Event Details


An Update on Oro-facial Injuries
Friday 19th July 2019
Weetwood Hall
Leeds
Supported by the DuPuy Synthes
Programme

Organisers: Miss Divya Keshani, Consultant Oral Surgeon, BTH
Ms Hanya Mahmood ACF Oral Surgery YHHEE

09.00 Registration and refreshments

09.30 Welcome – Miss Divya Keshani

09.35 The Golden Hour and ATLS principles
– Mr Kelvin Mizen, Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon

10.00 Dento-alveolar injuries
– Dr Lily Duffy, and Dr Susan Welford, StR Paediatric Dentistry

10.30 Zygomatico-orbital injuries
– Mr Vlasios Oktseloglou , Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon

11.00 Refreshments

11.30 Management of Fractured condyle and approaches to the facial skeleton
– Mr Kelvin Mizen, Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon

12.30 Lunch

13.30 Practical session with hands on plating, splinting practice

16.30 Questions and closing remarks – Ms Hanya Mahmood

FACULTY
Mr P Chambers, Consultant OMFS
Ms Lily Duffy, StR Paediatric Dentistry
Mr Kelvin Mizen Consultant OMFS
Mr Vlasios Oktseloglou, Consultant OMFS
Mr Edward Walker StR Radiology
Ms Susan Welford StR Paediatric Dentistry

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course is an overview of dental, oral and maxillofacial trauma. It covers the common orofacial injuries and theoretical aspects of management and surgical options. There will be a hands-on plating, splinting and suturing session to experience the hardware used for open reduction and fixation and practice suturing and splinting for dento-alveolar injuries.

AIMS & OBJECTIVES
To understand the basic principles of trauma management
To recognise types of dento-alveolar injuries and their management
To recognise different facial fractures and understand the management principles
To discuss the rationale, materials and methods for open reduction of facial fractures
To understand the options available for restoring the mouth following trauma

EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES
By the end of this course, delegates should:
Have an understanding of the principles of trauma management
Understand types of dento-alveolar injuries and their management
Be able to recognise common signs and symptoms of facial fracture presentation
Know the theory underpinning treatment of facial fractures
Understand and practice suturing techniques for closure of facial lacerations
Have exposure to the hardware used in treating fractures with open reduction
Practice splinting teeth on models and suturing on foam pads

GDC outcomes: A. B

Faculty Profiles
Mr Paul Chambers BDS MBChB MA MRCS FDSRCS FRCS (OMFS)
Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Bradford Teaching Hospitals
Paul Chambers developed an interest in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery during his undergraduate dental degree at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne. This was consolidated after spending time at the Institute for Craniofacial and Reconstructive Surgery in Detroit, USA. He went on to study Medical Sciences in Cambridge and clinical medicine in Leeds before completing basic surgical training in West Yorkshire. Higher surgical training was completed in the Yorkshire Region, followed by appointment to a consultant OMFS post in Bradford. His clinical interests include Trauma and Deformity surgery, surgical management of cutaneous malignancy and facial scar revision.

Dr Lily Duffy BDS MJDF (RCS Eng) PGCert (MedEd)
StR in Paediatric Dentistry, YH HEE
Lily graduated from Newcastle University in 2013. She then moved to Yorkshire where she completed vocational training, followed by DCT1 in Oral and Maxillofacial surgery. Lily then completed DCT2 and DCT3 in Paediatric Dentistry and is currently halfway through her speciality training in paediatric dentistry.

Mr Kelvin Mizen MBChB, BDS, FDSRCS(Ed), FDSRCS(Eng), FRCS(Eng), FRCS(OMFS)
Consultant in Oral & Maxillofacial/Microvascular Head & Neck Reconstructive Surgery
After training in General Surgery, Kelvin joined the Yorkshire OMFS Maxillofacial Training scheme in 1998 & was appointed Consultant at Pinderfields & Leeds in 2003.
Since 2007 he has been lead surgeon for Facing Africa Charity performing facial reconstruction in Addis Ababa Ethiopia. Kelvin joined a new post in Hull university Teaching Hospitals as a reconstructive surgeon in 2014 and is also the Lead Skin Cancer Surgeon for Virgin care in North & North East Lincolnshire.

Mr Vlasios Oktseloglou MD, DDS, OMFS
Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Bradford Teaching Hospitals
Vlasios joined team in Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust as Consultant in October 2016. Since then he has been an active member of the Head and Neck Oncology Team. Areas of practice are head and neck oncology and trauma.

Mr Edward Walker BDS (Hons.), MFDS (RCSPG)
StR Dental and Maxillofacial Radiology, Leeds Dental Institute
Ed graduated from the University of Sheffield in 2014 and undertook foundation training in the York DFT scheme. He then spent two years as a DCT in the North West gaining experience in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Medicine and Dental and Maxillofacial Radiology. In 2017 Ed commenced Specialty Training in Dental and Maxillofacial Radiology at Leeds Dental Institute.

Miss Suzie Welford BChD, MFDS (RCSEd)
StR in Paediatric Dentistry
After graduating from Leeds University in 2010 Suzie undertook my vocational training in Scarborough. Following this she held a DF2 at Manchester Dental Hospital rotating around Oral Surgery, Restorative, Oral Medicine and Paediatric Dentistry. Suzie then spent a year as Foundation Trainee in Oral and Maxillofacial surgery at Manchester Royal Infirmary. She then moved to New Zealand and spent 4 years working in general dental practice. Currently Suzie is 18 months into specialist training in Paediatric Dentistry in Leeds.

Skill Stations
Mandible plating x2 Paul Chambers and Jonny Wareing
Midface plating x2 Kelvin Mizen and Vlasios Oktseloglou
Radiology x2 Ed Walker and Adam Jones
Case reviews Gavin Wilson and Christine Wanis
Case reviews Imran Suida and Basmal Rai
Paeds x2 Suzie Welford and Lily Duffy

 

GDC outcomes: A. B

Closing date for registration: 12 July 2019.

CPD points awarded: 5.5 CPD 

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