Wise messages from wisdom, trauma, covid and dentaid –



Southampton Section


Event Subject ClinicalTopicsDevelopment Outcomes (A, B, C)
Topic Groups (Pain Control and Prescribing, Oral Surgery, Dental Trauma, COVID-19)

Date Friday 4 February 2022 Time09:00 – 16:30

Venue Hanger Farm Arts CentreAddressAikman Lane Totton, SOUTHAMPTON, SO40 8FT, England

Speakers Ian Downie, Sarah Scrivener, Neil MacKenzie

Booking Fees

  • Dental care professional: £25.00
  • Essential member: £30.00
  • Expert member: £30.00
  • Extra member: £30.00
  • Senior member: £30.00
  • Non member: £40.00
  • Student member: £30.00

Wise messages from wisdom, trauma, covid and dentaid – 


DateFriday 4 February 2022
Timings9:00 Registration
9:30 – 11:00 Lecture 1: Sharing wisdom gained dealing with third molars11:00-11:15 Coffee break
11:15 – 12:15 Lecture 2: Dentaid and MacMillian 12:30 – 13:30 Lunch break
13:30 – 15:00 Lecture 3: Trauma, home and away
15:00 – 15:15 Tea break
15:15 – 16:15 Lecture 4: Long Covid
16:30 Finish
​​Venue​Hanger Farm Arts Centre, Akman Lane, Totton, Southampton, SO40 8FT
Branch / SectionSouthampton Section
PriceBDA members – £30Non-members – £35DCPs – £25
Important:All attendees to provide a unique email address at the point of registration.
​​​CPD5 hours
AimUnderstand challenges of managing complex wisdom teeth
Understand dental trauma challenges
Understand Long Covid 
Learning objectivesReflect on the NICE guidelines and the medico legal aspects of managing third molars 
Learn about performing in an austere environment, critique your performance, share your mistakes as well as successes and think your way out of difficult situations
Learn about symptoms experienced by those who have had Covid, and enable them to support both patients and colleagues
​​Learning contentFour lectures with the chance to ask the speakers questions at the end.
Development outcomesA, B, C
SpeakersIan Downie – Sharing wisdom gained dealing with third molars
Ian has been a consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Consultant in Salisbury for twenty years. During his training and consultant career he has managed all aspects of Oral and Maxillofacial cases . Third molars still produce some unexpected challenges. Ian will share his experiences of dealing with some of the technically more challenging cases using skills acquired in other surgical disciplines. 

Neil MacKenzie – Trauma, home and away
Consultant Maxillofacial SurgeonCol Neil Mackenzie joined the Royal Army Dental Corps as a Dental Cadet at Glasgow University in 1987 graduating in 1989. Following vocational training in London he was posted to Germany where he worked in Military dental centres for four years. He deployed with the United Nations as a Dental Officer and served for 6 months in the former Yugoslavia. On his return he was posted to BMH Woolwich and following examination success in 1995 attended Sheffield University Medical School, graduating in 2000. House Officer and basic surgical training were undertaken at The Royal Hospital Haslar and Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth, followed by registrar training in OMFS in the Wessex region. 
He has been Clinical Director of the Maxillofacial Unit, Chief of Service for Head and Neck, Divisional Director for Surgery and Military Clinical Director in Portsmouth. In 2017 he completed an MA with distinction in Medical Education. He is currently the Defence Consultant adviser in OMFS and Care Group director for Head and Neck services. 
Sarah Scrivener – Long Covid
 Consultant Respiratory Physician
Respiratory Consultant at Portsmouth since 2005, lead for PE and Long Covid Service
How to book / enquiriesOnline – individual bookings onlyLogin to the BDA website first.Then use the pink ‘Register’ button at the top right of this page.Please note: If you have a GDC number you can use the online system. You do not need to be a BDA member.If you do not already have a BDA website username and password, fill in the form and we’ll set you up with a username and temporary password.
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Email – branchsectionevents@bda.org
Please note: It is essential for all attendees to provide a unique email address at the point of registration By telephone Call the Events team on 020 7563 4590 to book over the phone (open Monday to Friday 09:00-17:00).For registration queries email us at branchsectionevents@bda.org.Full terms and conditions (including cancellation policy)
COVID-19 and staying safe at the venue​Enhanced measures will be in place to keep delegates, staff and speakers safe during this event:We encourage you to please take a lateral flow test the evening before you are due to arrive at the venue (along with all staff and speakers). Should your test result be positive, you should not attend (unless of course it has then been possible to obtain a negative result from a PCR test)
We encourage the use of face coverings whilst moving around the venue
Please sanitise your hands on arrival and continue to sanitise/wash your hands regularly throughout the event
We encourage social distancing whilst moving around the venue
Socially distanced seating during the lecture
There will be frequent cleaning of the venue
Good ventilation throughout the venue
Flexibility to transfer to a future event should you find yourself prevented from attending due to the requirement to self-isolate or onset of COVID-related symptoms.
Delegates who have symptoms of COVID-19 (a new, persistent cough; a high temperature; or loses/has changes to their sense of taste or smell) should self-isolate and take a PCR test, even if these symptoms are mild. Please do not attend if you have any of these symptoms.