24 May 21

 Friday 28th May 2021

Our expert panellists will explore the science of BioMin, a quantum leap in toothpaste technology, and share best practices in both remineralising and whitening treatment protocols in a clinical setting. Drawing from their vast and varied professional experience, our specialists will share insight into how optimized oral hygiene can help develop a profitable practice – a win-win for patients and clinicians.

BioMin Technologies proudly presents a dental webinar entitled “The ‘smart’ way to provide preventative oral care for a profitable practice”, for the Dentistry Oral Health Summit on 28th May, hosted by Victoria Wilson @smilerevolution_podcast Our expert panel includes Diane Rochford (President of the BSDHT) / Professor Robert Hill (Chair of Dental Physical Sciences at Barts and the London Medical School, and Chief Scientific Officer of BioMin) / as well as Harley St. dentists Dr Victoria Sampson / and orthodontist Dr Ariane Sampson (@thedentalsisters) / plus Joss Harding (@flossjoss), a specialist in dental care for cancer patients.

In this dental webinar we will explore the science of BioMin, a quantum leap in toothpaste technology. Our specialists – from professional experience as dental therapists, dentists and orthodontists – will share best practice: integrating clinical remineralising protocols; making tooth whitening treatments more effective and comfortable for patients; and sharing insight on how optimized oral hygiene can help develop a profitable practice – a win-win for patients and clinicians.

Aims and Objectives (to align with GDC development outcomes) for CPD:

  • Understand the science behind BioMin’s ground-breaking bioactive materials to manage sensitivity and remineralisation
  • Fulfill patients’ needs by improving their quality of life through better oral hygiene
  • Integrate the use of innovative home-care solutions, like BioMin, into your dental practice and recognise how and why improved oral health can be a real win-win for the patient and the dental practice Learning outcomes
  • To be equipped with the relevant scientific information to make better informed decisions regarding advising patients on dentine sensitivity and remineralisation treatment
  • Integrating oral hygiene protocols into best practice for the benefit of patients and the practice
  • Better fulfill patients’ needs and expectations and improve patients’ experience, retention and recommendation

GDC Development Outcomes: C and D

  • C. Maintenance and development of knowledge and skill within your field of practice
  • D. Maintenance of skills, behaviours and attitudes which maintain patient confidence in you and the dental profession and put patients’ interests first
Our expert panellists for the Oral Health Summit event - BioMin


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Our Presenter

Victoria Wilson

Ms Victoria Wilson,
Dental Therapist – BSc, Dip. DT (RCS Eng.), Dip. DH (RCS Eng.)

Victoria began her journey as a dental therapist at the Eastman Dental Hospital, London, in 2001. Her professional experience spans two continents, having worked within practice in the UK, both NHS and private sector, and the UAE private sector.

She is the founder and former President of the Emirates Dental Hygienist Club. She held the position of Website Officer on Council for the British Association of Dental Therapists (BADT), and has been a member of the House of Delegates for the International Federation of Dental Hygienists (IFDH) and has sat on the Communication and Public Relations committee for the IFDH. 

Victoria currently consults and is a key opinion leader for multiple industry leaders and runs the Smile Revolution, an oral health promotional hub that utilises a range of communication channels in promoting oral health. The Smile Revolution podcast has over 9,000 listeners around the world.


Our Speakers

Robert Hill

Prof. Robert Hill Director and Chief Scientific Officer, BioMin Technologies

Professor Hill is a Materials Engineer with a PhD in Chemical Engineering from Imperial College. In his early career Robert worked with Alan Wilson on Glass Ionomer Cements (GICs) and in 1988 was part of the Group that won the Queens Award.

He was formerly Professor of Biomaterials at Imperial College. Robert Hill is the inventor of Serenocem® a GIC for ENT surgery and a co-inventor of Ultradex Recalcifying and Whitening – a nano hydroxyapatite toothpaste.

In 2013, he won the Alan Wilson prize for Dental Materials and led the group that won the Armourers and Brasiers Venture Prize.

In 2014 he co-founded BioMin Technologies Limited, a Queen Mary University of London spin-out, based on key patents filed on Fluoride Containing Bioactive Glasses.



Dr Victoria Sampson

Dr Victoria Sampson obtained her Bachelor in Dental Surgery from Barts and the London, where she was also chosen to represent the UK in a four month training program at the renowned Karolinska Institute in Sweden. She completed her Foundation Training in central London, ranking in the top 100 newly qualified dentists in the country.

Victoria is particularly passionate about encompassing all aspects of health and sees the mouth as a mirror of general health. She uses biomarkers and inflammatory markers in her work to diagnose and monitor patients throughout their treatment, often working with other specialties to treat patients as a whole. Victoria has been at the forefront of change in dentistry and has published numerous papers both in the UK and internationally, with her most recent publication in the British Dental Journal being the most cited and viewed article ever published.

Most recently, Victoria was shortlisted as one of the most promising young scientists in Europe for the Forbes 30 under 30 in Science and Healthcare 2021 for her efforts and devotion to healthcare. Victoria has successfully acquired the Diploma of Membership of the Joint Dental Faculties from the Royal College of Surgeons (England), and is currently completing her diploma in Facial Aesthetics as well as Restorative Dentistry. Victoria currently splits her time between two private dental practices based in the Harley Street District and St James’ Park.


Dr Ariane Sampson

Dr Ariane Sampson

Ariane qualified from Barts and The London School of Medicine. She initially worked as a general dentist in Cambridge, London and Devon, during which time she completed extra training in Dental Implants. She obtained her Membership of the Faculty of Dental Surgery with the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.

Ariane held senior house officer and senior clinical fellow appointments in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery and Paediatric Dentistry at Northwick Park, The Royal London and Addenbrookes Hospitals. Ariane began Orthodontic specialty training at Addenbrookes and Luton & Dunstable Hospitals after which she gained her Membership in Orthodontics with the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and her Masters in Orthodontics from Kings College, London. Ariane continues to carry out research into links between social media and orthodontics and has a special interest in the use of mini-screws in orthodontics as a neat way to obtain anchorage for efficient tooth movement. Ariane is a registered Specialist in Orthodontics.


Joss Harding 

Joss started her dental career in the Royal Navy in 1987, qualifying as a dental hygienist at RADC Aldershot in 1992.

Moving to Gloucestershire, Joss has been with the team at Confident Dental and Implant Clinic in Stroud, Gloucestershire, since 2007. In 2018 Joss won Dental Hygienist of the Year.

Joss is a clinical ambassador for the Mouth Cancer Foundation and was invited by BSDHT to be a working party member updating the PHE DBOH guidelines in the prevention and early detection of mouth cancer.

Joss is part of the United Kingdom Oral Management in Cancer care group (UKOMIC) and has recently become involved in the consensus group with the World Dental Federation (FDI) to help with the development of an interprofessional course to improve the mouth care of cancer patients.

Joss has been published in many medical and dental publications and she speaks nationally to dental, medical and patient groups to help drive for a more collaborative holistic approach to cancer care. She is actively involved in charitable work including “Talking Mouths Talking Cancer Care”.

Joss is currently studying an MSc in Advanced and Specialist Healthcare with the University of Kent.


Diane Rochford

Diane Rochford

Diane began her career in dentistry as a dental nurse before qualifying as a dental hygienist at Guy’s Hospital, London in March 1996, before joining Dr Linda Greenwalls team in September 1996 where she continues to work, utilising her full scope of practice in all areas of dental hygiene, including tooth whitening.

Since 2008, Diane has been teaching with Dr Greenwall on her tooth whitening courses in the UK and overseas, before teaching her own specifically for dental hygienists and dental therapists in 2010, she has also written and published articles for various publications including Dental Health and in 2016, completed the BSc (Hons) degree course in Dental Studies for Dental Care Professionals at University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN).

A BSDHT (formally BDHA) member since qualifying, Diane has held the positions of elected council member, North West Regional group representative on council and President-Elect before taking on the role of President in November 2020.