Professor David Bartlett
Tuesday February 12th 2013
The lecture will cover the diagnosis of tooth wear and show how to manage the clinical condition. David will show how he uses his clinical expertise and research to manage tooth wear. A series of clinical cases will highlight some of the pitfalls associated with management. The lecture will cover the basics of treatment philosophy an emphasise how prevention can be used to impact on the progression of wear.
Professor David Bartlett is Head of Prosthodontics at Kings College London Dental Institute. David has published over 100 research publications, written 3 books, numerous chapters, grants in nearly reaching £2M, 6 PhD students and over 20 master student theses. He is treasurer for the British Division of IADR and Chair of the SAC in Restorative Dentistry which co-ordinates specialist training in the UK. He is also chair of the ethics committee of Guy’s Hospital.
David is a consultant in Restorative Dentistry and a specialist in Prosthodontics after completing specialist training in 1999 at Guy’s Hospital and is now a senior clinician at the Dental School. His expertise is internationally recognised particularly in the treatment of tooth wear.