Primescan Cadcam clinical overview
Dentsply Sirona

Dental Technology General Dentistry Orthodontics Restorative Dentistry

Wellington
20 Jun 2019
18:30 - 20:30 (2 hrs)

Basem Solomon
Hands On Lecture

ONLINE ENROLMENT

Impression taking using intra-oral scanner Hands-on training camera & software familiarization Tips & tricks required for ideal outcomes. Clinical applications CEREC software 5.0 & Connect 5.0

Impression taking using intra-oral scanner Hands-on training camera & software familiarization Tips & tricks required for ideal outcomes. Clinical applications CEREC software 5.0 & Connect 5.0

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Speaker

Basem Solomon

Basem Solomon:- CEREC & CADCAM specialist

Venue

QT Museum Hotel Wellington
90 cable St
CBD

Organisers

Dentsply Sirona
Unit 1, Building H
4 Orbit Drive
Rosedale, Auckland
0632
New Zealand

Graham Head
T: 09 476 2479
E: [email protected]
W: http://www.dentsplysirona.com

Protecting your reputation following an adverse outcome
Dental Protection

Patient Management

N/A (Broadcasting live in UK)
20 Jun 2019
19:30 - 20:30 (1 hrs)

Dr James Foster (Lead) and Annalene Weston (Q&A)
Lecture Other Webinar

We are all human. Despite our best intentions, mistakes can happen. In an increasingly demanding professional environment, you need to protect and build your professional reputation and that of the practice. How then can you reduce the risk of a complaint, or Dental Council investigation following an adverse outcome? Join Dr James Foster, Head of Dental Services for Dental Protection New Zealand, Australia…

We are all human. Despite our best intentions, mistakes can happen. In an increasingly demanding professional environment, you need to protect and build your professional reputation and that of the practice. How then can you reduce the risk of a complaint, or Dental Council investigation following an adverse outcome? Join Dr James Foster, Head of Dental Services for Dental Protection New Zealand, Australia and Asia for this interactive webinar as he discusses real dentolegal cases to help you identify common themes. Designed for all dental practitioners, this live one-hour webinar will help you learn behaviours and actions to minimise the escalation of a case when things don’t go to plan. With an opportunity for real time questions and answers during the broadcast, this is the ideal way to have the expertise of Dental Protection brought directly to you.

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Dr James Foster (Lead) and Annalene Weston (Q&A)

Dr James Foster qualified from Newcastle Dental School (UK) in 1990 and was in General Practice for sixteen years during which time he ran two practices in Northumberland. Dr Foster had various roles with the Northern Deanery which included seven years as a VT Adviser (latterly as a GPT scheme adviser), Workforce Adviser, Dental Tutor and a PCD Tutor. He also worked as a Clinical Supervisor in Prosthodontics at Newcastle Dental hospital for four years. James obtained a Masters Degree in Medical Law in 2005, and has further obtained the MFGDP(UK) and a Certificate in Clinical Education. James is a trained mentor and following his appointment as a local adviser to Dental Protection in 2004, he was appointed as an Associate Dentolegal Adviser in 2004. He joined Dental Protection as a full-time Dentolegal Adviser in 2008. Dr Foster handles cases from several International jurisdictions, and in 2014 he was appointed Head of Dental Services for Australia and New Zealand. His role recently expanded to include Asia.

Venue

Organisers

Dental Protection
NZDA
PO Box 28084
Remuera
1541
New Zealand

Madison McKillen
T: 09 579 8001
E: [email protected]

Guided tissue and bone regeneration (GTR and GBR) around teeth and dental implants.
Central Districts Branch NZDA

Dental Implants Periodontics Periodontics/Restorative Dentistry

Palmerston North
20 Jun 2019
19:30 - 20:45 (1 hrs)

Dr David Ko
Lecture Peer Contact

Periodontitis and peri-implantitis both destroy the supporting alveolar bone leading to premature loss of teeth and dental implants. While removal of bacterial infection is the key to successfully arresting the disease, in some cases, regeneration of supporting tissues could further improve the treatment outcome.

Periodontitis and peri-implantitis both destroy the supporting alveolar bone leading to premature loss of teeth and dental implants. While removal of bacterial infection is the key to successfully arresting the disease, in some cases, regeneration of supporting tissues could further improve the treatment outcome.

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Dr David Ko

Qualifications: Bachelor of Dental surgery 2010 Doctoral of Clinical Dentistry in Periodontics 2015 David is an active member of several dental associations and continually provides lectures to the local and other regional dental groups. Memberships: Registered Specialist Periodontist Dental Council of New Zealand (DCNZ) Member of New Zealand Society of Periodontology Member of International Team of Implantology (ITI) Member of New Zealand Dental Association Member of Hawke’s bay Dental Association Member of NZ Society for Anaesthesia & Sedation in Dentistry

Venue

Caccia Birch House
130 Te Awe Awe Street

Organisers

Central Districts Branch NZDA
250 Grey Street
Palmerston North
4414
New Zealand

Hui Wang
T: 0064 6 357 9680
E: [email protected]

Peridontal and Peri-implant Diseases - An Update
Hawke's Bay Branch NZDA

Branch Meetings Dental Implants Oral Medicine & Pathology Periodontics

Napier
20 Jun 2019
19:30 - 21:30 (2 hrs)

Dr Diogo Zanicotti
Lecture

Interactive lecture and discussion. Diogo will present on Peri-implantitis cases and disease prognosis. As well as provide the new classification of Periodontal and peri-implant diseases.

Interactive lecture and discussion. Diogo will present on Peri-implantitis cases and disease prognosis. As well as provide the new classification of Periodontal and peri-implant diseases.

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Dr Diogo Zanicotti

DJ graduated with a BDS from Tuiuti University (Brazil) in 2004, and has been a specialist in Periodontics since 2006 (Faculdade de Odontologia de Piracicaba - Unicamp, Brazil). He also has a specialist degree in Dental Implantology and Masters Degree in Clinical Dentistry (Dental Implantology) from Universidade Positivo, Brazil (2010), and a PhD from the University of Otago, New Zealand (2015). He is an active member of numerous national and international dental organisations including the International Team for Implantology (ITI), American Academy of Periodontology, The New Zealand Dental Association, The New Zealand Society of Periodontology, and The Australasian and New Zealand Academy of Periodontists. DJ has presented lectures and surgical training programmes and his literature contributions include conference posters and presentations, scientific articles, and a textbook chapter. DJ is the leading Periodontist at the Wellington Periodontics and Dental Implants in Wellington, New Zealand..

Venue

Hawkes Bay Club
53 Marine Pde
Bluff Hill

Organisers

Hawke's Bay Branch NZDA
Dental on Raffles
106 Raffles Street
4110

Isha Woodhams
T: 021 028 37014
E: [email protected]
W: dentalonraffles.co.nz

NZACD 2019 Graduate Workshop Series - Module 4
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry

Dental Materials Restorative Dentistry

Auckland
21 Jun 2019
08:30 - 17:00 (7.5 hrs)

Dr Gilbert Watson
Hands On Peer Contact

SYNOPSIS Using current best evidence, we will look at preparation design for the modern direct and indirect restorations both in the anterior and posterior segments. With the constant challenge that exists to make our restorations aesthetic without compromising their longevity, discussion will be held regarding current available materials and their advantages and disadvantages. Aligning with this we…

SYNOPSIS Using current best evidence, we will look at preparation design for the modern direct and indirect restorations both in the anterior and posterior segments. With the constant challenge that exists to make our restorations aesthetic without compromising their longevity, discussion will be held regarding current available materials and their advantages and disadvantages. Aligning with this we will look at current design principles that relate to the adhesive properties of the modern restoration. In particular, there will be discussion as to when to switch from an adhesive preparation design to a cohesive one. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Understand preparation designs for the modern direct and indirect restoration 2. Understand when to rely on the adhesive properties of my restoration and when I should implement retentive and resistance elements 3. Understand the range of modern indirect materials that are currently available and their advantages and disadvantages

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Dr Gilbert Watson

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 peer reviewed international journal - The International Journal of Prosthodontics. On returning to Auckland he established a specialist private prosthodontic practice and became editor of the Auckland Dental Association newsletter as well as facilitator for the New Graduate Programme for a number of years. He has lectured for a number of different organizations throughout Australia and New Zealand including the New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, the Auckland Dental Association and Biomet 3i having completed over 70 lectures since 2011. He has also recently completed a two-year tenure as the President of the New Zealand Academy of Prosthodontists and Restorative Dentists.

Venue

Henry Schein
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]nzacd.co.nz
W: www.nzacd.co.nz

Technical Aspects of Implant Retained Prosthesis
Ivoclar Vivadent

Dental Education

Auckland
21 Jun 2019 - 22 Jun 2019
08:30 - 17:00 (14 hrs)

Steve McGlynn
Other

Course Description Participants will gain a comprehensive knowledge of the technical procedures required in the construction of fixed and removable implant prosthestics. The workshop will combine theory, demonstration and hands on procedures across a broad range of applications. Combined with the Impressions for Implant Prosthesis’ course you will gain comprehensive knowledge on the clinical and…

Course Description Participants will gain a comprehensive knowledge of the technical procedures required in the construction of fixed and removable implant prosthestics. The workshop will combine theory, demonstration and hands on procedures across a broad range of applications. Combined with the Impressions for Implant Prosthesis’ course you will gain comprehensive knowledge on the clinical and technical aspects required to achieve predictable outcomes and accuracy with implant prosthtesis. Learning Objectives - The implant team - Treatment options removable and fixed - Implant systems for removable and fixed - Master casts/soft tissue mask - Master cast verification jigs - Registration rims on temporary cylinders - BPS balanced set up concepts - Designing milled bars and superstructures - Try in - Final wax up and occlusal equilibration - Processing fixed and removable prosthesis - Deflasking, trimming and polishing of the final prosthesis

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Steve McGlynn

Stephen McGlynn — Australia Dental Prosthetist Stephen McGlynn is a registered Dental Prosthetist in practice for over 25 years. He is a certified BPS Laboratory owner and BPS Instructor, lecturing in Australia, New Zealand, India and Europe. Stephen has memberships with the ADPA, OHPA, ITI and AOS. Previously a member of the Dental Technicians Registration Board, he now represents the industry as a member of the NSW Dental Council and chairperson of the Dental Technicians Education Accounts Committee. With TAFE NSW, Stephen was instrumental in implementing and teaching the course “Implant Retained Overdentures”. Stephen has a passion for education, both on a personal level, as well as encouraging and developing further learning for other dental professionals within the industry.

Venue

Ivoclar Vivadent
12 Omega Street
Rosedale

Organisers

Ivoclar Vivadent
12 Omega Street
Rosedale
0632
NEW ZEALAND

Caroline Jones
T: 09 914 9999
E: [email protected]
W: www.ivoclarvivadent.co.nz

CORE Immediate
Resuscitation Matters Ltd

Medical Emergencies

Christchurch
21 Jun 2019
09:00 - 14:00 (5 hrs)

Alice Brown
Hands On

ONLINE ENROLMENT

5 hour assessed course providing the basic skills and knowledge for the management of life-threatening illness and injury. Includes: Adult, Child & Infant Collapse, Advanced Airway, Defibrillation and other practical skills.

5 hour assessed course providing the basic skills and knowledge for the management of life-threatening illness and injury. Includes: Adult, Child & Infant Collapse, Advanced Airway, Defibrillation and other practical skills. Further event information

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Speaker

Alice Brown

Alice is an experienced ICU nurse and clinical nurse specialist with a passion for education.

Further speaker information

Venue

Canterbury Charity Hospital
349 Harewood Road
Harewood

Organisers

Resuscitation Matters Ltd
PO Box 76321
8548
NEW ZEALAND

Alice Brown
T: 03 323 8013
E: [email protected]
W: www.resuscitationmatters.co.nz

Prosthodontics for Practice
Melbourne Dental School, The University of Melbourne

Dental Education Other Prosthodontics Treatment planning Clinical skills Technique

Melbourne
21 Jun 2019 - 11 Jul 2019
09:00 - 09:00 (18 hrs)

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Hands On Lecture

ONLINE ENROLMENT

The Prosthodontics for Practice course runs over three 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…

The Prosthodontics for Practice course runs over three 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 arounda 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 managementof 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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Dr Chris Evans completed his BDSc (University of Queensland), and his MDSc in prosthodontics (University of Melbourne). He is in full-time specialist prosthodontic practice in Brighton, and has a branch practice in Albury, NSW. Chris has been involved with teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students at The University of Melbourne and has been involved in several international multi-centre clinical research trials. He has presented on implant dentistry and other prosthodontic topics throughout Australasia, Asia, America and Europe. Dr Simon Wylie is a specialist prosthodontist in private practice in Geelong and Melbourne. Simon has an active interest in continuing professional development. Simon is also an instructor for the specialist prosthodonticprogram at the University of Melbourne and is on faculty at Charles Sturt University for their Graduate Diploma in Implant Dentistry. Simon is a graduate of Melbourne University for both his undergraduate and hisMasters degrees. Dr Gaurika Sud received her DClinDent in prosthodontics from the University of Melbourne. She is currently in private practice as a specialist prosthodontist in Bulleen and in Warrnambool. Gaurika is also involved in clinical teaching at the University of Melbourne. She has a special interest in aesthetic and functional reconstructions of patients with complex restorative needs, using fixed and removable restorations. Dr Dinusha Goodawardhana isa prosthodontist that graduated from her undergraduate dentistry degreefrom the University of Melbourne in 2005 and from the Doctor of Clinical Dentistryin Prosthodontics, also from the University of Melbourne in 2013. Current Dinusha divides her working time in private practice in Hawthornand Frankston and also in the teaching and lecturing program with the Melbourne Dental School at the University of Melbourne. Dr Nick Palfreyman isa specialist prosthodontist practicing in Ballarat and Melbourne. He completed undergraduate and postgraduate speciality training at the University of Melbourne. Nick has served in the Australian Defence forceand been admitted to Fellowship of the RACDS. Nick is involved in teaching conventional and implant prosthodontics at the University and Melbourne and has lectured across the country in implant prosthodontics.He has a strong interest in dental implant biomechanics and conservative aesthetic rehabilitations. Dr Jaafar Abduo receivedhis BDS (Otago, New Zealand), DClinDent (Otago, New Zealand), MRACDS (Pros). His current position is as Senior Lecturer in Prosthodontics andConvener of the Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Dentistry (Implants) and Convener of Removable Prosthodontics at the MelbourneDental school. His research interests are in the areas of CAD/CAM dentistry, removable prosthodontics, implant biomechanics and dental occlusion. Jaafar's teaching interests are in the areas of fixed and removable prosthodontics, oral implantology and evidence based prosthodontics. Dr Vahed Parzham obtainedhis Doctorate of Dental Surgery degree from the University of Shahid Beheshti, Tehran, 2007 and practiced as a general dentist in a private practice for three years before coming to Australia. Heobtained his Australian Dental Council certificate in 2010 and has beenworking as a general dentist in both public and private sectors in Victoria. Dr Vahed Parzham is currently finalising he thesis towards hiswith the Doctorate of Clinical Dentistry postgraduate having completed his coursework in Prosthodontics postgraduate training in at the University of Melbourne. He works as a Practitioner Restricted to Prosthodontics and is actively involved in teaching undergraduate dentalstudents in the subjects related to implant dentistry and prosthodontics.

Venue

Melbourne Oral Health Training Education Centre (MOHTEC)
720-723 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: [email protected]
W: ecommerce.dent.unimelb.edu.au

Functional appliances
University of Sydney

Dental Education Orthodontics

SYDNEY
21 Jun 2019
09:00 - 17:00 (6 hrs)

Dr Morris Rapaport
Lecture

In this course you will be guided by Dr Morris Rapaport and you will learn what appliance modifications are necessary in high angle or asymmetric cases. You will also cover questions such as: How do you recognise any shortcomings in the appliance the laboratory has sent you? How do these appliances work? What do I put on the laboratory slip? These and other questions will be answered during this one…

In this course you will be guided by Dr Morris Rapaport and you will learn what appliance modifications are necessary in high angle or asymmetric cases. You will also cover questions such as: How do you recognise any shortcomings in the appliance the laboratory has sent you? How do these appliances work? What do I put on the laboratory slip? These and other questions will be answered during this one day course. The theory underpinning all functional appliances will be covered but the clinical emphasis is mainly on The Clark Twin Block Appliance. Interspersed throughout the formal lectures are case reports and more case reports - preferably your cases. That invariably emphasises what you have just learnt because so many points are demonstrated during the group discussion of cases. You are encouraged to collect records and send them to us in an electronic format at least one week prior to the course for inclusion in the program. The day ends with a brief self-assessment test, which will show you what you retained and perhaps what you need to look over in your notes. Further event information

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Dr Morris Rapaport

Morris Rapaport first graduated in 1976 and then obtained a MDSc in Orthodontics from the University of Sydney in 1980. He is in specialist orthodontic practice, is a part time lecturer at The University of Sydney and is an Invisalign Platinum Provider. He has been involved in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching for decades and has lectured nationally and internationally. Morris has had a long interest in functional appliances and in the early 1990's developed a course in the clinical use and theoretical underpinning of functional appliances, which he delivers annually to the Sydney University postgraduate students. After receiving an award for “outstanding presentation and treatment” of a case he began treating in 1991 with the then new Clark Twin Blocks, he published a paper in the Australian Orthodontic Journal (March 1998) demonstrating the application of the Bass Aesthetic Analysis in functional appliance diagnosis. Morris is well known for his ability to simplify complex issues and presents them using liberal doses of humour to make lectures not only highly accessible, but enjoyable and memorable.

Venue

Organisers

University of Sydney
Continuing Education
School of Dentistry
Level 7/2 Chalmers Street
2010
Australia

Natasha Naturalny
T: 61 293 518348
E: [email protected]
W: sydney.edu.au/dentistry/ce/

HIV Women’s Seminar 2019
Positive Women Inc.

Patient Management

Auckland
21 Jun 2019
09:00 - 15:15 (6.25 hrs)

Dr Hadleigh Clark
Lecture

ONLINE ENROLMENT

The HIV Women's Seminar is to be held in Auckland at Sorrento in the Park on the 21st of June 2019 from 9 am - 3.15 pm. The Seminar is free and includes morning/afternoon tea and lunch. The focus of this seminar is raise awareness of the rights of people living with HIV in the New Zealand healthcare system. This years seminar will include a presentation by Dr Hadleigh Clark, Oral Medicine Specialist…

The HIV Women's Seminar is to be held in Auckland at Sorrento in the Park on the 21st of June 2019 from 9 am - 3.15 pm. The Seminar is free and includes morning/afternoon tea and lunch. The focus of this seminar is raise awareness of the rights of people living with HIV in the New Zealand healthcare system. This years seminar will include a presentation by Dr Hadleigh Clark, Oral Medicine Specialist for ADHB who will be presenting on 'Oral Manifestations of HIV a 21st Century Perspective'. An overview of the common manifestations of oral disorders prevalent in HIV will be presented, with an emphasis on how anti-retroviral therapies are changing the patterns of oral problems encountered in the 21st Century. Besides this dedicated session for dental practitioners, the seminar has a strong focus on HIV related stigma and discrimination which would be valuable learning for all attendees. Further event information

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Dr Hadleigh Clark

Dr Hadleigh Clark BSc, BDS, MBChB, DClinDent (Oral Med), MRACDS (Oral Med) Hadleigh is an Oral Medicine Specialist, currently working full-time for the Auckland District Health Board. After qualifying as a dentist and working as a dental house surgeon and subsequently a private dentist, Hadleigh returned to studies, qualifying as a doctor in 2011. From 2013 – 2016 he was based in Sydney, where he undertook his Oral Medicine specialist training at Westmead Hospital and the Westmead Centre for Oral Health. His clinical interests include immunologically mediated oral mucosal and salivary diseases, as well as oral potentially malignant disorders.

Venue

Sorrento in the Park
670 Manukau Rd
Royal Oak

Organisers

Positive Women Inc.
PO Box 56076
Dominion Road
Mt Eden
1446
New Zealand

Jane Bruning
T: 09 623 9183
E: [email protected]
W: www.positivewomen.org.nz

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