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REGIONAL EVENTS

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Melbourne : 2 days lecture program and a one day hands-on Program

CONSERVATIVE REHABILITATION of TOOTH WEAR

“ a comprehensive treatment approach using adhesive techniques”

Presented by The Australian Prosthodontic Society (VIC)
and
The University of Melbourne Dental School

Lecture Program ( 2-days)
Melbourne Museum
Friday 14th June – Saturday 15th June 2019

Hands-on Program
Melbourne Dental School Sim Lab
Sunday 16th June 2019

LECTURE COMPONENT

  • Risk factors and their aetiology and evolution
  • How to determine a new ver1cal dimension if necessary
  • A systema1c and step-by-step approach to treatment planning patients with tooth wear.
  • Diagnostic records – Facebow registra1on, dx waxup and mock up
  • Occlusal concepts
  • How to sequence treatment in the rehabilita1on of the worn dention
  • What material choices to consider in the restora1on of anterior and posterior teeth in pa1ents with wear
  • Managing the worn dention with composite resin – indications and workflow.
  • The shell technique
  • Indirect techniques including prepara1on guidelines, deep margin elevation and immediate dentine sealing
  • Temporisation
  • Adhesive cementa1on / cohesive cementation protocol
  • Polishing and finishing protocols and how to finalise the occlusion of rehabilitated cases
  • Nightguards: indications and risk management
  • Maintenance and longevity (literature review)

COURSE FEES:
THE 2-DAY LECTURE ONLY PROGRAM

Friday 14th June 2019 – Saturday 15th June 2019

APS members : $1375.00
Non-APS members: $1525.00

Registration includes a complimentary one year membership to The Australian Prosthodontic Society (VIC). *

 

THE 3-DAY LECTURE AND HANDS ON PROGRAM
Friday 14th June 2019 – Sunday 16th June 2019

APS members : $3370.00
Non APS-members : $3520.00

Registration includes a complimentary one year membership to The Australian Prosthodontic Society (VIC). *

*Offer available for Victorian based registrations only

HANDS-ON COMPONENT

  • Direct Techniques (Posterior Teeth):
    – Free-hand build-up
    – Par1al modelling technique with index
  • Direct molding techniques with full index (posterior teeth):
    – Index fabrica1on
    – Single teeth molding
    -Occlusal characterisa1on
    – Finishing and polishing
  • Anterior func1on / incisal edge build-up:
    – Inicsal edge restora1on : bi-laminar buildup for optimal aesthe1cs

VENUE LOCATION:

THE LECTURE PROGRAM
Friday 14th June 2019 – Saturday 15th June 2019

Melbourne Museum
11 Nicholson Street, Carlton, VIC 3053

THE HANDS ON PROGRAM
Sunday 16th June 2019

2nd Floor,
Melbourne Oral Health Training EducationCenter
(MOHTEC)
The University of Melbourne
723 Swanston Street, Carlton, VOC 3053

Sydney and Brisbane: 1 day lecture program

CONTEMPORARY RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY

“ Adhesive Techniques, Rationale and Controversies”

Sydney
The Pullman Hotel Sydney
Monday 17th June 2019

Brisbane
TBA
Wednesday19th June 2019

LECTURE COMPONENT

Part 1:

Advanced esthetic cases resolved with direct & indirect techniques (discussing the grey zone)

Specific procedures for treating anterior tooth wear

Part 2:

Partial adhesive posterior restora1ons: trends vs evidence-based protocols

Fragilized teeth (cracked tooth syndrome & non-vital teeth) and tooth wear-specific procedures

 

COURSE FEES:
ONE DAY LECTURE PROGRAM

APS members : $400.00
Non-APS members: $700.00

OTHER EVENTS IN 2019

Date:
Wednesday, March 6th, 2019
6:30-9:00pm

Presenters:
Dr Prashant Patel and Dr Stephen Travis

Topic:
Patient aesthetic expectations have changed over the last decade. Whiter teeth have become the norm. In many cases, this requires heavier tooth reduction.How do you walk the tight rope to manage expectations minimising biological risk?

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Date:
Wednesday, June 5th, 2019
6:30-9:00pm

Presenter:
Dr Rob Fell

Topic:
Peri-implantitis remains a challenging condition to treat. This lecture will focus on the treatment optionsavailable, highlighting the factors that might lead you to choose one strategy over another. Most studiesreport on implant survival and improvements in bone levels; neglecting to report patient centredoutcomes such as the cost-benefit ratio of treatment or aesthetic outcomes. These issues are furthercompounded by the difficulty in accurately diagnosis peri-implantitis.

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Date:
Wednesday, August 7th, 2019
6:30-9:00pm

Presenters:
Dr Jim Ironside and Mr Mark Cotter

Topic:
Ceramic veneers, resin bonded bridges and anterior aesthetics.

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Date:
Wednesday, October 16th, 2019
6:30-9:00pm

Presenters:
Dr Alan Yap and Mr Ricky Lee

Topic:
To be announced.

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