Minimally Invasive Anterior Aesthetics | Dipesh Parmar | Friday 14th January 2022
Minimally invasive aesthetic dentistry should not compromise the remaining dentition any more than is absolutely necessary to secure pleasing form, colour and alignment, whilst providing long term stability and function. Historically, many smile enhancement treatments were considered to be aggressive due to limitations in materials, equipment and technology. In recent years, significant developments in whitening protocols, composite and ceramic materials, adhesive dentistry and accessible orthodontics have allowed more dental professionals to provide minimally invasive treatments that are highly aesthetic, considerate to pulp health and provide respectable lengths of service.
- Concepts for conservative cosmetic treatments
- Internal bleaching techniques that are safe, predictable and legal
- Protocols to optimise direct composite restorations
- Protocols to optimise indirect ceramic restorations
- The orthodontic-restorative interface
This CPD event meets the criteria for the GDC’s development outcome C.
About Dipesh Parmar
Dipesh Parmar BDS MJDF MSc Ortho
Dipesh Parmar graduated from the University of Birmingham winning prizes in Aesthetic Dentistry, Prosthodontics, Dental Pathology and Conservative Dentistry, amongst others. He is a Partner at Acorn Dental with his practice focusing on advanced aesthetic restorative dentistry, orthodontics and dental implants. He has held a clinical lecturer teaching post at Birmingham Dental School and is the Clinical Director of Mini Smile Makeover. Dipesh has won multiple awards at the UK Aesthetic Dentistry Awards, including Best Aesthetic Dentist UK 2018. He has been awarded an MSc in Orthodontics (University of Warwick) and is an internationally renowned educator in minimally invasive aesthetics. Dipesh has co-authored multiple peer-reviewed articles.