Dr. Lesley David
This day will focus on various topics germane to everyday practice. Frequently asked questions will be addressed pertaining to extractions, surgical emergencies and how to manage them, and surgical case selection to minimize stress and complications. The decision of when to refer or not will also be discussed. The topic of implant dentistry cannot be ignored! A simpatico approach between GP and OMFS will be reviewed to ensure appropriate treatment planning so both patients and treating clinicians are informed of all aspects of care. Indications for immediate versus delayed implants and temporization will also be included. This day will be clinically relevant for your Monday morning. Knowledge, techniques, and tips will be shared to help make surgery for the restorative GP stress free, rewarding, and fun. Yes, surgery can be fun!
Dr. Lesley David is an oral and maxillofacial surgeon who maintains a private practice in Toronto. She is an Associate Clinician at the University of Toronto in the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Clinic, a Fellow and past examiner of the Royal College of Dentists of Canada and is on staff at the Mt. Sinai Hospital and The Trillium Hospital. Dr. David is a remedial course provider for the Royal College of Dentists of Ontario in oral and maxillofacial surgery and implant dentistry. She is also on several industry related advisory boards and a key opinion leader for various dental related companies. Dr. David is a co-founder of Global Dental Mentorship. She has numerous publications in implant dentistry. Dr. David lectures internationally on various topics in implant dentistry and oral and maxillofacial surgery.
We are helping to facilitate the collection of old dental instruments for donation to U of A palaeontology students for use in their field work (the Paleo-Pik project). We will be accepting instrument donations at our event on Oct 15, 2022 and appreciate any contributions big or small.
WANTED: All dental hand instruments: scalers, probes, chisels, pluggers, etc., , that you no longer use or may have damaged/ broken.
PURPOSE: Hand Instruments will be donated for excavation work and research at the Dino Lab, U of A, Royal Tyrrell Museum at Drumheller and the Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum in Wembley, Alberta
ALSO: Instruments rolls for carrying instruments and small tools boxes, can also be donated.
Please include your business card (optional) with your donation.
We invite and provide free registration for all University of Alberta Dentistry students.
This scientific session is sponsored by: