Date

Friday July 20, 2018

Time

1 pm – 2 pm

Room

Linacre Room – Meeting  - Boardroom

 

Abstract of the meeting:

Introduction :

  • General description of Cerezen
  • Positioning of Cerezen as a TMD treatment option
  • How does Cerezen work?
  • Process Flow from prescription through to follow-up

Review of the present literature on the effectiveness and safety to date.

6-12 Months Care Series at the Birmingham Dental Hospital:

  • Protocol, method and expected outcomes
  • Patient selection
  • 3 and 6 months results
  • Discussion and conclusions

Building the evidence

  • Presentation of recent and current on-going studies involving Cerezen; expected results, completion dates and distribution of findings.

Discussion and Q&A

 

Speakers: Professor Alan Glaros and Dr Daniel Saund

 

Professor Alan Glaros earned his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the State University of New York at Stony Brook.  He has been on the faculties of Wayne State University (Detroit, Michigan), the University of Florida, the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Dentistry, and Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences. 

Professor Glaros has been an active researcher since graduate school, and he first became interested in dental issues while completing his internship.  An encounter with a patient suffering from bruxism was the impetus for his first successful application for support from the National Institute of Dental Research.  Since then, he has published extensively, mostly in the area of TMJD. His CV lists over 200 papers, chapters, and books. He is currently a consultant with Renew Health, where he assists in the design and implementation of clinical studies for Cerezen.

 

Dr Daniel Saund qualified from Bristol University in 2002.  After completing his vocational training he worked in general dental practice for two years.  He subsequently trained at the Royal Shrewsbury, Princes Royal Telford, Queen Elizabeth and Birmingham Dental Hospitals.  He has passed his MFGDP, MFDSRCS, MJDFRCS post graduate examinations and completed his registrar training to become a Consultant Oral Surgeon.

Among his wide ranging Clinical Responsibilities, he encounters many patients suffering with TMJD.  He has a keen interest in using Cerezen as a simple, conservative and non-invasive technique for successfully managing the condition.

 

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