Dental webinars

For details of our upcoming webinars and other events visit our events listings.

Previous webinars can be viewed by following the links below. The hosts of some of these webinars offer CPD to those who registered for the webinars. Some hosts may charge a small fee to access the recording of the webinar. Please contact the hosts for more information.

(Please note that if you just watched the recording of the webinar on Youtube, for example, it is unlikely that you would be eligible for CPD as Youtube does not provide any verification that an individual watched the video.)

This webinar explores some of the psychological explanations of what makes us experience stress and people’s typical responses to it. The session uses real life stories from dental teams to touch on some of the wider impacts of the current pandemic on wellbeing.

(Hosted by ProDental CPD. )

Panellists from the UK and Ireland Royal Colleges came together to discuss the training issues facing the profession and in particular the current cohorts of undergraduates and trainees in dentistry.

(Hosted by RCS Edinburgh)

Through real-life experiences, this webinar highlights how disability can impact providing oral health and treatment. Dental care professionals who have disabilities or care for family members with disabilities, also discussed some of the barriers they faced in performing their duties.

(Hosted by ProDental CPD. The webinar is free to view. If you are not already registered with ProDental, you will need to register as a free PAYG user)

Ian Mills, Dean, joined Nigel Jones, Practice Plan Sales and Marketing Director, to discuss the big issues and talking points that matter in NHS dentistry today - from the latest thinking around fallow time, thoughts on NHS activity targets and how the pandemic could be a catalyst for change. 

This webinar shares knowledge from aviation, medicine, dentistry and delivers relevant tips for dental practice, helping to minimise risk and deliver high quality patient care. It looks at real life stories, why mistakes happen and what to do when they occur.

(Hosted by ProDental CPD. )

The panelists from the UK and Ireland dental faculties discussed issues and answered questions on COVID-19 testing and vaccinations, and what this means for dentistry. (Hosted by FGDP(UK))

Through the sharing of real life experiences, this webinar discussed the nature and consequences of gender inequality in dentistry and what can be done to address it.

(Hosted by ProDental CPD. The webinar is free to view. If you are not already registered with ProDental, you will need to register as a free PAYG user)

The Deans of the UK and Ireland dental faculties discuss the current situation for dentistry and COVID-19, and answer questions on what this means for practitioners. (Hosted by FDS at RCS England)

This year's Memorial Lecture was delivered by Professor Liz Kay MBE FFGDP(UK) on the theme of The Future of Dentistry - Lessons From COVID-19.

(Hosted by ProDental CPD. The webinar is free to view. If you are not already registered with ProDental, you will need to register as a free PAYG user)

This webinar brought together an expert panel to look at the research and science behind the current recommendations from FGDP(UK) and College of General Dentistry, and SDCEP on COVID-19.

(Hosted by ProDental CPD. If you are not already registered with ProDental, you will need to register as a PAYG user)

The panel discussed the latest guidance regarding AGPs, including the methodology behind the most recent guidance. The webinar also discusses a range of mitigations to reduce AGPs.

(Hosted by ProDental CPD. If you are not already registered with ProDental, you will need to register as a PAYG user)

Inequalities in oral health and challenges of oral care delivery in a post pandemic era are considered in this series of short lectures.

(Hosted by ProDental CPD. If you are not already registered with ProDental, you will need to register as a PAYG user)

This webinar explores the importance of the whole dental team in preventing infections and optimising antibiotic use. It reviews current legislation, regulations, and guidelines in relation to antibiotic prescribing with the aim of inspiring dental teams to play their part in tackling the global problem of antibiotic resistance.

(Hosted by ProDental CPD. If you are not already registered with ProDental, you will need to register as a PAYG user)

This webinar looks at the important and often challenging role dental nurses play in dental implant team. We consider the patient's journey during dental implant treatment, emphasisng the importance of effective patient communication, and ask what makes a dental nurse a comprehensive dental implant assistant?

(Hosted by ProDental CPD. If you are not already registered with ProDental, you will need to register as a PAYG user)

This webinar has been developed for dentists and dental care professionals practising outside the UK, with the opportunity to address the most popular and relevant questions, and is being hosted in association with the College of General Dentistry, Sri Lankan Dental Association, Kenya Dental Association, Prodental CPD and the Nepal Dental Association.

(Hosted by ProDental CPD. If you are not already registered with ProDental, you will need to register as a PAYG user)

(Hosted by ProDental CPD. The webinar is free to view. If you are not already registered with ProDental, you will need to register as a free PAYG user)

Bringing together real life experiences from dental practitioners,  the panelists and participants in this webinar considered the situation in the profession and looked at ways to address diversity and equality.

(Hosted by ProDental CPD. The webinar is free to view. If you are not already registered with ProDental, you will need to register as a free PAYG user)

This webinar looked at the role of the DCP and what risks they face from COVID-19, and how they can keep themselves, their patients and colleagues safe.

(Hosted by ProDental CPD. The webinar is free to view. If you are not already registered with ProDental, you will need to register as a free PAYG user)

The panel discussed the risk-based approach to dentistry during the pandemic to allow for safe practice. This webinar will help practitioners to understand the concept and apply the risk-based approach. 

(Hosted by ProDental CPD. The webinar is free to view. If you are not already registered with ProDental, you will need to register as a free PAYG user)

Faculty Dean, Ian Mills, joined Sara Hurley, CDO England,  and others on an expert panel to discuss the latest guidance on a safe return to practice. (Hosted by LDC Confederation)

With a high incidence of stress and depression amongst dental professionals, the webinar highlights the emotional and financial support available.

(Hosted by ProDental CPD. The webinar is free to view. If you are not already registered with ProDental, you will need to register as a free PAYG user)

Panelists from the Dental Faculties discussed the latest developments around COVID-19, including returning to practice and the guidance available. (Hosted by Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow)

This interactive webinar takes a look at the common myths and misconceptions surrounding COVID-19 and dentistry.

(Hosted by ProDental CPD. The webinar is free to view. If you are not already registered with ProDental, you will need to register as a free PAYG user)

A panel of the task force group members answered questions about the return to work guidance. (Hosted by FGDP(UK))

The panel answered questions on health and well being issues during the pandemic. (Hosted by FDS at RCS England)

The panelists answered questions and discussed a range of issues including what is an AGP, what are the risks, and how can practitioners address these risks in practice. (Hosted by RCS Edinburgh)

Panelists from the Dental Faculties answered questions from viewers on the challenges ahead for the dental community. (Hosted by FGDP(UK))

The panelists from the Dental Faculties answered questions on treating patients with urgent care needs during the pandemic. (Hosted by Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow)

The session consisted of a Q&A on how dental practice and dental surgery is coping with the current pandemic. (Hosted by FDS at RCS England)