Oral Medicine for the General Dental Practitioner
ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development

General Dentistry Oral Medicine

ST LEONARDS NSW 2065
2 Oct 2020
09:00 - 16:30 (6.5 hrs)

A/Professor Mark Schifter
Lecture

Lumps, Bumps, Ulcers and Pain Patients present with seemingly a bewildering range of diseases and disorders of oral cavity and indeed the stomatognathic system, that is the TMJ’s, salivary glands, muscles, nerves and the lips. The aim of this course id to provide a straight-forward approach to recognition and diagnosis of the significant oral pathology such as oral cancer and potentially malignant…

Lumps, Bumps, Ulcers and Pain Patients present with seemingly a bewildering range of diseases and disorders of oral cavity and indeed the stomatognathic system, that is the TMJ’s, salivary glands, muscles, nerves and the lips. The aim of this course id to provide a straight-forward approach to recognition and diagnosis of the significant oral pathology such as oral cancer and potentially malignant oral disorders, painful oral conditions and an approach and guidance to complex oro-facial pain. Topics include Introduction The “Medical History” – its importance and the starting point in the diagnosis and management of dental and maxillofacial disorders Oral Pathology Descriptors, terms and definitions Disorders of the lips and oral mucosa Recognition, diagnosis and management Oro-Facial Pain Recognition, diagnosis and management Salivary Gland Diseases Xerostomia Salivary hypofunction (hyposalivation) Approach to diagnosis and management Further event information

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A/Professor Mark Schifter

Mark Schifter is an A/Professor in Oral Medicine School of Dentistry, Faculty of Medicine and Health, The University of Sydney. He obtained his specialist qualifications in Oral Medicine, also from the University of Sydney in 1998. He also holds Memberships (by examination) in Special Needs Dentistry and Oral Medicine from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburg and Fellowships in Oral Medicine (by examination) from the Faculty of Dentistry, Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland (FFD RCSI (Oral Med) and Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons (FRACDS (Oral Med). He is the current Convenor/Coordinator of the specialist-training program in Oral Medicine of the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Sydney. Mark is a Staff Specialist in Oral Medicine, Department of Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology and Special Needs Dentistry at Westmead Hospital.

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

Impactful leadership – Shadow of a leader
William Buck

Practice Management

N/A
8 Oct 2020
18:00 - 18:30 (0.5 hrs)

Kim Daji, General Manager, William Buck
Internet

ONLINE ENROLMENT

This is the second in the series of four webinars from Kim Daji on knowing and managing ourselves and others. Successful, happy and contributing people have something in common. They know themselves well. They are clear about their strengths, they know their foibles and they use this knowledge make better decisions and choices. In this session we will explore how your “shadow as a leader” impacts…

This is the second in the series of four webinars from Kim Daji on knowing and managing ourselves and others. Successful, happy and contributing people have something in common. They know themselves well. They are clear about their strengths, they know their foibles and they use this knowledge make better decisions and choices. In this session we will explore how your “shadow as a leader” impacts your team and how you can lead yourself better and have more impactful manager and leader. 1. What is the “shadow of a leader”? ¾ How does our “shadow” we cast as a leader impact our team? ¾ 2 tools to create the “shadow” that you want to cast 2. Create your action plan Further event information

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Kim Daji, General Manager, William Buck

As the General Manager for William Buck, Kim oversees functions of Human Resources and Administration. Prior to taking on the GM role, Kim was HR Manager for major New Zealand companies in FMCG and professional services. Her expertise in people and strategy allows her to develop pragmatic solutions to business problems. Kim speaks at multiple conferences on getting the most out of people.

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Venue

Organisers

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

Kieran Bird
T: 09 366 5000
E: [email protected]
W: williambuck.co.nz

Enhanced Endodontics
ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development

Endodontics

ST LEONARDS NSW 2065
9 Oct 2020
09:00 - 16:30 (6.5 hrs)

Dr Geoffrey Youg Dr Harry Mohan
Hands On

Pivotal technologic advancements practically applied for better endodontic outcomes. Contemporary endodontics has seen unprecedented advances in diagnostic imaging, instruments, and materials. These advancements have led to evidence-validated improvements in endodontic treatment outcomes. This course will show participants how to effectively integrate important technologic advancements into daily practice…

Pivotal technologic advancements practically applied for better endodontic outcomes. Contemporary endodontics has seen unprecedented advances in diagnostic imaging, instruments, and materials. These advancements have led to evidence-validated improvements in endodontic treatment outcomes. This course will show participants how to effectively integrate important technologic advancements into daily practice to improve endodontic treatment outcomes. Advances in endodontic imaging, instrumentation, root canal disinfection, root filling, and materials will be discussed. Clinical techniques will be demonstrated via microscope assisted clinical video. This course includes an extensive hands-on component for the participants. Operating microscopes will be available for all hands-on exercises. Topics include Predictable techniques for obtaining high quality 2D endodontic radiographs utilising the most clinically-relevant film/sensor holders for all situations. The role of high-resolution CBCT (3D) imaging in endodontic diagnosis and treatment planning: A new standard of care. Modern paradigms in endodontic access and directed dentine conservation. Advanced NiTi file systems: how to best use controlled memory (CM) NiTi rotary files for superior clinical results (hands-on). Strategies to enhance endodontic irrigation to achieve more thorough disinfection of complex root canal anatomy (hands-on). How to consistently produce high quality root fillings using thermoplastic obturation techniques (hands-on) Calcium silicate based materials (MTA and bioceramics) in endodontic obturation, perforation repair and vital pulp therapy. Learning Objectives Know how to successfully image any part of the dentition. Apply CBCT (3D) imaging to facilitate endodontic diagnosis and treatment. Understand the principles of dentine conservation in modern endodontics and how this can enhance long-term tooth survival. Understand the advantages, principles, and practical aspects of controlled memory (CM) NiTi file systems. Apply strategies and techniques to enhance endodontic irrigation and obturation. Understand the applications of MTA and bioceramics in modern endodontics. Further event information

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Dr Geoffrey Youg Dr Harry Mohan

Dr Geoff Young obtained his BDS (University Medal) from the University of Sydney in 2002, and his Specialist degree from the University of Melbourne in 2007. He went on to establish Sydney Endodontic Centre - the largest specialist endodontic group practice in the Inner West of Sydney. Dr Young was the first endodontist in NSW awarded Fellowship of the RACDS in the Special Field of Endodontics, and is a current examiner for the FRACDS (GDP) final examination. Dr Young is committed to clinical teaching at the University of Sydney, as well as developing and providing continuing education through the ADA and RACDS. He is Past President of the Australian Society of Endodontology (NSW), as well as a member of the Australian & New Zealand Academy of Endodontics, the International Association of Dental Traumatology, and the American Association of Endodontists. Dr. Harry Mohan completed his Bachelor of Dental Science at the University of Melbourne in 2008, before commencing work as a Dental Officer in the Royal Australian Air Force. Harry was posted to RAAF bases in South Australia and NSW for four years, and then transitioned to private dental practice in the Blue Mountains and NSW Central Coast. He completed his Doctor of Clinical Dentistry in Endodontics at the University of Melbourne and has special interests in dental trauma and the management of patients with dental fear and anxiety. Harry has published articles in peer-reviewed International and Australian scientific journals in the areas of endodontics and dental fear and anxiety. He regularly attends scientific meetings and has been involved with lecturing and clinical teaching at the University of Melbourne

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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

Triple D - Dangerous Drugs for Dentistry
ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development

Oral Medicine Pharmacology

ST LEONARDS NSW 2065
9 Oct 2020
09:00 - 16:30 (6.5 hrs)

A/Professor Mark Schifter
Lecture

Not only are the number of agents that our patients are using is increasing, including the increased use of “alternate” or “complimentary” medications, but also their complexity, with the advent of potent, targeted, biological agents. The result is an increasing number of our patients will be at greater risk of adverse effects from their medications. These adverse effects include the impeding…

Not only are the number of agents that our patients are using is increasing, including the increased use of “alternate” or “complimentary” medications, but also their complexity, with the advent of potent, targeted, biological agents. The result is an increasing number of our patients will be at greater risk of adverse effects from their medications. These adverse effects include the impeding of the safe delivery of dental treatment and the adverse oral and dental manifestations and complications related to the use of medications. This one-day lecture program aims to identify those patients, the medications they are taking and those drugs that are dangerous to provision of safe dental care for our patients Topics include Introduction The Medical and Drug History Know your drugs - classification Basic Pharmacology Revisited Classification of Oral and Dental Complications and Manifestations of Adverse Drug Reactions Hypersensitivity, anaphylaxis and allergy Warfarin and DOACs (Direct-acting Oral Anti-Coagulants) Chemotherapy The old and the new – the targeted therapies: the “Biologics”, MABs, NIBs, TKIs Safe dental care for the patient having chemotherapy MRONJ (Medication-Related Osteonecrosis of the Jaws) Diagnosis and Treatment Risk Analysis Safe dental care for the patient at-risk of MRONJ Further event information

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A/Professor Mark Schifter

Mark Schifter is an A/Professor in Oral Medicine School of Dentistry, Faculty of Medicine and Health, The University of Sydney. He obtained his specialist qualifications in Oral Medicine, also from the University of Sydney in 1998. He also holds Memberships (by examination) in Special Needs Dentistry and Oral Medicine from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburg and Fellowships in Oral Medicine (by examination) from the Faculty of Dentistry, Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland (FFD RCSI (Oral Med) and Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons (FRACDS (Oral Med). He is the current Convenor/Coordinator of the specialist-training program in Oral Medicine of the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Sydney. Mark is a Staff Specialist in Oral Medicine, Department of Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology and Special Needs Dentistry at Westmead Hospital.

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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

NZACD Auckland Study Group Meeting
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry

Community Dentistry Dental Education Dental Implants Dental Materials Dental Sciences Dental Technology General Dentistry Micro Dentistry Restorative Dentistry

Auckland
13 Oct 2020
19:00 - 21:00 (2 hrs)

Dr Clarence Tam
Lecture Peer Contact

TOPIC: Minimally Invasive, Maximally Esthetic V2.0 Lecture Synopsis: Our quest to mimic nature has driven technology to develop tools that not only hone our eye in both direct and indirect smile design, it has given us the ability to plan with the end in mind. This concept of Responsible Esthetics allows three-dimensionally-guided, biomimetic dentistry to be performed by the modern cosmetic dentist.…

TOPIC: Minimally Invasive, Maximally Esthetic V2.0 Lecture Synopsis: Our quest to mimic nature has driven technology to develop tools that not only hone our eye in both direct and indirect smile design, it has given us the ability to plan with the end in mind. This concept of Responsible Esthetics allows three-dimensionally-guided, biomimetic dentistry to be performed by the modern cosmetic dentist. Cutting edge techniques ranging from resin infiltration, complex layering to prep substrate decontamination for maximal resin shear bond strengths in indirect cementation will be discussed. Learning Outcomes: 1. The attendee will develop critical aesthetic analytical skills in planning complex anterior restorative dentistry. 2. The attendee will review a non-invasive protocol for treatment of white spots and incisor hypo-mineralization, as well as the sequence for staging different treatment options. 3. The attendee will review the use of GICs as bulk dentin replacements and how to maximise their benefits using a modified dentin preparation protocol. 4. The attendee will learn how to use tints and effects to make their composite layered restorations pop. 5. The attendee will review a cementation protocol that will eliminate contamination and reduce bond strengths by various homeostatic agents. Further event information

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Dr Clarence Tam

Clarence is originally from Toronto, Canada, where she completed her Doctor of Dental Surgery and General Practice Residency at the University of Western Ontario and the University of Toronto. Clarence's practice is limited to cosmetic and restorative dentistry. She is well-published to both the local and international dental press, writing articles, reviewing and developing prototype products and techniques in clinical dentistry. She is an often-sought-after lecturer internationally. Clarence is currently one of only two individuals in Australasia to hold Board-Certified Accredited Member Status with the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. Clarence is a Key Opinion Leader for multinational dental companies Kuraray Noritake, J Morita Corp, Hu-Friedy, Henry Schein, Ivoclar Vivadent, Dentsply Sirona, Kerr, GC Australasia, SDI, Coltene, Triodent and is the only Voco Fellow in Australia and New Zealand. She holds Fellowship status with the International Academy for DentoFacial Aesthetics and sits on the Board of Smiles For the Pacific, an educational trust and charity for dental professional development across the South Pacific.

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

Infection Prevention and Control - Achieving Best Practice
ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development

Infection Control

ST LEONARDS NSW 2065
14 Oct 2020
09:00 - 16:30 (6.5 hrs)

Kylie Robb
Lecture

This course has been updated to reflect the soon to be released ADA’s Guidelines for Infection Prevention and Control 4th Ed. (2020) and NSW Health’s updated advice on COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) compliance continues to be a priority in NSW. More than ever the Australian health care consumer expects a safe visit to the dentist. We know the dental profession trusts ADA NSW to…

This course has been updated to reflect the soon to be released ADA’s Guidelines for Infection Prevention and Control 4th Ed. (2020) and NSW Health’s updated advice on COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) compliance continues to be a priority in NSW. More than ever the Australian health care consumer expects a safe visit to the dentist. We know the dental profession trusts ADA NSW to distil vast amounts of dynamic information into sensible and manageable action based implementation strategies to achieve best practice. Our reputation for delivering innovative IPC education that is contemporary, concise and accurate has seen over 1650 people attend this course. This is a constantly evolving course that reflects the dynamic landscape of IPC and is structured around our performance based data from over 150 IPC reviews. The purpose of this course is to deliver high value and high impact quality improvement opportunities that reflect contemporary IPC best practice. This course is suitable for all registered dental practitioners, Australian Dental Council candidates, prosthetists, dental practice teams, industry and product representatives and consumer advocates. Topics include Defining the key Infection Prevention and Control areas Healthcare consumer expectations and how to manage them Revealing what affects compliance and team performance Learn when transmission-based precautions would apply How to complete a steriliser log Demystify steriliser testing and indicator use Spaulding classification and why this makes all the difference Objective approach to Batch Control Identification Confidence with storage of instruments and managing the environment PPE vs Uniform – what is the difference Sterilising room – the top areas of opportunity Endodontics, the lab, and handpieces – give me the facts Learning Objectives Gain knowledge and confidence to make risk based IPC decisions Understand the common grey areas – and make them black and white Objectively review the status quo with confidence of what best practice can look like Be informed of the multitude of resources available to achieve IPC confidence Clarify regulations that apply to an office based dental practice Understand what IPC requirements are related to accreditation Understand what contemporary hand hygiene principles involve and how to apply them in a dental practice Practical advice about what to do back at the practice Articulate what the latest documents and information you are supposed to have available Further event information

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Kylie Robb

Kylie is ADA NSW’s Practice Services Manager and has been instrumental in advocating for best practice in infection control standards while promoting the benefits of accreditation to hundreds of practice teams in Australia. She is a Director on the Australasian College for Infection Prevention and Control’s Executive Council, has a Master of Health Services Management in Clinical Leadership from the University of Technology, Sydney, is a Credentialed Infection Control Professional – Primary and is Conjoint Lecturer for Newcastle University among many achievements. Kylie is a popular speaker, having presented her IPC course over 50 times across Australia. In 2019, Kylie was selected as a member of the coveted Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America’s International Ambassador Program.

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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

Planning Essential
ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development

General Dentistry Patient Management Special Needs

ST LEONARDS NSW 2065
14 Oct 2020
09:00 - 16:00 (6 hrs)

Dr Wayne Sherson
Hands On

A hands-on workshop in developing, presenting and implementing treatment plans for moderately complex cases in general practice Treatment planning plays an essential role in gaining valid informed consent. It is a skill that challenges many dentists in private practice by posing difficulties with both clinical and administrative case management. Too often the time constraints of a busy practice rather…

A hands-on workshop in developing, presenting and implementing treatment plans for moderately complex cases in general practice Treatment planning plays an essential role in gaining valid informed consent. It is a skill that challenges many dentists in private practice by posing difficulties with both clinical and administrative case management. Too often the time constraints of a busy practice rather than case needs determine how much (or little) treatment planning is done. Further event information

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Dr Wayne Sherson

Dr Wayne Sherson is in private general dental practice in inner city Sydney. He received his BDS with Distinction from University of Otago in 1984 and completed his Master of Science in Dentistry (Pros) at the University of Sydney in 1992. He is currently an adjunct lecturer at Charles Sturt University involved with the Post Graduate Diploma in Implant Dentistry and has previously held positions at the University of Sydney as a lecturer in undergraduate prosthodontics and the United Dental Hospital in periodontal research. His areas of interest include, complex treatment planning, implant treatment, and multi disciplinary management of patients with systemic health issues that affect oral health. Dr Sherson is currently involved in presenting several CPD programs on dental implant treatment, complex treatment planning and systemic health with a number of DML presentations available for viewing on the ADA Federal body’s website.

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

Implant Live Module 3
RIPE Global

Dental Education Dental Implants General Dentistry Other Live Patient

Bargara
15 Oct 2020 - 17 Oct 2020
08:00 - 22:00 (30 hrs)

Dr Lincoln Harris
Hands On

Join here: https://restoringexcellence.com.au/interest-implant-live/ * Limited to 9 Dentists for LIVE PATIENT surgery * Treat patients in our surgery in Bargara * Lecture sessions, one-on one mentoring including case planning ​* Hands-on sessions - working on soft tissue models, implant models or pig jaws * BioHorizons Implant Starter Package valued at $11,162.88 - used during course. Kit includes;…

Join here: https://restoringexcellence.com.au/interest-implant-live/ * Limited to 9 Dentists for LIVE PATIENT surgery * Treat patients in our surgery in Bargara * Lecture sessions, one-on one mentoring including case planning ​* Hands-on sessions - working on soft tissue models, implant models or pig jaws * BioHorizons Implant Starter Package valued at $11,162.88 - used during course. Kit includes; implants, surgical kit, prosthetic kit and torque wrench * Aesculap Soft Tissue Instrument Kit valued at $1,800.00 - used during course * Registration includes 3 x 3 day modules (February, June and October 2020) * 3 group dinners - 1 per module * Morning / afternoon tea and lunch daily * 12 months access to RE Academy - Clinical Excellence * 12 months access to private mentoring group * 12 month payment plans * Sold in AUD * Working with Australian Dentists on live patients under Australian guidelines in an ethical environment Further event information

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Dr Lincoln Harris

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 has also lectured in multiple cities throughout Australia, North America, Asia, Singapore, United Kingdom and Europe.

Venue

Organisers

RIPE Global
Unit 4/16 See Street
Bargara
4670
Australia

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

Modern Techniques in Post and Core
ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development

Endodontics

ST LEONARDS NSW 2065
15 Oct 2020
09:00 - 16:30 (6.5 hrs)

Dr Chris Moule
Hands On

This hands-on course will cover the fundamental principles of post and core systems. Endodontically treated teeth are vulnerable to failure through fracture and microbial leakage. The goal of treatment of pulpally involved teeth is to maintain function and aesthetics for as long as possible.

This hands-on course will cover the fundamental principles of post and core systems. Endodontically treated teeth are vulnerable to failure through fracture and microbial leakage. The goal of treatment of pulpally involved teeth is to maintain function and aesthetics for as long as possible. Further event information

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Dr Chris Moule

Chris Moule is a specialist prosthodontist and practices in Sydney CBD. He completed his undergraduate training at the University of Melbourne and graduated with first class Honours. After working for several years in regional general dental practice, he moved to Sydney and completed a Doctorate in Clinical Dentistry in Prosthodontics in 2012. Chris is a former President of the Australian Prosthodontic Society (NSW branch) and has a Membership of the Royal Australian College of Dental Surgeons (Prosthodontics). He teaches clinical prosthodontics at the University of Sydney

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

Principles of Guided Surgery - Treatment Planning, Surgery & Immediate temporisation
Biomet Australia Pty Ltd trading as Zimmer Biomet Dental

Dental Implants

Auckland CBD 1010
16 Oct 2020
08:00 - 16:00 (7 hrs)

Dr Brian D Whitley, MDS, FRACDS (OMS)
Lecture

At the completion of the program, participants should be able to:  Learn new ways to manage the treatment planning and communication between the surgeon, referral and lab  Become familiar with a comprehensive guided surgery system that is based on the aesthetic tooth position and facilitates the ability to provide a provisional restoration at the time of surgery  Surgical planning from CBCT…

At the completion of the program, participants should be able to:  Learn new ways to manage the treatment planning and communication between the surgeon, referral and lab  Become familiar with a comprehensive guided surgery system that is based on the aesthetic tooth position and facilitates the ability to provide a provisional restoration at the time of surgery  Surgical planning from CBCT all the way to temp abutment - prior to surgery utilising the Navigator lab kit  Understand how advancements in the industry have led to greater efficiencies and improved accuracy through digital workflows & how Bone augmentation can be reduced, in conjunction with guided implant placement.

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Dr Brian D Whitley, MDS, FRACDS (OMS)

Dr Whitley graduated BSc from the University of Canterbury, majoring in Zoology, in 1979. In 1983, he graduated BDS from the University of Otago. 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 completed the specialist qualification FRACDS (OMS) in July 1992. 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 25 years’ experience in surgical implant dentistry. 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. Brian is a Fellow of the International College of Dental Surgeons (FICD) and in 2017 was awarded the prestigious “Colleague of the Year Award “by the New Zealand Dental Surgeons Association.

Venue

Sofitel Auckland Viaduct Harbour
21 Viaduct Harbour Avenue

Organisers

Biomet Australia Pty Ltd trading as Zimmer Biomet Dental
Suite 5, Level 8
15 Talavera Road
Macquarie Park
2113
Australia

Ema Filimoto
T: 61 298 554444
E: [email protected]
W: www.zimmerbiometdental.com