TeamTalk is database software that is used in all maxillofacial units in South Wales. It has two main functions:

1. As the primary tool for communication and handover between members of the maxillofacial team and the GP.

2. For data gathering for the purpose of service evaluation, audit and research.

In all units it is connected to the hospital patient management systems from which it draws demographics and other administrative data.

Because the software was and continues to be developed “in house” it remains flexible to the needs of each unit. If you have any particular requirements for data collection or development then this website is a useful forum to discuss them.

Register and login to the site to view support material and access the discussion forum.


Welcome to MaxillofacialSurgery.Wales This site has been designed to support the specialty of Maxillofacial Surgery in Wales. If you are involved in the specialty please register in order to view the site content or add your own. The site uses the content management software to allow you to contribute. We hope that this will allow it to grow to fulfil your expectations and provide support as you work in the specialty. It's easy to get started contributing to this website. Knowing some of the basics will help. Disclosures The founder of this site is John Paul Wells, a Specialty Registrar in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in South Wales. Neither the founder or any contributor to the site makes any profit or ...
Abstract Submission Closed 31 Jan 2018 Online Registration  FINAL PROGRAM & ABSTRACT BOOK   2018 BDA Welsh Hospitals Dental Specialties Meeitng at the Vale Hotel near Cardiff will be held on 22 - 23 March 2018. This year will see the introduction of a comprehensive Dental Care Professionals meeting for Technicians and Nurses with core CPD  as well as a Black Tie (option) Gala Dinner with 7 piece band on Thursday night.   Abstract Submission Closed 31 Jan 2018 Online Registration FINAL PROGRAM & ABSTRACT BOOK  
The Royal Gwent Hospital in Newport is providing an exciting new service that will allow patients to take advantage of innovative technology and avoid major surgery and hospital admission. The new service is for patients who are experiencing problems with their saliva glands and offers them the option of outpatient treatment. The department is currently the only place in Wales who are using the technology to diagnose and treat salivary grand problems such as stones within the gland. In 2007 NICE endorsed these techniques in the management of salivary gland problems. The maxillofacial department in the Royal Gwent Hospital have moved to be the first in Wales to pioneer these techniques and offer this service to our patients. Mr Simon ...