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

Oral Medicine Oral Medicine & Pathology


1 Jan 2017 - 25 Nov 2017
09:00 - 12:00 (7 hrs)

Professor Michael McCullough
Internet Lecture

ONLINE ENROLMENT

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…

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 2016). 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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Speaker

Professor Michael McCullough

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.

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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 9035 6137
E: sam.v@unimelb.edu.au
W: ecommerce.dent.unimelb.edu.au

Live Patient Implant Surgical Hands-On Course

Dental Implants Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Oral Surgery

Santi Domingo
27 Apr 2017 - 29 Jun 2017
08:00 - 17:00 (30 hrs)

Arun Garg
Hands On Peer Contact

Live supervised implant surgery including multiple ridgevsolit and sinus lift procedures both lateral and crystal approach.

Live supervised implant surgery including multiple ridgevsolit and sinus lift procedures both lateral and crystal approach.

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Speaker

Arun Garg

OMS, founder of Dental Implant Seminars, past president ICOI, current president IDIA.

Venue

Institute of Garg
Santo Domingo
Dominican Republic

Organisers


9 Pinotage Drive
Greenmeadows
Napier
4112

Regan Leslie
T: 06 844 2718
E: regannz@hotmail.com

Vital Orthodontics for Dentists 2017
ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development

General Dentistry Orthodontics

St Leonards, Australia
5 May 2017 - 5 Nov 2017
08:30 - 15:00 (72 hrs)

Dr Eric Lowenhaupt
Hands On Lecture

ONLINE ENROLMENT

Session 1: Getting Started Dates: 5-7 May 2017 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…

Session 1: Getting Started Dates: 5-7 May 2017 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 placebands 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: 7-9 July 2017 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: 15-17 September 2017 This session addresses Class II and Class III considerations and treatment modalities, exploring both orthopedic 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: 3-5 November 2017 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 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).

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Venue

Centre for Professional Development
71-73 Lithgow 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 Restorative Implant Dentistry: Modular Implant Course for Dental Practitoners
Melbourne Dental School, The University of Melbourne

Dental Education Dental Implants Prosthodontics Restorative Dentistry

melbourne victoria australia
25 May 2017 - 5 Oct 2017
09:00 - 17:00 (48 hrs)

Multiple
Hands On Lecture

ONLINE ENROLMENT

Principles of Implant Dentistry 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…

Principles of Implant Dentistry 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. 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Multiple

PROSTHODONTISTS Associate Professor Roy Judge - Dr Graham Woolley - Dr Nick Palfreyman - Dr Andrew Flood - Dr Kunal Pandya - Dr Jaafar Abduo PERIODONTISTS - Dr Gary Yip - Dr Melinda Newnham - Professor Ivan Darby - Dr Robert Depoi - Dr Andrew Tucker - Dr Adam Rosenberg ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL SURGEON - Dr Andrew Bridgeman - Dr Paul Wright - Dr Shayne Callis - A/Professor Stephen Chen - Dr Mark Barit - Dr Benedicta Wong - Alice Huynh

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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 9035 6137
E: sam.v@unimelb.edu.au
W: ecommerce.dent.unimelb.edu.au

Sem#12 Periodontics, Maxillofacial, TMD ...
Progressive Orthodontic Seminars

Orthodontics Orthodontics/Orthognathic Surgery Periodontics

Melbourne Australia
15 Jun 2017 - 18 Jul 2017
08:30 - 17:00 (32 hrs)

Dr. Charlie KAHWAGI
DVD/CD/Video Hands On Internet Lecture

Putting It Together: Periodontics, Maxillofacial, TMD, Implantology, & Orthodontics  Diagnosing and Treatment Planning of 4 Complicated-Multidisciplinary Cases that YOU Can Now Manage  ON LINE 50 question Final Exam multiplechoice–Covering Over 1000 Orthodontic Principles  Presenting Two of Your Own Cases  Improving the prognosis of periodontal cases with ortho. …

Putting It Together: Periodontics, Maxillofacial, TMD, Implantology, & Orthodontics  Diagnosing and Treatment Planning of 4 Complicated-Multidisciplinary Cases that YOU Can Now Manage  ON LINE 50 question Final Exam multiplechoice–Covering Over 1000 Orthodontic Principles  Presenting Two of Your Own Cases  Improving the prognosis of periodontal cases with ortho.  Common orthodontics aproaches that can exacervate TMD and Management of TMD patients  Building Ridges with Ortho Before Implant Placement  Introduction to Corticotomy to overcome skeletal resistance and extend the range of dental movements  Surgical cases  Management of transpositions and warren springs.  Hands on: warren springs

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Dr. Charlie KAHWAGI

Tertiary Education: Dental Degree achieved in 1991 Melbourne University Professional Information: Private practice 1991-present Principal dentist in a multidisciplinary general practice facility in Lara, Australia employing 4 full time dentists, 2 full time hygienist / therapists and 20 odd auxiliary staff Ongoing education: POS 1997 – 1999 Advanced POS class in 2010-2011 POS Instructors’ class 2011 Implant surgery through “Branemark Centre” Perth 1997 - 1999 Various bone grafting and advanced implant courses 1993-present Trained for “Nobel Guide” and “All-On-4” surgical techniques 2005 - 2006 Professional Societies: Australian Dental Association (ADA) Australian Osseo-integration Society (AOS) Australian Society of Implant Dentistry (ASID) International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI) American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD) Practice focus: Providing exceptional comprehensive dentistry Empowering patient’s to achieve their dental goals Key Interest areas: Orthodontics Implants Full mouth rehabilitation Personal information: Born 1969 in Melbourne Married with 2 children Hobbies include: Family,4WD, camping, skiing, boating, cricket, Amateur radio communication and all things scientific! Gold Member of the Richmond Football Club

Venue

Rydges Hotel, 186 Exhibition St, Melb
VIC 3000
03 9662 0511

Organisers

Progressive Orthodontic Seminars
18 Friendship Avenue
Kellyville
2155
Australia

Karen Cassar
T: +61 2 9899 9191
E: karen@posortho.net
W: www.posortho.com

Prosthodontics for Practice
Melbourne Dental School, The University of Melbourne

Dental Education Prosthodontics Restorative Dentistry

melbourne victoria australia
16 Jun 2017 - 13 Jul 2017
09:00 - 17:00 (18 hrs)

Multiple
Hands On Lecture

ONLINE ENROLMENT

The Prosthodontics for Practice course runs over two and a half days and aims to deal with conventional prosthodontic issues relevant to every-day practice. The program will emphasise core issues in treatment planning for conventional prosthodontics using carefully selected cases. The course will also focus on enhancing clinical skills required for these technique-sensitive procedures. Hands-on sessions…

The Prosthodontics for Practice course runs over two and a half days and aims to deal with conventional prosthodontic issues relevant to every-day practice. The program will emphasise core issues in treatment planning for conventional prosthodontics using carefully selected cases. The course will also focus on enhancing clinical skills required for these technique-sensitive procedures. Hands-on sessions will be structured around each of the treatment options. Individual lectures will be given in the laboratory and will be immediately followed by the appropriate laboratory exercise. The laboratory exercises will be constructed around a clinical case requiring an extensive range of treatment modalities. The conclusion of the program will be a catch-up session in which consequences of treatment choices undertaken, maintenance and management of failure will be extensively discussed. Major Topics - Treatment planning - Three-unit bridge design and preparation - Post and core preparation - Veneer design and preparation - The place of the classic metal ceramic crown in current practice - Anterior all-ceramic restoration - Adhesive bridge preparation concepts - Posterior ceramic inlay/only design and preparation - Gold inlay/onlay design and preparation Further event information

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Multiple

- Dr Chris Evans - Dr Simon Wylie - Dr Harry Vlachodimitropoulos - Dr Nick Palfreyman - Dr gaurika Sud - Dr Dinusha Goonawardana - Dr Jaafar Abduo - Dr Chee Chang

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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 9035 6137
E: sam.v@unimelb.edu.au
W: ecommerce.dent.unimelb.edu.au

Dentoalveolar Surgery Refresher Course
Melbourne Dental School, The University of Melbourne

Dental Education Oral Surgery

melbourne victoria australia
26 Jun 2017 - 30 Jun 2017
09:00 - 17:00 (30 hrs)

Multiple
Hands On Lecture

ONLINE ENROLMENT

This 5-day course is designed to allow participants to refresh their knowledge of the basic principles of oral surgery and enhance their extraction skills. It will allow participants to achieve deeper insight into the most common surgical complications encountered in general practice and to become confident in the surgical management of minor dentoalveolar surgical cases as well as being able to manage…

This 5-day course is designed to allow participants to refresh their knowledge of the basic principles of oral surgery and enhance their extraction skills. It will allow participants to achieve deeper insight into the most common surgical complications encountered in general practice and to become confident in the surgical management of minor dentoalveolar surgical cases as well as being able to manage medically compromised patients in a majority of situations. Major Topics - Medically compromised patient - Infection control update - Outline of basic surgical techniques - Management of the Bisphosphonate patient - Exodontia and management of common complications of exodontia - Surgical management of third molars - Surgical aspect of orthodontics, endodontics and prosthodontics Learning Objectives At the conclusion of the course, participants should: - be able to manage the majority of complex extractions and minor dentoalveolar surgery cases  Further event information

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Multiple

- Dr Dragan Grubor - Mr Warren Crossley

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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 9035 6137
E: sam.v@unimelb.edu.au
W: ecommerce.dent.unimelb.edu.au

Practical Radiography in Dental Practice
ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development

General Dentistry Radiography

Sydney, Australia
28 Jun 2017
08:30 - 12:30 (3.5 hrs)

Dr Steven Cohn and Dr Peter Case
Hands On Lecture

ONLINE ENROLMENT

Accurate radiographs are essential to make a correct diagnosis, deliver positive treatment outcomes, assess long-term results and provide medico-legal protection. This course will look at the opportunities and challenges of 2D and 3D imaging. Conventional 2D images remain the mainstay of dental treatment with film, digital sensors or phosphor plate options. Digital systems used correctly reduce radiation…

Accurate radiographs are essential to make a correct diagnosis, deliver positive treatment outcomes, assess long-term results and provide medico-legal protection. This course will look at the opportunities and challenges of 2D and 3D imaging. Conventional 2D images remain the mainstay of dental treatment with film, digital sensors or phosphor plate options. Digital systems used correctly reduce radiation exposure and the need for manual processing of traditional film. Software allows manipulation of images to enhance diagnostic quality. However, digital radiography presents clinical challenges due to the size and rigidity of the sensors in certain parts of the mouth. Managed incorrectly the advantages of digital technology can be negated. There are a confusing number of film/sensor holders and beam alignment devices on the market. This course will utilize two holders that operate across all 2D platforms and give you the results you need and want, including one of the most difficult procedures, an accurate endodontic image with rubber dam in place. 3D images provided by CBCT enhance diagnosis in complex cases. This is an exciting new addition to diagnostic imaging. Usage is increasing rapidly. However, CBCT is an added expense for the patient as well as additional exposure to radiation. How do you decide when CBCT is indicated? What are the best and easiest to use software programs? How do you interpret the information provided by the CBCT? This course will provide clear guidelines for this emerging technology. The ability to take accurate and reproducible 2D radiographs or digital images is a fundamental requirement for a successful dental practice. The objective of this part of the course is to demonstrate simple clinical techniques to achieve this aim for all teeth and under all clinical situations Attendees should be willing to try the recommended film holders on themselves and have the rubber dam applied for that part of the course dealing with endodontic treatment. 3D imaging is a new and exciting tool that improves diagnosis and treatment planning. The aim of this part of the course is to make you familiar with all aspects of this technology so you can decide how 3D can become part of your practice. Topics include - What is the definition of a high quality 2D image? - 2D positioning techniques for all teeth - Conventional film versus digital; pros and cons - Advance in diagnosis and treatment planning with cutting-edge technologies - 3D imaging pros and cons - Interpretation of CBCT images: how to use generic imaging software to maximum advantage - Which 3D imaging system suits my surgery? Learning Objectives At the conclusion of this course participants will know how to: - Successfully image any part of the mouth - Deal with difficult situations such as gagging - Correct procedural errors by applying a standard formula - Apply the "buccal object rule" in both the horizontal and vertical planes - Assess the clinical benefits of digital versus phosphor systems - Successfully take endodontic “working” films with rubber dam - Rapidly process radiographs in 40 seconds that are of lasting quality - Enhance the interpretation of 3D imaging - Identify pathology and artifacts in 2D and 3D images - Understand the medico-legal implications of 3D imaging Further event information

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Dr Steven Cohn and Dr Peter Case

Dr Steven Cohn is a specialist endodontist in Sydney. He received both his dental degree and certificate of specialist training in endodontics from Columbia University in New York. Steve has taught endodontics at Sydney University and Westmead Hospital at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels since 1979 while maintaining a private specialist practice. He is the former Director of Postgraduate Endodontics at the University of Sydney and was a member of the Committee for Continuing Education in Dentistry at the University of Sydney for over 15 years. Steve developed the Snapex radiography system in 1978, has lectured widely nationally and internationally and authored numerous publications. He has served as a consultant for the Dunvale and Rinn corporations. Presently he is involved in teaching a Masters of Endodontics program in Cambodia. Since 1993 he has been the convener of the annual “Successful Endodontics for the General Practitioner”, a patient-based course conducted at the University of Sydney. In 1998 Dr. Cohn organized the first training course in Australia using the microscope in endodontics designed for endodontic postgraduate students, and in 2009 convened a new course on the role of the microscope in general dental practice. Both courses are annual events. He also serves as a microscope consultant for practitioners in their surgeries. Peter Case completed his BDSc from the University of Queensland in 2001, then a Doctorate of Clinical Dentistry in Endodontics in 2009. Peter was a Lieutenant Commander in the Royal Australian Navy, serving as the Fleet Dental Surgeon. After spending much of his naval career at sea, he was providing endodontic treatment to military personnel from all areas of eastern Australia and was one of the senior clinical mentors for the junior Dental Officers of the Australian Defence Force. Whilst maintaining a full time Military commitment, Peter also worked part-time in the Park Street practice of Sydney Endodontists. Peter commenced full time with Sydney Endodontists on his discharge from the Navy June 2014. Peter is the President of the Australian Society of Endodontology (NSW). Peter is also the Secretary of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Endodontists.

Venue

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

Dental Modular Certificate Course Level 4
Emcare Services Limited

Medical Emergencies

Auckland
28 Jun 2017
08:30 - 12:30 (4 hrs)

Geoff Sim
Hands On Lecture

Dental Modular Certificate Course Level 4

Dental Modular Certificate Course Level 4

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Geoff Sim

Geoff qualified as a Registered Comprehensive Nurse in 1996, and has worked in a variety of roles including Adult and Paediatric Neurosciences, Paediatric Intensive Care, Post Anaesthetic Care, Resuscitation Training and as a Nurse Educator. Geoff is currently employed as a Clinical Nurse Advisor with Auckland City Hospital where he has a senior clinical role and is a part of the resuscitation team for Auckland and Starship hospitals. He has had extensive experience in simulation based training and is a New Zealand Resuscitation Council Level 4-7 instructor. He has a passion for coaching, and supporting people through resuscitation and in the teaching of human factors. When not actively involved in resuscitation at Auckland City Hospital, Geoff is a co-owner of Emcare Services Ltd, is a Senior Clinical Tutor for the Department of Anaesthesiology, University of Auckland, and a volunteer Paramedic for St John. Geoffs aim is to give people the skills to deal with the unexpected in a fun, relaxed learning environment.

Venue

Hey Bunyan McAlister Orthodontists
2 Walter MacDonald Street
Howick

Organisers

Emcare Services Limited
4 Raphael Place
West Harbour
0618
New Zealand

Emcare Services
T: 09 477 0286
E: yvette@emcare.co.nz
W: www.emcare.co.nz

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