Full Arch Lecture Free 30 mins
Restoring Excellence

Dental Education

Bargara
11 Oct 2019 - 31 Dec 2020
09:30 - 17:30 (0.5 hrs)

Dr Lincoln Harris
Lecture

This recording is taken from our lecture on Full Arch with Dr Lincoln Harris. Progressive Dentistry with predictable and precise outcomes is the pinnacle of what we aspire to achieve. Understanding how to efficiently plan and perform complex procedures when considering Full Arch goals is paramount for success. In this 30 minute introductory lecture Dr Lincoln Harris will discuss: • Consideration…

This recording is taken from our lecture on Full Arch with Dr Lincoln Harris. Progressive Dentistry with predictable and precise outcomes is the pinnacle of what we aspire to achieve. Understanding how to efficiently plan and perform complex procedures when considering Full Arch goals is paramount for success. In this 30 minute introductory lecture Dr Lincoln Harris will discuss: • Consideration of alternatives to implants. • Full Arch case studies. • Prepping When/Why case studies He'll look at the practical fundamentals of full arch dentistry that are universal and that you can use in everyday practice. Full Arch dentistry can be complex, but it doesn't have to be complicated. It just requires you to have planned well and execute with attention to detail. Maintaining or giving your patient a new bite position is the foundation of rehabilitative work. Learn crucial techniques for maintaining the bite and ways to increase vertical dimension. Further event information

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Dr Lincoln Harris

Meet Restoring Excellence and RIPE founder, Dr Lincoln Harris Dr Harris’s focus has always been on excellence. His pursuit of excellence permeates everything he does. He is a full-time clinician in private practice and understands the pressures and stresses that dentists face in clinical, administration and business situations. As a teacher, Dr Harris is unique in his strong belief about the importance of learning from and sharing his own failures. Even though poor clinical outcomes are disappointing, he sees great value in them as opportunities for what can be learned and taught. Instead of sweeping them under the rug, his view is that the meticulous documentation of these cases with photos and/or video makes it possible to wring every possible benefit from that other great teacher – Hindsight. Over the years this learning strategy from his own clinical outcomes led him all over the world pursuing extensive continuing education training in many diverse areas of dentistry. Dr Harris does not accept dogma for the sake of an unthinking majority. He enjoys the challenge of thinking and researching, considering his own clinical observations, and drawing his own conclusions. He is well known for his frankness and his honesty. This has compelled him to rethink dental education. His own experience has taught him that theoretical learning means little until it is applied. And so, his courses focus on hands-on training and teaching dentists to understand the underlying principles needed for making clinical decisions rather than teaching a cookie cutter approach. He believes it’s important for dentists to be able to think treatment through without needing to follow a list of steps. With his vast and varied clinical and business knowledge, Dr Lincoln Harris is highly respected in the global dental community.

Venue

Organisers

Restoring Excellence
Unit 4/16 See Street
Bargara
4670
Australia

Lincoln Harris
T: 0061 4 740 62892
E: [email protected]
W: https://restoringexcellence.com.au

Soft Tissue Free 1 Hour
Restoring Excellence

Dental Education

Bargara
16 Oct 2019 - 31 Dec 2020
09:30 - 17:30 (1 hrs)

Dr Lincoln Harris
Lecture

Soft tissue grafting is part of restorative and implant dentistry. You restore the gum tissue that's receded and you restore the tooth that's damaged. It's part of restorative and implant dentistry and you can't do one without a knowledge of the other. Even if you don't do the treatment you need to understand it so you can refer it out. It's very difficult to do crowns when the soft tissue is flimsy…

Soft tissue grafting is part of restorative and implant dentistry. You restore the gum tissue that's receded and you restore the tooth that's damaged. It's part of restorative and implant dentistry and you can't do one without a knowledge of the other. Even if you don't do the treatment you need to understand it so you can refer it out. It's very difficult to do crowns when the soft tissue is flimsy when there is no attached tissue. ​It opens your practice up so much to a new field of treatment that you can give your patients great benefits and great for your practice to build extra procedures, extra busyness without having to attract new people. Soft Tissue Grafting makes your restorative cases look more beautiful and it makes them easier. Soft Tissue Grafting gives you the confidence knowing that your implant surgeries are going to give you more predictable outcomes, knowing the foundation is acceptable increasing the success and understanding the failures.​ This recording is taken from our full 2-Day lecture on Soft Tissue Grafting. In this sixty minute introductory lecture Dr Lincoln Harris and Dr Florin Bobia will discuss: Submerging healing abutments Failed implants – re treatment options Dealing with no buccal bone Mixed grafts Difficult cases, review Split thickness flaps Pedicle flaps Full thickness flap Crown lengthening Different blade angles for different tissue Bio-Types Blades and handles Think about suture knot placement Vertical mattress sutures Further event information

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Dr Lincoln Harris

Dr Lincoln Harris’s focus has always been on excellence. His pursuit of excellence permeates everything he does. He is a full-time clinician in private practice and understands the pressures and stresses that dentists face in clinical, administration and business situations. As a teacher, Dr Harris is unique in his strong belief about the importance of learning from and sharing his own failures. Even though poor clinical outcomes are disappointing, he sees great value in them as opportunities for what can be learned and taught. Instead of sweeping them under the rug, his view is that the meticulous documentation of these cases with photos and/or video makes it possible to wring every possible benefit from that other great teacher – Hindsight. Over the years this learning strategy from his own clinical outcomes led him all over the world pursuing extensive continuing education training in many diverse areas of dentistry. Dr Harris does not accept dogma for the sake of an unthinking majority. He enjoys the challenge of thinking and researching, considering his own clinical observations, and drawing his own conclusions. He is well known for his frankness and his honesty. This has compelled him to rethink dental education. His own experience has taught him that theoretical learning means little until it is applied. And so, his courses focus on hands-on training and teaching dentists to understand the underlying principles needed for making clinical decisions rather than teaching a cookie cutter approach. He believes it’s important for dentists to be able to think treatment through without needing to follow a list of steps. With his vast and varied clinical and business knowledge, Dr Lincoln Harris is highly respected in the global dental community.

Venue

Organisers

Restoring Excellence
Unit 4/16 See Street
Bargara
4670
Australia

Lincoln Harris
T: 0061 4 740 62892
E: [email protected]
W: https://restoringexcellence.com.au

Rapid Efficient Treatment Planning (RETP) Free 1 Hour
Restoring Excellence

Dental Education

Bargara
7 Nov 2019 - 31 Dec 2020
09:30 - 17:30 (1 hrs)

Dr Lincoln Harris
Lecture

As a general dentist, the great challenge of treatment planning is the sheer variation in patient presentation. Discover how to engage with the patient to find those that just want simple pain relief, those that want basic care, and those that want perfection. How to sort through the patients presenting with tooth ache requesting an extraction, versus those who are willing to spend on root canal therapy…

As a general dentist, the great challenge of treatment planning is the sheer variation in patient presentation. Discover how to engage with the patient to find those that just want simple pain relief, those that want basic care, and those that want perfection. How to sort through the patients presenting with tooth ache requesting an extraction, versus those who are willing to spend on root canal therapy and a crown. How to make sure we don’t miss those that present with toothache, but would be keen to have the loss of vertical dimension restored with 14 crowns and some orthodontics. Further event information

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Dr Lincoln Harris

After many years of learning, teaching and observing students, Dr Lincoln Harris has developed a unique perspective on teaching and a more efficient teaching style. Dr Lincoln Harris has been completely focused on excellence and quality from the beginning of his career as a dentist. He established the first private dental practice in Bargara - Harris Dental Boutique in 2000. Since graduation he has trained extensively in Aesthetic Implant Techniques and Full Mouth Rehabilitation to attain immense skill and knowledge. With his vast dental knowledge Dr Harris coaches and trains dentists from all over the world on complex aesthetic dentistry, surgical techniques and business management. Dr Harris is the founder of RIPE. Restorative Implant Practice Excellence: Full Protocol group, an international forum of over 70,000 members worldwide. The purpose of the group is to share information and excellence in the dental industry. He has also lectured in multiple cities throughout Australia, North America, Asia, Singpore, United Kingdom and Europe.

Venue

Organisers

Restoring Excellence
Unit 4/16 See Street
Bargara
4670
Australia

Lincoln Harris
T: 0061 4 740 62892
E: [email protected]
W: https://restoringexcellence.com.au

Occlusion in Everyday Practice
Restoring Excellence

Dental Education

Bargara
12 Nov 2019 - 31 Dec 2020
09:30 - 17:30 (12 hrs)

Dr Michael Melkers
Lecture

Occlusion. It can be one of the driest & most confusing of subjects. It is however one of the most, if not THE most critical aspect of diagnosis and treatment planning when it comes to the longevity of the restorative dentistry that we provide for our patients. THIS program has been described as THE program that NEEDS to be in between the slides of every OTHER program on treatment planning. NO glossing…

Occlusion. It can be one of the driest & most confusing of subjects. It is however one of the most, if not THE most critical aspect of diagnosis and treatment planning when it comes to the longevity of the restorative dentistry that we provide for our patients. THIS program has been described as THE program that NEEDS to be in between the slides of every OTHER program on treatment planning. NO glossing over the details. You won't just hear that something needs to be done. You will understand why and how it needs to be applied to help make your restorations last-or understand why they failed. During this two day lecture, Dr Michael Melkers will guide an exploration and discussion of where we have been as a profession, where we are in our understanding and what mysteries still need to be solved. Dr Melkers also covers: Understanding the basic components and rationale for occlusal design, from one tooth to full mouth application Joint position... when is it important and when does it not really matter Occlusion you can use... that doesn't need to confuse you Why are your restorations breaking and what can you do about it Bite splints, occlusal guards... what, why and how Taking the mysteries out of facebows and articulators Occlusal design in case planning and application Custom incisal guide table Moving the information to your technician & keeping the details straight Cases, cases... and more cases so you can see actual application The program will be a journey in and out of the confusion that we have believed and applied as a profession - what worked, what didn't and why. The fundamentals and theory of occlusion will be discussed but also supported with real world applications and case examples. If you are a one tooth dentist looking to be a two tooth dentist... if you are a few teeth dentist and want to be a quadrant dentist... if you are a quadrant, arch or already doing full mouth rehabilitations - our goal is to help make you a better dentist tomorrow. Further event information

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Dr Michael Melkers

Dr. Melkers is a 1994 graduate of Marquette University School of Dentistry & currently serves as Visiting Faculty at Rīga Stradiņš University & The Pankey Institute. He is also an Ad hoc reviewer for the Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry. In the past he has been Director of Occlusion & Aesthetic Dentistry at the Pacific Northwest AEGD Residency Program and Visiting Faculty at The Spear Institute. He just finished his tenure as Editor for American Equilibration Society and received the 2018 AES President’s Distinguished Service Award. Dr. Melkers is a Master of the Academy of General Dentistry & maintains a private clinical practice in Hanover, NH with a focus on comprehensive adult restorative care. CV available upon request. Expanded biographical and background information can be found on www.MichaelMelkers.com For program and logistic specifics please contact Dr. Melkers: [email protected] 509-868-7790 mobile 603-643-3104 office

Venue

Organisers

Restoring Excellence
Unit 4/16 See Street
Bargara
4670
Australia

Lincoln Harris
T: 0061 4 740 62892
E: [email protected]
W: https://restoringexcellence.com.au

RIPE Lisbon Online
Restoring Excellence

Dental Education

Bargara
15 Nov 2019 - 31 Dec 2020
09:30 - 17:30 (12 hrs)

Dr Lincoln Harris
Lecture

Experience 12 hours with RIPE Heavyweights, discover the latest techniques in Comprehensive Aesthetics, and network with the RIPE community. Our focus is about achieving beauty with well engineered foundations and a long lasting result. Dr Mark Bowes: Digital workflow and restorative dentistry; A match made in heaven Dr Michel Azer: Avoiding implant aesthetic complications Dr Michael Melkers: Predictable…

Experience 12 hours with RIPE Heavyweights, discover the latest techniques in Comprehensive Aesthetics, and network with the RIPE community. Our focus is about achieving beauty with well engineered foundations and a long lasting result. Dr Mark Bowes: Digital workflow and restorative dentistry; A match made in heaven Dr Michel Azer: Avoiding implant aesthetic complications Dr Michael Melkers: Predictable occlusion when dealing with destructive forces Dr Alina Ruzanova: Emergence profile as a team effort Dr Ricardo Kern: Roll flap, tunneling and open flap CT graft - When and how to use on implant sites Dr Komal Majumdar: Full arch reconstructions with tilted implants Dr Thomas Sealey: Dental Addiction, being a PIMP and putting the I back in TEAM Dr Lincoln Harris: Ethical treatment planning to boost case acceptance Further event information

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Speaker

Dr Lincoln Harris

Dr Harris’s focus has always been on excellence. His pursuit of excellence permeates everything he does. He is a full-time clinician in private practice and understands the pressures and stresses that dentists face in clinical, administration and business situations. As a teacher, Dr Harris is unique in his strong belief about the importance of learning from and sharing his own failures. Even though poor clinical outcomes are disappointing, he sees great value in them as opportunities for what can be learned and taught. Instead of sweeping them under the rug, his view is that the meticulous documentation of these cases with photos and/or video makes it possible to wring every possible benefit from that other great teacher – Hindsight. Over the years this learning strategy from his own clinical outcomes led him all over the world pursuing extensive continuing education training in many diverse areas of dentistry. Dr Harris does not accept dogma for the sake of an unthinking majority. He enjoys the challenge of thinking and researching, considering his own clinical observations, and drawing his own conclusions. He is well known for his frankness and his honesty. With his vast and varied clinical and business knowledge, Dr Lincoln Harris is highly respected in the global dental community

Venue

Organisers

Restoring Excellence
Unit 4/16 See Street
Bargara
4670
Australia

Lincoln Harris
T: 0061 4 740 62892
E: [email protected]
W: https://restoringexcellence.com.au

Soft Tissue Management Free Lecture
Restoring Excellence

Dental Education

Bargara
27 Nov 2019 - 31 Dec 2020
09:30 - 17:30 (1 hrs)

Dr Lincoln Harris
Lecture

What you’ll discover on this online livestream training: How to avoid early recession after doing crowns or veneer. Manage dark gum risks from root canal therapy Avoid difficult impressions and bleeding gums with soft tissue management to improve the impression process. How to pick patients that will be prone to recession in the future and what to do about it. How to choose which class 5 cases can…

What you’ll discover on this online livestream training: How to avoid early recession after doing crowns or veneer. Manage dark gum risks from root canal therapy Avoid difficult impressions and bleeding gums with soft tissue management to improve the impression process. How to pick patients that will be prone to recession in the future and what to do about it. How to choose which class 5 cases can be restored with natural tissue for life. What is actually achievable with soft tissue management simple guidelines to follow so you aren’t setting your self up to fail. Further event information

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Speaker

Dr Lincoln Harris

Dr Harris’s focus has always been on excellence. It permeates everything he strives for. He is a full-time clinician in private practice and understands the pressures and stresses that dentists face in clinical, administration and business situations. As a teacher, Dr Harris is unique in his strong belief about the importance of learning from and sharing his own failures. (Even though they are disappointing) he values poor clinical outcomes as opportunities for what can be learned and taught. Instead of sweeping them under the rug, his view is that the meticulous documentation of these cases with photos and/or video makes it possible to wring every possible benefit from that other great teacher – Hindsight. Over the years this learning strategy from his own clinical outcomes led him all over the world pursuing extensive continuing education training in many diverse areas of dentistry. Dr Harris does not accept dogma for the sake of an unthinking majority. He enjoys the challenge of thinking and researching, considering his own clinical observations, and drawing his own conclusions. He is well known for his frankness and his honesty. This has compelled him to rethink dental education. His own experience has taught him that theoretical learning means little until it is applied. And so, his courses focus on hands-on training and teaching dentists to think (rather than teaching a cookie cutter approach). With his vast and varied clinical and business knowledge, Dr Lincoln Harris is highly respected in the global dental community.

Venue

Organisers

Restoring Excellence
Unit 4/16 See Street
Bargara
4670
Australia

Lincoln Harris
T: 0061 4 740 62892
E: [email protected]
W: https://restoringexcellence.com.au

Mexico Live Surgery: Wisdom Teeth Extractions and Implant Surgeries
Dental Influence Pty Ltd

Dental Implants Oral Surgery Periodontics

Tijuana
1 Jan 2020 - 1 Dec 2020
08:00 - 18:00 (28 hrs)

Dr. Young Sam Kim (DDS, MS, PhD)
Hands On Lecture Peer Contact

Dear colleagues, We would like to introduce you to 'Dr. Kim's Mexico Live Surgery Course' in Tijuana Mexico in 2020. The date we recommend is the 22nd to 25th of May for New Zealand and Australian participants with 21st being the preclinical hands-on day. However, if you would like to register for the other dates please let us know. The course will allow you to exercise both the surgical placement…

Dear colleagues, We would like to introduce you to 'Dr. Kim's Mexico Live Surgery Course' in Tijuana Mexico in 2020. The date we recommend is the 22nd to 25th of May for New Zealand and Australian participants with 21st being the preclinical hands-on day. However, if you would like to register for the other dates please let us know. The course will allow you to exercise both the surgical placement of the implants and the wisdom teeth extractions from beginner to advanced level (note: there is no separate course for ONLY wisdom teeth extraction at this point). The clinician to student ratio will be 1:1 with various tutor eg. OMFS, Periodontist, Prosthodontist, or GP PLUS Dr. Kim Young Sam will be floating around every surgery to help you plan and implement the surgery on the patient. The implant system that is utilized in Mexico will be Osstem implants. Most of the implant procedures will be focused on immediate implant placements post-extractions. Participants will have an opportunity to place mini- or narrow implants and exercise sinus lifting. The number of wisdom teeth extracted and implants placed depends on the skill level of the participants. We purposely left two extra chairs for the benefit of the participants to treat at their own pace. The course will include accommodation, local transport, and food (excludes flights). Mexico can be as fun as you want it to be! Eat as much as you can. Drink (eg. tequila or coca cola) responsibly and at your own risk! Most of all, learn as much as you can! Our aim is to learn, share, and grow together! P.S. have a look at this video clip made by our participant during the 5th live surgery course in Mexico (English speaking Korean participants at the time): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0jVLc8WlLQI If you would like to participate in a live surgery course, please contact us via the email: [email protected] Please specify: 1. The date of the live surgery course 2. Your full name 3. Phone number 4. Dietary requirements 5. Billing address The payment method will be in AUD for the Australian participants: Two dentists will be working on 1 chair and the cost is 13200 AUD per dentist We look forward to hearing from you soon! Also, check out Dental Influence on facebook for other courses! www.facebook.com/dentalinfluence/ Further event information

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Speaker

Dr. Young Sam Kim (DDS, MS, PhD)

Preceptor of oral surgery at UCLA School of Dentistry Adjunct Professor at Yonsei University Adjunct Professor at Pusan National University Adjunct Professor at Jeonbuk National University Director of Operations at Gangnam dental clinic Studied Periodontics & Implantology at UCLA School of Dentistry Studied Preventive Dentistry at Jeonbuk National University Studied at Continuing Dental Education, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto Studied Dentistry, at Jeonbuk National University

Venue

Organisers

Dental Influence Pty Ltd
601 Little Lonsdale St
Unit 2601
3000
Australia

Edward Lee
T: 0061 4 353 4998
E: [email protected]
W: www.facebook.com/dentalinfluence/

Fast Natural Posterior Fillings
Restoring Excellence

Dental Education

Bargara
24 Feb 2020 - 31 Dec 2020
09:30 - 00:00 (6.5 hrs)

Dr Mindaugas Kudelis
Hands On Lecture

Posterior Fillings Virtual Hands-On Course How do you make posterior fillings look natural? Are you frustrated by the time and complexity it takes to get the results you are looking for? Old-generation silver amalgam seals were once the first choice for restoring dental defects. Tough, durable, not very nice… But who cared about tooth aesthetics before? In spite of its beauty, if the tooth was restored…

Posterior Fillings Virtual Hands-On Course How do you make posterior fillings look natural? Are you frustrated by the time and complexity it takes to get the results you are looking for? Old-generation silver amalgam seals were once the first choice for restoring dental defects. Tough, durable, not very nice… But who cared about tooth aesthetics before? In spite of its beauty, if the tooth was restored with quality, old silver amalgam fillings can sometimes outperform even modern fillings in their durability. However, in everyday practice, the effects of the improper use of these generations of seals are becoming increasingly apparent. In addition to the poor aesthetics, these materials have another downside - if a silver amalgam seal is used beyond the indications, there is a risk of tooth decay. It is for this reason that we recommend replacing bulky old amalgam seals with modern ones for our patients. Replacing an old, ugly, problematic silver amalgam seal with an aesthetic next-generation sealant that restores tooth naturalness and functionality can be achieved when doing a posterior filling simply and efficiently in a busy clinic. This unique step-by-step course works to develop the necessary skills for you to refine how you do posterior fillings as well as showing you how to reduce the time spent on the procedure without compromising quality or aesthetics. Practice Mindaugas's Borders Technique on virtual models that simplifies the approach to posterior fillings, while still creating detailed, natural looking results. Further event information

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Dr Mindaugas Kudelis

Dr Mindaugas Kudelis, an internationally recognized dentist, belonging to the new generation, known especially from the online environment where he frequently posts cases. Mindaugas Kudelis is a general dentist graduated in 2013 from Lithuanian University of Health Sciences. Having work experience in both public and private sectors he had a chance to meet different kinds of patients in need of different treatment approach. At the moment Mindaugas is working at a family run private practice, where his main focus of interest is restorative dentistry. Inspired by social media and aiming to provide the best quality treatment he understood that for this you need a controlled working environment – rubber dam isolation as well as self control through work photo documentation. The combination lead to a faster growth of skills in posterior restorative dentistry, and that’s the main topic Mindaugas wants to share with colleagues. Lecturer at national and international congresses, invited for presentations and workshops addressed to dentists all over the world.

Venue

Organisers

Restoring Excellence
Unit 4/16 See Street
Bargara
4670
Australia

Lincoln Harris
T: 0061 4 740 62892
E: [email protected]
W: https://restoringexcellence.com.au

Modern Surgical Concepts for Aesthetic and Implant Dentistry
ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development

Dental Education Dental Implants

St Leonard's NSW 2065
20 Mar 2020 - 2 Oct 2020
08:30 - 17:00 (26 hrs)

Dr David Grossberg
Hands On

Friday, 20 March 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM & Friday, 01 May 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM & Friday, 28 August 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM & Friday, 02 October 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM PRESENTED BY Dr David Grossberg , Dr Kevin Todes , Dr Alex Kalos , Dr John Highfield Surgical management and techniques for predictable soft tissue outcomes This course is divided into 4 modules addressing the most common applications of aesthetic soft…

Friday, 20 March 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM & Friday, 01 May 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM & Friday, 28 August 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM & Friday, 02 October 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM PRESENTED BY Dr David Grossberg , Dr Kevin Todes , Dr Alex Kalos , Dr John Highfield Surgical management and techniques for predictable soft tissue outcomes This course is divided into 4 modules addressing the most common applications of aesthetic soft tissue Periodontal surgery. Didactic instruction and hands on demonstrations will supplement live surgeries. This is a hands on course that will appeal to any practitioner interested in improving their soft tissue handling skills. Tuition will be given by Periodontists experienced in Periodontal surgical techniques. Numbers will be limited to 20 candidates to ensure personalised teaching outcomes. Module 1: Fundamentals of Periodontal Microsurgery Friday 20th March 2020 This is an introduction to the concept of Periodontal microsurgery and the reasons for the microsurgical approach and wound healing. Microsurgery instruments and incision design will be discussed. This will be reinforced with a hands on exercise on pigs jaws as well as a live patient surgery. Module 2: Aesthetic and functional Crown Lengthening Friday 1st May 2020 This module will cover the indications and limitations of crown lengthening procedures. The theory behind surgical crown lengthening will be reinforced with hands on exercises and live patient surgery. Module 3: Surgical techniques for grafting of recession defects. Friday 28th August 2020 Treatment of gingival recession remains a technique sensitive procedure. The diagnosis of the different types of recession as well as the limitations of treatment with different grafting materials will be covered and reinforced with a live patient surgery. Module 4: Surgical techniques for implants in the “aesthetic zone” Friday 2nd October 2020 As implant placement is becoming more popular so too are the expectations of our patients particularly in the aesthetic zone. Soft tissue complications often effect the treatment outcome. This module will address the prevention of complications and how to achieve the maximum benefit from soft tissue augmentation procedures when implants are considered. Learning Objectives To develop an understanding of the factors important in successful microsurgical technique. To learn and apply the correct surgical procedure for different indications. To understand the use of different surgical instruments and methods. To better evaluate prevent and manage potential surgical complications. Other Information Please review dates carefully for this program as all four sessions are mandatory for registration. Module 1: Friday, 20 March 2020 Module 2: Friday, 1 May 2020 Module 3: Friday, 28 August 2020 Module 4: Friday, 2 October 2020 Further event information

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Dr David Grossberg

Dr Grossberg is Specialist Periodontist in Sydney Australia. He obtained his post graduate training in Periodontics at the University of Pennsylvania and is a Diplomat of the American Board of Periodontology. He is a Specialist Clinical Associate in Periodontics at the University of Sydney, Fellow of the International College of Dentists and Past President of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Periodontists. He has been carrying out surgical implant placement since 1987 and has a special interest in the treatment of Periodontitis and soft tissue management. He has lectured throughout Australia and overseas in the fields of Periodontics and Implant Dentistry.

Venue

Organisers

ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development
1 Atchison Street
2065
Australia


T: 61 2 8436 9997
E: [email protected]
W: www.adacpd.com.au

Rapid Effect Treatment Planning Lecture
Restoring Excellence

Dental Education

Bargara
23 Mar 2020 - 31 Dec 2020
09:30 - 00:00 (11 hrs)

Dr Lincoln Harris
Lecture

Should we treat patients the way we want to be treated? It's a very seductive thought isn't it, you know this is what we would choose for our mouths so that's what we should advise our patients to do. But is it really the right way to treatment plan? Mostly we start out at dental school treatment planning by treating disease, we do diseased based treatment planning and then later we learn aesthetic…

Should we treat patients the way we want to be treated? It's a very seductive thought isn't it, you know this is what we would choose for our mouths so that's what we should advise our patients to do. But is it really the right way to treatment plan? Mostly we start out at dental school treatment planning by treating disease, we do diseased based treatment planning and then later we learn aesthetic based treatment planning. Facially generated or digital smile design, an aesthetic driven treatment plan. And there's many other ways to treat and maybe we could do functional training planning but the problem with treating our patients the way we want to be treated is that our patients are very different people. It would be like if we went to buy a car and the man who's selling us the car has two children and so he wants to tell us that the car that we need is one that can hold two adults and two children but maybe we've got four children, or maybe we have no children, or maybe we are excited about cars and he's not. You can see we're quite different to our patients, we're highly educated, we have high incomes and quite often teeth form a very big part of our life but the reality is for most people teeth don’t matter, that's just how it is. They're not that important to most people, the best way to treatment plan is to ask the patient about their values and their goals. What do you want? What are your Values? You see some people might value low maintenance, they don't want to have to see the dentist very often, so treating them for periodontal disease which needs three monthly follow-up is a bad idea for them, because they may just never do it and so our initial treatment will be wasted. Or they may have high caries rate and they really aren't interested in changing that the coke drinking and sugar eating habits, so doing 25 fillings in their teeth is just a bad idea for them. Or it may be that they're not really interested in straightening their teeth so doing aesthetic based treatment planning is a bad idea for them. So you can see that the patient may have very different values to us, now they may want to have their teeth little whiter but don't want the maintenance of whitening, so they might not be a good candidate for whitening, they may be a better candidate with veneers, because if we do something that doesn't meet their goals and their values then our treatment plan might be a failure even though it's excellent. The best way to treatment plan patients is not the way we want to be treated, it's the way they want to be treated! Further event information

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Speaker

Dr Lincoln Harris

After many years of learning, teaching and observing students, Dr Lincoln Harris has developed a unique perspective on teaching and a more efficient teaching style. Dr Lincoln Harris has been completely focused on excellence and quality from the beginning of his career as a dentist. He established the first private dental practice in Bargara - Harris Dental Boutique in 2000. Since graduation he has trained extensively in Aesthetic Implant Techniques and Full Mouth Rehabilitation to attain immense skill and knowledge. With his vast dental knowledge Dr Harris coaches and trains dentists from all over the world on complex aesthetic dentistry, surgical techniques and business management. Dr Harris is the founder of RIPE. Restorative Implant Practice Excellence: Full Protocol group, an international forum of over 70,000 members worldwide. The purpose of the group is to share information and excellence in the dental industry. He has also lectured in multiple cities throughout Australia, North America, Asia, Singpore, United Kingdom and Europe.

Venue

Organisers

Restoring Excellence
Unit 4/16 See Street
Bargara
4670
Australia

Lincoln Harris
T: 0061 4 740 62892
E: [email protected]
W: https://restoringexcellence.com.au

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