Principles of Surgical Implant Dentistry
Melbourne Dental School, The University of Melbourne

Dental Implants Oral Surgery Periodontics Prosthodontics

Melbourne Victoria Australia
2 Aug 2018 - 24 May 2019
09:00 - 17:00 (64 hrs)

A/Professor Stephen Chen, Professor Ivan Darby, A/Professor Roy Judge, Dr Luan Ngo, Dr Melinda Newnham
Hands On Lecture Other Live patient surgery, case presentations

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This "Master class" program in Surgical Implant Dentistry will be held over seven modules throughout the year. The small group teaching is designed to give participants a close up teaching experience with presenters and mentors. The course is aimed at dental practitioners who would like to undertake the surgical aspects of implant treatment. At the end of the course participants should be able to place…

This "Master class" program in Surgical Implant Dentistry will be held over seven modules throughout the year. The small group teaching is designed to give participants a close up teaching experience with presenters and mentors. The course is aimed at dental practitioners who would like to undertake the surgical aspects of implant treatment. At the end of the course participants should be able to place straightforward implants in their practice. The course covers treatment planning for implants using the participants own patients and supervised placement of implants in these patients. Participants applying for this course must have previous experience in the delivery of implant restorations. Applicants will be selected for this course based on submitted evidence of experience in the delivery of implant restorations. At the conclusion of the program particiants should have: an in-depth understanding of the biological processes of osseointegration in general. an in-depth understanding of surgical diagnosis, treatment planning and surgical management of simple surgical cases. Through a series of practical exercises and hands-on surgical training, participants should be familiar with the surgical implant placement in simple clinical situations. Participants will be familiar with ITI implant componentry and the reasons why implant treatments may be useful in their practices. Participants should feel able to begin placing implants in uncomplicated clinical situations. Module One Introduction Biological Principles Restorative Case Assessment Restorative principles Surgical Case Assessment Radiological Assessment SAC Classification Treatment Planning and Case Selection Allocation of mentors Treatment planning of cases from Module 1 for discussion at start of Module 2 Module 2 Treatment Planning and Case Selection Basic surgical principles Hands-on bench exercise involving placement of implants into mounted plastic jaws Treatment planning of own cases with mentor between Modules 2 and 3. A presentation will be available to show participants what they need to prepare for Module 3. Module 3 Case Presentations. This module is mandatory. Participants cannot move onto the next module unless this module is completed. Each participant will present three cases that have been selected from their practices. These cases will fulfil the SAC classification for simple surgical cases. Each case presentation will be approximately 15 minutes in duration Each participant will present their first case in turn until all eight participants have presented. This will follow with the presentation of participant’s second case in turn, followed by the third case. From these cases, each participant in conjunction with the convenor and mentor, will select two cases for surgical treatment. Module 4 Implant placement by participants at Melbourne Dental Clinic under mentor supervision. Participants to bring in their own pre-selected patient. Participants will be responsible for arranging to have their patients attend MDC for surgery. Appropriate consent will need to be obtained and submitted prior to this session. Surgical trainers will complete assessment forms for each participant. Module 5 Healing and Osseointegration Survival and Success Aesthetic Outcomes Afternoon hands-on session. Participant and dental assistant training in surgical set up and cross-infection control. Participants to bring in their dental nurses to this session. Module 6 Placement of implants by participants with their own dental nurse present. This session is supervised by mentor. Module 7 Formative Feedback Final case presentations. Each participant will present their treated cases, including the initial assessment, treatment plan, surgical management and subsequent restorative treatment. Course summary and conclusion This "Master class" program in Surgical Implant Dentistry will be held over seven modules throughout the year. The small group teaching is designed to give participants a close up teaching experience with presenters and mentors. The course is aimed at dental practitioners who would like to undertake the surgical aspects of implant treatment. At the end of the course participants should be able to place straightforward implants in their practice. The course covers treatment planning for implants using the participants own patients and supervised placement of implants in these patients. Participants applying for this course must have previous experience in the delivery of implant restorations. Applicants will be selected for this course based on submitted evidence of experience in the delivery of implant restorations. At the conclusion of the program particiants should have: an in-depth understanding of the biological processes of osseointegration in general. an in-depth understanding of surgical diagnosis, treatment planning and surgical management of simple surgical cases. Through a series of practical exercises and hands-on surgical training, participants should be familiar with the surgical implant placement in simple clinical situations. Participants will be familiar with ITI implant componentry and the reasons why implant treatments may be useful in their practices. Participants should feel able to begin placing implants in uncomplicated clinical situations. Module 1: Thursday 2 and Friday 3 August 2018 Module 2: Thursday 20 and Friday 21 September 2018 Module 3: Friday 2 November 2018 Module 4: Friday 7 December 2018 Module 5: Friday 18 January 2019 Module 6: Friday 15 February 2019 Module 7: Friday 24 May 2019 An intensive course in the theory and practice of surgical implant treatment, using the following educational formats: Lectures/Seminars, hands-on exercises using surgical training kits, live surgical placement of implants, placement of implants in two patients by the participant. 8 participants only. Further event information

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A/Professor Stephen Chen, Professor Ivan Darby, A/Professor Roy Judge, Dr Luan Ngo, Dr Melinda Newnham

Dr Luan Ngo is a periodontist working in private practice in Carlton. He has taught extensively at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels at the Melbourne Dental School for the past 5 years. Luan is the outgoing President of the Australian Society of Periodontology (Victorian Branch) and a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons. Luan's research interests are in Periodontal diagnostics and disease biomarkers. A/Professor Roy Judge is head of Prosthodontics at the Melbourne Dental School and Interim Clinical Director of the Melbourne Oral Health Training and Education Centre (MOHTEC). Roy is also in specialist Prosthodontic practice in Essendon. Professor Ivan Darby is Head of Periodontics and Convener of the Postgraduate Periodontic program at the Melbourne Dental School. He graduated with a BDS (1991) and completed his PhD (2000), both from the University of Glasgow. In 2006 he received his FRACDS(Perio). Ivan is a specialist periodontist working part-time in Moonee Ponds. His research interests include periodontal and surgical implant treatment outcomes and bone regeneration. He has published widely in peer-reviewed journals and serves as editor of Periodontology. A Fellow of the ITI, Ivan has lectured locally, nationally and internationally. Dr Melinda Newnham has been a dentist for 16 years, having completed her BDSc in Western Australia (1995), specialist training in periodontics in Melbourne (2006), and was awarded the ANZAP medallion in 2007. Throughout her professional career, Melinda has enjoyed presenting lectures and tutoring undergraduate hygiene and dental students, Australian Dental Council (ADC) examination candidates, general dentists, postgraduate periodontics students and periodontists. She enjoys all aspects of periodontics, including regeneration and augmentation procedures, aesthetics and implants. Melinda is in private practice in Moonee Ponds and is also the consultant periodontist at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne. A/Professor Stephen Chen is a specialist periodontist in private practice in Melbourne, Australia. He is a Senior Fellow at the Melbourne Dental School, University of Melbourne. His main areas of interest are in the field of dental implantology and periodontal regeneration

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Venue

723 Swanston Street Carlton
720 Swanston Street Carlton

Organisers

Melbourne Dental School, The University of Melbourne
Melbourne Dental School, Melbourne Oral Health Training Education Centre, 2nd Floor CPD Office
723 Swanston Street
Carlton
3053
Australia

Samantha Vassallo La Rosa
T: 03 903 56137
E: sam.v@unimelb.edu.au
W: ecommerce.dent.unimelb.edu.au

Mini Residency in Endodontics (Module 1-4)
ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development

Endodontics Orthodontics Periodontics Periodontics/Restorative Dentistry Prosthodontics Radiography Restorative Dentistry

St Leonards
23 Nov 2018 - 23 Aug 2019
09:00 - 16:30 (48 hrs)

Multiple Speakers
Hands On

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The modules of this program aim to cover all theoretical and clinical aspects of nonsurgical and surgical endodontics from basic to advanced concepts. Registrants will also learn recent advances in the management and identification of non-odontogenic and neuralgic pain, and be taught methods of pain, behavior and anxiety control for difficult patients. Extracted teeth and nonsurgical and surgical models…

The modules of this program aim to cover all theoretical and clinical aspects of nonsurgical and surgical endodontics from basic to advanced concepts. Registrants will also learn recent advances in the management and identification of non-odontogenic and neuralgic pain, and be taught methods of pain, behavior and anxiety control for difficult patients. Extracted teeth and nonsurgical and surgical models will be used by participants to practice endodontic nonsurgical and surgical techniques, and lecture materials and videos will be presented to guide participants through the procedures. A number of live patient demonstrations in endodontic management of the open apex, location of the MB2 canal, post removal, endodontic retreatment, and crown preparation of the compromised tooth will also be covered. Intravenous sedation will also be carried out for some of these live patient demonstrations. Operating microscopes will be available for all hands-on exercises. Participation is designed to broaden clinician’s scope of practice and achieve a more advanced knowledge and abilities in endodontics. Topics include Diagnosis, pre-op assessment and multidisciplinary treatment planning Modern concepts in endodontic access design and location of calcified and MB2 canals Use of Cone Beam CT technology in endodontics Current concepts in chemo-mechanical disinfection and obturation with a focus on hybrid warm vertical compaction Principles of contemporary endodontic retreatment Fractured instrument removal Management of the open apex Update on dental trauma management Principles of contemporary endodontic microsurgery Principles of crown lengthening Complications and risk management in Endodontics Management of endodontic misadventures Non-odontogenic Pain and it’s identification and management IV sedation and pain control Live patient demonstrations in management of the open apex, endodontic surgery, retreatment and crown preparation of a compromised tooth Learning Objectives Understand how to use the operating microscope Understand how to treatment plan the endodontic case Understand how to assess CBCT scans Understand how to manage complex endodontic cases Understand how to manage dental trauma Understand the principles of endodontic retreatment Understand the principles of endodontic microsurgery Understand risk assessment and how to manage complications in endodontics Understand crown lengthening and how to restore a compromised tooth Understand the different materials used in nonsurgical and surgical endodontics and the indications for these materials Appreciate the complexity of pain control in endodontics Understand the difficulties in identifying non-odontogenic pain Other Information The course will run over 4 modules, each module being two full days. Day 1 will consist of lectures, video demonstrations and web based learning. Day 2 will consist of hands-on training, which will also include some live demonstrations. Module 1: Friday, 23 November - Saturday, 24 November 2018 Module 2: Friday, 1 March - Saturday, 2 March 2019 Module 3: Friday, 21 June - Saturday, 22 June 2019 Module 4: Friday, 23 August - Saturday, 24 August 2019 Please review dates carefully for this program as all four sessions are mandatory for registration. CPD's cancellation policy applies to the full course fee and transfers to future sessions are not permitted. Further event information

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Multiple Speakers

Dr Mehdi Rahimi and Dr Mark Johnstone and Dr Geoffrey Young and Dr David Barnard and Dr Harry Mohan and Dr Langley Tasmania and Dr Russell Vickers and Dr Firoz Vellani and Dr Ben Lee and Dr Ehsan Mellati and Dr Sami Haddad and Dr Nour Eldin Tarraf and Associate Professor Mark Evans and Dr Chankhrit Sathorn and Professor Paul Abbott and Professor Ove Peters

Venue

Centre for Professional Development
L

Organisers

ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development
1 Atchison Street
2065
Australia


T: 61 2 8436 9997
E: admin@adacpd.com.au
W: www.adacpd.com.au

On-line Oral Medicine Web Lectures
Melbourne Dental School, The University of Melbourne

Oral Medicine

Webinar
30 Nov 2018 - 31 Dec 2019
09:30 - 00:00 (1 hrs)

Professor Michael McCullough
Internet

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Oral Medicine On-line Web Lectures Our understanding of oral mucosal disease is constantly changing and this can impact on our advice to patients and recommendations for treatment. This on-line delivered lecture series outlines these changes and is presented to enhance understanding of common oral mucosal disorders for the general dental practitioner. The use of web delivery allows for whole articles…

Oral Medicine On-line Web Lectures Our understanding of oral mucosal disease is constantly changing and this can impact on our advice to patients and recommendations for treatment. This on-line delivered lecture series outlines these changes and is presented to enhance understanding of common oral mucosal disorders for the general dental practitioner. The use of web delivery allows for whole articles being available for review, which will cover aspects of oral recurrent aphthous ulcerative disease, dermatological diseases with oral presentations, principally lichen planus, oral mucosal dysplasia and squamous cell carcinoma. This course consists of material accessed on the internet via logging on to the University of Melbourne's Learning Management System. A specific user log-in identification and password will be sent to you via email and after you have been authenticated, you will have access to the material for the calendar year (i.e. until the 31 December 2019). This material consists of five lectures provided in web format. Please feel free to choose one, or more, of these “Web-Lectures”. Each takes at least an hour to complete and contains links to images, journal articles and information covering the five topics. There are also small on-line movie presentations describing the material in the web-lectures. The presentations will also assist in moving around the site. After you have confirmed that you have reviewed this material, a small multiple choice question quiz will be available for you to complete (5 – 10 questions). Once this is answered correctly then instructions are given to explain where to send the email to redeem the 1 hour per module. Major Topics •Recurrent Aphthous Stomatitis: everything that you ever wanted to know about recurrent aphthous stomatitis but were afraid to ask! Includes epidemiology, types, causes and management options •Oral Dermatology – 1: The first of two sections on dermatological diseases that can have oral manifestations. This area covers definitions, erythema migrans and oral lichen planus •Oral Dermatology – 2: Link here to a range of dermatological diseases that can have oral mucosal manifestations, such as: lupus erythematosus; sub-epithelial bullous disease; bullous pemphigoid; mucous membrane pemphigoid; pemphigus vulgaris and erythema multiforme •Oral Mucosal Dysplasia: contents include discussion about potentially cancerous conditions and lesions, clinical appearance, histopathological appearance, classification, clinical methods used for screening and aspects of treatment •Head and Neck Squamous Cell Carcinoma: Interesting aspects of oral cancer, specifically related to dentists  Learning Objectives •At the conclusion of this course, participants should have significantly updated their knowledge on oral mucosal disorders as they affect the general dental practitioner Further event information

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Professor Michael McCullough

Professor Michael McCullough is a Professor in Oral Medicine at the Melbourne Dental School, University of Melbourne. He is the convener of the post-graduate and undergraduate courses in Oral Medicine. He has published over 50 articles in peer reviewed scientific journals and was on the Expert Panel for the recently published Therapeutic Guidelines book titled “Oral and Dental”. Michael is the Chair of the ADA’s Therapeutics Committee and is on the editorial board and writes the “Dental Comments” for the Australian Prescriber. Michael is an Oral Medicine Clinical Consultant to the Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne, the Royal Melbourne Hospital and Frankston Integrated Health.

Venue

Organisers

Melbourne Dental School, The University of Melbourne
Melbourne Dental School, Melbourne Oral Health Training Education Centre, 2nd Floor CPD Office
723 Swanston Street
Carlton
3053
Australia

Samantha Vassallo La Rosa
T: 03 903 56137
E: sam.v@unimelb.edu.au
W: ecommerce.dent.unimelb.edu.au

Primespeak Seminar
Prime Practice

Dental Education Patient Management Practice Management

Kumeu, Auckland 0810
23 Jan 2019
08:00 - 17:00 (7 hrs)

Patric Moberger
Hands On Lecture

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The two-day Primespeak Communications Workshop for Dentists will eliminate practice stress using this ethical, gentle, step-by-step system. This program is being used by Australia's leading practitioners who report significant increases in hourly rate and new patient referrals, in a low stress environment. Learn the psychological triggers that cause patients to choose optimum treatment; refer their…

The two-day Primespeak Communications Workshop for Dentists will eliminate practice stress using this ethical, gentle, step-by-step system. This program is being used by Australia's leading practitioners who report significant increases in hourly rate and new patient referrals, in a low stress environment. Learn the psychological triggers that cause patients to choose optimum treatment; refer their friends and want you to always be their dentist. Understand the counter-intuitive paradigm shift that underlies Primespeak. Gain a perspective into this world of psychological influencing forces and learn how to drive them, for mutual benefit. Discover new techniques that are the antithesis of traditional sales methods. Further event information

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Patric Moberger

Patric holds a Masters in Adult Education and came to Australia (from Sweden) in 1999 to manage the frontline management development programs at Ansett Airlines. Patric has trained over 16,000 frontline staff members at Qantas and has worked with many international businesses in the oil, insurance, retail, food and dental industry. Patric has been with Prime Practice for over 8 years and is the General Manager for Training and Development. He has an in depth knowledge of the needs of a modern dental practice and has extensive experience training dental practices across a wide range of areas including: communication skills, leadership, customer service and learning and development. Patric has facilitated workshops for dentists and their teams worldwide, helping thousands of dentists to create their dream teams. He works with both private practices and corporates.

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Venue

Kumeu Dental
Kumeu Village
99 Main Road

Organisers

Prime Practice
Suite 1 Level 1
59-75 Grafton Street
Bondi Junction
2022
AUSTRALIA

Maria Rabiet
T: +61 2 8935 0600
E: maria.rabiet@primepractice.com.au
W: www.primepractice.com.au

Big Day In 2019: Refresh Your Vision
Waikato District Health Board

General Dentistry

Hamilton
24 Jan 2019
08:00 - 17:00 (6.5 hrs)

Nicola Innes & Mark Robertson
Lecture Peer Contact

If you need a quiet day where you can sit and doze in a nice warm lecture theatre for a day, without having to think too much, then this year’s Big Day In is NOT for you! If, however, you are keen to think about the dental care you provide for children, take part in some activities and consider refining what you most probably already do, then this IS the day for you! At the BDI 2019, we will offer…

If you need a quiet day where you can sit and doze in a nice warm lecture theatre for a day, without having to think too much, then this year’s Big Day In is NOT for you! If, however, you are keen to think about the dental care you provide for children, take part in some activities and consider refining what you most probably already do, then this IS the day for you! At the BDI 2019, we will offer ideas for delivering high quality dentistry for children that are child, family (and dentist) friendly; minimal interventive approaches for maximum gain. We will be suggesting a framework for prevention and management, some, or all of which you may wish to adopt. The rewards of delivering child dental care can be immediate for the children themselves but it can be more difficult to appreciate and show just how good we are at delivering treatments over long periods of time. We will be discussing some ideas of how you can appraise your own results longer term (so that you can give yourself a pat on the back and think about making some changes to make them even better). The course will be interactive and you are expected to participate. This doesn’t mean you will have to speak out in front of everyone but you should be prepared to contribute to discussion within your small groups, whatever your professional role. Teaching/ learning will be delivered through lectures, small groups, and case/ scenario discussions. There will be pre-BDI reading, a questionnaire to complete and some cases to think about before attending the day. Follow-up material will be made available for you to consolidate your learning. Big Day In; Learning outcomes By the end of the day, attendees will be able to: - recall and discuss techniques for carrying out a comprehensive and contemporaneous history and assessment for children’s oral health; - record, synthesise and apply this information to make clinical judgements and a treatment plan in collaboration with the child and parent; - demonstrate behaviour change techniques; - apply recommended guidelines on prevention of caries to children; - consolidate diagnostic skills for carious lesions and explain the thresholds for using different clinical techniques; - develop/ consolidate clinical skills for managing carious lesions in primary teeth (particularly for the Hall Technique) and know where to access training resources; - understand how to use the Hall Technique and when/ when not to use it; monitor the performance of own Child Friendly Dentistry in practice 08.00 - Registrations open 09.00 - Welcome, a look at the online survey results and overview of the day 09.30 - Recognition – History & Clinical assessment (a structured approach) 10.00 - Re-orientation - Prevention through behaviour change and practice 10.15 - Break 10.45 - a) Practicing behaviour change; b) Identifying barriers to change 12.30 - Lunch 1.30 - Remineralisation – clinical prevention and management of lesions 1.50 - Repair – dental caries; what it really is; why we shouldn’t cut it all out 3.00 - Review 3.15 - Reflections 4.00 - Treatment planning exercises – the whole child (complications) / when and when not to (tooth level) 4.45 - Close

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Nicola Innes & Mark Robertson

Nicola Innes PhD, BDS, BSc, BMSc, MFDS (RCS Eng), MFGDP (RCS Eng) Professor of Paediatric Dentistry/ Associate Dean for Learning and Teaching, School of Dentistry, University of Dundee Nicola Innes is Professor of Paediatric Dentistry and Associate Dean for Learning and Teaching at the University Of Dundee School Of Dentistry (http://dentistry.dundee.ac.uk). Having initially qualified as a Registered General Nurse, Nicola completed a BSc in Life Sciences, and then started her dental career, graduating with a BDS (hons) and First Class Honours intercalated degree in Cellular and Molecular Pathology. She completed seven years in General Dental Practice before returning to the School and completing a PhD investigating the Hall Technique. Nicola is a practicing Specialist in Paediatric Dentistry, teaches Child Dental and Oral Health and Evidence Based Practice, is an active researcher, and has published over 60 papers. Her research interests are broadly around improving patient care and outcomes for dental caries, especially in children. Nicola is Co-Principal Investigator on two multi-centre clinical trials: FiCTION, comparing 3 caries management strategies; and BRIGHT looking at whether text message reminders increases young people’s brushing and reduces caries rates. She has also participated in Germany, Australia, Brazil, US, Lithuania and New Zealand based trials and also leads research projects around moving effective caries management options into practice. She sits on guidance development groups, the Scottish Dental Practice Based Research Network steering committee and is co-associate editor on the Evidence Based Dentistry Journal. Mark Robertson Mark completed his undergraduate dental training at the University of Dundee in 2012. Subsequently, he successfully completed his Vocational Training in Fife, Scotland, before assuming the role of Core Trainee 1 in Dumfries & Galloway. This was split between Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery and Public Dental Services; the latter aspect centred mainly on the provision of care for Paediatric patients and those with significant physical and / or learning disabilities. In late 2014, Mark obtained the Membership of the Faculty of Dental Surgeons from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh before beginning a one year post as Core Trainee 2 in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery at Ninewells Hospital. Throughout these postgraduate years, he developed an interest in research and its great importance in continually improving healthcare. Mark joined the FiCTION team as Senior Clinical Researcher in October 2015, based at the University of Dundee. In February 2018, he was awarded the degree Master of Science by research for his thesis titled, “Dental Care for Children with Learning Disabilities; A Systematic review of treatment Provision and a Prospective Study of the Hall Technique to Improve Treatment Delivery”. He currently works on two NIHR funded trials, delivers clinical and academic teaching to both undergraduate and post-graduate students and maintains clinical practice with his own Paediatric dentistry clinics at Dundee dental Hospital and School.

Venue

Organisers

Waikato District Health Board
Community Oral Health, Level 2
193 London St
Private Bag 3200
3240
New Zealand

Rob Aitken
T: 07 859 9160
E: Rob.Aitken@waikatodhb.health.nz

Primespeak Seminar
Prime Practice

Dental Education Patient Management Practice Management

Auckland
24 Jan 2019 - 25 Jan 2019
08:30 - 16:30 (14 hrs)

Patric Moberger
Hands On Lecture

ONLINE ENROLMENT

The two-day Primespeak Communications Workshop for Dentists will eliminate practice stress using this ethical, gentle, step-by-step system. This program is being used by Australia's leading practitioners who report significant increases in hourly rate and new patient referrals, in a low stress environment. Learn the psychological triggers that cause patients to choose optimum treatment; refer their…

The two-day Primespeak Communications Workshop for Dentists will eliminate practice stress using this ethical, gentle, step-by-step system. This program is being used by Australia's leading practitioners who report significant increases in hourly rate and new patient referrals, in a low stress environment. Learn the psychological triggers that cause patients to choose optimum treatment; refer their friends and want you to always be their dentist. Understand the counter-intuitive paradigm shift that underlies Primespeak. Gain a perspective into this world of psychological influencing forces and learn how to drive them, for mutual benefit. Discover new techniques that are the antithesis of traditional sales methods. Further event information

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Patric Moberger

Patric holds a Masters in Adult Education and came to Australia (from Sweden) in 1999 to manage the frontline management development programs at Ansett Airlines. Patric has trained over 16,000 frontline staff members at Qantas and has worked with many international businesses in the oil, insurance, retail, food and dental industry. Patric has been with Prime Practice for over 8 years and is the General Manager for Training and Development. He has an in depth knowledge of the needs of a modern dental practice and has extensive experience training dental practices across a wide range of areas including: communication skills, leadership, customer service and learning and development. Patric has facilitated workshops for dentists and their teams worldwide, helping thousands of dentists to create their dream teams. He works with both private practices and corporates.

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Venue

Rydges Auckland
59 Federal Street
(Cnr Kingston Street)

Organisers

Prime Practice
Suite 1 Level 1
59-75 Grafton Street
Bondi Junction
2022
AUSTRALIA

Maria Rabiet
T: +61 2 8935 0600
E: maria.rabiet@primepractice.com.au
W: www.primepractice.com.au

INVISALIGN PRINCIPLES COURSE - CLINICAL 2
Southern Cross Dental

Dental Education Orthodontics

Auckland
25 Jan 2019
08:00 - 16:30 (3 hrs)

Dr Albert Sharp
Hands On

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The Clinician’s cases must be approved four weeks prior to attending and their patients must wear aligner one for two weeks prior to this session. During this session the Clinicians will fit the patient’s with bond attachments and carry out any required interproximal reductions (IPR), all under the expert guidance of the Southern Cross Dental team. Once the Clinicians treated their own patient’s…

The Clinician’s cases must be approved four weeks prior to attending and their patients must wear aligner one for two weeks prior to this session. During this session the Clinicians will fit the patient’s with bond attachments and carry out any required interproximal reductions (IPR), all under the expert guidance of the Southern Cross Dental team. Once the Clinicians treated their own patient’s they will observe the treatment of at least one other. Further event information

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Dr Albert Sharp

Dr Albert Sharp received his Bachelor of Dental Surgery from the University of Sydney, graduating with First Class honours and top of the year. He is a partner at Penn Sharp Dental Surgeons in Double Bay, Sydney, where he continues to practice all aspects of general dentistry. Dr Sharp is the General Manager Clinical at Southern Cross Dental. He often presents courses to enable general dentists to provide the best possible outcome for their patients. Dr Sharp was one of the first general dentists to be accredited for treating patients with the Invisalign System and is the primary presenter for the Invisalign Training Course and works continually with Align and Invisalign to modify and enhance the course to address contemporary developments and improvements.

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Venue

19 Alpers Ave
Epsom

Organisers

Southern Cross Dental
Level 1, 6 Auburn Street, Grafton
Auckland
1023
1150
New Zealand

Jackie Louw
T: 09 379 9778
E: jlouw@scdlab.com
W: www.scdlab.com

Clinical Observation with Dr Han Choi
North Shore Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons

Oral Surgery

Auckland
28 Jan 2019
08:00 - 12:00 (4 hrs)

Dr Han Choi
Peer Contact

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Spend a session at North Shore Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery with Dr Han Choi for clinical observation and discussions on latest in Oral Surgery. This will be a one-on-one session open on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings every week.

Spend a session at North Shore Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery with Dr Han Choi for clinical observation and discussions on latest in Oral Surgery. This will be a one-on-one session open on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings every week.

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Dr Han Choi

Dr Han Choi is a fully registered Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon. Dr Choi graduated from dentistry (BDS, with credit) at University of Otago in 2004. He then moved to Kenepuru Hospital in Wellington for a year to work as a house surgeon. Following this he worked in a private dental practice in Auckland for a year. His long journey to become an Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon started in 2007 when he successfully gained entry to the conjoint programme at the University of Otago, which involved a medical degree (MBChB), master degree (MDS) and residency training in Dunedin Public Hospital. He completed the programme in 2011 with top achievement gaining a distinction award in MDS (Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery). Dr Choi moved back to Auckland in 2011 and resides in the North Shore where he grew up. At the end of 2011 he began to work part-time as a surgeon at NSOMS. During this period, he also worked at North Shore Hospital and Middlemore Hospital- gaining further experience in general medicine and other surgical specialties. At the end of 2013 Dr Choi came on board to join our practice full-time. He has a special interest in dental implant treatment including full mouth rehabilitation, using All-on-4™ concept and Zygoma implants, and various bone grafting procedures. Memberships: Registered Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon, Dental Council of NZ (DCNZ) Registered medical practitioner, Medical Council of NZ (MCNZ) Associate member of ANZAOMS (Australia & New Zealand Association of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons) Member of International Association of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons Member of Australian Society of Implant Dentistry Member of AOCMF

Venue

8/ 3 Akoranga Drive
Northcote
North Shore

Organisers

North Shore Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons
8/ 3 Akoranga Drive
Northcote
Auckland
0627
New Zealand

Han Choi
T: 09 486 7778
E: dr.hanchoi@nsoms.co.nz
W: www.nsoms.co.nz

Periodontics in General Practice: Part 1
ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development

Dental Hygienist Courses Oral & General Health Periodontics Periodontics/Restorative Dentistry Preventative Dentistry

St Leonards
1 Feb 2019
08:00 - 17:00 (8 hrs)

Multiple Speakers
Lecture

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A practical guide for dentists to identify and treat patients with Periodontal Disease. The Australian and NZ Academy of Periodontists (NSW branch) are pleased to present this clinically oriented course. The most current aspects of clinical Periodontal treatment will be covered enabling the general Dentist to better understand and treat patients with Periodontal problems. A unique opportunity to be…

A practical guide for dentists to identify and treat patients with Periodontal Disease. The Australian and NZ Academy of Periodontists (NSW branch) are pleased to present this clinically oriented course. The most current aspects of clinical Periodontal treatment will be covered enabling the general Dentist to better understand and treat patients with Periodontal problems. A unique opportunity to be exposed and learn from experienced Periodontists who are members of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Periodontology. This course is aimed at improving clinical skills to enable Periodontal treatment for General Dentists. Topics include Treatment of Gingival Recession Treatment of Peri Implantitis Periodontal Examination Diagnosis and assessing Prognosis Non-surgical Periodontal treatment Treatment Planning Debridement and instruments Maintenance and the role of Hygienists Systemic Links to Periodontitis The Role of Hygienists Learning Objectives To identify patients with Periodontal Disease To better understand clinical treatment options To effectively treat Periodontitis on a daily basis To solve treatment planning dilemmas Further event information

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Multiple Speakers

Associate Professor Stephen Yeung and Dr Kevin Todes and Dr Alex Kalos and Dr Jeremy Vo and Dr Ehsan Mellati and Dr Rajiv Verma and Dr Wendy Yu and Associate Professor Axel Spahr and Dr Nirushan Raveendiran

Venue

Organisers

ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development
1 Atchison Street
2065
Australia


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Periodontics in General Practice: Part 1
ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development

Dental Hygienist Courses Oral & General Health Periodontics

St Leonards
1 Feb 2019
08:00 - 17:00 (8 hrs)

Multiple Speakers
Lecture

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An update in effective Periodontal Treatment A practical guide for dentists to identify and treat patients with Periodontal Disease. The Australian and NZ Academy of Periodontists (NSW branch) are pleased to present this clinically oriented course. The most current aspects of clinical Periodontal treatment will be covered enabling the general Dentist to better understand and treat patients with Periodontal…

An update in effective Periodontal Treatment A practical guide for dentists to identify and treat patients with Periodontal Disease. The Australian and NZ Academy of Periodontists (NSW branch) are pleased to present this clinically oriented course. The most current aspects of clinical Periodontal treatment will be covered enabling the general Dentist to better understand and treat patients with Periodontal problems. A unique opportunity to be exposed and learn from experienced Periodontists who are members of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Periodontology. This course is aimed at improving clinical skills to enable Periodontal treatment for General Dentists. Topics include Treatment of Gingival Recession Treatment of Peri Implantitis Periodontal Examination Diagnosis and assessing Prognosis Non-surgical Periodontal treatment Treatment Planning Debridement and instruments Maintenance and the role of Hygienists Systemic Links to Periodontitis The Role of Hygienists Learning Objectives To identify patients with Periodontal Disease To better understand clinical treatment options To effectively treat Periodontitis on a daily basis To solve treatment planning dilemmas Further event information

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Speaker

Multiple Speakers

Associate Professor Stephen Yeung and Dr Kevin Todes and Dr Alex Kalos and Dr Jeremy Vo and Dr Ehsan Mellati and Dr Rajiv Verma and Dr Wendy Yu and Associate Professor Axel Spahr and Dr Nirushan Raveendiran

Venue

Organisers

ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development
1 Atchison Street
2065
Australia


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