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CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 2019

Welcome Welcome to the ADAVB Continuing Professional Development Handbook featuring a packed calendar of contemporary and quality CPD courses from March to June 2019. We’re bringing you an interesting mix of hands-on workshops and lectures across many relevant clinical topics. You will find courses delivered by reputable expert presenters suited to your needs wherever you are in your career for your ongoing professional learning.

What’s new? • CPD fees are now even more cost competitive and remain great value for money. In 2019, we have reduced fees across all courses without changing the quality and standard of the programs. Refer to the new fee schedule on page 38. • Discount bulk pricing when you register for two or more courses or attend with a colleague. Take up and enjoy the savings! • The half-day series including the Early Clinical Essential of short presentations are conveniently timed for you in the afternoons or evenings. Perfect for recent graduates and great refreshers for experienced dentists. • Appealing venues for you to enjoy, making your learning a memorable experience. Come along to experience what the venues have to offer. • New interstate presenters to learn from, many of whom were selected using your feedback and suggestions. Keep telling us what you would like to see for future courses.

End of the CPD triennium The current CPD triennium for all registered dental professionals to attain 60 CPD hours will end on 30 November 2019. Register early if you require more CPD hours for this triennium. This ADAVB CPD program is brought to you by the CPD Committee and the CPD Unit and we hope you enjoy the selection on offer. The July–November 2019 CPD Handbook will be available mid-year, and we look forward to seeing you at our 2019 CPD events.

CPD Committee

President’s Representatives

Dr Adam Keyes’Tilley – Chair

Dr Jeremy Sternson

Dr Wessam Atteya

Dr Caroline Ng

Dr Kate Burgess Dr Jacki Goode Dr Christina Jovanovic Dr Aaron Martin Dr Julie Savage Dr Alan Solomon Associate Professor Phillippe Zimet

Recent Graduates and Students Committee Representative Dr Nathan Phung Dr Emily Pow

ADAVB CPD Unit Ms Caroline Kaur Mr Colin Garland Ms Marisa Bachtiar

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Table of contents Al dente: Teeth, tortellini and tall tales........................................................................... 5 History of dentistry.......................................................................................................... 6 Bread and butter dentistry – early clinical essentials..................................................... 7 Financial and investment series – Module 3 Financial strategies in action........................................................................................... 8 Relative analgesia............................................................................................................ 9 Compliance matters and dental records......................................................................... 10

Half Day

CPR and medical emergencies........................................................................................ 11 Keeping up with periodontics......................................................................................... 12 Exiting your practice and maximising your outcome..................................................... 14 How to buy or start a new dental practice..................................................................... 15

Full Day

The Young teeth............................................................................................................... 16 Post-operative pain following restoration...................................................................... 17 Frontiers in dentistry (regional)...................................................................................... 18

Workshop

CPD and wine-tasting night............................................................................................. 20 Frontiers in dentistry (metropolitan) ............................................................................. 22 Prevention and cure: How to avoid endodontic misadventure and management tips for when it occurs.............................................................................. 24 Resin bonded bridges – masterclass............................................................................... 25 Laboratory workshop...................................................................................................... 26 Endodontics: From access to apex.................................................................................. 27 2x

The endodontic retreat: An endodontic efficiency intensive......................................... 28 Hypomineralisation and hypoplasia – diagnosis, challenges and management........... 30 Teeth versus conventional bridges versus implants....................................................... 31 Soft tissue management around implants..................................................................... 32

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Infection control updates and mindfulness – health and wellbeing.............................. 34 Fees chart........................................................................................................................ 36 Registration form / Tax Invoice........................................................................................ 37 Terms and conditions...................................................................................................... 38


Al dente: Teeth, tortellini and tall tales

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Al dente: Teeth, tortellini and tall tales

Enjoy an afternoon with leading sports doctor Peter Brukner OAM talking about the impact of nutrition on our health, followed by an evening dinner curated by dentists and former MasterChef contestants Paula Bacchia and Matt Hopcraft. They will also provide a cooking demonstration hosted by MasterChef winner Emma Dean.

Cooking demonstration

Peter Brukner OAM is a leading sports and exercise physician

Matt Hopcraft

who was the Australian Cricket

ADAVB CEO, MasterChef 2015 contestant, cookbook author and a campaigner for SugarFree Smiles.

team doctor from 2012 to 2017. He founded Sugar By Half to advocate for healthy eating and sugar reduction,

Paula Bacchia

and recently published a nutrition book Fat Lot of Good.

Dentist, MasterChef 2013 contestant and author of two cookbooks.

We are getting fatter and sicker. What are we doing about it?

Emma Dean

Over the past 40 years, we have become steadily

2013 MasterChef Winner, cookbook author and TV presenter of My Market Kitchen.

fatter and sicker. Now 70 per cent of Australian men are overweight or obese, as are more than half of Australian women and more than a quarter of children. There are nearly two million diabetics in this country and the incidence of many chronic diseases is steadily increasing. Why has this CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 2019 occurred? How are we going to turn things around?

Special food and wine event

2 CPD Hours

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Date Time Venue

Friday 15 March 2019

RSVP

Friday 8 March

Limit

40

Fees

Member $99 Non Member $125

3:00pm–9:00pm Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre 1 Convention Centre Place South Wharf, VIC 3006

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Step into History of dentistry the

history of dentistry

in a night at the Melbourne Museum

Associate Professor Mark Evans

Part I: The History of Dentistry in Victoria Part II: The Melbourne Metro Tunnel Archaeological Dig – Uncovering Melbourne’s Dental History This two-part lecture will give an overview of the significant events, people and places related to the history of dentistry in Victoria. It will also give a never before seen account of the Melbourne Metro Tunnel archaeological dig which has uncovered an unprecedented treasure trove of artefacts related to dentistry in the heart of Melbourne. The finds have created huge opportunities for research, which is unprecedented in Australia. At the end of this session, participants will be able to: • Appreciate the rich history of our profession in Victoria • Appreciate how the profession has changed over the years • Understand how modern archaeology functions in tandem with large infrastructure projects • Recognise the research potential of the finds from the Melbourne Metro Tunnel dig

EVENT DETAILS Thursday 21 March 2019 Melbourne Museum 11 Nicholson Street, Carlton 2:30pm - 9:00pm ADA member fee $55.00 Non-ADA member fee $75.00

WHAT IS INCLUDED Sit down three-course dinner and drinks 1.5 hours of viewing time at Melbourne Museum Proudly sponsored by


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Bread and butter dentistry – early clinical essentials CPD

3 Scientific Hours

Date: Time: Venue: Format: RSVP by:

Half Day Fees (GST inclusive)

Wednesday 27 March 2019

ADAVB member

$180

6:00pm – 9:15pm BOQ Specialist Level 49, 120 Collins Street, Melbourne VIC 3000 Lecture

ADAVB member – recent graduate

$120

Non-ADAVB member

$310

Non-ADAVB member – recent graduate

$180

Monday 18 March 2019

Say YES to my treatment plan Dr Elizabeth Milford Effective treatment plans are owned by dentist and patient equally. Obtain practical guidance to help you determine whether your patient truly understands and agrees with your expert advice.

Presenters Dr Elizabeth Milford

At the end of this session, participants will be able to: • • • •

Understand the role of empathy in communication Harness the wisdom our patients bring Use techniques to test patient understanding Create treatment plans based on shared goals.

Finding MB2 Dr Michael Yoon Performing molar endodontics predictably is one of the great challenges in dentistry. One of the key stumbling blocks is the MB2 canal. There is little doubt that treatment outcomes can suffer from ignoring its existence. Obtain the facts and clinical tips to help locate and manage the MB2 canal of maxillary molars. At the end of this session, participants will be able to: • Understand the prevalence of the MB2 canal in first molars • Better locate and manage MB2 canals • Understand the consequences of not treating MB2 canals.

Cracked tooth syndrome Dr Graham Woolley Cracked tooth syndrome (CTS) continues to stimulate interest because it is quite prevalent, yet difficult to diagnose. The symptoms of CTS resemble those of several common dental conditions, so its diagnosis must be arrived at through a process of elimination. In addition, many of the factors that predispose to CTS are quite insidious and hard to identify. Gain practical advice on the most effective ways to diagnose and treat CTS. At the end of this session, participants will be able to: • • • •

Identify factors that predispose towards CTS Stabilise CTS Choose appropriate materials to restore teeth with CTS Construct reliable extracoronal restorations for CTS.

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Dr Michael Yoon

Dr Graham Woolley

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Financial and investment series – Module 3 Financial strategies in action CPD Date: Time: Venue: Format: RSVP by:

3 Non-Scientific Hours

Half Day Fees (GST inclusive)

Wednesday 27 March 2019

ADAVB member

FREE

5:30pm – 8:30pm ADAVB Meeting Room Level 3, 10 Yarra Street, South Yarra VIC 3141 Lecture

ADAVB member – recent graduate

FREE

Monday 18 March 2019

Brief

Non-ADAVB member

$55

Non-ADAVB member – recent graduate

$55

Presenters

Financial literacy is the ability to make informed judgements and effective decisions regarding the use and management of money. In today’s world of increasingly complex financials decisions, financial literacy is considered a vital skill. This series give you the key financial skills and understanding to manage your money with confidence and make informed decisions for your personal life and career.

Mr Ezio Nania Managing Director, Moneywise

Topics • • • •

Economic trends and investment markets Latest superannuation strategies Sharemarket investment strategies Dental Practice acquisition/investment – key considerations including tax and loans.

Mr Chris Matlock

General Manager, Moneywise

At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to: • Understand market trends to be able to make informed financial decisions • Understand the benefits and pitfalls of sharemarket and superannuation investment strategies • Know what you must consider buying or investing in practice.

Tailored for recent graduates and experienced dentists but open to all members

Proudly supported by

Free Pizzas

Mr David Giles Senior Tax Accountant, Moneywise

Ms Emma Brookes


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Relative analgesia CPD Date: Time: Venue: Format: RSVP by:

Workshop

6 Scientific Hours

Fees (GST inclusive)

Friday 29 March 2019

ADAVB member

$880

8:30am – 4:00pm ADAVB Meeting Rooms Level 3, 10 Yarra Street, South Yarra, VIC 3141 Workshop

ADAVB member – recent graduate

$610

Wednesday 20 March 2019

Limit:

20

Brief This course will enable participants to become proficient and confident in the administration of nitrous oxide in clinical practice. Approved by the Australian Society of Dental Anaesthesiology (ASDA), the course provides an introduction to the use of relative analgesia (RA) in dental practice. It is also an excellent refresher for dentists wishing to update their knowledge and practical skills in the delivery of RA. Participants will be given the opportunity to administer nitrous oxide sedation to each other, and to experience the effects themselves in a safe environment.

Topics • • • •

Practical application of the use of RA on patients Usage of RA armamentarium Appropriate maintenance and sterilisation of equipment Indications and contra-indications of relative analgesia.

At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to: • • • •

Understand the legal requirements for the use of RA Understand the indications, limitations and advantages of using RA Use RA properly Appropriately bill for RA procedures.

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Non-ADAVB member

$1,440

Non-ADAVB member – recent graduate

$960

Presenters Dr Angelo Preketes

Dr Robert Turnbull

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Compliance matters and dental records CPD Date: Time: Venue: Format: RSVP by:

3 Scientific Hours Friday 5 April 2019 and Friday 20 September 2019 9:00am – 12:30pm ADAVB Meeting Rooms Level 3, 10 Yarra Street, South Yarra VIC 3141 Lecture Wednesday 27 March 2019 and Wednesday 11 September 2019

Half Day Fees (GST inclusive) ADAVB member

$180

ADAVB member – recent graduate

$120

Non-ADAVB member

$310

Non-ADAVB member – recent graduate

$180

Dental hygienist or oral health therapists

$100

Dental staff

Compliance Matters Sharon McMillian and Teresa Davine ADAVB Practice Plus Consultants Teresa Davine and Sharon McMillan will outline some of your basic compliance obligations within the dental practice and provide you with practical ways to meet these obligations. You will come away with checklists, protocols and audit tools to assist you to identify areas of risk to improve patient safety and quality.

$55

Presenters Sharon McMillian

At the end of this session, participants will be able to: • Identify areas of compliance within the dental practice, including key legislation and policy documents • Apply checklists, protocols and audit tools to identify and reduce risk • Implement strategies for monitoring incidents and risk.

Teresa Davine

Dental Records Dr Eryn Agnew Dental records are not only a requirement by law [state and federal] but also assumed under Professional Standards. They are like house insurance – you really need them when there is a fire or flood [in dental cases when you have a claim or complaint] and they are what let dentists down when defending a claim or complaint. There is an old legal saying: Good records = good defence; poor records = no defence. At the end of this session, participants will be able to: • Review the expected minimum standards the DBA has set and what may facilitate you meeting these standards • Identify common errors and omissions in record keeping • Understand how good clinical care can go bad when records let you down.

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Dr Eryn Agnew


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CPR and medical emergencies CPD Date: Time: Venue: Format: RSVP by: Limit:

3 Scientific Hours

Half Day Fees (GST inclusive)

Friday 5 April or Friday 8 November 2019

ADAVB member

$88

1:30pm – 5:00pm ADAVB Meeting Rooms Level 3, 10 Yarra Street, South Yarra VIC 3141 Workshop Wednesday 27 March or Wednesday 30 October 2019 20

ADAVB member – recent graduate

$88

Brief Participants will gain or refresh their skills and knowledge in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) with an emphasis on emergencies occurring in the dental environment. Knowledge will include current guidelines from the Australian Resuscitation Council and the 2015 International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCoR) guidelines specific to dentistry.

Topics Participants will review the process to assess a sick or collapsed person receiving dental care, including: • Management of an unconscious person • Recognition and management of anaphylaxis and adrenaline auto-injector practical skills • Use of an automated external defibrillator.

Non-ADAVB member

$120

Non-ADAVB member – recent graduate

$120

Presenter Mr Ian Cash


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Keeping up with periodontics CPD Date: Time: Venue: Format: RSVP by:

6 Scientific Hours

Full Day Fees (GST inclusive)

Saturday 6 April 2019

ADATas member

$440

9:00am – 5:00pm RACV/RACT Hobart Apartment Hotel 154-156 Collins Street, Hobart, TAS 7000 Lecture/Workshop

ADATas member – recent graduate

$240

Non-ADATas member

$700

Non-ADATas member – recent graduate

$320

Friday 29 March 2019

The aim of the course is to refresh and update participants on current developments in periodontics as well as add to their knowledge and clinical skills.

Presenters

The areas covered will be socket sreservation, periodontal systemic interrelationships, current concepts in soft tissue augmentation, tips and tricks for everyday clinic practice as well as the introduction to the new periodontal classification system (2018).

Professor Ivan Darby

There will be a pre-clinical hands-on component on socket preservation to allow practitioners to incorporate this modality into everyday practice.

Learning outcomes

Dr Raymond Chan

At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to: • Understand the indications of ridge augmentation and implement this in practice • Understand perio systemic interrelationships and soft tissue augmentation • Implement the clinical tips for everyday practice and understand the new periodontal classification system.

Periodontal medicine: chronic disease and ONJ

Dr Melinda Newnham

Dr Melinda Newnham Many Australians are adversely affected by both periodontal disease and chronic illnesses. The interrelationships between these conditions are complex and are often challenging to manage in daily dental practice. At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to: • Identify the interrelationships between chronic disease and periodontitis • Gain insight into the risk of ONJ in periodontal patients • Identify treatment strategies for medically compromised patients in daily practice.

Dr Emma Megson

Gingival recession – a clinical update Dr Raymond Chan Gingival recession is a common finding in our patients and can contribute to impaired oral hygiene, root caries, compromised aesthetics, dentinal hypersensitivity and in extreme cases, tooth loss. This presentation provides a practical guide to the assessment and diagnosis of mucogingival deformities and common treatment modalities involved in the treatment of gingival recession defects. At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to: • Diagnose gingival recession defects • Recognise predisposing and precipitating factors for gingival recession defects • Understand different treatment modalities for gingival recession defects.

Moderator Dr Alex du Bois


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Ridge preservation and implant complications Professor Ivan Darby Management of the alveolar bone is crucial for long-term implant success. This begins with a thorough assessment and planning of the patient and an understanding of the healing of the socket. At the time of extraction teeth should be removed with minimally traumatic extraction techniques and ridge preservation used to maintain bone volume and to ensure as much of the roughened surface is covered after insertion. At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to: • Understand how ridge preservation works and the outcomes • Understand the biological complications around implants • Understand how good planning can minimise complications.

Hands on – socket preservation Professor Ivan Darby This session will provide exposure to minimally traumatic extraction techniques, placement of graft materials into the socket and suturing to hold the membrane/ matrix in place. At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to: • Undertake ridge preservation • Understand the use of periotomes • Use horizontal crossover mattress sutures for extraction sockets.

Clinical tips for everyday use Dr Emma Megson Emma will discuss a variety of common clinical issues that arise in everyday practice and how to manage these situations more effectively. Topics will include instrument choice, the impact of occlusion of periodontal disease, anxious patients, oral hygiene, decision making regarding maintenance intervals, communication and troubleshooting implants and loose teeth. At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to: • Be more confident in managing periodontitis patients • Implement a more systematic approach to periodontal assessment and treatment • Consider alternative treatment options.

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Exiting your practice and maximising your outcome CPD

6 Non-Scientific Hours

Date: Time: Venue:

Friday 10 May 2019

Format: RSVP by:

Full Day

Fees (GST inclusive) Fee for all

$200

9:00am – 5:00pm ADAVB Meeting Rooms Level 3, 10 Yarra Street, South Yarra VIC 3141 Lecture Wednesday 1 May 2019

Brief When it’s time to sell their practice, many dentists make decisions poorly due to a lack of knowledge and understanding of the impact of the choices being made. Many would-be sellers delay putting their practice on the market as they don’t know what to do next and are afraid of a loss of their identity. Others put their practice on the market with little understanding of the value of what they are selling. This course explains the steps involved and how to prepare your practice for sale to optimise the result in price, terms and compatibility with the purchaser. At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to: • Identify their likely exit strategy and buyer profile • Understand the processes and steps involved in a sale • Identify changes they can make to their practice to make it easier to sell and more attractive to buy • Understand the legal agreements and complexities involved in the sale of a dental practice.

Topics • 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 to manage the transition to retirement) • Valuing your practice – what is the value in your dental practice and how to quantify the value • Legal agreements • Effective strategies for transferring patients effectively from seller to buyer • What to do post sale – volunteer dentistry, locum, structure working part time or just retire? • Understanding what you are selling • Accountant considerations of exit planning – how do you prepare your accounts for sale and tax implications of the sale • Valuing your practice – what is the value in your dental practice and how to quantify the value.

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Presenters Mr Simon Palmer

Practice Sales Search

Mr Mark Fitzgerald Meridian Lawyers

Mr Albert Gigl MW Partners


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How to buy or start a new dental practice CPD Date: Time: Venue: Format: RSVP by:

3 Non-Scientific Hours

Half Day Fees (GST inclusive)

Saturday 11 May 2019

ADAVB member

$58

1:00pm – 5:00pm ADAVB Meeting Rooms Level 3, 10 Yarra Street, South Yarra VIC 3141 Lecture

ADAVB member – recent graduate

$58

Thursday 2 May 2019

Brief Learn from industry experts how to get ready to start your own practice. Headlined by Albert Gigl, Principal at MW Partners – Specialist Dental Accountants, this halfday session will cover the buying process including information required to make an informed decision on the value of the practice.

Non-ADAVB member

$101

Non-ADAVB member – recent graduate

$101

Presenters Mr Albert Gigl MW Partners

The day will feature several specialists who will ensure that you have an understanding of the main issues that confront a dentist getting into business for the first time. Dental structures will be explained to ensure that your practice is incorporated in the most tax efficient manner. A review of the advantages and disadvantages of buying compared with starting from scratch will also be discussed. Legal matters will be considered, including review of sale contracts, lease of premises and permits/licence requirements. Getting your finances in order and obtaining pre-approval will be discussed together with an explanation of loans, leases and lines of credit. Issues to consider when fitting out (or re-fitting) a practice will be identified, together with the importance of good design for efficiency as well as creating the appropriate ambience in the practice. The session will be rounded off with instruction on the different ways to market your practice effectively.

Mr Simon Palmer

Practice Sales Search

Mr Ray Smart Oracle Dental Design

At the conclusion of this session participants will be able to: • • • • • •

Understand the steps required to successfully buy or start a dental practice Have a basic understanding of how different dental structures operate Know what legal issues need to be considered when buying a dental practice Identify the features and benefits of different financing options Understand how to avoid costly mistakes when upgrading the practice fit-out Use various marketing techniques to grow the practice.

Mr Daniel McDonough

BOQ Specialist

Topics • • • • • •

The buying process Business structures Sales contracts and legal issues Finance and borrowing Practice fit-out Marketing.

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Mr Dallas Sather Lakeside Lawyers


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The Young teeth CPD Date: Time: Venue: Format: RSVP by:

3 Scientific Hours

Half Day Fees (GST inclusive)

Friday 17 May 2019

ADAVB member

$180

9:00am – 12:30pm Rydges Melbourne 186 Exhibition Street, Melbourne VIC 3000 Lecture

ADAVB member – recent graduate

$120

Non-ADAVB member

$310

Non-ADAVB member – recent graduate

$180

Wednesday 8 May 2019

MIH – an update

Professor David Manton Molar incisor hypomineralisation (MIH) affects around 15 per cent of the population, and one-third of those being severe. MIH can have profound effects on the prognosis of any restorative care provided for affected teeth and is related to sensitivity and dental anxiety. Appropriate early diagnosis and treatment planning is imperative to improve treatment outcomes. Diagnosis, treatment planning and recent research will be discussed. At the end of this session, participants will be able to: • Diagnose MIH and similar developmental defects • Create treatment plans for affected individuals • Understand how to provide restorative care for teeth with MIH • Be aware of recent research about MIH.

Presenters Professor David Manton

Dr Susan Hinckfuss

An update on restoring primary teeth

Dr Susan Hinckfuss New methods, materials and treatment options are changing patient expectations for restoration of primary teeth. Restoring the primary teeth involves different techniques and materials than restoring permanent teeth for successful treatment outcomes. This lecture will discuss the options for restoring primary teeth, advantages and disadvantages of various restorative materials and techniques and factors involved in diagnosis and treatment planning. At the end of this session, participants will be able to: • Identify how restoring primary teeth is different to restoring permanent teeth • Recognise new approaches to restoring primary teeth • Understand the advantages and disadvantages of various methods of restoring primary teeth • Choose the most appropriate restoration for a primary tooth.

Pulp therapies in primary and young permanent teeth

Dr Jane Lee Management of grossly carious or traumatised primary teeth is an important aspect of dental care in the paediatric population. The primary objective of pulp therapy is to maintain the health of the teeth and their supporting structures. When treating the young permanent dentition, the aim is to preserve the pulp to allow continuing apexogenesis. It is essential that clinicians are trained and skilled in selecting and undertaking the most appropriate treatment for carious or traumatised primary teeth and young permanent teeth. At the end of this session, participants will be able to: • Diagnose pulpal status in primary and young permanent teeth • Identify teeth that may require pulp therapy • Understand how to perform a pulpotomy and pulpectomy • Recognise children who may benefit from pulp therapy.

Dr Jane Lee

One day, two courses. Attend morning or afternoon, or the full day

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Post-operative pain following restoration CPD Date: Time: Venue: Format: RSVP by:

3 Scientific Hours

Half Day Fees (GST inclusive)

Friday 17 May 2019

ADAVB member

$180

1:30pm – 5:00pm Rydges Melbourne 186 Exhibition Street, Melbourne VIC 3000 Lecture

ADAVB member – recent graduate

$120

Non-ADAVB member

$310

Non-ADAVB member – recent graduate

$180

Wednesday 8 May 2019

Material science – cement shrinkage, microleakage Dr Kunal Pandya There are many potential causes for post-restorative sensitivity. This lecture will provide participants with some techniques to minimise these risks. At the end of this session, participants will be able to:

Presenters Dr Kunal Pandya

• Modify their preparation techniques to reduce the risk of sensitivity • Properly use the appropriate cements and bonding agents for their restoration of choice to minimise the risk of sensitivity.

Prosthodontics – excursive occlusion, marginal fractures Dr Phil Yeung Post-operative pain following dental restoration can have numerous aetiologies. Determining the actual cause requires careful diagnosis to institute the correct management. This presentation will give a broad overview of potential causes for post-operative pain but concentrate mainly on potential occlusal factors.

Dr Phil Yeung

At the end of this session, participants will be able to: • Diagnose potential occlusal factors contributing to post-operative pain • Implement strategies to prevent and reduce the incidence of occlusal factors contributing to post-operative pain • Implement corrective procedures to alleviate occlusal causes of post-operative pain.

Dr Vijay John

Pulpitis post-restoration – reversible versus irreversible Dr Vijay John Pulpal complications can sometimes develop following what may otherwise be considered to be routine restorative management. This lecture will review the response of the pulpodentinal complex to restorative treatment, highlighted by some common scenarios encountered in clinical practice and their management. At the end of this session, participants will be able to: • Understand the role and the response of the pulpodentinal complex to restorative management and when to intervene endodontically • Diagnose and manage clinical scenarios with an understanding of patientcentred outcomes.

One day, two courses. Attend morning or afternoon, or the full day

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Frontiers in dentistry CPD Date: Time: Venue: Format: RSVP by:

Full Day

6 Scientific Hours Saturday 18 May 2019 – Regional Ballarat

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9:00am – 5:00pm RACV Goldfields Resort, 1500 Midland Highway, Creswick VIC 3363 Lecture

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Thursday 9 May 2019

Perforations – what is salvable and what is not? Dr Theodore Chan Latrogenic perforation of the tooth is a procedural error that can sometimes occur during root canal treatment. Perforations can occur at different stages of treatment and at different locations. They can involve the crown and/or root tooth structure, as well as the surrounding periodontium. When properly assessed and managed, endodontically-treated teeth with perforations can have a favourable prognosis.

Presenters Dr Theodore Chan

This lecture will focus on the various types of perforations, identify ways to minimise perforating a tooth during treatment, and the management and prognosis of perforations based on the best-available evidence.

I have broken files – what should I do?

Dr Michael Yoon

Dr Michael Yoon The dreaded moment when you realise that the file has fractured…what should you do next? What should you say? How should you say it? This presentation provides advice to the clinician to help deal with this difficult situation. At the end of this session, participants will be able to: • Understand how file fractures occur • Determine what to DO and what to SAY after a file has been fractured.

Dr Andrei Locke

Recession defects – should I be considering grafting? Dr Andrei Locke The session will explore gingival recession – risk factors, defect assessment management options, predictability of prognoses and limitations. At the end of this session, participants will be able to: • Identify and classify gingival recession • Understand mix options and limitations.

Socket preservation: Can I put an implant there? Dr Benedicta Wong Dental implant treatment is a successful treatment option widely used for replacing missing teeth. However, achieving a successful long-term outcome involves appropriate treatment planning even before a tooth is removed, beginning with case selection. This lecture provides an overview of implant site assessment, timing of implant placement in relation to tooth extraction and ridge preservation. At the end of this session, participants will be able to: • Assess the suitability of a site for implant placement • Identify the ideal timing for implant placement

Dr Benedicta Wong


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Fees (GST inclusive)

Registration Only

Registration & Dinner

Dinner Only

ADAVB member

$440

$508.25

$95

ADAVB member – recent graduate

$240

$318.25

$95

Non-ADAVB member

$700

$755.25

$95

Non-ADAVB member – recent graduate

$320

$394.25

$95

• Recognise when implant therapy may not be a suitable treatment option • Understand the benefits and limitations of ridge preservation • Recognise when ridge preservation is desirable and understand various methods available.

Orthodontic movements with clear aligners – what is feasible? Dr Vicki Vlaskalic With a focus on the Invisalign System, Dr Vlaskalic will outline the key elements of computer programmed sequential aligners and how to improve our clinical outcomes.

Presenters

Dr Vicki Vlaskalic

At the end of this session, participants will be able to: • Understand the steps involved in treating with computer programmed sequential aligners • Understand the mechanics of sequential aligner systems • Recognise the key elements of ClinCheck review process • Improve clinical outcomes • Understand the importance of retention regimens.

Extraction versus non-extraction treatment: planning the pros and cons Dr Jonathan Rooke Throughout the history of orthodontics, the rationale for the removal of teeth as part of treatment has been hotly debated. Over the years, the extraction rate within orthodontics has fluctuated widely. The trend of extraction and non-extraction treatment can almost be seen as hallmarks of each progressive era of the specialty. This presentation discusses orthodontic treatment planning and the extraction decision within modern orthodontics. At the end of this session, participants will be able to: • Recognise indications for tooth removal within modern orthodontics • Identify key aspects in the treatment planning process leading to the extraction decision • Diagnose features of a range of malocclusions which would, and conversely would not, lead to the removal of teeth as part of the orthodontic treatment plan • Understand the fundamentals of extraction and non-extraction treatment planning decisions.

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Dr Jonathan Rooke


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CPD and wine-tasting night

CPD and wine-tasting night

Things that go bump in the mouth ... A collection of intriguing anecdotes from the world of oral medicine: •

A wolf in sheep’s clothing

The horse-sounding zebra

The answer in the bin

The ghost in my face

Hunting for parasites

The bite delusion

Dr Amrita Gokhale

Dr Tami Yap At the end of this session, participants will be able to: •

Appreciate the diversity of pathologies encountered in the oral cavity

Recognise the pitfalls of assuming diagnosis.

WHAT IS INCLUDED Two-hour CPD lecture Two-hour sommelier-hosted wine appreciation event with canapes

EVENT DETAILS Date: Thursday 30 May 2019 Where: Wine House 133 Queensbridge Street, Southbank Time: 5:00pm - 9:00pm Fee for all : $40

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ADAVB Member Price

$250 + GST

Non Member Price

ONLINE COURSE 2 CPD HOURS

Dental Records and Consent Course

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COURSE CONTENT The course covers all legislation relevant to dental records in Australia, where to find guidelines and resources to assist with meeting documentation obligations. Practical examples of record keeping applications in clinical practice are provided for clarity of expectations set out by legislation and guidelines.

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Poor dental records expose dentists and patients to risks. The Dental Records Course is the result of expert consensus on expectations for dental record keeping in Australia. Completion of the course is associated with 2-hours of scientific CPD credit and the course provides an interactive means by which dentists and dental team members can acquire important knowledge on the DBA’s dental record keeping requirements.

$300


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Frontiers in dentistry CPD Date: Time: Venue: Format: RSVP by:

6 Scientific Hours

Full Day Fees (GST inclusive)

Friday 31 May 2019 – Metropolitan

ADAVB member

$440

9:00am – 5:00pm RACV City Club 501 Bourke Street, Melbourne VIC 3000 Lecture

ADAVB member – recent graduate

$240

Non-ADAVB member

$700

Non-ADAVB member – recent graduate

$320

Wednesday 22 May 2019

Perforations – what is salvable and what is not?

Dr Mark Johnstone The lecture explores the causes of perforations during endodontic treatment, and prevention and management techniques. At the end of this session, participants will be able to:

Presenters Dr Mark Johnstone

• Understand the causes and ways to prevent perforations • Understand ways in which perforations can be managed.

I have broken files – what should I do?

Dr Michael Yoon The dreaded moment when you realise that the file has fractured…what should you do next? What should you say? How should you say it? This presentation provides advice to the clinician to help deal with this difficult situation.

Dr Michael Yoon

At the end of this session, participants will be able to: • Understand how file fractures occur • Determine what to DO and what to SAY after a file has been fractured.

Recession defects – should I be considering grafting?

Dr Andrei Locke

Dr Andrei Locke The session will explore gingival recession – risk factors, defect assessment management options, predictability of prognoses and limitations. At the end of this session, participants will be able to: • Identify and classify gingival recession • Understand mix options and limitations.

Socket preservation: Can I put an implant there?

Dr Benedicta Wong Dental implant treatment is a successful treatment option widely used for replacing missing teeth. However, achieving a successful long-term outcome involves appropriate treatment planning even before a tooth is removed, beginning with case selection. This lecture provides an overview of implant site assessment, timing of implant placement in relation to tooth extraction and ridge preservation. At the end of this session, participants will be able to: • • • • •

Assess the suitability of a site for implant placement Identify the ideal timing for implant placement Recognise when implant therapy may not be a suitable treatment option Understand the benefits and limitations of ridge preservation Recognise when ridge preservation is desirable and understand various methods available.

Dr Benedicta Wong


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Orthodontic movements with clear aligners – what is feasible? Dr Kip Homewood Clear aligners have been commercially available for twenty years. However, their results for a course of orthodontic care were less than ideal. Twenty years of research and millions of dollars have resulted in a vast improvement and a more predictable outcome.

Presenters Dr Kip Homewood

What can we achieve now for our patients? At the end of this session participants will be able to: • Identify treatment appropriate for aligner therapy • Understand a full orthodontic assessment is required • Recognise what tooth movement aligners cannot achieve.

Extraction versus non-extraction treatment: planning the pros and cons Dr Jonathan Rooke Throughout the history of orthodontics, the rationale for the removal of teeth as part of treatment has been hotly debated. Over the years, the extraction rate within orthodontics has fluctuated widely. The trend of extraction and non-extraction treatment can almost be seen as hallmarks of each progressive era of the specialty. This presentation discusses orthodontic treatment planning and the extraction decision within modern orthodontics. At the end of this session, participants will be able to: • Recognise indications for tooth removal within modern orthodontics • Identify key aspects in the treatment planning process leading to the extraction decision • Diagnose features of a range of malocclusions which would, and conversely would not, lead to the removal of teeth as part of the orthodontic treatment plan • Understand the fundamentals of extraction and non-extraction treatment planning decisions.

Proudly supported by

Dr Jonathan Rooke


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 This is an ADATas CPD course

Prevention and cure – how to avoid endodontic misadventure and management tips for when it occurs CPD Date: Time: Venue: Format: RSVP by:

6 Scientific Hours Saturday 8 June 2019 9:00am – 5:00pm Hotel Grand Chancellor Chancellor Room 6 1 Davey Street, Hobart TAS 7000 Lecture Thursday 30 May 2019

Topics • • • • •

Full Day

An update on endodontic radiography Pre-operative assessment and cracks Informed consent in endodontics Avoiding problems via good access Remedying misadventure

Fees (GST inclusive) ADATas member

$440

ADATas member – recent graduate

$240

Non-ADATas member

$700

Non-ADATas member – recent graduate

$320

Presenters Dr Mark Johnstone

At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to: • Better understand the factors influencing endodontic prognosis • Develop tips to better communicate with patients about endodontic therapy • Understand the causes of endodontic complications and ways to remedy misadventure.

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Dr Mehdi Rahimi


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Resin-bonded bridges – masterclass CPD Date: Time: Venue: Format: RSVP by:

Workshop

6 Scientific Hours Fees (GST inclusive)

Monday 17 June 2019 9:00am – 5:00pm Melbourne Dental School Melbourne Oral Health Training and Education Centre (MOHTEC), 723 Swanston Street, Carlton VIC 3053 Workshop Thursday 6 June 2019

Limit:

20

Brief Resin-bonded bridges have been extensively used to replace missing teeth for many years. Historically, problems with de-bonding of retainers led to the perception that they should only be used as temporary replacements. If, however, a few simple criteria are applied, these bridges can approach the success rates of dental implants. In this course, Melbourne prosthodontists will explain their philosophy through a series of lectures and hands-on exercises. Both the history and science of this technique will be presented. Delegates will have ample opportunity to converse with the presenters about treatment planning and execution of fixed tooth replacement in their patients. The hands-on exercises will follow the process from planning to delivery.

ADAVB member

$880

ADAVB member – recent graduate

$610

Non-ADAVB member

$1,440

Non-ADAVB member – recent graduate

$960

Presenters Dr Gordon Burt

Dr Gerry Clausen

At the end of this session, participants will be able to: • Recognise cases where adhesive bridgework would be an appropriate treatment option • Understand the parameters that are important in bridge design and clinical management • Perform the clinical procedures, including tooth preparation and impressions, required for adhesive bridge construction.

Dr Kunal Pandya

Dr Phil Yeung

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Laboratory workshop CPD Date: Time: Venue: Format: RSVP by:

6 Scientific Hours Saturday 29 June 2019 9:00am – 5:00pm The Dental Solution Australia, Level 1, 233 Collins Street, Melbourne 3000 Workshop Thursday 20 June 2019

For all dental professionals This workshop is designed to refresh the skills for key fundamental requirements of the dental laboratory. Gain further knowledge and detailed methodology of dental materials and equipment to produce predictable results.

Workshop Fees (GST inclusive) ADAVB member

$880

ADAVB member – recent graduate

$610

Non-ADAVB member

$1,440

Non-ADAVB member – recent graduate

$960

Dental assistants

$160

Presenters Greg Karabasis Dental Technician

At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to: • Successfully scan a patient using a digital scanner • Recognise the requirements of a digital scan • Successfully take an impression using polyvinyl siloxane (PVS) and alginate impression materials • Identify the benefits of a bite registration • Apply correct techniques for pouring impressions • Identify imperfections on cast models.

Ilias Sgourakis Dental Technician

For all dentists and dental assistants


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Endodontics: From access to apex CPD Date: Time: Venue: Format: RSVP by:

Workshop

6 Scientific Hours Fees (GST inclusive)

Tuesday 2 July 2019 9:00am – 5:00pm Melbourne Oral Health Training and Education Centre (MOHTEC), 723 Swanston Street, Carlton VIC 3053 Workshop Friday 21 June 2019

Limit:

20

Topics Root canal treatment is technically demanding, and many challenges can be encountered during the various stages of management. Being able carry out treatment consistently and predictably while avoiding procedural errors is critical to optimising patient outcomes and reducing clinician stress levels. This full-day workshop will involve the presenter sharing a range of clinical tips and participants having extensive practical sessions. At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to: • Improve their technical endodontic abilities • Explore various NiTi and obturation systems • Understand how to avoid some of the common procedural errors.

Held in conjunction with

ADAVB member

$880

ADAVB member – recent graduate

$610

Non-ADAVB member

$1,440

Non-ADAVB member – recent graduate

$960

Presenters Dr Michael Yoon


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The endodontic retreat: An endodontic efficiency intensive CPD Date: Time: Venue: Format: RSVP by:

2 x Workshop

12 Scientific Hours Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 July 2019 9:00am – 5:00pm La Trobe University, Bendigo Campus Sharon Street, Flora Hill VIC 3552 Lecture/Workshop Thursday 4 July 2019

Limit:

14

A hands-on workshop for root canal treatment. Part 1. Efficient root canal treatment relies on a streamlined approach to treatment achieving as predictable outcome as possible. This intensive hands-on workshop will present a strategic approach to root canal treatment using concepts of mechanical instrumentation. Learn procedures for stress free, safer, more time efficient endodontics. The program will present concepts to eliminate hand fatigue, canal distortion and how to save on procedural costs. The use of good vision and lighting using microscopes will be emphasised.


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Registration

Stay and save up to 5% off

Stay, dine and save 10% off

ADAVB member

$1,760

$2,016.85

$1,996.20

ADAVB member – recent graduate

$1,220

$1,503.85

$1,510.20

Non-ADAVB member

$2,880

$3,080.85

$3,004.20

Non-ADAVB member – recent graduate

$1,920

$2,168.85

$2,140.20

Fees (GST inclusive)

A hands-on workshop for root canal treatment. Part 2. The second day of this intensive program will provide a further enhancement of the skills attained on day 1 focusing on retreatment of cases. A review of factors that lead to post treatment endodontic disease will be presented. Additional skills including obturation of teeth with widened apices, bleaching and use ultrasonics to remove posts will be developed. The concepts discussed in Part 1 will be reinforced.

Presenters Associate Professor Phillippe Zimet

Dr Daniel Felman

Contact CPD team for accommodation and registration bundle

Dr Averil Tse


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Hypomineralisation and hypoplasia-diagnosis: Challenges and management CPD Date: Time: Venue: Format: RSVP by:

3 Scientific Hours

Half Day

Fees (GST inclusive)

Friday 19 July 2019

ADAVB member

$180

9:00am – 12:30pm Pullman Melbourne Albert Park 65 Queens Rd, Albert Park VIC 3004 Lecture

ADAVB member – recent graduate

$120

Non-ADAVB member

$310

Non-ADAVB member – recent graduate

$180

Wednesday 10 July 2019

Diagnosis, aetiology, histopathology and assessing enamel quality and quantity Dr Maria Pandey Improve your understanding of the aetiology and histopathology of developmental defects of enamel, particularly hypomineralised and hypoplastic enamel. This information helps to guide assessment of enamel quality and quantity and form a definitive diagnosis and management plan. This presentation will also discuss the chemical agents available to help manage developmental defects of enamel. At the end of this session, participants will be able to: • Recognise the difference between hypomineralised and hypoplastic enamel • Understand the aetiology and histopathology of hypomineralised and hypoplastic enamel • Apply this knowledge to chemical agents available for managing clinical situations.

Presenters Dr Maria Pandey

Dr Susan Hinckfuss

Treatment options for hypomineralised permanent molars Dr Susan Hinckfuss Treating hypomineralised permanent molars requires complex diagnosis and treatment planning. Restoring the affected molars can also be difficult due to both patient and tooth related factors. This lecture aims to help the clinician determine the appropriate treatment choice for affected teeth. The options for treatment and issues with provision of the various treatment options will also be discussed. At the end of this session, participants will be able to: • Recognise the factors that affect treatment options for hypomineralised first permanent molars • Assess a hypomineralised molar and determine its suitability for various treatment options • Determine when a treatment option is indicated for a hypomineralised tooth • Recognise patient related factors that affect treatment planning choices for hypomineralised molars

When to extract? Orthodontic challenges. The assessment of 6s for stainless steel crowns. Cost considerations. Dr Kip Homewood Hypomineralised/hypoplastic molars can be a long term restorative burden. This lecture will estimate the life time costs involved in maintaining these compromised teeth, and look at treatment alternatives providing better fiscal, time and biologic outcomes for our patients. At the end of this session participants will be able to: • Identify the long-term restorative burden of compromised teeth • Offer a better fiscal, time and biologic outcomes for our patient.

Dr Kip Homewood

One day, two courses. Attend morning or afternoon, or the full day.

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Teeth versus conventional bridges versus implants CPD Date: Time: Venue: Format: RSVP by:

3 Scientific Hours

Half Day

Fees (GST inclusive)

Friday 19 July 2019

ADAVB member

$180

1:30pm – 5:00pm Pullman Albert Park 65 Queens Road, Melbourne, VIC 3004 Lecture

ADAVB member – recent graduate

$120

Non-ADAVB member

$310

Non-ADAVB member – recent graduate

$180

Wednesday 10 July 2019

Commoditisation of teeth – the economics of implants versus teeth A/Prof Stephen Chen Dentistry has always been about teeth – the prevention of dental disease and management of pathological processes. But when the focus shifts from health to the business of dentistry, teeth become a marketable commodity. This presentation explores the good and the bad of commercialisation in dentistry.

Presenters Associate Professor Stephen Chen

At the end of this session, participants will be able to: • Define what a commodity is in the context of dentistry • Describe the long-term prognosis of teeth and implants.

The success of implants versus traditional prosthetics – what goes on underneath? Dr Gordon Burt To maintain a tooth or replace it with a prosthesis is a decision dentists must make daily. Choices should be based on the presenting situation and the patient’s circumstances. They are influenced by evidence-based literature, experience and preference. A ‘one size fits all’ philosophy highlights a fault in providing informed health care. This lecture will discuss the various clinical dilemmas and present a measured approach to solutions.

Dr Gordon Burt

Dr Simon Wylie

At the end of this session, participants will be able to: • Reflect on their own philosophy of restorative dentistry • Understand patients’ expectations and other influences on their treatment planning • Recognise the need to consider improving their diagnostic and clinical skills • Implement some of the thoughts presented into their daily practise.

Patient and site factors influencing treatment planning for implant-retained prosthesis and tooth-born prostheses Dr Simon Wylie This session explores patient and site factors influencing treatment planning for a conventional bridge or implant restoration. We will review these considerations looking at various sires of the mouth. At the end of this session, participants will be able to: • Consider the success rates of alternative options • Be more confident with treatment planning

One day, two courses. Attend morning or afternoon, or the full day.

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Soft tissue management around implants CPD Date: Time: Venue: Format: RSVP by:

6 Scientific Hours

Workshop Fees (GST inclusive)

Friday 2 August 2019

ADAVB member

$880

9:00am – 5:00pm Royal Australian College of Surgeons 250/290 Spring St, East Melbourne VIC 3002 Workshop

ADAVB member – recent graduate

$610

Wednesday 24 July 2019

Limit:

20

Topics Management of the soft tissues around implants is crucial to long-term success and aesthetic outcomes. Good contour and colour with an adequate width of keratinised soft tissue are the goals of treatment. Management begins prior to extraction with good planning and an understanding of the biology of healing sockets. The soft tissue cannot be managed without consideration of the underlying bone. Poor soft tissue outcomes can follow on from peri-implantitis and management of postsurgery recession is often necessary.

Non-ADAVB member

$1,440

Non-ADAVB member – recent graduate

$960

Presenters Professor Ivan Darby

At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to: • Assess soft tissues prior to extraction • Understand how to manage the soft tissues at the time of extraction and implant placement • Understand the timing and role of grafting • Understand the management of soft tissues around implants with peri-implantitis.

Dr Melinda Newnham


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Infection control updates and mindfulness – health and wellbeing CPD Date: Time: Venue: Format: RSVP by:

Session 1 or Session 2

3 Scientific Hours

or Half Day

Full Day

Full day

6 Scientific Hours

Saturday 31 August 2019 Session 1: 9:00am – 12:30pm Session 2: 1:15pm – 5:00pm Full day: 9:00am – 5:00pm The Hobart Function and Conference Centre, 1 Elizabeth Street Pier, Hobart TAS 7000 Lecture Thursday 22 August 2019

Session 1: Infection control Professor Laurence Walsh This course provides an update for dental staff on what’s new with recently released and forthcoming guidelines, protocols and standards and how they will affect dental practice both in the operatory and in the sterilising room. Areas of change will be highlighted, and the use of the ADA self-assessment tool explained as a way to assess compliance within the practice environment. At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to: • Understand the connections between the core documents used for infection control • Appreciate the problems that flow from failure to comply with current recommendations • Apply information to modify practice protocols to align with the latest information on infection control requirements.

Presenter Professor Laurence Walsh AO


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Fees (GST inclusive)

1 session

2 sessions

ADATas member

$220

$330

ADATas member – recent graduate

$120

$180

Non-ADATas member

$350

$525

Non-ADATas member – recent graduate

$160

$240

$66

$100

Oral therapist/dental hygienist

$150

$225

Dental staff (practice manager and dental assistant)

$150

$120

Retired/dental student

Session 2: Mindfulness – health and wellbeing Associate Professor Craig Hassed Explore mindfulness for stress and anxiety management by learning a range of cognitive therapies and practical approaches. Mindfulness is a generic skill that has an infinite number of applications. Being able to effectively engage attention is a prerequisite for virtually anything else we want to do and for that reason is the single most important life skill we ever learn. This practical and experiential workshop will explore the science, philosophy and practice of mindfulness across a wide variety of settings including mental and physical health, relationships, communication and performance. At the conclusion of this session participants will be able to: • Apply basic mindfulness meditation techniques • Recognise the effects of stress on wellbeing and performance • Implement mindfulness strategies for improving focus, communication and performance.

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Fees chart Register for two or more courses and save up to 10%

 IMPORTANT NOTE • Discounted fees also apply if you bring a colleague • Colleague must be in the same category • Discounted fees only apply to lectures

Discount Category

Full Day Course Fees 1 Course

2 courses (5% discount)

3 or more courses (10% discount)

ADAVB Member

$440

$836

$1188

ADAVB Member – Recent Graduate

$240

$456

$648

Student / Retired

$135

$256.50

$364.50

Hygienist/Oral Health Therapist

$300

$570

$810

Dental Staff

$160

$304

$432

Non-ADAVB member

$700

$1330

$1890

Non-member Recent Graduate

$320

$608

$864

Discount Category

Half Day and Early Clinical Essential Course Fees 1 Course

2 courses (5% discount)

3 or more courses (10% discount)

ADAVB Member

$180

$342

$486

ADAVB Member – Recent Graduate

$120

$228

$324

Student / Retired

$20

$38

$54

Hygienist/Oral Health Therapist

$100

$190

$270

Dental Staff

$55

$104.50

$148.50

Non-ADAVB member

$310

$589

$837

Non-member Recent Graduate

$180

$342

$486


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Registration and fees Registration and discounted fees are stated within the event information. Members: The member rate is for current members of the ADAVB and ADA Branches. Students: The student rate applies to full time dentistry students enrolled at either undergraduate or postgraduate level in 2019. Proof of your student status (e.g. photocopy of student ID) needs to be provided when registering. Retired Members: The retired member rate is only available to dentists who no longer practice of hold a current retired membership with the ADAVB. Staff: The staff rate applies to practice staff employed by an ADAVB member. The member’s name and ADAVB membership number must be provided on their registration. Non-member: Non-member dentist, including those that are employed by current ADAVB members, are not eligible for staff or member rates.

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Guild’s guide to a risk free holiday season

With the holiday season approaching, it’s time to remind ourselves of the possible threats to our homes and cars during this...

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