Vital Orthodontics for Dentists
ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development

Orthodontics

St Leonards
18 May 2018 - 4 Nov 2018
08:30 - 15:00 (72 hrs)

Dr Eric Lowenhaupt
Hands On

Session 1: Getting Started Dates: Friday, 18 May - Sunday 20 May 2018 The course begins with information on basic diagnosis, case selection and treatment planning. Emphasis will be placed on thorough record examination and cephalametric analysis, and their role in making informed treatment decisions. The effects of orthodontic treatment on facial aesthetics and balance will be discussed as well as…

Session 1: Getting Started Dates: Friday, 18 May - Sunday 20 May 2018 The course begins with information on basic diagnosis, case selection and treatment planning. Emphasis will be placed on thorough record examination and cephalametric analysis, and their role in making informed treatment decisions. The effects of orthodontic treatment on facial aesthetics and balance will be discussed as well as the basics of craniofacial growth and development. Banding and bonding will be discussed and participants will have the opportunity to place bands and brackets on the orthodontic typodont. Initial wire placement and ligation techniques will be demonstrated. Hands-on exercises include •Cephalometric analysis •Bonding (bracket placement exercise) •Mechanics (wire placement and technique) Session 2: Class I Survey & Biomechanics Dates: Friday, 6 July - Sunday 8 July 2018 This portion of the course will address specific information on treatment timing issues, when to treat and when not to treat. Phase 1 and interceptive treatment modalities and arch development will be discussed. Class I crowded cases with expansion mechanics/appliances and their adjustment will be covered. Participants will then begin a detailed study of basic orthodontic biomechanics. Intrusion and advancing arch wire fabrication and placement with various ligation techniques will be demonstrated. Participants will also begin the discussion of Class II diagnosis and treatment. Hands-on exercises include •Advancing utility arches •Intrusion utility arches (fabrication & adjustments) •Molar uprighting springs (mechanics) Session 3: Class II and Class III Survey Extractions Dates: Friday, 7 September - Sunday 9 September 2018 This session addresses Class II and Class III considerations and treatment modalities, exploring both orthopaedic and orthodontic movements. Topics to be covered include Class II correction in mixed and permanent dentition, (including various molar distalising techniques – fixed and removable), archwire selection, sequencing, elastic wear and set-up, adjunctive intrusion techniques, with particular attention to second and third order bends (tipping and torque). Hands-on exercises include •Torquing arches •Second order bends •Cervical headgear placement and adjustment •Various Class II correctors and their adjustment Session 4: Extraction Mechanics, Finishing, Detailing and Aesthetic Considerations Dates: Friday, 2 November - Sunday 4 November 2018 This session begins with extraction mechanics and their timing as well as focus on the all important topic of finishing and detailing. Included is discussion on the use of elastics and segmented arches for finishing, intraoral adjustments for efficiency, troubleshooting difficult cases and debanding. Aesthetic considerations, ortho-prosthodontic cases, retainer design and adjustments will also be covered including placement of fixed retainers. Hands-on exercises include •Artistic bends •Finishing and detailing techniques •Finishing elastics •Retainer adjustments •Multiple finishing techniques demonstrated Other Information Payment plans are available for this course. contact admin@adacpd.com.au to pay in installments Further event information

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Dr Eric Lowenhaupt

Dr Eric Lowenhaupt attended Florida State University for undergraduate studies and Emory University in Atlanta for his Dental and Orthodontic training. He completed a general practice residency and practiced general dentistry for six years before returning for his graduate orthodontic training at Emory University. Since 1986, he has been in the private practice of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics in Florida. Eric lectures nationally and internationally through his affiliation with (G) nathos (The Ricketts School for Bioprogressive Education, Southeast)and VOCA (Vital Orthodontic Considerations Australasia).

Venue

Centre for Professional Development
1 Atchison Street

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

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

Dental Implants Periodontics Prosthodontics

Melbourne Victoria Australia
24 May 2018 - 4 Oct 2018
09:30 - 17:00 (48 hrs)

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Hands On Lecture

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This course, which is based on an internationally recognized curriculum, witll be presented in a modular fashion offered throughout the year. Implant education for both the surgical and restorative phases of treatment will be carried out in a generic manner, that is, to discuss issues central to implant dentistry rather than over-emphasising system-specific issues. Speakers have been invited with a…

This course, which is based on an internationally recognized curriculum, witll be presented in a modular fashion offered throughout the year. Implant education for both the surgical and restorative phases of treatment will be carried out in a generic manner, that is, to discuss issues central to implant dentistry rather than over-emphasising system-specific issues. Speakers have been invited with a wide range of implant experiences and system uses. The importance of the restorative dentist abd a restoratively driven treatment plan in dental implant therapy is emphasised. Each of the modules will provide core information, however during later stages of the course issues inherent to four major implant systems will be discussed at length. This course has been organised to provide information relevant to more experienced practitioners and also is to encompass issues related to maintenance and dealing with implant dentistry complications. Central to this course will be the emphasis on appropriate treatment planning to ensure clinical success in this ever expanding field. At the conclusion of the course, successful completion of an open-book on-line assessment will fulfil the requirements for award of the ITI Certificate in Implant Dentistry. Curriculum Framework Goal/Learning Outcomes Theoretical: Foundation level knowledge in implant dentistry Clinical: To be able to maintain peri-implant tissue health and implant prostheses; and manage simple complications. To be able to restore Straightforward single tooth cases Course pre-requisite None Assessment Standardized on-line examination, assessment of hands-on activities Melbourne Dental School CPD certificate and ITI Certificate in implant dentistry, foundation level on successful completion of the assessment Module 1 An outline of the variety of clinical application of implants for fixed and removable replacement of teeth. Comparisons with conventional tooth replacement modalities Understanding osseointegration, bone and bone healing Soft tissue around teeth and implants – similarities and differences Mechanical behaviour of tissues and prostheses Implant survival and success Current evidence implant and prosthesis survival and success Baseline records (probing pockets, radiographs) and monitoring Oral hygiene education Routine debridement Protocol for mucositis management Protocol for peri-implantitis management and referral Hands-on instruments for implant monitoring and maintenance, plaque and calculus removal Occusal assessment Biophysical differences teeth and implants Risks posed by occlusal forces, parafunction Recommended guidelines Module 2 Anatomy in relation to implant dentistry Pharmacology with relevance to implant dentistry Radiography – ALARA, ALADA, 2D and 3D imaging for implant dentistry Biosafety, general principles for dental practice, aseptic protocols, clean versus sterile Oral Surgery – routine knowledge and skills, equipment and instruments for dentoalveolar surgery, general principles of flap design Hands-on Aseptic protocols, hand scrubbing and disinfection, gowning and gloving exercises Selecting an implant system – outline of criteria (with weighting) that would guide selection Legal and ethical aspects – documentation and record keeping, including photographic records, informed consent Module 3 Structured assessment – anamnesis/patient history and social factors Medical risk factors – common systemic risk factors that may influence dental implant management Dental risk factors – oral hygiene, chronic periodontitis, caries risk, salivary flow, parafunction Site assessment – to focus on restorative assessment, but no to include elements of the soft tissues and the underlying bone Risk assessment – SAC clarification, online tool, esthetic risk assessment (ERA) Additional investigations – diagnostic articulated dental casts, wax-up and set-up, radiographic templates, photography CBCL (Case based collaborative learning) – Cases to be provided for participants to discuss in groups and to assess case complexity and establish risk profile (includes dental chart, radiographs, photographs etc) Module 4 Surgical protocols Tooth extraction protocols Provisionalisation during surgery The true state of play at immediate loading Hands-on implant placement Measure of osseointegration Surgical restorative correspondence Interim measures prior to restoration including healing abutment selection Clinical tips and hints Module 5 Implant impressions Implants in the wrong place Current concepts in implant connection and abutments Implant provisionals CAD Interface with the lab Material choices Delivery of an implant crown Having the right hardware – torque wrenches and drivers Screw mechanics Module 6 Biological complications Restorative complications Managing complications Maintenance protocols Ongoing soft tissue appraisal and maintenance Medical legal issues On-line assessment/examiniation to be taken on participants own lap top or mobile device. Module 1: Thursday 24 May 2018 (Full day 9.00 am - 5.00 pm) Module 2: Friday 1 June 2018 (Full day 9.00 am - 5.00 pm) Module 3: Thursday 5 July 2018 (Full day 9.00 am to 5.00 pm Module 4: Thursday 9 and Friday 10 August 2018 (Two full days 9.00 am - 5.00 pm) Module 5: Tuesday 11 and Wednesday 12 September 2018 (Two full days 9.00 am - 5.00 pm) Module 6: Thursday 4 October 2018 (Full day 9.00 am to 5.00 pm) Further event information

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Mr Andrew Bridgeman is a specialist Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon in private practice. He graduated BDSc, and MBBS from The University of Melbourne and has a Masters Degree in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery from the same university. He completed his specialist fellowship in 1999, and undertook further post-fellowship training in the United Kingdom in the surgical management of head & neck oncology. He has multiple journal publications and has a special interest in Orthognathic surgery and surigcal implantology. Mr Mark Barit obtained his undergraduate dental qualification at the University of Melbourne for Dentistry and Medicine 1999 and 2005 respectively. Mark has worked in many hospitals in Australia and overseas in the UK. He received his Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Training through the Victorian Training Program, involving rotations through various Melbourne Hospitals (The Royal Dental Hospital, The Alfred Hospital, Austin Hospital, Royal Children’s Hospital, Southern Health and The Royal Melbourne Hospital). Mark then undertook a Clinical Fellowship in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery at University Hospital Aintree & Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, in Liverpool UK. During this time he worked with various subspecialty Oral and Maxillofacial Units including: the Head & Neck Oncology and Reconstructive Team, the Cleft / Craniofacial and Facial Deformity Teams. Additionally, Mark was heavily involved in the management of numerous facial trauma cases which were managed by the Maxillofacial Surgery Unit. Dr Paul Wright completed his undergraduate degree at Melbourne University in 1979, attaining his Bachelor of Dental Science degree with Honours. After a period in general practice and an extended sojourn travelling overseas, Paul commenced postgraduate studies in 1985 obtaining his Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of Dental Surgeons in 1987. In 1988, he joined Dr Harley Moffatt in East Kew, forming an associateship in 1989. Paul has a keen interest in the scientific basis of clinical procedures and strongly believes in continuing education as a prerequisite to delivering the highest standard of dental care to his patients.Dr Wright maintains an active interest in dental education. He served as a demonstrator to dental students at Melbourne University for over 10 years. He served on the Graduate Education Committee of the Australian Dental Association and 9 years on the committee of the Australian Prosthodontic Society as President for 2006/2007. He is currently serving as a member of the A.D.A. defense commitee. He has served as an examiner for the R.A.C.D.S. Affiliate programme and has also served as an examiner in Operative Dentistry for the A.D.C. He is currently an examiner for the M.R.A.C.D.S. programme. Dr Adam Rosenberg graduated with a BDS from the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa and obtained his Masters Degree in Periodontology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill USA. Dr Rosenberg is in full time clinical private practice in Melbourne. Dr Rosenberg is actively involved in continuing professional development both nationally and internationally. Fields of interest include periodontal plastic surgery, implantology and guided bone and tissue regeneration. Dr Benedicta Wong completed her BDS in New Zealand in 2005 and subsequently worked in Mackay for Queensland Health. She then moved to practice in both the public and private sectors in Malaysia. She returned to Melbourne in 2011 to complete her specialist training in the field periodontics in 2013. Since then, she has been practicing in Melbourne as a specialist periodontist, and is actively involved in continuing education activities. Dr Shayne Callis graduated BDS with distinction in 1985 at The University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg (Wits) and was the recipient of awards for Periodontology, Maxillofacial and Oral Surgery (Lester Brown award), Conservative Dentistry and Pharmacology (Jan Breyer award). He graduated M Dent in the field of Periodontics and Oral Medicine (Wits) in 1991 and maintained a private practice in Johannesburg and a post graduate teaching position at Wits until 2001. He has served on the committees of the South African society for periodontics and the South African society for dental implantology and was the president of the latter society for a 2 year term. He attained the Australian Dental Certificate in 2000 and has been in full time practice in Balwyn since 2002. His clinical interests are in the management of periodontitis, both surgical and non-surgical and dental implants. He has been a clinical demonstrator in the post graduate clinic at Melbourne University since 2004, and has also served as an examiner for Melbourne University. He is a fellow of the ITI. Dr Andrew Tucker maintains a Specialist Periodontal and Implant practice in Melbourne. He has taught postgraduate periodontics and implant dentistry at University of Melbourne for over 10 years. Dr Tucker is a Fellow of RACDS and the Royal College of Surgeons and Physicians (Glasgow). Dr Robert De Poi graduated with a BDS, 1994 (University of Melbourne) and then worked in private general practice for 14 years where he developed an interest in Periodontics. Robert is a Specialist Periodontist with a practice in Moonee Pongs. He received his MDSC in Periodontics (Indiana University School of Dentistry). In 2002 he was awarded the Dr and Mrs. Gerald M Kramer Scholarship for Excellence by the American Academy of Periodontology Foundation. Robert is involved with teaching in the periodontal programme at the University of Melbourne and has lectured at many continuing professional development courses. He is a councillor of the ADAVB Inc., and a member of various societies and academies. 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 Alice HS Huynh is a female Specialist Periodontist who speaks Cantonese, Mandarin and Vietnamese (as well as English). Alice is a registered specialist periodontist under the Dental Board of Australia. She specializes in periodontal treatment and dental implants. Alice graduated from the University of Melbourne (2007) with BDSc (Hons). She than worked at the Alfred Hospital in 2008 where she gained increased experience in working with medically compromised patients and developed an interest in surgery. Since then, she has worked in private practices in Melbourne and embarked on her DCD in periodontics in 2012 at the University of Melbourne and graduated in 2014. Her research thesis was on the proteome (the proteins found in various tissues) of gingival fluid in healthy, gingivitis and periodontitis. This has been accepted for publication in a peer reviewed journal. Alice is a member of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Periodontists, the Australian Society of Periodontology and the Australian Dental Association. Dr Gary Yip is a Periodontist in private practice in Melbourne and is also a diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology. He is involved in the clinical teaching for the postgraduate program in Periodontology in the Melbourne Dental School. Gary has lectured in the fields of periodontics and implantology both in Australia and overseas. Dr Chris Evans completed his BDSc (University of Queensland), and his MDSc in prosthodontics (University of Melbourne). He is in full-time specialist prosthodontic practice in Brighton, and has a branch practice in Albury, NSW. Chris has been involved with teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students at The University of Melbourne and has been involved in several international multi-centre clinical research trials. He has presented on implant dentistry and other prosthodontic topics throughout Australasia, Asia, America and Europe. Dr Jaffa Abduo received his BDS (Otago, New Zealand), DClinDent (Otago, New Zealand), MRACDS (Pros). His current position is as Senior Lecturer in Prosthodontics and Convener of the Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Dentistry (Implants) and Convenor of Removable Prosthodontics at the Melbourne Dental School. His research interest are in the areas of CAD/CAM dentistry, Removable prosthodontics, Implant biomechanics and Dental occlusion. Jaafar’s teaching interests are in the areas of Fixed and removable prosthodontics, Oral implantology and Evidence based prosthodontics. Dr Kunal Pandya completed his undergraduate dental training at the University of Queensland in 2002. He worked in general practice for four years, prior to commencing specialist Prosthodontic training at the University of Melbourne in 2007. Kunal currently practices at Prosthodontic Associates in Collins Street, Melbourne and is actively involved in continuing education with the ADA and the University of Melbourne. Dr Andrew Flood is a specialist prosthodontist and has for a number of years been a central fi gure in the specialist training program at the Melbourne Dental School and has also had a clinical appointment with the Maxillofacial Unit at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. Andrew has lectured on various prosthodontic subjects both internationally and nationally and has a keen interest in the provision of immediately loaded dental implants. Dr Nick Palfreyman is a specialist prosthodontist practicing in Ballarat and Melbourne. He completed undergraduate and postgraduate speciality training at the University of Melbourne. Nick has served in the Australian Defence force and been admitted to Fellowship of the RACDS. Nick is involved in teaching conventional and implant prosthodontics at the University and Melbourne and has lectured across the country in implant prosthodontics. He has a strong interest in dental implant biomechanics and conservative aesthetic rehabilitations. Dr Graham Woolley is a Lecturer in Fixed Prosthodontics at The University of Melbourne, Melbourne Dental School. He also works as a prosthodontist for the Australian Defence Force and in specialist private practice. His main area of interest is implantology and prosthodontic treatment of wear and parafunction. Associate 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.

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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

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

2018 NZAO ERDG Symposium
NZAO

Orthodontics

Nelso
20 Sep 2018 - 21 Sep 2018
08:00 - 17:30 (25 hrs)

Lysle E. Johnston, Jr., DDS, MS, PhD Professor Emeritus, Orthodontics and Pediatric Dentistry
Hands On Lecture Peer Contact Post graduate study

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Tackling Indiscriminate Orthodontics - Has it become the uncritical selling the unlikely to the unknowing?

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Lysle E. Johnston, Jr., DDS, MS, PhD Professor Emeritus, Orthodontics and Pediatric Dentistry

Lysle E. Johnston, Jr., is professor emeritus of dentistry, the University of Michigan, and professor emeritus of orthodontics, Saint Louis University. He graduated from the University of Michigan School of Dentistry in 1961 and from Michigan’s Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies (orthodontics) in 1964. He studied anatomy at the Queen’s University of Belfast (1961-2) and received a Ph.D. in anatomy from Case Western Reserve University in 1970. Before coming to the University of Michigan, he chaired the orthodontic departments of Case Western Reserve University (1971-6) and Saint Louis University (1976-91). At Michigan, he chaired the Department of Orthodontics and Pediatric Dentistry and was the Robert Browne Professor of Dentistry (1991-2004). He also served as director of the Graduate Orthodontic Program and taught statistics, cephalometrics, facial growth, occlusal development, and orthodontic history. For nearly 40 years, he has studied the differential effects of various orthodontic treatments, the mechanisms of facial growth, and the nature of the interaction between growth and treatment. Extramural support, both for this research and for the publications that have resulted from it, has been supplied by grants from the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research. During the course of his academic career, Dr. Johnston has advised approximately 100 master’s theses and has contributed to the education of approximately 500 orthodontic specialists. He has lectured widely and is the recipient of numerous of honors, most notably the Albert H. Ketcham award of the American Board of Orthodontics, the 5th International Award of the Italian Society, and the Dewel Award of the American Association of Orthodontics. He has delivered both the Mershon and Salzmann Lectures of the American Association of Orthodontics, the Angle Memorial Lecture of the E.H. Angle Society of Orthodontists (twice), the Northcroft Lecture of the British Society for the Study of Orthodontics, and the Arthur Thornton Taylor Memorial Lecture of the Australian Society of Orthodontics. A fellow of both the American and International colleges of dentistry and a fellow in dental surgery by election of the Royal College of Surgeons (England), Dr. Johnston has served on the editorial boards of a number of journals, including both the American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics and the (British) Journal of Orthodontics; was a member of the Oral Biology and Medicine Study Section of the National Institutes of Health; and was a director of the Edward H. Angle Society of Orthodontists. On a personal note, Dr. Johnston is married and has two children, Ann-Christine and Michael. His hobbies include tennis, elderly British sports cars, and old movies.

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Venue

The Rutherford Hotel
Trafalgar Square

Organisers

NZAO
PO Box 179
Albany Village
Albany
0795
New Zealand

Jean Templeton
T: 09 442 1099
E: admin@orthodontists.org.nz
W: www.orthodontists.org.nz

10 Tips for Raising Resilient and Responsible Kids
Nelson Orthodontics

Orthodontics

NELSON 7010
21 Sep 2018
07:00 - 08:00 (1 hrs)

• Florence M. Sturm, CPE
DVD/CD/Video

Join Certified Parent Educator, Florence Sturm, for a fun and productive parenting seminar filled with wisdom, humor and practical advice, guaranteed to help you to communicate in a new way that will encourage responsibility, inspire confidence and develop the best possible relationship with your children. You will laugh, learn and practice new skills!

Join Certified Parent Educator, Florence Sturm, for a fun and productive parenting seminar filled with wisdom, humor and practical advice, guaranteed to help you to communicate in a new way that will encourage responsibility, inspire confidence and develop the best possible relationship with your children. You will laugh, learn and practice new skills!

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• Florence M. Sturm, CPE

Florence Sturm, C.P.E., has been a certified parent educator since 1991. As the mother of five children and after 26 years of facilitating programs for parents, she has seen the overwhelming needs of parents for information, support, skills and principles of healthy parenting. Florence taught classes at Parents, Inc. for 13 years and Family Forum for 5 years before starting ParentEd., an organization which offers classes and workshops for parents.

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Organisers

Nelson Orthodontics
27 Waimea Road
7010
New Zealand

Andrew Lush
T: 03 546 6981
E: andrewlush@nelsonortho.co.nz

Primespeak Master Class
Prime Practice

Dental Education Dental Materials Patient Management Practice Management

Sydney, NSW, 2000, Australia
21 Sep 2018
08:00 - 17:00 (7 hrs)

Patric Moberger
Hands On Lecture

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Take your Primespeak skills to a new level. This workshop will cover: - Learn exciting advanced communications techniques that were not covered in the Primespeak Seminar. - Study a variety of basic and complex cases to re-program the way you communicate. - Each Masterclass will offer unique teachings and are part of an ongoing communication development program. You can choose to attend all in the series…

Take your Primespeak skills to a new level. This workshop will cover: - Learn exciting advanced communications techniques that were not covered in the Primespeak Seminar. - Study a variety of basic and complex cases to re-program the way you communicate. - Each Masterclass will offer unique teachings and are part of an ongoing communication development program. You can choose to attend all in the series or individual classes. How it works: We will supply photographs and patient information data. As a group, we review the case with consideration to the clinical and the psychological factors. Then in small groups participants will practice specific skills. Each class deals with unique cases and so as you attend more classes you will be exposed to different scenarios. 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

Novotel Sydney Central
169-179 Thomas 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

Dental Technology Day 2018
University of Otago - Oral Rehabilitation

Dental Education Dental Materials Dental Technology Prosthodontics

Dunedin
21 Sep 2018
08:00 - 17:00 (7 hrs)

Multiple
Lecture

ONLINE ENROLMENT

Annual conference event involving clinical cases and material science research.

Annual conference event involving clinical cases and material science research. Further event information

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Speaker

Multiple

multiple speakers will be presenting a range of topics

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Venue

Dunedin Art Gallery
Octogan

Organisers

University of Otago - Oral Rehabilitation
Rm 4.84 School of Dentistry
Walsh Building
310 Great King Street
9016
NEW ZEALAND

Shirley Claxton
T: 03 479 7125
E: oral.rehabilitation@otago.ac.nz
W: www.otago.ac.nz

Drastic Plastic: Improving the Predictability of Clear Aligners
Nelson Orthodontics

Orthodontics

NELSON 7010
21 Sep 2018
08:00 - 09:00 (1 hrs)

• Steven Jay Bowman, DMD, MSD
DVD/CD/Video

Once limitations of clear aligner treatments were identified, conceptualizing techniques to improve the predictability in producing desired results was the next logical step. A variety of concepts, methods, and adjuncts have subsequently been introduced to enhance the efficacy and effectiveness of clear aligners. As a consequence, the scope of biomechanics and type of malocclusions that can be more…

Once limitations of clear aligner treatments were identified, conceptualizing techniques to improve the predictability in producing desired results was the next logical step. A variety of concepts, methods, and adjuncts have subsequently been introduced to enhance the efficacy and effectiveness of clear aligners. As a consequence, the scope of biomechanics and type of malocclusions that can be more predictably treated has increased, much like adjuncts have improved traditional fixed appliances. As one example, the inclusion of miniscrew temporary skeletal anchorage has permitted the addition of direct and indirect anchorage to support and control more predictable programmed tooth movements with aligners. Learning Objectives: • Identify the purpose and advantages of individualizing clear aligners and applying adjunctive forces to increase treatment predictability. • Familiarize themselves with a variety of applications and uses for adjuncts to aligners such as miniscrew anchorage, the addition of buttons/elastics, and enhancement instruments. • Prepare a streamlined process for enhancing the clear aligner treatment planning process to incorporate individualized modifications for each patient.

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Speaker

• Steven Jay Bowman, DMD, MSD

S. Jay Bowman DMD, MSD is a Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics and a member of the Edward H. Angle Society of Orthodontists. He developed and teaches the Straightwire course at The University of Michigan, is an Adjunct Associate Professor at Saint Louis University, an Assistant Clinical Professor at Case Western Reserve University, Visiting Clinical Lecturer at Seton Hill University, and Milton Sims Visiting Professor at the University of Adelaide. He maintains a private specialty practice of orthodontics in Portage, MI.

Venue

Organisers

Nelson Orthodontics
27 Waimea Road
7010
New Zealand

Andrew Lush
T: 03 546 6981
E: andrewlush@nelsonortho.co.nz

Infection control and sterilisation in the practice: Policy and Procedure and in-practice compliance
Lumino The Dentists

Infection Control

Auckland
21 Sep 2018
08:30 - 12:30 (4 hrs)

Meg Sharp
Lecture

A comprehensive review of practice policies and procedures for compliance to a validated infection control and sterilisation programme, including: - Policies and procedures - Immunisation requirements - Infection control management plan - Quality assurance tool and assessment - Sterilisation and associated records including documentation.

A comprehensive review of practice policies and procedures for compliance to a validated infection control and sterilisation programme, including: - Policies and procedures - Immunisation requirements - Infection control management plan - Quality assurance tool and assessment - Sterilisation and associated records including documentation.

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Speaker

Meg Sharp

Megan Sharpe - Professional Services Manager Infection Control & Sterilisation Consultant Practice Management Consultant AAPM Certified HBDI Whole Brain Technology Practitioner

Venue

Max and Beresford
116 Remuera Rd, Remuera

Organisers

Lumino The Dentists
West Plaza Building, Level 11
3-7 Albert Street
3-7 Albert Street
1010
New Zealand

Sharnah Phillips
T: 93 617 133
E: sharnah.phillips@lumino.co.nz
W: www.lumino.co.nz

The Era of the Virtual Patient
Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons

Community Dentistry Dental Education Dental Implants Dental Technology Endodontics General Dentistry Infection Control Oral & General Health Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Oral Medicine Oral Medicine & Pathology Oral Surgery Oral Surgery & Medicine Orthodontics Orthodontics/Orthognathic Surgery Paedodontics Pain Control & Diagnostics Patient Management Periodontics Periodontics/Restorative Dentistry Preventative Dentistry Prosthodontics Public Health Dentistry Restorative Dentistry

ADELAIDE SA 5000
21 Sep 2018 - 23 Sep 2018
08:30 - 13:30 (17 hrs)

Prof German Gallucci, Prof Bill Scarfe, Dr Chng Chai Kia, Dr Ben Chow, Dr Suzanne Hanlin, Prof Alison Rich
Lecture Peer Contact

The RACDS 2018 Convocation Programme Committee have developed a thought provoking programme that will feature keynote lectures, workshops and concurrent sessions on the theme of ‘The Era of a Virtual Patient’. The Convocation programme will explore the impact of digital data and technology on the delivery of dental care across the life course.

The RACDS 2018 Convocation Programme Committee have developed a thought provoking programme that will feature keynote lectures, workshops and concurrent sessions on the theme of ‘The Era of a Virtual Patient’. The Convocation programme will explore the impact of digital data and technology on the delivery of dental care across the life course. Further event information

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Speaker

Prof German Gallucci, Prof Bill Scarfe, Dr Chng Chai Kia, Dr Ben Chow, Dr Suzanne Hanlin, Prof Alison Rich

Speaker Bios attached in email and available on the Convocation Website. Speakers Continued; Dr Theresia Sudjalim, A/Prof Chris Barnett, Prof Sharon Goldfeld, Prof Saso Ivanovski, Dr Matthew McLaughlin, Ms Julie Brooke-Cowden, A/Prof Ramesh Balasubramanian, Prof Michael Davies, Dr David Roessler, Prof Jonathan Clark, Dr George Dimitroulis, Dr Erin Mahoney, Dr Andre Bendyk, Dr Daniel Farmer, A/Prof Sharon Liberali,

Venue

Hilton Adelaide
233 Victoria Square

Organisers

Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons
Level 13
37 York Street
2000
Australia

RACDS RACDS
T: +6 129 2626044
E: charlotte.anneveld@racds.org
W: www.racds.org

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