Prosthodontic Strategies with Charlotte Stilwell

Date: Throughout January
Venue: Online Meeting
Charlotte Stilwell

Dear Members,

We are looking to run some meetings online in the New Year with Charlotte Stilwell who should have been our speaker in March 2020.

She has prepared three 1 ½ hour lectures which will be run at weekly intervals in January, followed by a live Q and A session about 3 weeks later. The whole package will account for 6 hours quality assured and verifiable CPD, or 1 ½ hours per session.

We will send you all the details in a separate e mail so that you can enjoy Charlotte’s wisdom, and gain some much needed CPD.

We have postponed our 2020 meetings where possible to 2021, but who knows whether we can go ahead as planned. We hope the following can go ahead next year but we will have to wait and see.

Managing our Increasing Older Population of Partial and Fully Edentulous Patients

Charlotte Stilwell is a specialist in prosthodontic dentistry with a referral practice in Harley Street, London. Charlotte undertakes all aspects of conventional and implant supported fixed and removable prosthodontics. Charlotte also has an interest in gerodontology and occlusion.

Charlotte trained at the Royal Dental College in Copenhagen, Denmark but moved to the UK to start her professional career with five years of postgraduate training in the Department of Prosthetics at the Royal London Hospital Dental School.

Thereafter, she has practised in general and specialist practice and she has held part-time lecturer posts at Department of Prosthetics at the Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry as well as the Department of Gerodontology and Removable Prosthetics at the University of Geneva.

Charlotte is a fellow and president-elect of the ITI International Team for Implantology and an examiner for the Diploma in Implant Dentistry at the Royal Colleges of Surgeons of Edinburgh.

Course Aims

  • To discuss the Prosthodontic strategies for managing our increasing older population of partial and fully edentulous patients.
  • This meeting will cover ECPD development outcomes A and C