A: Effective communication with patients, the dental team and others across dentistry, including when obtaining consent, dealing with complaints, and raising concerns when patients are at risk., C: Maintenance and development of knowledge and skill within your field of practice.,
Oral lichen planus is one of several mucosal conditions that dental practitioners need to be familiar with, especially in relation to malignant transformation. This presentation will provide a valuable update in its diagnosis, management, and the importance of appropriate timely referral.
Professor of Oral Medicine and Experimental Oral Pathology Faculty of Dentistry, Oral and Craniofacial Science, King's College London Professor Warnakulasuriya is an emeritus professor of Oral Medicine and Experimental Pathology at King’s College London, UK and was the Chairman of the Oral Medicine Division at King’s College Hospital and at Guy’s Hospital, London from 2005 -2015. He has made major contributions in cancer epidemiology, oral medicine and experimental pathology. He is a leading expert on human carcinogens, especially tobacco, alcohol and areca nut that cause mouth cancer. Professor Warnakulasuriya has also been involved in developing the terminology and classification of oral potentially malignant disorders and studied their natural history and molecular changes during progression to malignancy. He has made substantial contributions to the world literature.
Professor Warnakulasuriya was made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) by Her Majesty The Queen in 2008 for his services to medicine , received the IADR Distinguished Scientist Award in Oral Medicine and Pathology in 2014, was acknowledged by his peers this year by electing him as a Fellow of King's College London (FKC) for sustained and significant contributions to the College and holds the Honorary Life Membership of the International Association for Oral Pathology.
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