ASM 2016

small beginnings, BIG OUTCOMES

October 28 - 29, 2016

Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Dublin

Event Details

Welcome to the Faculty of Dentistry, RCSI Annual Scientific Meeting 2016 website.

We are delighted to announce that we will be joined by the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry in hosting our Annual Scientific Meeting this year. The meeting extends over two days, October 28th & 29th 2016 with the theme being “Small Beginnings, Big Outcomes”.

This year's ASM promises to be a unique occasion. If you have an interest in Paediatric Dentistry this event is not to be missed!

Overview

Highly acclaimed international experts will provide a comprehensive overview in the treatment and management of dental conditions in children. The course will provide a contemporary, scientific and in-depth discussion about international approaches to clinical paediatric dentistry.

Topics to be discussed include assessment, communication, prevention, restorative dentistry and pulp therapy, behaviour guidance and sedation, trauma, and orthodontic management. The curriculum is designed to provide short one-hour overviews of the emerging therapies and approaches citing the current literature along with clinical cases. Attendees will learn the best scientific approaches to paediatric dental conditions. Global expert clinicians will provide a discussion about international variations to management planning and treatment planning approaches.

The limited attendance will create an environment, which will allow for stimulating interactions with the speakers and fellow attendees.

Guest speakers include; Dr Casamassimo, Dr Moursi, Dr Lee, Dr Wright, Dr Sharma, Dr Dean...

ASM 2016

'small beginnings, BIG OUTCOMES'
  • OBJECTIVES:
  • UNDERSTAND THE LATEST SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE

    in caries risk assessment, prevention, restorative dentistry and pulp therapy in children.

  • LEARN THE EMERGING THERAPIES AND APPROACHES

    in trauma and orthodontic management in children.

  • DISCUSS NEW APPROACHES

    to communication, behaviour guidance and sedation in children.

ASM 2016

Hosted By:
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Faculty of Dentistry, RCSI, Dublin

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The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry

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