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Birmingham Study Club

22 September 2022
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Presented by: Dr André Haigh
Host: Zubair Sacranie
Date: 22 September 2022
Time: 1900 Refreshments 1930 Lecture
Location: Voco St. John’s Solihull, 651 Warwick Road, Solihull, B91 1AT


To improve clinical decision making, identifying those factors which influence treatment planning decisions when considering implant retained restorations to replace ‘non-missing’ teeth.

Learning Objectives

Participants will:

  • Become familiar with the prognostic evaluation of periodontally involved teeth
  • Recognize how complexity and compromising factors affect endodontic prognosis
  • Recognise the key restorative factors determining prognosis
  • Recognise some iatrogenic factors which may influence prognosis
  • Understand how patient-level modifiable and non-modifiable factors affect prognosis evaluation.
  • Be able to develop a simple prognostic classification tool (should they wish!)


André graduated from the University of Sheffield, England in 1991. After completing one years vocational training he worked in the National Health Service six years.

Currently André works in an entirely private practice in Derby treating a mixture of general practice and referral patients. Since 2001 he has been carrying out all dental treatments with the assistance of a surgical microscope. One of only four hundred dentists worldwide to have ever passed the famously difficult MGDS examination, André’s first Masters was in implantology and his second is in medical law. He was recently appointed as a dental advisor and expert witness for the General Dental Council.

André’s passion is managing cases no one else wants to!

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