The BES Regional Meeting will, this year, be a three day conference, adding to its programme, the postponed Spring Scientific Meeting. The Meeting will take place at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Stratford-upon-Avon. The Meeting will consist of an exciting scientific programme, a poster display on the Thursday, an exhibition, and a Dinner on the Friday night with a live band. Dress Code: Formal or Black Tie Delegates will have the option of registering for the Thursday only; the Friday and Saturday; or all three days. Please note, the Early Registration Rate will end 23.59 hrs on Wednesday 6th October. Prices will increase by £50 after this date. Unfortunately the hotel is now full for bedroom bookings but there are alternative hotels nearby. The BES is also taking this opportunity to launch its 'Early Careers Group'
British Endodontic Society
Speaker: Professor Jarom Ray D.D.S
Chief of Endodontics
US Air Force Academy
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Dr. Jarom Ray is the Chief of Endodontics at the US Air Force Academy and is Professor of Endodontics at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. He served as the Air Force Endodontics Residency Program Director from 2016-2020. He received his D.D.S. from Creighton University Medical Center School of Dentistry in 2003 then completed a one-year Advanced Education in General Dentistry Residency at the USAF Academy in 2004. He practiced general dentistry for 2 years. In 2008 he received a certificate in endodontics from Wilford Hall Medical Center and achieved board certification in 2011. Dr. Ray is co-inventor of Targeted Endodontic Microsurgery and has lectured nationally and internationally on endodontic applications of 3D Printing. His research focuses on applications of Targeted Endodontic Microsurgery and 3D printing.
Title: Targeted Endodontic Microsurgery: Clinical Technique and Digital Workflow
Targeted Endodontic Microsurgery combines a 3D-printed surgical guide with trephine burs for precisely controlled osteotomy and resection, offering the prospect of expanded surgical capability for novice and adept surgeons. The digital workflow for guide production is marked by conversion of a patient’s physical anatomy into digital data that forms a virtual model upon which a TEMS guide is designed and then 3D-printed. In addition to describing the TEMS clinical technique through presentation of several cases, this presentation aims to show several methods for digitally rendering bone, teeth, neuro-vascular structures, and soft tissue, and will describe how this data is utilized to create of a virtual model within design software. The presentation is aimed to help clinicians communicate meaningfully with a 3D printing lab.
• Describe the clinical applications of 3D-printed surgical guides and
• Describe different ways of digitizing hard and soft tissues for creation of a
• Describe surgical guide design principles for communication with a 3D
• Describe all clinical phases of guided surgical endodontics to include
presurgical evaluation, radiographic evaluation, treatment planning and