Thursday, May 18, 2017 from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM BST
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Lecture Theatre 1 
The New Birmingham Dental Hospital
5 Mill Pool Way
Birmingham B5 7SA
United Kingdom

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BAOS Administration 
British Association of Oral Surgeons 

2017 BAOS West Midlands Study Day Birmingham 

0845-0900     Registration & welcome

0900-1000     Differentiating Radiolucencies and Radiopacities - Jonathon Davies, Consultant in Dental and Maxillofacial Radiology, Birmingham Dental Hospital

1000-1045     An Introduction to Diagnostic Pathology Services - Dr Timothy Bates, Consultant Oral & Maxillofacial Histopathologist at Birmingham's Queen Elizabth Hospital NHS Trust

1045-1115     Break - "Elevenses" - A bite to eat to see us through to a later lunch

1115-1200     Odontogenic Cysts and Tumours:Diagnostic Dilemmas - Dr Timothy Bates

1200-1300     Maxillofacial trauma: Saturday night and beyond - Ross Elledge, Specialty Registrar (ST6) in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

1300-1345     Teeth, roots and the maxillary sinus: avoiding and treating complications (Part 1) Gary Bell, Associate Specialist in OMFS

1345-1415     Break - Late Lunch

1415-1500     Teeth, roots and maxillary sinus:avoiding and treating complications (Part 2) - Gary Bell, Associate Specialist in OMFS

1500-1600    Through the keyhole:Endoscopic approaches for Maxillary Sinus Pathology - Mr Shahzada Ahmed, Consultant ENT and Skull Base Surgeon

1600-1630     Break - Afternoon Tea. Yes with cake

1630-1800     The Autogenous Transplantation of Premolar Teeth  In collaboration with the Midland Orthodontic Society to receive an overview of how and when the transplantation of premolar teeth can be helpful in the management of orthodontic cases. - Dr Colin Melrose, Consultant Orthodontist & Dr Stephen Chadwick, Consultant Orthodontist.

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Non members 60              Members/DCT/DFT 55           Nurses 30          

Organised by BAOS West Midlands Regional Representatives:  Harlene Kaur and Bilal Ahmed