The webinar is free for members, non-member charges are £20 Hygienist/Therapist, £30 Dentist.

Bookings will close at midday on Monday 20 May 2024.

Registering instructions will be sent out on Monday 20 May 2024, as you need to register with Zoom (a quick and simple process).  After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar on the evening.

Only the first 500 participants to log in on the evening will be able to participate in the live event.  

However, booked participants will be able to view the webinar after the event on the BSP website.  You will be notified when the recorded presentation is available for viewing.

1.5 hours CPD is offered to all delegates who have booked and viewed the webinar. Bookings must have been made through the BSP website. Non-members will need their booking reference number to obtain CPD. Evaluation form and CPD certificates will be available after the event on the website.  



  • To present some of the medical conditions that may impact on periodontal health and the treatment of periodontal disease.

  • To discuss how medical conditions might influence periodontal treatment.  


  • Recognise some of the medical conditions that may impact on periodontal health and periodontal treatment.

  • Identify some of the situations which may require modifications to treatment plans to maintain periodontal health or deliver periodontal treatment.

  • Explain some of the options for how the treatment plan might be modified.

GDC Development Outcomes A & C.




Professor Shauna Culshaw

Shauna Culshaw is Professor of Periodontology and Immunology at the University of Glasgow, where she is Clinical Dental Research Facility Lead and Lead for Undergraduate teaching in Periodontics. Shauna completed specialist training in Periodontics and treats patients referred to Glasgow Dental Hospital with advanced periodontal diseases and provides specialist training to staff.  Shauna and her research team investigate the immune response in the oral cavity and the relationship between periodontitis and systemic inflammatory diseases.