THE Mixed Dentition REVOLUTION -Update 2020
Progressive Orthodontic Seminars

Orthodontics

NSW 2034
28 Mar 2020 - 29 Mar 2020
08:00 - 17:30 (16 hrs)

Dr Agim Hymer
Internet Lecture

• Using Removable Aligner Trays in Mixed Dentition • Aligner Market with Growing Patients • Expansion, Distalization, Bite Opening • Open Bite, Deep Bite and Crossbite • “The Utility Arch Effect” • Growth Management • Serial Extraction • Canine Impaction Retrieval • Lower the Risk of Decay and Decalcification • How to Reduce Staging and Appliance Needs • Case Selection –…

• Using Removable Aligner Trays in Mixed Dentition • Aligner Market with Growing Patients • Expansion, Distalization, Bite Opening • Open Bite, Deep Bite and Crossbite • “The Utility Arch Effect” • Growth Management • Serial Extraction • Canine Impaction Retrieval • Lower the Risk of Decay and Decalcification • How to Reduce Staging and Appliance Needs • Case Selection – Who Should (and Shouldn’t) Get Aligners? • Comparing Appliances: Utility Arch, Headgear, RPE, TPA, Bionator, Quad Helix, Aligners

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Speaker

Dr Agim Hymer

Education 1984-1988: Melbourne University, president of Dental Students Society in 1986 Professional Info: 1990-1992: Member of the Medical Board for the Mildura Private Hospital 1993-1996: Worked in private practice in Malvern and Brunswick 1995-2003: Member of the Medical Board for the Vaucluse Hospital 1997-1999: Started and completed Progressive Orthodontics Course 2007- Advanced Orthodontics with Progressive Orthodontics 1997-2017: Owned and worked in my own practice, employing hygienist, two therapists and an associate dentist 2014- Brought in a partner to FirstBite Dental 2015- An associate employed in the practice making it 3 dentists working with the Therapists and Hygienists 2006- Present: Lecturer for Progressive Orthodontics. Lecturing in Australia and Internationally. Senior lecturer for Australasia writing and delivering the yearly updates in Australia and Asia and Europe 2012-Present: Lecturer for Diode Lasers in Dentistry 2016- Dept. of Audiology Melbourne University Tinnitus working group Media Appearances Radio: 3AW , 3AK (had own weekly radio show), Koorie radio 3KND, ABC Radio National, ABC 774, 5AA Adelaide, ABC Drive Time Adelaide, ABC Regional South Australia TV: Channel 7 Sunrise Show, Channel 31 Newspaper: The Herald Sun, Leader Newspaper (Moonee Valley), Community News

Venue

Crowne Plaza Coogee Beach
242 Arden St
Coogee Beach

Organisers

Progressive Orthodontic Seminars
18 Friendship Avenue
Kellyville
2155
Australia

Karen Cassar
T: +6 129 8999191
E: [email protected]
W: www.posortho.com

EODO New Zealand Orthodontic Diagnosis and Treatment Planning
Dr Derek Mahoney

General Dentistry Orthodontics

Auckland
28 Mar 2020 - 29 Mar 2020
09:00 - 17:00 (12 hrs)

Dr Derek Mahoney
Hands On Lecture Peer Contact

ONLINE ENROLMENT

Programme Highlights Doctors will be shown how to take proper orthodontic records including study models, intra-oral photos and extra-oral photos. The records will then be analysed to break down the diagnosis into 1 of 36 possible malocclusion types. A treatment plan will be formulated to divide the orthodontic problems into functional influences, orthopaedic concerns and orthodontic considerations.…

Programme Highlights Doctors will be shown how to take proper orthodontic records including study models, intra-oral photos and extra-oral photos. The records will then be analysed to break down the diagnosis into 1 of 36 possible malocclusion types. A treatment plan will be formulated to divide the orthodontic problems into functional influences, orthopaedic concerns and orthodontic considerations. Doctors will be given a thorough overview of dentofacial growth and facial aesthetics. Programme Outline Introduction to contemporary orthodontic treatment objectives Difference between traditional and functional orthodontics Skeletal classification system Dental division Vertical dimension of the face Assessing facial growth Myo-functional problems Airway evaluation Evaluation of the TMI Introduction to cephalometrics Benefits of early orthodontic intervention Aetiology of malocclusions Informed consent Growth of the maxilla Growth of the mandible Arch development techniques Preventing impacted canines Treatment of tongue tie Evaluation of the smile line Introduction of computerised software to aid diagnosis and treatment planning Further event information

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Speaker

Dr Derek Mahoney

Dr Derek Mahony BDS (Syd), MScOrth (Lon), DOrthRCS (Edin), MDOrthRCPS (Glas), MOrthRCS (Eng), FRCD (Can), MOrth RCS (Edin), FICD, IBO, FACD, FICCDE, FIADFE, FPFA, Grad Dip Dental Sleep Medicine (WA), Grad Dip Dent (Ortho) Dr Derek Mahony is a Registered Specialist in Orthodontics who has lectured thousands of practitioners on the benefits of interceptive orthodontic treatment. He has the reputation of being the best Orthodontist in the Southern Hemisphere.

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Venue

Rydges Auckland
59 Federal Street
CBD

Organisers

Dr Derek Mahoney
43 Lincoln Road
Henderson
0610
New Zealand

Leeanne Boyle
T: 09 837 2598
E: [email protected]
W: www.eodo.co.nz

Atraumatic Exodontia
Restoring Excellence

Dental Education

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

Dr Dale Rosenbach
Lecture

Watch this online lecture series by Dr Dale Rosenbach if you want to feel less stress when making clinical decisions about how choose the right treatment for your patients. In this online presentation, Dr Dale Rosenbach discusses the basic principles of extraction socket physiology through to socket classifications. He will provide sufficient rationale for why atraumatic extraction techniques can be…

Watch this online lecture series by Dr Dale Rosenbach if you want to feel less stress when making clinical decisions about how choose the right treatment for your patients. In this online presentation, Dr Dale Rosenbach discusses the basic principles of extraction socket physiology through to socket classifications. He will provide sufficient rationale for why atraumatic extraction techniques can be beneficial for your patient and why it is an ideal solution for facial soft and hard tissue dimensions. It often takes more time and effort to section teeth carefully taking them out to preserve bone and sockets for best patient care. The information provided in this presentation will argue the benefits of Atraumatic Exodontia for greater success, by understanding the science and numbers behind the surgery. Further event information

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Speaker

Dr Dale Rosenbach

Dale R. Rosenbach DMD, MS Director, Instructor | Brooklyn, New York Specialties: Periodontics And Periodontology Speaks about: Periodontics and Periodontology, Implant Dentistry, Dentistry, Surgical Implantology, Cosmetic Dentistry, Restorative Dentistry, Aesthetics Dr. Dale Rosenbach received his undergraduate degree in biology from Yeshiva University and his dental degree from New Jersey Dental School. After completing a one year general practice residency at Woodhull Medical Center in Brooklyn, he attended Columbia University for his postdoctoral training in periodontics and implant dentistry, completing a master’s degree focusing on the effects of abutment dis/reconnection on initial peri-implant bone loss. Dr. Rosenbach is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology. Dr. Rosenbach is currently a clinical instructor in periodontics and implant dentistry and course director of the periodontics & implant dentistry lecture series at the general practice residency (GPR) at Woodhull Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY, in addition to assistant director of the PGY-2/3 implant fellowship. He has bee published in Dental Products Report, Dentaltown Magazine and Dentistry Today. He also serves as the head of project for WikiProject Dentistry on Wikipedia. Dr. Rosenbach is an internationally-recognized speaker and has presented over 115 lectures spanning more than 700 hours of continuing education on topics related to periodontics, implant dentistry and adjunctive surgical procedures. He has been invited to speak for component CE groups of the New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, California, Texas, Manitoba and British Columbia Dental Associations, as well as private CE organizations in Michigan, Ohio, Connecticut, Louisiana, Virginia, Maryland, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Maine and beyond.

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

e-learning session 1 - #howtoseries: Injection Moulding Technique
GC Corporation

General Dentistry

Online
31 Mar 2020
12:30 - 13:30 (1 hrs)

RL Halili-Castillo
Internet Lecture

GC is proud to offer a series of continuing professional development online programmes. These programmes are designed to relate to your daily practice and enhance your role in providing exceptional patient care. Our online course is designed to have a short lecture component and a live demo component in a 1-hr session. You will have the opportunity to ask questions as well as watch a live demonstration…

GC is proud to offer a series of continuing professional development online programmes. These programmes are designed to relate to your daily practice and enhance your role in providing exceptional patient care. Our online course is designed to have a short lecture component and a live demo component in a 1-hr session. You will have the opportunity to ask questions as well as watch a live demonstration on the technique while we are on the session. Now (e-)learning is easier with us! Further event information

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Speaker

RL Halili-Castillo

RL obtained her degree in Doctor of Dental Medicine at the University of the East Manila Philippines. She has aquired extensive clinical experience in her own dental practice, where she was able to hone her management and clinical skills, providing a comprehensive range of dental services to her patients. She has also practiced at the Health Promotion Board School Dental Services of Singapore, giving emphasis on oral health care programs for school children.

Venue

Organisers

GC Corporation
143 Taylors Mistake
Scarborough
8018
NEW ZEALAND

Colleen Coulter
T: 021 433 200
E: [email protected]

e-learning session 2 - #howtoseries: Class II made easy
GC Corporation

Restorative Dentistry

Online
31 Mar 2020
15:00 - 16:00 (1 hrs)

RL Halili-Castillo
Internet Lecture

Recently, a fibre reinforced composite filling material is introduced to clinicians which offers the ability to replace dentine and can be used in conjunction with a conventional composite as enamel replacement. Using this modern combination of materials, it enables biometric restoration of the teeth. The need to build a stronger foundation under posterior composites, a substructure that behaves like…

Recently, a fibre reinforced composite filling material is introduced to clinicians which offers the ability to replace dentine and can be used in conjunction with a conventional composite as enamel replacement. Using this modern combination of materials, it enables biometric restoration of the teeth. The need to build a stronger foundation under posterior composites, a substructure that behaves like dentine, a dentine replacement with fracture toughness and fatigue resistance similar to that of dentine - has made its way to help clinicians achieve better prognosis. In this workshop: - Learn how to efficiently restore an extended class II cavity using fibre reinforced composite as dentine replacement - Understand the importance of the use of an efficient and clinically proven adhesive - Learn simple occlusal build up with minimal finishing

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Speaker

RL Halili-Castillo

RL obtained her degree in Doctor of Dental Medicine at the University of the East Manila Philippines. She has acquired extensive clinical experience in her own dental practice, where she was able to hone her management and clinical skills, providing a comprehensive range of dental services to her patients. She has also practiced at the Health Promotion Board School Dental Services of Singapore, giving emphasis on oral health care programs for school children. After spending four years in GC South East Asia she recently joined GC Australasia armed with over fifteen years of experience in the dental industry both in clinical and business side. She is actively involved in training and education programs specialized in fibre technology, aesthetic and restorative dentistry across the region.

Venue

Organisers

GC Corporation
143 Taylors Mistake
Scarborough
8018
NEW ZEALAND

Colleen Coulter
T: 021 433 200
E: [email protected]

Diode Training Course
Bio Serve NZ

Laser Dentistry

Auckland
2 Apr 2020
08:30 - 17:00 (7 hrs)

Michael Koceja, DDS
Hands On Lecture

ONLINE ENROLMENT

This lecture and hands-on training will provide an overview on laser physics and history, diode laser tissue interaction, laser safety and regulations. LEARNING OBJECTIVES *Understand laser applications in dentistry * Understand basic science behind laser dentistry * Understand how lasers interact with dental soft and hard tissues * Understand regulatory environment and laser safety * Understand soft…

This lecture and hands-on training will provide an overview on laser physics and history, diode laser tissue interaction, laser safety and regulations. LEARNING OBJECTIVES *Understand laser applications in dentistry * Understand basic science behind laser dentistry * Understand how lasers interact with dental soft and hard tissues * Understand regulatory environment and laser safety * Understand soft tissue surgery applications * Understand perio treatment applications Further event information

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Speaker

Michael Koceja, DDS

Dr. Michael Koceja graduated from Marquette University School of Dentistry in 1986. He served 8 years in the United States Navy Dental Corp where he completed a Periodontal Fellowship in 1991 in San Diego, California. He has been in private practice since 1994 and have actively used lasers in dentistry since 1999. He received his laser certification in 2000, and has since achieved mastership level in the World Clinical Laser Institute.

Venue

Bio Serve Head Office
31 Morningside Drive
Mount Albert

Organisers

Bio Serve NZ
31 Morningside Drive
Mt Albert
1025
NZ

Bronwyn Hawthorn
T: 09 845 0743
E: [email protected]
W: www.bioserve.co.nz

Restoration and Preservation of the Compromised Tooth
ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development

Dental Education

ST LEONARDS NSW 2065
2 Apr 2020
09:00 - 16:00 (6 hrs)

Ian Meyers
Hands On

ONLINE ENROLMENT

Minimally invasive management of cracked, fractured and fragile teeth Over the patient’s lifetime their dentition is subject to a range of destructive forces which may decrease the longevity of individual teeth and ultimately the entire dentition. Caries, tooth wear, cracks, fractures, and previous restorative treatments can all result in severely compromised teeth with limited, and often weakened,…

Minimally invasive management of cracked, fractured and fragile teeth Over the patient’s lifetime their dentition is subject to a range of destructive forces which may decrease the longevity of individual teeth and ultimately the entire dentition. Caries, tooth wear, cracks, fractures, and previous restorative treatments can all result in severely compromised teeth with limited, and often weakened, remaining tooth structure. While complex restorative options involving fixed prosthodontics will provide suitable solutions in many cases, they may in some circumstances further weaken the tooth by removing sound tooth structure. There are situations when more conservative and less costly alternatives need to be considered for patients. ​This lecture and hands-on workshop will look at a range of clinical situations involving weakened and functionally fatigued teeth and discuss the conservative restorative management of these teeth to preserve the remaining tooth structure and maintain the patient’s dentition. Further event information

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Speaker

Ian Meyers

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

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Venue

Centre for Professional Development
Centre for Professional Development

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

Thinking Outside the Box; Traditional and Not So Traditional Approaches to Restorative Solutions
ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development

Dental Education Restorative Dentistry

ST LEONARDS NSW 2065
2 Apr 2020
09:00 - 16:00 (6 hrs)

Professor Ian Meyers
Hands On

Minimally invasive management of cracked, fractured and fragile teeth Over the patient’s lifetime their dentition is subject to a range of destructive forces which may decrease the longevity of individual teeth and ultimately the entire dentition. Caries, tooth wear, cracks, fractures, and previous restorative treatments can all result in severely compromised teeth with limited, and often weakened,…

Minimally invasive management of cracked, fractured and fragile teeth Over the patient’s lifetime their dentition is subject to a range of destructive forces which may decrease the longevity of individual teeth and ultimately the entire dentition. Caries, tooth wear, cracks, fractures, and previous restorative treatments can all result in severely compromised teeth with limited, and often weakened, remaining tooth structure. While complex restorative options involving fixed prosthodontics will provide suitable solutions in many cases, they may in some circumstances further weaken the tooth by removing sound tooth structure. There are situations when more conservative and less costly alternatives need to be considered for patients. ​This lecture and hands-on workshop will look at a range of clinical situations involving weakened and functionally fatigued teeth and discuss the conservative restorative management of these teeth to preserve the remaining tooth structure and maintain the patient’s dentition. Topics include Restoration of the large posterior restoration Interproximal contacts and functional anatomical form Open and closed sandwich restorations Management options for cracked cusps/teeth Cusp and tooth reinforcement techniques Internal and external tooth bracing Fibre reinforced restorations Direct and semi-direct restorative options Prevention of catastrophic failure Conservative restoration as a precursor to complex restoration Further event information

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Speaker

Professor Ian Meyers

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

Venue

Organisers

ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development
1 Atchison Street
2065
Australia


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

e-learning session - A quick guide: Bridging the gap in the minimally invasive way
GC Corporation

Restorative Dentistry

Online
2 Apr 2020
12:30 - 13:30 (1 hrs)

RL Halili-Castillo
Internet Lecture

Directly constructed bridges with the use of fibre reinforced composites has been gaining popularity in dentistry because of its ability to give the dentists different treatment options depending on the needs of the patient. The aim is to restore the teeth in a biometric way with less tooth preparation to conserve as much healthy tooth structure as possible. The workshop will provide: - Simple techniques…

Directly constructed bridges with the use of fibre reinforced composites has been gaining popularity in dentistry because of its ability to give the dentists different treatment options depending on the needs of the patient. The aim is to restore the teeth in a biometric way with less tooth preparation to conserve as much healthy tooth structure as possible. The workshop will provide: - Simple techniques using the everStick fibre reinforced composite materials in synergy with a range of aesthetic and high strength composites - Hints and tips to assist in ensuring successful treatment outcomes - Clinical information which are useful in case selection and treatment planning

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Speaker

RL Halili-Castillo

RL obtained her degree in Doctor of Dental Medicine at the University of the East Manila Philippines. She has acquired extensive clinical experience in her own dental practice, where she was able to hone her management and clinical skills, providing a comprehensive range of dental services to her patients. She has also practiced at the Health Promotion Board School Dental Services of Singapore, giving emphasis on oral health care programs for school children. After spending four years in GC South East Asia she recently joined GC Australasia armed with over fifteen years of experience in the dental industry both in clinical and business side. She is actively involved in training and education programs specialized in fibre technology, aesthetic and restorative dentistry across the region.

Venue

Organisers

GC Corporation
143 Taylors Mistake
Scarborough
8018
NEW ZEALAND

Colleen Coulter
T: 021 433 200
E: [email protected]

e-learning session - #howtoseries: Class IV made easy
GC Corporation

Restorative Dentistry

Online
2 Apr 2020
21:00 - 22:00 (1 hrs)

RL Halili-Castillo
Internet Lecture

The use of composite restorative materials has been an inevitable part of everyday practice. Most commonly, patients demand a fast, good and an inexpensive restoration. Techniques have been developed which enable the dentists to accomplish the art of creating accurate and visually pleasing restorations with the use of composites. These materials can help you attain superior aesthetics and long-lasting…

The use of composite restorative materials has been an inevitable part of everyday practice. Most commonly, patients demand a fast, good and an inexpensive restoration. Techniques have been developed which enable the dentists to accomplish the art of creating accurate and visually pleasing restorations with the use of composites. These materials can help you attain superior aesthetics and long-lasting restorations. In this workshop, you will learn: - How to do a class IV cavity restoration in simple and achievable steps - Hints and tips on how to do layering in an efficient workflow - To maximise the potential of your composite material and see natural tooth aesthetics can be created easily in a shorter time - Easy to follow finishing and polishing techniques

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Speaker

RL Halili-Castillo

RL obtained her degree in Doctor of Dental Medicine at the University of the East Manila Philippines. She has acquired extensive clinical experience in her own dental practice, where she was able to hone her management and clinical skills, providing a comprehensive range of dental services to her patients. She has also practiced at the Health Promotion Board School Dental Services of Singapore, giving emphasis on oral health care programs for school children. After spending four years in GC South East Asia she recently joined GC Australasia armed with over fifteen years of experience in the dental industry both in clinical and business side. She is actively involved in training and education programs specialized in fibre technology, aesthetic and restorative dentistry across the region.

Venue

Organisers

GC Corporation
143 Taylors Mistake
Scarborough
8018
NEW ZEALAND

Colleen Coulter
T: 021 433 200
E: [email protected]

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