When

Friday December 2, 2016 from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM EST
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Where

Gordon Museum 
Hodgkin Building
Guy's Hospital
London SE1 9RT
United Kingdom
 

 
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Contact

BAOS Administration 
British Association of Oral Surgeons 
44-131 527 3402/3407/1588 
baos@rcsed.ac.uk 


Educational Aims and Objectives:

To provide an update on orofacial pain relevant to the dentist and specialist with focus on new developments in diagnosis and management. To provide a clear view of;

  • Temporomandibular disorders
  • Trigeminal Neuropathic pain
  • Orofacial muscular pain
  • Trigeminal nerve injuries or post traumatic neuropathic pain
  • Headaches
  • Trigeminal autonomic cephalalgias
  • The neurosurgeon's perspective
  • Future challenges
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  • This study day will attract 8 hours of verifiable CPD
 

Orofacial Pain Study Day 

Join us at Guys Hospital, London for the first Orofacial Pain Study Day with internationally renowned speakers.

0830-0900    Registration

0900-0910    Introduction, Professor Tara Renton, Course Convenor

0910-0955   

Trigeminal Autonomic Cephalalgias,

Peter J Goadsby, Professor Neurology, Wellcome Foundation

 

0955-1040   

An overview of Temperomandibular disorders,

Justin Durham, Senior Lecturer in Oral Surgery and Orofacial Pain, Honorary Consultant Oral Surgeon, NIHR Clinician Scientist, Newcastle University

 

1040-1050    Morning Tea Break

1050-1135     

Oral Neuropathic pain - Is it Pre TN? Non Classical TN, PPTTN, PDAP (1or2), CPSP   or another?

Professor Tara Renton, Professor Oral Surgery, Kings College London, Lead Orofacial Pain Services, KCH


1135-1220   

Headaches: Why are they essential knowledge for the dental practitioner? 

Giorgio Lambru, MD Consultant Neurologisy and Headache Specialist, Guy's & St. Thomas' Hospital

 

1220-1300    Panel of morning speakers

1300-1400    Lunch

1400-1445   

MDT diagnosis of TN: Experience and application of microvascular decompression,

Sinan Barazi, FRCS (Neurosurgery) B.Sc MB BS Consultant Neurosurgeon, Kings College Hospital

 

1445-1530   

Prevention of chronic pain related to dental surgery: Avoiding Trigeminal nerve injuries, 

Professor Tara Renton, Professor Oral Surgery, Kings College London, Lead Orofacial Pain Services, KCH

 

1530-1615   

Epigenetics, pharmacogenomics, neuroimaging, sleep and chronic pain vulnerability: Where does the future of our specialty lie?

Antonio Romero Garcia D.D.S, PhD, Specialist in Orofacial pain, Valencia, Spain

 

1615-1630    Panel discussion

1630-1700    Drinks Reception

Register Now!          Non members 120                                  Members 110                                   Discounted 80

Course Convenor: Professor Tara Renton