Be part of a stronger dental community
On 1 July 2021, the Faculty in the West of Scotland becomes CGDent Scotland. Although our name will change we'll continue to run our Annual Study Day, Study Groups and support colleagues at student and VT level in particular.
In the first few weeks of July 2021 we'll update our site and let you know how you can be part of a new chapter in dentistry.
The FGDP was formed in 1992 and ever since the West of Scotland has been a dynamic team focused on representing all grass roots dentists and members of the dental profession. It’s our goal to encourage dental professionals to share knowledge, learn new skills and work together to improve their practices.
That work will continue in 2021 as we become CGDent Scotland.
Join the new College of General Dentistry
The new College of General Dentistry is here!
All FGDP(UK) members have been invited to join the new College. Membership of CGDent will be open to all members of the dental team.
Join now to be part of a new beginning in dentistry.
For the MFDS and to refresh your skills
Focusing on MFDS Tuition for Part 2 in May 2022
Our study group programme in Glasgow is designed to give you an understanding of the topics and skills covered in parts 1 and 2 of the MFDS examination. Using face-to-face tutorials and online resources and have achieved success rates of 100% every year since 2017. In June 2020 we went online and expanded this programme to cover the MFDS and provide a platform for dentists who would like to reinforce their skills and knowledge after months away from treating patients.
The CG Dent Scotland Study Day 2021
A successful day of face-to-face perio and endo
The CGDent Scotland, Glasgow Study Day at Glasgow Science Centre on Friday 3 December featured world-class, headline speakers Iain Chapple and Carol Tait. They presented lectures featuring informative updates on treatments for perio and endodontics. The closing Caldwell Lecture presented by Steve Bonsor focused on new materials and techniques. Delegates benefited from six hours of enhanced CPDA, a three-course lunch and the drinks reception.
Booking for Study Day 2022 will open soon!
Sustainability in Healthcare and Education
Jeremy Bagg co-hosting with Julian Fisher from Charite University in Berlin, a 3 day University of Glasgow COP26 satellite meeting entitled ‘Sustainability in Healthcare and Education – Global Challenges and Solutions’. The webinar was joined by over 1500 delegates from more than 80 countries. The first two days focused on Global Oral Health. The videos are scheduled with time stamps to allow viewers to dip in and out of particular presentations of interest.
Want to be an exhibitor?
Exhibition space is now limited for the study day. Please contact Patricia at email@example.com to book your place and meet more than 400 dental professionals from Scotland and across the UK.