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Cutting-Edge Laser Applications in Periodontal Disease Treatment: Precision, Efficacy, and Patient Outcome

A Free Webinar

Wednesday 4th December 2024 6:30pm

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Dr Neesha Patel

Bsc Hons, BDS, MFGDP, MClinDent Perio, MRD RCS (Edin)

Specialist Periodontist

Clinical Director – Pure Periodontics 


Neesha is the Clinical Director at Pure Periodontics and a Consultant Periodontist at Kings College Hospital, London. She has worked both in general practice and hospital settings, including restorative dentistry and oral and maxillofacial surgery. During this time she gained post graduate qualifications from the FGDP of The Royal College of Surgeons of England and has since gained a Masters in Clinical Dentistry (Periodontics) from Queen Mary University, with Distinction. In addition, she has successfully completed the Membership in Restorative Dentistry of The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh examination and as such she was awarded specialist status by the General Dental Council. Her extensive training has seen her awarded the worthy title of Specialist Periodontist in London. Neesha also lectures extensively on continuing education courses.

Ms Kirstie Thwaites

Dip Dent Hygiene, Dip Dental Therapy, PGCert MaCE

Lead Hygienist  - Pure Periodontics


Since gaining her initial qualification from the University of Leeds in 2006, Kirstie has continued to invest in her knowledge and training, in 2013 she completed a two year post graduate programme in Enhanced Clinical Periodontology at Kings College Hospital London. In 2012 she was the recipient of the Young Dental Hygienist & Therapist of the Year award. She has been on the BADT council as both Editoral member and Ordinary member. 

Kirstie has experience of working in both general practice, specialist practice and hospital based settings. She currently works in private practice, previously she was the Programme Lead for the BSc Oral Health Science programme at the University of Essex.

Presented by Dr Neesha Patel & Ms Kirstie Thwaites

Learning Outcomes:

By the end of this lecture, participants will be able to:

  1. Understand Laser Fundamentals: Explain the basic principles of laser technology and how different wavelengths interact with periodontal tissues.

  2. Identify Clinical Applications: Describe the various clinical applications of lasers in the treatment of periodontal diseases.

  3. Evaluate Benefits and Limitations: Assess the advantages and limitations of using laser therapy compared to traditional periodontal treatment methods.

  4. Review Case Studies: Analyse real-world case studies demonstrating the effectiveness of laser treatments in improving periodontal health and patient satisfaction.

  5. Implement Best Practices: Apply best practices for integrating laser technology into periodontal treatment protocols to enhance clinical outcomes and patient care.

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