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HKU Faculty of Dentistry Ranked World’s No.1 Dental Faculty in Three Consecutive Years
The Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Hong Kong is ranked the top dental school in the world in the latest QS University Rankings by Subject 2018 published on 1 March 2018.
The Faculty, following 2016 and 2018, is once again honored to be ranked Top 1 in the subject of Dentistry among 364 institutions from different countries this year. The remarkably high score obtained by the Faculty indicates its overall outstanding performance.
The continuous success of the Faculty is contributed by its focus on research, education and knowledge exchange as well as the outstanding achievements of the academic staff and students. The Faculty engages outstanding teaching and research professionals from 17 countries and attracts talented local and international students from Hong Kong, Mainland China, Asia and other parts of the world. All these lead to the attainment of advancing oral health and well-being for the people of Hong Kong as well as its neighbouring regions.
Professor Thomas Flemmig, Dean of HKU Faculty of Dentistry, welcomes participants at the celebration
A celebration hosted by Professor Thomas Flemmig, Dean of Faculty of Dentistry, was held in the evening of 1 March 2018 at the Lounge in the PPDH premises. It was attended by about 100 participants including HKU and the Faculty’s senior management team members, academic staff and students.
Professor Thomas Flemmig shared his excitement and happiness about the Top 1 ranking at the Celebration. Everyone was thrilled and honored that the Faculty has been ranked Top 1 in the third year.
Faculty of Dentistry made a hat trick
With the possession of valuable resources accumulated over the past 35 years, the Faculty has developed various programmes for training dentists. These include undergraduate programme, research postgraduate (RPG) and taught postgraduate (TPG) programmes in the disciplines of Applied Oral Sciences, Dental Public Health, Endodontology, Operative Dentistry, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Orthodontics, Paediatric Dentistry, Periodontology and Prosthodontics.
The Top 1 ranking reaffirms the global recognition of the Faculty’s achievements in offering quality academic programmes for training professional dentists. With the joint efforts of all the staff and students, the Faculty will continue to strive for academic excellence and program innovation.
Faculty News
Clinical Pledging Ceremony 2018
Professor Thomas Flemmig, Dean, Faculty of Dentistry [front row left 9], Dr Haston Liu, President, Hong Kong Dental Association [front row left 8], Professor Gary Cheung, Associate Dean (Undergraduate Education) [front row left 7] and teaching staff together with Class 2022 BDS students at the Ceremony
The Clinical Pledging Ceremony 2018 for the Class 2022 BDS students was held on 2 March 2018 at the Lecture Theatre in the Prince Philip Dental Hospital. Professor Thomas Flemmig, Dean of Faculty of Dentistry and Professor Gary Cheung Shun-pan, Associate Dean (Undergraduate Education), together with the Guest of Honour, Dr Haston Liu Wai-ming, President of the Hong Kong Dental Association, witnessed the ceremony.
The Clinical Pledge represented the students’ solemn commitment of taking on their professional responsibilities before providing clinical care to their patients, as indicated by Professor Flemmig in his welcome speech. He further commented that knowledge and skills were essential to our dental students, and developing professional integrity and adhering to high ethical standards throughout their professional lives were equally important.
Dr Haston Liu congratulated the students that the Clinical Pledging Ceremony marked the beginning of a new page of treating patients. He urged them to uphold the professional conduct, assume the responsibility of providing dental care for the best interest of the patients, not only for their academic pursuit but also for the dental career ahead.
77 students of the BDS Class 2022, witnessed by their family members and friends, solemnly made the Pledge. The Ceremony was ended in applause after two students representing Class 2022 gave their vote of thanks.
Knowledge Exchange and Community Engagement
World Oral Health Day Exhibition 2018
The Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Hong Kong organised an Oral Health Exhibition to mark the World Oral Health Day (WOHD) on Tuesday, 20 March 2018 in the main lobby of the Prince Philip Dental Hospital. The theme of this year’s WOHD ‘Say Ahh: Think Mouth, Think Health’ is to highlight the connection between oral health and general health. The aim is to educate public that keeping a healthy mouth is crucial to overall health and quality of life. To tie in with the theme, the exhibition was designed to empower people to maintain a healthy mouth at all ages.
Professor May Wong, Professor in Dental Public Health, HKU Faculty of Dentistry [left 6] officiates at the opening ceremony of the WOHD Exhibition
Professor May Wong Chun-mei, Professor in Dental Public Health of HKU Faculty of Dentistry, officiated at the opening ceremony of the WOHD Exhibition. She expressed that this annual event was meaningful and indispensable to raise public awareness on improving oral health and developing good oral hygiene habits.
Visitors in different ages gain tips of keeping good oral health
The exhibition provided the public with oral health information via posters, leaflets, educational puzzles and quizzes. Over 200 interested visitors in different ages came to the exhibition. Kids were excited playing with the puzzles while parents were getting tips of keeping children’s good oral health.
World Oral Health Day is the largest global awareness campaign on oral health by the FDI World Dental Federation (www.fdiworlddental.org). The campaign empowers cross-sectorial collaborations among governments, health professionals and associations, and the wider public to highlight the importance of oral hygiene and health.
The Oral Health Exhibition was organised by the Faculty’s External Relations & Knowledge Exchange Unit with financial support from the HKU Knowledge Exchange Fund 2018-2018.
Knowledge Exchange and Community Engagement
Smiley Action Day in Sha Tin
The Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Hong Kong and Project Concern Hong Kong1 (PCHK) co-organised the Smiley Action Day, an oral health carnival on Saturday, 27 January 2018, at Sha Tin Town Hall Open Stage. The objective of the event was to raise public awareness of oral health and the importance of dental check-up.
Officiating at the opening ceremony of the event were Dr Haston Liu Wai-ming, President of Hong Kong Dental Association, Professor Chu Chun-hung, Associate Dean (External Relations) of HKU Faculty of Dentistry, Dr Abraham Wong Tat-chang, Vice-Chairman PCHK, Prof the Hon Joseph Lee Kok-long, Legco member, Health Services, Ms Babe Chan Ying-yee, Executive Director PCHK and Mr Wai Hing-cheung, Sha Tin District Council Member.
Professor Chu Chun-hung, Associate Dean (External Relations) of HKU Faculty of Dentistry [left 2], Dr Haston Liu Wai-ming, President of Hong Kong Dental Association [left 3], Dr Abraham Wong Tat-chang, Vice-Chairman PCHK [right 3], Prof the Hon Joseph Lee Kok-long, Legco member Health Services [right 2], Ms Babe Chan Ying-yee, Executive Director PCHK [right 1], and Mr Wai Hing-cheung, Sha Tin District Council Member [left 1] officiate at the opening ceremony
Officiating guests and HKU Faculty of Dentistry students at the Smiley Action Day
22 students of HKU Faculty of Dentistry led by Professor Chu, offered free dental examinations, treatments and oral health education for adults and children attending the event. PCHK provided three of their mobile dental buses for on-site dental checkup and treatment including tooth extraction and dental scaling. Nearly 300 members of the general public received free dental check-up and urgent treatment service during the day.
Three mobile dental buses provide on-site dental checkup and treatment services
The HKU Faculty of Dentistry and PCHK has co-organised oral health carnival four times a year in Hong Kong. The Smiley Action Day received funding support from the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust through PCHK. It is also part of an HKU Impact Project funded by HKU Knowledge Exchange Fund 2018-2018, with the aim of transferring dental knowledge and skills into action to improve oral health of the general public.
1 Project Concern Hong Kong is a local NGO providing general medical and dental clinics and other charitable social service to the low income sector of the community.
Upcoming Events
Faculty KE Award Ceremony 2018 & ICD Student KE Prize
The Faculty of Dentistry is going to hold the Faculty KE Award Ceremony 2018 & International College of Dentists (ICD) Student KE Prize on 17 April 2018. Details are shown below:
Date: 17 April 2018 (Tuesday)
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Venue: Lecture Theatre 1, The Prince Philip Dental Hospital, 34 Hospital Road, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong
Guests of Honour:
Mr Chua Hoi-wai, Chief Executive, The Hong Kong Council of Social Service
Dr William Cheung, Vice-President, International College of Dentists, Section XV
Professor Andy Hor, Vice-President and Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research), HKU
You are cordially invited to attend the event. Please register online https://goo.gl/DXtaMT on or before 5 April 2018.
Upcoming Events
Continuing Dental Education (CDE) Seminars
Topic: "An update on dental record keeping and its impact to daily practice"
Speaker: Dr Dominic Ho, Clinical Assistant Professor in Periodontology, HKU Faculty of Dentistry
Date: 18 April 2018
Time: 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Venue: Lecture Theatre 1, The Prince Philip Dental Hospital, 34 Hospital Road, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong
Please register on or before 16 April 2018 via http://www.facdenthk.org/cme/courses.asp?mcode=Perio
You may check out 2018 CDE Seminars Schedule at http://www.facdenthk.org/cme/cme_summary.asp
The Faculty offers regular lectures and courses for continuing dental education and continuing professional development. To learn more about 2018 CDE courses, please visit http://facdent.hku.hk/cde
Bulletin: January 2018
35th Anniversary Gala Dinner Cum Celebration of World’s No. 1 Dental Faculty on 23 November 2018
Guests of Honour [from left to right]: Professor Peter Mathieson, HKU President and Vice-Chancellor, Professor the Hon Sophia Chan, Secretary for Food and Health, The Hon Mrs Carrie Lam, the HKSAR Chief Executive & HKU Chancellor, Professor the Hon Arthur Li, HKU Council Chairman and Professor Thomas Flemmig, Dean of HKU Faculty of Dentistry toast to the exciting future of the Faculty
The Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Hong Kong (HKU) hosted a Gala Dinner on 23 November 2018 at Harbour Grand Hong Kong, celebrating the Faculty’s 35th Anniversary and its ranking as World's No. 1 dental faculty for the second year in a row by the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2018.
The Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Hong Kong (HKU) hosted a Gala Dinner on 23 November 2018 at Harbour Grand Hong Kong, celebrating the Faculty’s 35th Anniversary and its ranking as World's No. 1 dental faculty for the second year in a row by the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2018.
The Gala Dinner was the most cherished and memorable event participated by over 350 distinguished guests from Hong Kong and overseas, including government officials, international scholars, dental professionals, prominent business representatives as well as the Faculty’s former Deans, alumni, academic staff and students.
At the dinner, The Hon Mrs Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, the HKSAR Chief Executive and HKU Chancellor, Professor the Hon Sophia Chan Siu-chee, Secretary for Food and Health, Professor the Hon Arthur Li Kwok-cheung, HKU Council Chairman, Professor Peter Mathieson, HKU President and Vice-Chancellor, together with Professor Thomas Flemmig, Dean of HKU Faculty of Dentistry officiated at the ceremony. The honourable guests inserted the 35th Anniversary plaque on the giant tooth on stage while everyone cheered “Happy Birthday!”
The Chief Executive praises the Faculty in her speech
Professor Thomas Flemmig shares with audience the 35 years of excellence of the Faculty of Dentistry
"It is a pleasure to be here to celebrate with you the 35th Anniversary of the Faculty of Dentistry. Congratulation once again on the Faculty being ranked the world's No. 1 dental school. Your consistently outstanding ranking recognises the excellence of the Faculty in teaching and research," the Chief Executive praised the Faculty in her speech. She also mentioned, "The ambition of the Faculty goes well beyond teaching and research, indeed it is the close engagement with the local community and the world at large, that truly distinguishes HKU Faculty of Dentistry. The whole Faculty's staff and students are actively engaged in continuous community project and are committed to promoting oral and dental health in society."
Professor Flemmig said in his welcome address, "The Faculty focuses on research, education and knowledge exchange contributing to our achievements today, thereby contributing to the advancement of oral health and well-being in Hong Kong, the region and the world. Two out of three dentists and two out of three dental specialists practicing in Hong Kong were trained in the HKU Faculty of Dentistry". He added, "To address the issue of shortage of dentists, especially dental specialists in Hong Kong, the Institute for Advanced Dentistry (IAD) was established early this year." IAD is a centre of excellence for the management of complex and severe oral conditions, which also provides continuous education opportunities and dental care services to the Hong Kong community.
Performance by our talented alumni and students lit up the night. A video show of the Faculty’s 35 years of excellence was led in by our students singing “Brighten Me with Virtues”, followed by a violin solo, magic shows and a capella performance.
The event ended successfully and everyone left with fond memories.
Over 350 local and overseas guests attended the gala dinner
Distinguished guests attending the Gala Dinner include our Guests of Honour, Faculty’s former Deans, HKU senior management team, alumni and students
Professor Chu Chun-hung, Associate Dean (External Relations) and Clinical Professor in Family Dentistry [left 4], Professor Deng Xuliang, Vice Dean, Peking University School of Stomatology [left 5], Professor Edward Lo, Tam Wah-ching Professor in Dental Science and Chair Professor of Dental Public Health [left 6] and other guests
Our Dean and academic staff share the joy of the Faculty's ranking as World’s No. 1 dental faculty at the Gala Dinner
Bulletin: January 2018
35th Anniversary Symposium on 23 November 2018
[from left to right] Professor Frederick Smales, Professor Stephen Wei, Professor Thomas Flemmig, Professor Lakshman Samaranayake and Professor Edward Lo at the "Deans' Discussion Forum"
Concurrent with the 35th Anniversary Gala Dinner Cum Celebration of World’s No.1 Dental Faculty on 23 November 2018 was a whole-day Symposium at the Prince Philip Dental Hospital. The Symposium received overwhelming response. Over 180 participants including local and overseas dental professionals, alumni, academic staff and students attended the event.
We were honoured to have six speakers who have attained remarkable and outstanding achievements in the dental profession to share their insights in various dental disciplines and related issues on this occasion. They were Dr Ansgar Cheng, Dr Franklin She, Dr Haston Liu, Dr Alex Chan, Dr Lily Tong and Professor Esmonde Corbet. Their presentations not only brought us knowledge about the latest developments, challenges and opportunities in various disciplines, but also the aspects of treatment consideration, legislative concerns and voluntary dental service.
The “Deans’ Discussion Forum” was the highlight of the Symposium. During the session, our former Deans of the Faculty Professor Stephen Wei, Professor Frederick Smales, Professor Lakshman Samaranayake and Professor Edward Lo together with the current Faculty Dean Professor Thomas Flemmig exchanged their views on the topic of "35 years of excellence, what's next?”. Their discussions provided the audience with insights into the way forward for future development.
Bulletin: January 2018
Dentistry vs Medicine : A Friendly Alumni Soccer Match on 21 October 2018
A Friendly Alumni Soccer Match between the Faculty of Dentistry and the Faculty of Medicine was held on 21 October 2018 at Stanley Ho Sports Centre in celebration of the 35th Anniversary of Faculty of Dentistry.
We were glad to have Dr the Hon Pierre Chan, Member of the Legislative Council (Medical), Professor Law Wai-lun, Associate Dean (Clinical Affairs) of Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine and Professor Thomas Flemmig, Dean of Faculty of Dentistry to officiate at the kick-off ceremony. Over 50 alumni, staff and students from the two faculties joined the soccer game. Both teams demonstrated their professional soccer skills and brought everyone a great performance that night.
Upcoming Events
35th Anniversary Symposium and Gala Dinner to be Held on 23 November 2018
2017 marks the 35th Anniversary of the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Hong Kong. The Faculty will be hosting the most anticipated one-day Scientific Symposium at the Prince Philip Dental Hospital, together with a Gala Dinner at Harbour Grand Hong Kong in the evening on 23 November 2018.
At the dinner, we will also celebrate the Faculty being ranked the world's No.1 Dental Faculty for the second year in a row, by the 2018 QS World University Rankings by Subject.
Please come and join us on this special occasion. Details are as follows:
Date: 23 November 2018 (Thursday)
Symposium
Time: 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Venue: Lecture Theatre 1, Prince Philip Dental Hospital
* CME/CPD Credits
For registration and program details, please visit: http://dent35.facdent.hku.hk/symposium.php
Gala Dinner
Time: 6:00 pm Cocktail Reception | 7:00 pm Dinner
Venue: Harbour Grand Hong Kong, 1/F Grand Ballroom, 23 Oil Street, North Point, Hong Kong
To enjoy our early bird registration, please visit below link: http://dent35.facdent.hku.hk/
Knowledge Exchange & Community Engagement
Oral Health Exhibition Held on National Love Teeth Day on 20 September 2018
To celebrate China's National Love Teeth Day, the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Hong Kong organised the Oral Health Exhibition for the general public as well as the Workshop on Tobacco Cessation Counselling for dental students on 20 September 2018 in the premises of the Prince Philip Dental Hospital.
The Exhibition provided the public with oral health information, brushing and flossing demonstrations, quizzes and games to enhance oral health knowledge.
The opening of the Exhibition was officiated by Prof Thomas Flemmig, Dean of the Faculty, together with Prof Chu Chun Hung, Associate Dean (External Relations) and Prof Edward Lo Chin Man, Chair Professor of Dental Public Health. It attracted more than 200 visitors that included dental patients, elderly and parents bringing with their children who concerned about their dental health and hygiene.
The evening Workshop included a seminar to present research findings on “Dental students’ awareness, preparedness and barriers towards managing tobacco-using patients”. It introduced tobacco-cessation counselling, shared knowledge on epidemiology, and correct use of pharmacotherapy. It also provided suggestions to improve anti-tobacco trainings in HKU. Furthermore, the workshop gave a hands-on Nicotinelle Product Training.
Faculty News
The 53rd Annual Meeting of ISO/TC 106 Concludes Successfully in Hong Kong
The Annual Meeting of the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO)/Technical Committee 106 (TC 106) Dentistry concluded successfully in Hong Kong. It was hosted by the Innovation and Technology Commission, and organised by Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Hong Kong (HKU). This international meeting was held the 2nd time in Hong Kong from 20 to 25 August 2018 at the main campus of HKU. The first time was in 1986.
This was the 53rd Annual Meeting of ISO/TC 106 Dentistry and over 65 meeting sessions were scheduled. More than 300 experts and delegates in dentistry from over 20 member economies and organisations in liaison with ISO attended these meetings. The meeting produced very fruitful discussions that contributed to about 60 new international dental standards.
The ISO/TC 106 Dentistry, currently having 44 member economies with various subcommittees and working groups, has published 175 ISO standards.
Lastly, the Faculty would like to express our heartfelt thanks to Dr James Tsoi Kit Hon, Assistant Professor in Dental Materials Science, for his unparalleled contribution in organising this meeting.
Faculty News
First Osteology Research Academy Course in Hong Kong
The first Osteology Research Academy Course was held on 3-6 July 2018 in Hong Kong, in collaboration with the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Hong Kong.
It attracted 33 participants from 11 different countries. Interested researchers from Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan and the UK attended the 4-day course on good scientific practice and research methodology.
The course provided excellent opportunity of close contact and discussions with renowned and experienced presenters, networking with other young researchers from all over the world. It provided an in-depth and comprehensive overview of pre-clinical and clinical research methods. Both the presenters and the participants enjoyed the course and excellent response in all aspects was received.
Awards and Achievements
Honorary University Fellowship to be Conferred on Mr Godfrey Ngai Shing Kin
In recognition of Mr Godfrey Ngai’s contributions to the University and society, the University of Hong Kong (HKU) conferred the most prestigious award, the Honorary University Fellowship to him at the award presentation ceremony, presided by the Pro-Chancellor of the University Dr the Honourable Sir David Li on 26 September 2018.
Mr Godfrey Ngai was an instructor in Dental Technology in HKU Faculty of Dentistry from 1981 to 1998. His subsequent advancement in the dentistry profession has been significant.  His biography can be viewed from: http://www4.hku.hk/honfellows/honorary-university-fellows/mr-godfrey-shing-kin-ngai
Mr Ngai created the Modern Dental Laboratory (MDL) Company Limited in 1996. MDL becomes a global group of companies and the largest provider of dental laboratory services worldwide. Mr Ngai has unwaveringly supported HKU’s Faculty of Dentistry in postgraduate teaching and research, and the advancement of dental technology through collaborative research with MDL.
Please join us to express our heartfelt gratitude to Mr Ngai for his tremendous and continuous support to the Faculty and University.
Awards and Achievements
Implant Dentistry Commented for "Design and Quality" in Prestigious Greater China Awards
The Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) in Implant Dentistry of the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Hong Kong was commented for "Design and Quality" in prestigious Greater China awards!
The Greater China MOOC Symposium (GCMS), a platform for academics and industry professionals together to discuss recent progress in education and identify best teaching practices that MOOCs can bring, was hosted in 2018 by the Chinese University of Hong Kong. One of the most celebrated part of the symposium is the annual MOOC Awards, introduced to promote development of high-quality MOOCs in academia, industry, and enterprises and to recognise excellence.
Our Faculty's MOOC in Implant Dentistry was a finalist in the category A "Design and Quality" and one of the two HKU MOOCs that received an Honourable Mention! As MOOCs are now reaching a maturity as an educational innovation, this award comes at a great timing to acknowledge HKU and our Faculty’s efforts, and serve as an encouragement to continue and expand our on-line footprint even further!
AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS
RGC Granted General Research Fund to Five Faculty Staff
  • create social, economic, environmental or cultural impacts for industry, business or the community, by building on expertise or knowledge in the University;
  • benefit non-academic communities beyond Hong Kong; and
  • collect evidence for corroboration and evaluation of impacts arising from a research project or KE project.
Dr Waruna Lakmal Dissanayaka
Research Assistant Professor in Biomedical and Tissue Engineering
Dr Gillian Lee Hiu Man
Clinical Assistant Professor in Paediatric Dentistry
Prof Leung Wai Keung
Clinical Professor in Periodontology
Prof Edward Lo Chin Man
Tam Wah-Ching Professor in Dental Science, Chair Professor of Dental Public Health
Prof Zhang Chengfei
Clinical Professor in Endodontics
We are delighted to announce that five faculty staff of the HKU Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Hong Kong have won research grants in a total sum of HK$4.27 million from the General Research Fund (GRF) of the Hong Kong Research Grants Council (RGC) for research projects starting in 2018-18. They are:
  • Dr Waruna Lakmal Dissanayaka
  • Dr Gillian Lee Hiu Man
  • Prof Leung Wai Keung
  • Prof Edward Lo Chin Man
  • Prof Zhang Chengfei
The Faculty very much appreciates the research initiatives taken by our staff.
AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS
Knowledge Exchange Funding Exercise 2018-18
Prof Michael Bornstein
Clinical Professor in Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology
Dr Michael George Botelho
Clinical Associate Professor in Prosthodontics
Prof Chu Chun Hung
Clinical Professor in Family Dentistry
Prof Jung Han Sung
Professor in Oral Biosciences
Dr Mike Leung Yiu Yan
Clinical Associate Professor in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Prof Edward Lo Chin Man
Tam Wah-Ching Professor in Dental Science, Chair Professor of Dental Public Health
Dr Prasanna Neelakantan
Clinical Assistant Professor in Endodontology
The Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Hong Kong is pleased to announce that our 7 academic staff have received the yearly Knowledge Exchange (KE) Funding for Impact Projects 2018-18 of the University of Hong Kong and each of them are fully funded with HK$100,000. They will also receive the Faculty Knowledge Exchange Incentive Award of HK$5,000 for their successful application. They are:
  • Prof Michael Bornstein
  • Dr Michael George Botelho
  • Prof Chu Chun Hung
  • Prof Jung Han Sung
  • Dr Mike Leung Yiu Yan
  • Prof Edward Lo Chin Man
  • Dr Prasanna Neelakantan
The Knowledge Exchange Funding Scheme for Impact Projects of the University of Hong Kong aims to support staff members to undertake projects that:
  • create social, economic, environmental or cultural impacts for industry, business or the community, by building on expertise or knowledge in the University;
  • benefit non-academic communities beyond Hong Kong; and
  • collect evidence for corroboration and evaluation of impacts arising from a research project or KE project.
Faculty Upcoming
Thank You Party: Special Thanks to Honorary & Part-time Teaching Staff
Faculty expresses the gratitude towards Honorary & Part-time teaching staff for taking time from their busy schedules to teach Faculty’s students.
The Faculty is planning a thank you party to show the appreciation of staff’s good efforts in the Faculty's teaching and learning in this academic year. The details are as below:
Date: 8 June 2018, Thursday
Time: 7:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Venue: The Lounge, 7/F, PPDH
Please join us for a night of toasts, good cheer and gourmet delights celebrating your hard work. Certificates and souvenirs will be prepared.
Please register by e-mailing (your name, contact number) to dentke@hku.hk on or before 19 May 2018
If you have any queries, please e-mail Ms. Sau-wan Cheng: swcheng@hku.hk
Awards and Achievements
Research Award Won by our Post-graduate Student
Ms Irene Shuping Zhao (PhD student in Operative Dentistry) was presented with the IADR Heraeus Kulzer Travel Award at the 95th General Session & Exhibition of the IADR in San Francisco, USA, March 22-25, 2018, for her research poster presentation titled “Secondary caries prevention using silver-diamine-fluoride treatment and CPP-ACP-modified glass-ionomer cement”, which was co-authored by Dr. May Lei Mei (HKU Faculty of Dentistry), Prof Michael F Burrow (HKU Faculty of Dentistry), Prof Edward Chin-Man Lo (HKU Faculty of Dentistry) and Prof Chun-Hung Chu (HKU Faculty of Dentistry). Her primary supervisor is Prof Chun-Hung Chu and her co-supervisors are Prof Michael F Burrow and Dr. May Lei Mei.
AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS
Two Endowed Professorships Conferred to our Clinical Professors
Kingboard Professorship in Advanced Dentistry Professor Thomas F Flemmig Clinical Professor of Periodontology and the Dean of the Faculty of Dentistry was conferred the Kingboard Professorship in Advanced Dentistry at The University of Hong Kong (HKU).
Professor Flemmig earned his dental degree at the University of Freiburg, and received training in Oral Surgery at the University of Hamburg and in Periodontology at the University of California, Los Angeles. He is a specialist in Periodontology, and holds a Doctorate degree in Medical Dentistry from the University of Freiburg, a Habilitation in Medical Dentistry from the University of Würzburg, and an MBA as well as a certificate in Health Sector Management from Duke University.
Tam Wah-Ching Professorship in Dental Science 
Professor Edward CM Lo was conferred the Tam Wah-Ching Professorship in Dental Science
Professor Lo is Chair Professor of Dental Public Health, and Tam Wah-Ching Professor in Dental Science. Prof Lo is the second holder of this endowed professorship to succeed Prof. LP Samaranayake. This endowed professorship is the first one established in the Faculty of Dentistry and was made possible through a generous donation by Dr Tam Wah-Ching who is an eminent industrialist and philanthropist in Hong Kong.
Teaching and Learning
New MOOC - Materials in Oral Health!
New MOOC "Materials in Oral Health" starts on 25 April 2018
HKU MOOC lessons in "Materials in Oral Health" - contributed by Prof Vallittu (FRC), Prof Camilleri (MTA), Dr. Pow (Ceramics), Dr. Choi (Digital OMFS), Dr. Tian (Adhesion), Dr. Qiao (3D printing), Dr. James Tsoi (Digital Dentistry) and some more local and international speakers!
Free Massive Open Online Course (MOOC): Materials in Oral Health.
For details, please visit: http://tl.hku.hk/elearningblog/?pid=21702
Call for participants
Commencement lecture
Prof Michael F Burrow has joined the HKU Faculty of Dentistry on 19 April 2018. He will give a commencement lecture to all Faculty staff (including full-time, part-time, honorary, and retired staff ) and students
Title: Time moves on, make and embrace the change – that’s research!
Speaker: Prof Michael Burrow, Clinical Professor in Prosthodontics
Date: 12 June 2018 (Monday)
Time: 6:00 p.m
Venue: LT 1, Prince Philip Dental Hospital, 34 Hospital Road, Hong Kong
Call for participants
Continuing Dental Education (CDE) Seminars
Topic: "An update of digital dentistry: Past, current and future"
Speaker: Dr. Walter YH Lam, Clinical Assistant Professor in Prosthodontics at the Faculty of Dentistry, The University of Hong Kong
Date: 18 May, 2018
Time: 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Venue: LT 1, Prince Philip Dental Hospital, 34 Hospital Road, Hong Kong
Check out the full 2016-17 CDE Seminars Schedule at here
The Faculty offers regular lectures and courses for continuing dental education and continuing professional development. To learn more about CDE courses, please visit: http://facdent.hku.hk/cde
Faculty News
HKU Dentistry Tops the World in QS University Subject Rankings 2018
The Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Hong Kong has earned the world No. 1 dental school for the second year in a row according to the latest QS University Subject Rankings 2018 published on March 8, 2018. The Faculty first achieved this recognition in 2016, moving up from the second place in 2015.
Press release on Faculty Top 1 Ranking:
http://www.hku.hk/press/press-releases/detail/16014.html
Teaching and Learning
Introducing Institute of Advanced Dentistry
The HKU Council in their February 2018 meeting approved the establishment of the Institute of Advanced Dentistry (IAD), with the objective to create a centre of excellence for the management of complex and severe oral conditions. Apart from providing postgraduate dental education, foster clinical innovation, support translational and clinical research, and offer continuing dental and professional education to practicing dentists and specialists, IAD also provides affordable multispecialty advanced dental care to patients with complex and/or severe oral conditions.
The IAD Multi-Specialty Clinic is currently located on the 6th floor of the Prince Philip Dental Hospital and accepting referrals for oral conditions requiring advanced and complex treatments in all disciplines. Treatments are provided by dentists enrolled in our MDS programmes.
For more information on the IAD Multi-Specialty Clinic's operation, please send enquiries or patient referrals to cadcinfo@hku.hk (or mailing address: 6th Floor, The Prince Philip Dental Hospital, 34 Hospital Road. Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong)
Research
A Two-part Facebow for CAD/CAM Dentistry
The advancement in digital technology has revolutionized the clinical dental practice and dental laboratory in recent years. With the introduction of 3D photography, intra-oral scanner and cone-beam computer tomography, virtualization of a patient can become a reality.
Having the 3D data set of facial profile, teeth, jaw bone and other important structures, a modern dentist can easily devise the most appropriate treatment plan for the patients without their presence. However, technical difficulties are often encountered when different datasets are being merged together. In order to solve the problem, Dr. Walter Lam, Assistant Professor in Prosthodontics, and his team including Dr. Richard Hsung, Dr. Winnie Choi, Dr. Henry Luk and Dr. Edmond Pow, have developed a novel facebow which facilitates the radiation-free registration of the teeth to a 3D face image for the patient virtualization. The technique was published in the Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry in December 2016 and the error of this registration method has been shown to be less than 1mm.1
1. Lam WYH, Hsung RTC, Choi WWS, Luk HWK, Pow EHN. A two-part facebow for CAD/CAM dentistry. J Prosthet Dent 2016; 116:843-847.
Awards and Achievements
Advanced Training in Bioinformatics Analysis (USA)
Dr. Rohit Menon, PhD Candidate in Prosthodontics, won the Chui's Student Excellence Scheme Award and the Pilot Scheme on International Experience for RPg Students to participate in the academic activity called "Advanced training in bioinformatics analysis" at the J. Craig Venter Institute (JCVI) in La Jolla ,San Diego, USA. The training scheme was newly introduced last year by the Faculty of Dentistry which provides funds to selected research post-graduate students who intend to collaborate or expand their research from an International institute.
Dr. Menon was invited by the JCVI, a pioneer institute in human microbiome research, as a Visiting Scientist. His research answered key questions related to prophylactic antibiotic prescriptions in third molar surgery and paved the way for developing newer techniques for rapid diagnosis and screening of dental infections particularly with respect to antibiotic resistance.
Talking about the future, Dr. Menon said it is likely to expand his research capabilities in oral microbiome research related to dental infections and antibiotic prescriptions in dentistry. With his expertise in this emerging area, Dr. Menon wishes to use fourth generation sequencing techniques to develop a novel technique for rapid diagnosis of infections and screening for antibiotic resistance.
Community Engagement
Special Olympics Hong Kong 2016-17
Dr. Andy Yeung, Tutor in Radiography at the Faculty of Dentistry, with a team of approximately ten people took part in the voluntary service "The Healthy Athletes® program - Special Smiles" in the Special Olympics (Hong Kong) 2016-17.
The Healthy Athletes® program is designed to offer health services and information to athletes with intellectual disabilities. Through "Special Smiles", the team provided free oral health services to over 400 people in the three-day event.
"The greatest difficulty was in talking to the athletes with different language backgrounds. We had to try to understand and interpret other people's body language - that was funny," he said.
"As some of the athletes have little or no access to proper oral health care in their countries, it was a good opportunity for them to get their teeth checked up through Special Smiles service. Their teachers and friends had been a great comfort to them during the check-ups," he added.
Call for participants
Continuing Dental Education (CDE) Seminars
Topic: "Are You Ready for CAD/CAM Ceramic Materials?"
Speaker: Dr. James Tsoi, Assistant Professor in Dental Materials Science, Faculty of Dentistry, The University of Hong Kong, China
Date: April 20, 2018
Time: 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Venue: LT 1, Prince Philip Dental Hospital, 34 Hospital Road, Hong Kong
Check out the full 2016-17 CDE Seminars Schedule at http://facdent.hku.hk/docs/2016/CDE_Leaflet_Registration201617.pdf
The Faculty offers regular lectures and courses for continuing dental education and continuing professional development. To learn more about CDE courses, please visit: http://facdent.hku.hk/cde
Research
Give the Right Direction: Dentists, Radiologists and Radiographers May Take Sides Differently
In our dental undergraduate training, one important radiographic technique learnt is to image the same region from two different angles in order to establish the relative position of an object. This is also known as tube shift technique.
Following the famous 'buccal object rule' or 'SLOB rule', we have a clear understanding that an impacted object (e.g. tooth buried in the bone) will be located on the lingual side if it moves in the same direction as the shifted x-ray tube. However, medical radiography puts an emphasis on the direction of tube tilt instead of tube shift. Therefore, the direction mentioned will often be reversed. For example, distal shift is equivalent to mesial tilt. If there exists misunderstanding between the healthcare providers, the subsequent diagnosis and treatment planning may be compromised.
Further reading:
A.W.K. Yeung. (2017). Tube shift or tube tilt? The terminology of dental radiography is heterogeneous relative to radiological convention. Hong Kong Med. J., 23(1), 97-98.
Teaching and Learning
Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) in Dental Materials Science
HKU Faculty of Dentistry is pleased to launch the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) in Dental Materials Science.
MOOC Title: Materials in Oral Health
Launch Date/ Time: 24 April 2018 4:00 p.m. (Pacific Time), 25 April 2018 08:00 a.m. (HK Time)
HKU Faculty of Dentistry together with a team of world class experts will take you on a trip to the MOOC lessons. Enjoy the trip!
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AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS
First Prize Winner of 2016 Scientific Imaging Competition
Dr Will Wei Qiao, PhD candidate in Dental Materials Science, Applied Oral Sciences, won the Scientific Imaging Competition organized by the University of Hong Kong. In Dr Qiao's awarded microscopic image, he stained and visualized human mesenchymal stem cells under the fluorescent microscopy attempting to elucidate the complicated cellular behaviors upon the stimulation of biomaterials.
Before joining HKU Faculty of Dentistry, Dr Qiao received his Master of Oral Implantology and BDS training at Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou, China. He is now working on the development of biomaterials in collaboration with the University of Hong Kong, Sun Yat-sen University and the University of Birmingham. He is now a member of International Association of Dental Research (IADR), The Society For Biomaterials (SFB), and International Chinese Musculoskeletal Research Society (ICMRS).
AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS
Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
Dr Jennifer Qianfeng Li, Clinical Assistant Professor in Orthodontics, has been recently elected as one of the Fellows of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (FDS RCS Ed). Dr Li attended the award ceremony and received her diploma at the Hong Kong Academy of Medicine on 17 September 2016. She has been a Member of the Edinburgh College since 2008 (MOrth RCS Ed).
Before joining the University of Hong Kong, Dr Li had worked with the Orthodontic Department at the University of Sydney as a Lecturer for over four years. She also had a research collaboration with the Center for Sleep Disorders and Respiratory Failure at the St George Hospital in Sydney. Prior to her career in Sydney, Dr Li was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Michigan studying the molecular mechanism that regulates the occurrence of cleft palate for more than a year. Dr Li received her PhD training at the University of Hong Kong and had her Master of Orthodontic and BDS training at the Xi'an Jiaotong University in Xi'an, China.
Call for participants
Continuing Dental Education (CDE) Seminars
Topic: "Regenerative Endodontics and Vital Pulp Therapy"
Speaker: Professor C.F. Zhang, Clinical Professor in Endodontics, Faculty of Dentistry, The University of Hong Kong, China
Date: 9 March 2018
Time: 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Venue: Lecture Theatre 1, Prince Philip Dental Hospital, 34 Hospital Road, Hong Kong
Check out the full 2016-17 CDE Seminars Schedule at http://facdent.hku.hk/docs/2016/CDE_Leaflet_Registration201617.pdf
Topic: "Impacted Canines and Supernumarary Teeth: A Diagnostic Challenge and Therapeutic Dilemma"
Speakers:
PD Dr. med. dent. et Odont. Dr. Marc Schätzle, Senior Lecturer, Orthodontics, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Professor Michael Bornstein, Clinical Professor, Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology, Faculty of Dentistry, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
Date: 27 October 2018 (Friday)
Time: 2:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Venue: Lecture Theatre 1, Prince Philip Dental Hospital, 34 Hospital Road, Hong Kong
Check out the flyer and registration details:
http://www.facdenthk.org/cme/courses.asp?mcode=OR
Topic: "Clinical and Radiographic Oral Anatomy: A Comprehensive Review of Oral Anatomy for Preoperative Diagnostics and Therapeutic Intervention"
Speakers:
Professor Thomas von Arx, Associate Professor, Dept. of Oral Surgery and Stomatology, University of Bern, Switzerland
Professor Michael Bornstein, Clinical Professor, Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology, Faculty of Dentistry, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
Date: 10 November 2018 (Friday)
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Venue: Lecture Theatre 1, Prince Philip Dental Hospital, 34 Hospital Road, Hong Kong
Check out the flyer and registration details:
http://www.facdenthk.org/cme/courses.asp?mcode=OR
The Faculty offers regular lectures and courses for continuing dental education and continuing professional development. To learn more about CDE courses, please visit: http://facdent.hku.hk/cde
Upcoming
San Francisco, US - The HKU Dental Faculty Cocktail Reception
Date: 23 March 2018 (Thursday)
Time: 6:00 p.m.- 7:30 p.m.
Venue: Moscone West Convention Center, Room 2001, San Francisco, CA
Upcoming
Hong Kong - HKU Faculty KE Award Ceremony
Date: 6 March 2018 (Monday)
Time: 6:30 p.m.- 7:30 p.m.
Venue: Lecture Theatre 1, Prince Philip Dental Hospital, 34 Hospital Road, Hong Kong
Faculty News
Joint Scientific Symposium- "Current and Future Challenges in Dentistry"
The Joint Scientific Symposium between the Dental Hospital Center for Global Oral Health at the Osaka University and our Faculty of Dentistry was successfully held at the Prince Philip Dental Hospital on 12 January, 2018. This is the first joint symposium between a Japanese university and our faculty.
The daylong symposium featured a distinguished cast of six scholars from Osaka University and our faculty respectively. This one-day symposium offered six presentations and discussions of current and future challenges in dentistry. They included:
  • Professor Maurizio Tonetti, Clinical Professor in Periodontology (The University of Hong Kong), "A Talk on Peri-implantitis"
  • Professor Mikako Hayashi (Osaka University), "How Best to Strengthen Human Dentin by Riboflavin and UVA Treatments"
  • Professor Colman P. McGrath, Clinical Professor in Dental Public Health (The University of Hong Kong), "Developing evidence based approaches for special care dentistry"
  • Professor Takashi Yamashiro (Osaka University), Professor and Chairman of the Department of Orthodontics, "MASDO, Novel Surgical Options in Treatment of Cleft Lip and Palate Patients"
  • Professor C.F. Zhang, Clinical Professor in Endodontics, and Dr W.L. Dissanayaka, Research Assistant Professor in Biomedical and Tissue Engineering (The University of Hong Kong), "The role of vasculature engineering in dental pulp regeneration"
  • Professor Shinya Murakami, Professor and Chairman of Department of Periodontology (Osaka University), "Regroth (FGF-2 medicine), An Emerging Regenerative Approach for Periodontal Regeneration"
Full photo coverage of the Joint Scientific Symposium can be found online at: http://gallery.facdent.hku.hk/12-Jan-2017-Joint-Scientific-Symposium-Current-and-Future-Challenges-in-Dentistry/
For more details about the Joint Scientific Symposium, please visit the Faculty Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1832962470322607/
Award
Glasgow/HKU Early Career Mobility Funds 2016/2017
Dr Fabio Savoldi, PhD student in Applied Oral Sciences, talked to the Faculty of Dentistry Bulletin about his experience in conducting an innovative research in collaboration with the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Glasgow.
As an extension of his PhD project on craniofacial sutures, Dr Savoldi conducted the studies under the supervision of Dr. James K.H. Tsoi and Professor Jukka P. Matinlinna from the Faculty of Dentistry at HKU, and Professor Manuel Salmerón Sánchez from the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Glasgow.
The (research) idea consisted of realizing a 2D in-vitro model of a scaffold for craniofacial sutures, with clinical relevance related to treatment of cleft-palate or craniosynostosis. It was thought to be a rather complex and ambitious target to achieve in two months, especially for the multiple coatings techniques and cell culture. Nevertheless, the preliminary results are very encouraging.
'Professor Salmeró Sánchez's laboratory in Glasgow was very international, dynamic, and proactive. Thanks to the meticulous supervision especially from Dr. Cantini and Dr. Alba Pérez, I learned much more than my expectations despite my limited knowledge in cell engineering and scaffold fabrication,' he recalled.
'I wish that these little contributions in such an undiscovered research field may enhance the interest in craniofacial biology and related growth problems. I hope that similar interactions between engineering and dentistry, and between dentofacial orthopaedics and biomaterials may lead to better treatment options of facial deformities. Now, Professor Matinlinna, Dr. Tsoi and I are discussing possible future developments,' he said.
Four awards are available every year for HKU PhD students and junior staff to support one or two months of work at the University of Glasgow. For more information about the Glasgow/HKU Early Career Mobility Funds 2016/2017, please visit: http://www.rss.hku.hk/fund/glasgow-hku-early-career-mobility-funds
Research
Clinical Trials of Silver Diamine Fluoride in Arresting Caries among Children
Tooth decay in preschool children, also known as early childhood caries (ECC), causes pain and infection. A latest survey finds that about half of the Hong Kong 5-year-old children have ECC and most of the ECC are left untreated.
The consequences will not only influence children's oral health, but also their general health, such as children's growth, quality of life and their cognitive development. Some clinicians manage ECC by using silver diamine fluoride (SDF) which has been recently approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Dr. Sherry Gao and her co-workers have systemically evaluated the effectiveness of SDF in caries management. The results show that SDF is effective in arresting (hardening) caries, and on average 81% of caries can be successfully arrested after SDF treatment. Apart from staining the arrested lesion black, no significant complication of SDF use among children has been reported. Thus, they conclude that SDF is effective in arresting caries in primary teeth among children.
Source: Gao S.S., Zhao I.S., Hiraishi N., Duangthip D., Mei M.L., Lo E.C.M., Chu C.H., Clinical Trials of Silver Diamine Fluoride in Arresting Caries among Children, http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/2380084416661474
Call for participants
Continuing Dental Education (CDE) Seminar in February, 2018
Topic: Messages for the patients and the general public on oral health self-care practices - update on the evidence base
Speaker: Professor ECM Lo, Chair Professor of Dental Public Health, Faculty of Dentistry, HKU
Date: 23 February, 2018
Time: 6:30-8:00pm
Venue: Lecture Theatre 1, The Prince Philip Dental Hospital
Check out the full 2016-17 CDE Seminars Schedule at
http://facdent.hku.hk/docs/2016/CDE_Leaflet_Registration201617.pdf
The Faculty offers regular lectures and courses for continuing dental education and continuing professional development. To learn more about CDE courses, please visit: http://facdent.hku.hk/cde
Faculty News
196th Congregation, Class of 2016
Graduates of Class 2016 received the send-off of a lifetime when HKU's Faculty of Dentistry hosted its annual Congregation and Diploma and Prize Presentation Ceremony on December 5, 2016.
Fifty-four undergraduates of BDS Class of 2016 pledged the Hippocratic Oath in the University's Grand Hall, committing themselves to serving the public to the best of their abilities at all times, and top performers were honoured. Dean of the Faculty of Dentistry, Professor Thomas Flemmig, led the oath-taking. During the Ceremony, 18 PhD graduates, 31 Master's degrees graduates and three Advanced Diplomas awardees were also conferred the respective Degree and the Advanced Diploma.
Full photo coverage of the 196thCongregation and Diploma and Prize Presentation Ceremony can be found online at: http://web.facdent.hku.hk/grad/2016/
Research
Anchor "microbrush" on your teeth and brush "bugs" away
This is not toothbrush, this is "microbrush" which is much smaller than toothbrush and even invisible to naked eyes. Inspired by the method which reduce protein adsorption and platelet adhesion in a blood-material interface, researchers in HKU Faculty of Dentistry developed a novel way to clean your tooth with a tooth-targeting (polydopamine-induced) polyethylene glycol (PEG). This modified PEG could anchor on your tooth surface like tethered chains, and stretch away from the tooth surface leading to a "brush"-like conformation.
Acting like a brush, the modified PEG is able to sweep the bacteria away without killing them, this is favorable for maintaining the original ecosystem in the mouth. This modified PEG has potential to be a complementary way to daily tooth clean process and help maintain your oral hygiene.
Further reading source:
Mei ML, Li QL, Chu CH. Inhibition of cariogenic plaque formation on root surface with polydopamine-induced-polyethylene glycol coating. Materials 2016, 9:414.
Call for participants
Continuing Dental Education (CDE) Seminar in January, 2018
Topic: How to differentiate oral pathology lesions in general dental practice?
Speaker: Dr Richard Su, Clinical Associate Professor in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, HKU
Date: 19 January, 2018
Time: 6:30-8:00pm
Venue: Lecture Theatre 1, The Prince Philip Dental Hospital
Check out the full 2016-17 CDE Seminars Schedule at
http://facdent.hku.hk/docs/2016/CDE_Leaflet_Registration201617.pdf
The Faculty offers regular lectures and courses for continuing dental education and continuing professional development. To learn more about CDE courses, please visit: http://facdent.hku.hk/cde
Upcoming
Hong Kong - Joint Scientific Symposium - "Current and Future Challenges in Dentistry"
Hong Kong - Joint Scientific Symposium - "Current and Future Challenges in Dentistry" to be held on 12 January 2018. This is the first joint symposium between the Dental Hospital Center for Global Oral Health at the Osaka University and our Faculty of Dentistry.
More relevant details on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1832962470322607/
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