20 November 2019
18:30 – 20:45
‘The problem of the poor quality first permanent molar‘
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
232-242 St Vincent St, Glasgow, G2 5RJ
Registration for this event is between 6.30 and 7.15pm. The lecture begins at 7.15 and is anticipated to last between 1.5 hours with anticipated development outcomes of B and C.
Content: This lecture will provide attendees with the knowledge and management strategies to treat the poor quality first permanent molar.
By the end of the presentation:
- Attendees will be able to describe the aetiology of poor quality first permanent molars including MIH
- Attendees will be able to explain the difficulties in managing poor quality first permanent molars
- Attendees will be able to assess the treatment options to consider and when to refer re poor quality first permanent molars
About Katharine Blain
Katharine Blain is currently Consultant in Paediatric Dentistry at Dundee Dental Hospital. She trained at Glasgow qualifying in 1985 and having worked as a GDP and CDO, worked for 2.5 years in OMFS as a resident before undertaking specialist training in Paediatric Dentistry in Manchester where she completed a PhD in sedation. Following this, she returned to Scotland to the PDS in Argyll and Clyde and did some work at Yorkhill. She took up her current post in 2007 and during some of that time she has also supported Paediatric Dental services in NHS Highland.