The ABC’s of TMD’s
Auckland Dental Association

Occlusion & TMJ

Auckland
22 Aug 2020
09:30 - 17:30 (6 hrs)

Professor Mauro Farella
Hands On Lecture Peer Contact

ONLINE ENROLMENT

A full-day lecture and hands-on interactive workshop with Professor Mauro Farella - An Overview of Diagnosis and Management of Temporomandibular Disorders including: -Classification, Comorbidity, Etiology and Risk Factors -Clinical Examination: Assessing Jaw Function and Jaw Dysfunction -Disorders of the TMJ - Jaw Lock -Understanding Bruxism -Introduction to Masticatory Muscle Pain and Differential…

A full-day lecture and hands-on interactive workshop with Professor Mauro Farella - An Overview of Diagnosis and Management of Temporomandibular Disorders including: -Classification, Comorbidity, Etiology and Risk Factors -Clinical Examination: Assessing Jaw Function and Jaw Dysfunction -Disorders of the TMJ - Jaw Lock -Understanding Bruxism -Introduction to Masticatory Muscle Pain and Differential diagnosis -Principles of Management: Counselling, Physiotherapy and Occlusal Splints -Hands-on: Clinical Examination and Jaw Exercise Further event information

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Speaker

Professor Mauro Farella

Mauro Farella is Professor and Chair of Orthodontics, Director of the Postgraduate Programme in Orthodontics (Doctorate in Clinical Dentistry) and Deputy Associate Dean for Research at the University of Otago, New Zealand. He holds a DDS Degree (University of Naples), a Specialist Degree in Orthodontics (University of Naples), a PhD in Oral Sciences (University of Reggio Calabria), a Specialist Degree in Medical Statistics (University of Milan), and the "Venia Legendi" in Switzerland (University of Zürich). He has also been awarded Certified Membership of the European Board of Orthodontists (Helsinki, Finland). His current research interests include craniofacial research, jaw function, and clinical orthodontics. In addition, Mauro Farella is a widely recognized expert in orofacial muscles, bruxism, and temporomandibular joint research. Mauro Farella has published numerous (>130) original articles in peer-reviewed international journals. He is Associate Editor of the Journal “Orthodontics and Craniofacial Research” and on the Editorial Board of the "Journal of Oral Rehabilitation". He has lectured around the world and is an active member of many associations. He is the recipient of several national and international research prizes, such as the Alan Docking Award from the International Association for Dental Research, and the Sir John Walsh Award, to acknowledge the excellence achieved in dental research.

Venue

Members Lounge
Remuera Golf Course
Winstone Drive, 120 Abbotts Way, Remuera

Organisers

Auckland Dental Association
PO Box 28084
Remuera
1541

Lexie Loof
T: 09 580 0081
E: [email protected]
W: www.ada.co.nz

CORE Immediate
Resus Nelson Ltd

Medical Emergencies

Nelson
25 Aug 2020
13:00 - 17:30 (4 hrs)

Natalie Gallagher & Rosie Whittaker
Hands On

CORE Immediate is designed for Dentists who are not administering any form of sedation. This course is for Dentists who are expected to manage and supervise resuscitation events. Certification requires the learner to demonstrate a given standard of simulated practical skills, facilitated by self-directed learning prior to the course and face-to-face training. Skills stations include Adult /Child and…

CORE Immediate is designed for Dentists who are not administering any form of sedation. This course is for Dentists who are expected to manage and supervise resuscitation events. Certification requires the learner to demonstrate a given standard of simulated practical skills, facilitated by self-directed learning prior to the course and face-to-face training. Skills stations include Adult /Child and Infant CPR, use of an AED, Airway Management and Medical Emergency scenarios.

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Natalie Gallagher & Rosie Whittaker

Together Natalie and Rosie have over 20 years’ experience in emergency nursing and have both taught CPR and resuscitation for over 10 years. They are both accredited by the New Zealand Resuscitation Council to provide basic life support training through to advanced cardiac life support CPR courses. Natalie and Rosie have a passion for teaching, developing in clinical and non-clinical teams and individuals, the capability and confidence to respond to emergency situations within their workplace and community. They custom design courses to provide scenario-based training which targets the specific needs of their client’s teams.

Venue

Organisers

Resus Nelson Ltd
186 Nile Street East
Maitai
7010
NEW ZEALAND


T: Natalie 0275469465
E: [email protected]
W: www.resusnelson.nz

NZACD Auckland Study Group Meeting
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry

Dental Education Dental Implants Dental Materials Dental Technology General Dentistry Restorative Dentistry

Auckland 0632
25 Aug 2020
19:00 - 21:00 (2 hrs)

Dr Edmund Young
Lecture Peer Contact

TOPIC: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly - is it Zirconia? Lecture Synopsis: Crowns made of zirconia are becoming more common and they are more biocompatible for some patients. Like many of our dental materials there are advantages and disadvantages of this material. Now in 2020, situations where we wish to use a metal free indirect restoration are available. The laboratories are providing the material…

TOPIC: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly - is it Zirconia? Lecture Synopsis: Crowns made of zirconia are becoming more common and they are more biocompatible for some patients. Like many of our dental materials there are advantages and disadvantages of this material. Now in 2020, situations where we wish to use a metal free indirect restoration are available. The laboratories are providing the material zirconia as an option in which dentist are taking the material to the limit. On all laboratory lab sheet forms and independent milling machines several zirconia options are available. A discussion on the latest materials associated with zirconia will be discussed in depth. There is good research to show the bonding of zirconia to tooth structure is now predictable. A discussion of the various brands available for bonding and cementing to zirconia will be presented. Learning Outcomes: Participants will gain knowledge on the various types of indirect zirconia materials on the market. A guideline on where to use certain types of zirconia, from anterior to posterior. The pitfalls of using indirect zirconia and problems with zirconia. Bonding or cementation of zirconia, when and where. Further event information

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Speaker

Dr Edmund Young

Dr Edmund Young graduated from Otago University in 1991 and has been a member of the New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry Invites all Auckland Dentists & Technicians to the AUCKLAND STUDY GROUP MEETING Tuesday 25th August 2020 at 7pm since it was first founded. He continued further studies to complete a fellowship from the Royal Australia College of Dental Surgeons soon after. Recently he has completed training as a Biomimetic dentist at the Alleman-Deliperi Training Centres in Utah and Sardinia, being personally trained by Dr David Alleman and Dr Simone Deliperi. His clinic is focused on restorative techniques for minimally invasive dentistry and the use of the latest techniques for bonding restorations. He is a member of the Academy of Biomimetic Dentistry and actively teaches techniques in Biomimetic Dentistry from his practice in Meadowbank in Auckland.

Venue

Henry Schein Dental
23 William Pickering Drive
Albany

Organisers

New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
PO Box 159
Helensville
0840
New Zealand

Jo Lee
T: 09 358 4647
E: [email protected]
W: www.nzacd.co.nz

Early recognition of soft tissue dysfunction , oral habits and their implications
Dr Alfonso Vargas

Dental Education Dental Hygienist Courses Laser Dentistry Orthodontics Paedodontics Preventative Dentistry

Auckland
26 Aug 2020
18:00 - 21:00 (3 hrs)

Dr Alfonso Vargas
Lecture

In this CPD we are going to discuss early oral habits, such as thumb sucking, tongue thrust, mouth breathing and their implications in development of the face/jaw in children. We will discuss few tips to stop these habits and prevent further dental issues.

In this CPD we are going to discuss early oral habits, such as thumb sucking, tongue thrust, mouth breathing and their implications in development of the face/jaw in children. We will discuss few tips to stop these habits and prevent further dental issues.

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Speaker

Dr Alfonso Vargas

Dr Alfonso Vargas is a National University of Colombia graduate, where he earned his Bachelor of Dental Surgery in 1997. He has participated in many outreach programs providing dental care to under served communities, including indigenous communities in the Amazon Region. After migrating and earning his New Zealand Dental Registration in 2006, he has continued to train extensively in orthodontic treatments and oral surgery

Venue

Greenlane dental
205 Great South Road
Greenlane

Organisers

Dr Alfonso Vargas
205 Great South road
Greenlane
1051
New Zealand

Alfonso Vargas
T: 09 520 1521
E: [email protected]
W: www.gld.co.nz

Practical Radiography in Dental Practice
ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development

Radiography

ST LEONARDS NSW 2065
27 Aug 2020
08:30 - 12:30 (3.5 hrs)

Dr Steven Cohn Dr Peter Case
Hands On

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. This course will use 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. 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. 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 • Advances 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 • Successfully undertake endodontic “working” films with rubber dam • Rapidly process conventional x-ray film in 40 seconds that are of lasting quality • Assess the clinical benefits of digital versus phosphor systems • Understand the medico-legal implications of 3D imaging • Identify pathology and artefacts in 2D and 3D images • 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 Dr Peter Case

Dr Steven Cohn AM is a specialist endodontist in Sydney. Steve has taught undergraduate and postgraduate endodontics at the University of Sydney and Westmead Hospital since 1979 and is the former Director of Postgraduate Endodontic Education at the University of Sydney. In 1998 Steve started the first microscope training courses for endodontists in Australia. In the last 10 years Dr Cohn has run more courses for CED than any other educator. Since 2009 Steve, Dr Rick Spencer and Ms Barbara Faulkner have conducted microscope courses for general practitioners. These courses have continued annually since 1998 and 2009 respectively. Steve also does hands on microscope training on an individual basis in dentist’s rooms on request. Dr Peter Case (NSW) was a Lieutenant Commander in the Royal Australian Navy, serving as the Fleet Dental Surgeon, providing endodontic treatment and was one of the senior clinical mentors for the junior dental officers of the Australian Defence Force. Peter is the President of the Australian Society of Endodontology (NSW) and 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: [email protected]
W: www.adacpd.com.au

Infection Prevention and Sterilisation
Prime Practice

Dental Education Dental Materials Patient Management Practice Management

Auckland 1010, New Zealand
27 Aug 2020
09:00 - 13:00 (3.5 hrs)

Meg Sharpe
Hands On Lecture

ONLINE ENROLMENT

Sterilisation and disinfection are important for both personnel safety and patient safety. All processes should be based on a philosophy of risk management and quality assurance. The philosophy of how an item is used, stored, contaminated and reused or disposed determines the optimal method of sterilisation and/or disinfection. The latest Australian and New Zealand standards (AS/NZS4815) stipulate…

Sterilisation and disinfection are important for both personnel safety and patient safety. All processes should be based on a philosophy of risk management and quality assurance. The philosophy of how an item is used, stored, contaminated and reused or disposed determines the optimal method of sterilisation and/or disinfection. The latest Australian and New Zealand standards (AS/NZS4815) stipulate that dental practices need to provide appropriate education and training for staff responsible for instruments. This workshop will cover: - Office Based Practice, the Standards and you - the technicalities of AS/NZ4815:2006 and AS/NZS 4187:2014. - A back to basics look at the micro-organisms that make Infection Control Necessary. - Standard precautions and associated key updates for successful sterilisation outcomes. - Policy and Procedures manuals - how, why and the importance of team implementation. - Hand Hygiene update - hand washing and ABHR use. - Personal Hygiene and Personal Protective Equipment requirements and use. - Reprocessing and handling of used instruments (reusable medical device). - Pre-cleaning for successful sterilisation - the critical step. - Disinfection vs. detergency. - Surface management protocols - clinical contact surfaces and general environment. - Instrument reprocessing - the overall process. - Sterilisation - packaging, loading, monitoring requirements and recording the process. - Validation - of both equipment, and the overall sterilisation process. Learning Objectives: - Discuss the basic principles of sterilisation and disinfection, including the importance of cleaning each/any item before a process is used. - Understand and practically apply Standard Precautions. - Highlight methods of sterilisation. - Highlight key principles for special considerations for disinfection and sterilisation issues, such as dental unit water lines and evacuation systems. - Be able to relate the NZDA Code of Practice for Infection Prevention and Control, and Dental Council Practice Standard in line with AS/NZ4815:2006 and/or AS/NZS4187:2014 within and around the dental clinic/environment. Further event information

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Speaker

Meg Sharpe

Well-known throughout Australia and New Zealand, Megan Sharpe has a clinical background and a passion for dentistry. She is an infection prevention, control and sterilisation consultant, and is now available to train up your whole team, so they are all clear about their responsibility for the management of infection prevention in your practice. Meg imparts her knowledge in an interactive and friendly manner ensuring all members of the team are clear about their role responsibility and accountability for achieving the delivery of dentistry in the most efficient and effective manner.

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Venue

Rydges Auckland
59 Federal Street

Organisers

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

Maria Rabiet
T: +61 2 8935 0600
E: [email protected]
W: www.primepractice.com.au

Practical Radiography in Dental Practice
ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development

Radiography

ST LEONARDS SW 2065
27 Aug 2020
13:30 - 17:30 (3.5 hrs)

Dr Steven Cohn Dr Peter Case
Hands On

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. This course will use 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. 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. 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 • Advances 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 • Successfully undertake endodontic “working” films with rubber dam • Rapidly process conventional x-ray film in 40 seconds that are of lasting quality • Assess the clinical benefits of digital versus phosphor systems • Understand the medico-legal implications of 3D imaging • Identify pathology and artefacts in 2D and 3D images • 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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Speaker

Dr Steven Cohn Dr Peter Case

Dr Steven Cohn AM is a specialist endodontist in Sydney. Steve has taught undergraduate and postgraduate endodontics at the University of Sydney and Westmead Hospital since 1979 and is the former Director of Postgraduate Endodontic Education at the University of Sydney. In 1998 Steve started the first microscope training courses for endodontists in Australia. In the last 10 years Dr Cohn has run more courses for CED than any other educator. Since 2009 Steve, Dr Rick Spencer and Ms Barbara Faulkner have conducted microscope courses for general practitioners. These courses have continued annually since 1998 and 2009 respectively. Steve also does hands on microscope training on an individual basis in dentist’s rooms on request. Dr Peter Case (NSW) was a Lieutenant Commander in the Royal Australian Navy, serving as the Fleet Dental Surgeon, providing endodontic treatment and was one of the senior clinical mentors for the junior dental officers of the Australian Defence Force. Peter is the President of the Australian Society of Endodontology (NSW) and 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: [email protected]
W: www.adacpd.com.au

Dental Implant Mini-Residency Course 7, Module 2
OMS Services Limited

Dental Implants Dental Materials Dental Technology Occlusion & TMJ Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Patient Management Prosthodontics Radiography Restorative Dentistry

Hamilton
28 Aug 2020
08:00 - 17:00 (8 hrs)

Dr Gil Watson ( Prosthodontist ) and Dr Brian Whitley ( Oral and maxillofacial Surgeon ).
Hands On Lecture Peer Contact

1. Over-dentures. 2 Thin biotype and the maxillary anterior implant. 3.Case presentations for work-up with oversight from Drs Watson and Whitley.

1. Over-dentures. 2 Thin biotype and the maxillary anterior implant. 3.Case presentations for work-up with oversight from Drs Watson and Whitley.

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Speaker

Dr Gil Watson ( Prosthodontist ) and Dr Brian Whitley ( Oral and maxillofacial Surgeon ).

Dr Gilbert Watson BDS, MDS (Otago) Specialist Prosthodontist Gilbert graduated in 1984 with a BDS from University of Otago. He then spent 14 years in private practice before returning to Otago to complete a 3-year Prosthodontic Masters. As part of his MDS he completed research based on the maintenance involved with implant overdentures having two papers published in the peer reviewed international journal –The International Journal of Prosthodontics. On returning to Auckland he established a specialist private practice, and became editor of the Auckland Dental Association newsletter as well as facilitator for the New Graduate Programme for a number of years. Gil hs recently completed a two-year tenure as the President of the New Zealand Academy of Prosthodontists and Restorative Dentists and has been asked on a number of occasions to be an external examiner for Otago undergraduates. Dr Brian David Whitley, BSc, BDS, MDS, FRACDS ( OMS ) Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon . Curriculum Vitae. Brian graduated BSc from the University of Canterbury, majoring in Zoology, in 1979.In 1983, he graduated BDS from the University of Otago. After 2 years as a Dental House Surgeon at Waikato Hospital in Hamilton, New Zealand. Brian spent 2 years as a Senior House Officer in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Basingstoke District Hospital and The Royal Berkshire Hospital in The UK. He completed MDS (OMS) University of Otago in 1990 and was a Senior Registrar in Auckland in 1991 and at Waikato Hospital in 1992.Brian completed the specialist qualification FRACDS (OMS) in July 1992 and from January 1993 until July 1994 was a Clinical Fellow at the University of Texas Health Science Centre, Houston, Texas, USA. He has been in private specialist practice since 1994 and held a visiting appointment at Waikato Hospital from July 1994 until April 2013. Brian has over 20 years experience in surgical implant dentistry. He also has interests in the fields of oral pathology, oncology, orthognathic surgery, and the surgical management of TMJ disorders. He has lectured extensively in both New Zealand and Australia as well as run several NZDA accredited courses in this country. Brian is a former President of the Waikato/Bay of Plenty Branch of the NZ Dental Association, former Chairman of the NZ Branch of ANZAOMS, former Chairman and NZ Treasurer of the ANZAOMS Research and Education Foundation as well as a former member of the RACDS NZ Regional Surgical Committee. He is a Board Member and on both the Clinical and Credentialing Committees at Braemar Hospital. In addition, Brian is on the Sports Medicine Waikato Executive as well as the St Peters Tennis Club Committee in Hamilton and the Smiles for the Pacific Executive.

Venue

Ruakura Conference Centre, Building A.
Waikato Innovation Park
Ruakura Road

Organisers

OMS Services Limited
PO Box 840
3024
New Zealand

Brian Whitley
T: 07 858 0762
E: [email protected]
W: www.angleseaoms.co.nz

Tips and tricks for consistent results with composite resin
New Zealand Dental Assoc.

Restorative Dentistry

Tauranga
28 Aug 2020
09:00 - 12:30 (3.5 hrs)

Dr Dylan Yung
Lecture

Being efficient and predictable with composite resin is a must for any practicing clinician. Additionally, direct composites provide functional long lasting and aesthetically pleasing results in the most conservative fashion. Understand the materials and learn simple systems for the efficient placement of direct composites, restoring teeth to their natural form and function in a predictable manner.…

Being efficient and predictable with composite resin is a must for any practicing clinician. Additionally, direct composites provide functional long lasting and aesthetically pleasing results in the most conservative fashion. Understand the materials and learn simple systems for the efficient placement of direct composites, restoring teeth to their natural form and function in a predictable manner. This session will be lecture-style, with a combination of presentation and demonstration. Learn the fundamentals of all things Composite, including: - Shade selection - Controlled thickness layering technique - Preparation design - Tips to prevent the risk of voids - Bond failure and sensitivity - Whether to use a liner or not - Success with bulk fills - An overview of matrix systems - Finishing and polishing

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Speaker

Dr Dylan Yung

Dr Dylan Yung graduated from the University of Otago with a Bachelor of Dental Surgery in 1992. He was a founding member of the NZ Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and maintains a private practice in Newmarket, Auckland, with a focus on reconstructive & aesthetic dentistry. Dr Yung brings a wealth of knowledge and experience from his extensive training abroad at the Fahl Centre for Aesthetic Dentistry (Brazil), the Kois Center, UCLA & the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies (USA) where he has also served as a clinical instructor. He has conducted numerous seminars and workshops both nationally and internationally lecturing on the latest aspects of cosmetic dentistry.

Venue

Hotel Armitage
9 Willow Street

Organisers

New Zealand Dental Assoc.
NZDA House
1/195 Main Highway
Ellerslie, Auckland
1051
New Zealand

Madison McKillen
T: 09 579 8001
E: [email protected]
W: NZDA.org.nz

Exiting your practice and maximising your outcome
New Zealand Dental Assoc.

Practice Management

Wellington
28 Aug 2020
09:00 - 17:00 (6.5 hrs)

Simon Palmer
Lecture

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When it’s time to sell their practice, many dentists delay putting their practice on the market due to little understanding of the value of what they are selling and how to prepare their practice for sale, as well as the fear of loss of identity post sale. Simon Palmer is returning by popular demand to discuss the steps and processes involved with exiting a practice. This course will teach you the…

When it’s time to sell their practice, many dentists delay putting their practice on the market due to little understanding of the value of what they are selling and how to prepare their practice for sale, as well as the fear of loss of identity post sale. Simon Palmer is returning by popular demand to discuss the steps and processes involved with exiting a practice. This course will teach you the steps and processes involved in selling your practice, and how to prepare your practice for sale in your final years, in order to optimise the result, get you the best price and conditions, and enable you to exit on your terms. Course Topics: — The impact that COVID-19 will have on practice values. — Exit planning. How do you get your practice ready to sell? — Various exit strategies, including walk-in walk-out, the incremental sale, sell and stay on and grandfather options. — Succession planning. What you need to do now to prepare (and how do you manage the transition to retirement). — Understanding what you are selling. — Does your current structure provide for succession? — Valuing your practice. What is the value in your dental practice and how to quantify the value. — Effective strategies for transferring patients effectively from seller to buyer. — Post-sale work and lifestyle options.

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Speaker

Simon Palmer

Simon Palmer is the Founder and Managing Director of Practice Sale Search, Australia’s leading dental practice brokerage, which recently launched a New Zealand office. With more than 15 years’ experience in dentist recruitment, on-hire and dental practice sales, Simon has extensive knowledge of and insight into the dental industry. Simon is a licensed business broker and real estate agent, is a regular contributor to dental publications and journals, and is regarded as an expert on dental practice purchases and sales. He frequently presents workshops on Practice Buying and Exit Planning at NZDA and ADA seminars and major conferences throughout Australia and New Zealand. His views are sought by practice owners and buyers across the entire spectrum of dental practice structures, from small, one-chair practices to multi-chair, associateship and corporate practices. Simon sells hundreds of practices a year. He is deeply involved in every stage of the sale, from marketing, listing and showing practices to negotiating the price, legals, terms and post-sale employment of the exiting practice owner.

Venue

Rydges Wellington
75 Featherston Street

Organisers

New Zealand Dental Assoc.
NZDA House
1/195 Main Highway
Ellerslie, Auckland
1051
New Zealand

Madison McKillen
T: 09 579 8001
E: [email protected]
W: NZDA.org.nz