Impactful leadership – Self intelligence
William Buck

Patient Management Practice Management

Webinar
28 Mar 2019
18:00 - 18:30 (0.5 hrs)

Kim Daji, General Manager, William Buck
Other Webinar.

ONLINE ENROLMENT

This is the first in the series of four webinars from Kim Daji on knowing and managing ourselves and others. Successful, happy and contributing people have something in common. They know themselves well. They are clear about their strengths, they know their foibles and they use this knowledge to make better decisions and choices. In this session we will explore how you can lead yourself better and…

This is the first in the series of four webinars from Kim Daji on knowing and managing ourselves and others. Successful, happy and contributing people have something in common. They know themselves well. They are clear about their strengths, they know their foibles and they use this knowledge to make better decisions and choices. In this session we will explore how you can lead yourself better and therefore be a more impactful manager and leader. 1. What is self-intelligence? ¾ How does it impact our management and leadership of others? ¾ 2 tools to be a more self-intelligence manager and leader 2. Create your plan Further event information

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Speaker

Kim Daji, General Manager, William Buck

As the General Manager for William Buck, Kim oversees functions of Human Resources and Administration. Prior to taking on the GM role, Kim was HR Manager for major New Zealand companies in FMCG and professional services. Her expertise in people and strategy allows her to develop pragmatic solutions to business problems. Kim speaks at multiple conferences on getting the most out of people. Organisers: William Buck, Chartered Accountants & Advisors. Serving dental clients from Cape Reinga to Bluff.

Venue

Organisers

William Buck
Level 4, Zurich House
21 Queen St
Auckland
1010
New Zealand

Kieran Bird
T: 09 366 5000
E: kieran.bird@williambuck.co.nz
W: williambuck.co.nz

Introduction to CAD/CAM dentistry: Scan. Design. Mill.
Institute of Digital Dentistry Ltd

Dental Education Dental Materials Dental Technology General Dentistry Prosthodontics Restorative Dentistry

Wellington
29 Mar 2019 - 30 Mar 2019
08:30 - 18:30 (18 hrs)

Dr Hamid and Dr Ahmad Al-Hassiny
Hands On Lecture Peer Contact

CAD/CAM scanning and milling allows for more natural looking restorations than ever before, with tighter contact points and a consistently accurate fit. Learn how to process chairside restorations seamlessly in a single visit with technology that will amaze your patients! Ensure your practice is at the forefront of digital dentistry with the latest advancements in CAD/CAM technology. Learn CAD/CAM…

CAD/CAM scanning and milling allows for more natural looking restorations than ever before, with tighter contact points and a consistently accurate fit. Learn how to process chairside restorations seamlessly in a single visit with technology that will amaze your patients! Ensure your practice is at the forefront of digital dentistry with the latest advancements in CAD/CAM technology. Learn CAD/CAM scanning and designing techniques while trialling and comparing CEREC, Trios, and Planmeca scanners and mills. Upon completing this fundamental course, you will understand the nuances of each system and have hands-on experience in the practical application of CAD/CAM technology. In this 2-day intensive course, you will fabricate multiple posterior single-unit crown from start to finish with all materials provided. Over 2 Days You Will... • Trial and compare not one but three different CAD/CAM systems, this course is the only one of its kind in NZ • Gain a fundamental understanding of CAD/CAM technology and its practical applications in restorative dentistry • Learn how to Design using each CAD/CAM Software and then Mill multiple posterior crowns from your scan. • Trial and compare efficient chairside milling on three different mills (CEREC, Trios and Planmeca) to fabricate a ceramic crown • Learn principles of luting and bonding and how to implement these when cementing the restoration • Appreciate the specifics of the CAD/CAM ownership: ongoing maintenance, costs, subscription fees, calibration This is the perfect course for those wanting to step into the world of CAD/CAM dentistry and for those who are unsure which system they would like to invest in for their clinic. Further event information

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Dr Hamid and Dr Ahmad Al-Hassiny

Dr. Hamid Al-Hassiny has been practising dentistry in New Zealand for close to twenty years. He runs a state of the art 7-chair dental practice in Wellington, New Zealand and is dedicated to utilising the most advanced dental technology. Dr. Hamid is an early adopter of CADCAM technology and has been using this technology for many years, completing over 3,500 restorations. He has advanced experience in three of the latest CADCAM systems (CEREC, Trios and Planmeca) and uses them daily in his practice in many fields of dentistry including single tooth dentistry, cosmetic makeovers, full mouth rehab and restoring dental implants. Dr Ahmad Al-Hassiny is a driven and passionate dentist who has a strong focus on the digital workflow. Graduating from the University of Otago in 2015 with First Class Honours and being awarded many Clinical and Research prizes, he has continued his pursuit of excellence in dentistry. Having been trained at Otago solely using analogue and traditional techniques, Dr Ahmad is fortunate to adopt CADCAM and digital dentistry very early on in his dental career which has allowed him to focus on developing his skills in this field. Dr Ahmad understands the benefits of digital dentistry and how this can positively change daily dental practice. Following in his father’s footsteps and working alongside him, Dr Ahmad has been exposed and involved in many aspects of complex dentistry including CADCAM full mouth rehabilitation and smile design. Helping run courses with Dr Hamid, he helps provide dentists with the confidence and perspective of adopting these techniques and the benefits it can have early on in their career. Dr Ahmad empowers dentists to bring their practice and procedures into the digital age which enables them to reap the many benefits of CADCAM and digital dentistry. Upon completing this fundamental course, you will gain an in-depth understanding of each CADCAM system and have extensive hands-on experience in the practical application of CADCAM technology.

Venue

9 Hillary Court
Naenae

Organisers

Institute of Digital Dentistry Ltd
Naenae Dental Clinic
9 Hillary Court
Naenae
9011
New Zealand

Hamid Al-hassiny
T: 021 134 2995
E: director@instituteofdigitaldentistry.com

Implants 101
Implant Direct

Dental Education Dental Implants

Melbourne Vic 3000
29 Mar 2019 - 30 Mar 2019
09:00 - 17:30 (16 hrs)

Dr Saade Saade
Hands On

ONLINE ENROLMENT

101 Course – Intro to Implants (2 days) - Introduction to implants - Treatment planning - Cone Beam CT & interpretation - Case acceptance - Business of Implant dentistry - Surgical placement of single implant - Impression taking (traditional and digital) - Digital Workflow/ Treatment Planning - Prosthesis of a single tooth implant

101 Course – Intro to Implants (2 days) - Introduction to implants - Treatment planning - Cone Beam CT & interpretation - Case acceptance - Business of Implant dentistry - Surgical placement of single implant - Impression taking (traditional and digital) - Digital Workflow/ Treatment Planning - Prosthesis of a single tooth implant Further event information

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Dr Saade Saade

Dr Saade Saade is a graduate from the university of Sydney with a Graduate Diploma in Clinical Dentistry (Oral Implants). Dr Saade Saade is the principal dentist and educational director of the Australian Institute of Implant Dentistry and Dentist & Co in Balmain, Sydney. Dr Saade Saade has a keen interest in emerging dental technologies, especially in digital dentistry. Australian Institute of implant Dentistry can be contacted on 02 9810 2404 or info@dentalimplants.com.au

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Venue

Organisers

Implant Direct
10/ 112-118 Talavera Road
North Ryde NSW
2228
Australia

BRENDAN SHEED
T: 0061 2 887 03099
E: brendan.sheed@implantdirect.com.au
W: www.implantdirect.com.au

Healthy Teeth for Longer Life - Practical Solutions for Oral Health Longevity
ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development

Dental Materials Gerodontology Restorative Dentistry

St Leonards, Sydney
29 Mar 2019
09:00 - 16:30 (6.5 hrs)

Professor Ian Meyers
Hands On

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Unfortunately the presenting dentition and oral environment in some older adults is frequently sub-optimal. Consequently a range of adaptable oral health management strategies are required to help address the various dental demands and clinical situations. Individualised restorative management protocols that provide pragmatic outcomes and take into consideration the persons abilities and tolerance,…

Unfortunately the presenting dentition and oral environment in some older adults is frequently sub-optimal. Consequently a range of adaptable oral health management strategies are required to help address the various dental demands and clinical situations. Individualised restorative management protocols that provide pragmatic outcomes and take into consideration the persons abilities and tolerance, and may need to be less invasive and less costly, are frequently required. This presentation will focus on the preservation and restoration of tooth structure and how in general dental practice we can assist our patients to retain, and where necessary, restore their teeth to ensure an ongoing healthy, functional and aesthetic dentition. A range of traditional, and not so traditional, approaches to restorative management of the ageing dentition will be presented and discussed, and will demonstrate that contrary to popular belief, minimally invasive conservative restorative management can demonstrate good aesthetic and functional longevity. The ultimate goal is to optimise oral and dental health, and thereby enhance overall general health, and enable the elderly to enjoy living a healthy, happy, dignifi ed and active independent life while ensuring long-term sustainability of the dentition. Topics include Patient examination, assessment and treatment planning strategies Compromised teeth, when to retain, when to restore, when to extract Appropriate selection and use of restorative materials Managing and maintaining compromised dentitions Hands-on simulation exercises Learning Objectives Innovative use of adhesive restorative materials Extended use of glass-ionomer cements Fibre reinforced restorations and bridges Therapeutic enhancement of restorations and prostheses The heroic rescue of the doomed dentition. Further event information

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Professor Ian Meyers

Professor Ian Meyers is the current CEO of the Australian Dental Association Queensland Branch. He is a general dental practitioner and honorary professor at The University of Queensland School of Dentistry. Throughout his career as an academic and clinician he has developed extensive experience in comprehensive patient care, diagnosis and management of worn and broken down dentition, geriatric and aged care dentistry, adhesive restorative dentistry and dental materials, and the management of patients through minimum intervention dentistry.

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

Local Analgesia Refresher Course
Melbourne Dental School, The University of Melbourne

Dental Education Other Sedation Local Anaesthesia

Melbourne
29 Mar 2019
09:00 - 17:00 (6 hrs)

Dr Clare McNally
Hands On Lecture Peer Contact

ONLINE ENROLMENT

This course aims to refresh and update your knowledge on the use of local anaesthesia. It is designed for dental practitioners who have foundation knowledge and skills in administering local anaesthesia in the dental environment. It is not suitable to expand the scope of practice of clinicians who have not previously trained in local anaesthesia. Local anaesthetics are the most commonly used drugs…

This course aims to refresh and update your knowledge on the use of local anaesthesia. It is designed for dental practitioners who have foundation knowledge and skills in administering local anaesthesia in the dental environment. It is not suitable to expand the scope of practice of clinicians who have not previously trained in local anaesthesia. Local anaesthetics are the most commonly used drugs in dentistry. They are used in the prevention and management of pain during dental procedures. The anaesthetic agent used and the technique employed can have a significant impact on the comfort of the patient during clinical procedures. This full-day program combines seminar and practical components to review local anaesthetic agents, local anaesthesia techniques and the management of local and systemic complications associated with local anaesthesia. The hands-on component includes preparing and administering infiltration and inferior alveolar nerve block injections. Please note: course participants will practice injection techniques on each other Major Topics •Anatomy and neurophysiology •Mechanism of action of local anaesthetic and vasoconstrictors •Commonly used local anesthetic agents and calculating doses •Armamentarium •Injection techniques •Considerations and contraindications in administering local anaesthetia •Management of complications Learning Objectives At the conclusion of the program participants should be able to: •Understand the pharmacology and mechanism of action of different local anesthetic agents •Select appropriate local anaesthetic agent, dependent upon patient’s medical history •Administer maxillary and mandibular injections •Manage local anaesthesia-related medical emergencies Further event information

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Speaker

Dr Clare McNally

Dr Clare McNally completed her Assoc Degree in Dental Hygiene at Curtin University in 2000. She started at The University of Sydney as a lecturer in Bachelor of Oral Health in 2006 and completed her Master of Philosophy (Dentistry) at Sydney in 2012. Clare is in the final stages of her PhD at the University of Adelaide’s Adelaide Medical School and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Her project is titled: The oral health of hospitalised older inpatients. In 2018 Clare joined The University of Melbourne, Melbourne Dental School, as a Lecturer of Oral Health.

Venue

Melbourne Dental School
720 Swanston Street Carlton VIC 3053

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

Dental Modular Certificate Course Level 4
Emcare Services Limited

Medical Emergencies

Wellington
29 Mar 2019
13:00 - 17:00 (4 hrs)

Carrie Philiskirk
Hands On Lecture

Dental Modular Certificate Course Level 4 - resuscitation/emergency course for dental personnel

Dental Modular Certificate Course Level 4 - resuscitation/emergency course for dental personnel

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Speaker

Carrie Philiskirk

Carrie qualified as an RN in 1991 in the UK. She then joined the Royal Navy working mainly in Emergency Departments and as a Tri service medic instructor until 1998. She then taught at Warsash Maritime College and on board passenger ferries for 2 years whilst studying for a post grad certificate in adult education, before returning to ED as a practice development nurse. Carrie moved with her family to New Zealand in 2006, and has lived and worked in Wellington in ED, then as the resuscitation co-ordinator for 5 years and now as the Team Leader for the Wellington Regional Centre for Simulation and Skills Education. Carrie continues to incorporate teaching core levels 5-7 within her Simulation role and with EMCARE.

Venue

Wellington Hospital
Simulation & Skills Centre
Riddiford Street

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

Surgical Tool Box - Lecture Series 1
Karyn Becconsall

Oral Surgery

Cromwell
29 Mar 2019
17:30 - 19:30 (2 hrs)

Oral Surgeon - Karyn Becconsall
Hands On Lecture

Oral Surgeon Karyn Becconsall Presents Lecture 1 of her Surgical Tool Box Lecture Series

Oral Surgeon Karyn Becconsall Presents Lecture 1 of her Surgical Tool Box Lecture Series

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Oral Surgeon - Karyn Becconsall

Gained BDS from Otago in 1994. House Surgeon at Waikato Hospital 1995. Private Practice 1995-2002. Dental officer of Special Scale at Christchurch Oral Health Unit 2003-2004-2006. Junior lecturer in Oral Surgery, University of Dundee, Scotland. Gained DClinDent in Oral Surgery 2008. Since 2009 has been in full time specialist private practice at Fernbrae Surgery in Dunedin.

Venue

Cromwell Presbyterian Church
10 Elspeth Street
Cromwell

Organisers

Karyn Becconsall
Fernbrae Surgery
90 Newington Ave
Maori Hill Dunedin
9010
New Zealand

Karyn Becconsall
T: 03 464 0229
E: reception@fernbrae.co.nz
W: www.karynbecconsall.co.nz

WBOP NZDA - Branch General Meeting - 29th March 2019
Waikato Bay of Plenty Branch NZDA

Branch Meetings Dental Education

Tauranga
29 Mar 2019
18:30 - 21:30 (1.5 hrs)

Dr Bernie Pollard
Lecture

VOLUNTEERING AND THE KIWI DENTIST. Have you ever seen an unmet need, wanted to help but did not know how or perhaps felt it was too hard to fit it in around your family and practice life? Have you ever wanted to teach? There are many avenues for providing volunteer dentistry both here and abroad. Some of my friends and I would like to share with you some of our adventures and experiences helping a…

VOLUNTEERING AND THE KIWI DENTIST. Have you ever seen an unmet need, wanted to help but did not know how or perhaps felt it was too hard to fit it in around your family and practice life? Have you ever wanted to teach? There are many avenues for providing volunteer dentistry both here and abroad. Some of my friends and I would like to share with you some of our adventures and experiences helping a few of our world’s less fortunate people. Dentistry, its cost and its limited accessibility is topical in the media at present. There many ways we can and do help those people who cannot consider regular dental care and have become terribly neglected and disadvantaged. I have enjoyed my small part in helping reverse this trend and the repercussions of tooth loss, smile loss and job loss in fragile families and communities.

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Dr Bernie Pollard

Graduated 1988 at Otago, worked in Christchurch and Auckland for 10 years before settling into family based general practice in Tauranga. In 1998 Bernie and his wife Cathy formed Dental Solutions from the practice of Doug Lloyd and Clive Wright. In 2003 it was moved from downtown to Cameron Road, where it remains today overlooking Wharepai Domain and the High Court. Bernie has a strong interest in endodontics and reconstructive dentistry but remains most passionate about conservative, minimally invasive and preventative procedures. Professional bodies: active member NZIMID and Consumer Affairs Officer for our WBOP Branch of the NZDA. Active in mentorship and peer support in our dental community.

Venue

Mills Reef Winery
143 Moffat Rd
Bethlehem

Organisers

Waikato Bay of Plenty Branch NZDA
c/- 7 Tweed Street
3116
NEW ZEALAND

Anna Hendren
T: 027 444 9004
E: admin@wbopnzda.org.nz
W: www.wbopnzda.org.nz

Medical Emergencies in Dental Practice :  Resuscitation   CORE Immidiate equivalent.
Heart Education

Medical Emergencies

Tauranga
30 Mar 2019
08:00 - 12:00 (4 hrs)

Andy Davies
Hands On Lecture

This course is now full This 4 hr (CORE Immediate -equivalent) Resuscitation course covers all the requirements outlined in the Practice Standards revalidated every two years, This includes: Airway management to LMAs CPR- Adult and Child collapse. AED Defibrillation Anaphylaxis Team work and communication skills . Maternal collapse / asthma, choking , etc

This course is now full This 4 hr (CORE Immediate -equivalent) Resuscitation course covers all the requirements outlined in the Practice Standards revalidated every two years, This includes: Airway management to LMAs CPR- Adult and Child collapse. AED Defibrillation Anaphylaxis Team work and communication skills . Maternal collapse / asthma, choking , etc

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Speaker

Andy Davies

Resuscitation coordinator, Tauranga Hospital and NZRC CORE instructor. Andy first qualified as an advanced instructor in the UK working for the European Resuscitation Council in 1995. Since moving to Tauranga in 1997, Andy has been working at Tauranga Hospital teaching resuscitation at all levels of staff , for GPs , GP nurses, Dental staff and other groups of allied health professionals . Andy is part of the Medical Emergency Team at the DHB and provides help and support for traumas and cardiac arrests throughout the hospital .As such, his knowledge is based on practical experience and knowledge. Andy, until recently, has been deeply involved with the New Zealand Resuscitation Council as an assessor on the 'new-instructors' course.

Venue

Organisers

Heart Education
100 Phillips Drive
Oropi Downs
RD 3
3173
NZ

Andy Davies
T: 027 230 0663
E: Andrew.Davies@bopdhb.govt.nz

Dental Modular Certificate Course Level 4
Emcare Services Limited

Medical Emergencies

Wellington
30 Mar 2019
08:30 - 12:30 (4 hrs)

Carrie Philiskirk
Hands On Lecture

Dental Modular Certificate Course Level 4 - resuscitation/emergency course for dental personnel

Dental Modular Certificate Course Level 4 - resuscitation/emergency course for dental personnel

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Speaker

Carrie Philiskirk

Carrie qualified as an RN in 1991 in the UK. She then joined the Royal Navy working mainly in Emergency Departments and as a Tri service medic instructor until 1998.She then taught at Warsash Maritime College and on board passenger ferries for 2 years whilst studying for a post grad certificate in adult education, before returning to ED as a practice development nurse. Carrie moved with her family to New Zealand in 2006, and has lived and worked in Wellington in ED, then as the resuscitation co-ordinator for 5 years and now as the Team Leader for the Wellington Regional Centre for Simulation and Skills Education. Carrie continues to incorporate teaching core levels 5-7 within her Simulation role and with EMCARE.

Venue

Wellington Hospital
Simulation & Skills Centre
Riddiford Street

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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