We are glad to announce that our keynote speaker Dr Lyndon Meehan has confirmed the topic of his speech ‘Management of Dental Trauma in Sport’ for our free Dental CPD event down in the Ageas Bowl 7th July.
But before we dive into his speech, we thought we’d give Dr Lyndon the introduction he deserves.
Dr Lyndon Meehan BDS, BSc, MJDF (RCS Eng), PG Dip Endo:
Lyndon is passionate about Sports Dentistry. He is one of the UK’s leading experts on the subject and we’re proud to have him speak at our event. His insights into dental trauma within sport are of real value to both dentists and dental practitioners.
Lyndon is a general practitioner splitting his working week between Morriston Hospital in Swansea and as a Staff grade Restorative Dentist and private general practices. He is currently about to take up an Endodontic position at Kings College Hospital London centre for Dental trauma.
Lyndon has supported many sports organisations and teams over the last 6 years. He is currently the club Dentist to Cardiff City FC and Pontypridd RFC. Internationally he provides dental advice and cover during campaigns and on match days to the Welsh football association and all Welsh Rugby Union sides.
He also provides advice on Dental trauma to the England and Wales cricket board and several national county cricket sides. Most recently he provided dental treatment and advice in the Athlete’s village polyclinic during the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympics games.
Aside from all of that he is also a member of the International Academy of Sports Dentistry and is a part of the sports dentistry research team with the Eastman Dental Institute and has lectured nationally on sports dentistry.
‘The Management of Dental Trauma in Sport’
Dr Lyndon’s wealth of experience in this field makes him the perfect person to speak on the topic. His 1 hour (verifiable CPD) talk with cover the following topics:
- Sports dentistry within Sports Medicine
- Dental trauma prevalence within sport
- Dental trauma classification assessment and immediate management
- Splinting for Dental trauma and storage media
- Endodontic considerations; challenges and consequences of dental trauma/ treatment planning phases
- New techniques for paediatric dental trauma (pulpal revascularisation)
- Prevention and mouth guards
- Treating the professional sportsperson from a dental aspect
We’re really excited to have Lyndon provide the keynote presentation for this event. It will be of real value to dentists and dental practitioners.
If you would like to learn more about our CPD event down at the Ageas Bowl then you can contact us directly on 02920487291 or email at email@example.com.