How do your composites look?
New Zealand Dental Assoc.

Restorative Dentistry

Nelson
29 Jun 2018
13:00 - 17:00 (3.5 hrs)

Dr Dylan Yung, BDS
Hands On Peer Contact

ONLINE ENROLMENT

How do your composites look? Are you interested in a simple, efficient technique to enhance your restorations? Style Italiano is a worldwide movement centred on simplifying the creation of beautiful composite restorations. Rather than focusing on complicated layering techniques and multiple colours, the Style Italiano philosophy involves using simple recipes of just two shades to create beautiful restorations…

How do your composites look? Are you interested in a simple, efficient technique to enhance your restorations? Style Italiano is a worldwide movement centred on simplifying the creation of beautiful composite restorations. Rather than focusing on complicated layering techniques and multiple colours, the Style Italiano philosophy involves using simple recipes of just two shades to create beautiful restorations which can be reproduced by dentists at all skill levels. Dr Dylan Yung in association with NZDA & 3M are delighted to provide an afternoon hands-on course to further understand & perform the Style Italiano technique as highlighted by Assoc. Professor Vargas at last years NZDA Conference. You will learn the following key components to successful anterior restorations: – Shade Selection – Cavity Design – Controlled Thickness Layering Technique – Finishing & Polishing

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Speaker

Dr Dylan Yung, BDS

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

Trailways Hotel
66 Trafalgar Street

Organisers

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

Alaina Mountain
T: 09 579 8001
E: alaina@nzda.org.nz
W: NZDA.org.nz

Are you getting the best endodontic results? SEMINAR
New Zealand Dental Assoc.

Endodontics

Wellington
4 Jul 2018
09:30 - 17:30 (3 hrs)

Dr Peter Cathro
Lecture

ONLINE ENROLMENT

Endodontics can be a technically demanding aspect of dentistry. However, with the continued advancement of technology, the predictability of treatment can be enhanced, along with your enjoyment in providing it. Case selection often involves pulpal and restorative considerations. A systematic diagnostic protocol to help determine restorability and success will be presented and include the management…

Endodontics can be a technically demanding aspect of dentistry. However, with the continued advancement of technology, the predictability of treatment can be enhanced, along with your enjoyment in providing it. Case selection often involves pulpal and restorative considerations. A systematic diagnostic protocol to help determine restorability and success will be presented and include the management of difficult cases. The aim of this seminar is to provide participants with an update on the latest advancements with a focus on irrigation regimes. Peter will outline techniques to improve: – Emergency endodontic treatment – Endodontic access and canal location – Negotiation to the apical foramen - including strategies to overcome calcified canals – Root canal length determination & how to optimise the accuracy of the electronic apex locator – Microbial control techniques - chemo mechanical preparation of the root canal system – Obturation with continuous wave of condensation using the Elements Free Obturation System. – Safe and efficient irrigation using EndoVac Pure - a negative pressure system

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Speaker

Dr Peter Cathro

Upon completion of his specialist training in Endodontics (1994), Peter worked as an endodontist in full time private practice in Melbourne and then in Auckland. Peter later took a position as a Senior Lecturer at Otago University before becoming Associate Professor and Head of Discipline at the University of Adelaide for seven years. In addition to teaching undergraduate and post-graduate students, Peter has lectured extensively at international conferences and given numerous endodontic hands-on courses throughout Australia, New Zealand and Asia. Peter has recently returned to Otago University and is an Associate Dean (Clinical) and has completed his PhD in microbiology. In addition, Peter maintains an academic appointment with the University of Adelaide as Adjunct Associate Professor. Peter is past president of the NZ endodontic society and is now editor of the NZ Endodontic Journal and a reviewer for three other journals.

Venue

West Plaza Hotel
110 Wakefield Street

Organisers

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

Alaina Mountain
T: 09 579 8001
E: alaina@nzda.org.nz
W: NZDA.org.nz

Are you getting the best endodontic results? HANDS-ON
New Zealand Dental Assoc.

Endodontics

Wellington
4 Jul 2018
13:30 - 17:00 (3 hrs)

Dr Peter Cathro
Hands On Peer Contact

ONLINE ENROLMENT

Endodontics can be a technically demanding aspect of dentistry. However, with the continued advancement of technology, the predictability of treatment can be enhanced, along with your enjoyment in providing it. Case selection often involves pulpal and restorative considerations. A systematic diagnostic protocol to help determine restorability and success will be presented and include the management…

Endodontics can be a technically demanding aspect of dentistry. However, with the continued advancement of technology, the predictability of treatment can be enhanced, along with your enjoyment in providing it. Case selection often involves pulpal and restorative considerations. A systematic diagnostic protocol to help determine restorability and success will be presented and include the management of difficult cases. The aim of this hands-on session is to put theory into practice. - Instrumentation: the use of hand & rotary files to negotiate to the working length and “machine” ideal preparations. - Obturation: the use of warm vertical condensation to facilitate numerous variations in obturation requirements. TO PARTICIPATE IN THE AFTERNOON HANDS-ON WORKSHOP, YOU MUST HAVE ATTENDED THE MORNING LECTURE SESSION.

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Speaker

Dr Peter Cathro

Upon completion of his specialist training in Endodontics (1994), Peter worked as an endodontist in full time private practice in Melbourne and then in Auckland. Peter later took a position as a Senior Lecturer at Otago University before becoming Associate Professor and Head of Discipline at the University of Adelaide for seven years. In addition to teaching undergraduate and post-graduate students, Peter has lectured extensively at international conferences and given numerous endodontic hands-on courses throughout Australia, New Zealand and Asia. Peter has recently returned to Otago University and is an Associate Dean (Clinical) and has completed his PhD in microbiology. In addition, Peter maintains an academic appointment with the University of Adelaide as Adjunct Associate Professor. Peter is past president of the NZ endodontic society and is now editor of the NZ Endodontic Journal and a reviewer for three other journals.

Venue

West Plaza Hotel
110 Wakefield Sreet

Organisers

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

Alaina Mountain
T: 09 579 8001
E: alaina@nzda.org.nz
W: NZDA.org.nz

Oral Sedation - a practical approach
New Zealand Dental Assoc.

Sedation

Christchurch
7 Jul 2018
09:00 - 16:30 (6.5 hrs)

Dr Graham Shaw, Dr Paul Templer & Dr Tania Stuart
Lecture Peer Contact

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Are you currently using oral sedation in your practice? Does your practice meet Practice Standards requirements?? The provision of dental care can at times be unpleasant for the patient receiving it. In addition to local anaesthesia, sedation techniques are available to make treatment more comfortable and more readily accepted by the patient. Aimed at those already using oral sedation within their…

Are you currently using oral sedation in your practice? Does your practice meet Practice Standards requirements?? The provision of dental care can at times be unpleasant for the patient receiving it. In addition to local anaesthesia, sedation techniques are available to make treatment more comfortable and more readily accepted by the patient. Aimed at those already using oral sedation within their practice, this interactive session will provide participants with an update on the requirements for safe delivery of oral sedation in dental practice. Referencing key elements from the NZDA Code of Practice – Sedation in dental practice, speakers will discuss what you need to know. Topics to be covered include: - Definition, role and application of minimal sedation - Code of practice requirements - Patient assessment - Pharmacology of oral and inhalational sedative agents - Sedation treatment planning (selecting a medication, dosage etc) and consent - Equipment requirements - Pulse oximetry, capnography, monitoring - AED - CoP requirements - Staff requirements and training - Administration of medications - Concerns and complications - Pitfalls - Recognising and managing medical emergencies - IV cannulation techniques and practice

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Speaker

Dr Graham Shaw, Dr Paul Templer & Dr Tania Stuart

Graham Shaw BDS Graham graduated from Otago in 1985. He is the founding owner of Jervois Dental in Herne Bay in Auckland and has been doing IV sedation since he graduated and is the President of the New Zealand Society for Sedation in Dentistry. Graham has been involved with teaching sedation since 2000. Paul Templer BHB MBChB FANZCA Consultant Anaesthetist at Dunedin and Mercy hospitals and member of the Dunedin hospital acute pain service (APS) Anaesthetist and member of the acute pain service Dunedin Hospital. Medical interests include ENT and Maxillo–facial anaesthesia, incident management, medical law, and disruptive physician behaviour. Many years of experience in delivering and teaching procedural IV sedation to medicine and dentistry. Tania Stuart BDS 1984 Otago, PGCertHealthSci Tania Stuart graduated in 1984 and has worked as a general dentist in a variety of settings: suburban, central city, rural and defence force. Practicing sedation since 2002 as an important adjunct to clinical practice, Tania is treasurer of the sedation society and interested in the future for dentists using sedation in New Zealand. She has a post graduate qualification in health care ethics.

Venue

Commodore Airport Hotel
449 Memorial Avenue

Organisers

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

Alaina Mountain
T: 09 579 8001
E: alaina@nzda.org.nz
W: NZDA.org.nz