Gareth Calvert: Problem solving the restoration of the Endodontically treated tooth

West of Scotland Campus in Blantyre
Thursday 14th March 2024 from 6:30pm.

In Person Event
West of Scotland Campus in Blantyre
Hamilton International Technology Park, Stephenson Pl, Blantyre, Glasgow G72 0LH
FREE to mandate holders
£30 for non-mandate holders

14 March 2024
6:30pm Registration: Tea/Coffee and Sandwiches will be served
7:15pm: Shelley Percival
7:30-8:30pm: Gareth Calvert
8:30pm: Q&A

CPDA applied for

An update from Shelley Percival, Director of Dentistry of NHS Lanarkshire and Clinical Director at General Dental Services, will launch the evening:

  • ⁠To provide an update on the public dental service & hospital dental service, it’s remobilisation & current referral pathways & waiting times
  • to discuss any concerns/queries GDPs have

Gareth Calvert will then provide an interactive lecture to promote the discussion of common challenges and dismiss historical dogma when restoring or dismantling the Endodontically treated tooth.


  • To discuss the various clinical factors that influence decision making when restoring or dismantling the Endodontically treated teeth
  • To illustrate restoring anterior and posterior teeth
  • To demonstrate how to dismantle a post-core crown

Learning Objectives

  • To understand the indications for direct and indirect restorations
  • To understand the complexities when restoring anterior and posterior teeth
  • To understand the highlighted points in a demonstration of how to dismantle a post-core crown

Gareth Calvert Bio

Gareth is a Consultant and Specialist in Restorative Dentistry, and an Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer. 

His clinical practice is divided between the multidisciplinary oral rehabilitation of patients with hypodontia, including all aspect of surgical grafting and dental implant treatment, and single specialty interest of endodontics, particularly endodontic microsurgery and surgical repair of external cervical resorption.  

Gareth delivers education in various formats in the UK and abroad but particularly enjoys the privilege of cadaveric courses. 

Gareth has published widely on various clinically relevant topics but is most proud of publishing the most clinically relevant book on dental trauma with his good friend Aws. 


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