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6 Scientific Hours

Evolution of prosthodontics

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Brief The theme of the day will be to discuss the evolution of prosthodontics, highlighting areas that are subject to current change. An effort will be made to reiterate appropriate data collection and communication with the patient for advanced restorative care. The principal of cuspal protection, utilising a ceramic restorations versus traditional alloy, will be visited. There will be case-based discussions trying to bring together the utilisation of appropriate treatment planning and modern materials. The advancement of technologies surrounding implant surgery will also be discussed.

Topics and learning outcomes At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to: ÜÜ Understand tooth behaviour under load, and the significance of tooth preparation and its modification of the relative strength of teeth ÜÜ Use a suggested approach for adequate data collection and communication with the advanced restorative patient ÜÜ Understand to the concept of guided surgery ÜÜ Applied their learned knowledge of the structuring cases and assess patient-driven outcome

Presenter Dr Simon Wylie Dr Wylie completed his Bachelor of Dental Science at Melbourne University in 1990 and subsequently worked for a year at Alice Springs Community Dental Health. In 1992, he returned to Melbourne for postgraduate studies and completed his Masters in Prosthodontics in 1993. He spent the next two years as Assistant Professor in Prosthodontics at The University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada. Since his return from Canada, he has been practising as a Specialist Prosthodontist in Melbourne and Geelong. Dr Wylie continues to be a clinical instructor at The University of Melbourne teaching in the program for specialist training. He is also actively involved with continuing education and lectures regularly on a national level. Dr Wylie is a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons and a faculty member for the Graduate Diploma in Implant Dentistry at Charles Sturt University. Register for 2 or more courses and save up to 15%


Saturday 23 June 2018



9:00am – 5:00pm




Hotel Grand Chancellor 29 Cameron Street Launceston, TAS

ADAVB/ADATB Member – Recent Graduate






Friday 8 June 2018

Non-ADAVB/ADATB Member – Recent Graduate


Retired / Dental Student


Dental Hygienist / Oral Health Therapist


Dental Staff


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