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P165 How Can We Minimise the Risk of Peri-Implant Disease? A Practical Guide For Supporting Implant Patients

Speaker: Helen Minnery Dip Dh, BSc (Hons) Dental Studies, FAETC

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Add to calendar05/26/2022 07:00 PM05/26/2022 08:30 PMEurope/LondonP165 How Can We Minimise the Risk of Peri-Implant Disease? A Practical Guide For Supporting Implant PatientsLive webinar to be watched on https://www.prodentalcpd.com/webinars/-p165-how-can-we-minimise-the-risk-of-peri-implant-disease-a-practical-guide-for-supporting-implant-patientshttps://www.prodentalcpd.com/webinars/-p165-how-can-we-minimise-the-risk-of-peri-implant-disease-a-practical-guide-for-supporting-implant-patientsalIHTtVFDzTdPiVcqmOL111110

Webinar Details

In this webinar Helen will look at how we can support our implant patients through their treatment journey using a team approach and for the long term. She will look at current evidence and guidelines for long-term monitoring and what can be used for patient and professional biofilm disruption.

Learning Outcomes

Aims

To understand:

  • The importance of practice protocols, long-term monitoring and supportive therapy
  • Why it is paramount that patients are prepared before commencing on their implant journey
  • Why a team approach with implant patients should be encouraged
  • The options for both patient and professional biofilm disruption, especially around complex restorations

Objectives

On completion of this webinar you will have the confidence, knowledge and skills to prepare and support patients through their implant journey.

The Speakers

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Helen Minnery Dip Dh, BSc (Hons) Dental Studies, FAETC

Dental Hygienist, Past President of the British Society of Dental Hygiene and Therapy, Volunteer BSDHT Mentor

Helen qualified from Liverpool University Dental Hospital in September 1992. She currently works in South Liverpool for 3 days a week where she has been a member of the team for the past 27 years. The practice is a general and referral practice, where there is a team approach for patient care. Helen has been presenting over the past 5 years at events such as Dentistry show, British society of Dental Hygiene and Therapy national conference and along side a colleague frequently runs full day courses on Dilemmas of Implants in Practice. Helen is the Past President of the British Society of Dental Hygiene and Therapy. She is passionate about the profession and the role we play in healthcare and feels the need for a more cohesive working environment among all team members and a better understanding of each other’s roles.