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Calling all Foundation Dentists – Save the date! MyDentist and Dental Update invite all Foundation Dentists to the free Foundation Dentists Hub and Ball at BDIA ExCel London, on Thursday 4th October 2018

We are delighted to host a complimentary day and night dedicated to Foundation Dentists with a Foundation Dentists Hub - free seminars, lectures, advice and practical training tips. What’s more we’re rounding it all off with a free Ball on board a super-yacht; a black-tie evening with fine food, wine, music and merriment. This invitation is open to all Foundation Dentists and is entirely free of charge courtesy of MyDentist and Dental Update.

Keynote Lecture Theatre - dedicated lecture stream on hot topics specifically of interest to FDs

· Bridging the gap from DFT to associate;

· How to mitigate deskilling during your FD year;

· Starting your CPD journey/managing your EPDP whilst in practice;

· Managing risk in the practice;

· Effective treatment planning – putting the patient first; Get one step ahead when handling complaints.

Foundation Dentist Hub (sponsored by MyDentist)

With experts on hand to provide advice on your career as well as expert training tips. Includes a mini lecture theatre offering practical seminars for small groups. Free of charge.

Foundation Dentists Ball (sponsored by MyDentist)

Time to dress-to-impress, and enjoy fine food, drink and music aboard the Sunborn super-yacht, moored alongside ExCeL London. This black-tie event will be an ideal opportunity to catch up with fellow trainees, old-and-new, in glamourous surroundings and is entirely free of charge.

More information will follow soon. Any questions email tmontgomery@georgewarman.co.uk

Current Live Edition: Volume 45 Number 7 - July/August 2018

P589  Editorial:  A new look at the diagnosis of pulpitis by FJ T Burke

The diagnosis of pulpitis has remained static for what seems like centuries, namely, that a diagnosis of irreversible pulpitis leads to treatment by extraction or by root canal filling, with the latter allowing the tooth to be retained, but with the requirement of a (potentially expensive) cusp...