sturge-Weber syndrome in the paediatric dental patient Mary-Frances Skene, Glasgow Dental Hospital and School, Glasgow Compass Room Compass Room 545 Break Quays Bar 65 AGM Compass Room 930 Conference Dinner at Imperial War Museum North Creative Collaboration

12 BSPD07 Friday nd September 075 Wellbeing Programme - 5K Run (Meet outside the Holiday Inn Manchester - MediaCityUK) 0830 Registration Pier 8 Foyer 0900 Welcome and introductory remarks Chairs: Claire Stevens and Hannah Walsh 0905 Winning BSPD s Outstanding Innovation Award: What it means to Teeth Team Ingrid Perry, Practice Manager, {my}dentist, Bridlingon Compass Room 090 Creating improvements in Paediatric Oral Health Margie Taylor, Chief Dental Officer, Scotland Colette Bridgman, Chief Dental Office, Wales Sara Hurley, Chief Dental Officer, NHS England 055 Break Quays Bar 30 The Golden Ticket - a collaboration between Primary Dental Care and Secondary Medical Care Richard Valle-Jones and Rachel Isba, North Manchester General Hospital and Lancaster University 50 Engaging hard to reach communities - BRIGHT facts and FiCTION Nicola Innes, University of Dundee 0 Panel discussion 30 BSPD 08 Launch 45 Closing Remarks 300 Lunch Quays Bar 345 Trainees Group Meeting Consultants Group Meeting Pier 8 Room Pier 8 Room Creative Collaboration

13 BSPD07 Speakers Kevin O Brien Kevin was appointed Professor of Orthodontics at the University of Manchester in 996. He has previously held posts in the USA and was Dean of Manchester Dental School from and Associate Dean of the Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences from He was Chair of the General Dental Council He is currently the Director of the Manchester Academic Health Science Centre Clinical Trials Unit. His main research interests are clinical trials of the care of children with severe dentofacial problems. He has published over 90 scientific papers, mostly in the American Journal of Orthodontics. Committed to teaching and research, he has obtained 7m external research funding. He has given the Northcroft Memorial and Ballard Lectures for the British Orthodontic Society and has been awarded the Turpin, Dewel and Jarabak awards by the American Association of Orthodontists. He currently writes a surprisingly successful orthodontic blog ( Sondos Albadri Sondos is a Reader and Honorary Consultant in Paediatric Dentistry at the University of Liverpool. Sondos qualified from Jordan University of Science and Technology in 997. Moving to the UK in 998, she completed her PhD at Queens University Belfast and then moved to England for a number of clinical posts before starting her specialists training in Paediatric Dentistry in Manchester. Sondos moved to Liverpool in 008 to complete her consultant training. Her research interest lies in investigating attitudes and behaviours in prevention and disease management, Dental Traumatology and Endodontics in young people. Outside the dental school, she has an active role in the British Society of Paediatric Dentistry as the Honorary Editor and Chair of the Conference Abstract and Prize Committee. She is the Associated Editor of the International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry and a member of the Specialists Advisory Committee. Yang See Chau Yang See joined the Liverpool Dental Hospital in 05 and currently works as a Specialist in Paediatric Dentistry. She graduated from the University of Sheffield in 006 having obtained her BSc (Honours) in Biomedical Sciences from Manchester. She completed her General Professional Training in Liverpool followed by working as a Senior House Officer in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at North Manchester Hospital and at Alder Hey Children s Hospital. She spent two weeks in Tanzania volunteering with Bridgeaid. Yang See completed her specialist training in Paediatric Dentistry at Newcastle Dental Hospital and at County Durham and Darlington Community Dental Services. Yang See is a member of The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and examiner for the MFDS. She is President Elect for the BSPD Merseyside Branch. Yang See will be starting her post CCST training in Paediatric Dentistry in the North West in September 07. Marie Therese Hosey Marie Therese is the Head of Department for Paediatric Dentistry at the Kings College Dental Institute based in Kings College Hospital, London. Graduating in Glasgow in 985, she was among the few dentists in the United Kingdom with training in administering general anaesthesia. Her Masters thesis focussed on methods of evaluating the efficacy of conscious sedation in children. Professor Hosey completed both her higher specialist training in Paediatric Dentistry and her Doctorate, which studied the effects of liver disease and transplantation on the oral tissues, in Birmingham, England. She moved to Glasgow in 998 where she was appointed as Senior Lecturer and later as Reader in Paediatric Dentistry. She is a Fellow of the Royal Collage of Surgeons of Glasgow and an examiner for the Intercollegiate Fellowship Speciality Examination in Paediatric Dentistry. She wrote the RCS (Eng) clinical guideline on paediatric conscious sedation, and is a past council member of the Association of Dental Anaesthetists and the Dental Sedation Teachers Group. She has co-authored Creative Collaboration 3

14 SPEAKERS BSPD07 three dental textbooks and one medical textbook and is editor of four. She has an interest in 3D imaging, particularly in relation to infants with cleft lip and palate. She has an international reputation for her research into the management of anxious children and for her expertise in the management of child patients with liver transplants. Mechelle Collard Mechelle qualified from Cardiff University as a dentist in 993. Following vocational training and SHO posts in maxillofacial surgery, orthodontics, special care dentistry and paediatric dentistry, she returned to Wales to carry out specialist training in paediatric dentistry at University Dental Hospital, Cardiff. Mechelle gained an MPhil in 00 and an intercollegiate fellowship in paediatric dentistry in 003. Following a locum consultant post at the Eastman Dental Institute, London she was appointed as a Consultant in Paediatric Dentistry in South Wales. She is committed to postgraduate training and very involved in dental core training; as Training Programme Director for the Cardiff DCT programme, an educational supervisor and an examiner for DCT and DCT 3 at national recruitment. She is also Training Programme Director for paediatric dentistry specialist training in Wales and an examiner for the membership examinations in paediatric dentistry. Mechelle s time is split between the South Wales cleft team and the Dental Hospital, Cardiff. She is the lead paediatric dentist for the cleft team in Wales. The team have prioritised dental health for cleft children and taken a targeted, individualised preventive approach and have seen dental health improve. She is currently the chair of the paediatric dentistry clinical excellence network and is actively involved in collecting dental health data for cleft children. This data is submitted to the CRANE database at the Royal College of Surgeons, England. In 00 Mechelle will be President of the Craniofacial Society of Great Britain. Mechelle is a member of BSPD and spent several years as secretary and chairperson of her local branch. 4 Creative Collaboration Jackie Smallridge Jackie qualified from Bristol Dental School in 983, doing specialist training in Paediatric Dentistry at the Eastman Dental Hospital, Great Ormond Street and The Royal London Dental School. Her interest in dental care for children with clefts started whilst at Great Ormond Street. At this time, the first studies looking at Cleft care differences across Europe were taking place and Mike Mars work in Sri Lanka was showing that unrepaired clefts allowed normal growth. Both studies proved to be very influential in the development of Cleft care in the UK. At this time she joined The Craniofacial Society of Great Britain and Ireland (CFSGBI). During her time working at Guy s and St Thomas Hospitals in London she developed the Paediatric Dental Service for the South Thames Cleft Service and since 04 Jackie has been developing a similar service for the East of England Cleft Network based at Addenbrookes Hospital Cambridge. Victoria Clark and Jackie started the Special Interest Group, now Clinical Excellence Network for Paediatric Dentistry as part of CFSGBI and Jackie was fortunate to be the President of CFSGBI 04/05. She has been involved with the CRANE National Database for Cleft and a member of the Clinical Reference Group and Cleft Development Group, which developed the National Service Specification for Cleft Care. Jackie has taken part in the National Cleft Care UK study which has analysed how the centralisation of cleft care in the UK has influenced outcomes and worked to ensure all paediatric dentist collecting data from children across UK centres are suitably calibrated. Throughout this time she has also been working in Specialist practice in Ipswich. Victoria Clark Victoria qualified as a dentist at Leeds University in December 989. After graduating she worked as an SHO at Alderhey Children s Hospital and Great Ormond Street then went on to complete a year masters programme in Paediatric Dentistry at Leeds University between 994 to 996. During this period she joined the Ridings Branch of British Society of Paediatric Dentistry (BSPD). She carried out specialist training at Birmingham Dental and Children s Hospital gaining an Intercollegiate Fellowship in Paediatric Dentistry at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in 00. Victoria was then appointed part time consultant in Paediatric Dentistry at Birmingham Children s Hospital. This post is predominately working with the West Midlands Cleft Team caring for children with cleft lip and palate. She was involved in setting up the Special Interest Group in Cleft Paediatric Dentistry and was the first chair of this group. Victoria is actively involved in collecting dental health data for cleft children which is submitted annually to CRANE and quality dashboard. She was also involved in collecting the dental data for the CCUK study in 03. At BCH she also works with the Epidermolysis Bullosa, Metabolic

15 SPEAKERS BSPD07 disorders and Haemophilia teams providing care for these special patients. Victoria s interest in these patients has involved in audit, clinical guidelines and presentations at National and International Conferences. Victoria is an active committee member of the West Midlands branch of BSPD and attends the National Annual Conferences. She was president of the Branch in 000 and appointed President of the Society in September 009. She is committed to training paediatric dentists of the future and was Training Programme Director for Paediatric Dentistry in the West Midlands (005 05) as well as a trainer for trainees in paediatric dentistry at Birmingham Children s Hospital. Victoria was the first chair of National Recruitment in Paediatric Dentistry which was set up in 03. She has been a member of the Paediatric Dentistry Advisory Board for the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and an examiner for the M.Paed. Dent. and ISFE Examinations. She was appointed chair of the National recruitment in Paediatric Dentistry in 03 and the Chair of SAC in Paediatric Dentistry in 05. Joanna May Joanna is a Consultant in Paediatric Dentistry working with both the North West North Wales Cleft Network and in the Dental Health Unit at Royal Manchester Children s Hospital. She completed her specialist training in Birmingham and was a senior registrar at Royal Children s Hospital Melbourne for 7 months in Prior to specialist training she working in Warwickshire Special Care Dental Service and as a clinical assistant on the cleft lip and palate clinic at Birmingham Children s Hospital. She has particular interests in alternatives to GA for children, the management of medically compromised children, cleft lip and palate and pulp treatments for primary teeth. Simon Jones Simon Jones is a Consultant in Paediatric Inherited Metabolic Diseases at the Willink Unit at St Mary s Hospital in Manchester. His major research interest is therapy for lysosomal storage diseases (LSDs). He received his medical training at the Edinburgh University Medical School, with a BSc in Neurosciences. He moved to London and trained in Paediatrics at Guy s and St. Thomas Hospital, London. He has been working at the Willink Biochemical Genetics Unit in Manchester since September 005. Since 008, he has been a Consultant in Paediatric Inherited Metabolic Diseases at the Willink Unit and is now the clinical lead for the LSD service. The Willink Unit is now part of the Manchester Centre for Genomic Medicine at St Mary s Hospital. Simon has been actively involved in many phase I-IV international multicentre trials of novel therapies for LSDs. He is currently the principal investigator in a number of LSD trials and a senior lecturer at the University of Manchester. He is an author of over 00 peer-reviewed papers and 4 book chapters. When not working, he watches Liverpool Football club and spends time with his family. Stephen Hughes Stephen qualified in Edinburgh in 994, followed by postgraduate training in London, Lusaka, Zambia and Newcastle. He completed his PhD in Immunology of Severe Malnutrition in 00. Zulf Mughal Professor Zulf Mughal graduated in medicine from the University of Liverpool, UK, in 978. He received postgraduate training in Paediatrics at hospitals in Manchester, Liverpool, in the UK and in Cincinnati, USA. He was appointed a Consultant Pediatrician in 988. He is currently employed as a Consultant in Paediatric Bone Disorders at the Royal Manchester Children s Hospital. In 03, he was appointed Honorary Clinical Professor in Child Health at the University of Manchester. He has extensive experience in management of childhood bone & mineral disorders. Professor Mughal has published >50 peer reviewed scientific papers, invited reviews and book chapters. In June 05, he was awarded the prestigious Charles Slemenda Award for his outstanding contribution to Paediatric Bone Research. Joanne Taylor Head of Marketing and Fundraising, Climb (Children Living with Inherited Metabolic Disorders) Creative Collaboration 5

16 SPEAKERS BSPD07 Sarah Vince-Cain Sarah Vince-Cain is a registered dietitian and is employed by Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Since 05 she has been the Clinical Programme Manager for the Reducing Childhood Obesity in Manchester Programme. In order to understand how today s children are growing, Manchester has extended its child measuring programme beyond the remit of the National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) and is now offering visual and digital feedback to parents of all primary aged children. A growth chart is produced electronically for every child who attends a Manchester primary school. A child s growth pattern is a fundamental indicator of health and wellbeing and parents are universally interested in their child s development. Manchester has launched an innovative on-line parental feedback portal CHAMP (Children s Health and Monitoring Programme) where parents are invited to register with the on-line system and to view their child s results every year. The response from parents, schools and health professionals has been very positive and there is evidence that localised feedback is driving local change. The University of Manchester are key programme partners and a team of researchers are producing a quantitative analysis and qualitative evaluation of CHAMP. Ingrid Perry Ingrid has over 3 years experience within the dental profession and currently works for {my}dentist as a Practice Manager in Bridlington. During her career she gained national recognition, winning the Patron s Prize for Innovation in 0 from the NOHPG and locally came runner up in the Hull Women in Business, Women of Achievement Awards in both 0 & 04. Ingrid was also a finalist in the Dental Awards for Oral Health Promoter of the Year in 03. For many years Ingrid worked closely with local schools and was co-founder of the nationally recognised Teeth Team programme which won Best Child Dental Health Initiative in the DH&T Awards in 04. Teeth Team is now registered as a charity and Ingrid is the charity s Secretary and sits on its Board of Trustees. Margie Taylor Margie was appointed Chief Dental Officer for Scotland in May 007 having held posts previously in three health boards in the central belt of Scotland. Born in Edinburgh, Margie graduated in dentistry in 978 from Edinburgh University where she later returned to study Community Medicine. In 996, she completed a MBA from Heriot-Watt University. She is a Fellow in dental surgery of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, and a Fellow of the Faculty of Public Health and the Faculty of General Dental Practice (UK). Colette Bridgman Colette is Chief Dental Officer (CDO) in Wales. Originally from Belfast, Colette qualified in Manchester in 983. She has clinical experience in hospital services, general dental practice and the community dental service. She was the strategic dental lead Consultant in Dental Public Health, within Greater Manchester s devolved Health and Social Care Partnership. She has also worked within the office of the Chief Dental Officer in England, working on a number of high profile strategies. She has served as President of the British Association of the Study of Community Dentistry. Sara Hurley Sara Hurley was appointed as CDO England in July 05. Having qualified from the University of Bristol Dental School 988 she served as a clinical dentist with the Army and latterly as the Commanding Officer/Chief Executive of the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine (RCDM). Her career portfolio spans across the domains of clinical delivery, dental public health, wider healthcare policy and commissioning. As Chief Dental Officer England she holds responsibility for clinical policy and is professional adviser for oral health and dental care to Department of Health, NHS England and Health Education England. Her current focus is the development of an integrated oral health and dental care strategy. 6 Creative Collaboration

17 SPEAKERS BSPD07 Richard Valle Jones Richard qualified from Bart s and the London in 999, then spent four years in practice in London, completing vocational training and general professional training whilst also working in restorative dentistry in Bedfordshire and then in a MFDS training post in Nottingham. This was followed by various oral and maxillofacial roles. Since then Richard has worked in several community dental services focusing on special care dentistry. In 00 Richard became a specialist and went on to complete a Master of Clinical Dentistry in Fixed and Removable Prosthodontics at King s College London. Currently Richard is the Clinical Director for Dentistry at Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust, which provides a wide range of dental care services. He is also studying part time, for a Masters in healthcare leadership, through the NHS leadership academy and Universities of Birmingham and Manchester. Richard is currently a Director of Open Odonto, a Community Interest Company, involved in open source dental software technology. Richard has held various educational roles including vocational training, examinerships, teaching and assessing on post graduate programmes at Kings College London. He has been an Education and Development Board member at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. Richard is an external adviser for the Health and Parliamentary Ombudsman. Nicola Innes Nicola Innes is Professor of Paediatric Dentistry at Dundee University Dental School and teaching lead for Paediatric Dentistry and Evidence Based Practice. Nicola initially qualified as a Registered General Nurse, completed a BSc in Life Sciences then graduated with a BDS(hons) and First Class Honours intercalated degree in Cellular and Molecular Pathology. She spent seven years as a General Dental Practitioner and completed a PhD based on a randomised control trial in general practice investigating the Hall Technique, a novel method of managing dental caries in primary molar teeth. Nicola sits on several guidance development groups (SIGN and SDCEP), the Scottish Dental Practice Based Research Network steering committee, and was part of the European Cariology Curriculum Development Group. Nicola s research interests are broadly around improving patient care and outcomes in paediatric dentistry and caries management. She has published widely in these areas and is Co-Principal Investigator on two large multi-centre clinical trials: FiCTION (Filling Children s Teeth Indicated Or Not) (www. fictiontrial.org), a UK-wide primary care dental trial comparing 3 caries management strategies for children; and BRIGHT (Brushing RemInder 4 Good oral HealTh) looking at whether a school-based lesson followed by reminder text messages reduces dental caries in young people living in deprived areas. She also participates in Germany, Australia, Brazil, US and New Zealand based trials. Rachel Isba Rachel graduated from Oxford Medical School in 003 and then moved back to the North West, where she completed her house jobs before entering paediatric training. In 009 she received her PhD in medical education from the University of Manchester and in 00 left full-time paediatrics to undertake training in public health, but continuing to see paediatric patients in the Emergency Department at North Manchester General. On completion of her postgraduate training scheme in 05, she took up a post as clinically-active Consultant in Paediatric Public Health Medicine, at North Manchester General Hospital, part of The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust. In 07 Rachel became Head of Lancaster Medical School and continues her work in the NHS, imbedding public health in the Emergency Department, and with a particular focus on dental health and vaccination for children. She also has honorary appointments at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and the University of California. Creative Collaboration 7

18 Wednesday Poster Session BSPD07 Poster Sessions Poster (Non-Prize Category) P Premolar Transplantation: Unfavorable outcome or not! A. Adams & S. Albadri Liverpool Dental Hospital, LUDH, Liverpool, UK P Cystic Bony Lesion in a Down Syndrome Patient-an MDT approach M. Agel, H.L. Sanders & A. Dickenson 3 King s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, UK Derbyshire Community Health Service NHS Foundation Trust, UK 3 Derby Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK P3 Referral Pathway from the Paediatric Dentistry Department to the Eastman Education Centre: Second Cycle Audit A.J. Ahmad & I. Holroyd Eastman Dental Hospital, UCLH, London, UK P4 Compliance to Guidance for Cone Beam CT [CBCT] Examination in Paediatric Dentistry M. Al-Chihabi, V. Srinivasan & K. Horner University Dental Hospital Manchester, UK University of Manchester, UK P6 Did-Not-Attend Appointments in a Dubai postgraduate paediatric dentistry setting: An Audit. W. Al Ayyan, M. Halabi, M. Kowash & I. Hussein Hamdan Bin Mohammed College of Dental Medicine (HBMCDM), Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences (MBRU), Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE) P7 Assessment of knowledge of UAE dentists of child maltreatment, protection and safeguarding H. Alhajeri, M. Halabi, M. Kowash & I. Hussein Hamdan Bin Mohammed College of Dental Medicine, MBRU, Dubai, UAE P8 Evaluation of Adolescent Propofol Intravenous Sedation Service in Manchester Dental Hospital E. Aliakbari, C. Gardener & S. Barry Child Dental Health Department, University Dental Hospital of Manchester, Manchester, UK The Department of Paediatric Dentistry, Leeds Dental Institute, Leeds, UK P9 An Audit of Periodontal Assessment in children and adolescents W. Almutairi, A. Banihani & A. Hollis Department of Paediatric Dentistry, Leeds Dental Institute, University of Leeds, UK Department of Child Dental Health, University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust, UK P0 Audit to assess documentation of caries risk and prevention on consultation clinics A. A. Alohali, S. Sood & J. C. Mitchell Department of Paediatric Dentistry, King s College Dental Institute, King s College Hospital (KCH), London, UK P Audit on assessing outcomes of a Paediatric Dental A&E service N. Alrubaian, M. Ivanova, S. Sood & J. Mitchell Department of Paediatric Dentistry, King s College Dental Institute, King s College Hospital (KCH), London, UK P Dental management of a patient with Simplex Epidermolysis Bullosa under general anaesthesia T. W. Alwuhaib, P. Kandiah & H. Nazzal Leeds Dental Institute, University of Leeds, UK Manchester Dental Hospital, UK P3 An unusual case of giant cell granuloma P. S. Anand, A. Patel & R. K. Chawla Eastman Dental Hospital, UCLH, London, UK P4 An audit of information provided with Internal General Anaesthetic referrals D.E. Bailey, J. E. Brodison & J. Pitt Solent NHS Trust, Hampshire, UK P5 Treatment outcomes of using inhalation sedation for comprehensive dental care A. Banihani, M. Madouh & J. F Tahmassebi School of Dentistry, University of Leeds, UK P6 Keeping it Current: An Updated Method of Medical History Recording F. Barrow & G. D. Taylor Department of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Royal Cornwall Hospital, UK Children s Dental Health Department, Newcastle Dental Hospital, UK P7 Audit: Management of facial injuries sustained by dog bites in paediatric patients S. Baughan S & A. Dickenson Royal Derby Hospital, UK 8 Creative Collaboration

19 Wednesday Poster Session BSPD07 P8 Hall versus conventional crowns: A retrospective study in a UAE postgraduate setting H. Binladen, M. Halabi, M. Kowash, A. H. Khamis & I. Hussein Hamdan Bin Mohammed College of Dental Medicine (HBMCDM), Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences (MBRU), Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE) P9 Appropriate screening of periodontal disease in paediatric patients L. E. Bird, G.D. Taylor & L. A. L. Burbridge Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK Department of Child Dental Health, Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK P0 The sequel of primary trauma: management of the permanent dentition L. Bowyer, C.Harrison & S. Barry, University Dental Hospital Manchester, UK University of Manchester, UK P Success of conventional glass-ionomer cement in class II cavities in deciduous molars K.G. Butt University Dental Hospital, Heath Park, Cardiff, UK P Management of a boy with chronological hypoplasia and vitamin D deficiency S. L. Carr & S. Barry, Child Dental Health Unit, University Dental Hospital of Manchester, UK University of Manchester, UK P3 Success of surgical exposures of impacted canines a retrospective audit R. K. Chawla & P. S. Anand Eastman Dental Hospital, UCLH, London, UK P4 The use of CBCT to aid management of dental trauma L. Clarke & P. Kandiah University Dental Hospital Manchester, Manchester, UK P6 Dental service evaluation carried out on medical general anaesthetic lists L. Dakkouri, G. Abou-Ameira, S. Parekh & C. Mason Dental and Maxillofacial Department, Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, UK P7 Re-audit on Basic Periodontal Examination (BPE) documentation for paediatric patients S. Desai & C. Deery Charles Clifford Dental Hospital, Sheffield, UK P8 Theatre Time Usage in Paediatric Dental Extractions Under General Anaesthesia L. Duffy & R. Bannister Dental Core Trainee Year 3, Charles Clifford Dental Hospital, Sheffield, UK Specialist in Paediatric Dentistry, Kingswood Dental Clinic, Harrogate, UK P9 An Audit of the Management of Poor Prognosis First Molars in Children K. Durman, A. A. Gallacher, D. Waring & S. Barry, University Dental Hospital Manchester, UK University of Manchester, UK P30 Antimicrobial activity of berberine against cariogenic and opportunistic oral microorganisms A. Dziedzic, R. D. Wojtyczka & R. Kubina 3 Department of Conservative Dentistry with Endodontics, Medical University of Silesia, Katowice, Poland Department and Institute of Microbiology and Virology, School of Pharmacy with the Division of Laboratory Medicine in Sosnowiec, Medical University of Silesia, Katowice, Poland 3 Department of Pathology, School of Pharmacy with the Division of Laboratory Medicine in Sosnowiec, Medical University of Silesia, Katowice, Poland P3 The consequences of self-injurious behaviour in the developing dentition; a case series L. Ewbank, Z. Rizvi & R. J. Spencer Pinderfields General Hospital, West Yorkshire, UK P3 The Dental Experience of Children with X-Linked Hypophosphataemia (XLH): A Service Evaluation C. M. Feeney, K. Durman,, A. Field 3, C.A. Hood & S. A. Sukthankar 4 Dental Health Unit, Royal Manchester Children s Hospital, UK University Dental Hospital of Manchester, UK 3 University of Manchester Medical School, UK 4 Department of Paediatric Medicine, Royal Manchester Children s Hospital, UK P33 Audit of Paediatric Antibiotic Prescriptions in North East London Community Dentistry D. Gillway North East London Community Dental Service, London, UK P34 Tackling the grey area adherence to bleaching protocols at Birmingham Dental Hospital T. Gohil, A. Casaus, D. Sisson & C. J. Brown Children s Department, Birmingham Dental Hospital, Birmingham, UK P35 Early Presentation of Oral Submucous Fibrosis in Adolescence E. O. Goodrum & A. R. Johnson Eastman Dental Hospital, UCLH, London, UK P36 New oropharyngeal screening service for Fanconi Anaemia patients at Birmingham Children s Hospital S. Hackett & V. J. Clark Birmingham Children s Hospital, Birmingham, UK P37 Audit of paediatric patients who miss appointments in a Community Dental Service S. I. Hafeez Community Dental Service, County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust, County Durham and Darlington, UK Creative Collaboration 9

20 Wednesday Poster Session BSPD07 P38 Delivery of oral-health advice for children in general dental practice I. Haley, R. Duara, J. Owen, K. Vinall-Collier & P. Day Health Education England, Yorkshire and Humber, Leeds Dental Institute, UK P39 Oral Health in Children with Cystic Fibrosis M. Hamed & M. Collard University Hospital for Wales, Paediatric Dentistry, Cardiff, UK P40 Amelogenesis Imperfecta: The Restorative Challenge C. Harrison, P. Kandiah & S. Barry, University Dental Hospital Manchester, UK University of Manchester, UK P4 Dental Apps win the Hearts of Cardiac Teens! C. A. Hood, H. C. Walsh & C. M. Feeney Dental Health Unit, Royal Manchester Children s Hospital, UK Child Dental Health Department, University Dental Hospital Manchester, UK P4 Using a clinical audit to enhance student performance in Paediatric Dental recordkeeping J. K. Hook & S. Albadri Liverpool Dental Hospital, LUDH, Liverpool, UK P43 Service Evaluation; Length of Appointments on New Patient Clinics E. J. Hooper & C. Vernazza Newcastle Dental Hospital, Newcastle, UK P44 Service Evaluation of paediatric referrals in Newcastle Dental Hospital (Pre commissioning guidelines) K. M. Horisk, G. D. Taylor & V. Hind Newcastle Dental Hospital, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK P45 Caries risk assessment and tailored prevention: are we getting it right? S. C. Hughes & R. Nichol Paediatric Dentistry. Rotherham Foundation NHS Trust, Doncaster, UK P46 Joining the Dots: Audit of the Comprehensive Care General Anaesthetic Service J. Humphreys, K. Mahmood & S. Albadri Liverpool University Dental Hospital, Liverpool, UK P47 Utilisation of contemporary e-learning tools in postgraduate dental education in Dubai I. Hussein & S. Naser-Ud-Din Hamdan Bin Mohammed College of Dental Medicine (HBMCDM), Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences (MBRU), Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE) P48 Review of methodologies used in European 5 to 7-year-olds national dmft scores C. Ikeda & P. Shah Currently associate at Dentexcel, London. Formally MSc student University of Kent, UK Special Care Dentistry Consultant, Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust, UK P49 An unusual case of primary failure of eruption of multiple primary molars M. M. Ivanova, C. Bryant & M. Kabban Paediatric Dentistry, King s College London Dental Institute, UK P50 The Management of Myofascial Pain in Children L. Johnston, J. Blanchard, E. Ali & L. Cheng Homerton University Hospital, London, UK P5 Brackets, archwire, endodontics and emotional support: management of complex dentoalveolar trauma A. D. Jones & S. Albadri Liverpool University Dental Hospital, Liverpool, UK P5 Record Keeping: How Good Are We? A. Kalra, L. Al-Muzian & G. Wright Edinburgh Dental Institute, Edinburgh, UK P53 Evaluation of repeat general anaesthetic rate in a consultant-led paediatric dentistry service T. Kandiah & S. L. Marshall East Surrey Hospital, Redhill, Surrey, UK P54 A rare case of pemphigus vulgaris affecting a five year old girl J. A. Lawson, H Zaitoun, H. D. Rodd, S. Jurge, F. Shackley 3, M. Cork 3 & A. M. Hegarty Charles Clifford Dental Hospital, Sheffield Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Sheffield, UK School of Clinical Dentistry, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK 3 Sheffield Children s Hospital, Sheffield, UK P55 Audit of Consent Form for Paediatric Patients Undergoing Inhalation Sedation A. Lim, D. Baldwin & C. Williams Guy s & St. Thomas NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK P56 Patient access to paediatric dental general anaesthesia services in South East England A. Lyne, C. Miles-Hobbs, D. Baldwin & R. Mills 3 Guy s & St Thomas Hospitals, London, UK Bath Hospital, Bath, UK 3 Bristol University Hospital, Bristol, UK P57 Audit of adherence to SDCEP guidance in relation to preventing dental caries H. Mankelow, G. Howie & J. I. Foley Edinburgh Dental Institute, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK 0 Creative Collaboration

21 Wednesday Poster Session BSPD07 P58 Pre-operative full blood count screening prior to dental care under general anaesthesia L. Maybin, H. Ashurst, D. Craske & F. Soldani Bradford Community Dental Service, Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust, UK Bradford Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust, UK P59 Treating dental patients with autism: a multi-disciplinary strategy C. T. McCann, T. Wright & C. Campbell Department of Paediatric Dentistry, Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow, UK Play Therapy Department, Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow, UK P60 Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis in a 5-month-old. The Journey to Diagnosis and Management C. A. Thakrar, A. El-Awa, A. Jenkins, H. Rodd, G. Yesudian & S. T. McDonnell Charles Clifford Dental Hospital, Sheffield, UK Sheffield Children s Hospital, Sheffield, UK P6 Management of chronological enamel hypoplasia in a patient with complex orthodontic needs F. McDowall & R. C. Balmer North Yorkshire Community Dental Services, Harrogate and District Foundation Trust, UK P68 Do we value ourselves as a Paediatric Dental Team? E. A O Sullivan & L. R. Brown City Health Care Partnership CIC, Hull, UK P69 Infant oral health: a survey of beliefs and practices among Nigerian women O. O. Olatosi, C. L. Nzomiwu, B. N. Ezenwa & E. O. Sote Department of Child Dental Health, Faculty of Dental Sciences Department of Paediatrics, Faculty of Clinical Sciences, College of Medicine, University of Lagos, Nigeria P70 World Health Organisation (WHO) surgical checklist compliance and throat pack usage in paediatric dental general anaesthetic (Re-audit) S. Olujide & S. Dunkley Paediatric Dental Department, Eastman Dental Hospital, London, UK P86 Unusual foreign bodies in the oral cavity: Paediatric case reports Z. C. Sullivan & S. Lee Alder Hey Children s Hospital, Liverpool, UK P6 Withdrawn P63 An audit of referrals to a joint Paediatric-Orthodontic clinic N. M. Mohamedhussein, Q. A. Ulha & J. I Foley Edinburgh Dental Institute, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK P64 Bleaching young people s teeth- are patients fully informed and consented? H. Morison, MF. M. Skene, N.E. O Murchu & A. M. Cairns Glasgow Dental Hospital and School, Glasgow, UK P65 Availability of intra-oral radiographs: the effect on diagnosis and treatment planning F. Noble, R. Lees, C. T. McCann, & P. P. McLaughlin Department of Paediatric Dentistry, Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow, UK P66 Assessment of oral health knowledge and behaviour among primary school pupils C. L. Nzomiwu, O. O. Orenuga, & A. T. Onajole Department of Child Dental Health, Faculty of Dental Sciences, College of Medicine, University of Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria Department of Community health and Primary care, Faculty of Clinical Sciences, College of Medicine, University of Lagos, Nigeria P67 Bitewing radiograph justification/reporting for children receiving care under general anaesthetic: an audit K. L. O Donnell & F. Soldani Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust, Bradford, UK Creative Collaboration

22 THURSDAY Poster Session BSPD07 Poster PRIZE Sessions Poster Prize Posters PP Case Report: Diffuse large B-cell Lymphoma with oral manifestations R. A. Adamji & A. Johnson Department of Paediatric Dentistry, Eastman Dental Hospital, London, UK PP An atypical presentation of bilateral dentigerous cysts detected through periodontal screening. F. Capaldi, E. Besi & E. M. Roebuck 3 Longitudinal Dental Foundation Trainee, Edinburgh Dental Institute, UK StR in Oral Surgery, Edinburgh Dental Institute, UK 3 Consultant in Paediatric Dentistry, Edinburgh Dental Institute, UK PP3 A suspicious solitary ulcer in a 3 year old patient J. Large, J. Wareing & B. Veale Bradford Teaching Hospitals, Bradford, UK PP4 How is our communication to our referrers? M. Makwana, H. Pugh, Z. Rahman & S. J. McKaig Birmingham Dental Hospital (BDH), Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, UK PP5 The use of ibooks and peer assisted learning for undergraduate paediatric dentistry C. Seeballuck, N. Innes & S. Grosse Dundee Dental School and Hospital, UK PP6 Presentations of Sturge-Weber syndrome in the paediatric dental patient MF.M. Skene & G.L. Richardson Glasgow Dental Hospital and School, Glasgow, UK Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow, UK Dental Care Professional Prize Posters DCP Quality of Paediatric Periapical Radiographs an audit L. Bintliff, N. J. Wade & S. Barry University Dental Hospital Manchester, UK University of Manchester, UK DCP An audit to assess a nurse-led acclimatisation clinic in Paediatric Dentistry N. L. Maxwell, S. Surendran & J.I. Foley Edinburgh Dental Institute, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK DCP3 The role of dental nurses with extended duties within a children department B. Powe, E. Brown & S. Albadri Liverpool University Dental Hospital, Liverpool, UK DCP4 Novel Intervention The Children s Health and Monitoring Programme (CHAMP) C. Wall, C. Stevens, S. Barry, University Dental Hospital Manchester, Manchester, UK University of Manchester, Manchester, UK DCP5 Patient Oral Hygiene and Dietary practices: Service Evaluation J. Wrigley, R. Hester, S. Yasities, C. Harrison & S. Barry University Dental Hospital Manchester, UK University of Manchester, UK Undergraduate Prize Posters UGP Case Report: Management of an uncomplicated enamel dentine fracture on a background of dental fluorosis J. Ashraf, C. Harrison & S. Barry, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK University Dental Hospital Manchester, UK UGP Cvek Pulpotomy: A Case Report O. J. Barratt, C Harrison & S Barry, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK University Dental Hospital Manchester, UK UGP3 Dental Management of an anxious patient with neurofibromatosis type A Bibi, C Harrison, S Barry, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK University Dental Hospital Manchester, UK UGP4 The dental management of a patient with Microcephalic Osteodysplastic Primordial Dwarfism C Bunting, C Harrison & S Barry, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK University Dental Hospital Manchester, UK UGP5 Acute herpetic gingivostomatitis in a 3-year-old child P. Chana, C. Harrison, S. Barry, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK University Dental Hospital Manchester, UK UGP6 Localised CBCT to diagnose a unilateral buccal bifurcation cyst: a case study M. Dave, C. Harrison, L. Mcclean, H. Petersen, K. Horner, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK University Dental Hospital Manchester, Manchester, UK Creative Collaboration

23 THURSDAY Poster Session BSPD07 UGP7 Unusual gingival recession in a 3 year old child: A diagnostic conundrum? D. Hoad, C. Harrison, S. Barry, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK University Dental Hospital Manchester, UK UGP8 Aesthetic management of a discoloured non-vital permanent central incisor tooth J. Jackson, S. Barry, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK University Dental Hospital Manchester, UK UGP9 Disfiguring heamangioma of the lower lip a management conundrum C. Sandler, C. Harrison & S. Barry, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK University Dental Hospital Manchester, UK UGP0 Dens Invaginatus: to CT or not to CT that is the question N. Weir & S.Barry University of Manchester, Manchester, UK UGP A case of post-operative trauma following local anesthesia E. Y. Yonis School of Dentistry, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK UGP The attending adult: do they have parental responsibility for the paediatric patient? K. Gohel-Andrews, M. Chaudhary & J. Davies Institute of Dentistry, Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London, UK UGP3 Impact of a new protocol on improving efficiency of a specialist paediatric trauma clinic I. Rehman, M. Iqbal, Y. W. Lee, I. Matadar, A. M. Cairns Glasgow Dental Hospital, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK UGP4 Dental coping style communication tool Does this aide treatment allocation and completion? S. Shajahan, H. Buchanan & C. Campbell 3 BDS4 undergraduate dental student, University of Glasgow, UK Health psychologist, University of Nottingham Medical School, UK 3 Consultant in Paediatric Dentistry, Glasgow Dental Hospital and School (GDH&S), UK UGP5 Oral Hygiene Practices of Paediatric Patients Referred to Manchester Dental Hospital J. Chan, C. Harrison & A. Kandiah 3 5th Year Dental Student at University of Manchester Paediatric Speciality Dentist at University Dental Hospital Manchester, UK 3 Consultant in Paediatric Dentistry at University Dental Hospital Manchester, UK UGP6 Accuracy of caries diagnosis in primary molars: bitewing versus panoramic radiographs A. S. Dhadwal, J. Davies, H. M. Liversidge Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London, UK UGP7 Attitudes towards mouthguards and their use in Yorkshire sports clubs Y. E. Fields, A.K. Kataria, A. Selladurai, B. F. Williams, B. Patterson-Broadhead, N. Allanqawi, P. F. Day, K. P. Kenny Undergraduate Dental Students, School of Dentistry, University of Leeds, UK Department of Paediatric Dentistry, School of Dentistry, University of Leeds, UK UGP8 Public perception of sugar content in commonly available soft drinks A. S. Hussain, A. H. Patel, M. F. Jilani, J. Tahmassebi & K. Kenny Department of Paediatric Dentistry, University of Leeds, Leeds UK UGP9 Multidisciplinary care for children with hypodontia Y. Y. Lim, F. E Hogg University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland, UK UGP0 Caries Prevalence in the Primary Dentition in Cleft Lip and Palate Children vs Non-Cleft Lip and Palate Children Olivia Mills Fourth Year BBS, The University of Manchester Dental Hospital, UK UPG Assessing Patient Selection for Paediatric Inhalation Sedation at Liverpool University Dental Hospital A. Patel, K Sall, & A. Roberts University of Liverpool Dental School, Liverpool, UK UPG Anxiety levels of dental students in respect to treating children E. Pilcher, H. Khashawi, M. A. Quraishi, K. P. Kenny & R. Balmer Undergraduate Dental Student, School of Dentistry, University of Leeds, UK Department of Paediatric Dentistry, School of Dentistry, University of Leeds, UK BSPD Innovation Award Showcase IAS Development of an online oral health and risk assessment tool for young patients Stephen Fayle, Leeds Dental Institute, UK IAS Development of a RISK DISK caries risk assessment tool Sophie Marshall & Thalayan Kandiah Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust and King s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, UK IAS3 Self-help cognitive behavioural therapy resources to reduce child dental anxiety Zoe Marshman University of Sheffield, UK Creative Collaboration 3

24 THURSDAY Poster Session BSPD07 Non-Prize Posters P5 Creative Multi-disciplinary Collaboration: Twinning Teeth and Dental Trauma F. Alawsi & B. Veale Springfield Dental Clinic, Guiseley, Leeds, UK Bradford Royal Infirmary, UK P5 Audit reviewing assessment of primary molars prior to crown placement using Hall Technique V.S. Cochrane Eastman Dental Hospital, UCLH, London, UK P7 Management of a child with Borjeson Forssman Lehman Syndrome A. Patel, R. Chawla & S. Dunkley Eastman Dental Hospital, UCLH, London, UK P7 My teeth look funny : management of a young child with ectodermal dysplasia M. Patel & A. L. Hollis Department of Paediatric Dentistry, University of Bristol Dental Hospital, UK P73 Audit on Time to Surgery and Fasting Times for Paediatric Lacerations Under General Anaesthesia N. Patel, A. Amini & K. Shakib Barnet Hospital, Greater London UK P74 The typical characteristics of children who are referred to Children s Services C. Paul, M. Hamed & S. Bhatia University Hospital for Wales, Paediatric Dentistry, Cardiff, UK P75 Case selection by which Hall PMCs are placed by Birmingham Undergraduate Students H. Pugh, Z. Rahman, M. Makwana & S. Gandhi Paediatric Dental Department, Birmingham Dental Hospital and School of Dentistry, Birmingham, UK P76 Caries prevention protocols for paediatric patients undergoing general anaesthetic for dental treatment Z. Rahman, M. Makwana, H. Pugh & A. James Birmingham Dental Hospital, Birmingham, UK P77 An audit to determine the utilization of the Paediatric Comprehensive Care List S. Rana, N. Keramari & M. Ahluwalia King s College Hospital Dental Institute, Denmark Hill, London, UK P78 Identical twins with mirror image MIH affecting a first permanent molar L. Reeve-Brook & C. Williams Cardiff Dental Hospital, Cardiff, UK P79 An unusual facial swelling in a 0 year old girl N. Rizvi, M. Kabban & C. Huppa King s College Dental Institute, King s College Hospital, London, UK P80 An audit to assess Paediatric General Anaesthetic cancellations L. Selvarajah St George s Hospital, London, UK P8 Management of a 4 year old with X linked hypohydrotic ectodermal dysplasia A. R. Shepherd, C. A. Hood & J. E. May Royal Manchester Children s Hospital, Manchester, UK P8 Curious incident of a band round a tooth P. Shepherd & F. Soldani Bradford Community Dental Service, Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust, UK P83 A service evaluation to assess the views and dental requirements of adolescents N. Siddiqui, N. Harrington, M. Skene & L. McClean Paediatric Department, University Dental Hospital of Manchester, Manchester, UK Paediatric Department, Glasgow Dental Hospital and School, Glasgow, UK P84 An Audit of Management of Missed Appointments A. Singh, H. Zaitoun & J. C. Harris Paediatric Dentistry, Charles Clifford Dental Services, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK P85 Bridging Anticoagulation therapy in a paediatric patient for successful Orthodontic treatment P. Sinnott, L. Middlefell & J. Spencer Pinderfields General Hospital, Wakefield, UK P87 Are we confirming Dental Comprehensive General Anaesthetic patient s pre-ga? G. D. Taylor & M. Moffat Department of Paediatric Dentistry, Newcastle Dental Hospital, UK P88 Too many teeth, too early - An Case of using early interceptive orthodontics F. J. Thomson, S. Griffiths, O. Malik & P. Kandiah Children Dental Health Department, Manchester University Dental Hospital, Manchester, UK Orthodontic Department, Manchester University Dental Hospital, Manchester, UK P89 Advances in surgery and their impact on mandibular resection in a paediatric patient: A case presentation L. J. Timms & M. Abu-Serriah Department of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Manchester Head and Neck Centre, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Manchester, UK P90 An Audit of Antimicrobial Prescribing in Paediatric Dentistry S. A. Tukmachi & R. Whatling Barts Health NHS Trust, UK 4 Creative Collaboration

25 THURSDAY Poster Session BSPD07 P9 Audit: Use of WHO checklist at the Department of Paediatric Dentistry-EDH Z. Tzelepi & I. Holroyd Eastman Dental Institute, London, UK P9 Body Mass Index recording and appropriate dietetic referrals: a service evaluation N. J. Wade & C. L. Stevens University Dental Hospital Manchester, UK P93 The holistic care of a child with ectodermal dysplasia H. C. Walsh & C. Stevens Manchester Dental Hospital, CMFT, Manchester, UK P94 Incidence of repeat paediatric general anaesthetic appointments for dental treatment in Derbyshire C. Warner & H. L. Sanders Derbyshire Salaried Primary Care De ntal Service, Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Foundation Trust, UK P95 A first step towards change: service evaluation of General Anaesthetic assessment clinic C. A. Watts & S. Barry, University Dental Hospital Manchester, Higher Cambridge Street, Manchester, UK University of Manchester, Manchester, UK P96 Theatre utilisation evaluation of medically complex comprehensive care general anaesthesia lists C. Whyte & U. Devalia Eastman Dental Hospital, UCLH, London, UK P97 Multi-centre service evaluation investigating the care pathway and outcomes for adolescent patients E. Willasey, A. Adams, F. Thomson, S. Subka 3, V. Hind 4, H. Zaitoun 3, L. McClean, S. Albadri School of Dentistry, University of Liverpool, UK Paediatrics, University Dental Hospital of Manchester, Manchester, UK 3 Paediatrics, Charles Clifford Dental Hospital, Sheffield, UK 4 Paediatrics, Newcastle Dental Hospital, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK P98 Audit assessing record keeping for children attending with acute dento-alveolar Trauma J. P. Wilson, K. L. O Donnell, S. Sood & J. C. Mitchell Paediatric Dentistry, King s College Dental Institute, London, UK Paediatric Dentistry, Leeds Dental School, Leeds, UK P99 An audit to evaluate the efficiency of LED Light Curing Units V. Wilson, S. Stone Newcastle Dental Hospital, Newcastle, UK P00 Multidisciplinary management of a special needs patient with fractured tooth fragment embedded in lip R. Yee, P. L. Chay, H. L. Chia Dental Services, KK Women s and Children s Hospital, Singapore Plastics and Reconstructive Services, KK Women s and Children s Hospital, Singapore Creative Collaboration 5

26 SPONSORS BSPD07 SPONSORS & EXHIBITORS PLATINUM SPONSORS Kinder Krowns is a leading manufacturer of esthetic pediatric crown, offering both Pre-veneered and All-Ceramic Zirconia Pediatric Crowns. Just as in adult dentistry, the demand for cosmetic services and esthetic restorations in pediatric dentistry is increasing annually. To answer this demand, more and more dentists are turning to zirconia as their material of choice. Zirconia Kinder Krowns offer esthetics, durability and biocompatibility that no other material on the market can offer. By incorporating Zirconia Kinder Krowns into your practice, you can confidently offer an esthetic restoration that will not only provide unrivaled esthetics, but will also hold up until the deciduous tooth exfoliates. Experience the unique advantages only offered by Zirconia Kinder Krowns: Save money, without sacrificing quality. Kinder Krowns are the most competitively priced zirconia pediatric crowns made in the USA. Simplicity. No try-in crowns or special cement. Our Internal retention threads provide mechanical retention and allow you to use glass ionomer cement and the actual crown for intraoral try-ins. This saves you valuable inventory and chairside time. Universal Anteriors help your bottom line. Incorporating universal anteriors into your practice cuts your inventory in half (Centrals & Laterals vs D, E, F, G). However, if you prefer lefts and rights, they are also available. Less reduction and less chairside time. Our new Less Prep design requires less reduction and time to place Zirconia Kinder Krowns than ever before. In recognition for our superior quality systems, we have been awarded ISO 3485 certification, CE certification, Health Canada License and Certified Dental Laboratory certification. You can trust us to provide you with consistent, easy to use, beautiful restorations every time. Contact Name: Brandon Richards Telephone Number: Website: Facebook: Crowns / Myofunctional Research Co. More than 75% of children develop a malocclusion, which is evident from as early as 5 years of age. The global demand for orthodontics without braces continues to grow. It s an option that many parents and patients would prefer. The Myobrace System is based on over 7 years of experience in correcting orthodontic problems without the need for braces. Myofunctional Research Co. (MRC) has recognised breathing disorders as one of the major causes of malocclusion, poor jaw growth and TMJ disorder. By effectively changing the way orthodontics for children is performed, it satisfies the demand from parents for a less invasive way to straighten teeth without braces at an early age. The Myobrace System is used worldwide, and MRC trains doctors in over a 00 countries. MRC can help you get started in treating young. Please contact us to help you start treating the cause of malocclusion at Website: A more natural-looking smile. By glazing and polishing Zirconia Kinder Krowns, they blend in with your patient s natural dentition - rather than reflect like 00% polished crowns. 6 Creative Collaboration

27 SPONSORS BSPD07 GOLD SPONSORS Alexion is a global biopharmaceutical company focused on developing and delivering life-transforming therapies for patients with devastating and rare diseases. Patients with these life-threatening diseases often have no effective treatment options, and they and their families suffer with little hope. Our goal is to deliver medical breakthroughs where none currently exist. We are driven because we know people s lives depend on our work. Contact Name: Russell Stapley Website: RIS Healthcare For more than 38 years, RIS Healthcare has been dedicated to promoting and championing oral health. They provide a wide range of products designed to improve oral care. RIS is the proud producer of oranurse the UK s only unflavoured, non-foaming, fluoride toothpaste, initially developed for individuals with Autism who have sensory issues to taste, it also benefits anyone who has intolerance to mint. RIS is also the UK and NI distributor of The Bioxtra dry mouth range. These products are designed to maintain a moist and healthy mouth. Contact Name: Beverley Mason Website: Social Babycup Ltd Healthy sipping comes easily with Babycup First Cups, the mini open weaning cups designed with babies and young children in mind and endorsed by health professionals around the world. Small enough for little hands to hold and fitting perfectly to a baby s mouth, Babycup First Cups encourage true sipping, supporting oral health whilst also developing fine motor skills and coordination during critical development stages. Made in Britain, high quality, BPA-free, no spouts, seals or bucket-like proportions, Babycup First Cups are recommended by dentists and orthodontists and used in oral health programmes. Diminutive in stature and big on results, parents around the world rave about the usability, quality and aesthetic styling of these multi award-winning cups. Also suitable for cup-feeding infants in times of feeding challenges such as tongue tie, cleft, latch difficulties and bottle refusal, and with consistently excellent reviews, Babycup First Cups are a weaning and feeding must-have and make an easy addition to any oral health initiative. Contact Name: Sara Keel Telephone Number: +44(0) Website: Social Media Links: Facebook: BabycupUK BabycupUK/ Twitter: BabycupHello Instagram: Babycuphello babycuphello/ SILVER SPONSORS Bickiepegs Healthcare Specialists in the oral care of infants 3m+ and home to Bickiepegs Natural Teething Biscuits and Doidy Cup, the uniquely slanted weaning cup. Both brands have strong heritage of 70yrs+ remaining iconic favourites and enjoy long standing Health Professional endorsement. The Doidy Cup was specifically designed to make weaning from breast/bottle feeding to open cup easier, it is well known for its benefits encouraging good oral health practice, overcoming issues caused by prolonged use of a bottle or spouted cups including tooth decay, delayed speech development and poor chewing skills. Bickiepegs are natural teething biscuits shaped to access front & back of baby s mouth, aiding jaw development and stimulating hidden teeth for straight growth and spacing. We are proud that both Bickiepegs and Doidy are produced in the United Kingdom. Come and see our NEW Finger Toothbrush & Gum Massager launching at the Conference! Contact Name: Christopher Blincoe Telephone Number: Website: Facebook Bickiepegs: Facebook Doidy: doidycupinternational/ Twitter: Pinterest: Creative Collaboration 7

28 SILVER SPONSORS BSPD07 Of particular interest may be the new Accutron Ultra Digital flowmeter or news of forthcoming products such as the Axcess masks and tubing. Dentsply Sirona Dentsply Sirona is the world s largest manufacturer of professional dental products and technologies, with a 30-year history of innovation and service to the dental industry and patients worldwide. It develops, manufactures, and markets comprehensive solutions including dental and oral health products under a strong portfolio of world class brands. As The Dental Solutions Company TM, its products provide innovative, high-quality and effective solutions to advance patient care and deliver better, safer and faster dentistry. As always, plenty of up to date advice is available. Contact Name: Mrs Janet Pickles Telephone Number: Website: With a commitment to innovation and education, the company develops more than 30 significant new products and trains more than 300,000 clinicians each year. Telephone Number: Website: Shofu UK SHOFU is dedicated to providing innovative, high quality products for the entire Dental Team - for Clinicians and Technicians. Prophylaxis is especially an important issue in paediatric dentistry. Henry Schein Special Markets Experts in clinical supply Henry Schein Dental Special Markets has been the leader in supplying the needs of NHS Dental Teams in both the primary, acute and dental schools sectors for many years. The Special Markets team strive to offer all possible support to the needs of our customers in their own environment, both with the supply of Dental Consumables and Equipment or any other clinical requirements. For further information please visit our web site or contact us below. Telephone Number: Website: Driven by modern concepts of Minimally Invasive Cosmetic Dentistry, SHOFU offers a faster, easier, and gentler sealant system BeautiSealant with a self-etching primer that eliminates the need for phosphoric acid etch and rinse steps entirely. The flowable composite material Beautifil F0 is also suitable for fissure sealing due to its user friendly viscosity that provides tight and bubble-free restorations. Both materials are made of unique Surface Pre-Reacted Glass (S-PRG) filler particles which have been shown to assist in the remineralisation process and support a caries protective effect. For subsequent polishing of the sealed enamel, OneGloss instruments are particularly suitable. The polishers are made of highly concentrated aluminium oxide with silicone as binder and are gentle on tooth structure. Contact Name: Jenny Woodward Telephone Number: Website: RA Medical RA Medical is delighted to once again support the BSPD and the Clinical Case Prize. Our helpful and friendly staff will be on hand during the Conference to meet old friends and advise on any aspect of Inhalation Sedation equipment, hosting a small, but comprehensive display of available equipment. Sprig Sprig is an oral health technology company fighting to bring the innovation today s patients and professionals demand to paediatric dentistry. We do this because the next generation deserves next generation care. 8 Creative Collaboration

29 SILVER SPONSOR & EXHIBITORS BSPD07 Since we invented the pediatric Zirconia crown nearly a decade ago, we ve continued to find better ways to apply tech to teeth. From our patented crown retention design that increases mechanical adhesion to the unique lateral shape of our crowns that speeds up seating, our products make sure our kids never have to settle for anything less than innovative. From our headquarters in California, we re always working on new products, new educational programs and more environmentallyfriendly methods of manufacturing. Through this combination of innovation and education, we re providing dental professionals with the technologies and techniques they need to grow their practices and deliver ever-better care to the most important patients. Sadly we are unable to attend the exhibition, so please view the links below for more information. Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: EXHIBITORS COLTENE is an internationally leading and innovative developer, manufacturer and seller of consumables and small equipment for dental practitioners. Much of our success is directly related to our long-term commitment and close relationship with the institutions and lecturers that provide dental education. We look forward to meeting you at BSPD 07. Contact Name: Abigail Lock Telephone Number: Website: Social Media Links: DPS - DENTAL PRACTICE SYSTEMS DPS has been marketing the wand for 8 years and it is now accepted as the world s leading computerised anaesthetic delivery device. It is a complete substitute for the syringe. The ability of the wand to carry out all types of injections comfortably, together with its non-threatening appearance makes it ideal for children. Telephone Number: Website: GC UK Ltd See all the latest GC innovations at BSPD 07, including EQUIA Forte. GC will be exhibiting all their latest innovations, as well as their tried and trusted favourites. Of particular interest will be EQUIA Forte the latest innovation in GC s glass ionomer and resin technology range, two innovative systems working in synergy to build a stronger, superior bulk fill material for Class I & II restorations. Contact Name: Emma Bolton Telephone: Website: Glaxosmithkline Visit our stand for the latest information on products and services. The Dental Directory Dental Directory is one of the largest full service dental dealers in the UK, supplying GDPS, NHS Trusts and Dental Hospitals with everything from toothbrushes to specialist medical equipment. We have built a reputation based on personal service, superior product knowledge, competitive pricing and the capability to supply everything that a busy practice or clinic requires. Contact Name: Simon Abbey Telephone Number: Website: Social Media Links: DentalDirectoryUK/ TEACHERS DAY EXHIBITOR Prestige Dental Prestige Dental Ltd is a privately owned independent company, leading distributor and supplier of high quality dental equipment and materials. They are proud to be the sole UK distributors for the Pulpdent Corporation s traditional and Activa BioACTIVE range of materials, leading the way with a new generation of Aesthetic Restorative Materials. Telephone Number: Website: Prize Sponsors Clinical Cases Prize RA Medical Undergraduate Prize BSPD North West Branch Colgate DDU Dental Protection GSK Ivoclar Prestige Dental Creative Collaboration 9

30 BSPD07 General Information Registration Registration will be located outside Quays Foyer. Opening times as follows: Tuesday 9 th September (Teachers Day) hours Wednesday 0 th September hours Thursday st September hours Friday nd September hours Catering Refreshments and lunches will be served outside the Hexagon Room on Tuesday and in Quays Bar from Wednesday to Friday. Delegate Badges For security purposes, badges must be worn at all times. Wifi Access Wifi will be available throughout the venue. Login instructions will be available from the registration desk. Phones and devices As a courtesy to speakers and other attendees, phones and devices should be put on silent mode before entering sessions. Exhibition The exhibition will be located in the Quays Bar. The exhibition will open on the following: Wednesday 0th September hours Thursday st September hours Car Parking at The Lowry Parking is provided via the Lowry Outlet Mall multi-story car park which houses over 000+ spaces, including accessible parking bays. Rates Parking is chargeable at per hour per vehicle. Discounted conference parking vouchers are available from the venue for BSPD 07 delegates. The voucher is 7 per vehicle for full day parking (excludes overnight parking). Social Programme Tickets for social events will be issued with badges at registration. If you have any queries regarding social events, please speak to the staff at the registration desk. Please find the venue details below. Angel of North Quiz On the 7th (located within The Landing), Blue Tower, MediaCityUk, Salford, M50 ST Conference Dinner Imperial War Museum North The Quays, Trafford Wharf Road, Manchester M7 TZ Speakers Speakers should visit the room that they are presenting in, preferably at least one hour prior to the start of their session, to organise the material for their presentation. Staff at the registration desks will be available to assist with directions. Cloakroom Luggage and coats can be left in the cloakroom which is open as follows: Wednesday and Thursday: hours Friday: hours Posters Poster sessions will be held on Wednesday and Thursday. Details of the posters displayed each day can be found in the poster list. Velcro to mount the posters will be provided on the boards. Additional pieces of Velcro can be obtained from the registration desk. Posters should be mounted and removed by the presenters themselves. At the end of each day, any posters not removed by presenters will be taken down and disposed of. 30 Creative Collaboration

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