Martin Gough - 15th November 2016, Savile Club
BDS MSc FDSRCS (Eng)
Martin is a Senior Clinical Lecturer and Honorary Consultant at the Eastman Dental Institute, University College London and has a referral practice in Central London. He is a recognised specialist in both Prosthodontics and Restorative Dentistry.
Martin graduated from Kings College London in 1985 and held various surgical and restorative positions before gaining his MSc at the Eastman in 1990. Martin was appointed a Lecturer in the Conservation Department the same year and subsequently became a Senior Lecturer. He has been involved in postgraduate teaching since then with a particular interest in both the Surgical and Restorative aspects of Dental Implants. He was also the Director of the Implant Programme at the Eastman International Centre.
Martin has almost 25 years experience in both the surgical placement and restorative aspects of dental implants as an integral part of restorative treatment.
Implants 'State of Play'
The lecture covers a number of areas including a current view of what we know and what we do not know about implant treatment. How do we decide which implant system to use and if and when should utilise computerised surgical guides. It will also cover some recent developments in implant treatment and address medico–legal issues including how significant a problem is 'peri-implantitis'.