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CPD

6 Scientific Hours

Ethics in aesthetics Brief This is a day about aesthetics of the smile and the face and how to deliver treatment it in an ethical and predictable way. The pitfalls of treating high demand patients will be discussed as well as ways to diminish the chance to end up with an unhappy patient.

Presenters, topics and learning outcomes Assessing patients’ aesthetic desires? Dr Carolina Perez This lecture aims to review body image concerns in the context of cosmetic procedures and to alert clinicians as to features of individuals that might suggest a poor psychological outcome following such procedures. At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to: ÜÜ Recognise people of high risk of a poor psychological outcome following corrective procedures ÜÜ Identify risk factors in this regard ÜÜ Apply screening procedures for such risk factors in cosmetic settings.

What is my obligation at law, when it comes to obtaining a patient consent to treatment? Ms Kellie Dell’Oro How do I ensure I have a patient’s informed consent and satisfy my legal obligation? At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to: ÜÜ Recognise the scope of the legal obligation ÜÜ Understand the consequences of not obtaining valid consent with reference to case scenarios.

Smile design golden rules and Direct veneers – the keys to success Dr Terry Wong Recent times have seen an increasing demand from our patients on ways to achieve a better smile. To meet these demands, the dentist should have a basic understanding of what should constitute an aesthetic smile. Direct veneers that involve minimal preparation of teeth have a place as an aesthetic treatment option. At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to: ÜÜ ÜÜ ÜÜ ÜÜ

Identify the key elements of an aesthetic smile Make appropriate shade selection Manipulate resin to achieve aesthetic outcomes Increase case acceptance of aesthetic dentistry

Held in conjunction with ADAVB Goulburn Valley Group

Shepparton OR Melbourne

Melbourne event proudly supported by


Fees chart IMPORTANT NOTE Discounted fees also applies if you bring a colleague. Colleague must be in the same category

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FULL DAY COURSE FEES 1 course

2 or more courses (10% discount)

3 or more courses (15% discount)

ADAVB Member

$550

$990

$1,402

Recent Graduate

$300

$540

$765

Student / Retired

$170

$306

$433

Hygienist/Oral Health Therapist

$380

$550

$969

Dental Staff

$300

$540

$765

Non-ADAVB member

$880

$1,584

$2,244

Non-member Recent Graduate

$400

$720

$1,020

DISCOUNT CATEGORY

HALF DAY AND ECE COURSE FEES 1 course

2 or more courses (10% discount)

3 or more courses (15% discount)

ADAVB Member

$220

$396

$561

Recent Graduate

$160

$288

$408

Student / Retired

$22

$39

$56

Hygienist/Oral Health Therapist

$190

$342

$484

Dental Staff

$130

$234

$331

Non-ADAVB member

$390

$702

$994

Non-member Recent Graduate

$208

$374

$530

Register for 2 or more courses and save up to 15%


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Regional Conference Indirect veneers – the keys to success, complex aesthetic cases and Managing expectations and delivering results Dr Andrew Dillon

These two presentation will address how to set-up the veneer case for success by addressing design, preparation, bonding and occlusal considerations. We will look at diagnosis and treatment planning the aesthetic case based on risk assessment, from dealing with a single tooth only to full mouth rehabilitation. At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to: ÜÜ Diagnose and treat complex aesthetic cases ÜÜ Implement the key factors to achieve veneer success

Botox/fillers – new frontiers in bear country Presenter to be confirmed.

Register for 2 or more courses and save up to 15%

DATE

Shepparton – Saturday 13 October 2018 or Melbourne – Saturday 2 November 2018

TIME

9:00am – 5:00pm

FEES

VENUES

Shepparton Carrington Best Western 505 Wyndham Street, Shepparton VIC or Melbourne Pan Pacific Hotel, South Wharf, 2 Convention Centre Pl, Melbourne VIC

ADAVB Member

$550

ADAVB Member – Recent Graduate

$300

Non-ADAVB Member

$880

Non-ADAVB Member – Recent Graduate

$400

Retired / Dental Student

$170

Dental Hygienist / Oral Health Therapist

$380

Dental Staff

$300

FORMAT

Lecture

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Friday 5 October 2018 or Friday 26 October 2018

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