1. Management of dental caries 2. Periodontal disease 3. Endodontic problems in advanced operative dentistry 4. Tooth wear 5. Aesthetic problems 6. Occlusion 7. Cores 8. Gold crowns 9. Gold restorations: the metals, the manufacture and the fit 10. Metal-ceramic crowns 11. All-ceramic crowns 12. Inlays, onlays and veneers 13. Impression materials and techniques 14. Provisional restorations 15. Getting the appearance correct 16. Complex multiple fixed and combined fixed and removable prosthodontics 17. When and how to replace missing teeth 18. Minimal preparation (resin retained) bridges 19. Conventional bridges
Professor David Ricketts qualified at Guy's Hospital Dental School, now GKT Kings College, in 1986. Following an Oral Surgery House Officer post and two years in general practice he returned to Guy's Hospital to study for an MSc in conservative dentistry. During this period his main research interest in cariology and, in particular, its diagnosis and appropriate management began which led to the award of a PhD in 1995. David has since published widely in his research area and in other aspects of restorative dentistry and his research has led to collaboration with colleagues in numerous European countries and the USA. In 1999 David moved to Dundee and was promoted to Senior Lecturer / Honorary Consultant in Restorative Dentistry in 2003. In 2006 he became Leader of the Section of Operative Dentistry, Fixed Prosthodontics and Endodontology at Dundee Dental School and in 2008 he was awarded a personal Chair in Cariology and Conservative Dentistry. Professor David Bartlett is Head of Prosthodontics at Kings College London Dental Institute. His research interest in tooth wear, particularly dental erosion, began with his PhD completed in 1995 which investigated the relationship between reflux disease and dental erosion. David has published over 70 research articles on dental erosion and other restorative subjects in National and International dental and medical journals. He has supervised four PhD's, 20 MSc's and been successfully awarded nearly half a million pounds in grant income. David has written three books and a number of chapters on prosthodontics.