Dr Narshai's Post-Graduate Dental Courses

Title Speaker Date Location Course Details
Trauma – Impact on the developing dentition & long term consequences

Auckland Dental Association


Speaker: Dr Peter Cathro

Format: Lecture


Category: Endodontics General Dentistry

 

16 May 2017 Auckland Lecture: Trauma- Impact on the developing dentition and long term consequences.

Update on the Fundamentals of Dental Radiology

Auckland Dental Association

Speaker: Dr Aideen Ni Mhuinachain

Format: Lecture 

Category: General Dentistry 

Event Type: Workshop

07 Apr 2017 Auckland

Workshop: Update on the Fundamentals of Dental Radiology

Presentation topics include:

- Fundamental principles of dental radiology

- New Zealand legal guidelines (Radiation Protection Act and Regulations, New Zealand Dental Council Guidelines)

- Quality control (protection – hazards – exposure/dosages)

- Different types of diagnostic dental imaging – their application and interpretation

- Conventional intra and extra oral radiography including advanced imaging (especially CBCT)

- Normal versus pathological radiographic structures and landmarks

- Radiographic artefacts – pitfalls and pearls

- Clinical cases

Format

Lecture

Category

General Dentistry

Date

07 Apr 2017

Duration

3.5 hrs

Venue

NZDA House, 1/195 Main Highway, Ellerslie

Location

Auckland

Speaker

Dr Aideen Ni Mhuinachain

Dr Mhuinachain BA.,B. Dent. Sc,MBDS,FRCR has a medical degree from England, UK as well as a radiology specialisation in Scotland, UK and a

head and neck radiology specialisation in Scotland, UK and NZ.

Organizers

Auckland Dental Association

PO Box 28084 
Remuera
Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
tel: (09) 580 0081
fax: 
email: admin@ada.co.nz

Immediate loading of implants: is it as predictable as the conventional 2-stage procedure?

Auckland Dental Association

Speaker: David Ko & Richard Longbottom

Format: Lecture Peer Contact 

Category: General Dentistry 

Event Type: Workshop

21 Mar 2017 Auckland

Workshop: Immediate loading of implants: is it as predictable as the conventional 2-stage procedure?

Early implant studies and protocols advocated a two-step surgery requiring implant to be submerged with no loading for 3-6 months to ensure predictable osseointegration before restoration. This approach increases the overall treatment time and often patients have to wear a removable prosthesis to replace the missing tooth during implant healing. Immediate implant loading allows placed implants to be restored with fixed restoration on the same day of surgery, shortening the treatment time and improving patient satisfaction.

 

In this presentation, we will look at:

1. How immediate loading protocol differs from the 2-stage delayed approach.

2. How to select right cases for immediate loading; indications/contraindications

3. Comparison of clinical outcomes between immediate and delayed loading

4. Clinical guidelines: immediately loaded single and full-arch implant cases in our practice.

Format

Lecture Peer Contact

Category

General Dentistry

Date

21 Mar 2017

Duration

1.5 hrs

Venue

Ellerslie Events Centre

Location

Auckland

Speaker

David Ko & Richard Longbottom

 

David Ko, BDS, Dip ClinDent ( Perio)Dr David Ko graduated from University of Otago in 2010 and worked as a general dentist in a private practice for a couple of years. In 2013, he returned to Otago for his three year doctoral degree in Periodontology and became a registered periodontist in New Zealand. He is currently working at TopGums as an associate periodontist together with Dr Longbottom and the team of hygienists.

 

Richard Longbottom BDS,MS Richard Longbottom, graduated from the University of Otago and went into general practice in Christchurch then Auckland. In 1998, Richard was accepted into the prestigious University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA, for the three year Masters program in Implantology and Periodontology. Whilst training he was awarded the Babcock Fellowship. Richard is a Fellow of the International Team of Implantologists. Richard recommenced private practice in Remuera in 2001. Richard has also consulted as a visiting specialist periodontist at Dr Rosenberg’s Practice in Malvern, Melbourne between 2008 and 2013. Richard lectures internationally to dentists, dental hygienists and dental therapists. Richard is currently practicing in Remuera and Takapuna, Auckland where he leads a team of periodontists and hygienists.

Organizers

Auckland Dental Association

PO Box 28084 
Remuera
Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
tel: (09) 580 0081
fax: 
email: admin@ada.co.nz

Resuscitation Level 4

St John

Speaker: St John

Format: Hands On Lecture 

Category: Medical Emergencies 

Event Type: Single Location

10 Nov 2016 Auckland

Single Location: Resuscitation Level 4

Level 4 resuscitation training for health professions.

Essential health professional resuscitation training

 

Topics covered:

- Cannulation

- Laryngeal mask airway

- Preparation of drugs

- Principles of manual defibrillation

- Principles of endotracheal intubation

Format

Hands On Lecture

Category

Medical Emergencies

Date

10 Nov 2016

Duration

4 hrs

Venue

Mt Wellington

Location

Auckland

Speaker

St John

www.stjohn.org.nz

Organizers

St John

SMILE DESIGN & WORN DENTITION: RECIPES FOR REPEATABLE AND PREDICTABLE EVERYDAY DENTISTRY

DentalED Global

Speaker: Dr Stefan Koubi

Format: Hands On Lecture 

Category: Restorative Dentistry 

Event Type: Single Location

31 Oct–02 Dec 2016 Sydney, Australia

Single Location: SMILE DESIGN & WORN DENTITION: RECIPES FOR REPEATABLE AND PREDICTABLE EVERYDAY DENTISTRY

COURSE DESCRIPTION

INTRODUCTION

Style Italiano philosophy can be summarised in one sentence: “Everyday dentistry must be aesthetic, simple and guided to be popular.”

 

The aim of this program is to teach participants a unique approach to contemporary dentistry in diverse clinical situations. Three key areas will be covered: MINIMALLY INVASIVE DENTISTRY through prep, prepless, flapless surgery and microplastic surgery; GUIDED procedures to assist in achieving repeatable and predictable optimal outcomes; and the use of SIMPLE, everyday concepts to treat worn dentition.

 

DAY 1: CREATING A SMILE WITH WHICH CONCEPT: PREP, PREPLESS OR NO PREP?

Creating a smile with which concept: prep, prepless or no prep?

 

Abstract

In the last 15 years, partially bonded restorations (laminate veneers) have become the most aesthetic, biological and biomechanical means of restoring dental defects. With the use of new materials we are now able to mimic natural teeth better than ever, but we also need to implement new techniques and concepts to achieve optimal results.

The aim of this program is to provide a simple way of working and thinking, which can be summed up in three key words: simple, teachable and repeatable. On day two of this course, laminate veneers will be presented as a versatile tool to solve cosmetic and functional problems (worn dentition). The topics covered will use the same philosophy (minimally invasive approaches), the same bonded materials (CAD/CAM materials, press materials), the same concept (visualisation, validation, navigation through the mock-up) and the same clinical procedure (prep design, temporisation, cementation).

 

 

DAY 2: A NEW PARADIGM FOR WORN DENTITION: THE FULL MOCK-UP CONCEPT

A new paradigm for worn dentition: the full mock-up concept

 

Abstract

Treating tooth wear has come a long way in the last two decades. Nevertheless, the treatments involved have still not been satisfactory for most patients, nor have they always achieved the expected clinical goals. New, revolutionary techniques have emerged to reconstruct full arches in a minimally invasive way, but their application requires proper training to achieve optimal results.

 

The purpose of this session is to teach a precise and reproducible technique for simplifying the treatment of worn dentition. A wax-up and mock-up is predominantly used as a guide for designing aesthetic preparations of anterior teeth. This technique can also be used on posterior occlusal surfaces, and will not only provide the exact new vertical dimension of the occlusion but will also allow the dentist to guide the occlusal preparation simultaneously with the buccal preparation.

 

The classical cavity design for a partially bonded restoration on worn posterior dentition will also be discussed. During the preparation of the occlusal surfaces of the posterior teeth, the marginal ridges must be preserved to reduce the biological cost and the mechanical stress that leads to fracture. A new type of thin and reduced restoration called a table top” will also be discussed in this session.

 

 

DAY 3: PINK AND IMPLANTS IN THE AESTHETIC ZONE: GUIDED SURGERY DRIVEN BY THE AESTHETIC PROJECT

Interactive session on criteria of decision-making in everyday practice: when and how to do what?

 

Abstract

Interdisciplinary dentistry is an everyday issue in the dental practice. The most important challenge is to know when and how to use interdisciplinary approaches. There are two types of situation we can be presented with: do we keep the tooth or not? If we decide to keep the tooth, orthodontics, plastic surgery, restorative procedures and prosthetics can be used. If we can’t keep the tooth, let’s go for an implant. These have improved a lot, especially in the anterior zone in terms of final aesthetic results, less morbidity, predictability of the case materials, and the new techniques and concepts have offered new solutions to our patients. Whether it be in the anterior zone or not, everything starts with the final expected design. All the procedures will be guided by the physical project, including prep design, connective tissue grafts, placement of the implant and digital planification. Advanced pink concepts where the pink part is created after the placement of the final restoration will be presented in this session. The latest material developments, and their selection according to aesthetic, functional and financial requirements, will also be discussed.

Format

Hands On Lecture

Category

Restorative Dentistry

Date

31 Oct–02 Dec 2016

Duration

21 hrs

Venue

Shangri-La Hotel, 176 Cumberland St

Location

Sydney, Australia

Speaker

Dr Stefan Koubi

Dr Stefan Koubi graduated from the Marseille University School of Dentistry, France, in 1998. From 1998 to 2001, he worked as a clinical assistant at the Hôpital Louis Mourier (Hôpitaux de Paris) in the Department of Stomatology headed by Prof. Poidatz. In addition, he was research assistant at the University of Paris V, School of Dentistry in Montouge. In June 2001, he received the AEA diploma (clinical traineeship) and the DEA diploma (postgraduate study program) at the department headed by Prof. de Lumley of the Hôpital Nord in Marseille, France. He earned a doctorate degree in dental surgery in 2001. In the same year, he became an assistant at the department of Conservative Odontology headed by Prof. Koubi at the University Clinic of Marseille, France. Dr Koubi opened a private dental practice in Marseille in 2002. In 2004, he obtained a university diploma in oral implantology. In April 2004, he was appointed assistant professor at the Department of Conservative Odontology of the Marseille University School of Dentistry. He became Associate Professor in 2008 and earned his PhD in 2011. Moreover, he was awarded the Gold Molar by the students of Marseille University. In 2009, he established a private dental practice in Paris, France. Dr. Koubi is the founder of “L'institut de la facette”, a private training centre established in 2013 which mainly focuses on laminate veneer restorations and the minimally invasive rehabilitation of worn dentitions. Dr Koubi is the author of various national and international publications and reports. He has lectured internationally on the topics of esthetic dentistry, smile design, wear and erosion.

Organizers

Dental ED Global

NZDA Annual Conference 2016

Regenerative Endodontics - Restoring a healthy pulp-dentine complex

NZDA Kirsten

Speaker: Professor Ken Hargreaves

Format: Lecture 

Category: Endodontics 

Event Type: Workshop

29 Oct 2016 Wellington

Workshop: Regenerative Endodontics - Restoring a healthy pulp-dentine complex

Considerable excitement exists for developing dental applications that employ post-natal stem cells and concepts of tissue engineering. Although much remains to be done to advance this field, progress has been made in clinical regenerative endodontic procedures: literally, saving teeth by regenerating a pulp-dentine complex. This presentation will describe the current status of regenerative endodontic procedures, their potential and predictors of healing success. Both clinical and basic studies will be reviewed to provide the practitioner with the latest information on this field with an emphasis on practical steps to be apply these procedures in treating selected patients.

 

Objectives:

At the completion of this presentation, the practitioner should be able to:

1. Describe the three major steps in tissue engineering and how they apply to regenerating the pulp-dentine complex.

2. Understand the clinical principles needed for regenerative endodontic procedures.

3. Be able to describe clinical outcomes of successful regenerative endodontic procedures.

Format

Lecture

Category

Endodontics

Date

29 Oct 2016

Duration

0.75 hrs

Venue

TSB Arena

Location

Wellington

Speaker

Professor Ken Hargreaves

Ken Hargreaves received his DDS from Georgetown University, his PhD in physiology from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, MD, and his certificate in Endodontics from the University of Minnesota. He is currently the Professor and Chair of the Department of Endodontics at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio and is cross-appointed as Professor in the Departments of Pharmacology, Physiology and Surgery.

 

He maintains a private practice limited to endodontics and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Endodontists. Ken has received an NIH MERIT Award for research, two IADR Distinguished Scientist Awards and the Louis I. Grossman Award from the AAE. He has published more than 160 articles and, with Harold Goodis and Frank Tay, co-edited Seltzer and Bender’s Dental Pulp, and, with Steve Cohen and Lou Berman, co-edited Cohen’s Pathways of the Pulp. Ken also serves as editor of the Journal of Endodontics.

Organizers

NZDA Kirsten

NZDA
PO Box 28084
Remuera
Auckland 1541
Auckland 
New Zealand

Kirsten McCarthy
tel: 09 579 8001
fax: 09 580 0010
email: kirsten@nzda.org.nz

NZDA Annual Conference 2016

Caries Management, what does the evidence tell us? & Mindfulness

NZDA Kirsten

Speaker: Associate Professor Lyndie Foster Page & Dr Tony Fernando

Format: Lecture 

Category: Cariology Practice Management 

Event Type: Conference

28 Oct 2016 Wellington

Conference: Caries Management, what does the evidence tell us? & Mindfulness

CARIES MANAGEMENT, WHAT DOES THE EVIDENCE TELL US?

Dental caries is still the most common disease as oral health practitioners we deal with on a day-to-day basis. There have been changes in how we detect, diagnose and manage caries today. This presentation will highlight what we are currently clinically teaching at the Faculty, and the evidence for some of the new and not so new approaches.

 

There is still much debate in this field, and I will share some of the challenges we face in deciding when to intervene operatively, the use of caries dye, how much caries removal is enough and what else can we do with interproximal lesions?

 

 

MINDFULNESS

Although we want our minds to be clear, flexible and relaxed, the opposite is true. Our minds are easily distracted, hijacked by various stimuli, usually of the stressful variety. We tend to ruminate and obsess on things we have not achieved or we perceive as lacking. We have difficulties letting go of hurts and negative events while good memories slip away quickly. Though we desire an objective and rationale mind, we are overtaken by emotions, which can consume us for hours, days or years even. Through mindfulness, we can develop minds that are clear, calm, present and even compassionate. Mindfulness is a mental skill that has been around for at least 2500 years. It used to be a skill learned in the confines of Buddhist monasteries in Asia. Nowadays, corporations like Google, Apple and Microsoft up-skill their employees on mindfulness. Western scientists have been studying mindfulness and have seen innumerable positive effects on the mental and physical health of practitioners. Like any other skill, learning occurs through practice. This session will discuss the theories and the practice on mindfulness in our daily lives.

Format

Lecture

Category

Cariology Practice Management

Date

28 Oct 2016

Duration

1.5 hrs

Venue

TSB Arena

Location

Wellington

Speaker

Associate Professor Lyndie Foster Page & Dr Tony Fernando

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR LYNDIE FOSTER PAGE

Dental public health specialist Lyndie Foster Page commenced her career in general dental practice in Dunedin and New Plymouth, before working and researching for 5 years in dental public health. She was appointed at the University of Otago, Faculty of Dentistry in 2008. Being involved in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching of cariology, Lyndie has presented and collaborated with international colleagues in ways to translate current caries management evidence to practice. Much of her clinical research is concerned with dental caries, particularly in novel approaches to managing caries in the community.

 

DR TONY FERNANDO

Tony is a consultant psychiatrist at the Auckland District Health Board and a senior lecturer in psychological Medicine at the University of Auckland. He obtained his medical degree from the University of the Philippines followed by an internship at St Luke’s Roosevelt in New York and psychiatry residency and sleep fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Tony’s research interest is in sleep medicine, psychopharmacology and medical education. He is currently pursuing his PhD at the University of Auckland studying the barriers and facilitators to compassion in medicine. He is one of the authors of the CALM website (calm.auckland.ac.nz). In 2012, he was awarded by President Aquino of the Philippines for his services to sleep medicine and medical education.

Organizers

NZDA Kirsten

NZDA
PO Box 28084
Remuera
Auckland 1541
Auckland 
New Zealand

Kirsten McCarthy
tel: 09 579 8001
fax: 09 580 0010
email: kirsten@nzda.org.nz

NZDA Annual Conference 2016

Creating New Smiles: From Cosmetics to Function

NZDA Kirsten

Speaker: Dr Stefen Koubi

Format: Lecture 

Category: Dental Materials 

Event Type: Conference

28 Oct 2016 Wellington

Conference: Creating New Smiles: From Cosmetics to Function

Over the past fifteen years, partial bonded restorations have become the most aesthetic, biologic and biomechanic solution to restore dental defects and mimic nature.

 

At the same time materials, techniques and concepts have brought us all the solution to offer contemporary dentistry to our patients.

 

Dental manufacturers offer great products, however these need to fit with a precise methodology in order to propose solutions to the dentist and improve their daily life.

 

The aim of this presentation will be to suggest a simple way of working and thinking which can be summarised in three key words: simple, teachable and repeatable.

 

Laminate veneer (la facette) would be presented as a versatile tool to solve both cosmetic problems as well as functional problems (e.g. worn dentition).

 

Both of these topics use the same philosophy (minimal invasive approaches), same bonded materials (CAD CAM material, press material), same concept (visualisation, validation, navigation through the mock up) and same clinical procedure (prep design, temporisation, cementation).

 

Aesthetic dentistry becomes simple, digital and more than this, accessible.

Format

Lecture

Category

Dental Materials

Date

28 Oct 2016

Duration

1.25 hrs

Venue

TSB Arena

Location

Wellington

Speaker

Dr Stefen Koubi

Dr Stefen Koubi graduated from the Marseille University School of Dentistry, France, in 1998. From 1998 to 2001, he worked as a clinical assistant at the Hôpital Louis Mourier (Hôpitaux de Paris) in the Department of Stomatology headed by Prof. Poidatz. In addition, he was research assistant at the University of Paris V, School of Dentistry in Montouge. In June 2001, he received the AEA diploma (clinical traineeship) and the DEA diploma (postgraduate study program) at the department headed by Prof. de Lumley of the Hôpital Nord in Marseille, France. He earned a doctorate degree in dental surgery in 2001. In the same year, he became an assistant at the department of Conservative Odontology headed by Prof. Koubi at the University Clinic of Marseille, France.

 

Dr Koubi opened a private dental practice in Marseille in 2002. In 2004, he obtained a university diploma in oral implantology. In April 2004, he was appointed Assistant Professor at the Department of Conservative Odontology of the Marseille University School of Dentistry. He became Associate Professor in 2008 and earned his PhD in 2011. Moreover, he was awarded the Gold Molar by the students of Marseille University. In 2009, he established a private dental practice in Paris, France.

 

Dr. Koubi is the founder of “L’institut de la facette”, a private training centre established in 2013 which mainly focuses on laminate veneer restorations and the minimally invasive rehabilitation of worn dentitions.

 

Dr Koubi is the author of various national and international publications and reports. He has lectured internationally on the topics of aesthetic dentistry, smile design, wear and erosion.

Organizers

NZDA Kirsten

NZDA
PO Box 28084
Remuera
Auckland 1541
Auckland 
New Zealand

Kirsten McCarthy
tel: 09 579 8001
fax: 09 580 0010
email: kirsten@nzda.org.nz

NZDA Annual Conference 2016

Fundamentals of Implant Prosthodontics: Current status of Immediate Loading, Immediate Provisionalisation

NZDA Kirsten

Speaker: Professor John Beumer

Format: Lecture 

Category: Prosthodontics 

Event Type: Conference

28 Oct 2016 Wellington

Conference: Fundamentals of Implant Prosthodontics: Current status of Immediate Loading, Immediate Provisionalisation

Since the 1970’s, osseo-integrated dental implants have offered an alternative to conventional fixed or removable prostheses. However, the original treatment protocols utilizing machine surface implants required the patient to wait for several months after implant placement before a prosthesis could be fabricated while the implants became osseo-integrated. In most instances the patients were required to use removable prostheses during this period. During the last twenty-five years various immediate and early loading protocols have been proposed as implant macro shapes and as implant surface textures have evolved. Recent advances in CADCAM technologies have applied an additional stimulus to this trend. The purpose of this presentation is to offer guidelines regarding the various loading protocols currently in use; namely, immediate, early and delayed (conventional) loading. The immediate load prosthesis is a complex, technically demanding treatment and should be attempted only after the implant team has acquired the necessary experience. Mistakes in clinical judgment and execution can lead to implant failure and loss of the prosthesis.

Format

Lecture

Category

Prosthodontics

Date

28 Oct 2016

Duration

0.75 hrs

Venue

TSB Arena

Location

Wellington

Speaker

Professor John Beumer

John Beumer received his D.D.S. from the University of California, San Francisco. He is Distinguished Professor, and Chair Emeritus, Division of Advanced Prosthodontics, Biomaterials and Hospital Dentistry, UCLA and Director Emeritus of UCLA’s Residency in Maxillofacial Prosthetics. He is the author of four books, and numerous publications and the coinventor of the UCLA abutment with W. Hornberg. He has been the recipient of the following prestigious awards; the Dan Gordon Award, the Andrew Ackerman Award; the Jerome M. and Dorothy Schweitzer Award and the Tjellstrom Award. His latest book, Fundamentals of Implant Dentistry: Prosthodontic Principles, was recently published by Quintessence.

Organizers

NZDA Kirsten

NZDA
PO Box 28084
Remuera
Auckland 1541
Auckland 
New Zealand

Kirsten McCarthy
tel: 09 579 8001
fax: 09 580 0010
email: kirsten@nzda.org.nz

NZDA Annual Conference 2016

The Restorative Dilemma - Selecting Crown and Bridge Materials

NZDA Kirsten

Speaker: Professor Dan Nathanson

Format: Lecture 

Category: Restorative Dentistry 

Event Type: Conference

28 Oct 2016 Wellington

Conference: The Restorative Dilemma - Selecting Crown and Bridge Materials

The multitude of restorative possibilities offers many options to practitioners and patients but is also confusing. Aesthetics, minimal discomfort, longevity and reduced cost are the main objectives for patients, but the dentist must consider other factors as well. From direct restoratives to CAD/CAM and all-ceramic systems, the new materials are more sophisticated but require proficiency and knowledge of the correct use and the materials’ limitations. The presentation provides an overview of contemporary restorative/ prosthetic systems discussing strengths, weaknesses, indications and the correct mode of use. Included topics:

 

Learning objectives:

- Updates on restorative resins

- Current trends with C&B ceramics: pressed and CAD-CAM materials

- New trends with endodontic post systems

- Colour matching – contemporary trends.

Format

Lecture

Category

Restorative Dentistry

Date

28 Oct 2016

Duration

1 hrs

Venue

TSB Arena

Location

Wellington

Speaker

Professor Dan Nathanson

Prof. Dan Nathanson is Chair of the Department of Restorative Sciences & Biomaterials at the School of Dental Medicine of Boston University. His department includes the programs of: Advanced Prosthodontics; Advanced Education in General Dentistry (AEGD); The Advanced Operative-Esthetic Dentistry; and the Biomaterials Division/ Research lab.

 

After receiving his dental degree from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel, he completed postdoctoral training in restorative dentistry and dental materials at Harvard School of Dental Medicine & Forsyth Institute in Boston, and a certificate in prosthodontics and a Master’s degree in public health from Boston University.

 

In addition to his academic position he maintains a part time practice limited to prosthodontics.

 

Prof. Nathanson is Past President of the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, and Past President of the International Federation of Esthetic Dentistry (IFED). Fellow in the Academy of Prosthodontics, the Academy of Dental Materials, plus memberships in the American College of Prosthodontists, the International Association for Dental Research (IADR), and currently President of the Society for Color and Appearance in Dentistry (SCAD).

 

With a primary research interest in restorative and prosthetic materials, Dr. Nathanson has published numerous articles, research abstracts and textbook chapters. His current research involves new materials and technologies for fixed prosthodontics, resin restoratives, dental cements & adhesives.

Organizers

NZDA Kirsten

NZDA
PO Box 28084
Remuera
Auckland 1541
Auckland 
New Zealand

Kirsten McCarthy
tel: 09 579 8001
fax: 09 580 0010
email: kirsten@nzda.org.nz

NZDA Annual Conference 2016

Lessons Learned from Implant Placement in the Periodontal Patient

NZDA Kirsten

Speaker: Professor Lisa Heitz-Mayfield

Format: Lecture 

Category: Periodontics 

Event Type: Conference

28 Oct 2016 Wellington

Conference: Lessons Learned from Implant Placement in the Periodontal Patient

This lecture will address the important aspects to consider when placing implants in a periodontal patient. Prevalence of peri-implantitis will be explained and the challenges of diagnosing peri-implant disease and identifying risk for peri-implantits will be discussed.

Format

Lecture

Category

Periodontics

Date

28 Oct 2016

Duration

0.75 hrs

Venue

TSB Arena

Location

Wellington

Speaker

Professor Lisa Heitz-Mayfield

Professor Heitz-Mayfield, an Adelaide graduate, obtained a Masters in Periodontology (1996) from Lund University, Sweden and went on to complete a PhD in 1998 on periodontal and peri-implant regeneration.

 

She received a scholarship at the Brånemark Osseointegration Centre, Sweden, and an ITI scholarship at the University of Berne, Switzerland where she subsequently became Head of the Oral Microbiology Research Laboratory, 1999-2003. During this time she received the André Schroeder Research Prize in Implant Dentistry. She has more than 45 publications in peer reviewed international journals and is author of the Peri-implant infection chapter of the recent edition of the Jan Lindhe Textbook: Clinical Periodontology and Implant Dentistry.

 

Her current positions include Adjunct Professor at the International Research Collaborative, The University of Western Australia, Associate Professor at The University of Sydney, and at The University of Hong Kong. She is Chair of the International Team for Implantology (ITI) Research Committee and member of the ITI Board of Directors. Professor Heitz-Mayfield is active in research in implant dentistry and periodontology and has lectured extensively both nationally and internationally. She maintains a specialist periodontal practice in Perth, Western Australia.

Organizers

NZDA Kirsten

NZDA
PO Box 28084
Remuera
Auckland 1541
Auckland 
New Zealand

Kirsten McCarthy
tel: 09 579 8001
fax: 09 580 0010
email: kirsten@nzda.org.nz

NZDA Annual Conference 2016

Issues in Managing the Persistent Endodontic Infection

NZDA Kirsten

Speaker: Professor Ken Hargreaves

Format: Lecture 

Category: Endodontics 

Event Type: Conference

28 Oct 2016 Wellington

Conference: Issues in Managing the Persistent Endodontic Infection

This evidence-based presentation is designed to provide effective and practical strategies for managing dento-alveolar infections. The objective is to be practical. The biology of infections is used as a foundation to allow the practitioner to select the best combination of dental and pharmacological treatments to manage dental infections. In addition, potential adverse effects and their management will be reviewed. Want to know which antibiotic to use? How to manage most endodontic infections with local treatment instead of antibiotics? Which endodontic procedures offers the optimal way to reduce/eliminate endodontic pathogens? ? This course will answer these practical tips and more using a lecture style that emphasises interactions with the audience in addressing endodontic infection problems with useful solutions.

 

Objectives:

At the completion of this presentation, the practitioner should be able to:

1. Describe a practical method that combines non-pharmacological treatment with the appropriate antibiotics for managing dental infections.

2. Understand the growing recognition of bacterial strains resistant to current antibiotics and be able to describe how to manage this problem.

3. Describe clinical outcome studies comparing one appointment to multiple appointment procedures.

Format

Lecture

Category

Endodontics

Date

28 Oct 2016

Duration

0.75 hrs

Venue

TSB Arena

Location

Wellington

Speaker

Professor Ken Hargreaves

Ken Hargreaves received his DDS from Georgetown University, his PhD in physiology from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, MD, and his certificate in Endodontics from the University of Minnesota. He is currently the Professor and Chair of the Department of Endodontics at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio and is cross-appointed as Professor in the Departments of Pharmacology, Physiology and Surgery.

 

He maintains a private practice limited to endodontics and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Endodontists. Ken has received an NIH MERIT Award for research, two IADR Distinguished Scientist Awards and the Louis I. Grossman Award from the AAE. He has published more than 160 articles and, with Harold Goodis and Frank Tay, co-edited Seltzer and Bender’s Dental Pulp, and, with Steve Cohen and Lou Berman, co-edited Cohen’s Pathways of the Pulp. Ken also serves as editor of the Journal of Endodontics.

Organizers

NZDA Kirsten

NZDA
PO Box 28084
Remuera
Auckland 1541
Auckland 
New Zealand

Kirsten McCarthy
tel: 09 579 8001
fax: 09 580 0010
email: kirsten@nzda.org.nz

NZDA Annual Conference 2016

The Trials and Tribulations of Local Anaesthesia Tips on Success and Potential Pitfalls

NZDA Kirsten

Speaker: Professor Tara Renton

Format: Lecture 

Category: Pain Control & Diagnostics 

Event Type: Conference

27 Oct 2016 Wellington

Conference: The Trials and Tribulations of Local Anaesthesia Tips on Success and Potential Pitfalls

Aims

- An update on pain

- What local anaesthetics to use and where

- Some systemic issues

- The Articaine - nerve injury question

- Update the clinician on LA techniques.

 

Objectives

- The delegate will better understand recent developments in pain diagnosis and management

- The delegates will have an improved understanding of the application of LA : what local anaesthetics to use and where

- The delegate will know what systemic complications can arise from LA and how best to avoid them

- The delegate will understand the problems and advantages of using higher concentration LA

- The delegate will depart with an improved knowledge of useful LA techniques.

Format

Lecture

Category

Pain Control & Diagnostics

Date

27 Oct 2016

Duration

1.25 hrs

Venue

TSB Arena

Location

Wellington

Speaker

Professor Tara Renton

Tara Renton (Specialist in Oral Surgery) is a dentist with a particular interest in trigeminal nerve injuries and pain. After completing her Oral and Maxillofacial surgical training in Melbourne in 1991, Tara undertook a PhD in Trigeminal Nerve injury at KCL 1999-2003. She was later appointed Senior Lecturer at QMUL and then was awarded her chair in 2006 at Kings College London. Over the past 10 years Tara has lead the teaching of dental students modernising the Oral Surgical teaching with minimal access approach and modern LA techniques. She leads the Kings Health Partners Orofacial Pain Service seeing over 2K OFP patients a year and has set up the first UK Orofacial pain Masters programme at KCL starting 2016.

 

Tara has set up two patient facing websites first a patient lead initiative resulted in the development of the Trigeminalnerve.org.uk, a website advising both patients and clinicians in preventing and managing iatrogenic nerve injury in relation to dentistry and a website for patients with chronic trigeminal pain (www.orofacialpain.co.uk).

 

Tara co-edited the BDA clinical manuals for Oral Surgery Books I and II. She is editor of Dental Update Series of Pain papers and book and editor of ‘The Art of LA’ with Andrew Mason. She is on the Dental Update Editorial Board. Tara is an elected member of the RCS England FDS Board, the RCS Eng National advisor for Oral Surgery, member of the Oral Surgery SAC and Dental Senate. She represents dentistry on the National Surgical Safety Board, she is London South CLRN lead and she is an elected council member for British Association Oral Surgery (President).

Organizers

NZDA Kirsten

NZDA
PO Box 28084
Remuera
Auckland 1541
Auckland 
New Zealand

Kirsten McCarthy
tel: 09 579 8001
fax: 09 580 0010
email: kirsten@nzda.org.nz

NZDA Annual Conference 2016

Making it Stick - Cementation Revisited

NZDA Kirsten

Speaker: Professor Dan Nathanson

Format: Lecture 

Category: Dental Materials 

Event Type: Conference

27 Oct 2016 Wellington

Conference: Making it Stick - Cementation Revisited

Revisiting the topic of (traditional vs. innovative) cements and cementing in modern dentistry.

 

Meeting the expectations of the dental patient mandates the delivery of restorations that are indistinguishable from natural teeth.

 

All indirect restorations – inlays, onlays, veneers, crowns and bridges are held in the mouth by cements. A cements failure is often followed by a failing restoration. Modern cements may have an effect on the appearance and longevity of the restoration. Contemporary cements come in various formulations and have different attributes, hence the need to select the appropriate product.

 

The presentation reviews dental cements highlighting selection criteria, indications for use and manipulation of contemporary cements used in aesthetic dentistry.

 

Learning objectives:

After the presentation attendees are expected to:

- Become familiar with indications for use of modern cements

- Refresh the knowledge of cement properties – benefits and limitations

- Understand the importance of resin cements for ceramic integrity.

Format

Lecture

Category

Dental Materials

Date

27 Oct 2016

Duration

0.75 hrs

Venue

TSB Arena

Location

Wellington

Speaker

Professor Dan Nathanson

Prof. Dan Nathanson is Chair of the Department of Restorative Sciences & Biomaterials at the School of Dental Medicine of Boston University. His department includes the programs of: Advanced Prosthodontics; Advanced Education in General Dentistry (AEGD); The Advanced Operative-Esthetic Dentistry; and the Biomaterials Division/ Research lab.

 

After receiving his dental degree from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel, he completed postdoctoral training in restorative dentistry and dental materials at Harvard School of Dental Medicine & Forsyth Institute in Boston, and a certificate in prosthodontics and a Master’s degree in public health from Boston University.

 

In addition to his academic position he maintains a part time practice limited to prosthodontics.

 

Prof. Nathanson is Past President of the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, and Past President of the International Federation of Esthetic Dentistry (IFED). Fellow in the Academy of Prosthodontics, the Academy of Dental Materials, plus memberships in the American College of Prosthodontists, the International Association for Dental Research (IADR), and currently President of the Society for Color and Appearance in Dentistry (SCAD).

 

With a primary research interest in restorative and prosthetic materials, Dr. Nathanson has published numerous articles, research abstracts and textbook chapters. His current research involves new materials and technologies for fixed prosthodontics, resin restoratives, dental cements & adhesives.

Organizers

NZDA Kirsten

NZDA
PO Box 28084
Remuera
Auckland 1541
Auckland 
New Zealand

Kirsten McCarthy
tel: 09 579 8001
fax: 09 580 0010
email: kirsten@nzda.org.nz

NZDA Annual Conference 2016

Successful Management of Acute Dental Pain

NZDA Kirsten

Speaker: Professor Ken Hargreaves

Format: Lecture 

Category: Pain Control & Diagnostics 

Event Type: Conference

27 Oct 2016 Wellington

Conference: Successful Management of Acute Dental Pain

This evidence-based course is designed to provide effective and practical strategies for managing acute dental pain emergencies. The latest information on NSAIDS, paracetamol-containing analgesics and local anaesthetics will be provided with the objective of having immediate application to your next patient emergency. Want to know how to anesthetise that hot tooth? How to predictably manage severe acute pain after surgical or endodontic treatments? How to combine common medications to improve analgesia? This course will answer these practical tips and more using a lecture style that emphasises interactions with the audience in answering common pain problems with useful solutions.

 

Objectives:

At the completion of this presentation, the practitioner should be able to:

1. Describe a fast and efficient routine for managing dental pain emergency patients

2. Select the best combination of analgesics to manage dental pain

3. Provide effective local anaesthesia to the classic “hot” molar case.

Format

Lecture

Category

Pain Control & Diagnostics

Date

27 Oct 2016

Duration

1 hrs

Venue

TSB Arena

Location

Wellington

Speaker

Professor Ken Hargreaves

Ken Hargreaves received his DDS from Georgetown University, his PhD in physiology from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, MD, and his certificate in Endodontics from the University of Minnesota. He is currently the Professor and Chair of the Department of Endodontics at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio and is cross-appointed as Professor in the Departments of Pharmacology, Physiology and Surgery.

 

He maintains a private practice limited to endodontics and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Endodontists. Ken has received an NIH MERIT Award for research, two IADR Distinguished Scientist Awards and the Louis I. Grossman Award from the AAE. He has published more than 160 articles and, with Harold Goodis and Frank Tay, co-edited Seltzer and Bender’s Dental Pulp, and, with Steve Cohen and Lou Berman, co-edited Cohen’s Pathways of the Pulp. Ken also serves as editor of the Journal of Endodontics.

Organizers

NZDA Kirsten

NZDA
PO Box 28084
Remuera
Auckland 1541
Auckland 
New Zealand

Kirsten McCarthy
tel: 09 579 8001
fax: 09 580 0010
email: kirsten@nzda.org.nz

NZDA Annual Conference 2016

The Upside and Downside of Change

NZDA Kirsten

Speaker: Dr Kevin Lewis

Format: Lecture 

Category: General Dentistry 

Event Type: Workshop

27 Oct 2016 Wellington

Workshop: The Upside and Downside of Change

Change is impacting almost every area of life and work, not just for dentists and healthcare professions, but for almost every sector. Most people also believe that the scope and pace of change is accelerating. This presentation will look at some of the upsides and downsides of recent, current and upcoming change in our profession as well as in society more widely and provide us with some fresh perspectives on change and practical suggestions for how to deal constructively with it.

Format

Lecture

Category

General Dentistry

Date

27 Oct 2016

Duration

1 hrs

Venue

TSB Arena

Location

Wellington

Speaker

Dr Kevin Lewis

Kevin Lewis qualified from The London Hospital in 1971. He spent 20 years in full time general dental practice and 10 further years practising part time. He became involved in the dento-legal field in 1989, firstly as a member of the Board of Directors of DPL, then (1992) as a full time dento-legal adviser and since 1998 as Dental Director when he joined the Executive of DPL’s parent company the Medical Protection Society (MPS). He became a member of the Council (Board of Directors) of MPS in 2003 and stepped down from all of these roles in June 2016.

 

For over 35 years, Kevin has written a fortnightly column in the UK publications Dental Practice, and latterly Dentistry of which he remains the Consultant Editor. He has written two textbooks on dental practice management. He has written and lectured regularly all over the world, including having spoken at the FDI.

Organizers

NZDA Kirsten

NZDA
PO Box 28084
Remuera
Auckland 1541
Auckland 
New Zealand

Kirsten McCarthy
tel: 09 579 8001
fax: 09 580 0010
email: kirsten@nzda.org.nz

Simplifying Complex Anterior and Posterior Composite Restorations

Auckland Dental Association

Speaker: Dr Ian Meyers

Format: DVD/CD/Video 

Category: General Dentistry 

Event Type: Workshop

27 Sep 2016 Auckland

Workshop: Simplifying Complex Anterior and Posterior Composite Restorations

Pre-recorded presentation given by Dr Ian Meyers reviewing the Posterior Composite technique. Dr Meyers will focus on the trends and techniques of composite resins. This will also include a review of Bulk Fill restoratives and instructions on how to simplify complex anterior and posterior composite restorations

Format

DVD/CD/Video

Category

General Dentistry

Date

27 Sep 2016

Duration

1 hrs

Venue

NZDA House, 1/195 Main Highway, Ellerslie

Location

Auckland

Speaker

Dr Ian Meyers

Ian Meyers is currently in general dental practice in Brisbane and has honorary professorial positions with The University of Queensland School of Dentistry, and James Cook University School of Medicine and Dentistry. Ian has worked in both public and private dental clinics and has been involved with The University of Queensland over two decades. He was the 2010 President of the Queensland Branch of the Australian Dental Association. He is a product consultant to a range of dental companies, a member of the International Association for Dental Research, Chairman of the Australian Dental Research Foundation and a member of the editorial board of The Australian Dental Journal. His major interests include adhesive restorative dental materials, diagnosis and management of the worn dentition, minimum intervention dentistry, and teaching and clinical development in general practice dentistry.

Organizers

Auckland Dental Association

PO Box 28084 
Remuera
Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
tel: (09) 580 0081
fax: 
email: admin@ada.co.nz

‘How do you measure up, are you really as new age and sensitive as you’d like to think …. The case for minimal intervention’

Auckland Dental Association

Speaker: Dr Don Schwass,BSc,DDS,D ClinDent,FPFA

Format: Lecture Peer Contact 

Category: General Dentistry 

Event Type: Workshop

20 Sep 2016 Auckland

Workshop: ‘How do you measure up, are you really as new age and sensitive as you’d like to think …. The case for minimal intervention’

Dr Schwass will address the topic of minimally invasive dentistry by discussing the massive advances in dental technology and dental materials science in recent decades but that despite these advances, for most dental clinicians, their approach to dental caries management has changed very little. While most of dentists would no doubt like to think that they take a conservative approach to tooth tissue removal which is consistent with minimal intervention, the evidence as manifest by the restorations placed in patients mouths still supports the notion that little has changed with regards how dentists remove decay, pretty much since the dawn of the high speed handpiece. Teeth that might start out having proximal lesions treated, remain vulnerable to cusp fracture, and end up with the same fate of complex restoration. So, what does minimal intervention really stand for? Are there simple techniques that can be adopted which might result in greater tooth conservation and ultimately lead to better life-long benefits? A range of treatment approaches will be presented for consideration.

Format

Lecture Peer Contact

Category

General Dentistry

Date

20 Sep 2016

Duration

1.5 hrs

Venue

Ellerslie Events Centre Ascot Ave Greenlane

Location

Auckland

Speaker

Dr Don Schwass,BSc,DDS,D ClinDent,FPFA

Don gained his BDS with distinction from the University of Otago in 1989. After 17 years in a thriving rural general dental practice Don returned to Otago, completing a Doctor of Clinical Dentistry in Prosthodontics in 2009. His doctoral research explored treatment of dental caries with an Er:YAG laser guided by laser induced fluorescence feedback control. Following graduation he was appointed to the position of senior lecturer in the Department of Oral Rehabilitation, as Head of Discipline Preventive and Restorative Dentistry with a particular interest in Cariology and Prosthodontics.

 

In 2015 Don was appointed to the full-time position of Associate Dean Capital Projects, responsible for managing the Faculty's Building Projects in both Auckland and Dunedin. More recently he was appointed to a newly created role as Clinical Director for the Faculty, a position he will take up in 2017.

 

Don is actively involved in research and has a special interest in the antibacterial properties of silver nano-particles for various dental applications, collaborating with the Department of Chemistry, University of Otago.

 

Don also works privately part-time in Dunedin as a specialist prosthodontist.

Organizers

Auckland Dental Association

PO Box 28084 
Remuera
Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
tel: (09) 580 0081
fax: 
email: admin@ada.co.nz

Invisalign: The Game Changer The Expanded Scope of Invisalign in Orthodontics

Eden Orthodontics

Speaker: Dr Rachel Smith

Format: Lecture 

Category: Orthodontics 

Event Type: Workshop

30 Aug 2016 Auckland

Workshop: Invisalign: The Game Changer The Expanded Scope of Invisalign in Orthodontics

Introducing Invisalign to General Dentists: How aligners are manufactured and the processes we use in treatment. Showing participants the expanded scope of Invisalign with patients, How we are using Invisalign to change the face of Orthodontics.

 

What will be covered:

- How Invisalign treatment has changed and progressed in the last 10 years

- Cases will be reviewed to show Dentists how Invisalign can be used to treat malocclusions

- Discussion around specific malocclusions and how these are treated with Invisalign e.g. Open bites, Deep Bites, Class II occlusion, Class III occlusion

 

Learning Outcomes:

- A better understanding of what cases can be treated with Invisalign

- A better understanding of how cases are treated with Invisalign

- A better knowledge of when to discuss Invisalign as a treatment option with patients

Format

Lecture

Category

Orthodontics

Date

30 Aug 2016

Duration

1 hrs

Venue

114 Dominion Road, Mt Eden

Location

Auckland

Speaker

Dr Rachel Smith

Rachel Smith is a Specialist Orthodontist. She qualified Doctorate in Orthodontics from the University of Melbourne. She has worked in private orthodontic practices in Melbourne, Oxford and, most recently, in the exclusive London Harley Street area.

Organizers

Eden Orthodontics

114 Dominion Road 
Mt Eden 
Auckland 0124
NZ

Rachel Smith
tel: 09 623 4104
fax: 
email: rachel@edenorthodontics.co.nz

Staying Under the Health and Disability Commisssioner's Radar

Auckland Dental Association

Speaker: Dr Mary Towers

Format: Lecture Peer Contact 

Category: General Dentistry 

Event Type: Workshop

16 Aug 2016 Auckland

Workshop: Staying Under the Health and Disability Commisssioner's Radar

The presentation for the ADA on August 16th 2016 will be a summary of some of the cases I have advised on over fifteen years. These cases are all different and cover a wide range of every day events in a general dental practice. Every case that I have investigated has had an effect on my own practice as I have reflected each time on the complaint and how it came to be. Hindsight is a great thing but the best result of a complaint is the education it can provide for all of us, so we do not end up having to spend valuable time and enormous stress dealing with an unhappy outcome for a patient.

Format

Lecture Peer Contact

Category

General Dentistry

Date

16 Aug 2016

Duration

1.5 hrs

Venue

Ellerslie Events Centre

Location

Auckland

Speaker

Dr Mary Towers

Mary Towers,BDS

Graduated Otago 1978 BDS. Worked in Wellington Private Practice, Kew Hospital Invercargill, UK then Nelson 1983 to present. Owned own general practice as part of group, Nelson Dental Centre 1988 to 2016, shared with Kate Bidwill from 1991.Secretary of 1987 NZDA regional conference, Nelson

President of Nelson Branch, NZDA, 2000-2001.Board rep NZDA 2004-2009

HDC expert advisor 2001 to present.0.35 FTE Nelson Marlborough DHB 2011 – present Mentor to young dentists.

Organizers

Auckland Dental Association

PO Box 28084 
Remuera
Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
tel: (09) 580 0081
fax: 
email: admin@ada.co.nz

Evolution: The course. New Soft Tissue Grafting and Prosthetic Protocols For the Aesthetic Zone

Dental ED

Speaker: Dr. Iñaki Gamborena

Format: Hands On Lecture Peer Contact 

Category: Dental Implants 

Event Type: Single Location

01–03 Aug 2016 Sydney, Australia

Single Location: Evolution: The course. New Soft Tissue Grafting and Prosthetic Protocols For the Aesthetic Zone

Course Objective

The objective of this comprehensive course is to provide participants with an in-depth theoretical and clinically practical understanding of soft tissue management around implant restorations. Peri-implant soft tissue is a critical element for achieving gingival integration and aesthetic success and can be extremely challenging in compromised sites. In his critically acclaimed book, Evolution, co-written with Prof Markus Blatz, Dr Gamborena has introduced a number of techniques and components that greatly facilitate the achievement of predictable, stable soft tissue for implant rehabilitation. The relatively simple techniques can be incorporated into everyday practice to dramatically improve results.

 

The two day hands-on workshop has been specifically designed to simulate real clinical situations, by following the actual cases treated by Dr Gamborena using the patients own models, together with videos of the procedures performed. Long term follow-up of all cases is discussed. Immediate and delayed implant placement techniques will be thoroughly taught, together with connective tissue harvesting techniques on pig jaws and the various suturing techniques required.

 

The workshop also includes prosthetic design with particular attention to emergence profile in the fabrication of provisional and customised zirconia final abutments together with fabrication of surgical guides to replicate the position of the prosthetically directed implant.

 

This course aims to provide participants with predictable clinical solutions for real cases, from simple to the most complex, from the planning stages, to surgery, to laboratory and to prosthetics, in order to obtain a deeper level of knowledge in the intricacies and fine tuning required, to achieve an optimal aesthetic outcome. This course will change the way you practise implant rehabilitation!

 

August 1st

 

09:00-10:30

Lecture I : New trends & concepts treating single tooth implants

• Immediate implant placement criteria & concept

• Tooth extraction / Alternatives

• Ideal implant placement & 3D bone packing

 

10:30-11:00 Coffee break

 

11:00-13:30

Lecture I : New trends & concepts treating single tooth implants

• Abutment selection & prosthetic protocol

• Soft tissue grafting techniques

 

13:30-15:00 Lunch

 

15:00-17:00

Hands-on I: Decisions process for the prosthetic protocol on immediate implant placement abutment & provisional crown silicone indexes, implant placement on real epoxy resin

 

17:00-17:15 Coffee break

 

17:15-19:00

Hands-on I: Decisions process for the prosthetic protocol on emergence profile configuration, abutment fabrication

 

 

August 2nd

 

09:00-10:30

Video surgery : Immediate single tooth implant placement in the esthetic zone on the same patient than the workshop

exercise

 

10:30-11:00 Coffee break

 

11:00-13:30

Hands-on I : Surgical stent fabrication from the same patient

 

13:30-15:00 Lunch

 

15:00-17:30

Lecture II : New trends & concepts treating single tooth implants Delayed implant placement criteria & concept

• Ideal implant placement

• Soft tissue concept from basics to advance

• Soft tissue management surgically

• Prosthetic concept and management

 

17:30-17:45 Coffee break

 

17:45-19:00

Lecture II : New trends & concepts treating single tooth implants

• Delayed implant placement criteria & concept

• Timing frames from surgery to final product

• Abutment selection criteria & concept

• Final cementation protocols

 

 

August 3rd

 

09:00-10:30

Video surgery : Delayed single tooth implant placement in the aesthetic zone on a patient –wrapping the concept

 

10:30-11:00 Coffee break

 

11:00-13:30

Hands-on II: Grafting harvesting techniques and management (on pigs)

 

13:30-15:00 Lunch

 

15:00-17:30

Hands-on II: Grafting harvesting techniques and management

 

17:30-17:45 Coffee break

 

17:45-19:00

Hands-on II: Grafting harvesting techniques and management

Format

Hands On Lecture Peer Contact

Category

Dental Implants

Date

01–03 Aug 2016

Duration

21 hrs

Venue

NOBEL BIOCARE, 4/7 Eden Park Drive

Location

Sydney, Australia

Speaker

Dr. Iñaki Gamborena

Dr. Iñaki Gamborena received his dental degree from Universidad Odontológica Dominicana in 1989, a certificate in Occlusion and Temporomandibular Disorders from the Mexican Association of Occlusal Reconstruction in 1990, and a certificate in Restorative Dentistry from the Autónoma Nuevo León University in México in 1992. He then pursued his post graduating training in the US with a certificate in Prosthodontics and Master of Science degree in Dentistry from the University of Washington in 1996, where he was awarded with the Bolender contest award for clinical and academic excellence. He received a certificate in Oral and Craniofacial Implants from the University of Texas in 1997. Dr.Gamborena is an Affiliate Professor at the University of Washington since 2001, assistant professor at the department of preventive and restorative sciences at the University of Pennsylvania since 2007 and clinical assistant professor at

the department of periodontics at Medical College of Georgia since 2009. He is the Editor in Chief of Quintessence Técnica Journal (Spanish version). Author of the book “EVOLUTION : Contemporary Protocols for Anterior Single Tooth Implants” I. Gamborena/ M. B. Blatz by Quintessence Publishing Co Inc, 2014. Inventor of the “slim temporary abutment concept : maximizing space for soft tissue growth” Nobelbiocare, November 2014.

 

He is a member of the European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry since 2002, the American Academy of Restorative

Dentistry since 2011, and lectures worldwide.

Organizers

Dental ED

Use It, Clean it, Sterilise it’ … instrument reprocessing, it’s that easy!

Auckland Dental Association

Speaker: Megan Sharpe

Format: Lecture Peer Contact 

Category: General Dentistry 

Event Type: Workshop

19 Jul 2016 Auckland

Workshop: Use It, Clean it, Sterilise it’ … instrument reprocessing, it’s that easy!

An overview of instrument reprocessing management – take this opportunity to ensure dentists are correctly aware of and can meet current compliance recommendations and requirements.

Overall responsibility for infection prevention and control belongs to all team members; as such many of the associated duties may be delegated, but as you know the accountability cannot and belongs to dentists as the operators.

Meg will outline and review a ‘60 Minute Checklist for Infection Prevention and Control’ compliance. Check that dentists validation process (ensure things work as they should) is current and that you have appropriate; documentation of the process, correct classification and management of instruments, preparation for sterilisation, packaging, handling and storage etc.

Some things have changed over the years, but in many ways for the better – it is important that we get ‘back to the basics’ with infection prevention and control and the reprocessing of instruments. There is not a requirement for many complex products, but a rationalised range of good efficient products that do what we think they are and fit into the clinical applications for dentistry – which we all know is very, very time focused!

Format

Lecture Peer Contact

Category

General Dentistry

Date

19 Jul 2016

Duration

1.5 hrs

Venue

Ellerslie Events Centre, Greenlane

Location

Auckland

Speaker

Megan Sharpe

Megan Sharpe, RDA, HBDI Cert Practitioner / Professional Services Manager (HSD)Infection Prevention & Sterilisation Consultant / Consultant, Dental Education Services (Aus)Ergonomics & Posturedontics Consultant

Practice Management Consultant AAPMCertified HBDI Whole Brain Technology Practitioner (HINZ – Intl)

Organizers

Auckland Dental Association

PO Box 28084 

Remuera

Auckland 1541

NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd

tel: (09) 580 0081

fax: 

email: admin@ada.co.nz

Diagnosis and prevention of Tooth Care

Auckland Dental Association

Speaker: Professor Paul Brunton

Format: Lecture Peer Contact 

Category: General Dentistry 

Event Type: Workshop

21 Jun 2016 Auckland

Workshop: Diagnosis and prevention of Tooth Care

Professor Brunton will discuss how as patients keep their teeth for longer the effects of tooth wear have become more clinically relevant. The diagnosis and management of tooth wear and how we can improve patient outcomes will be discussed.


Format

Lecture Peer Contact

Category

General Dentistry


Date

21 Jun 2016


Duration

1.5 hrs


Venue

Ellerslie Events Centre, Ascot Ave, Remuera


Location

Auckland


Speaker

Professor Paul Brunton

Professor Paul Brunton, BChD (Leeds) MSc PhD( Manchester). Professor Brunton has been Dean of the Otago Dental School since January 2015. Previously he was Director of Student Education and a Professor of Restorative Dentistry at the University of Leeds School of Dentistry. Originally from Cheshire, Professor Brunton graduated from the Leeds School of Dentistry in 1984, and obtained an MSc in restorative dentistry in 1992 and PhD in 1996 both from the University of Manchester. Professor Brunton is a past –president of the British Society of Restorative Dentistry and is on the editorial board of the Journal of Dentistry and Operative Dentistry. He has published more than 80 journal articles, and written four textbooks on restorative dentistry.


Organizers
Auckland Dental Association
PO Box 28084 
Remuera
Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND
Margie Ecroyd
tel: (09) 580 0081
email: admin@ada.co.nz

Dental Protection Ltd (DPL) and The Marvels and Mysteries of NZDA

Auckland Dental Association

Speaker: Drs David Crum & Susan Gorrie

Format: Lecture Peer Contact 

Category: General Dentistry 

Event Type: Workshop

17 May 2016 Auckland

Workshop: Dental Protection Ltd (DPL) and The Marvels and Mysteries of NZDA

What’s DPL about, what does it do for you?

In the context of this presentation David Crum has managed the DPL Scheme within NZ since 2003 and prior to that spent a number of years within DPL NZ, NZDA Peer Review and Auckland Branch Complaints Officer. This presentation will update you on DPL within the New Zealand.

Susan Gorrie will outline the role of NZDA president and how it differs form the NZDA CEO. A description of the NZDA Executive and NZDA Board highlighting the differences will be given.

Susan's objective for the term of her presidency will be discussed and why she has chosen this strategy and how we can all assist in improving the cohesiveness of the professional organisation. An explanation of the NZDA maxim “For the Public Weal” will also be given.

Format

Lecture Peer Contact

 

Category

General Dentistry

 

Date

17 May 2016

 

Duration

1.5 hrs

 

Venue

Ellerslie Events Centre, Ascot Ave, Greenlane

 

Location

Auckland

 

Speaker

Drs David Crum & Susan Gorrie

David Crum BDS, Dip.Clin.Dent, FICD, FADI, FPFA, Hon Life NZDA, Hon Life Auckland Branch & Canterbury Branches NZDA

David graduated in BDS (1983) and Dip Clin Dent (Rest) (1990).

From 1987 until 2003 in Associateship with Tim Little and Victor Young, his practice was located in Avondale, Auckland and since that time he continues to contract back ½ day a week to Sinan Najar who purchased David’s share of the practice in 2003.David has been an NZDA Board and Executive member for 24 years and Chief Executive of the Association since 2003. His involvement at local and national level within the Association has more recently been ‘expanded’ to the international arena as current President of the International College of Dentists (Australasia), Vice President of the Commonwealth Dental Association and Board member of the Pierre Fauchard Academy. He is a Past President NZDA, and Past Chair World Dental Federation Congress and Education Committee.

 

Susan Gorrie, BDs Dip. Clin .Dent , FICD

I have long enjoyed my activities with the NZDA and have been a member of the Canterbury Branch since graduation.1984-1987 I served on the committee of the Canterbury Branch NZDA, 1996-2001 Member of Dental Services Committee, a standing committee of the NZDA.2005-2010 Canterbury Board rep to NZDA.

In 2007 I was elected by the Board as a Board Rep on Exec . This role sees a Board Rep as a liaison between the Exec and the Board. From 2010 until last August I served as an elected member of the exec. The job title Executive Officer NZDA. I became President at the conference in August last year a role I will hold for two years. I have been involved with other activities for NZDA; GPDP coordinator 2006-200,. Scientific coordinator for 2010, NZDA Biennial Conference .2009, Vice President Canterbury branch NZDA 2010, President Canterbury Branch NZDA 2008-present. I am also on the review panel for course approval for CPD accreditation. I do have a life outside of NZDA, I have four children, enjoy reading, gardening , cooking and work in private practice in Christchurch.

 

Organizers

Auckland Dental Association

PO Box 28084 

Remuera

Auckland 1541

NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd

tel: (09) 580 0081

fax: 

email: admin@ada.co.nz

Layers: The Comprehensive Composite Workshop

Dental ED Global

Speaker: Dr Anna Salat &Dr Jordi Manauta

Format: Hands On Peer Contact 

Category: Restorative Dentistry

Event Type: Single Location

26–29 Apr 2016 Melbourne, Australia

Single Location: Layers: The Comprehensive Composite Workshop

INTRODUCTION

Abstract

We have heard many times that highly aesthetic restorations need sophisticated and complex approaches, only reachable to the "gifted ones". What if I tell you that this is possible to teach and repeat a feasible method that allows you to achieve perfect restorations with a high rate of success. This approach consents you to do basically three things, rational colour matching, exact reproduction of the selected colour and the ability to distinguish and learn from eventual mistakes. Material selection, layering technique and morphology management is now-a-days mandatory to mimic the slightest nuances from our patient's teeth, but always without getting in difficulties to do so.

 

Learning objectives

This course has a main goal to let the practitioner learn useful techniques to apply immediately after the course in their everyday dentistry to boost the quality of their work especially regarding function and aesthetics but always in a simple way.

 1. Become extremely effective in colour matching

2. Master stratification of composite resins

3. Dominate surface and morphology

4. Learn how adhesive dentistry can last very long

 

DAY 1

The secrets of colour

- Basic concepts of color for begginers and experts

- Colour Theory

- Commercial shades- advantages and disadvantages

- Industrial shadeguides, product oriented

- Personalized shadeguides, types and use

- Material phenomena, opacity, hue, chroma and value

- Stratification technique selection according to the colour obtained

- Is material selection important?

- Class IV restorations

 

Anterior Directs Class IV

- 4 ways of obtaining your palatal index

- Cavity preparation

- Adhesive steps

- Matrix and wedging management

- thickness control during stratification

- Enamel placement tips and tricks

- Summary on morphology

- Handling fractured teeth

- Corrections for anterior restorations

- Maintenance and long-term control

 

Stratification Bases

Hands-on on how to obtain the perfect silicone bases for anterior stratification

- 4 ways of obtaining your palatal index

- From a wax-up

- From a mock-up

- From a modified old restoration

- BRB technique

- Stratification area determination

 

Anterior Direct

Hands-on on aesthetic class IV construction

- Colour estimation

- Personilised shade guide fabrication for a perfect colour match

- Palatal wall construction

- Proximal wall with an anatomical matrix

- Dentinal body thickness callibration

- Incisal Halo stratification

- Enamel Placement

 

 

DAY 2

Anterior Directs Class III and V

- From the simple to the complex

- 3rd classes, colour and technique

- How to obtain a tight contact every time

- Natural contour in proximal anteriors

- 5th classes the classical technique

- Colour and shape

- Cavity configuration

- Stratification technique

- The closing gap technique, suffer no more

- Hybrid cavities

- All the above concepts applied in a clinical challenge

 

Anterior Directs semidirects, diastema, shape modification

- The Diastema dilemma

- Two techniques for closing diastemas

- Shape modifications

- Treating conoid teeth

- The semi direct approach

- Self made semi-direct restorations

- Prefabricated semi direct-restorations

 

Shape shift conoid

Hands-on on how to restore naturally a conoid tooth

- Colour estimation

- Palatal guide

- Palatal wall construction

- Proximal walls with an anatomical matrix

- Dentin application

- Incisal Halo stratification

- Enamel Placement

 

Anterior Direct (cont)

Hands-on of finishing and polishing of both central and lateral

- Contour

- Primary anatomy

- Secondary anatomy

- Tertiary anatomy

- Smoothing phase

- Gloss phase

 

 

DAY 3

Morphology and Shape

- From the simple to the complex

- 3rd classes, colour and technique

- How to obtain a tight contact every time

- Natural contour in proximal anteriors

 

Morphology and Shape

- 3 ways of obtaining tertiary anatomy

 

Anterior and posterior indirect Anterior

- Tissue guided restorations

- Margin guided restorations

- Preps, impression, temporary and cementation

- Veneers planning

- Mock-up

- Preparation

- Impressions

 

Posterior and Posterior indirects

- Inlay, Onlay and Overlay, When?

- Material selection for a long life restoration

- Build up and deep margin elevation

- Pre - endo and postendo management

- Post or not post

- Cavity configuration

- Bur sequence

- Preparation

- Laboratory steps

- Cementation

- Control

- Maintenance and reparations

 

Documentology

- Fun story about imaging

- Photography basic concepts and its relation to dentistry

-Which camera should I buy?

- Lenses

- Flashes

- Accessories

- How to do a universal set-up for simplified operation

- Transform your set-up for every clinical situation

- Intraoral photography

- Upper aesthetic picture with black background

- Lower aesthetic picture with black background

- The “honest picture”

- Texture pictures

- Upper occlusal arch

- Lower occlusal arch

- Lateral pictures

- Upper posterior quadrant

- Lower posterior quadrant

- Extraoral pictures

- Materials, models and others

- Studio photography, playing with light

- Portrait photography

 

Documentology and studio

Hands-on about advanced dental photography

- Camera set-up and configuration

- Basic shooting and position

- Lighting and studio

- Portrait

 

 

DAY 4

Advanced characterizations

- Colour map and layers

- How to document

- Complex stratification becomes simple

- Mammelon configurations, classification and divisions

- White effects Spot, cloud and stripes and their 36 different outcomes

- Increase/decrease in body chroma

- Increase/decrease in mammelon chroma

- Incisal halo and halo reminiscent

- Amber and brown spots

- Cracks and fractures and all the possibilities to reproduce them

- Abnormal situations from healthy and unhealthy teeth

 

Advanced characterizations

- Stratification of white spots

- Stratification of crack line

- Opalescent and translucent effects

- Stratification of a Crhomatic decrease

 

Posterior Direct

- Repeatable, easy and a very refined stratification technique

- Composite contraction

- Colour selection

- Pulp protection

- Trust your modeling

- Anatomy review

- Sectional modeling technique

- Simultaneous modeling

- Rational use of stains

- Matrices management

- Super contact achievement

- Custom ring technique

- Custom shield technique

- Custom fit technique

- Rational use of Bulkfill materials

- Stratification

 

Posterior Direct

Hands-on on a posterior direct restoration

- Matrix placement

- Adhesion

- Liner and base

- Sectional modelling

- Finishing and polishing

 

Format

Hands On Peer Contact

Category

Restorative Dentistry

Date

26–29 Apr 2016

Duration

28 hrs

Venue

Dental Solutions (Melbourne), 1/233 Collins Street

Location

Melbourne, Australia

 

Speaker

Dr Anna Salat &Dr Jordi Manauta

Dr. Anna Salat

Born in Barcelona, Dr. Anna Salat graduated with a degree in dentistry from the International University of Catalonia (UIC) in Barcelona.

She continued her postgraduate studies in implantology and esthetic dentistry, earning a Master’s Degree from UIC.

Dr. Salat is particularly interested in conservative dentistry and esthetic restorations and lectures internationally on these topics. She has contributed with articles to a number of international journals and she is also the author of the book Layers (Quintessence 2012).

 

Dr Jordi Manauta

Jordi Manauta was born in Mexico City, where he graduated cum laude. in dentistry from UNITEC (Universidad Tecnológica de México) and apprentice of Dr. Miguel Angel Tamés (Mexico) and Dr. Walter Devoto (Italy). He continued his postgraduate studies in Operative and Aesthetics Dentistry Master in UIC (Universitat Internacional de Catalunya) in Barcelona. He is visiting professor in the Siena and Marseille University. He has developed various materials and instruments for aesthetic dentistry and photography in collaboration with international companies. He is the author of the book Layers (quintessence 2012). Scientific consultant for two European Journals. Author and co-author of many publications in international journals, he is frequently invited as a lecturer on these topics. He is dedicated to his private practice.

 

Organizers

Dental ED Global

Understanding the impact of psychological stress and how to get rid of it

Auckland Dental Association

Speaker: Kristin Liggins

Format: Lecture Peer Contact 

Category: General Dentistry 

Event Type: Workshop

19 Apr 2016 Auckland

Workshop: Understanding the impact of pychological stress and how to get rid of it

Pyschological stress is the biggest stressor of today’s Western Society.

Kristin will discuss exactly what it is and how it impacts on us. She will discuss what mindfulness is and how psychological stress gets in the way of it. She will also look at the major elements that create this stress and then look at ways to rid yourself of it. Kristin will then give tips and tools to create a positive mindset.

Format

Lecture Peer Contact

Category

General Dentistry

Date

19 Apr 2016

Duration

1.5 hrs

Venue

Ellerslie Events Centre, Ascot Ave, Greenlane

Location

Auckland

Speaker

Kristin Liggins

Kristin Liggins is the owner and principal coach at TLC the life coach. After 20 years as a dental surgeon she felt it was time for a change. Stress in her life saw her seeking help which lead her to life coaching.

Life coaching helped Kristin make the difficult decisions she needed to move forward to a more positive life. The experience was so uplifting she decided she wanted to help people do the same thing.Now she does one on one life coaching and also “Switch for a Better Life” workshops.

Organizers

Auckland Dental Association

PO Box 28084 

Remuera

Auckland 1541

NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd

tel: (09) 580 0081

fax: 

email: admin@ada.co.nz

The Infamous TMJ: Diagnosis,Management and Treatment of Common Temporomandibular Dysfunctions (TMD)

Auckland Dental Association

Speaker: Mark Latimer, B. Applied Science (Physio) MAPA,Sports Physiotherapy Dip Med Radiography

Format: Lecture

Category: General Dentistry 

Event Type: Workshop

 08 Apr 2016  Auckland

Workshop: The Infamous TMJ: Diagnosis,Management and Treatment of Common Temporomandibular Dysfunctions (TMD)

This presentation includes a discussion of functional TMJ anatomy, biomechanics, radiology and pathology. Common TMDs such as clicking and bruxing and how these affect occlusion will be discussed. A live patient TMJ assessment will be demonstrated. An overview of TMJ assessment, differential diagnoses and management techniques will be presented.


Format  
Lecture

Category  
General Dentistry

Date 
08 Apr 2016

Duration  
3.5 hrs

Venue  
NZDA House 1/195 Main Highway Ellerslie

Location 
Auckland

Speaker:
Mark Latimer, B. Applied Science (Physio) MAPA,Sports Physiotherapy Dip Med Radiography.
Mark graduated in Physiotherapy at La Trobe University(Melbourne) in 1997 and has worked in private practice in Melbourne since 1991. He attained his APA Sports Physiotherapist title in 1997 and has subsequently worked atthree Commonwealth Games and 2010 Olympic Games.

His research into clicking, pain, stiffness and bruxing of theTMJ’s has spanned for more than 20 years, over which time, hehas developed a systematic approach to the analysis,differentiation and treatment of TMD.

Organizers

Auckland Dental Association

PO Box 28084 

Remuera

Auckland 1541

NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd

tel: (09) 580 0081

fax: 

email: admin@ada.co.nz

Impact of new technology on orthodontic treatment time?

Auckland Dental Association

Speaker: Professor Mauro Farella
Format: Lecture Peer Contact 
Category: Branch Meetings Orthodontics Event
Type: Workshop
15 Mar 2016
 Auckland  Workshop: Impact of new technology on orthodontic treatment time?

There is an increased demand for fast orthodontic treatment, which has been facilitated by technology advancements of orthodontic appliances, but also by the heavy marketing of so-called 'fast and easy' appliances. Claims about fast orthodontics are broadly spread to dentists and to the general public thorough Internet and social networks, with very little control of their accuracy. As a result, patient expectations about short treatment time are continuously increasing.

But has new technology actually changed treatment time and the efficiency of orthodontic appliance? This lecture will attempt to answer FAQs regarding treatment time in orthodontics, and to provide the audience with an update of current scientific evidence regarding factors that may affect treatment time in orthodontics and dentofacial orthopedics, including brackets design and methods for acceleration of tooth movement, such as vibration and surgically assisted orthodontics. The role of patient-specific factors for clinical decision-making will also be discussed. Finally, a number of case examples will be illustrated. At the end of this presentation, the participants should be able to distinguish fact from fiction about treatment time in orthodontics.


Format
Lecture Peer Contact


Category
Branch Meetings Orthodontics


Date
15 Mar 2016


Duration
1.5 hrs


Venue
Ellerslie Events Centre, Ascot Ave


Location
Auckland


Speaker
Professor Mauro Farella

Professor Mauro Farella, DDS(Naples) Dottore di Ricerca(Reggio Calabria) SpecOrthodontics(Naples) SpecMedStat(Milan). Professor and Chair of Orthodontics ,Associate Dean Postgraduate Studies, Head of Orthodontics University of Otago.


Organizers
Auckland Dental Association
PO Box 28084
Remuera
Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND
Margy Ecroyd
tel: (09) 580 0081
email: admin@ada.co.nz

   

House Surgeons research
Auckland Dental Association

 

Speaker: Drs Josh Torres, Charlene Borges & Jack Lintern
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: General Dentistry Event
Type: Workshop
17 Nov 2015 Auckland

Workshop: House Surgeons research

Three Auckland DHB house surgeons will present their research.Dr Josh Torres will discuss " Childhood Obesity related to dentistry in the hospital, Dr Charlene Borges will speak on "Trigeminal neuralgia: the terrifying nerve impulse" and Dr Jack Lintern will present "Spina Bifida and dentistry:A case example".

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
General Dentistry

Date
17 Nov 2015

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Events Centre, Racecourse Road, Greenlane

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Drs Josh torres, Charlene Borges & Jack Lintern
Auckland DHB House Surgeons

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association
Workshop: Aesthetic Anterior and an Update on Posterior Bonded Restorations: Mastering Direct and Indirect Techniques Speaker: Dr Pascal Magne
Format: Hands On Lecture
Category: Prosthodontics
Event Type: Workshop
19-20 Sep 2015 Sydney, Australia Natural morphology and layering technique for direct composite resin restorations. Update on indications, diagnostic approach, tooth preparation and luting of bonded porcelain restorations. Update on bonded posterior restorations including CAD/CAM materials.
 

HANDS-ON

The growing demand of patients for aesthetic or metal-free restorations, together with the ongoing interest of the dental profession for tissue-preserving materials have led to the development of posterior adhesive restorations. It is now clearly established that a new biomimetic approach to restorative dentistry is possible through the structured use of “tooth-like” restorative materials, such as composite resins and porcelain and the use of hard tissue bond, such as enamel and dentin bonding. Scientific studies and clinical evidence have validated the use of bonded tooth-coloured restorations. We have entered the “post-amalgam era”. This course will present the foundations of this evolution.

What to expect: Based on maximum tissue preservation and the “biomimetic principle” (biomechanics) a model for the optimal use of current restorative systems will be presented using scientific evidence and clinical experience.
 

HANDS ON COURSE OUTLINE

This very intense hands-on course emphasises on:
1. Fabrication of direct, semi-direct and indirect CAD/CAM restorations.
2. Advantages of bonded restorations over traditional approaches.
3. The biomimetic principle.
4. Dentin bonding protocol: rationale for an immediate dentin sealing protocol.
5. Preparation design; Principles of tooth preparation for bonded restorations.
6. Luting procedures for bonded restorations.
7. All about for composite restorations and layering techniques.
8. Preparation and fabrication of class II, and onlay restorations.


Format
Hands On Lecture

Category
Prosthodontics
 
Date
19-20 Sep 2015

Duration
14 hrs

Venue
Australian National Maritime Museum - The Lighthouse Gallery, 2 Murray Street

Location
Sydney, Australia

Speaker
Dr Pascal Magne

Dr. Pascal Magne was born in La Chaux-de-Fonds (Switzerland) in 1966. He grew up and followed his primary education in Neuchâtel then moved to Geneva where he graduated in dentistry in 1989 and completed a Doctoral Thesis in 1992.

He taught and continued his postgraduate education in Prosthodontics and Operative Dentistry at the University of Geneva until 1997. Awarded with major grants by the Swiss Science Foundation, the Swiss Foundation for Medical-Biological Grants, and the International Association for Dental Research, he spent two years as a full-time research scholar in Biomaterials and Biomechanics at the University of Minnesota between 1997 and 1999.

Back at the University of Geneva, he received his PhD degree in 2002 and served as Senior Lecturer from 1999 to 2004.

Since February 2004, he became Associate Professor at the University of Southern California (USC, Los Angeles) where he also serves as Director of the Center for Esthetic Dentistry. He is the author of the textbook -- "Bonded Porcelain Restorations" (Quintessence Publishing, 2002), as well as clinical and research articles on esthetics and adhesive dentistry and is frequently invited to lecture on these topics.

Organizers
Dental ED
PO Box 2062
 Lygon Street North

East Brunswick
Victoria 3057
Australia

Melanie Pardue
 tel: +61 3 8300 0719
 fax:
 email: melaniep@dentaledglobal.com
Workshop: Aesthetic Anterior and an Update on Posterior Bonded Restorations: Mastering Direct and Indirect Techniques Speaker: Dr Pascal Magne
Format: Hands On Lecture
Category: Prosthodontics
Event Type: Workshop
17-18 Sep 2015 Sydney, Australia Natural morphology and layering technique for direct composite resin restorations. Update on indications, diagnostic approach, tooth preparation and luting of bonded porcelain restorations. Update on bonded posterior restorations including CAD/CAM materials.

 

LECTURE

This course will be an intense lecture program for all practitioners wishing to upgrade their skills in anterior bonded restorations using direct composite resins and indirect porcelain veneers. An update on posterior bonded restoration will also be given during the last half-day. Although bonded ceramics seem to represent the ultimate biologic, functional, mechanical and aesthetic restoration for compromised anterior teeth, the number of ultraconservative treatment strategies and materials continues to grow. The practitioner is faced with many esthetic treatment modalities and products. The major disadvantage of this evolution is that it becomes increasingly difficult to make the appropriate choices in a given clinical situation. The availability of various treatment alternatives often allows for selection of an approach that conserves the maximum amount of intact tissue and which complies with the biomimetic principle. Treatment options should always first include the simplest procedures such as chemical treatments and freehand composites and then progress toward more sophisticated approaches such as laminate veneers and full coverage crowns only when required. The same dilemmas exist in the posterior dentition (direct vs. indirect) but it is this case that there is a growing indication for the use of semi-(in) direct CAD/CAM techniques, the advantages of which will be discussed and illustrated with clinical and research works.

Format
Hands On Lecture

Category
Prosthodontics
 
Date
17-18 Sep 2015

Duration
14 hrs

Venue
Australian National Maritime Museum - The Lighthouse Gallery, 2 Murray Street

Location
Sydney, Australia

Speaker
Dr Pascal Magne

Dr. Pascal Magne was born in La Chaux-de-Fonds (Switzerland) in 1966. He grew up and followed his primary education in Neuchâtel then moved to Geneva where he graduated in dentistry in 1989 and completed a Doctoral Thesis in 1992.

He taught and continued his postgraduate education in Prosthodontics and Operative Dentistry at the University of Geneva until 1997. Awarded with major grants by the Swiss Science Foundation, the Swiss Foundation for Medical-Biological Grants, and the International Association for Dental Research, he spent two years as a full-time research scholar in Biomaterials and Biomechanics at the University of Minnesota between 1997 and 1999.

Back at the University of Geneva, he received his PhD degree in 2002 and served as Senior Lecturer from 1999 to 2004.

Since February 2004, he became Associate Professor at the University of Southern California (USC, Los Angeles) where he also serves as Director of the Center for Esthetic Dentistry. He is the author of the textbook -- "Bonded Porcelain Restorations" (Quintessence Publishing, 2002), as well as clinical and research articles on esthetics and adhesive dentistry and is frequently invited to lecture on these topics.

Organizers
Dental ED
PO Box 2062
 Lygon Street North

East Brunswick
Victoria 3057
Australia

Melanie Pardue
 tel: +61 3 8300 0719
 fax:
 email: melaniep@dentaledglobal.com
Workshop: An Introduction in the Use of Dental Implants Speaker: Dr Luke Villata and Dr Wayne Sherson
Format: Hands On Lecture
Category: General Dentistry Periodontics Prosthodontics
Event Type: Workshop
11-12 Sep 2015 Sydney, Australia Workshop: An Introduction in the Use of Dental Implants

This two-day course will provide detailed instruction in treatment planning and execution of clinical implant procedures. Delivering the required knowledge to confidently plan and restore single tooth implants, this is a basic introduction course for the general practitioner with limited experience. It provides a good pre-requisite to undertaking further formal post graduate study into dental implantology. Several implant systems will be presented, giving participants the chance to handle each system.

Topics include:

• Historical development of dental implants, and how design changes affect treatment planning
• Evidence base in implant restoration
• Indications for implant use and patient presentation strategies
• Implants versus other solutions
• Surgical guide designs and fabrication
• Surgical principles of implant placement
• Restorative solutions
• Step by step surgical presentation on laboratory and prosthetic procedures
• Hands-on prosthetic training and real clinical case models
• Component knowledge and familiarity with different prosthetic strategies
• Cost of providing implant restorative options
• Treatment planning session in relation to participants’ own potential cases. Bring along patient records


Format
Hands On Lecture

Category
General Dentistry Periodontics Prosthodontics

Date
11-12 Sep 2015

Duration
13 hrs

Venue
Centre for Professional Development Lithgow Street St Leonards, NSW

Location
Sydney, Australia

Speaker
Dr Luke Villata and Dr Wayne Sherson

Dr Luke Villata obtained his BDS from Sydney University in 1984. He worked in private practice from 1985 until 1992 and became involved in implant dentistry in London in 1989. Luke attended the Royal Dental College Aarhus, Denmark from 1993 until 1996 obtaining a Masters Degree in Periodontology and receiving specialist registration as a Periodontist in NSW in the same year. He has been in private specialist practice in Sydney since 1996 and has extensive experience in implant dentistry. Luke has published in several international journals and has lectured extensively at both the undergraduate and post graduate level. Luke was a lecturer in Periodotology at the University of Sydney from 1997 to 2008. He is now head of the Postgraduate Diploma of Dental Implantology program for Charles Sturt University.

Dr Wayne Sherson received his BDS with Distinction from University of Otago in 1984 and completed the Master of Science Dentistry (Prosthodontics) program at the University of Sydney in 1992. He has published and presented internationally, is in private general practice in Sydney and is lecturing for the CSU Postgraduate Diploma of Dental Implantology.

Organizers
ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development


71-73 Lithgow Street
 St Leonards
NSW 2065
Australia

Rosina Rocca
 tel: 61 2 8436 9959
 fax: 61 2 8436 9933
 email: admin@adacpd.com.au
Digital Dentistry Speaker: Dr Philip Tan
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Technology
Event Type: Single Location
6-Aug-15 Auckland Dr Tan has embraced CAD/CAM digital workflows and has successfully incorporated them into his clinical practice. This presentation will provide a practical insight into the most current digital techniques supporting the full end-to-end workflow including intraoral scanning, CAD design, digital smile design, treatment planning and manufacturing.

 

TOPICS INCLUDED:
- Introduction to Intraoral Scanning Systems
- Conventional vs. Digital Prosthetics
- Digital Smile Design
- Accuracy of Intraoral Scanning for Implant Retained Restorations
- CAD/CAM Dental Practice Models
- Digital Implant Planning and Guided Surgery
- Intraoral Scanning Demonstrations

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Technology
 
Date
06 Aug 2015

Duration
2 hrs

Venue
Hilton Hotel

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Philip Tan
BDSc, Grad Dip Clin Dent, MSD, Grad
Cert Pros, FPFA, MRACDS

Philip is a registered specialist prosthodontist based in Melbourne. He completed his undergraduate education in Melbourne and completed his specialist training at the University of Iowa in the USA. Since returning from the USA, Philip has been pursuing a myriad of activities including running a private practice, teaching at the University of Melbourne, helping postgraduate students perform dental research, lecturing around the world and providing corporate advice on product improvement. Philip’s particular field of interest are the many facets of Digital Dentistry and its practical implementation.

Organizers
Dental Axess
Workshop: The Good Old Days - The Bad Old Days? Reflections on 50 Years in the Practise of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Speaker: Dr John Edwards
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: General Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
21-Jul-15 Auckland The Good Old Days - The Bad Old Days? Reflections on 50 Years in the Practise of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.

It is easy to forget the dramatic changes in the training and practise of dentistry and oral and maxillofacial surgery in the past 50 years. John will reflect on these changes; the good and the not so good along with some of the key factors that have impacted on his career both within and outside the health sector.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
General Dentistry
 
Date
21 Jul 2015

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Events Centre

Location
Auckland

Speaker
DrJohn Edwards

John Edwards
ONZM; BDS Otago; FDSRCS (Eng) FACDS
 
John Edwards retired from active clinical practise as an oral and maxillofacial surgeon in 2014.

Having graduated BDS with distinction in 1963 and undertaken post-graduate training in the United Kingdom, he spent the first half of his career in Dunedin at the School of Dentistry and Dunedin Hospital in both teaching and clinical roles.

In 1987 he moved to Auckland, practising part time in the public sector and part time in specialist private practise. His areas of special interest were maxillofacial trauma, TMJ surgery and dento-alveolar surgery.

John is a past president of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons and a Fellow of the New Zealand Dental Association and was an elected member of the Dental Council.

In 2008 his services to dentistry were recognised with the award of Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit.

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Multi-Location: Disorders -The Facts and The Fantasies- and A Participation Program on the Clinical Management of Temporomandibular Disorders Speaker: Dr Jeff Okeson
Format: Hands On Lecture
Category: Occlusion & TMJ
Event Type: Multi-Location
20-Jun-15 Sydney, Australia PRACTICAL COURSE DAY 2

This participation course will allow the clinician to bring questions regarding issues related to TMD to Dr. Okeson in a small group setting. Each participant will be able to select a TMD patient from his or her practice and record the history and examination on a standard form. The participant will bring this information to the group and Dr. Okeson will lead a discussion on establishing the diagnosis and developing a treatment plan. Dr. Okeson will also be open to discuss any aspect of TMD and orofacial pain these participants wish to deliberate.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
• Learn the important aspects of taking a pain history.
• Learn the components of a TMD examination and how they are used in establishing the diagnosis.
• Learn the keys to developing a TMD treatment plan.
• Learn how and when to use a stabilisation appliance and an anterior positioning appliance.
• Learn techniques for diagnostic anaesthetic injection

Format
Hands On Lecture

Category
Occlusion & TMJ
 
Date
20 Jun 2015

Duration
7 hrs

Venue
The Westin

Location
Sydney, Australia

Speaker
Dr Jeff Okeson

DR. JEFF OKESON is Professor, Chairman of the Department of Oral Health Science and Director of the College's Orofacial Pain Center, which he established in 1977. Dr. Okeson has more than 230 publications in the area of occlusion, TM disorders and orofacial pain in various national and international journals. He has authored two textbooks on TM disorders and orofacial pain, which have been trans- lated into eleven different languages. Dr. Okeson is a very sought after lecturer on the subject of TMD and orofacial pain and has presented more than 1100 invited lectures on the subject of TMD and orofacial pain in all 50 states and in 53 different countries. He has received the campus wide University of Kentucky “Great Teacher Award”, the Provost’s Distinguished Service Professorship, the Ameri- can Academy of Orofacial Pain’s Service Award and the first ever “Distinguished Alumni Award” from the College of Dentistry. Dr. Okeson has also received “The International Dentist of the Year Award” from the Academy of Dentistry International. This is the highest award recognised by this Academy and was given to him in recognition of his worldwide efforts in providing education in the area of temporomandibular disorders and orofacial pain.

Organizers
Dental ED


PO Box 2062
 Lygon Street North

East Brunswick
Victoria 3057
Australia

Melanie Pardue
 tel: +61 3 8300 0719
 fax:
 email: melaniep@dentaledglobal.com
Multi-Location: Disorders -The Facts and The Fantasies- and A Participation Program on the Clinical Management of Temporomandibular Disorders Speaker: Dr Jeff Okeson
Format: Hands On Lecture
Category: Occlusion & TMJ
Event Type: Multi-Location
19-Jun-15 Sydney, Australia LECTURE DAY 1

Temporomandibular disorders (TMD) are a group of musculoskeletal disorders of the masticatory system. These disorders are common and dentists are the primary care providers. Therefore every dentist should have a sound understanding of these disorders so that the most appropriate care will be selected for the patient. Often simple care can make big differences in the patient’s quality of life. In the past, dentists have attempted to manage their TMD patients utilising standard dental approaches which have not always proven to be successful. In fact our profession has many concepts and theories that attempt to solve musculoskeletal problems with dental therapies, many of which have little to no scientific supported. This presentation will describe the present evidence that either supports or disproves these concepts, including how occlusion may or may not affect TMD. Other areas that will be discussed are etiologic considerations and treatment strategies, including the use of occlusal appliances. This presentation will attempt to separate the facts from the fantasies in the area of TMD.

 
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
• To identify those pain disorders that will likely respond to your therapy from those that will not.
• That listening to how the patient describes the pain will help diagnose the pain condition.
• The relationship between occlusion, bruxism and temporomandibular disorders.
• The most favourable orthopedically stable relationship between the occlusion and condylar position for restorative dentistry.
• When occlusal changes are indicated for the management of TMD.
• When it is appropriate to consider orthodontic or surgical therapy for a TMD patient.
• Which headaches are best managed in the dental office and how to successfully treat them.
• The appropriate use of occlusal appliance therapy for muscle pain and joint pain.
• When an occlusal appliance reduces the patient’s TMD symptoms, what do you do next?

Format
Hands On Lecture

Category
Occlusion & TMJ
 
Date
19 Jun 2015

Duration
7 hrs

Venue
The Westin

Location
Sydney, Australia

Speaker
Dr Jeff Okeson

DR. JEFF OKESON is Professor, Chairman of the Department of Oral Health Science and Director of the College's Orofacial Pain Center, which he established in 1977. Dr. Okeson has more than 230 publications in the area of occlusion, TM disorders and orofacial pain in various national and international journals. He has authored two textbooks on TM disorders and orofacial pain, which have been trans- lated into eleven different languages. Dr. Okeson is a very sought after lecturer on the subject of TMD and orofacial pain and has presented more than 1100 invited lectures on the subject of TMD and orofacial pain in all 50 states and in 53 different countries. He has received the campus wide University of Kentucky “Great Teacher Award”, the Provost’s Distinguished Service Professorship, the Ameri- can Academy of Orofacial Pain’s Service Award and the first ever “Distinguished Alumni Award” from the College of Dentistry. Dr. Okeson has also received “The International Dentist of the Year Award” from the Academy of Dentistry International. This is the highest award recognised by this Academy and was given to him in recognition of his worldwide efforts in providing education in the area of temporomandibular disorders and orofacial pain.

Organizers
Dental ED


PO Box 2062
 Lygon Street North

East Brunswick
Victoria 3057
Australia

Melanie Pardue
 tel: +61 3 8300 0719
 fax:
 email: melaniep@dentaledglobal.com
Workshop: The enigma of chronic orofacial pain Speaker: Dr Anita Nolan
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: General Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
16-Jun-15 Auckland This lecture will review the differential diagnosis of chronic orofacial pain, including Burning Mouth Syndrome. The various presentations and specific identifying features of the different types of pain will be discussed. An overview of the ongoing management (with an emphasis on care in the general dental practice setting) of these patients with chronic orofacial pain will be will be explored.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
General Dentistry
 
Date
16 Jun 2015

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Events Centre, Racecourse Road, Remuera

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Anita Nolan

Anita Nolan, MD, FFDRCSI, MB, BCh, BAO, BA, BDentSc, LLM,

Oral Medicine Specialist and Professor of Oral Medicine, AUT University, Auckland

Anita qualified as a doctor and later as a dentist before completing specialist training in Oral Medicine at the Eastman Dental Institute in London, where she worked with internationally recognised experts in orofacial pain. She holds a Fellowship of RCSI (Oral Medicine), a masters degree in Medical Law and an MD by research. She has held national roles in the UK and New Zealand in specialist dental education, clinical standards and professional development. Her current research projects are the genetic and prognostic significance of oral lesions in Crohns Disease, salivary gland disease and the role of Vitamin D in oral disease. Anita holds honorary public hospital appointment in Auckland and Dunedin and provides private consultations at Waitemata Specialist Centre, North Shore, Auckland.

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Multi-Location: How to Create Complete Dentures Speaker: Dr Dusan Kuzmanovic
Format: Lecture
Category: General Dentistry
Event Type: Multi-Location
29-May-15 Auckland Course Description

This course is designed for dentists wishing to enhance their complete denture knowledge. The course will review current evidence-based information and the latest techniques and procedures necessary to create functional conventional complete dentures, from the first visit to delivery.

Particular attention will be paid to the functional and aesthetic rehabilitating possibilities of these prostheses and the different clinical and technical steps which can lead to successful complete denture rehabilitation. Principles of treatment planning for implant supported complete dentures will be also reviewed.
 

Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Identify suitable patients and risk factors for conventional complete denture treatment
- Understand the principles of treatment planning and clinical steps for conventional complete dentures fabrication
- Understand the long-term maintenance of patients who wear removable partial dentures

Format
Lecture

Category
General Dentistry
 
Date
29 May 2015

Duration
4.5 hrs

Venue
Auckland ICDE

Speaker
Dr Dusan Kuzmanovic
DDS, NZREX, DipClinDent (Otago), MDS (Otago)

Dr Dusan Kuzmanovic graduated from Belgrade University (Serbia) with a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 1988. Dusan moved to New Zealand in 1995 to further his education. After completing a Diploma in Restorative dentistry in 1999 (Otago) and MDS Prosthodontics (Otago) in 2002, he became a Senior Lecturer at the School of Dentistry, University of Otago.

Concurrently he runs a specialist prosthodontic practice and a research centre at Advanced Prosthodontics, Auckland. He has also conducted several clinical and laboratory-based research projects. The results have been disseminated through refereed conference proceedings and resulted in numerous publications in peer-review international journals. Dusan has presented many lectures.

Organizers
Ivoclar Vivadent


12 Omega Street
 Rosedale
 Auckland 0632
NEW ZEALAND

Caroline Jones
 tel: 09 914 9999
 fax: 09 914 9990
 email: Caroline.Jones@ivoclarvivadent.com
Workshop: IPS e.max - What Where Why Speaker: Deona Grobler- Murray
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Materials
Event Type: Workshop
28-May-15 Auckland Synopsis:

When it comes to all-ceramics, dentists and technicians alike are realising the importance of appropriate preparation geometries and how it impacts on and contributes to long term success. We will discuss the preparation guidelines as well as the extra-ordinary range of indications for IPS e.max in detail. To round off the discussion we will focus on the factors that influence material selection on the basis of shade and translucency in relation to thickness and preparation colour.

A concise guide to:
- Preparation
- Indication
- Comparison between materials in relation to Indication
- Material Selection - factors that affect Shade and Translucency
- Successful Outcomes

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Materials
 
Date
28 May 2015

Duration
0.5 hrs

Venue
Dental Link Laboratory, Unit 3, 97 Manukau Rd, Epsom

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Deona Grobler- Murray
Ivoclar Vivadent Technical Trainer, Educator & Advisor - New Zealand
 
Deona graduated in 1997 with a Bachelor of Dental Technology in South Africa.

Deona has been with Ivoclar Vivadent for 10 years and is our certified Ivoclar Vivadent Technical Trainer for New Zealand, providing advanced instruction on the latest materials and techniques.

Deona also facilitates training courses for the 3rd year students at the University of Otago Dental School. Deona is available for in-surgery and in-laboratory private tuition. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.

Organizers
Ivoclar Vivadent


12 Omega Street
 Rosedale
 Auckland 0632
NEW ZEALAND

Caroline Jones
 tel: 09 914 9999
 fax: 09 914 9990
 email: Caroline.Jones@ivoclarvivadent.com
Workshop: Measurement madness- how we measure things, especially in Endodontics Speaker: Associate Professor Nick Chandler
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: Endodontics
Event Type: Workshop
19-May-15 Auckland For most dentists the only clinical measurements made on a daily basis are pocket depths and the lengths of root canals.

We spend our working lives in a mysterious world of small holes and tapered shapes; do we judge them accurately? What is a big pulp exposure, and does it matter? How accurate are we at measuring root lengths? Down at the apex, how big are the ends of resected roots? Do we take these dimensions into consideration when we cut and fill root-end cavities?

Nick promises an interesting ramble through these questions, the answers coming from research but with no threatening mathematics.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
Endodontics
 
Date
19 May 2015

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Events Centre, Racecourse Rd, Remuera

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Associate Professor Nick Chandler

Nick is an Associate Professor in Dunedin. Born in New Zealand, he qualified at Guy’s Hospital in London and spent two years in general practice there before hospital posts at the Manchester Royal Infirmary and Dental Hospital. He then spent 5 years as Lecturer in Restorative Dentistry in Manchester. Completing three Fellowships by examination he returned to New Zealand following MSc studies, completing his London PhD about pulp diagnosis as an external student in 2005.

Nick has chapters in the 2010 texts Ingle’s Endodontics and Harty’s Endodontics in Clinical Practice; chapters will also appear in the 2015 editions and in the next Pathways of the Pulp. He contributed chapters to Contemporary Restoration of Endodontically Treated Teeth (2013) and Mineral Trioxide Aggregate: Properties and Clinical Applications (2014). Nick has 104 papers in the peer-reviewed journals. He is on the editorial board of the Journal of Dentistry and is Editor of the New Zealand Dental Journal.

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Multi-Location: Mastering Adverse Outcomes Speaker: Dexter Bambery
Format: Lecture
Category: Patient Management
Event Type: Multi-Location
21-Apr-15 Auckland Patients can be disappointed with the outcomes of their treatments for many reasons, and research shows that how you communicate with a patient after something has gone wrong is one of the key factors in deciding if a patient will make a complaint. Yet most dentists receive little or no formal training in how to communicate in what can be a difficult and stressful situation.

The "Mastering Adverse Outcomes" workshop is designed to fill this gap. This three-hour interactive workshop gives you powerful and proven communication techniques to deal with patients after something has gone wrong - techniques that can reduce your exposure to risk of complaints or disciplinary action.

By attending this workshop you will:
* increase your knowledge of the research related to adverse outcomes
* enhance your skills to communicate with patients when something has gone wrong
* reduce your risk of complaints or disciplinary action
* increase your understanding of ethical, regulatory, legal and professional obligations following and adverse outcome including duty of disclosure
* understand the legal implications of expressing regret
* understand the impact of waiving or reducing patient fees when something has gone wrong
* learn practical models for communicating with patients when something has gone wrong, including the six step A.S.S.I.S.T approach.

Format
Lecture

Category
Patient Management
 
Date
21 Apr 2015

Duration
2.83 hrs

Venue
NZDA House 1/195 Main Highway Ellerslie

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dexter Bambery
BDS, FDSRCS(Eng), FRACDS, DipClinDent, FICD, FPFA, FNZDA

After thirty years in General Dental Practice in Wellington city Dexter Bambery sold his share of a group practice and now works two days a week in private practice and spends three days a week as Professional Advisor to the Dental Council of New Zealand.

Dexter has experience over a number of years with the New Zealand Dental Association’s Peer Review programme, a mediation service for dealing with complaints about dental practitioners and was chair of the Dentists Disciplinary Tribunal for eight years. Dexter chaired the working party for the implementation of the current Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act and continues his involvement with the Dental Council as advisor in the area of professional standards.

Other interests include Rotary and as a Past District Governor continues to be actively involved at local and international level. He has a special interest in leadership training, especially for the incoming Rotary Club presidents.

Organizers
DPL Educational Services


NZDA
 PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
New Zealand

Kirsten McCarthy
 tel: 09 579 8001
 fax: 09 580 0010
 email: kirsten@nzda.org.nz
Workshop: An Introduction to the Science and Application of Mindfulness. Speaker: Dr Nick Penny
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: General Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
17-Mar-15 Auckland Dr Nick Penny will lecture dentists on the the science and application of mindfulness. He will cover the scientific background to the practice including how it can assist dentists in their stress management and ongoing practice of dentistry.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
General Dentistry
 
Date
17 Mar 2015

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Events Centre, Ascot Ave, Remuera

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Nick Penny
Dr Nick Penney PhD (Musculoskeletal Medicine)

Originally trained as an Osteopath in London, Dr Penney gained his PhD in Musculoskeletal Medicine at The National Centre of Research on Disability and Rehabilitation Medicine, School of Medicine, University of Queensland in 2009. Dr Penney’s research was in the Biopsychosocial Model of Pain and obstacles to recovery. These obstacles include stress, distress, anxiety and depression, and this understanding led to a personal mindfulness practice and training to teach mindfulness with some of the world’s leading teachers including Professor Mark Williams from the Mindfulness Research Centre at The University of Oxford.

Dr Penney teaches mindfulness to a variety of groups including medical practitioners and utilizes it, along with other evidence-based approaches at his clinical practice at Integrative Pain Care in Remuera.

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Workshop: Consumer Affairs Offices Training Day Speaker: Tania Stuart, Usha Narshai, David Lloyd-Barker, Jocelyn Logan & David Crum
Format: Lecture
Category: Patient Management Practice Management
Event Type: Workshop
25-Nov-14 Auckland Consumer Affairs Officers Training Day - 25 November 2014

Session 1 - Dr Tania Stuart
- HDC requirements for Practice Complaints procedure
- Protocols for phone calls - record keeping, and how long to retain them.
- Following procedures as a facilitator
- "Get Ahead of the Curve" summaries of Procedures
- What to expect from dentists - in-house complaints procedure (HDC), requirement to follow CAO and PR procedure (NZDA), contact DPL for support
- Avenues of complaint for patient - CAB, HDC, DCNZ, Consumer, Small claims court, Fair Go, and how to give an aggressive complainant a good perspective on the practicality of complaining
- Problems/experiences/queries
 

Session 2 - Dr Usha Narshai
- Complaint not resolved at CAO level? - What happens now?
- Good communication lines with regional Peer Review Chairperson - keeping informed of cases, asking advice, mulling things over, agree on a time limit for resolution of 6 weeks for each case. Good documentation required.
- Hand-over to PR Chair - "Referral letter" and discussion. Possibility of mediation if suggested by PR chair - either by CAO or PR.
- Brief summary of PR assessment of case as to whether it is suitable for a hearing.
- Summary of hearing procedure and report writing.
- Ideas and suggestions for making the process run smoothly and professionally from patient and dentist point of view.
 

Session 3 - David Lloyd-Barker
Former member of the UK Parachute Regiment & SAS and UK Police now engaged in training in the avoidance of hazardous situations for the general public and security organisations

“Managing Angry People and Conflict Resolution”
 

Session 4 - General queries
- Complaints re non-NZDA members
- Where do I go if the problem is the dentist’s poor quality of treatment? - Dental Council/Health & disability? Can the dentist be corrected?
- Concerns about the privacy, security and appropriateness of email complaints
- Role of DPL (Dr David Crum)
- Succession planning and performance review.
 

Other
- Any other topics and summary of the day.
- Suggestions for further training

Format
Lecture

Category
Patient Management Practice Management
 
Date
25 Nov 2014

Duration
5 hrs

Venue
NZDA House 1/195 Main Highway Ellerslie

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Tania Stuart, Usha Narshai, David Lloyd-Barker, Jocelyn Logan & David Crum

Tania Stuart
Consumer Affairs Officer - Auckland Branch

Usha Narshai
Northern Region Peer Review Chair

David Lloyd-Barker
Former member of the UK Parachute Regiment & SAS and UK Police now engaged in training in the avoidance of hazardous situations for the general public and security organisations “Managing Angry People and Conflict Resolution”

Jocelyn Logan
Central Committee Peer Review Chair

David Crum
NZDA CEO

Organizers
NZDA Kirsten


NZDA
 PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
 Auckland
New Zealand

Kirsten McCarthy
 tel: 09 579 8001
 fax: 09 580 0010
 email: kirsten@nzda.org.nz
Single Location: Usha Narshai - CAO Training Day - SPEAKER CPD CREDIT Speaker: Usha Narshai
Format: Lecture
Category: Patient Management
Event Type: Single Location
25-Nov-14 Auckland SPEAKER CPD CREDIT - Dr Usha Narshai for her presentation at the CAO Training Day, 25 November 2014 'Peer Review'

Format
Lecture

Category
Patient Management
 
Date
25 Nov 2014

Duration
3.75 hrs

Venue
NZDA House

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Usha Narshai
Northern Regional Peer Review Chair

Organizers
Speaker CPD Credit


NZDA House
 PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
New Zealand

Kirsten McCarthy
 tel: 09 579 8001
 fax: 09 580 0010
 email: kirsten@nzda.org.nz
Workshop: 2014 International Quintessence Symposium Speaker: Keynote - Prof Laurie Walsh
Format: Hands On Lecture
Category: Periodontics Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
21-22 Nov 2014 Sydney, Australia 2014 International Quintessence Symposium
21-23 November 2014 - Sydney, Australia
 
Achieving Quality Predictable Outcomes - Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry

Two days of lectures followed by a 3rd day of hands-on workshops

Speakers included:
- Prof. Laurence Walsh
- Prof. Mark Bartold
- Markus Blatz
- Dr Daniele Cardaropoli
- Dr Christian Coachman
- Prof. Lyndon Cooper

Format
Hands On Lecture

Category
Periodontics Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
21-22 Nov 2014

Duration
16 hrs

Venue
Hilton Hotel

Location
Sydney, Australia

Speaker
Keynote - Prof Laurie Walsh
Scientific Chairman - Professor Laurence Walsh
BDSc, PhD, DDSc, GCEd, FFOP(RCPA), FICD, FIADFE
Brisbane, Australia
 
Laurence holds a personal chair at the University of Queensland, and he recently completed a 10 year term as the Head of the UQ School of Dentistry. He maintains a part time specialist practice in special needs dentistry in Brisbane. Laurence is the program leader for research into advanced dental technologies and dental biomaterials at UQ, an area in which he has published extensively in the biomedical and patent literature, including having authored over 230 journal articles. Laurence is an Editorial Board member of 5 international dental journals and serves as the dental editor of Lasers in Medical Science.

Organizers
Henry Schein New Zealand


23 William Pickering Drive
 Albany
 Auckland 0632
NEW ZEALAND

Lloyd Huysmans
 tel: 09 927 4052
 fax:
 email: Lloyd.Huysmans@henryschein.co.nz
Workshop: NZACD 2014 6 OF THE BEST Speaker: Dr Richard Ellis BDS, Endodontist
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: Endodontics Dental Education Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
14-Nov-14 Auckland The delegate will review current restorative concepts and aspects for restoring endodontically-treated teeth.
- The attendee will receive a treatise on dental restorability and prognostication
- The attendee will learn about modern endodontic temporisation and coronal sealing for optimum prognosis as well as situation-dependent material selection
- The attendee will review modern concepts behind post-space preparation and post selection.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
Endodontics Dental Education Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
14 Nov 2014

Duration
1 hrs

Venue
CROWNE PLAZA AUCKLAND 128 ALBERT STREET

Location
AUCKLAND

Speaker
Dr Richard Ellis BDS, Endodontist

Richard Ellis received his undergraduate education from Otago University School of Dentistry graduating BDS in 1988. He spent a year as dental house surgeon at Napier hospital’s oral and maxillofacial surgery department then practised general dentistry in Auckland and London, UK prior to embarking on specialty education. He received his Certificate of Advanced Specialty Education in Endodontics from the Baltimore College of Dentistry, University of Maryland at Baltimore in 1994 and his Diploma from the American Board of Endodontics in 2000.

He spent six years practising endodontics in Dallas, Texas and was Clinical Assistant Professor (part-time) at Texas A&M Heath Science University Center Baylor College of Dentistry.

He returned to Auckland and joined Takapuna Endodontics in 2006.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: NZACD 2014 6 OF THE BEST Speaker: Warren Barclay BCom
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: Dental Education Patient Management Practice Management
Event Type: Workshop
14-Nov-14 Auckland Running a business involves more than obsessing over the numbers. Critical flaws in delivering patient experience can often be easily rectified, with the result of boosting internal referrals. The economics of price point and marketing spend and ROI on Internal vs. External will be discussed. Practical tips ranging from branding to timing of expansion will give even the most established practice goals to implement and realistically attain.


Outcomes
- The attendee will gain practical feedback relative to global patient experience and receive ideas for implementation.
- The attendee will learn about marketing strategies and return on investment directed at both internal and external sources and which is more financially efficient.
- The attendee will learn about the Importance of target market identification
- The attendee will learn how pricing structure can be optimised to attain more patients without compromising the bottom line.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
Dental Education Patient Management Practice Management
 
Date
14 Nov 2014

Duration
1 hrs

Venue
CROWNE PLAZA AUCKLAND 128 ALBERT STREET

Location
AUCKLAND

Speaker
Warren Barclay BCom

Warren is the Managing Director of Care Group Limited and the Experience Group. After graduating from Canterbury University with a Bachelor of Commerce, he held numerous senior marketing, sales and management roles with national and multinational companies including DHL International, NZ Historic Places Trust, UDC Finance, Interpack Worldwide and AMP.

Warren has been involved in commercial sports and events for over 15 years owning and managing his own sports, hospitality, travel and event management businesses through Capital Events Limited, Lions Hospitality 2005 Limited, Hospitality NZ 2011 and the Experience Group companies.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: NZACD 2014 6 OF THE BEST Speaker: Dr Kim Gear MMEDSCI, BDS, MBCHB, BSc
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: Dental Education Dental Technology Oral & General Health Oral Medicine
Event Type: Workshop
14-Nov-14 Auckland Part I: Identification and Management of the Potentially Malignant Oral Lesion
We are often faced with patients who present with oral ulceration for which we are trying to determine its etiology.

This presentation will provide tools to assess, diagnose and subsequently manage patients who present with intraoral lesions.

 

Part II: Dry Mouth - Underestimated and Often Overlooked
Nearly one third of the population will be affected by dry mouth. Patients can lose up to 50% of their protective saliva before they become aware of their symptoms. Not only does it affect quality of life, it has significant implications for the oral health and general well being of the patient.

This talk will aim to discuss the causes of dry mouth and the assessment and management of this increasingly common condition.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
Dental Education Dental Technology Oral & General Health Oral Medicine
 
Date
14 Nov 2014

Duration
1 hrs

Venue
CROWNE PLAZA AUCKLAND 128 ALBERT STREET

Location
AUCKLAND

Speaker
Dr Kim Gear MMEDSCI, BDS, MBCHB, BSc

Kim Gear is an Oral Medicine Specialist based at Greenlane and Auckland City Hospital. She is dual qualified in Medicine and Dentistry and has an honours degree in microbiology.

Kim sees and manages general oral medicine clinical cases but her main interest lies in the area of Head and Neck Malignancies. Kim's dissertation for her Master of Medical Science in Oral Medicine was on the Quality of Life in Patients treated for Head and Neck Malignancies. Her current research through the University of Auckland is related to the oral micro biome and the premalignant and malignant oral lesion, the influence of the oral micro biome in radiation therapy induced oral mucositis and the analysis of HPV in the oropharyngeal malignancies.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: NZACD 2014 6 OF THE BEST Speaker: Dr Richard Longbottom BDS, Cert Perio, MDS Periodontist
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: Dental Education Dental Implants Periodontics Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
14-Nov-14 Auckland The delegate will be treated to an introduction of complete arch implant supported options including:

1) Locator supported and bar supported reconstructions
2) All-On-4
3) Fixed implant supported bridgework.
 
Implant dentistry is changing with digital planning and streamlined workflows, small diameter implants, new surface technologies, immediate loading, new grafting techniques. This introduction will guide you through the minefield of new technologies contrasted with patient desires looking at the latest research. Team work is required for careful diagnosis and treatment planning for implant supported complete oral rehabilitation.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
Dental Education Dental Implants Periodontics Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
14 Nov 2014

Duration
1 hrs

Venue
CROWNE PLAZA AUCKLAND 128 ALBERT STREET

Location
AUCKLAND

Speaker
Dr Richard Longbottom BDS, Cert Perio, MDS Periodontist

Dr Richard Longbottom is a New Zealander who graduated from the University of Otago School of Dentistry BDS.

From 1998-2001, he trained at the prestigious University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC, USA and completed his Masters in Implantology and Periodontology. He is currently Adjunct Assistant Professor to the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. He is a Fellow of the International Team of Implantologists. Dr Longbottom lectures internationally to dentists, dental hygienists and dental therapists.

He is currently practicing at 31 Peach Parade, Remuera, Auckland where he is in full time private practice.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: NZACD 2014 6 OF THE BEST Speaker: Dr Dusan Kuzmanovic DDS, MDS Prosthodontist
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: Dental Education Dental Technology Prosthodontics Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
14-Nov-14 Auckland This lecture will review a current evidence-based knowledge and the latest techniques and procedures necessary for rehabilitation of the edentulous patient.

Particular attention will be paid to the functional and aesthetic rehabilitating possibilities and the different clinical and technical steps which can lead to a successful rehabilitation. Principles of treatment planning for implant supported/retained prosthesis will be also reviewed.

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Understand the rehabilitation concepts for edentulous patients
- Identify suitable patients and risk factors for treatment with implant supported/retained prosthesis.
- Understand the long-term maintenance requirements of patients restored with implant supported/retained prosthesis and conventional complete dentures.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
Dental Education Dental Technology Prosthodontics Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
14 Nov 2014

Duration
1 hrs

Venue
CROWNE PLAZA AUCKLAND 128 ALBERT STREET

Location
AUCKLAND

Speaker
Dr Dusan Kuzmanovic DDS, MDS Prosthodontist

Dr Dusan Kuzmanovic graduated from Belgrade University (Serbia) with a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 1988. Dusan moved to New Zealand in 1995 to further his education. After completing a Diploma in Restorative dentistry in 1999 (Otago) and MDS Prosthodontics (Otago) in 2002, he became a Senior Lecturer at the School of Dentistry, University of Otago. Concurrently he runs a specialist prosthodontic practice and a research centre at Advanced Prosthodontics, Auckland, New Zealand. During his academic career he have conducted several clinical and laboratory-based research projects. The results of his studies have been disseminated through refereed conference proceedings and resulted in numerous publications in peer-review international journals. By invitation, Dusan has presented many lectures and continuing education courses in Prosthodontics nationally and internationally.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry

Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: NZACD 2014 6 OF THE BEST Speaker: Dr Andrea Shepperson BDS
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: Dental Education Dental Technology Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
14-Nov-14 Auckland Aesthetic dentistry is technically demanding. It also involves inter-personal skills, strict protocols and documentation to avoid communication breakdown and unmet expectation. Dr Shepperson will share 20 years of experience delivering aesthetic solutions and outline the pitfalls and triumphs of care.
 
Learn how to:
- Recognise patients with unreasonable expectations
- Meet your medico-legal requirements in delivering aesthetic dentistry
- Simple digital documentation
- Pre-op assessment and red flags - when to expect trouble.
- Digital Smile Design as a diagnostic indicator of risk
- The importance of systematic protocols for the dental team to ensure satisfaction for dentist, patient and ceramist.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
Dental Education Dental Technology Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
14 Nov 2014

Duration
1 hrs

Venue
CROWNE PLAZA AUCKLAND 128 ALBERT STREET

Location
AUCKLAND

Speaker
Dr Andrea Shepperson BDS

Dr Andrea Shepperson graduated from the University of Otago in 1984 and has been influential in shaping the New Zealand dental scene though innovation, trend setting and clinical excellence. She has contributed to the development of dentists and dental staff through lecture programmes, hands-on demonstrations and discussion groups.

She is currently Clinical Leader at Lumino’s City Dental at Quay Park, a general and cosmetic practice in Auckland. Her clinical interest and expertise is aesthetic reconstruction including implant restorations, particularly in the aesthetic zone.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Multi-Location: Innovations in Calcium Based Technologies Speaker: Professor Ian Meyers
Format: DVD/CD/Video
Category: Dental Materials Pain Control & Diagnostics Preventative Dentistry
Event Type: Multi-Location
28-Oct-14 Auckland Lecture 2: Practical Prevention - Implementing Contemporary Products and Procedures and the Clinical Regimes to Optimise Outcomes.

As our knowledge and understanding of managing biofilms, saliva, and the physiology and biology of the oral environment evolves there has been a number of changes and improvements in products and technologies used to assist our clinical practice and provide greater oral health benefits to patients. This presentation will look at a range of preventive products and procedures currently available and how specific regimes can be implemented to assist with the prevention and management of caries and tooth erosion in patients of all ages.

Format
DVD/CD/Video

Category
Dental Materials Pain Control & Diagnostics Preventative Dentistry
 
Date
28 Oct 2014

Duration
1 hrs

Venue
Young Dental Centre 21 St Johns Rd Meadowbank.

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Professor Ian Meyers

Ian Meyers is currently in general dental practice in Brisbane and has honorary professorial positions with The University of Queensland School of Dentistry, and James Cook University School of Medicine and Dentistry. He is a product consultant to a range of dental companies, a member of the International Association for Dental Research, Chairman of the Australian Dental Research Foundation and a member of the editorial board of The Australian Dental Journal.

Organizers
3M New Zealand Ltd


3M ESPE Dental Products
 94 Apollo Drive
 Rosedale

 Auckland 0632
NEW ZEALAND

Janine Williams
 tel: 09 477 6624
 fax: 09 477 6679
 email: jwilliams2@mmm.com
Workshop: What's new with Dental Sedation? Speaker: Dr Graham Shaw, BDS
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: Sedation General Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
21-Oct-14 Auckland Dr Graham Shaw will discuss how dental sedation is still widely used, and remains a valuable adjunct to the general dentists’ services. In his presentation he will ask dentists whether they are thinking about doing sedation, or are currently using sedation, if so then there are some changes that are relevant for the future use and improved safety of sedation. The recent changes to the guidelines for medical emergencies, and likely changes to the sedation guidelines will also be discussed.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
Sedation General Dentistry
 
Date
21 Oct 2014

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerlsie Events Centre

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Graham Shaw, BDS

Graham graduated from Otago University in 1985, and spent a year as a dental house surgeon at Christchurch hospital. At the completion of that year he traveled to the UK for the typical Kiwi OE. He was based in London and working in Sloane Square at a private practice for a few years then returned to NZ. After working in a practice in Northcote Graham founded his own practice, Jervois Dental in Herne Bay. Graham has a passion not only for dentistry but also for new techniques and technology and is the President of the NZSSD.

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association

PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Multi-Location: Mastering Consent and Shared Decision Making Speaker: Dr Dexter Bambery
Format: Lecture
Category: Patient Management
Event Type: Multi-Location
11-Oct-14 Auckland Lack of engagement and understanding about important decisions is the basis of many complaints

Patient expectation and ownership of treatment decisions are commonly at the heart of complaints. Patients who are well-informed and highly engaged when deciding between treatment options have a better acceptance of unexpected or unwanted consequences.
 
The Mastering Consent and Shared Decision Making workshop examines the principles of consent and the specific skills dental professionals require in adopting shared decision making.

By attending this workshop you will:
• understand the process of shared decision making and its importance in effective patient relationships
• learn techniques that will assist you in meeting the rising expectations of patients for information about their healthcare choices
• reduce your likelihood of complaints and disciplinary action arising from clinical decision making consultations

Format
Lecture

Category
Patient Management
 
Date
11 Oct 2014

Duration
2.83 hrs

Venue
NZDA House 1/195 Main Highway, Ellerslie

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Dexter Bambery
BDS, FDSRCS(Eng), FRACDS, DipClinDent, FICD, FPFA, FNZDA

After thirty years in General Dental Practice in Wellington city Dexter Bambery sold his share of a group practice and now works two days a week in private practice and spends three days a week as Professional Advisor to the Dental Council of New Zealand.

Dexter has experience over a number of years with the New Zealand Dental Association’s Peer Review programme, a mediation service for dealing with complaints about dental practitioners and was chair of the Dentists Disciplinary Tribunal for eight years. Dexter chaired the working party for the implementation of the current Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act and continues his involvement with the Dental Council as advisor in the area of professional standards.

Other interests include Rotary and as a Past District Governor continues to be actively involved at local and international level. He has a special interest in leadership training, especially for the incoming Rotary Club presidents.

Organizers
DPL Educational Services


NZDA
 PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
New Zealand

Kirsten McCarthy
 tel: 09 579 8001
 fax: 09 580 0010
 email: kirsten@nzda.org.nz
Multi-Location: Concepts in Restorative Dentistry Speaker: Prof Karl Lyons & Dr Don Schwass
Format: Lecture
Category: Prosthodontics Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Multi-Location
3-Oct-14 Hamilton There are a number of considerations when planning prosthodontic treatment including restorative options for restoring an edentulous space, material choice and occlusal considerations. In dental practice, what are the occlusal principles that need to be considered when planning treatment, when is a bridge a suitable option, and when and why would a dentist recommend an all-ceramic restoration.

In this seminar, participants will be guided through an approach to assess and manage the occlusion, how to treatment plan and restore an edentulous space with a bridge, and how to select an appropriate ceramic.
 

The aims of this presentation are to show:

The principles of occlusion in general practice dentistry including:
- How to conduct an occlusal examination and incorporate occlusal in treatment planning
- The role of occlusion in the longevity of restorations
 

The principles of restoring an edentulous space with a bridge, including:
- Case Selection, treatment planning and design considerations for bridges
- Assessing vital and non-vital abutment teeth
- Principles of tooth preparation and impressions for bridges
- Longevity of bridges in dental practice
 

The use of ceramics in dentistry including:
- Ceramic systems
- Indications for all-ceramic restorations
- Tooth preparation, cementation and finishing
- Why ceramic restorations fail

Format
Lecture

Category
Prosthodontics Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
03 Oct 2014

Duration
6 hrs

Venue
Novotel Hamilton 7 Alma Street

Location
Hamilton

Speaker
Prof Karl Lyons & Dr Don Schwass

Prof Karl Lyons BDS, MDS, Cert Maxillofacial Prost., FRACDS, PhD, FADI
Karl is a Professor and Prosthodontist in the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Otago, where he is currently Head of the Department of Oral Rehabilitation. He completed a BDS, a postgraduate prosthodontics programme and a PhD at Otago and his maxillofacial prosthetics training at the University of California, Los Angeles. Karl is involved in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching, has lectured nationally and internationally in various areas of research. Karl is a past president of The Australian New Zealand Academy of Prosthodontics and the New Zealand Association of Prosthodontics and Restorative Dentists.

 

Dr Don Schwass BDS, BSc, DClinDent (Pros), FPFA
Don Schwass is a Prosthodontist and senior lecturer in the Department on Oral Rehabilitation, teaching Cariology, Restorative Dentistry, and Prosthodontics since 2010.

With over 17 years of private practice experience as a general dentist prior to specialising in Prosthodontics, for the last four years has worked after hours in part-time private specialist practice in addition to fulfilling his university role. Clinically, Don is particularly interested in the integration of digital technologies such as CBCT and CAD/CAM into practice. Don has been an independent advisor to ACC, HDC and DC(NZ) for many years.

Don’s main research interests are with the development of diagnostic technologies and novel instruments for dental caries, and he holds a provisional product patent involving micelle-stabilised silver nanoparticles with unique antimicrobial and optical properties.

Organizers
NZDA Kirsten


NZDA
 PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
 Auckland
New Zealand

Kirsten McCarthy
 tel: 09 579 8001
 fax: 09 580 0010
 email: kirsten@nzda.org.nz
Workshop: Child Oral Health in New Zealand Speaker: Dr Katie Ayers
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: Branch Meetings General Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
16-Sep-14 Auckland Dr Ayers as a practising specialist paediatric dentist and also in her capacity as the oral health advisor for the Midland group of District Health Boards will give her personal perspective on the current controversies in paediatric dentistry and demonstrate that paediatric patients can be fun.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
Branch Meetings General Dentistry
 
Date
16 Sep 2014

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Events Centre, Ascot Ave, Remuera

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Katie Ayers

Katie Ayers, BDS,MDS,PhD. FAHI specialist paediatric dentist working aprt time in practice and also as Oral health Advisor for Midland group of DHBs. Recipient of Royal college of dental Surgeons Young lecturer Award in 2000 and NZDA outstanding Young Dentist in 2005. Member of RACDS , fellowship of Academy of Dentistry International and International College of Dentists, Member and Board Rep of NZDA, Trustee and director of MAS.

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Workshop: Endodontic Extremes Speaker: Dr David Parkins
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: Endodontics
Event Type: Workshop
15-Jul-14 Auckland This lecture will be presented as a number of case studies from the practice of Dr David Parkins.

Dr Parkins explains that for the majority of patients seen in his practice, most of the endodontic procedures carried out are basically routine. However, every day there are surprises and challenges. Diagnosis of the source of infection (incorporating cone beam Ct), management of acute pain, the possibility of more than one tooth causing the problem, infection spreading beyond the original source, trauma cases requiring sedation (oral/I.V.), anatomical anomalies, surgical and restorative challenges are but a few of the possibilities.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
Endodontics
 
Date
15 Jul 2014

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Events Centre Ascot Ave, Remuera

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr David Parkins

Dr David Parkins, BDS, Cert Endo (Texas), FICD, Fellow NZDA. David graduated BDS in 1980 from Otago University and completed his post graduate studies in Endodontics in 1986 at the Baylor College of Dentistry, Dallas, Texas, USA. He established a private specialist endodontic practice in Auckland in 1986 and continues in that position today. David is a past president of the NZ Endodontic Society and Australian and new Zealand Academy of Endodontics. He lectures in Endodontics in New Zealand and internationally as well as presenting hands on training courses.

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Workshop: Fluoridation - How to answer your patients queries and spread the word Speaker: Dr Heather Keall
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: General Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
17-Jun-14 Auckland Fluoridation - How to answer your patient’s queries and spread the word.

This lecture is about communicating the water fluoridation message to the community one patient at a time.

Heather Keall is the ADA Fluoridation spokesperson and her experience as an orthodontist in the cleft lip and palate and craniofacial deformities clinic has given her a unique opportunity to observe children’s dental health both in a longitudinal and a cross sectional way as she manages patients from a wide geographical area from their birth until age 20. From the clinical perspective she has been able to see the difference that water fluoridation makes in terms if burden of care for these children.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
General Dentistry
 
Date
17 Jun 2014

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Events Centre Racecourse Road, Ascot Ave Remuera

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Heather Keall
Dr Heather Keall, BDS, Dip Clin Dent, MS

Heather graduated with a BDS from Otago in 1977 and obtained her specialist Orthodontic qualification from the University of Michigan in 1986. She also has a postgraduate diploma in paediatric dentistry. Heather served in the New Zealand Army until 1997, and is currently a Consultant orthodontist with the Cleft Lip and Palate Service at Middlemore Hospital. She has a small private practice in West Harbour which she shares with her husband Chris who is a Specialist Restorative Dentist.

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Workshop: Digital Innovation in Orthodontics Speaker: Drs Fiona Turner & Donna Lim
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: Branch Meetings Orthodontics
Event Type: Workshop
20-May-14 Auckland Orthodontics like all areas of our lives has been experiencing significant growth in the use of digital technology. This presentation will review the impact of digital orthodontics on the field of orthodontics. This is seen from diagnosis and treatment planning through to enhancements for treatment with customised appliances for targeted and efficient management.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
Branch Meetings Orthodontics
 
Date
20 May 2014

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Events Centre, Ascot Ave, Remuera

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Drs Fiona Turner & Donna Lim

Dr Fiona Turner , BDS (Bristol, UK), Master of Dental Science (Otago, NZ), MDS, Fellowship of Dental Surgery FDSRCS.Fiona graduated with her dental degree from Bristol University in 1991. As a dentist Fiona worked in hospitals and general practice. She also lectured and worked at the University of Otago. Fiona gained her Fellowship at the Royal College of Surgeons and then went on to complete her Masters Degree in Orthodontics at the University of Otago. Fiona has practised as an orthodontist in Auckland and Oxford, England, specialising in the treatment of children with cleft palate and other severe facial problems. Fiona returned to Auckland as a part-time orthodontic consultant at Greenlane Hospital and joined this practice in 2004. In 2005 Fiona took over from Dr Anthony Lawrence when he retired. She is a member of New Zealand Association of Orthodontists (NZAO), World Federation of Orthodontists (WFO)

Dr Donna Lim, BDS (Otago ),Graduate Diploma of Clinical Dentistry (Melbourne, Australia),Doctor of Clinical Dentistry (Orthodontics) Melbourne, Australia, Membership in Orthodontics Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh.)Donna completed her undergraduate dental training at the University of Otago in 1996. She has worked in private practice in Auckland, London and Melbourne and also at the Royal Melbourne Dental Hospital. Donna completed her Doctor of Clinical Dentistry degree at the University of Melbourne in 2005. Donna has recently returned to Auckland, after spending three and a half years in the United Kingdom working as an orthodontist in specialist private practice.

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association

PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Workshop: Enamel: Dentistry Beyond the No8 wire. Speaker: Professor Jules Kieser
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: General Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
15-Apr-14 Auckland Professor Kieser will discuss enamel from the perspective that the teeth of humans are used several thousand times a day. This is lower than in our nearest primate relatives, a discrepancy has been attributed to the effects of cooking food, which reduces the importance of food breakdown in the mouth. Even so, humans make millions of potentially damaging mechanical contacts in a lifetime, and there are no current solutions to the engineering of any material that could compare to the exceptional damage tolerance of human dental enamel.

Damage to teeth via contact with either ingested foods, extraneous particles ingested with them, or opposing teeth takes place at various scales. Whatever the extent of damage, we the dentists, have to understand the magic of this unique material, before we can restore it.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
General Dentistry
 
Date
15 Apr 2014

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerlie Events Centre, Ascot Ave, Remuera

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Professor Jules Kieser
Professor Jules Kieser, BSc BDS PhD DSc FLS FDSRCS(Ed) FFSSoc

Professor Kieser was born in 1950 in Pretoria, South Africa and obtained his BSc from the University of the Witwatersrand in 1971. He qualified as a dentist in 1975 then completed his compulsory Army year before going into practice first in the outback of S. Africa and subsequently in London and Johannesburg. While in practice, he received a PhD in 1989 and was appointed as Reader in Craniofacial Biology and also Honorary Professor of Anatomy at Wits. In 1996 Jules was appointed to the Chair, and Head of the Department of Oral Sciences, University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand. He subsequently obtained a DSc in 2001 and was awarded an ad hominem Fellowship in Dental Surgery from the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh. Professor Kieser was recently elected as a professional Fellow of the Forensic Science Society (UK). In 2009 he was appointed as the inaugural Director of the Sir John Walsh Research Institute.

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Workshop: Clinical Governance, Quality Standards and Ethics Speaker: Dr Jocelyn Logan
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: General Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
18-Mar-14 Auckland The speaker will examine all aspects of clinical governance, quality standards and ethics within dentistry . The question of how these concepts fit in to a dental practice business plan will be addressed.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
General Dentistry
 
Date
18 Mar 2014

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Events Centre, Ascot Ave, Remuera

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Jocelyn Logan

Dr Jocelyn Logan, BDS. Dip GDP) MBA is an Otago graduate who worked in the UK for a number of years. During that time she gained a Diploma in General Dental Practice and a Masters Degree in Business Administration. As well as owning her own practice she worked as a lecturer and course coordinator for the UK Dental Vocational Training Scheme, as Dental Adviser to two Primary Care Trusts (NZ Health Board equivalent) and Associate Dento-legal adviser for Dental Protection Limited.

Ethics, the dentist-patient relationship, clinical governance and practice management are her particular areas of interest. She is the current Vice President of the ADA and holds the position of Chairperson of the Central Peer Review Committee.

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association

PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Workshop: House Surgeons Research Speaker: Drs Simon Olliver, Megan Henzell & Laura Atkinson
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: General Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
19-Nov-13 Auckland Three House Surgeons from Auckland : Simon Olliver, Megan Henzell and Laura Atkinson will present their research on the topics Dental Tourism, The Predicament of the Penicillin Allergy and MRSA in NZ Hospitals.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
General Dentistry
 
Date
19 Nov 2013

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Events Centre

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Drs Simon Olliver, Megan Henzell & Laura Atkinson

All are recent graduates working as house surgeons in Auckland hospitals.

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Workshop: Peer Review Training Day Speaker: Peer Review Committee Chairs
Format: Other
Category: Patient Management
Event Type: Workshop
30-Oct-13 Auckland Peer Review Committee selection, Report writing and record keeping, Communication with CAOs and each other, Review of Peer Review manual and any additional items brought up by attendees.

Format
Other

Category
Patient Management
 
Date
30 Oct 2013

Duration
7 hrs

Venue
NZDA House 1/195 Main Highway Ellerslie

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Peer Review Committee Chairs
Chairperson - Dr Jocelyn Logan, BDS

Organizers
NZDA Kirsten


NZDA
 PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
 Auckland
New Zealand

Kirsten McCarthy
 tel: 09 579 8001
 fax: 09 580 0010
 email: kirsten@nzda.org.nz
Workshop: How to turn a complaint into a positive learning experience Speaker: Drs Tania Stuart and Jocelyn Logan
Format: Lecture
Category: General Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
17-Oct-13 Auckland This course will cover the anatomy, physiology and biochemistry of Complaints.

Dentists will be asked to consider questions such as: What are the structures which deal with complaints? What do all those acronyms mean? How do they work and relate to each other? What are the common complaints? What does a good resolution look like? How do these affect us as practitioners?

Have you ever had a complaint that disrupted your practice life? Do you welcome compliments and complaints in your practice? When was the last time you surveyed your patients about their opinion of their service?

Does your practice have someone trained in dealing with complaints and is there a written procedure to be followed?

A complaint is an expression of an opinion about your practice this course will help dentists to use it positively.

Format
Lecture

Category
General Dentistry
 
Date
17 Oct 2013

Duration
3 hrs

Venue
NZDA House 1/195 Main Highway Ellerslie

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Drs Tania Stuart and Jocelyn Logan

Jocelyn Logan is an Otago graduate who worked in the UK for a number of years. During that time she gained a Diploma in General Dental Practice and a Masters Degree in Business Administration. As well as owning her own practice she worked as lecturer and course coordinator for the UK Dental Vocational Training Scheme, Dental Adviser to two Primary Care Trusts (NZ Health Board equivalent) and Associate Dento-legal adviser for Dental Protection Limited.

Tania Stuart has been consumer affairs officer for ADA since 2004. She graduated from Otago Dental School in the 80’s and has since worked in private practice in suburban and central Auckland. She now practices in Alexandra, Central Otago - relishing the rural aspect of practice. Her post graduate studies include Health Law and Applied Healthcare Ethics. At present she is doing research into the effects of a complaint on a dentist through Otago University. Other areas of interest include asking questions such as “Is Dentistry a profession?” “How should professionals behave?” “Do professions have a social purpose?” “ How do professions, ethics and business relate to one another?”

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association

PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Workshop: Dental Implants: Treatment planning and Execution - moderate to advanced rehabilitation in edentulous patients Speaker: Dr Stephen Travis, Prosthodontist
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Implants
Event Type: Workshop
5-Sep-13 Auckland Speaker: Dr Stephen Travis, Prosthodontist

This programme is for the clinician with some experience in prosthetic implant rehabilitation. It will provide knowledge and skills related to more complex prosthetic procedures. There will be an overview of prosthetic solutions in a variety of implant cases will illustrate different techniques involved in obtaining long-lasting function in demanding situations. Biomechanical and aesthetic considerations including treatment planning from prosthodontic perspective will be presented and discussed, providing practical knowledge relating to implant oriented restorative protocols and enhancing strategies to deal with more demanding situations.

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Implants
 
Date
05 Sep 2013

Duration
3 hrs

Venue
The Conservatory SKYCITY Grand Hotel 90 Federal Street

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Stephen Travis, Prosthodontist

Dr. Stephen Travis - Biography
Stephen has been a registered specialist prosthodontist since 1994, having attended the University of Sydney at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. He is currently a member of the International College of Prosthodontists, the Academy of Australian Prosthodontists, the Australian Society of Prosthodontists and the Australian Osseointegration Society.

Stephen has presented at various societies as well as to the post graduates at Sydney University. He has been a mentor in the Graduate Diploma in Clinical Dentistry (Oral Implants) program at Sydney University and Charles Sturt University. Stephen has also run mentorship programs at his Bondi Junction practice.

He has worked within a specialist group practice environment for the last 20 years and thus developed a finer touch in managing inter disciplinary cases. His prosthodontic interests lie in comprehensive treatment planning, digital dentistry, ceramic materials and craniomandibular dysfunction.

He hopes to one day write a song the whole world will sing.

Organizers
DENTSPLY Implants


Suite 1
 53 Grandview Street
 Pymble
 Sydney
NSW 2073
Australia

Lee Scanlan
 tel: +61 2 9488 3518
 fax: +61 2 9440 0744
 email: lee.scanlan@dentsply.com
Workshop: Seeing is Believing Speaker: Dr John Kwan DDS
Format: Lecture
Category: Periodontics
Event Type: Workshop
29-Aug-13 Remuera Minimally invasive treatments abound in medicine and dentistry. We now provide nonsurgical treatments using micro ultrasonic instrumentation visualizing with the periodontal endoscope. The operating microscope takes dentists into a world of great clarity and precision. Discover a world that has moved periodontics to another level with technologies that enhance your “vision”.

Format
Lecture

Category
Periodontics
 
Date
29 Aug 2013

Duration
3.5 hrs

Venue
Cotter House Ballroom 6 St Vincents Ave Remuera AUCKLAND

Location
Remuera

Speaker
Dr John Kwan DDS

John Y. Kwan, DDS
Dr. Kwan graduated from USC in 1976 with a Bachelor of Science and later received his Doctorate of Dental Surgery from USC in 1981. John served in the US Air Force for 10 years as a general dentist and periodontist.

Dr. Kwan has been published in peer reviewed journals such as the Journal of Periodontology, the Journal of the American Dental Association, and the Journal of the California Dental Association among other national and international journals, and textbooks.

His periodontal practice includes clinical research, education and serving as an advisor to dental product and technology companies. John is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology, and is an Associate Clinical Professor at UCSF School of Dentistry.

Dr. Kwan maintains a private practice in the Oakland/Berkeley area of California. His treatment focus is on minimally invasive care for periodontal and implant patients emphasizing periodontal endoscopy and microsurgery.

John is currently the President and CEO of Perioscopy Incorporated, the providers of periodontal endoscopy equipment, education and technology.

Organizers
Auckland Dental Implant & Perio Care Ltd

31 Peach Parade
 Remuera
 Auckland 1050
NEW ZEALAND

Richard Longbottom
 tel: +64 9 524 2855
 fax: +64 9 524 2854
 email: rick@topgums.co.nz
Workshop: Emerging diseases and oral health Speaker: Prof Crispian Scully
Format: Lecture
Category: Oral Medicine & Pathology
Event Type: Workshop
17-Aug-13 Rotorua A great variety of diseases can affect the mouth and peri-oral region, not only local diseases, but also systemic disorders and cysts, tumours and neoplasms. The clinical manifestations, and frequency of involvement of the mouth, are important to the differential diagnosis, laboratory work-up and treatment.

New diseases have been emerging and are being recognized, not least HIV which has spread relentlessly throughout the world. Hitherto banished infections, particularly tuberculosis, have re-emerged, and intercontinental travel and global warming means that infections classically restricted to tropical areas have been extending into former temperate zones, so that diseases are being imported into areas where they were previously unknown.

On the other hand, the knowledge base of medicine has been extended and effective new technologies, techniques and drugs have been developed, many of which have resulted in orofacial complications.

An increased range of medical problems has thus become relevant to oral health care sciences.

Format
Lecture

Category
Oral Medicine & Pathology
 
Date
17 Aug 2013

Duration
1 hrs

Venue
Energy Events Centre

Location
Rotorua

Speaker
Prof Crispian Scully

Crispian Scully is UCL Emeritus Professor; WHO Collaborating Centre for Oral Health-General Health Director; International Academy of Oral Oncology President; British Society for Oral Medicine Presidentelect; Royal College of Surgeons Council Member; Oral Diseases, and Medicina Oral Editor; Journal of Investigative and Clinical Dentistry Associate Editor.

He has >950 MEDLINE papers, 400 research papers, 200 reviews, 150 chapters, 50 clinical papers, 34 authored and 11 edited books.

He has been awarded the Colgate-Palmolive Prize of International Association for Dental Research,

UCL Fellowship, University Doctorates (Athens, Granada, Helsinki, Pretoria), Medals (Helsinki, Granada, Santiago de Compostela), Awards (Spanish and Greek Oral Medicine Societies), UK Award for Most Outstanding Achievements in Dentistry, and Commander of British Empire (CBE).

Organizers
NZDA Kirsten

NZDA
 PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
 Auckland
New Zealand

Kirsten McCarthy
 tel: 09 579 8001
 fax: 09 580 0010
 email: kirsten@nzda.org.nz
Workshop: The dynamics of orthodontic movement of the periodontally compromised dentition Speaker: Dr Prashant Zaveri
Format: Lecture
Category: Orthodontics Periodontics
Event Type: Workshop
17-Aug-13 Rotorua The orthodontic and periodontic inter-relationship is very important in our current multi-disciplinary approach in dentistry. Significant advances in periodontics have happened over the last decade, including the role of risk factors in disease susceptibility and the discovery of new host-derived cellular and molecular mechanisms that can impact orthodontic treatment decisions and outcomes.

These concepts allows opportunity to explore possibilities and provide good treatment in the ever increasing demand to preserve and improve oral health.

Dr Zaveri will discuss issues that are commonly faced within our practice, including:
• Characteristics of periodontally compromised dentition that can influence orthodontic outcomes.
• Orthodontic treatment strategies that can enhance periodontal health and stability of the dentition.
• Role of risk factors and periodontal disease control during orthodontic treatment.
• Periodontic and orthodontic treatment procedures that can improve treatment outcomes and the long term stability of the dentition.

Format
Lecture

Category
Orthodontics Periodontics
 
Date
17 Aug 2013

Duration
1.25 hrs

Venue
Energy Events Centre

Location
Rotorua

Speaker
Dr Prashant Zaveri

Prashant is a specialist orthodontist in private practice based in Auckland since 2005.

Currently he is:
• Secretary of the New Zealand Association of Orthodontists
• NZ representative to the Asia Pacific Orthodontic Society.


He completed his master’s degree in Periodontics and subsequently in Orthodontics (1989) from University of Bombay, India.

He moved to NZ in 1997 and completed NZDREX (1997), Specialist registration in Orthodontics (2005) and also a post graduate Diploma in Clinical Periodontology from University of Otago with high distinction Sponsored by (2011).

Organizers
NZDA Kirsten


NZDA
 PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
 Auckland
New Zealand

Kirsten McCarthy
 tel: 09 579 8001
 fax: 09 580 0010
 email: kirsten@nzda.org.nz
Workshop: Ceramics in fixed prosthodontics: considerations for use in dental practice and their alternatives Speaker: Prof Karl Lyons
Format: Lecture
Category: Prosthodontics
Event Type: Workshop
17-Aug-13 Rotorua This presentation, will guide you through an approach on how to select an appropriate ceramic, considerations for planning and carrying out treatment, and when to consider alternatives to an all-ceramic restoration?

There are a number of choices available when considering which material to use when crowning a tooth, so why would a dentist recommend an all-ceramic crown? Commonly it is to provide a metal-free tooth coloured restoration. But there are now many ceramic materials available, so how do you choose which ceramic to use, and is an all-ceramic restoration always the best option?

The aims of this presentation are to show:
• Ceramics - what are the choices and how do you choose which ceramic to use?
• Planning and preparation - what are the preparation considerations for ceramic restorations and what are the techniques that can be used for success?
• Alternative options -what are the options to an all-ceramic crown and when should they be considered?

Format
Lecture

Category
Prosthodontics
 
Date
17 Aug 2013

Duration
0.75 hrs

Venue
Energy Events Centre

Location
Rotorua

Speaker
Prof Karl Lyons

Karl Lyons is a Professor and Prosthodontist in the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Otago. He completed a BDS, a postgraduate prosthodontics programme and a PhD at Otago and his maxillofacial prosthetics training at the University of California, Los Angeles.

Karl is involved in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching, has lectured nationally and internationally in various areas of prosthodontics, and is actively involved in prosthodontic research. Karl is a past president of The Australian and New Zealand Academy of Prosthodontists and the New Zealand Association of Prosthodontists and Restorative Dentists.

Organizers
NZDA Kirsten


NZDA
 PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
 Auckland
New Zealand

Kirsten McCarthy
 tel: 09 579 8001
 fax: 09 580 0010
 email: kirsten@nzda.org.nz
Workshop: Endodontic extremes Speaker: Dr David Parkins
Format: Lecture
Category: Endodontics
Event Type: Workshop
17-Aug-13 Rotorua This lecture will be presented as a number of case presentations.

For the majority of patients seen in my practice, most of the endodontic procedures carried out are basically routine. However, every day there are surprises and challenges. Diagnosis of the source of infection (incorporating Cone Beam CT ), management of acute pain, the possibility of more than one tooth causing the problem, infection spreading beyond the initial source, trauma cases requiring sedation ( oral / I.V. ), anatomical anomalies, surgical and restorative challenges are but a few possibilities.

Format
Lecture

Category
Endodontics
 
Date
17 Aug 2013

Duration
1 hrs

Venue
Energy Events Centre

Location
Rotorua

Speaker
Dr David Parkins

David Parkins graduated BDS in 1980 from the University of Otago and completed his post graduate studies in Endodontics in 1986 at the Baylor College of Dentistry, Dallas, Texas, USA.

He established a private specialist endodontic practice in Auckland in 1986 and continues in that position today. David is a past president of the NZ Endodontic Society and Australian and New Zealand Academy of Endodontics, lectures on Endodontics in New Zealand and internationally as well as presenting hands on training courses.

Organizers
NZDA Kirsten


NZDA
 PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
 Auckland
New Zealand

Kirsten McCarthy
 tel: 09 579 8001
 fax: 09 580 0010
 email: kirsten@nzda.org.nz
Workshop: Session One: Maximising performance of composite resin materials & Diabetes and periodontal disease - the two way interaction Speaker: Prof David Hussey & Dr Rod Marshall
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: Dental Materials Periodontics
Event Type: Workshop
17-Aug-13 Rotorua Maximising performance of composite resin materials, presented by Prof David Hussey

This lecture will highlight clinical methods to get maximum aesthetic and functional performance from composite resin materials. Composite restoratives have changed dramatically over the past forty years with developments in glass technology and resin matrix materials.
 
This lecture will reinforce the principles of cavity preparation and the differences that should be considered in anterior and posterior regions. The novel use of matrices will be discussed along with developments in bonding agents, light curing and finishing. Evidence of composite resin performance will be presented from the dental literature with appropriate references. The recent introduction of dentine replacement composites will be covered and there will be a series of clinical examples to demonstrate how superior results can be obtained.

Diabetes and periodontal disease - the two way interaction, presented by Dr Rod Marshall

This lecture will examine the way in which poorly controlled diabetes can alter the presentation of periodontal disease and how management of both conditions is essential for effective control of both.

The interaction between these two conditions is increasingly understood. With almost 5% of Kiwis currently diagnosed with diabetes and another 100 000 that just haven’t been diagnosed yet this is a large and growing problem for the country and the individuals involved.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
Dental Materials Periodontics
 
Date
17 Aug 2013

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Energy Events Centre

Location
Rotorua

Speaker
Prof David Hussey & Dr Rod Marshall

Prof David Hussey
Professor David Hussey graduated from Queen’s University, Belfast in 1978. Following appointments in hospital dentistry and general dental practice he completed his Fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons (Glasgow) in 1984. In 1986/87 he was a Visiting Professor at the University of Western Ontario, Canada.

David was appointed as a Senior Lecturer/Consultant in Restorative Dentistry at Queen’s University in 1989. For over 20 years he has run the Total Patient Care unit for final year undergraduate students.

As a hospital based consultant he accepts general restorative referrals from dental practitioners.

In 2004, David was appointed as the Postgraduate Dental Dean for Northern Ireland and in this post he manages the continuing education programme for dentists and dental care professionals. He also runs the Foundation Programme for newly qualified dentists as well as specialist dental training programmes.

David has recently been appointed as an Inspector for the General Dental Council for their Quality Assurance Programme.
 

Dr Rod Marshall
Rod graduated with honours in dentistry (University of Queensland) in 1988. He completed his periodontal speciality degree in 1992 and worked as a senior registrar at Westmead Hospital. In 1995 he was appointed lecturer in periodontology at UQ and completed his special stream fellowship in 2000. Appointed senior lecturer in 2001, Rod is a fellow of a number of international academies and has lectured across Australia and internationally.

He has held executive positions for the Australian Society of Periodontology, the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Periodontists, the RACDS and the ANZ Division of the International Association for Dental Research. In addition to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and authoring over 30 papers in the international literature Rod now maintains a full time specialist periodontal practice in Brisbane. He holds adjunct senior lecturer and associate professor appointments at UQ and Griffith University.

Organizers
NZDA Kirsten


NZDA
 PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
 Auckland
New Zealand

Kirsten McCarthy
 tel: 09 579 8001
 fax: 09 580 0010
 email: kirsten@nzda.org.nz
Workshop: Conservative management of toothwear - treatment strategies Speaker: Prof David Hussey
Format: Lecture
Category: General Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
16-Aug-13 Rotorua Epidemiological data seems to suggest that there is an increase in patients presenting with toothwear issues. This lecture will review the aetiology and prevalence of toothwear in modern society using clinical examples from a range of cases.

Basic management is structured on the identification of the cause and patient acceptance that the problems are treatable using modern restorative techniques. In many cases the overall management will involve a team approach with involvement of other healthcare professionals.
 
The influence of diet and gastro-oesophageal reflux disease on the erosion of enamel and dentine will be discussed.

The lecture will outline treatment strategies to manage toothwear cases, concentrating on preventative and minimally conservative techniques particularly the use of composite resin materials applied to anterior and posterior teeth. Suggestions will be made on how to maximize the retention of composite materials to compromised tooth structures with acceptable aesthetic outcomes.

Format
Lecture

Category
General Dentistry
 
Date
16 Aug 2013

Duration
1 hrs

Venue
Energy Events Centre

Location
Rotorua

Speaker
Prof David Hussey

Professor David Hussey graduated from Queen’s University, Belfast in 1978. Following appointments in hospital dentistry and general dental practice he completed his Fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons (Glasgow) in 1984. In 1986/87 he was a Visiting Professor at the University of Western Ontario, Canada.

David was appointed as a Senior Lecturer/Consultant in Restorative Dentistry at Queen’s University in 1989. For over 20 years he has run the Total Patient Care unit for final year undergraduate students.

As a hospital based consultant he accepts general restorative referrals from dental practitioners.

In 2004, David was appointed as the Postgraduate Dental Dean for Northern Ireland and in this post he manages the continuing education programme for dentists and dental care professionals. He also runs the Foundation Programme for newly qualified dentists as well as specialist dental training programmes.

David has recently been appointed as an Inspector for the General Dental Council for their Quality Assurance Programme.

Organizers
NZDA Kirsten


NZDA
 PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
 Auckland
New Zealand

Kirsten McCarthy
 tel: 09 579 8001
 fax: 09 580 0010
 email: kirsten@nzda.org.nz
Workshop: Session One: An update on trigeminal pain; it’s diagnosis and management & Oral cancer - diagnosis and effective treatments Speaker: Prof Tara Renton & Prof Crispian Scully
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: Oral & General Health Pain Control & Diagnostics
Event Type: Workshop
16-Aug-13 Rotorua An update on trigeminal pain; it’s diagnosis and management, presented by Prof Tara Renton

This presentation will:-

1. Familiarise the delegate with current chronic trigeminal pain classification
2. Familiarise the delegate with an update on the assessment of patients with chronic trigeminal pain
3. Understand the principles of management of patients with chronic trigeminal pain
4. Highlight a simple strategy on identifying those patients with neuropathic pain BEFORE you operate
 

Oral cancer - diagnosis and effective treatments, presented by Prof Crispian Scully

Oral cancer appears to be increasing in incidence, especially in younger people and in many countries. Better understanding of the aetiopathogenesis should lead to more accurate and earlier diagnosis and more effective treatments with fewer adverse effects.

Cancer is the result of DNA mutations arising spontaneously and from the action of various mutagens, especially in tobacco and alcohol. A range of other risk factors is also now recognised. A sequence of genetic changes leads eventually to loss of growth control and autonomy. Countering these changes are mechanisms to metabolise carcinogens, repair DNA damage, control growth, and defend against cancer. Cancer is a consequence of an interaction of these many factors.

The reliable differentiation of malignant and potentially malignant disorders from benign lesions by clinical inspection alone is unreliable. Diagnosis has the potential to be aided by detection of tissue, histological, cellular and, increasingly, by molecular changes and even changes in body fluids.

However, before their introduction, all new such techniques require multicentre cross-sectional/longitudinal controlled trials in high and low risk populations with histological outcomes.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
Oral & General Health Pain Control & Diagnostics
 
Date
16 Aug 2013

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Energy Events Centre

Location
Rotorua

Speaker
Prof Tara Renton & Prof Crispian Scully

Prof Tara Renton
Tara Renton (Specialist in Oral Surgery) is a dentist with a particular interest in trigeminal nerve injuries and trigeminal pain. After completing her oral and maxillofacial surgical training in Melbourne Tara undertook a PhD in trigeminal nerve injury at KCL 1999-2003. She was later appointed Senior Lecturer at QMUL and then was awarded her chair in 2006 at Kings College London.

Over the past 6 years Tara led the teaching of 180 dental students for each year 3, 4 and 5. She has established academic training programmes which have trained oral surgeons undertaking PhD studies in trigeminal nerve injury and pain research.

Tara is the National advisor for Oral Surgery, she is a council member for BAOS and is an elected member of the RCS England Dental Faculty Committee.

More recently patient funding has led to the development and set up of a website dedicated to patients and clinicians educating, preventing and improving the management of dentistry related trigeminal nerve injuries (Trigeminalnerve.org.uk).
 

Prof Crispian Scully
Crispian Scully is UCL Emeritus Professor; WHO Collaborating Centre for Oral Health-General Health Director; International Academy of Oral Oncology President; British Society for Oral Medicine Presidentelect; Royal College of Surgeons Council Member; Oral Diseases, and Medicina Oral Editor; Journal of Investigative and Clinical Dentistry Associate Editor.

He has >950 MEDLINE papers, 400 research papers, 200 reviews, 150 chapters, 50 clinical papers, 34 authored and 11 edited books.
 
He has been awarded the Colgate-Palmolive Prize of International Association for Dental Research,

UCL Fellowship, University Doctorates (Athens, Granada, Helsinki, Pretoria), Medals (Helsinki, Granada, Santiago de Compostela), Awards (Spanish and Greek Oral Medicine Societies), UK Award for Most Outstanding Achievements in Dentistry, and Commander of British Empire (CBE).

Organizers
NZDA Kirsten


NZDA
 PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
 Auckland
New Zealand

Kirsten McCarthy
 tel: 09 579 8001
 fax: 09 580 0010
 email: kirsten@nzda.org.nz
Workshop: Smoking and periodontal disease: smoke free perio - Auahi kore Aotearoa Speaker: Dr Rod Marshall
Format: Lecture
Category: Periodontics
Event Type: Workshop
15-Aug-13 Rotorua This lecture examines the effects of the single most significant modifier of periodontal disease and the only one that patients can control.

The role of smoking in the pathogenesis of the disease and its effect on treatment outcomes and long term prognosis will be explored along with the role all oral health practitioners have in preventing and helping patients kick their addiction.

With 20% of the NZ population still smoking (and much higher rates in Maori) we see these patients every day. 80% of smokers would not start if they had their time again - how do we help them while also managing to treat their oral problems?

Format
Lecture

Category
Periodontics
 
Date
15 Aug 2013

Duration
1.25 hrs

Venue
Energy Events Centre

Location
Rotorua

Speaker
Dr Rod Marshall

Rod graduated with honours in dentistry (University of Queensland) in 1988. He completed his periodontal speciality degree in 1992 and worked as a senior registrar at Westmead Hospital. In 1995 he was appointed lecturer in periodontology at UQ and completed his special stream fellowship in 2000. Appointed senior lecturer in 2001, Rod is a fellow of a number of international academies and has lectured across Australia and internationally.

He has held executive positions for the Australian Society of Periodontology, the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Periodontists, the RACDS and the ANZ Division of the International Association for Dental Research. In addition to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and authoring over 30 papers in the international literature Rod now maintains a full time specialist periodontal practice in Brisbane. He holds adjunct senior lecturer and associate professor appointments at UQ and Griffith University.

Organizers
NZDA Kirsten


NZDA
 PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
 Auckland
New Zealand

Kirsten McCarthy
 tel: 09 579 8001
 fax: 09 580 0010
 email: kirsten@nzda.org.nz
Workshop: Chronic Orofacial Pains: Diagnosis and Management Speaker: Dr Peter Foreman
Format: Lecture
Category: Pain Control & Diagnostics
Event Type: Workshop
8-Jun-13 Auckland Establishing the correct diagnosis and implementing the most appropriate management plan for orofacial pain can be one of the most challenging aspects of clinical dentistry.

Temporomandibular disorders (TMD) are usually painful and are commonly confused with temporomandibular joint disorders (TMJD). Incorrect diagnosis can lead to invasive or harmful interventions. Not all traditional treatments are evidence based, and extraoral sources of pain are common. Dentists should be aware of recent advances in pain physiology, and that TMD pain often co-exists with intraoral, sinus, headache, neck or shoulder pains due to converging pain pathways. Myofascial sources of problems are often overlooked, along with psychosocial factors which play a major role in the development and maintenance of pain. TMD may co-exist with other systemic medical conditions.

Atypical odontalgia, once called “atypical” or “phantom” facial pain” is a non-specific description. Dental odontalgias present difficult challenges. Deafferentation from endodontia, implants, and surgery cause up to 10% of chronic dental pains, which is a growing problem. Management is often poor and can sometimes make matters worse. Atypical pains may be due to neuroplastic changes and CNS sensitisation. Understanding pathophysiology leads to better prevention and management approaches. This can help avoid interventions which lead to increased problems.

This seminar will introduce attendees to these two groups of conditions and will provide tools for their management.

Format
Lecture

Category
Pain Control & Diagnostics
 
Date
08 Jun 2013

Duration
3.5 hrs

Venue
NZDA House, 1/195 Main Highway, Ellerslie

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Peter Foreman

Peter A. Foreman is recognised internationally for his contributions to anaesthesia and conscious sedation, patient management, and management of chronic orofacial pain.

Peter has worked in dentistry and pain management for many years, initially in anaesthesia and sedation, and later the behavioural sciences, acute and chronic pain management. Peter has held consultant clinical positions with the Auckland Regional Pain Service, Oral Health Unit at Greenlane Hospital and Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Rotorua. Academic appointments have included the University of British Columbia, University of Southern California; and the University Of Auckland School Of Medicine.

Peter is a sought after international speaker and has presented courses on a range of orofacial topics to many dental and aligned professional organisations, both locally and internationally.

Peter has published numerous journal articles and textbook chapters.

Organizers
NZDA Kirsten


NZDA
 PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
 Auckland
New Zealand

Kirsten McCarthy
 tel: 09 579 8001
 fax: 09 580 0010
 email: kirsten@nzda.org.nz
Workshop: NZACD 5TH BIENNIAL SYMPOSIUM Speaker: Dr Hugh Flax, DDS, PC, AAACD
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: Dental Education General Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
16-May-13 161 Halsey Street, Auckland The Magic of Laser Assisted Cosmetic Dentistry

Laser technology has become a rising star in the evolution of appearance enhancements. Dentistry has seen a huge breakthrough with the introduction of a combination hard-soft tissue Erbium-YSGG wavelength. The conservative nature of this technique has created a firm footing in the anti-aging trend that is spanning the globe. Among the many benefits of less invasive care and quicker healing responses, Dr Flax has helped pioneer the “closed flap technique” that, in many cases, puts control of gingival and osseous contours into the hands of the cosmetic restorative dentist. Improved artistry has greatly reduced treatment times, enhanced income, and allowed patient satisfaction to soar better than ever.

Learning objectives are:
1. Find out protocols which are aesthetically beautiful and biologically healthy.
2. See the simple techniques that assure success for you and your patients.
3. Discover a guaranteed way to help your cases to finish at least 2 months earlier.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
Dental Education General Dentistry
 
Date
16 May 2013

Duration
3.5 hrs

Venue
Viaduct Events Centre

Location
161 Halsey Street, Auckland

Speaker
Dr Hugh Flax, DDS, PC, AAACD

Dr Flax is internationally known for his leadership in cosmetic dentistry. A Past President of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, he has lectured and authored in Europe, Japan, Canada, and the United States on lasers, smile design, and advance restorative techniques to enhance the skills of dental teams in making their care world class for their patients.

Hugh D Flax received his DDS degree from Emory University in 1983 following undergraduate Phi Beta Kappa honors. While doing a residency he did Posterior Composites research at LSU Dental School in 1984-1985. He has been a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry since 1994 and became Accredited in 1997. He was President of the Atlanta Chapter of the AACD (1996-1998) and founded the Georgia Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry in 2007. Dr Flax served for two years as Co-Chair of the Conference Advisory Committee for 2003 AACD Scientific Session in Orlando. He is on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Cosmetic Dentistry and Practical Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry. He has been the Chairperson of the AACD Private Education Advisory Council, the 2008 AACD Meeting, the 2010 AACD European Meeting, and was a member of the AACD Board of Directors for over 8 years. Outside of the AACD, Dr Flax is a member of the ADA, AGD, ALD, AAID, ICOI, Catapult Elite, and the L.D. Pankey Alumni Association. He is also a certified Fellow with World Clinical Laser Institute. Lastly, he is a Fellow of both the International Academy of Dentofacial Therapeutics and ICOI.

Dr Flax practices full time in Atlanta, Georgia focusing on functional-appearance related conditions and advanced laser dentistry as well as writing and lecturing on how to help others do the same for their own practices— including a full chapter in Dental Clinics of North America (Spring, 2011). For 4 years in a row, his website has been rated one of the best by Dental Economics magazine. In 2003, he was WSB-TV.com’s expert on Cosmetic Dentistry as well as appearing on FOX News demonstrating the miraculous benefits of laser dentistry. He has been the expert dentist on the “Meet the Products” television show and H2O Magazine. Lastly, he and his practice have been featured in many women’s magazines such as Cosmo, Allure, and Good Housekeeping as well as The Wall Street Journal, Dear Doctor, and Productive Dentist Magazine (cover story), The Atlanta Business Chronicle, Jezebel, Atlanta Magazine, In Style, and New Beauty magazine.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: NZACD 5TH BIENNIAL SYMPOSIUM Speaker: Dr John Weston DDS, FAACD
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: Dental Education General Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
16-May-13 161 Halsey Street, Auckland Ultimate Aesthetics, using Porcelain and Composite for Beautiful and Conservative Smile Design!

Restorative materials are now available to meet the most demanding aesthetic and physical requirements while providing lasting beauty and luster. This “wide-screen” presentation will show you a step by step process of how to photograph, plan and successfully reproduce conservative, aesthetic and functional smile design cases using a combination of direct composite materials and bonded porcelain. See how to conserve tooth structure and provide comprehensive treatment while keeping total treatment plan fees within reach of your patient’s budget. Case selection and streamlined techniques are the focus of this exciting course. See multiple clinical examples of direct anterior bonding using the latest nano-technology, minimal prep porcelain veneer and bridge techniques and a special section on 3D digital video impression techniques.


Learning Objectives:
1. See the importance of using digital photography for excellent communication and self evaluation while helping you create beautiful smiles for your patients
2. Understand the importance of full and partial, intra-oral “mock-ups” as they relate to case design for beautiful and predictable ceramic and composite smile reconstructions
3. Learn a simple method to fabricate reduction guides for clinical treatment that will allow proper preparation and layering techniques for composite and porcelain restorations.
4. See how digital impressions can be integrated into the office workflow while improving productivity and accuracy of aesthetic treatment modalities.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
Dental Education General Dentistry
 
Date
16 May 2013

Duration
3.5 hrs

Venue
Viaduct Events Centre

Location
161 Halsey Street, Auckland

Speaker
Dr John Weston DDS, FAACD

Dr Weston is a native Californian who received his doctorate from Oklahoma University in 1989 and graduated with Omicron Kappa Upsilon Honors. As a commissioned officer in the US Navy, he received multiple advanced medical certifications while completing a General Practice Residency at Naval Hospital, San Diego and served independent duty in support of operation Desert Storm.

Dr Weston has earned the credential of “Accredited Member” and “Accredited Fellow” by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD), an honour shared by fewer than 50 clinicians world-wide. Dr Weston is twice past Scientific Chair of the AACD Professional Education Committee and has served two consecutive terms as an elected member to the Board of Directors.

He is currently an active Accreditation and Fellowship Examiner and is now serving a three year term on the American Board of Cosmetic Dentistry. He lectures nationally and internationally, publishes articles, evaluates new dental products and has been practicing in La Jolla for over 20 years with an emphasis in reconstructive and aesthetic dentistry. He is owner and director of “Scripps Center for Dental Care”. A unique multi-specialty dental center located at Scripps Memorial Hospital, La Jolla CA.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: NZACD Auckland Study Group Speaker: Dr KIM GEAR BDS, MB ChB MMedSchi
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: Oral Medicine Patient Management
Event Type: Workshop
27-Mar-13 12 Omega Street, Rosedale • To review some of the common oral medicine conditions including oral cancers and the changing risk factors.
• Biopsies and subsequent pathological interpretation is essential in diagnosing some oral lesions. The indications and techniques for punch and incisional biopsies will be discussed.
• To review some of the new medications and how these affect management of patients in the dental setting.
• How much intervention should there be in the patient with Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction.

The aim is for you to leave with a set of tools to optimize the management of patients who present with Oral Medicine problems

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
Oral Medicine Patient Management
 
Date
27 Mar 2013

Duration
2 hrs

Venue
Ivoclar Vivadent premises

Location
12 Omega Street, Rosedale

Speaker
Dr KIM GEAR BDS, MB ChB MMedSchi

Dr Gear is an Oral Medicine specialist based at Greenlane Hospital, Auckland and consulting at Nigel Parr Surgical.

Having qualified in the 1990's from the University of Otago with a Dental Degree and Bachelor of Science with Honours (majoring in microbiology), she completed 2 years as a maxillofacial house surgeon at Waikato Hospital before moving to Auckland.

Kim qualified in Medicine from the University of Auckland as part of her post graduate training and then commenced a Master of Medical Science in Oral Medicine. Her dissertation focused on the quality of life in patients treated for head and neck malignancies.

Kim's previous awards have included the Butland Prize for the trainee intern showing the most promising clinical ability in 2006, the New Zealand Dental Research Foundation Prize and Australasian Pierre Fauchard Academy Scholarship for All Round Academic Performance.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: Recent Developments in Dental Matters related to ACC Speaker: Rosemary Kennedy
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: General Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
19-Mar-13 Ellerslie, Auckland Rosemary Kennedy as the ACC dental policy and clinical advisor will review the relationship between ACC and dentistry in light of the new legislation; new dentists cost regulations with updated chnages. There will be information on what dental claims are made and insight on who claims for what, how much and where.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
General Dentistry
 
Date
19 Mar 2013

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Events Centre, Race Course Road, Ellerslie

Location
Ellerslie, Auckland

Speaker
Rosemary Kennedy

Rosemary Kennedy is the ACC Dental Policy and Clinical Advisor and has been for the past 13 years. She has a background which includes many years of school dental therapy, dental teaching, amanagement within the district health board and she has also completed an MBA at Victoria University.

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association

PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Workshop: Trifecta Method Speaker: Dan Krueger
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Materials
Event Type: Workshop
1-Mar-13 Auckland Dan Kruger will present a research based Dental Materials Update on: The Sticky Stuff - Unstuck!: Adheives Update, The Trifecta Method: The next Generation Restorative and Simplifying Cementation: Self Adhesive, Adhesive or Both. This will be presented from a Scientific and R&D perspective.

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Materials
 
Date
01 Mar 2013

Duration
2.5 hrs

Venue
Crowne Plaza Hotel 128 Albert Street

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dan Krueger

Dan has a BS Degree in Biology & Chemistry. Dan has worked for 3M ESPE for over 25 years in positions with responsibility in the areas of Research, Product Development & Technical Service to name a few. He has broad experience lecturing on new technologies for composites and adhesives to dentists, assistants and lab technicians in over 18 countries. His primary responsibility in his current role brings a great scientific and research based element to his lectures.

Organizers
3M New Zealand Ltd


3M ESPE Dental Products
 94 Apollo Drive
 Rosedale

 Auckland 0632
NEW ZEALAND

Janine Williams
 tel: 09 477 6624
 fax: 09 477 6679
 email: jwilliams2@mmm.com
Workshop: Single tooth implant crowns Speaker: Dusan Kuzmanovic
Format: Lecture
Category: Prosthodontics
Event Type: Workshop
25-Feb-13 Advanced Prosthodontcs Level 2, Quay Park Health 68 Beach Rd Auckland 1010 An understanding of the fundamental principles of single tooth implant treatment planning, aesthetics and prosthodontic complications is required in order to accomplish consistent and predictable treatment outcomes in general practice. The objective for this presentation is to bring all of these factors into perspective, through an understanding of the current literature and how this relates to clinical practice. The discussion will include a literature review on single tooth implant crown success and survival rate, mechanical and biological complications and presentation of selected cases.

Format
Lecture

Category
Prosthodontics
 
Date
25 Feb 2013

Duration
2 hrs

Venue
Advanced Prosthodontcs Practice

Location
Advanced Prosthodontcs Level 2, Quay Park Health 68 Beach Rd Auckland 1010

Speaker
Dusan Kuzmanovic

Dr Dusan Kuzmanovic
DDS, MDS (Prosthodontics), Dip Clin Dent (Restorative)

Dr Dusan Kuzmanovic graduated from Belgrade University (Yugoslavia) with a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 1988. Dusan moved to New Zealand in 1995 to further his education.

After completing a Diploma in Restorative dentistry in 1999 and Masters degree in Prosthodontics 2002 (Otago, NZ), Dusan became a Senior Lecturer at the School of Dentistry, University

of Otago, New Zealand. In order to improve the oral-health related quality of life of both young and older adults, he conducted many clinical and laboratory-based research projects. The results of his research have been disseminated through conference proceedings in New Zealand and internationally and resulted in numerous publications in peer-review international journals. By invitation, Dusan has presented many lectures and continuing education courses in Prosthodontics nationally and internationally.

Organizers
Advanced Prosthodontics


986 New North Road
 Mt Albert
 Auckland
 Auckland 1025
New Zealand

Dusan Kuzmanovic
 tel: 021 0283 9183
 fax:
 email: mydentist10@gmail.com
Workshop: Simplified techniques in using composite resins to make inlays, complex restorations, and glass fibre reinforced bridges Speaker: Prof. Ian Meyers
Format: Internet
Category: Dental Materials General Dentistry Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
27-Nov-12 Internet This one hour Webinar will describe and simplify common misconceptions about the difficulty in making indirect composite inlays and will also explore the benefits in making fibre bridges from within your own surgeries.

How to join a webinar? Simply send an e-mail to your local VOCO dental consultant, r.baroli@voco.com until November 20, 2012 latest. By return e-mail, you will receive your personal information how to join the webinar at the specified date and time. This information only go to you personally and should not be shared with others.

Format
Internet

Category
Dental Materials General Dentistry Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
27 Nov 2012

Duration
1 hrs

Venue
Webinar

Location
Internet

Speaker
Prof. Ian Meyers

Ian Meyers is currently in private general dental practice in Brisbane, Australia and has honorary professorial positions with The University of Queensland School of Dentistry, and James Cook University School of Medicine and Dentistry. His major interests include adhesive restorative dental materials, and diagnosis and management of the worn dentition.

Organizers
Voco


22 Dianne Louise Drive
 Half Moon Bay

 Auckland 2012
New Zealand

Raimondo Baroli
 tel:
 fax:
 email: r.baroli@voco.com
Conference: 2012 Quintessence Symposium Speaker: Multiple
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: Periodontics/Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Conference
19-21 Oct 2012 Sydney, Australia 2012 International Quintessence Symposium on Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
Periodontics/Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
19-21 Oct 2012

Duration
14 hrs

Venue
Sydney Convention Centre, Darling Harbour

Location
Sydney, Australia

Speaker
Multiple

Various speakers throughout conference

Organizers
Henry Schein Halas
Workshop: Trends in the Periodontic and Orthodontic inter-relationship” Speaker: Dr Zaveri Prashant
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: Orthodontics Periodontics
Event Type: Workshop
18-Sep-12 Ellerslie, Auckland "Trends in the Periodontic and Orthodontic inter-relationship”

This presenatation will cover the Orthodontic and Periodontic inter-relationship which is very important in our current multi-disciplinary approach in Dentistry. Significant advances in Periodontics have happened over the last decade, including the role of risk factors in disease susceptibility; and the discovery of new host-derived cellular and molecular mechanisms that can impact Orthodontic treatment decisions and outcomes.

Dr Prashant Zaveri, Specialist Periodontist and Orthodontist will discuss issues that commonly faced within our practice, including:
• What does a Practitioner need to know about Periodontics to enhance Orthodontic outcome?
• How can Orthodontic treatment strategies affect periodontal health and stability of the dentition?
• Influence of risk factors and periodontal disease control during orthodontic treatment.
• Periodontic and Orthodontic procedures that can influence treatment outcomes

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
Orthodontics Periodontics
 
Date
18 Sep 2012

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Events Centre, Ascot Ave Remuera Auckland

Location
Ellerslie, Auckland

Speaker
Dr Zaveri Prashant

Dr Zaveri is a Specialist Periodontist and Orthodontist he has been in private practice in Auckland for 12 years. Dr Zaveri attained a masters degree in orthodontics and in periodontics from the University of Mumbai. He was the first person to achieve the distinction of double master's degree at the university's dental faculty.

Organizers

Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Workshop: NZACD 10TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRITY LECTURE SERIES Speaker: Dr Christian Coachman CTD, DDS
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
18-Sep-12 AUCKLAND As modern dentists and dental technicians we need to keep abreast of the latest developments in dentistry and incorporate new techniques and materials into our armamentarium on an on-going basis.

Lithium Disilicate restorations changed the way we plan and perform daily procedures in aesthetic dentistry by simplifying procedures and handling, increasing the predictability and improving the final outcome.

This lecture will outline some of these advantages that can simplify our work and increase the chances of exceeding the patients’ expectations.

Integrating emax with the Smile Design procedures.


Advantages:
• Patient Smile Design Communication
• Try-in
• Communication Dentist/Tech
• Linking the Mock-up to the final restorations
• Linking the Digital world to the real world

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
18 Sep 2012

Duration
6.5 hrs

Venue
CROWNE PLAZA AUCKLAND

Location
AUCKLAND

Speaker
Dr Christian Coachman CTD, DDS

Dr Christian Coachman graduated in Dental Technology in 1995 and in Dentistry at the University of São Paulo/Brazil in 2002. He is a member of the Brazilian Academy and Society of Esthetic Dentistry.

Moreover, Dr Coachman attended the Ceramic Specialization Program at the Ceramoart Training Centre, where he also became an instructor.

In 2004, Dr Coachman was invited by Dr’s Goldstein, Garber, and Salama of Team Atlanta, to become Head Ceramist of their laboratory, a position he held for over 4 years.

Dr Coachman has been working with many leading dentists around the world as Dr’s Van Dooren (Belgium), Gurel (Turkey), Fradeani (Italy), Bichacho (Israel), Ricci (Italy) and Calamita (Brazil).

Currently he is the scientific coordinator of the e-learning website www.identalclub.com and works as a consultant for Dental companies and offices developing products and implementing concepts. Dr Coachman has lectured and published internationally in the fields of esthetic dentistry, dental photography, oral rehabilitation, dental ceramics and implants.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: Complications of Endodontic Treatment; Common Procedural Errors. How to avoid and manage these in your practice. Speaker: Dr Sara Jardine
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: Endodontics
Event Type: Workshop
17-Jul-12 Ascot Ave , Ellerslie Auckland This presentation will cover some of the complications of endodontic treatment and how to deal with common procedural errors.Dr. Sara Jardine,after being in specialist endodontic practice now for fifteen plus years has found that there are several recurring problems and she will discuss how to hopefully avoid and manage these common errors.This talk will be about the most common problems that dentists encounter and hopefully how to prevent them.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
Endodontics
 
Date
17 Jul 2012

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Events Centre

Location
Ascot Ave , Ellerslie Auckland

Speaker
Dr Sara Jardine

Sara Jardine Endodontist.Sara completed her undergraduate training in dentistry at Otago University in 1985. She then worked in private practice in New Zealand for three years before traveling overseas and settling in the UK.

Sara completed an MSc in Endodontics with distinction at The Eastman Institute in London in 1997 and headed back to New Zealand at the end of 1998.

She has limited her practice to Endodontics since 1998, and after working in Queen St for eight years, moved to Green Lane East five years ago to set up a new practice in a purpose built building with Periodontist Dr Richard Longbottom.

Sara is currently President of the New Zealand Society of Endodontics. She is also on the committee for the Trans Tasman Endodontic Congress and is a founding member of The Langham Study Club in London.

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Workshop: Simplified Aesthetic Rehabilitation Speaker: Dr Marcelo Balsamo
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Materials Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
15-May-12 Auckland Seminar Objectives:
• Materials selection: adhesives, composites, ceramics. Restorative possibilities with the aesthetic materials available in the market
• Description of the influence of dental anatomy and the physics of light and colour of the natural dentition
for the esthetic restorations
• Tips and techniques that can be used for composite resin placement and methods for their simplification, including current luting techniques for laminate veneers and other indirect materials.

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Materials Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
15 May 2012

Duration
3 hrs

Venue
Novotel Auckland Ellerslie 72-112 Greenlane East, Ellerslie, Auckland

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Marcelo Balsamo

Dr. Balsamo is a graduate of the University of Santo Amaro in São Paulo, Brazil (1989), MSD and DDS in Restorative Dentistry granted at the São Paulo State University (UNESP), respectively in 2001 and 2004. Currently, he works as a professor of the São Paulo State Dental Association (APCD), member of the Brazilian Aesthetics Dental Society (SBOE) and consultant of SBOE Dental Press magazine and Dental Science magazine.

Organizers
Voco


22 Dianne Louise Drive
 Half Moon Bay

 Auckland 2012
New Zealand

Raimondo Baroli
 tel:
 fax:
 email: r.baroli@voco.com
Workshop: Biodentine Presentation Speaker: Nicolas Gautier
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education Dental Materials
Event Type: Workshop
9-May-12 Hilton Hotel, Auckland Biodentine Presentation

May 9th 2012

Biodentine: a new bioactive calcium silicate based dentine substitute to use wherever dentine is damaged.

Biodentine™ is a brand new dentine substitute based on the Active Biosilicate Technology™ designed to treat damaged dentine both in the crown and in the root.

Learn how this revolutionary product can offer new perspectives for dental therapies aiming at maintaining the pulp vitality in case of deep cavities and pulp exposures both in adults and children. With biological and mechanical properties similar to dentine and optimised handling, this material is an ideal option for specific endodontic procedures such as perforation repair, apical surgery and apexifications.


Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education Dental Materials
 
Date
09 May 2012

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Auckland Hilton Hotel, Aquamarine Room 1

Location
Hilton Hotel, Auckland

Speaker
Nicolas Gautier

Nicolas Gautier

Graduated from a Business School with a specialization in International Marketing

Currently Corporate Marketing Manager for Septodont, specifically in charge of the Restorative, Endodontic and Prosthetic ranges since 2008 with a portfolio of brands including Biodentine, N’Durance, Racegel, Endomethasone.

Worked from 2001 to 2008 for Dentsply France, as Product Manager and Range Manager for Maillefer, Caulk and Degudent divisions and managing brands like ProTaper, ProRoot MTA, Aquasil Ultra, Cercon.

Worked from 1997 to 2001 for 3M France, as Direct Marketing Manager for the different divisions of the 3M Group in France, including the dental division.

Organizers
Ivoclar Vivadent


12 Omega Street
 Rosedale
 Auckland 0632
NEW ZEALAND

Caroline Jones
 tel: 09 914 9999
 fax: 09 914 9990
 email: Caroline.Jones@ivoclarvivadent.com
Workshop: Day Course 2012 Speaker: Andrew Cautley, Peter Clarke, Tasha Mackie, John Bridgman, Mike Gordon, Ivo Schuster
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: Dental Implants Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
4-May-12 Rotorua Novotel A Day Course in Restorative & Implant Dentistry

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
Dental Implants Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
04 May 2012

Duration
6.5 hrs

Venue
Novotel Rotorua Lakeside Tutanekai Street, Rotorua

Location
Rotorua Novotel

Speaker
Andrew Cautley, Peter Clarke, Tasha Mackie, John Bridgman, Mike Gordon, Ivo Schuster

Andrew Cautley | Prosthodontist | Nelson
BDS Otago, MDS (Rest Dent) Otago

Andrew is a prosthodontist from Nelson, and he has a private practice there, with part time consultancy appointments at Nelson and Hutt Hospitals. Andrew has been in Nelson for 17 years; prior to that he was a lecturer at the Dental School in Dunedin. Andrew's practice focus is on fixed prosthodontics and implants, and he has lectured widely in New Zealand, Australia and abroad on these topics.

 

Peter Clarke | Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon | Hamilton. BDS, MDS Otago, FRACDS
Peter trained initially as an oral surgeon graduating MDS 1969 and FRACDS 1972. He developed an interest in implant dentistry

and started placing implants in 1987. Since then Peter has attended a number of training courses worldwide to improve soft and hard tissue management of implants. Peter has presented on numerous occasions nationally and internationally on the surgical aspects of dental implants including basic and advanced bone grafting. Implants have been a special interest for Peter’s clinical practice for 24 years.

 

Tasha Mackie | Periodontist | Hamilton
BDS Otago, DClinDent Otago, FRACDS (Perio)

Tasha trained as a dentist at Otago, graduating in 2000. Tasha then worked in England and Hamilton for 4 years before returning to study as a Periodontist at Otago. Tasha’s thesis was based on microbiological aspects of Periodontology. Tasha graduated in 2007 with a Clinical Doctorate in Periodontology. Tasha sat her primary and secondary fellowship

exams and gained a FRACDS(Perio) in 2007 also. Tasha runs a busy, referral based clinic in Hamilton with her husband Andrew, who is a Prosthodontist. Tasha is an external examiner for the University of Otago (Periodontology Department), has previously taught undergraduate students, gives lectures nationally and has two children.

 

John Bridgman | Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon | Tauranga
BDS Otago, MDS (OMS) Otago, MBChB Otago, FRACDS (OMS)

John has been practicing in Tauranga since 2004. He has an appointment to Tauranga Public Hospital and maintains an active private practice. He trained in New Zealand and the UK and has lectured widely both in New Zealand and overseas. He has attended many international meetings and courses on dental implantology and had special interest in bone grafting and graftless solutions for oral rehabilitation.

 

Mike Gordon | Specialist Endodontist | Hamilton
BDS, MDS (Endo), MRACDS (Endo)

Mike is currently working in specialist practice in Hamilton. He graduated BDS from the University of Otago in 1990. After working and owning a share in a private practice in Hamilton for 10 years Mike completed a Masters of Dental Surgery in Endodontics at the University of Otago graduating in 2004 - with Distinction. He gained membership of the Royal Australasian

College of Dental Surgeons in endodontics in 2005. He has numerous publications in peer reviewed journals and is actively involved in running continuing education courses and lectures. He currently reviews articles for the Australian Endodontic Journal and the New Zealand Dental Journal. He has a special interest in evolving technology in endodontics and the operating microscope. Mike is a past President of the Waikato Branch of the NZDA and has memberships with The NZ Society of

Endodontics, The Australian and New Zealand Academy of Endodontists and the International Association of Dental Traumatology.

 

Ivo Schuster | Dental Technician | Warkworth
RDT

Ivo trained as a Dental Technician in Germany and in 1986 travelled to Vancouver Canada for work experience. Following his military service in 1998 he was employed at Knappe Dentaltechnik, a Master Dental Laboratory in Germany. Ivo immigrated to New Zealand in 1993 and joined Seaside Dental Lab where he became a partner in 1996. Since 2005 Ivo operates a boutique

Dental Laboratory limited to Prosthodontists and Implant Specialists - his clientele expands N.Z , U.S.A, GB, and Australia. He has a special interest in Aesthetics and Implantology and has attended numerous workshops and seminars worldwide.

Organizers
Waikato Bay of Plenty Branch NZDA


c/- 19 Muricata Ave
 Mt Maunganui 3116
NEW ZEALAND

Kathryn Scholes
 tel: 027 521 4231
 fax:
 email: admin@wbopnzda.org.nz
Workshop: Day Course 2012 Speaker: Andrew Cautley, Peter Clarke, Tasha Mackie, John Bridgman, Mike Gordon, Ivo Schuster
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: Dental Implants Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
4-May-12 Rotorua Novotel A Day Course in Restorative & Implant Dentistry

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
Dental Implants Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
04 May 2012

Duration
6.5 hrs

Venue
Novotel Rotorua Lakeside Tutanekai Street, Rotorua

Location
Rotorua Novotel

Speaker
Andrew Cautley, Peter Clarke, Tasha Mackie, John Bridgman, Mike Gordon, Ivo Schuster

Andrew Cautley | Prosthodontist | Nelson
BDS Otago, MDS (Rest Dent) Otago

Andrew is a prosthodontist from Nelson, and he has a private practice there, with part time consultancy appointments at Nelson and Hutt Hospitals. Andrew has been in Nelson for 17 years; prior to that he was a lecturer at the Dental School in Dunedin. Andrew's practice focus is on fixed prosthodontics and implants, and he has lectured widely in New Zealand, Australia and abroad on these topics.

 

Peter Clarke | Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon | Hamilton. BDS, MDS Otago, FRACDS
Peter trained initially as an oral surgeon graduating MDS 1969 and FRACDS 1972. He developed an interest in implant dentistry

and started placing implants in 1987. Since then Peter has attended a number of training courses worldwide to improve soft and hard tissue management of implants. Peter has presented on numerous occasions nationally and internationally on the surgical aspects of dental implants including basic and advanced bone grafting. Implants have been a special interest for Peter’s clinical practice for 24 years.

 

Tasha Mackie | Periodontist | Hamilton
BDS Otago, DClinDent Otago, FRACDS (Perio)

Tasha trained as a dentist at Otago, graduating in 2000. Tasha then worked in England and Hamilton for 4 years before returning to study as a Periodontist at Otago. Tasha’s thesis was based on microbiological aspects of Periodontology. Tasha graduated in 2007 with a Clinical Doctorate in Periodontology. Tasha sat her primary and secondary fellowship

exams and gained a FRACDS(Perio) in 2007 also. Tasha runs a busy, referral based clinic in Hamilton with her husband Andrew, who is a Prosthodontist. Tasha is an external examiner for the University of Otago (Periodontology Department), has previously taught undergraduate students, gives lectures nationally and has two children.

 

John Bridgman | Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon | Tauranga
BDS Otago, MDS (OMS) Otago, MBChB Otago, FRACDS (OMS)

John has been practicing in Tauranga since 2004. He has an appointment to Tauranga Public Hospital and maintains an active private practice. He trained in New Zealand and the UK and has lectured widely both in New Zealand and overseas. He has attended many international meetings and courses on dental implantology and had special interest in bone grafting and graftless solutions for oral rehabilitation.

 

Mike Gordon | Specialist Endodontist | Hamilton
BDS, MDS (Endo), MRACDS (Endo)

Mike is currently working in specialist practice in Hamilton. He graduated BDS from the University of Otago in 1990. After working and owning a share in a private practice in Hamilton for 10 years Mike completed a Masters of Dental Surgery in Endodontics at the University of Otago graduating in 2004 - with Distinction. He gained membership of the Royal Australasian

College of Dental Surgeons in endodontics in 2005. He has numerous publications in peer reviewed journals and is actively involved in running continuing education courses and lectures. He currently reviews articles for the Australian Endodontic Journal and the New Zealand Dental Journal. He has a special interest in evolving technology in endodontics and the operating microscope. Mike is a past President of the Waikato Branch of the NZDA and has memberships with The NZ Society of

Endodontics, The Australian and New Zealand Academy of Endodontists and the International Association of Dental Traumatology.

 

Ivo Schuster | Dental Technician | Warkworth
RDT

Ivo trained as a Dental Technician in Germany and in 1986 travelled to Vancouver Canada for work experience. Following his military service in 1998 he was employed at Knappe Dentaltechnik, a Master Dental Laboratory in Germany. Ivo immigrated to New Zealand in 1993 and joined Seaside Dental Lab where he became a partner in 1996. Since 2005 Ivo operates a boutique

Dental Laboratory limited to Prosthodontists and Implant Specialists - his clientele expands N.Z , U.S.A, GB, and Australia. He has a special interest in Aesthetics and Implantology and has attended numerous workshops and seminars worldwide.

Organizers
Waikato Bay of Plenty Branch NZDA


c/- 19 Muricata Ave
 Mt Maunganui 3116
NEW ZEALAND

Kathryn Scholes
 tel: 027 521 4231
 fax:
 email: admin@wbopnzda.org.nz
Workshop: Cone Beam Ct Unraveling the DCNZ Guidelines Speaker: Dr Brett Lyons
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: General Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
17-Apr-12 Racecourse Road, Remuera In May 2011, the Dental Council of New Zealand released the “Statement on the Use of Cone Beam Computed Tomography in Dentistry”. This statement outlined the Dental Council’s interpretation of current best practice. In his lecture, Dr Brett Lyons will expand upon the principles listed in the statement and rationalise the guidelines provided.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
General Dentistry
 
Date
17 Apr 2012

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Events Centre, Ellerslie, Auckland.

Location
Racecourse Road, Remuera

Speaker
Dr Brett Lyons

Dr Lyons is a New Zealand trained radiologist who has had a particular interest in head and neck imaging for over a decade. His past roles include senior lecturer at the University of Otago and Clinical Director of Radiology at Dunedin Hospital. He currently is a radiologist at Horizon Radiology in Auckland and a director of Dental and Maxillofacial Imaging (DMI) at Smales Farm. Brett has been reading dental cone beam CT scans for several years and has spoken both nationally and internationally in this field.

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Workshop: Periodontal Diseases: Diagnosis and Treatment. Speaker: Dr Daniel Fitzgibbon
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: Periodontics
Event Type: Workshop
20-Mar-12 Ascot Ave , Ellerslie Auckland This presentation will review diagnostic characteristics of both chronic and acute forms of periodontal disease in order to establish the definitive periodontal diagnosis and also review key points in the treatment of these periodontal diseases.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
Periodontics
 
Date
20 Mar 2012

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Events Centre

Location
Ascot Ave , Ellerslie Auckland

Speaker
Dr Daniel Fitzgibbon

Dr Ftizgibbon is a periodontistwho works at the Institute of Dental Implants and Periodontics in Newmarket. After gaining a BDS in Otago, he worked in Australia and NZ before returning to Otago to complete a Doctorate in Periodontology. He has worked as a clinical lecturer and is now involved in a full time specialist practice of periodontology and implants.

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Workshop: The Key to Superior Aesthetic Results with Direct Resin Bonding - An Interactive Tour Speaker: K William 'Bud' Mopper DDS, MS
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education
Event Type: Workshop
16-Mar-12 Auckland Bud’s all day presentation is packed full of how to’s and take home Monday’s … he keeps no secrets.

Learn a philosophy of practice and communication that allows the patients to understand and easily accept proposed treatment plans.

Bud feels we hold the world in our hands - only if we use them with true knowledge, skill and most of all creativity. In his mind this is the essence of dentistry.

You can truly become the dentist - artist and the “fear” of bonding will change to the “joy” of bonding. When done properly, creative bonding can literally change your life as well as your patient’s life. The total result will overwhelm you.

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education
 
Date
16 Mar 2012

Duration
7 hrs

Venue
Rendezvous Hotel

Location
Auckland

Speaker
K William 'Bud' Mopper DDS, MS

Dr Bud Mopper is in private practice in Glenview, Illinois, where he has been involved with creating dental aesthetic for 40 years.

He is an internationally renowned lecturer in aesthetic dentistry with an emphasis on Composite bonding using direct application techniques.

He co-authored, ‘A Complete Guide to Dental Bonding’, which was the first definitive book for the dental profession describing bonding techniques.

He is a member of the Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, Founder and Fellow of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Diplomat of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry, and Fellow of the American College of Dentistry.

He teaches direct resin bonding on a Continuing Education level at many major universities including the State University of Iowa and the University of Illinois, where he is an Adjunct Professor.

Dr Mopper is the recipient from the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry of an award for “Lifelong Commitment to Providing Excellence in Continuing Education in Cosmetic Dentistry” and an award for “Outstanding Contribution to Cosmetic Dentistry”.

He received the New York University College of Dentistry “Irwin Smigel” Prize in Aesthetic Dentistry, and recently received a Lifetime Achievement award from the World Aesthetic Congress, in England, for “Outstanding Contribution to Aesthetic Dentistry”.

He is director of education for the Center for Esthetic Excellence, in Chicago, Illinois., and is Co-founder and Chairman of Cosmedent, Inc. where he is responsible for its educational programs and product development.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: Hitman vs Healer - Implementing Disruptive Innovations Speaker: Dr John Kois
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Implants Dental Materials General Dentistry Occlusion & TMJ Oral & General Health Orthodontics/Orthognathic Surgery Patient Management Periodontics/Restorative Dentistry Practice Management Preventative Dentistry Prosthodontics Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
25-Nov-11 Auckland Seattle Prosthodontist/Periodontist Dr John Kois has developed systematic approach to Treatment Planning based on his years of experience and even more years of evidence based scientific research.

He will discuss how diagnosis can be simplified by dividing it into the four most important categories and performing a clinical evaluation based of the most critical risk parameters in order to minimise failures and maximise successful results. He will also show how to implement these treatment planning strategies so that you and your staff can put these systems to work. You will totally change the way you think when assessing your patients and gain total confidence in your ability to plan their treatment.

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Implants Dental Materials General Dentistry Occlusion & TMJ Oral & General Health Orthodontics/Orthognathic Surgery Patient Management Periodontics/Restorative Dentistry Practice Management Preventative Dentistry Prosthodontics Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
25 Nov 2011

Duration
7 hrs

Venue
SkyCity Convention Centre, Auckland, New Zealand

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr John Kois

Dr John Kois received his D.M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania, School of Dental Medicine and Certificate in Periodontal

Prosthodontics with a M.S.D. degree from the University of Washington, School of Dentistry. He maintains a private practice limited to Prosthodontics in Tacoma and Seattle and is an

Affiliate Professor in the Graduate Restorative Program at the University of Washington. Dr. Kois continues to lecture nationally and

internationally, is a reviewer for many journals and is the Editor in Chief for The Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry. Dr. Kois is the recipient of the 2002 Saul Schluger Memorial Award for Clinical Excellence in Diagnosis and Treatment Planning, and received a Lifetime Achievement Award from both the World Congress of Minimally Invasive Dentistry and the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. He is the past President of both the American Academy of

Restorative Dentistry and American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, and a member of numerous other professional organizations. In addition, he continues to work with restorative dentists at the Kois Center, a didactic and clinical teaching program.

Organizers
Kois Study Group NZ


PO Box 106-353, Downtown, Auckland 1143
 Auckland 1143
New Zealand

Roger Tiang
 tel: (09) 302-7066
 fax: (09) 302-7069
 email: roger@stunningsmiles.co.nz
Workshop: Peer Review Training Day Speaker: Dr Jocelyn Logan, David Henton
Format: Lecture Other
Category: Patient Management
Event Type: Workshop
15-Nov-11 Auckland Review of the process of the Consumer Advice Office and the peer review system. Afternoon session includes a 90 minute workshop on mediation, conflict resolution and dealing with difficult client situations.

Format
Lecture Other

Category
Patient Management
 
Date
15 Nov 2011

Duration
6 hrs

Venue
NZDA House 1/195 Main Highway Ellerslie

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Jocelyn Logan, David Henton

Dr J Logan, BDS,
David Henton, Confident Communication Ltd

Organizers
New Zealand Dental Association


PO Box 28 084
 Remuera

 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Fiona Hart
 tel: 09 579 8001
 fax: 09 580 0010
 email: fiona@nzda.org.nz
Workshop: NZACD 6 of the Best Speaker: R Simon Brown BDS DClinDent (Pros)Prosthodontist
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education Prosthodontics
Event Type: Workshop
4-Nov-11 28 Albert Street, Auckland Many treatments fail by poor material choice and operator technique. Quality restorations begin with the correct material choice and preparation design techniques.

You will learn
- Why crowns fail
- How to design crowns, inlays and onlay preparations for longevity.


Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education Prosthodontics
 
Date
04 Nov 2011

Duration
1 hrs

Venue
Crowne Plaza Auckland

Location
128 Albert Street, Auckland

Speaker
R Simon Brown BDS DClinDent (Pros)Prosthodontist

Dr Simon Brown completed his undergraduate degree in Otago in 1993 before working Newcastle, Australia for the Hunter Area Heath Board. In 1995 entered general practice developing an interest in prosthodontics over the next 10 years. He returned to New Zealand in 2007 and completed his Doctor of Clinical Dentistry in Prosthodontics in 2009. In 2010 moved to Auckland and works within Auckland’s regional Head and Neck Unit providing maxillofacial prosthodontics for patients affected by cancer. In 2011 he opened a referral-based specialist practice limited to prosthodontics in Takapuna.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: NZACD 6 of the Best Speaker: Dr Gordon Whiteacre BDS, FDSRCS(Eng)
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education
Event Type: Workshop
4-Nov-11 128 Albert Street, Auckland Properly-taken impressions are fundamental for your ceramist to create your porcelain masterpieces. Poorly-made impressions not only gives your technician inaccurate margins but results in at best compromised crown and bridgework that will fail early. Gordon will take you through his impression technique which delivers consistently accurate, reproducible models that allows his ceramist to build restorations that last.

You will learn:
- When, where and how to use retraction cord
- The difference between impression materials and how to use them
- How to spot flaws in your impressions
- The minimum periodontal health requirements you must have before you begin to prep your tooth.


Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education
 
Date
04 Nov 2011

Duration
1 hrs

Venue
Crowne Plaza Auckland Ballroom 1 & 2

Location
128 Albert Street, Auckland


Speaker
Dr Gordon Whiteacre BDS, FDSRCS(Eng)

Graduated Otago University School of Dentistry BDS with Distinction 1974.

Studied and worked in hospitals and general practice UK 1976 to 1980.

Graduated Fellow in Dental Surgery of Royal College of Surgeons 1979.

Returned to New Zealand 1980 and worked in various practices until taking over present general practice in St Heliers, Auckland in 1981.

General practice principal in group practice in St Heliers for 30 years.

Have run various study groups in Auckland over the years.

Member of Dental Advisory Committee for 10 years, Chairman for 5 years, organising many courses and other postgraduate continuing education.

Advisor to Dental Council on Competence Review matters and chaired various Competence Review panels.


Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: NZACD 6 OF THE BEST Speaker: Dr Kim Gear BDS, BSc (Hons), MBChB
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education Oral Medicine
Event Type: Workshop
4-Nov-11 Auckland The field of oral medicine is changing rapidly. Many of the concepts we were taught at dental school are now outdated and redundant. Do we still need to prescribe antibiotics for hip transplants, Rheumatic Fever or cardiac patients? Kim will bring us up to date with the 2011 protocols and outline what medicines our patients are taking that we need to watch out for.

Learn:
- Up to date protocols for antibiotic prophylaxis
- New prescribing protocols
- How to treat patients taking bisphosphonates.


Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education Oral Medicine
 
Date
04 Nov 2011

Duration
1 hrs

Venue
Crowne Plaza Auckland Ballroom 1 & 2 128 Albert Street

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Kim Gear BDS, BSc (Hons), MBChB

Kim Gear is an oral medicine specialist at Greenlane Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand.

Having qualified in the 1990's from the University of Otago with a Dental Degree and Bachelor of Science with Honours (majoring in microbiology), she completed 2 years as a maxillofacial house surgeon at Waikato Hospital, Hamilton, New Zealand and then moved to Auckland to commence training in oral medicine under the guidance of Dr David Hay. Kim qualified in Medicine from the University of Auckland as part of her post graduate training and then commenced a Master of Medical Science in Oral Medicine. Her dissertation focused on the quality of life in patients treated for head and neck malignancies.

Kim's previous awards have included the Butland Prize for the trainee intern showing the most promising clinical ability in 2006, the New Zealand Dental Research Foundation Prize and Australasian Pierre Fouchard Academy Scholarship for All Round Academic Performance.


Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: NZACD 6 OF THE BEST Speaker: Nadia Lim BCApSc PGDipDiet NZRD
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education
Event Type: Workshop
4-Nov-11 Auckland We are a result of what we eat. More specifically, certain patient subgroups need to be specially advised of the effects an inappropriate diet can have on their health. As dentists and hygienists we provide first hand contact with patients who need dietary advice. Nadia will outline realistic advice you can give your patients for better holistic health.

You will learn:
Positive dietary advice to assist your patients with Type 1 and 2 Diabetes, obesity and cardiovascular issues.


Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education
 
Date
04 Nov 2011

Duration
1 hrs

Venue
Crowne Plaza Auckland Ballroom 1 & 2 128 Albert Street

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Nadia Lim BCApSc PGDipDiet NZRD

Nadia has been cooking since the age of 13y. Although tempted to train as a chef, she instead opted to spend five years as a Scarfie at Otago University where she studied nutrition and dietetics, qualifying as a registered dietitian. For the last 3 years she has worked in adult diabetes, advising on diet and lifestyle to prevent and manage diabetes. Last year, upon a whim, she entered the second series of MasterChef New Zealand, and cooked her way to the top becoming NZ’s MasterChef. She now devotes her time to writing her first cookbook, working as a chef at Auckland’s acclaimed Euro restaurant, various cooking demonstrations and events, and planning how we can tackle NZ’s growing diabetes epidemic.


Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: NZACD 6 OF THE BEST Speaker: Dr Richard Ellis BDS, Cert Endo, Dip American Board Enco
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education
Event Type: Workshop
4-Nov-11 128 Albert Street, Auckland Have you ever had a patient return with pain in a tooth you have recently crowned? Understanding the sources of pulpitis will allow you to sequence treatment properly preventing frustrations from both yourself and your patient.

Richard will guide you through the factors that cause post-operative sensitivity after crown placement.
 

You will learn:
- How to objectively assess pulpitis and treat it appropriately
- How to prevent this from happening in the first place.


Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education
 
Date
04 Nov 2011

Duration
1 hrs

Venue
Crowne Plaza Auckland Ballroom 1 & 2

Location
128 Albert Street, Auckland

Speaker
Dr Richard Ellis BDS, Cert Endo, Dip American Board Enco

Richard received his undergraduate education from Otago University School of Dentistry graduating BDS in 1988. He spent a year as dental house surgeon at Napier hospital’s oral and maxillofacial department then practised general dentistry in Auckland and London, UK prior to embarking on specialty education.

He received his Certificate of Advanced Specialty Education in Endodontics from the Baltimore College of Dentistry, University of Maryland at Baltimore in 1994 and his Diploma from the American Board of Endodontics in 2000.

He spent six years practising endodontics in Dallas, Texas and was Clinical Assistant Professor ( part-time) at Texas A&M Heath Science University Center Baylor College of Dentistry.

In 2005 he was was recognised by his peers by nomination to the list of Texas Super Dentists.

He returned to Auckland and joined Takapuna Endodontics in 2006.

His memberships include:
- Auckland and New Zealand Dental Associations
- American Association of Endodontists
- College of Diplomates, American Board of Endodontics
- New Zealand Society of Endodontics
- Australian and New Zealand Academy of Endodontists

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: THE CHRISTENSEN BOTTOM LINE-2011 Gordon J. Christensen DDS MSD PhD Speaker: Gordon J. Christensen DDS, MSD, PhD
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education Dental Materials Dental Sciences General Dentistry Occlusion & TMJ
Event Type: Workshop
24-Sep-11 Sydney CBD Program will be finalized March 2011 to ensure leading edge material, proposed topics include: Diagnosis and Treatment Planning
Endodontics
Esthetic Dentistry
Implant Dentistry including prosthodontics and surgical
Occlusion
Operative Dentistry
Orthodontics
Pediatric Dentistry
Periodontics
Preventive Dentistry

Prosthodontics including fixed prosthodontics (crown and bridge), implant prosthodontics, maxillofacial prosthetics and removable prosthodontics (dentures)

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education Dental Materials Dental Sciences General Dentistry Occlusion & TMJ
 
Date
24 Sep 2011

Duration
7 hrs

Venue
Sydney WESLEY CONFERENCE CENTRE Phone: (61 2) 9263 5500 Fax: (61 2) 9264 4694 220 Pitt Street, Sydney NSW 2000 PO Box A5555 Sydney South NSW 1235 Email: wesconference@wesleymission.org.au

Location
Sydney CBD

Speaker
Gordon J. Christensen DDS, MSD, PhD

Dr. Christensen is a practicing prosthodontist in Provo, Utah

He has presented over 45,000 hours of continuing education. He is the Founder and Director of Practical Clinical Courses (PCC) in Utah, an international continuing education organization providing courses for all dental professionals.

Gordon and Dr. Rella Christensen are co-founders of the non-profit Gordon J. Christensen CLINICIANS REPORT (previously CRA). Since 1976, they have conducted research in all areas of dentistry and published the findings to the profession in the well-known CRA Newsletter now called CLINICIANS REPORT.

Gordon's degrees include: DDS, University of Southern California; MSD, University of Washington; PhD, University of Denver; an Honorary Doctor of Science from Utah State University, and an honorary Doctor of Dental Education and Research from Utah Valley University.
Workshop: Direct Resin Artistry Speaker: Jason Smithson
Format: Lecture
Category: Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
9-Sep-11 Auckland The philosophy of the course is to introduce a more simple technique which results in a highly aesthetic restoration which is easy to place, with instruments common to all dental offices, using minimal shades of composite resin.

Format
Lecture

Category
Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
09 Sep 2011

Duration
9 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Event Centre 80-100 Ascot Avenue, Greenlane East, Auckland LECTURE 9th September 2011 Room: Remuera

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Jason Smithson

Qualified at the Royal London Hospital in 1995; achieving a number of awards including The Constance Klein Memorial, The Stafford Millar, and The Malcolm Jenkins Scholarships, The American Association of Endodontics Prize and the Overall Award for Clinical Dentistry.

After spending 3 years in oral surgery residency in London, he relocated to Cornwall in the extreme southwest of England. Jason practices at Pure Dental Health and Wellbeing, Cornwall, UK and 38, Devonshire Street in London’s Harley Street Medical District.

His specific interest is direct composite resin artistry and minimally invasive all ceramic restorations and he has presented to dentists locally, nationally and internationally (USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Europe) on this topic. He is a clinical lecturer to final year students at The Peninsula Dental School, Cornwall, UK and is involved in postgraduate dental teaching in both the Cornwall & Isles of Scilly and Plymouth Foundation Dental Practitioners Schemes.

He recently presented at the 2010 World Aesthetics Congress in London, UK and is an invited speaker to the BACD Annual Conference 2011.

He has given hands on programs in the UK, Europe, Canada and USA on behalf of GCUK, GCAmerica, Optident and Triodent. He is a UK “Opinion Leader” for Cosmedent (Enlighten Smiles) and Ivoclar-Vivadent and is a member of the European Restorative Advisory Board for GC Europe.

Jason recently achieved Diplomat Status in Restorative Dentistry from the Royal College of Surgeons (England).

He is a past Chairman of The Cornwall Independent Practitioner’s Group: one of the largest independent study groups in the UK.

In 2009, he was awarded the Pankey Scholarship and in 2011 was voted in the “Top 20 Most Influential Dentists” by Dentistry Magazine.

Organizers
Aluro Healthcare NZ


36a Arrenway Drive
 Mairangi Bay
 North Shore City 0632
NEW ZEALAND

Simon Carter
 tel: 09 477 0285
 fax: 09 479 6851
 email: simonc@aluro.co.nz
Single Location: The How to Guide to Oral Surgery Speaker: Drs Neil Luyk and Ian Cathro
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: Oral Surgery
Event Type: Single Location
16-Aug-11 Ellerslie, Auckland The presentation will be a how to guide to oral surgery for general dentists, covering how to approach minor oral surgery and an update of recent developments in this field of dentistry.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
Oral Surgery
 
Date
16 Aug 2011

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Events Centre, Racecourse road, Ellerslie, Auckland

Location
Ellerslie, Auckland

Speaker
Drs Neil Luyk and Ian Cathro

Both doctors completed their BDS in Otago and have undertaken postgraduate specialist training and hold Masters in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. They are both fellows of the Royal Australasian College of dental Surgeons in oral and maxillofacial surgery. They work in hospitals and private practice in Auckland

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Multi-Location: The Prevention Of Dental Trauma Speaker: Dr Brett Dorney
Format: Hands On Lecture
Category: Dental Education Preventative Dentistry
Event Type: Multi-Location
5-Aug-11 Albany, Auckland The introduction of bar code scanning for mouthguard materials and a totally new pressure laminating machine from Dreve, Germany means that making high quality custom built mouthguards is much simpler. This course will teach participants how to design and manufacture mouthguards. Bleaching trays and parafunction splints will also be fabricated using tried and tested materials.

The course will begin with a lecture on Dental Injury patterns in our community and how this relates to mouthguard design for different age groups and different sports. The majority of the day will be spent fabricating clear and coloured mouthguards under supervision using standard models that will be provided as part of the course. Hand outs detailing literature references, materials, trimming burs and polishers will be available. All fi nished mouthguards are the participants property to take back to their practices. Once the practical exercises have been completed the day will fi nish after a lecture called “Dental disease in todays athletes”. This fi nal lecture will investigate sports drinks, Dental erosion and the changing pattern of disease in our sports people.

Format
Hands On Lecture

Category
Dental Education Preventative Dentistry
 
Date
05 Aug 2011

Duration
6 hrs

Venue
Henry Schein Shalfoon 23A William Pickering Drive

Location
Albany, Auckland

Speaker
Dr Brett Dorney

Dr Brett Dorney is a general practitioner in suburban Sydney with a passion for Sports Dentistry. He was deputy director of Dental services for the Sydney 2000 Olympic and Paralympic games.

Brett is a clinical lecturer with Sydney University and has presented nationally and internationally on mouthguard design and construction throughout Europe, the USA and Australasia.

Brett was a member of the Standards Australia committee that produced guidelines for mouthguards and was appointed President of the USA based Academy for Sports Dentistry in 2006. This year he has been invited to present two lectures at the Academy for Sports Dentistry’s annual symposium which will be held in Las Vegas, June 22-25th 2011.

Organizers
Henry Schein New Zealand


23 William Pickering Drive
 Albany
 Auckland 0632
NEW ZEALAND

Lloyd Huysmans
 tel: 09 927 4052
 fax:
 email: Lloyd.Huysmans@henryschein.co.nz
Workshop: Why You Can Never Have Too Much Porcelain Speaker: Dr Richard Eilenberg
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education Dental Technology
Event Type: Workshop
17-Jun-11 Auckland What is this material? It is long-lasting, durable, customizable, bondable, and aesthetic.

It has all the features of a perfect, tooth-like replacement. But how do we use it and in what situation? What preparation techniques are required?

Compare lab-made restorations with in surgery CAD CAM, we now have options.

Just as important is the excitement and emotion that must be generated in the patient in order for them to say “yes”.

 

Step by step cases will help you explore the world of indirect restorative dentistry.

Learning Objectives:
- Visualize the extensive use and possibilities of porcelain
- Review preparation, soft tissue management, and cementation techniques
- Discover how to create value in your presentations for high quality dentistry.


Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education Dental Technology
 
Date
17 Jun 2011

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Trusts Stadium

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Richard Eilenberg

Dr Richard Eilenberg BDS (Otago) MSc (Lon)

Dr Eilenberg gained his Bachelor of Dental Surgery from Otago in 1981 and was awarded the Leask Silver Memorial Medal” for Conservative Dentistry. In 1989 he gained his Master of Science (London) in Restorative Dentistry and in 1991 established the “Cosmetic Dental Clinic” in Remuera, Auckland.

In 1995 Dr Eilenberg established the “Cosmetic Ceramics Laboratory” where he employed master technician Ron Winter, as well as establishing in 1998, New Zealand’s first private teaching institution, the “New Zealand Institute of Cosmetic Dentistry” specialising in hands-on courses for general dentists.

He began lecturing internationally on cosmetic dentistry techniques in 1999.

In 2000 Dr Eilenberg was elected President, Diplomat and Life Member of the “World Congress of Microdentistry” based in the USA. In 2001 he was awarded New Zealand’s first “Advanced Certificate in Dentistry”.

Dr Eilenberg purchased Cerec 3 in 2002. He also purchased E4D in 2009 and became a New Zealand trainer for advanced techniques using ED4 in 2010. He also became a Biolase iLase trainer in the same year.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: State-of-the-Art Posterior Aesthetics Speaker: Dr David Horbrook
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education Dental Technology
Event Type: Workshop
17-Jun-11 Auckland Adhesive dentistry and new restorative materials that yield improved physical properties give the astute clinician an opportunity to provide their patients with conservative and aesthetic alternatives to traditional posterior restorations. Success is directly related to understanding proper preparation design, choosing the correct materials, laboratory communication, and following proper adhesive cementation protocol. Dr. Hornbrook has placed thousands of both ceramic crowns and indirect-resin inlays and onlays since 1986 and has consulted with numerous manufacturers and laboratories regarding material refinement and increasing predictability. Join him as he demonstrates why these restorations should become the backbone of most aesthetic. State-of-the-art practices.

Objectives and subjects covered will include:
- Understanding the advantages of the new ceramics ideal for posterior restorations
- Cerec 3D
- Leucite Reinforced
- Lithium Disilicate (E.Max, Ivoclar)
- Lava Supported Restorations
- Understanding how we can truly be metal-free, even with posterior bridges
- Eliminating the need for traditional core build-ups in the posterior when using “bonded” ceramics.


Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education Dental Technology
 
Date
17 Jun 2011

Duration
2 hrs

Venue
Trusts Stadium

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr David Horbrook

Dr. David Hornbrook graduated from UCLA School of dentistry and currently practices in San Diego, CA.

He has been a guest faculty member of the post-graduate programs in Cosmetic Dentistry at Baylor, Tufts, SUNY at Buffalo, UMKC, and the UCLA Center of Cosmetic Dentistry. He has consulted with numerous manufacturers’ in product development and refinement and is on the editorial board of Practical Procedures & Aesthetic Dentistry, Contemporary Esthetics, Signature, and is the past editor of the Journal of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.

He is also the current clinical editor of the Dental Practice Report, as well as a member of the Esthetic Dentistry Research Group, which publishes REALITY and REALITY NOW.

Dr Hornbook is an accredited member and Fellow of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and was the founder and past director of P.A.C.~live, and The Hornbrook Group. He has lectured internationally on all facets of aesthetic dentistry and has published articles in all of the leading dental journals.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: Lasers in Aesthetic and Restorative Dentistry Speaker: Dr David Hornbrook
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education Dental Technology
Event Type: Workshop
17-Jun-11 Auckland Materials and technologies have improved the efficiency and predictability of restorative dentistry for clinicians. One technology that has become increasingly utilized in clinical dentistry is that of the laser. Initially introduced as an alternative to the traditional halogen curing light, the laser now has become the instrument of choice in many applications, for both periodontal and restorative care. Join Dr. David Hornbrook as he explores the use of lasers in aesthetic and restorative dentistry.

Objectives and subjects covered will include:
- The use of lasers to enhance the Aesthetic result including:
- Closed-Flap” osseous crown lengthening
- Ovate Pontics
- Hard Tissue Applications
- Gingival Recountouring
- Frenectomies
- Periodontal Treatment.

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education Dental Technology
 
Date
17 Jun 2011

Duration
2 hrs

Venue
Trusts Stadium

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr David Hornbrook

Dr. David Hornbrook graduated from UCLA School of dentistry and currently practices in San Diego, CA.

He has been a guest faculty member of the post-graduate programs in Cosmetic Dentistry at Baylor, Tufts, SUNY at Buffalo, UMKC, and the UCLA Center of Cosmetic Dentistry. He has consulted with numerous manufacturers’ in product development and refinement and is on the editorial board of Practical Procedures & Aesthetic Dentistry, Contemporary Esthetics, Signature, and is the past editor of the Journal of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.

He is also the current clinical editor of the Dental Practice Report, as well as a member of the Esthetic Dentistry Research Group, which publishes REALITY and REALITY NOW.

Dr Hornbook is an accredited member and Fellow of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and was the founder and past director of P.A.C.~live, and The Hornbrook Group. He has lectured internationally on all facets of aesthetic dentistry and has published articles in all of the leading dental journals.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: Prosthetic Problems with Implants and How to Avoid and Fix Them Speaker: Dr Michael-Danesh-Meyer
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education Dental Technology
Event Type: Workshop
16-Jun-11 Auckland This lecture will focus on some of the more common problems encountered during the fabrication and delivery of definitive restorations on dental implants. The restoration of dental implants can be technique sensitive and technically demanding. A successful restoration requires careful treatment planning, an understanding the strengths and weaknesses of the different materials being used, working closely with your dental laboratory and respecting the peri-implant interface. We will examine when problems are likely to be encountered during the fabrication and placement of implant supported restorations and how to avoid them. Some of the topics covered include:
- Excess subgingival cement
- Errors in fixture head impressions
- Subgingival emergence profile
- Gingival recession
- Abutment selection and design
- Incomplete seating of crowns and screw loosening.

Learning Objectives:
- How to recognise aesthetic periodontal implant issues
- How to recognise aesthetic differences between implant systems
- Learn solutions to common implant aesthetic problems.

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education Dental Technology
 
Date
16 Jun 2011

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Trusts Stadium

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Michael-Danesh-Meyer

Dr Danesh-Meyer gained his BDS and MDS (with Distinction) from University of Otago. He subsequently taught at the University and was in full-time private practice limited to dental implants and periodontics in New Zealand prior to his academic appointment in the USA. From 1998-2000 he was Clinical Assistant Professor in Periodontology and Associate Scientist in the Laboratory for Applied Periodontal and Craniofacial Regeneration at Temple University, School of Dentistry in Philadelphia.

He has been involved in preclinical and clinical research involving GTR/GBR & dental implants since 1991, has authored numerous articles and lectures both nationally and internationally on topics related to tissue regeneration and dental implant therapy. While in the USA he was involved in research using recombinant bone morphogenic proteins (rhBMP-2) for periodontal and alveolar regeneration.
 
Dr Danesh-Meyer retuned to New Zealand in 2000 and established the Institute of Dental Implants & Periodontics and the Auckland Clinical Training Centre in Newmarket, Auckland. Dr Danesh-Meyer is a Fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists, ITI member, Faculty member for Global Institute for Dental Education/UCLA Masters program in implant dentistry and is actively involved in teaching periodontics and implant dentistry to dentists, postgraduates and specialists.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: NZACD Symposium 2011 - Achieving Aesthetic Excellence Speaker: Dr David Hornbrook DDS FAACD
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education Dental Technology General Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
16-Jun-11 65-67 Central Park Drive, Waitakere One of the hottest topics in dentistry today is that of “No Prep” veneers. The interest is obviously consumer driven and the increased interest by clinicians is a direct result of their patients asking about it. Join Dr. Hornbrook as he explores the indications, contraindications, and material choices for this exciting procedure. Discussion will include patient records, smile design and the appropriate lab communication to achieve outstanding results!

Objectives and subjects covered will include:
- Case selection – no prep and minimal prep cases
- Creating an ideal result with Smile Design
- Material Selection
- Fabrication Technique of ultra thin pressed ceramic
- Cosmetic clinical photography
- Lab Communication
- Patient Presentations
- How to cement, efficiently
- How to increase Smile Design Cases


Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education Dental Technology General Dentistry
 
Date
16 Jun 2011

Duration
2 hrs

Venue
Trusts Stadium Auckland

Location
65-67 Central Park Drive, Waitakere

Speaker
Dr David Hornbrook DDS FAACD

Dr David Hornbrook graduated from UCLA School of dentistry and currently practices in San Diego, CA. He has been a guest faculty member of the post-graduate programs in Cosmetic Dentistry at Baylor, Tufts, SUNY at Buffalo, UMKC, and the UCLA Center of Cosmetic Dentistry. He has consulted with numerous manufacturers’ in product development and refinement and is on the editorial board of Practical Procedures & Aesthetic Dentistry, Contemporary Esthetics, Signature, and is the past editor of the Journal of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. He is also the current clinical editor of the Dental Practice Report, as well as a member of the Esthetic Dentistry Research Group, which publishes REALITY and REALITY NOW. He is an accredited member and Fellow of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. He was the founder and past director of P.A.C.~live, and The Hornbrook Group. He has lectured internationally on all facets of esthetic dentistry and has published articles in all of the leading dental journals.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder Speaker: Dr David Hornbrook
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education General Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
16-Jun-11 Auckland For the past decade, the search for invisible, beautiful dentistry has been the goal of both the clinician and the manufacturers. The astute clinician, if he or she desires not only to provide beautiful aesthetics, but also for these aesthetics to continue to function long term, must be willing to take the steps necessary to truly understand the advantages, disadvantages, indications, and contraindications of these new materials. Without this knowledge, the quality of care delivered will be compromised.

Objectives and subjects covered will include:
- Understanding the advantages of the new ceramics ideal for smile designs
- Leucite Reinforced
- Lithium Disilicate (E.Max, Ivoclar)
- Lava Supported Restorations
- Preparation ideals
- How to place invisible Supragingival margins
- Blocking out dark preparations
- Understanding why correct choices in materials will yield preferred results, and more.

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education General Dentistry
 
Date
16 Jun 2011

Duration
2 hrs

Venue
Trusts Stadium

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr David Hornbrook

Dr. David Hornbrook graduated from UCLA School of dentistry and currently practices in San Diego, CA.

He has been a guest faculty member of the post-graduate programs in Cosmetic Dentistry at Baylor, Tufts, SUNY at Buffalo, UMKC, and the UCLA Center of Cosmetic Dentistry. He has consulted with numerous manufacturers’ in product development and refinement and is on the editorial board of Practical Procedures & Aesthetic Dentistry, Contemporary Esthetics, Signature, and is the past editor of the Journal of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.

He is also the current clinical editor of the Dental Practice Report, as well as a member of the Esthetic Dentistry Research Group, which publishes REALITY and REALITY NOW.

Dr Hornbook is an accredited member and Fellow of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and was the founder and past director of P.A.C.~live, and The Hornbrook Group. He has lectured internationally on all facets of aesthetic dentistry and has published articles in all of the leading dental journals.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: The Science Behind Dental Materials Speaker: Dr Oliver Hass
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Materials Dental Sciences
Event Type: Workshop
16-May-11 Ellerslie, Auckland This three hour presentation will provide an insight into the science and evolution of various dental materials.

You will learn how they are applied, some of the common mistakes made and how to choose the right material to produce ideal treatment outcomes.

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Materials Dental Sciences
 
Date
16 May 2011

Duration
3 hrs

Venue
NZDA House Building 1, 195 Main Highway

Location
Ellerslie, Auckland

Speaker
Dr Oliver Hass

Dr. Hass studied chemistry at the Oldenburg University (Germany) and was awarded his diploma in 2001. He gained his Ph.D. in 2006 for his work in the field of Supramolecular Chemistry (summa cum laude).

From 2006 to 2008 he worked as researcher and lecturer at the Kassel University where he was member of the Center for Interdisciplinary Nanostructure Science and Technology. In 2008 he joined VOCO.

His key aspects of research were Molecular Design, Organic and Metallo-organic Synthesis as well as Analytical Chemistry. In Kassel he focused on the synthesis and evaluation of organic semiconductors.

Due to his chemical background, he is an expert in structure-activity relationships.

Dr. Hass works as a lecturer since 2002. He taught students in Organic Chemistry and nanotechnology at the Oldenburg and Kassel Universities. From 2002-2004 he also gave lectures in Chemistry at the Oldenburg/Ostfriesland/Wilhelmshaven University of Applied Sciences. Lectures about presentation techniques are another aspect Dr Oliver Hass of his portfolio.

Organizers
Voco


22 Dianne Louise Drive
 Half Moon Bay

 Auckland 2012
New Zealand

Raimondo Baroli
 tel:
 fax:
 email: r.baroli@voco.com
Workshop: MCC4 Speaker: Billy Doyle & Luke Summers
Format: Hands On
Category: Medical Emergencies
Event Type: Workshop
12-May-11 112 Great South Rd, Newmarket Format
Hands On

Category
Medical Emergencies
 
Date
12 May 2011

Duration
4 hrs

Venue
Best Western Motor Lodge

Location
112 Great South Rd, Newmarket

Speaker
Billy Doyle & Luke Summers
Both NZRC Level 6 instructors

Organizers
Emcare Services Limited


4 Raphael Place
 West Harbour


 Auckland City 0618
New Zealand

Emcare Services
 tel: 09 477 0286
 fax: 09 973 5756
 email: yvette@emcare.co.nz
Workshop: The Science of Happiness Speaker: Dr Tony Fernando
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: General Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
19-Apr-11 Racecourse Rd, Remuera Auckland The presentation 'The Science of Happiness' explores the key concepts of positive psychology. Including the development of a practical approach that will aid dental practitioners to communicate better with their patients developing an attitude , maintaining mindfulness as well as developing compassion and forgiveness .All concepts that will assist dentists in their day to day health care practice.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
General Dentistry
 
Date
19 Apr 2011

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Events Centre, Auckland

Location
Racecourse Rd, Remuera Auckland

Speaker
Dr Tony Fernando

Dr Tony Fernando, Senior Lecturer in Psychological Medicine, University of Auckland.he is a community Psychiatrist and also runs the only insommia focused clinic in New Zealand. He graduated from the University of Philippines and pursued his psychiatry and sleep medicine training at the University of Pennsylvania.

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Workshop: New Developments in Materials and Technologies Speaker: Dr Joe Oxman
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Materials Dental Sciences Dental Technology
Event Type: Workshop
16-Feb-11 Auckland Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Materials Dental Sciences Dental Technology
 
Date
16 Feb 2011

Duration
1 hrs

Venue
Crowne Plaza Hotel

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Joe Oxman

Joe Oxman received his Ph.D. in Organic (photo) chemistry from Northwestern University in 1983. He has been employed by 3M for 26 years, is currently a Corporate Scientist with the 3M ESPE division and has been involved in the development of many dental and non-dental technologies and materials. He is considered a global expert in photocurable systems, nanotechnology, resin modified glass ionomer materials and hard tissue adhesives.

Some of his key product and technology contributions have included: novel photoinitiator systems utilized in numerous 3MTM ESPETM products including the recently introduced FiltekTM Silorane (Low shrinkage dental restorative); the development of Resin Modified Glass Ionomers including KetacTM Nano; Dental adhesive technologies such as AdperTMSingle Bond 2 and several related products: Imprint 2 impression material; 3M ClinproTM Sealant and the associated photo induced colour change technology; He has also co-developed several non-dental adhesive products for fiber optic and electronic applications. Joe has >75 Issued and >20 pending US patents, 55+ publications in reputable technical journals and has been an invited lecturer internationally for more than 80 presentations and classes

Organizers
3M New Zealand Ltd


3M ESPE Dental Products
 94 Apollo Drive
 Rosedale

 Auckland 0632
NEW ZEALAND

Janine Williams
 tel: 09 477 6624
 fax: 09 477 6679
 email: jwilliams2@mmm.com
Workshop: 6 OF THE BEST Speaker: Sean D'Souza
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education
Event Type: Workshop
27-Nov-10 128 Albert Street A few simple strategies to dramatically improve your case acceptances.

What do your patients think? How do you form powerful communication pieces by using a few simple strategies that will make your patients want treatment?

Sean D'Souzas lecture makes the process of communication so simple, so logical and so entertaining that you can't help wondering why everyone doesn't do it his way. The principles are easy to understand – applying them takes practice and you will see your case acceptances improve. See the results.

Mr Sean D'Souza will cover the concept of “Seven red bags” and help us understand how our customers process information they see and hear in our practices.

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education
 
Date
27 Nov 2010

Duration
1 hrs

Venue
Crowne Plaza Auckland

Location
128 Albert Street

Speaker
Sean D'Souza

Sean has been a long time columnist on marketing tactics in the Friday ‘Business Herald’ “Physiological Marketing Tactics”.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: 6 OF THE BEST Speaker: Dr Duncan Anderson
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education Dental Technology General Dentistry Occlusion & TMJ Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
27-Nov-10 128 Albert Street, Auckland Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education Dental Technology General Dentistry Occlusion & TMJ Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
27 Nov 2010

Duration
1 hrs

Venue
Crowne Plaza Auckland

Location
128 Albert Street, Auckland

Speaker
Dr Duncan Anderson

Duncan graduated BDS Otago in 1985, he returned in 1989 to complete his Dip.Clin.Dent in oral surgery. He practices in Central Otago where he enjoys extending the range of treatment options available to his patients. As well as cosmetic dentistry he provides implant placement and restoration, oral/perio surgery, CADCAM, preventative and laser dentistry. He believes strongly in the need for the existence of a group such as the NZACD to provide guidance, training and ethos for its members.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: 6 OF THE B EST Speaker: Dr John Wright BSc DipSci BDS FRACDS
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education Dental Technology General Dentistry Patient Management Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
27-Nov-10 128 Albert Street, Auckland White Line Fever

Composite restoration placement is now seen as our bread and butter in restorative dentistry but have you ever seen white lines around the edges of your recently placed composites?

White lines are more than a surface phenomenon and may be an indicator that your composites are failing, leading to micro-leakage, recurrent decay and pain. They have a multifactorial aetiology which needs to be understood to prevent the repeated failure of your dentistry.

John Wright will explain the factors that lead to the formation of white lines and outline strategies to minimise their formation to allow your dentistry to last longer.

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education Dental Technology General Dentistry Patient Management Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
27 Nov 2010

Duration
1 hrs

Venue
Crowne Plaza Auckland Ballroom 1

Location
128 Albert Street, Auckland

Speaker
Dr John Wright BSc DipSci BDS FRACDS

John graduated in 1994, and gained his Fellowship in Restorative Dentistry in 2000. He has been involved with the AACD since 2001 and was one of the founders of the NZACD. He was also on the ADA executive for three years. He was a former board member of the International Board Council of the AACD.

He has presented to both the ADA and the Canterbury branch of the NZDA. He has also lectured throughout New Zealand on Digital Clinical Photography

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: 6 OF THE BEST Speaker: Dr Clarence Tam HBSc, DDS
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education Dental Technology General Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
27-Nov-10 128 Albert Street Simple preventative Cosmetic Dental Techniques.

How can restorative and orthodontic philosophies be used in an environment where we strive to be minimally invasive and not compromise functional aesthetics?

Participants will be guided through a de-mystified layering technique for a complex, veneer 3/4 crown on a anterior tooth. Participants will also be shown when a composite should be used and when porcelain should be used in the anterior section. Participants will also be shown how an arch development technique can dramatically improve cosmetic outcomes which is well within a GP’s ability.

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education Dental Technology General Dentistry
 
Date
27 Nov 2010

Duration
1 hrs

Venue
Crowne Plaza Auckland

Location
128 Albert Street

Speaker
Dr Clarence Tam HBSc, DDS

Born and raised in Canada, Dr Tam was a top-ranked graduate at the University of Western Ontario, during which time he also had the privilege on completing a competitive oral surgery externship at Harvard University under Dr. Leonard Kaban at the Massachusetts General Hospital. Following graduation, he was accepted into a prestigious General Practice Residency in Paediatric Dentistry at the renowned Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto.

Dr Tam is practicing in Auckland and is an expert in aesthetic restorations using both porcelains and composites and an active member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, New Zealand Dental Association and Canadian Dental Association.

He is a contributor of publications to the New Zealand Dental Association News as well as local media. He is a reviewer of new dental materials for several multinational dental companies.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: 6 OF THE BEST Speaker: Dr Dylan Yung BDS
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education
Event Type: Workshop
27-Nov-10 128 Albert Street, Auckland Two different type of bonding systems
Dr Yung will present the advantages of Self-Etch and the Disadvantages of Total-Etch.
Who will win? YOU BE THE JUDGE

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education
 
Date
27 Nov 2010

Duration
1 hrs

Venue
Crowne Plaza Auckland

Location
128 Albert Street, Auckland

Speaker
Dr Dylan Yung BDS

Dr Dylan Yung graduated from the University of Otago with a Bachelor of Dental Surgery in 1992.

He is a founding member of the New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and maintains a private practice in Auckland.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: 6 OF THE BEST Speaker: Dr David Lovrich BDS
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education
Event Type: Workshop
27-Nov-10 128 Albert Street, Auckland Two different types of bonding systems
Dr Dave Lovrich will present the advantages of Total- Etch and Disadvantages of Self-Etch.
Who Will Win. You be the judge.

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education
 
Date
27 Nov 2010

Duration
1 hrs

Venue
Crowne Plaza Auckland

Location
128 Albert Street, Auckland

Speaker
Dr David Lovrich BDS

Dave has been in general practice in Auckland's North Shore since 1980.

He is one of the original founders of the NZACD. He is a past ADA executive member and served as Northern Peer Review Chairman for three years. He has lectured on many topics and run hands on composite placement seminars in New Zealand and overseas. He has attended many courses in the US, Brazil and Australia on cosmetic, orthodontics and restorative dentistry.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: NZACD Auckland Study Group Meeting Speaker: Dr Dylan Yung
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education
Event Type: Workshop
9-Nov-10 110 Symonds Street, Auckland With the ever-increasing exposure of elective cosmetic procedures in the media I would suggest it is here to stay.

The challenge for the dental profession is that with all of this media attention our patient’s expectations are at an all time high.

In order to fulfil these expectations careful consideration must be given to the basic principles of aesthetic dentistry.

 

Learn about:
- Some of these principles
- Clinical tips through a review of a variety of clinical cases.

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education
 
Date
09 Nov 2010

Duration
2 hrs

Venue
Nobel Biocare Facility

Location
110 Symonds Street, Auckland

Speaker
Dr Dylan Yung

Dr Dylan Yung graduated from the University of Otago with a Bachelor of Dental Surgery in 1992.

He is a founding member of the New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and maintains a private practice in Auckland.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Single Location: Botulinum Toxin Workshop - Advanced Level Speaker: Dr Jocelyn Logan / Dr Dee O'Neill
Format: Hands On Lecture
Category: General Dentistry
Event Type: Single Location
28-Sep-10 Auckland Learn more about the pharmacology of Botulinum Toxin and its use in dentistry.

Practical session will involve demonstration and one on one supervised injections of lower face techniques.

Format
Hands On Lecture

Category
General Dentistry
 
Date
28 Sep 2010

Duration
4 hrs

Venue
Now to be held at: NZDA Board Room Building 1, 195 Main Highway, Ellerslie, Auckland

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Jocelyn Logan / Dr Dee O'Neill

Dr Jocelyn Logan BDS 1980 Otago, Dip GDP 1995 UK

Dr Dee O'Neill MB BCh 1982 Dubl, Dip Obst 1989 Otago, FRNZCGP 1999

Organizers

New Zealand Medical & Scientific Ltd


2a Fisher Crescent
 Mt. Wellington
 Auckland 1060
New Zealand

Chellie Braddock-Hazlewood
 tel: 09 259 4062
 fax:
 email: cbraddock@nzms.co.nz
Workshop: Appearance Medicine Speaker: Dr Joanna Romanowska
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education Patient Management
Event Type: Workshop
10-Aug-10 110 Symonds Street, Auckland Introduction and overview of various cosmetic dental modalities that include Botulinum Toxin.

Learn about:
- Relieving TMJ pain.
- Lip line affecting teeth length in a new smile makeover.
- Using Botulinum Toxin to help get the dental cosmetic outcomes desired and how to assess if Botulinum Toxin is needed.
- What are the contraindications of including using Botulinum Toxin in dental cosmetic procedures?
- Medical history that is required to determine suitability of a patient to use Botulinum Toxin in dental cosmetic procedures.
- Side effects of Botulinum Toxin.

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education Patient Management
 
Date
10 Aug 2010

Duration
2 hrs

Venue
Nobel Biocare facility

Location
110 Symonds Street, Auckland

Speaker
Dr Joanna Romanowska

Joanna Romanowska operates, with equal passion, in two parts of the medical world. One where she is a highly qualified and respected General Practitioner, the other where she is an outstanding advocate, practitioner and pioneer in Appearance Medicine. She is proud of the creative and life-changing work she can pursue at Clinic 42 and believes strongly in her practice’s brand proposition: “You’ll love what you see”.

Joanna graduated with a medical degree in South Africa in 1990 and travelled extensively, working as a GP in various countries before finally settling in New Zealand in 1993. Here she established herself as a partner in a large group-practice in South Auckland.

Joanna has been practicing Appearance Medicine since 1998 and is one of the pioneers in this field. She is a founding director of Clinic42 where she specializes in Botox and dermal filler procedures and is a Fellow of the New Zealand College of Appearance Medicine, where she is involved with the training of new graduates.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: Methamphetamine and Drug Awareness Speaker: Mike Sabin
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: General Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
15-Jun-10 Auckland Presentation on the why and how of the history of methamphetamine in NZ including the properties of the drug. Addiction effects, treatment, modes of use and sale will be discussed. Signs and indicators, "meth mouth", risks and implications for dealing with users will also be covered

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
General Dentistry
 
Date
15 Jun 2010

Duration
2.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Events Centre, Auckland

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Mike Sabin

Methcon Group Ltd Managing Director expert in NZ and overseas on methamphetamine and drug policy.

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Workshop: Newshound to watchdog Speaker: Rae Lamb
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: General Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
18-May-10 Auckland Discussion of investigations of dental complaints by the Health and Disability Commissioner

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
General Dentistry
 
Date
18 May 2010

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Events Centre Ascot Ave Remuera

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Rae Lamb

Deputy Health and Disability Commissioner

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Multi-Location: Supportive Therapy - a Key to implant treatment success: A course for dentists and dental hygienists Speaker: Dr. Richard Longbottom
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education Dental Hygienist Courses Dental Implants
Event Type: Multi-Location
17-May-10 Auckland Following implant placement, the long term success of implant therapy requires preservation of the obtained integration between the implant and the host tissues. This course will help the clinician to treat and maintain the implant surface and aid diagnosis of when to refer for treatment.

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education Dental Hygienist Courses Dental Implants
 
Date
17 May 2010

Duration
2.67 hrs

Venue
Central Periodontics Dental Education 29 Peach parade Remuera AUCKLAND

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr. Richard Longbottom

Dr. Richard Longbottom graduated from the University of Otago School of Dentistry BDS. From 1999-2001, he went to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC, USA and completed his Masters in Implantology and Periodontology. He is currently Adjunct Assistant Professor to the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. He was recently nominated as a Fellow of the International Team of Implantologists. Dr. Longbottom’s research gives him expertise in bone regeneration and dental implants. He is currently practicing at 31 Peach Pde., Remuera, Auckland where he is in full time private practice.

Organizers
Auckland Dental Implant & Perio Care Ltd


31 Peach Parade
 Remuera
 Auckland 1050
NEW ZEALAND

Richard Longbottom
 tel: +64 9 524 2855
 fax: +64 9 524 2854
 email: rick@topgums.co.nz
Workshop: Looking Good While Going Straight Speaker: Janice Sommerville, mark beresford, John Shennan, Lee-Anne Croucher
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: Orthodontics
Event Type: Workshop
20-Apr-10 Ellerslie Auckland Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
Orthodontics
 
Date
20 Apr 2010

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Events Centre

Location
Ellerslie Auckland

Speaker
Janice Sommerville, mark beresford, John Shennan, Lee-Anne Croucher

Janice Sommerville, Mark Beresford and John Shennan are all practising orthodontist in the Auckland area and Lee-Anne Croucher is the practice development manager at ICA Ortho Services NZ Ltd

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Workshop: Current Clinical Concepts with Adhesive Restorations Speaker: Dr Didier Dietschi
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education Dental Technology General Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
12-Mar-10 128 Albert Street Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education Dental Technology General Dentistry
 
Date
12 Mar 2010

Duration
7.83 hrs

Venue
Crowne Plaza Auckland

Location
128 Albert Street

Speaker
Dr Didier Dietschi

He is a leading European dental educator based in Geneva, Switzerland. He received his degree in Dentistry in 1984, a Doctoral thesis in 1989, a PhD degree in 2003 from the University of Geneva. He co-authored the book "Adhesive Metal-free Restorations: current concepts for the aesthetic treatment of posterior teeth" by Quintessence publishing. After maintaining various teaching and research positions at the University of Geneva, he is currently active as a senior lecturer at this university and is also associate Professor at Case Western University, in Cleveland (USA).

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Single Location: The A - P of Composite Resins - Posterior Workshop Speaker: Dr Didier Dietschi
Format: Hands On
Category: Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Single Location
8-Mar-10 Queensland, Australia 1-day hands-on workshop on Posterior Composite Resins

Format
Hands On

Category
Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
08 Mar 2010

Duration
6 hrs

Venue
Crowne Plaza, Surfers Paradise

Location
Queensland, Australia

Speaker
Dr Didier Dietschi

Didier Dietschi
D.M.D, PhD, Privat-Docent
Specialist SVPR

Ass. Professor
Received his degree in Dentistry in 1984, a Doctoral thesis in 1989, a PhD degree in 2003 and Privat-Docent degree in 2004 all from the University of Geneva. After maintaining various teaching and research positions at the University of Geneva, he is currently active as a senior lecturer at this university and is also associate Professor at Case Western University, in Cleveland (USA).

Dr. D. Dietschi is in charge of anterior adhesive restorations and perio-implant surgery.

Organizers
CEO Dental
Single Location: The A - P of Composite Resins - Anterior Workshop Speaker: Dr Didier Dietschi
Format: Hands On
Category: Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Single Location
7-Mar-10 Queensland, Australia 1-day hands-on workshop on Anterior Composite Resins

Format
Hands On

Category
Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
07 Mar 2010

Duration
6 hrs

Venue
Crowne Plaza, Surfers Paradise

Location
Queensland, Australia

Speaker
Dr Didier Dietschi

Didier Dietschi
D.M.D, PhD, Privat-Docent
Specialist SVPR
Ass. Professor

Received his degree in Dentistry in 1984, a Doctoral thesis in 1989, a PhD degree in 2003 and Privat-Docent degree in 2004 all from the University of Geneva. After maintaining various teaching and research positions at the University of Geneva, he is currently active as a senior lecturer at this university and is also associate Professor at Case Western University, in Cleveland (USA).

Dr. D. Dietschi is in charge of anterior adhesive restorations and perio-implant surgery.

Organizers
CEO Dental Seminars
Single Location: The A - P of Composite Resins - Lecture Speaker: Dr Didier Dietschi
Format: Lecture
Category: Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Single Location
05-06 Mar 2010 Queensland, Australia 2-day lecture program on Anterior and Posterior Composite Restorations

Format
Lecture

Category
Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
05-06 Mar 2010

Duration
12 hrs

Venue
Crowne Plaza, Surfers Paradise

Location
Queensland, Australia

Speaker
Dr Didier Dietschi

Didier Dietschi
D.M.D, PhD, Privat-Docent
Specialist SVPR
Ass. Professor

Received his degree in Dentistry in 1984, a Doctoral thesis in 1989, a PhD degree in 2003 and Privat-Docent degree in 2004 all from the University of Geneva. After maintaining various teaching and research positions at the University of Geneva, he is currently active as a senior lecturer at this university and is also associate Professor at Case Western University, in Cleveland (USA).

Dr. D. Dietschi is in charge of anterior adhesive restorations and perio-implant surgery.

Organizers
CEO Dental Seminars
Multi-Location: Mastering your risk workshops Speaker: Anthony Poli
Format: Lecture
Category: Patient Management
Event Type: Multi-Location
21-Nov-09 Ellerslie, Auckland International research shows that clinicians have the potential to reduce the risk of complaints and claims by improving communication skills and better managing patient expectations.

This workshop gives dentists a thorough grounding in the issues surrounding risk management and introduces practical preventative skills and techniques dentists can implement immediately to reduce risk.

The workshop uses international research to explain the rationale and concepts behind preventative risk management including:
- Understanding why patients complain
- Why certain ‘chairside’ manners expose some dentists to increased risk
- The importance of managing patient expectations
- The need to effectively communicate with all members of the dental team
- The role of good documentation

The workshop then addresses what dentists can do to reduce risk. The workshop delivers communication skills training to dentists, modelled on successful international risk management programmes aimed at assisting in reducing risk. Dentists also experience practical training in techniques to improve communication skills and patient satisfaction.

Format
Lecture

Category
Patient Management
 
Date
21 Nov 2009

Duration
2.83 hrs

Venue
NZDA House

Location
Ellerslie, Auckland

Speaker
Anthony Poli

Anthony Poli
BDSc, MBus, DipClinHyp, FICD, FPFA

Anthony Poli has been in private dental practice for over 18 years after 14 years in the School Dental Service in Western Australia.

He has always had a keen interest in education, not only completing a Masters degree in Business but also a Diploma in Clinical Hypnosis. He has been a past secretary fo the WA Branch of the Australian Society of Hypnosis.

He is a Past-President of ADAWA and is currently an ADA Federal Councillor. He is also part-time clinical tutor at the Oral Health Centre of Western Australia.

He has had extensive experience in risk management issues gleaned from his time as ADAWA President. It was here he came into contact with DPL and this sparked a desire to be a part of the DPL/Cognitive alliance to help dentists with risk management issues.

Organizers
DPL Educational Services


NZDA
 PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
New Zealand

Kirsten McCarthy
 tel: 09 579 8001
 fax: 09 580 0010
 email: kirsten@nzda.org.nz
Workshop: Branch Meeting Speaker: Dra Cameron Lewis and John Harrison
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: Branch Meetings
Event Type: Workshop
17-Nov-09 Auckland A Look at Hospital Based Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
Branch Meetings
 
Date
17 Nov 2009

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Event Centre

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dra Cameron Lewis and John Harrison

Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Single Location: Skin Cancers & Other Facial Skin Lesions Speaker: Dr Fergus Oliver
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education General Dentistry
Event Type: Single Location
10-Nov-09 110 Symonds Street Auckland Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education General Dentistry
 
Date
10 Nov 2009

Duration
2 hrs

Venue
Nobel Biocare Facilities

Location
110 Symonds Street Auckland

Speaker
Dr Fergus Oliver

Dr Fergus Oliver is a Dermatologist, Dermatological Surgeon and a Dermatopathologist. He specialises in the management of skin cancer, complex inflammatory skin conditions, skin surgery, Mohs micrographic surgery, laser surgery and dermatopathology. He trained in Auckland then completed a Dermatopathology Fellowship at the Mayo Clinic in the USA before undertaking further training at the St Johns Institute of Dermatology in London.

Dr Oliver is currently working in his private practice in Remuera; is a Consultant Dermatologist with Auckland District Health Board and a Dermatopathologist at Labtests and DML.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Single Location: Biomechanics II: Impressioning, Provisionals and Foundation Restorations Speaker: Dr John C. Kois, DMD, MSD
Format: Hands On Lecture Peer Contact
Category: Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Single Location
08-10 Oct 2009 Seattle, Washington, U.S.A Kois Center Course: Biomechanics II: Impressioning, Provisionals and Foundation Restorations

Format
Hands On Lecture Peer Contact

Category
Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
08-10 Oct 2009

Duration
27 hrs

Venue
Kois Center

Location
Seattle, Washington, U.S.A

Speaker
Dr John C. Kois, DMD, MSD

Received his D.M. D. from the University of Pennsylvania, School of Dental Medicine and Certificate in Periodontal Prosthodontics with a M.S.D. degree from the University of Washington, School of Dentistry. He maintains a private practice limited to Prosthodontics in Tacoma and Seattle and is an Affiliate Professor in the Graduate Restorative Program at the University of Washington. Dr. Kois continues to lecture nationally and internationally, is reviewer for the International Journal of Prosthodontics and is a member of the Editorial Board for The Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry. Dr. Kois is the recipient of the 2002 Saul Schluger Memorial Award for Clinical Excellence in Diagnosis and Treatment Planning. His memberships to professional organizations include American Academy of Restorative Dentistry and American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry. In addition, he continues to work with restorative dentists at the Kois Center, a didactic and clinical teaching program.

Organizers
Kois Center
Single Location: Biomechanics I: Fundamentals for Cohesively and Adhesively Retained Restorations Speaker: Dr John C. Kois, DMD, MSD
Format: Hands On Lecture Peer Contact
Category: Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Single Location
05-07 Oct 2009 Seattle, Washington, U.S.A Kois Center Course: Biomechanics I: Fundamentals for Cohesively and Adhesively Retained Restorations

Format
Hands On Lecture Peer Contact

Category
Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
05-07 Oct 2009

Duration
27 hrs

Venue
Kois Center

Location
Seattle, Washington, U.S.A

Speaker
Dr John C. Kois, DMD, MSD

Received his D.M. D. from the University of Pennsylvania, School of Dental Medicine and Certificate in Periodontal Prosthodontics with a M.S.D. degree from the University of Washington, School of Dentistry. He maintains a private practice limited to Prosthodontics in Tacoma and Seattle and is an Affiliate Professor in the Graduate Restorative Program at the University of Washington. Dr. Kois continues to lecture nationally and internationally, is reviewer for the International Journal of Prosthodontics and is a member of the Editorial Board for The Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry. Dr. Kois is the recipient of the 2002 Saul Schluger Memorial Award for Clinical Excellence in Diagnosis and Treatment Planning. His memberships to professional organizations include American Academy of Restorative Dentistry and American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry. In addition, he continues to work with restorative dentists at the Kois Center, a didactic and clinical teaching program.

Organizers
Kois Center
Single Location: Digital Photography for Dentists Speaker: Dr Dylan Yung
Format: Hands On Lecture
Category: Radiography
Event Type: Single Location
4-Sep-09 Newmarket Basic principles of dental photography for easy, accurate and consistent results
Identify key features you must look for when purchasing a camera and choosing the right camera
How to set up your camera for diagnostic dental images
Keys to capturing diagnostic portrait, smile and retracted views of your patients
How to avoid the pitfalls that could inadvertently and permanently ruin your images
You are welcome to bring along your own cameras and laptop computers for the course.

Format
Hands On Lecture

Category
Radiography
 
Date
04 Sep 2009

Duration
4 hrs

Venue
level 4, 142 Broadway

Location
Newmarket

Speaker
Dr Dylan Yung

About the Presenter: Dr Dylan Yung graduated from the University of Otago with his BDS in 1992. He brings to you a wealth of knowledge from his extensive training abroad at the Fahl Centre for Aesthetic Dentistry (Brazil), the Kois Centre, UCLA & the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies (USA) where he is also a clinical instructor. Dylan is an active member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry & the NZ Dental Association. Dr Dylan Yung maintains private practice in Newmarket, Auckland with a focus on reconstructive and aesthetic dentistry.

Organizers
Auckland Clinical Training Centre


Level 4
 142 Broadway
 Newmarket
 Auckland 1023
NEW ZEALAND

Karen Isaacs-Brien
 tel: 09 524 9002
 fax: 09 524 7070
 email: ohc@implantdentist.co.nz
Single Location: NZACD Auckland Study Group Meeting Speaker: Dr Vincent Bennani
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education Dental Implants Dental Technology General Dentistry Prosthodontics
Event Type: Single Location
11-Aug-09 Auckland Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education Dental Implants Dental Technology General Dentistry Prosthodontics
 
Date
11 Aug 2009

Duration
2 hrs

Venue
Nobel Biocare Facility 110 Symonds Street

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Vincent Bennani

Dr Vincent Bennani is a Senior Lecturer in the Oral Rehabilitation Department of Otago University, New Zealand. He is a graduate of University of Reims, France, School of Dental Medicine. Dr Bennani trained in prosthodontics at Tufts University, Boston, USA, and also completed postgraduate education in implantology at Bordeaux University, France and a Doctorate from the University of Nice, France.

For over 13 years Dr Bennani maintained a full-time private practice on the French Riviera with a primary focus on cosmetic dentistry, full mouth rehabilitation, and implantology working on both, surgical and restorative aspects. During this period he did the majority of his own technical work.

His research expertise is Titanium microstructure and its relationship to mechanical properties. Since 2002 he has been developing and experimenting, with several companies, his own patent "implant supported titanium final framework as a surgical guide”. Besides lecturing internationally on prosthodontics, biomaterials and implantology, he also has published numerous articles. Furthermore, Dr. Bennani authored and coauthored several books on prosthodontics and implantology.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: Oral Surgery Update Speaker: Nigel Parr
Format: Lecture
Category: Occlusion & TMJ Oral Surgery & Medicine
Event Type: Workshop
24-Jun-09 Remuera, Akld Format
Lecture

Category
Occlusion & TMJ Oral Surgery & Medicine
 
Date
24 Jun 2009

Duration
1 hrs

Venue
Nigel Parr's Office 11 Greenlane East Remuera

Location
Remuera, Akld

Speaker
Nigel Parr
Oral Surgeon & Maxillofacial Surgeon, private practice
Workshop: Digital Dentistry: Beyond Imagination Speaker: Lee Culp
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education Dental Hygienist Courses Dental Technology General Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
18-Jun-09 128 Albert Street As Dentistry evolves into the digital world, incorporation of computerisation and new acquisition and manufacturing technologies will provide more efficient methods of restoration fabrication and communication, while retaining the individual creativity and artistry of the skilled Dentist and Technician. New technology will only enhance the close cooperation and working relationship of the Dentist/Technician team. The evolution from Hand to Digital design and the application of Diagnostic 3-D previews, along with provisional restorations, and their digital replicas to guide the restorative team in the creation of Cad-Cam restorations will be presented. Close your knowledge gap with a comparison of ceramic materials and CAD/CAM systems, and advances in digital dentistry.

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education Dental Hygienist Courses Dental Technology General Dentistry
 
Date
18 Jun 2009

Duration
2.5 hrs

Venue
Ballroom - Level 5 Crowne Plaza Auckland

Location
128 Albert Street

Speaker
Lee Culp

Lee Culp, CDT is the owner of Mosaic Studios and the Director of Technology and Innovation at the Dawson Academy. He maintains an active teaching schedule at these, and other post graduate teaching centers focusing on reconstructive and aesthetic dentistry.

Lee is the editor in chief of Spectrum and associate editor of Teamwork. He is also on the editorial board of Practical Procedures and Aesthetic Dentistry, and Compendium, Inside Dentistry.

He is a leading resource/inventor for many of the materials, products, and techniques used in dentistry today, holds numerous patents for his ideas and products. Lee writes many articles per year, and his writing, photography, and teaching style have brought him international recognition, as one of today’s most exciting lecturers and innovative artisans in the specialty of dental ceramics and functional aesthetics

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: Bridging The Gap - How To Learn Your Patient's Stories Speaker: Sandy Roth
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education Dental Hygienist Courses Dental Technology General Dentistry Oral & General Health Patient Management
Event Type: Workshop
18-Jun-09 128 Albert Street Every patient has a story which will tell you how to meet their expectations and needs. This hands-on programme will ensure every member of the team has a better understanding of how patients make choices and how you can prepare yourself effectively to serve them.

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education Dental Hygienist Courses Dental Technology General Dentistry Oral & General Health Patient Management
 
Date
18 Jun 2009

Duration
3.25 hrs

Venue
Ballroom - Level 5 Crowne Plaza Auckland

Location
128 Albert Street

Speaker
Sandy Roth

Sandy Roth, a ten year corporate gold member of the AACD, is a communications specialist helping dentists and teams with patient and inter-team dynamics for over 25 years. Highly regarded as one of the most effective educators in dentistry, Sandy offers hands-on, participative workshops that actually help people learn the skills they need to be effective in today's challenging times.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: Prosthodontic Treatment Planning Speaker: Dr Gilbert Watson
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: Branch Meetings
Event Type: Workshop
16-Jun-09 Auckland Critical Analysis in Prosthodontic Treatment planning from simple to complex cases involving implants and teeth

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
Branch Meetings
 
Date
16 Jun 2009

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Event Centre

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Gilbert Watson
Specialist Prosthodontist

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Workshop: General Meeting Speaker: Dr D Lovrich et al
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: Branch Meetings
Event Type: Workshop
21-Apr-09 Auckland Cosmetic Dentistry

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
Branch Meetings
 
Date
21 Apr 2009

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Event Centre

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr D Lovrich et al
Members of NZ Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Workshop: NZRC Modular Core Certificate Speaker: Gareth Jenkin
Format: Hands On
Category: Medical Emergencies
Event Type: Workshop
23-Jan-09 Auckland NZRC LEVEL 4 OPEN COURSE HELD IN NEWMARKET

Format
Hands On

Category
Medical Emergencies
 
Date
23 Jan 2009

Duration
4 hrs

Venue
RAYLAND EPSOM MOTEL 98 GREAT SOUTH ROAD NEWMARKET

Location
AUCKLAND

Speaker
Gareth Jenkin
NZRC Level 6 Instructor

Organizers
Emcare Services Limited


4 Raphael Place
 West Harbour


 Auckland City 0618
New Zealand

Emcare Services
 tel: 09 477 0286
 fax: 09 973 5756
 email: yvette@emcare.co.nz
Workshop: The Harmonic basis Of Aesthetic Dentistry Speaker: Michel Magne
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education
Event Type: Workshop
23-Oct-08 110 Symonds Street, Auckland Bonded Porcelain Restorations

The Harmonic Basis of Aesthetic Dentistry.

The knowledge about natural oral esthetics and the interactive relationship between patient-clinician-technician constitute the basic strategies for successful esthetic rehabilitations. Study models and diagnostic wax-ups, as well as mock-ups and provisional restorations represent a key element in the realization of esthetic rehabilitations. In particular, they provide indispensable diagnostic information, they contribute significantly to adjacent soft tissue conditioning, and they assure the patient’s subjective comfort during this intermediate phase of treatment. The treatment outcome strongly depends on the therapeutic approach chosen. This lecture describes a treatment rationale that comprises the use of a diagnostic template. This type of work strategy, documented with clinical cases, integrates diagnostic wax-ups, mock-ups and indirect provisionals using simplified and efficient fabrication techniques to secure the way to achieve ultimate aesthetics with the final bonded porcelain restoration.

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education
 
Date
23 Oct 2008

Duration
2.5 hrs

Venue
Nobel Biocare

Location
110 Symonds Street, Auckland

Speaker
Michel Magne

Michel Magne was born in la Chaux-de-Fonds (Switzerland) in 1958. He grew up and followed his primary education in Neuchtel, where he certified as a dental technician (CDT) in 1979. He developed his technical education in fixed prosthodontics (ceramics) and esthetics until 1984. Between 1985 and 1991, he was consecutively directing two dental laboratories as master ceramist and he specialized in implant-supported work and complex oral rehabilitation. From 1992 to 2004, he was the owner and director of Oral Design Centre, dental laboratory in Montreux (Switzerland). Since January 2005, he became Associate professor and Director of Dental Technology at the University of Southern California (USC, Los Angeles). He is in charge of a number of esthetic courses and postgraduate education. He is author and co-author of articles on esthetic dentistry and is frequently invited to lecture on these topics.
Single Location: How Orthodontics can help Cosmetic Dentistry - The Cosmetic Dental / Orthodontic Interface Speaker: Dr Robert Max
Format: Lecture
Category: Orthodontics Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Single Location
7-Oct-08 Callplus/Slingshot Building, Ground Floor, 110 Symonds Street, Auckland Auckland Study Group Meeting complimentary to all NZACD members. Non members $50.

Format
Lecture

Category
Orthodontics Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
07 Oct 2008

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Nobel Biocare

Location
Callplus/Slingshot Building, Ground Floor, 110 Symonds Street, Auckland

Speaker
Dr Robert Max

Dr Robert Max has been a market leader in the field of Orthodontics for over thirty years. His presentation will enthral, educate and motivate.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Multi-Location: Full Mouth Rehabilitation - A Clinical Pathway Speaker: Dr Vincent Bennani
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Materials Dental Technology General Dentistry Prosthodontics Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Multi-Location
30-Aug-08 Auckland Achieving a favorable esthetic and functional prosthetic outcome requires steady progression through an intricate sequence of clinical steps. This presentation provides the clinician with a

systematic approach to oral rehabilitation. It provides decision making guidelines and protocols that will help the clinician to achieve excellent and functional result. It also addresses the technical and esthetic aspects of dental laboratory techniques, including diagnostic wax-up, communication between patient, clinician and technician.

The first part of this presentation centers on the process of diagnosis which demands equal consideration of patients' systemic, psychologic and functional needs as well as knowledge of the other disciplines of dentistry. The second part describes how this approach applies to patients in various states of edentulism, using fixed prosthesis, hybrid prosthesis and implant supported prosthesis. The presentation will discuss a variety of clinical situations and

will outline treatment alternatives,detect possible complications, and evaluate existing data to allow possible treatment outcome assessment. Some of the topics to be covered:

Preventing failures: Proper screening and proper referral
- Identification of chief complaint
- Communication skills
- Diagnosis

Treatment planning and treatment options:
- Multidisciplinary approach
- Decision making Therapeutic phases: A protocol for each phase
- Various states of edentulism: case studies
- Step-by-step

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Materials Dental Technology General Dentistry Prosthodontics Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
30 Aug 2008

Duration
5.5 hrs

Venue
The Langham Auckland 83 Symonds St Auckland

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Vincent Bennani

Dr Vincent Bennani is a senior lecturer in the Oral Rehabilitation Department of Otago University, New Zealand. He is a graduate of University of Reims, France, School of Dental Medicine. Dr Bennani trained in prosthodontics at Tufts University, Boston, USA, and also completed postgraduate education in implantology at Bordeaux University, France and a Doctorate from the University of Nice, France.

For over 13 years Dr Bennani maintained a full-time private practice on the French Riveria with a primary focus on full mouth rehabilitation and implantology. During this period he did most of his own technical work. His research expertise is Titanium microsctructure and its relationship to mechanical properties. Since 2002 he has been developing and experimenting, with several companies, his own patent "implant supported titanium final framework as a surgical guide".

Besides lecturing internationally on prosthodontics, biomaterials and implantology, he also has published several articles and books.

Organizers
Gunz Dental - Jodie La Roche


Unit 4, 26-34 Dunning Ave
 Rosebery, 2018
 Sydney
NSW 2018
Australia

Jodie La Roche
 tel: +64 2 9935 6681
 fax: +64 2 9935 9999
 email: jlaroche@gunz.com.au
Single Location: Branch Meeting Speaker: Dr Geoff Knight
Format: Lecture
Category: Branch Meetings
Event Type: Single Location
19-Aug-08 Auckland "Recent Caries Research"

Format
Lecture

Category
Branch Meetings
 
Date
19 Aug 2008

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Event Centre

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Geoff Knight
BDSc, MSc MBA FICD

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Workshop: Functional Aesthetics - Understanding the Role of Occlusion Speaker: Dr David Newkirk, Dr Bo Bruce
Format: Other
Category: Occlusion & TMJ
Event Type: Workshop
23-Jul-08 Auckland Summary of day

Function and aesthetics should not be two disciplines; they should be blended together to form healthy, predictable, beautiful and stable results.

This program shows you how to apply these principals to obtain modern beautiful aesthetics.

By attending this day you will arm yourself not only with the clinical information needed for predictability, but also the vital communication skills to help patients understand the value of a functionally aesthetic smile.

 

Learning Objectives:
How to avoid chips, and fractures in your porcelain restorations, anteriorly and posteriorly • The 4 steps to functional, aesthetic and occlusal success • Where to start rehab, complex aesthetic and simple cases – CASE PLANNING • Determine what exams and records are required for diagnosis to deliver ideal aesthetics and function • Bruxism – how to treatment plan and what type of success is expected • Splints – when to use and why, different types and their success. How to diagnose with confidence the TMD patients, which ones to treat and who to refer
A ‘MUST ATTEND ’ FOR DENTISTS , LAB TECHNICIANS , DENTAL STUDENTS

Format
Other

Category
Occlusion & TMJ
 
Date
23 Jul 2008

Duration
6.5 hrs

Venue
Langham Hotel, 83 Symonds Street, Auckland

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr David Newkirk, Dr Bo Bruce

Dr David R. Newkirk

Dr Newkirk is a nationally, and internationaly recognised speaker on aesthetics with predictability. He has been a featured lecturer for the Chicago Mid Winter, American Equilibrium Society, British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, among others. Dr Newkirk is a distinguished faculty member and instructor at the Dawson Center for Advanced Dental Studies. A strong background in Occlusion and a passion to deliver quality, comprehensive dentistry, are the cornerstones of Dr Newkirk’s practice philosophy.

 

Dr William (Bo) Bruce

Dr Bruce is a nationally and internationally recognised speaker on functional aesthetics and occlusion. He has been a featured lecturer for the ADA, UK Cosmetic Dental Association and many more. Dr. Bruce is a distinguished faculty member and instructor at the Dawson Academy and accredited member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. He is an internationally published author and recipient of the Award of Merit from the American Equilibrium Society for his outstanding work in the field of occlusion. Dr Bruce runs a practice in Simpsonville, South Carolina geared towards solving complex restorative and aesthetic problems.
Single Location: ADA General Meeting Speaker: Drs Katie Ayers and Erin Mahoney
Format: Lecture
Category: Paedodontics
Event Type: Single Location
15-Jul-08 Auckland Paediatric Dentistry

Format
Lecture

Category
Paedodontics
 
Date
15 Jul 2008

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
NZDA House

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Drs Katie Ayers and Erin Mahoney
Paediatric Dentists

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Workshop: NZACD Auckland May Study Group Meeting Speaker: Dr David Lovrich
Format: Lecture Peer Contact
Category: Dental Materials General Dentistry Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Workshop
27-May-08 Auckland, New Zealand An Update on the Truth of Adhesive Bonding. Hosted at the Nobel Biocare facility on Symonds St, Auckland City. Parking is available on the street outside from 6pm onwards or else in parking buildings nearby on Liverpool St or City Road.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact

Category
Dental Materials General Dentistry Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
27 May 2008

Duration
1.75 hrs

Venue
Nobel Biocare. The Callplus/Slingshot Building. 110 Symonds St, Auckland City - diagonally across the road and downhill slightly from the Langham Hotel (formerly the Sheraton)

Location
Auckland, New Zealand

Speaker
Dr David Lovrich
NZACD committee member and general dental practitioner in private practice in Browns Bay, Auckland.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Single Location: Functional Occlusion I: Science Driven Management Speaker: Dr John Kois
Format: Post graduate study
Category: General Dentistry
Event Type: Single Location
20-22 Mar 2008 Seattle, USA Format
Post graduate study

Category
General Dentistry
 
Date
20-22 Mar 2008

Duration
27 hrs

Venue
Kois Center

Location
Seattle, USA

Speaker
Dr John Kois
CEO of Kois Center. Dr Kois is a periodontist and a prosthodontist.

Organizers
Kois Center
Single Location: Treatment Planning I: Diagnostically Driven Speaker: Dr John Kois
Format: Post graduate study
Category: General Dentistry
Event Type: Single Location
17-19 Mar 2008 Seattle, USA Format
Post graduate study

Category
General Dentistry
 
Date
17-19 Mar 2008

Duration
27 hrs

Venue
Kois Center

Location
Seattle, USA

Speaker
Dr John Kois
CEO of Kois Center. Dr Kois is a periodontist and a prosthodontist.

Organizers
Kois Center
Workshop: Anterior Esthetics with Bonded Porcelain Restorations - Faults, Failures and Fixes Speaker: Dr. Galip Gurel
Format: Lecture
Category: Prosthodontics
Event Type: Workshop
14-Mar-08 Auckland PART 1 - Biological Failures
Reasons, causes and fixes.
Structural and Mechanical Failures

Aesthetic Failures:
Immediate, Delayed, Iatrogenic and Unexpected failures. How to achieve the most pleasing smile.

Format
Lecture

Category
Prosthodontics
 
Date
14 Mar 2008

Duration
6.5 hrs

Venue
SKYCITY Conference Centre Federal Street

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr. Galip Gurel

Graduated 1981, Istanbul. founder and current president of EDAD (Turkish Academy of Aesthetic Dentistry). Author of "The Science and Art of Porcelain Laminate Veneers” published by Quintessence 2003.Editorial board of Journal Cosmetic Dentistry, PPAD,EJED and Spectrum.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: Predictable Anterior Aesthetics with Bonded Porcelain Restorations Speaker: Dr Galip Gurel
Format: Lecture Peer Contact DVD/CD/Video
Category: Dental Materials Dental Technology Prosthodontics
Event Type: Workshop
18-Oct-07 Auckland Webcast of Dr Galip Gurel's lecture "Predictable Anterior Aesthetics with Bonded Porcelain Restorations", Turkish prosthodontist and author of the widely respected textbook "The Science and Art of Porcelain Laminate Veneers". Thank you to DentalEd for their pemission to replay this lecture.

Format
Lecture Peer Contact DVD/CD/Video

Category
Dental Materials Dental Technology Prosthodontics
 
Date
18 Oct 2007

Duration
2 hrs

Venue
Old NZDA Headqaurters, 3 St Marks Rd, Remuera, Auckland

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Galip Gurel
Turkish prosthodontist and member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentisty

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Multi-Location: Prevention of Cross Infection Programme for Dental Health Care Providers Speaker: Jo Tan; Annette Gohns
Format: Hands On Lecture
Category: Infection Control
Event Type: Multi-Location
27-Sep-07 Auckland - Pilot The Fundamentals of the infection control process involving the reprocessing of reusable dental and surgical instruments:
Microbiological and infection control basics
Sterilisation methods
Instrument care and packaging
Cleaning and disinfecting
Monitoring / Quality assurance
Key challenges


Format
Hands On Lecture

Category
Infection Control
 
Date
27 Sep 2007

Duration
4 hrs

Venue
NZDA HQ

Location
Auckland - Pilot

Speaker
Jo Tan; Annette Gohns

Major Gayle Ilton is the technical advisor / product evaluator for medical and dental products for the New Zealand Defence Forces. Gayle has a background in nursing and joined the army in 1986 as the senior operating theatre nurse. She completed her Bachelor of Nursing and the Certificate in Sterilising Technology.


Jo Tan is the clinical educator for the Central Sterile Supplies Department for Auckland District Health Board. She is responsible for the education and training of personnel in CSSD. In 1994 she completed the Certificate in Sterilising Technology. She has been involved in setting up of central sterile supply and departments within community settings and consultancy on best clinical practice in sterilising technology and reprocessing of medical and dental equipment.

Organizers
New Zealand Dental Association


PO Box 28 084
 Remuera

 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Fiona Hart
 tel: 09 579 8001
 fax: 09 580 0010
 email: fiona@nzda.org.nz
Workshop: Anterior Aesthetics with Porcelain Restorations Speaker: Galip Gurel
Format: DVD/CD/Video
Category: Prosthodontics
Event Type: Workshop
11-Sep-07 NZDA HQ Format
DVD/CD/Video

Category
Prosthodontics
 
Date
11 Sep 2007

Duration
2 hrs

Venue
NZDA HQ 3 St Marks Rd Remuera

Location
NZDA HQ

Speaker
Galip Gurel
Turkish prosthodontist.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Conference: Whats the Buzz about the Kois Deprogrammer? Hands-on Workshop 2 Speaker: Dr Don Jayne
Format: Hands On
Category: Occlusion & TMJ
Event Type: Conference
23-Jun-07 Auckland The Kois Deprogrammer (KD) has many practical uses. Many cases cannot be accurately diagnosed or mounted in Centric Relation (CR) unless they have been properly deprogrammed. This course teaches you the use of the KD as a powerful tool and for fi nding an accurate CR. It gives you hands on experience deprogramming and mounting your own case using the KD. Once an accurate diagnosis is made you can use the KD (and the resulting Information) to diagnose and manage the three most common types of occlusal attrition (CNS bruxism, dysfunction and constricted envelope). You will learn the multiple benefits of the Kois facebow and you will know how to use the Kois facebow by mounting your own case on the Panadent articulator system (to mount your own case you need to bring an accurate set of study models to the course). Some pre-course preparatory work may be required. Numbers for this workshop are limited.

Format
Hands On

Category
Occlusion & TMJ
 
Date
23 Jun 2007

Duration
3.5 hrs

Venue
Aotea Centre Auckland

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Don Jayne

Dr Don Jayne graduated from the University of Washington School of Dentistry in 1975. After completing a residency at the Illinois Masonic Medical Center he returned to teach at the University of Washington School of Dentistry. While there, he developed and directed the Harborview Medical Center Dental and Oral Maxillofacial Clinic. Dr Jayne lectures internationally on cosmetic dentistry, occlusion, and various aspects of restorative dentistry. He maintains a hands-on cosmetic and restorative study club. He is director for the AACD Summit hands on Cosmetic Continuum. Dr Jayne is a Clinical Instructor for the Kois Teaching Center. He currently maintains a private cosmetic/restorative practice in Seattle, Washington.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Conference: Demystifying resin bonding agents and their application Speaker: Dr Dave Lovrich
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Materials Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Conference
23-Jun-07 Auckland A practical discussion on resin bonding and resin bonding agents. A blend of science and practical knowledge about materials and techniques.

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Materials Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
23 Jun 2007

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Aotea Centre Auckland

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Dave Lovrich

NZACD Committe Member and attendee of many many hours of continuing dental education both here and internationally

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Conference: Adding Incisal Length For Function & Aesthetics: A Technique Course in Freehand Bonding 1 Speaker: Dr Corky Willhite
Format: Hands On
Category: Occlusion & TMJ Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Conference
23-Jun-07 Auckland Adding Incisal Length” is a practical hands-on course to improve your bonding skills:
- Step-by-step procedure for achieving natural beauty in a freehand composite veneer while lengthening a tooth to build or restore anterior guidance
- Learn how to layer materials for lifelike internal effects such as translucency and colour blending
- The exercise will allow each attendee to build functional incisal anatomy using a practical template technique (i.e. a putty index)
- Understand how microfills, opaquers, tints are combined with other common materials for results that will look great and last a long time
- Polishing technique for an incredibly natural finish

Format
Hands On

Category
Occlusion & TMJ Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
23 Jun 2007

Duration
3.5 hrs

Venue
Aotea Centre Auckland

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Corky Willhite

Corky Willhite, DDS has achieved Fellowship in the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Academy of General Dentistry, American College of Dentists and the Pierre Fauchard Society.

He has served on the AACD Board of Governors and as an Examiner for Accreditation. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Prosthodontics at L.S.U. School of Dentistry.

With a full-time private practice limited to cosmetic dentistry, he has enjoyed having the opportunity to share his knowledge on cosmetic dentistry with colleagues through published articles and lectures around the world.

His experience is based on a dedication to the belief that “excellence” and “aesthetics” are not only compatible, but can take dentistry to a new level of satisfaction and success.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Conference: Whats the Buzz About the Kois Deprogrammer? - Lecture Speaker: Dr Don Jayne
Format: Lecture
Category: Occlusion & TMJ
Event Type: Conference
22-Jun-07 Auckland Day Two, Afternoon Session - Improve your confidence in diagnosis and gain predictability in managing occlusion in those day to day cases as well as more complicated scenarios. Learn how to stay out of trouble with occlusion and function and implement this knowledge easily into your daily practice. The session will finish with a Q&A session and panel discussion involving our keynote speakers.

Format
Lecture

Category
Occlusion & TMJ
 
Date
22 Jun 2007

Duration
3.25 hrs

Venue
Lower NZ Room Aotea Centre Auckland

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Don Jayne

Dr Don Jayne graduated from the University of Washington School of Dentistry in 1975. After completing a residency at the Illinois Masonic Medical Center he returned to teach at the University of Washington School of Dentistry. While there, he developed and directed the Harborview Medical Center Dental and Oral Maxillofacial Clinic.

Dr Jayne lectures internationally on cosmetic dentistry, occlusion, and various aspects of restorative dentistry. He maintains a hands-on cosmetic and restorative study club.

He is director for the AACD Summit hands on Cosmetic Continuum. Dr Jayne is a Clinical Instructor for the Kois Teaching Center.

He currently maintains a private cosmetic/restorative practice in Seattle, Washington.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Conference: Using Composite Resin for Function and Aesthetics Part 2 Speaker: Dr Corky Willhite
Format: Lecture
Category: Occlusion & TMJ Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Conference
22-Jun-07 Auckland Day Two, Morning Session.

Beautiful and functional direct resin restorations don’t happen by accident. American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry accreditation examiner, Dr Corky Willhite promises to deliver an in-depth learning experience on function and aesthetics to take your freehand bonding skills to the next level. These skills will apply to many porcelain makeover cases too. Dr Willhite will cover four essential aspects of successful and predictable results with freehand composite bonding – Diagnosis and Treatment Planning, Aesthetics, Function and Techniques.

Format
Lecture

Category
Occlusion & TMJ Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
22 Jun 2007

Duration
3.5 hrs

Venue
Lower NZ Room Aotea Centre Auckland

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Corky Willhite

Corky Willhite, DDS has achieved Fellowship in the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Academy of General Dentistry, American College of Dentists and the Pierre Fauchard Society.

He has served on the AACD Board of Governors and as an Examiner for Accreditation. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Prosthodontics at L.S.U. School of Dentistry.

With a full-time private practice limited to cosmetic dentistry, he has enjoyed having the opportunity to share his knowledge on cosmetic dentistry with colleagues through published articles and lectures around the world.

His experience is based on a dedication to the belief that “excellence” and “aesthetics” are not only compatible, but can take dentistry to a new level of satisfaction and success.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Conference: Using Composite Resin for Function and Aesthetics Part 1 Speaker: Dr Corky Willhite
Format: Lecture
Category: Occlusion & TMJ Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Conference
21-Jun-07 Auckland Day One, Afternoon Session.

Beautiful and functional direct resin restorations don’t happen by accident. American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry accreditation examiner, Dr Corky Willhite promises to deliver an in-depth learning experience on function and aesthetics to take your freehand bonding skills to the next level. These skills will apply to many porcelain makeover cases too. Dr Willhite will cover four essential aspects of successful and predictable results with freehand composite bonding – Diagnosis and Treatment Planning, Aesthetics, Function and Techniques.

Format
Lecture

Category
Occlusion & TMJ Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
21 Jun 2007

Duration
2.5 hrs

Venue
Lower NZ Room Aotea Centre Auckland

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Corky Willhite

Corky Willhite, DDS has achieved Fellowship in the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry,

Academy of General Dentistry, American College of Dentists and the Pierre Fauchard Society.

He has served on the AACD Board of Governors and as an Examiner for Accreditation. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Prosthodontics at L.S.U. School of Dentistry.

With a full-time private practice limited to cosmetic dentistry, he has enjoyed having the opportunity to share his knowledge on cosmetic dentistry with colleagues through published articles and lectures around the world.

His experience is based on a dedication to the belief that “excellence” and “aesthetics” are not
only compatible, but can take dentistry to a new level of satisfaction and success.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
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Workshop: Practical Occlusion to Make Your Cases More Predictable and Successful Speaker: Dr Don Jayne
Format: Lecture
Category: Occlusion & TMJ
Event Type: Workshop
21-Jun-07 Auckland Day One, Morning Session - Improve your confidence in diagnosis and gain predictability in managing occlusion in those day to day cases as well as more complicated scenarios. Learn how to stay out of trouble with occlusion and function and implement this knowledge easily into your daily practice.

Format
Lecture

Category
Occlusion & TMJ
 
Date
21 Jun 2007

Duration
2.75 hrs

Venue
Lower NZ Room Aotea Centre Auckland

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Don Jayne

Dr Don Jayne graduated from the University of Washington School of Dentistry in 1975. After completing a residency at the Illinois Masonic Medical Center he returned to teach at the University of Washington School of Dentistry. While there, he developed and directed the Harborview Medical Center Dental and Oral Maxillofacial Clinic.

Dr Jayne lectures internationally on cosmetic dentistry, occlusion, and various aspects of restorative dentistry. He maintains a hands-on cosmetic and restorative study club.

He is director for the AACD Summit hands on Cosmetic Continuum. Dr Jayne is a Clinical Instructor for the Kois Teaching Center.

He currently maintains a private cosmetic/restorative practice in Seattle, Washington.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Single Location: Maximising Aesthetic Results Speaker: Dr. Gary Radz
Format: Lecture
Category: Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Single Location
5-Jun-07 Auckland Overview of different types of procedures & advanced direct & indirect restorative materials designed to successfully enhance your patients? appearance. Dr. Radz will share techniques & information that will enable you to offer more aesthetic options & di

Format
Lecture

Category
Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
05 Jun 2007

Duration
6.5 hrs

Venue
Langham Hotel, 83 Symonds Street

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr. Gary Radz

Associate Clinical Professor, School of Dentistry, University of Colorado, USA. He was listed in Dentistry Today's "Top Clinician's in Continuing Education?.

Organizers
3M New Zealand Ltd


3M ESPE Dental Products
 94 Apollo Drive
 Rosedale

 Auckland 0632
NEW ZEALAND

Janine Williams
 tel: 09 477 6624
 fax: 09 477 6679
 email: jwilliams2@mmm.com
Single Location: NZACD Auckland Regional Study Group Meeting Speaker: Mr Brendan Torr
Format: Lecture
Category: Radiography
Event Type: Single Location
29-May-07 Auckland Mr Brendan Torr from Advanced Imaging Services will be discussing 3D digital imaging especially with the iCat cone beam CT machine.

Format
Lecture

Category
Radiography
 
Date
29 May 2007

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
NZDA Headquarters 3 St Marks Rd Remuera Auckland

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Mr Brendan Torr
Mr Brendan Torr is one of the directors of Advanced Imaging Services

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Workshop: Dr Pascal Magne - Hands-on Course Speaker: Dr Pascal Magne
Format: Hands On Lecture
Category: Dental Education
Event Type: Workshop
19-May-07 Auckland Excellence of Aesthetic Restorations through Biomimetic Restorative Dentistry.

Format
Hands On Lecture

Category
Dental Education
 
Date
19 May 2007

Duration
7.5 hrs

Venue
Ivoclar Vivadent Head Office 12 Omega Street Albany

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Pascal Magne
Dr Pascal Magne is the Associate Professor of Aesthetic Dentistry at the University of California.
Single Location: ADA General Meeting Speaker: Drs Graham Symes + Dexter Bambery
Format: Lecture
Category: Branch Meetings
Event Type: Single Location
15-May-07 Auckland Dental Practice Audits

Format
Lecture

Category
Branch Meetings
 
Date
15 May 2007

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Event Centre

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Drs Graham Symes + Dexter Bambery
General Dental practitioner and Dental Council professional advisor

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Single Location: Mastery of Anterior Aesthetics in composite by Newton Fahl Speaker: Dr Newton Fahl
Format: Hands On Lecture
Category: General Dentistry
Event Type: Single Location
11-16 Mar 2007 Curritiba, Brazil 5 and half days of hands-on composite workshops and lectures. course length: 50 hours

Format
Hands On Lecture

Category
General Dentistry
 
Date
11-16 Mar 2007

Duration
50 hrs

Venue
Fahl Centre

Location
Curritiba, Brazil

Speaker
Dr Newton Fahl
has a private practice in Curritiba.
gives hands-on composite lectures/courses around the world.

Organizers
Ligia Fahl
Single Location: Achieving Successful Aesthetic Results Speaker: Dr Gerard Kugel
Format: Lecture
Category: Prosthodontics
Event Type: Single Location
10-Feb-07 Auckland New technologies, Proven techniques & Evidence, not hype.

Comprehensive review of core principles of aesthetic dentistry related to tooth form & function, tooth position, occlusal function, lip line & incisal edge location - what you need to know to stay

Format
Lecture

Category
Prosthodontics
 
Date
10 Feb 2007

Duration
6.5 hrs

Venue
Crowne Plaza, 128 Albert Street

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Gerard Kugel

Dr. Kugel is Associate Dean for Research & Professor of Prosthodontics & Operative Dentistry at Tufts University. He has published over 100 articles & 180 abstracts in the field of restorative materials & techniques & has given over 200 lectures.

Organizers
3M New Zealand Ltd


3M ESPE Dental Products
 94 Apollo Drive
 Rosedale

 Auckland 0632
NEW ZEALAND

Janine Williams
 tel: 09 477 6624
 fax: 09 477 6679
 email: jwilliams2@mmm.com
Conference: 7th September TD (3) Speaker: Terry Donovan
Format: Lecture
Category: Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Conference
7-Sep-06 Auckland Terry Donovan -Bruxism

TD and PW Q&A

Format
Lecture

Category
Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
07 Sep 2006

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
SKYCITY Convention Centre

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Terry Donovan
Conference: Thursday 7 September - PW (3) Speaker: Peter Wohrle
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Implants
Event Type: Conference
7-Sep-06 Auckland Peter Wohrle - Implants in the aesthetic zone: A biological treatment concept.

Terry Donovan - ????

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Implants
 
Date
07 Sep 2006

Duration
1 hrs

Venue
SKYCITY Convention Centre

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Peter Wohrle
Conference: Thursday 7th September PW & TD (2) Speaker: Peter Wohrle
Format: Lecture
Category: Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Conference
7-Sep-06 Auckland Peter Wohrle, Terry Donovan

Format
Lecture

Category
Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
07 Sep 2006

Duration
1.75 hrs

Venue
SKYCITY Convention Centre

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Peter Wohrle
Terry Donovan
Conference: Thursday 7 September - PW & TD 1 Speaker: Peter Wohrle
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Implants
Event Type: Conference
7-Sep-06 Auckland Peter Wohrle - Implants in the aesthetic zone: A biological treatment concept. Biological principles

Terry Donovan

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Implants
 
Date
07 Sep 2006

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
SKYCITY Convention Centre

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Peter Wohrle
Terry Donovan
Single Location: The REALITY View on Products and Techniques? Michael Miller Speaker: Michael Miller
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education
Event Type: Single Location
19-Jul-06 Auckland MICHAEL MILLER PRESENTS THE LATEST & MOST VALUABLE PRODUCTS, MATERIALS, & EQUIPMENT THAT YOU CAN IMMEDIATELY PUT TO USE IN YOUR OFFICE. NEW PRODUCTS WILL BE COMPARED TO CLASSIC ONES & UNBIASED RECOMMENDATIONS GIVEN.

HAVE YOU EVER WONDER WHETHER ALL THOS

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education
 
Date
19 Jul 2006

Duration
6.5 hrs

Venue
Auckland Room 2 Level 4 SKY CITY Convention Centre

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Michael Miller

Dr Michael is CEO & Founder of REALITY publications. REALITY is the ultimate source for information on products & techniques in dentistry. He founded the AACD accrediation programme.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Single Location: Functional Aesthetics Speaker: Lee Culp CDT
Format: Lecture
Category: Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Single Location
29-Jun-06 Auckland Participants will learn a format for achieving that often elusive goal of pleasing the patient, dentist and ceramist with creative ceramic artistry and predictable restorative dentistry.

Includes: Diagnostic & treatment planning, digital photography, Den

Format
Lecture

Category
Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
29 Jun 2006

Duration
5.5 hrs

Venue
TBA

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Lee Culp CDT

Lee is the founder of Mosaic Studios and the Institute for Oral Art and Design. He maintains an active teaching schedule at IOAD and Dawson Centre for Advanced Dental Study. He is a leading resource/inventor for many materials. products & techniques.

Organizers
Ivoclar Vivadent


12 Omega Street
 Rosedale
 Auckland 0632
NEW ZEALAND

Caroline Jones
 tel: 09 914 9999
 fax: 09 914 9990
 email: Caroline.Jones@ivoclarvivadent.com
Single Location: ADA General Meeting Speaker: Ian Handriks
Format: Lecture
Category: Branch Meetings
Event Type: Single Location
20-Jun-06 Auckland International Trends in Cosmetic Dentistry

Format
Lecture

Category
Branch Meetings
 
Date
20 Jun 2006

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Event Centre

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Ian Handriks
Dylan Yung BDS Otago.

Mr Handriks is an Adobe Photoshop expert

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Single Location: RECIPES FOR PREDICTABLE ANTERIOR AESTHETICS Speaker: Dr Gerard J. Chiche
Format: Lecture
Category: Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Single Location
17-Jun-06 Auckland This presentation will discuss the key areas for efficient aesthetic diagnosis and smile design. These key points will be formulated into a simple and systematic step-by-step approach to resolve aesthetic problems and achieve predictable aesthetic results

Format
Lecture

Category
Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
17 Jun 2006

Duration
5.5 hrs

Venue
Crowne Plaza

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Gerard J. Chiche

Dr. Gerard J. Chiche is the Helmer Professor and Chairman of the Prosthodontics Department at Louisiana State University where he also maintains an intramural restorative practice devoted to Esthetics and Implants.

Organizers
3M New Zealand Ltd


3M ESPE Dental Products
 94 Apollo Drive
 Rosedale

 Auckland 0632
NEW ZEALAND

Janine Williams
 tel: 09 477 6624
 fax: 09 477 6679
 email: jwilliams2@mmm.com
Single Location: NZ Kois Alumni Study Group - "Diagnosis of occlusal problems" Speaker: Alan Sim
Format: Hands On Lecture
Category: Dental Education
Event Type: Single Location
14-Jun-06 Auckland Study group for dentists who have previously attended courses at the world famous Kois Centre in Seattle. At this meeting Alan Sim will be discussing about diagnosing occlusal problems utilising the Kois Deprogrammer

Format
Hands On Lecture

Category
Dental Education
 
Date
14 Jun 2006

Duration
2.5 hrs

Venue
Dental Designs - Remuera

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Alan Sim

Alan Sim is the director of Dental Designs Dental Laboratory and a graduate of the Kois Centre. His main area of interest is full mouth oral rehabilitation and anterior aesthetic ceramics
Single Location: ADA General Meeting Speaker: Nicholas Cole
Format: Lecture
Category: Periodontics
Event Type: Single Location
16-May-06 Auckland The Restorative/Perio Interface

Format
Lecture

Category
Periodontics
 
Date
16 May 2006

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Event Centre

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Nicholas Cole
Periodontist

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Single Location: Mastering Aesthetic Excellence Speaker: Douglas Terry
Format: Hands On Lecture
Category: Dental Technology
Event Type: Single Location
3-Apr-06 Auckland Learning the art of composite resins

Format
Hands On Lecture

Category
Dental Technology
 
Date
03 Apr 2006

Duration
7 hrs

Venue
Stamford Plaza Hotel

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Douglas Terry

Dr. Terry is an expert in the field of Anesthic Dentistry.He is an accredited member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.
Single Location: Applications of Lasers in Cosmetic Dentistry Speaker: Simon Wenley
Format: Lecture
Category: Laser Dentistry
Event Type: Single Location
15-Mar-06 Auckland Drs Abdalla, Campbell and Wenley, to briefly present on the practical applications of dental laser technology in cosmetic dentistry.

Format
Lecture

Category
Laser Dentistry
 
Date
15 Mar 2006

Duration
2 hrs

Venue
NZDA Headquarters, 3 St Marks Rd

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Simon Wenley

Our presenters Dr Simon Wenley, Dr Craig Campbell and Dr Hisham Abdallah are amongst Auckland's most experienced and enthusistic laser clinicians.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Single Location: "Successful Restorative Dentistry- what really works!" Speaker: Dr John O. Burgess
Format: Lecture
Category: Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Single Location
22-Feb-06 Auckland This lecture will provide a clear insight on new materials, their clinical performance and more specifically how best to use them to create long lasting, excellent restorations.

Format
Lecture

Category
Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
22 Feb 2006

Duration
7.25 hrs

Venue
Carlton Hotel

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr John O. Burgess

Dr Burgess is Professor and Chairman of Operative Dentistry and Biomaterials as well as the Assistant Dean for Clinical Research in LSUHSC - School of Dentistry in the USA.

Organizers
3M New Zealand Ltd


3M ESPE Dental Products
 94 Apollo Drive
 Rosedale

 Auckland 0632
NEW ZEALAND

Janine Williams
 tel: 09 477 6624
 fax: 09 477 6679
 email: jwilliams2@mmm.com
Single Location: Creating a Beautiful Smile Speaker: Dr. Derek Mahony
Format: Lecture
Category: General Dentistry
Event Type: Single Location
12-Nov-05 Auckland A course designed for General Dentist who wish to improve their skills in designing the ideal smile arc, to perform simple anterior orthodontic alignments and assess correct gingival margins

Format

Lecture

Category

General Dentistry
 
Date
12 Nov 2005

Duration
7 hrs

Venue
The Auckland Conference Centre

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr. Derek Mahony
BDS(Syd), MScOrth(Lon), DOrthRCS(Edin), MDOrthRCPS(Glas), MOrthRCS(Eng), FRCD(Can), Morth RCS(Edin)/CDS(HK), FICD, IBO

Organizers
Excellence in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopaedics (EODO)


PO Box 6151
 UNSW

 Sydney
NSW 1466
AUSTRALIA

Katharina Heuser
 tel: +61 2 9398 8338
 fax:
 email: courses@eodo.com
Single Location: NZACD Advanced Digital Imaging Workshop Speaker: Dr Greg Lutke
Format: Hands On Lecture
Category: Dental Technology
Event Type: Single Location
14-Oct-05 Auckland Advanced techniques in digital photography, image manipulation and presentation

Format
Hands On Lecture

Category
Dental Technology
 
Date
14 Oct 2005

Duration
6 hrs

Venue
NZDA Headquarters - St Marks Rd, Remuera

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Dr Greg Lutke

Dr. Lutke is an international speaker on the high end of digital dentistry with presentations full of multimedia content that is both educational and entertaining. He servers on the AACD Board of Governors special digital accreditation committee.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Conference: Image Creation and Presentation Creation Speaker: Gregory Lutke
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Technology
Event Type: Conference
13-Oct-05 Auckland Use of Adobe Photoshop CS2 and Microsoft Powerpoint 2003

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Technology
 
Date
13 Oct 2005

Duration
3 hrs

Venue
Novotel Ellerslie - Greenlane

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Gregory Lutke

Dr. Lutke is an international speaker on the high end of digital dentistry with presentations full of multimedia content that is both educational and entertaining. He servers on the AACD Board of Governors special digital accreditation committee.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Conference: Creating the ideal framework for the perfect smile - Part II Speaker: Michael Danesh-Meyer
Format: Lecture
Category: Periodontics/Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Conference
13-Oct-05 Auckland Surgical Crown Lengthening - The etiology of the gummy smile, case evaluation and selection, treatment planning and diagnostic workup, treatment sequencing, & clinical techniques

Format
Lecture

Category
Periodontics/Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
13 Oct 2005

Duration
1 hrs

Venue
Novotel Ellerslie - Greenlane

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Michael Danesh-Meyer

Dr Michael Danesh-Meyer is a specialist periodontist in private practice at the Institute of Dental Implants in Newmarket, Auckland.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Conference: Advanced Provisional Fabrication Speaker: Michael Malone
Format: Lecture
Category: Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Conference
13-Oct-05 Auckland Advanced Provisional Fabrication

Format
Lecture

Category
Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
13 Oct 2005

Duration
3 hrs

Venue
Novotel Ellerslie - Greenlane

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Michael Malone

Dr Mike Malone has published several articles on cosmetic procedures & lectures internationally. He is an accredited member of the AACD & was President in 2003, a fellow of the AGD.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Conference: An introduction to Digital Dental Photography Speaker: Gregory Lutke
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Technology
Event Type: Conference
12-Oct-05 Auckland An introduction to Digital Dental Photography

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Technology
 
Date
12 Oct 2005

Duration
3 hrs

Venue
Novotel Ellerslie - Greenlane

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Gregory Lutke

Dr. Lutke is an international speaker on the high end of digital dentistry with presentations full of multimedia content that is both educational and entertaining. He servers on the AACD Board of Governors special digital accreditation committee.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Conference: Creating the ideal framework for the perfect smile - Part I Speaker: Michael Danesh-Meyer
Format: Lecture
Category: Periodontics/Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Conference
12-Oct-05 Auckland Surgical Crown Lengthening - The etiology of the gummy smile, case evaluation and selection, treatment planning and diagnostic workup, treatment sequencing, & clinical techniques

Format
Lecture

Category
Periodontics/Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
12 Oct 2005

Duration
1 hrs

Venue
Novotel Ellerslie - Greenlane

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Michael Danesh-Meyer

Dr Michael Danesh-Meyer is a specialist periodontist in private practice at the Institute of Dental Implants in Newmarket, Auckland.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Conference: Achieving Predictable Excellence with Porcelain Veneers Speaker: Michael Malone
Format: Lecture
Category: Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Conference
12-Oct-05 Auckland Introducing Cosmetic Dentistry to General Practice.

Achieving Predictable Excellence with Porcelain Veneers

Format
Lecture

Category
Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
12 Oct 2005

Duration
3 hrs

Venue
Novotel Ellerslie - Greenlane

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Michael Malone

Dr Mike Malone has published several articles on cosmetic procedures & lectures internationally. He is an accredited member of the AACD & was President in 2003, a fellow of the AGD.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Single Location: Speculation on the Near Future in Dentistry Speaker: Michael MacEntee
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Education
Event Type: Single Location
5-Oct-05 Auckland Speculations on the Near Future in Dentistry Based on the Recent Past

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Education
 
Date
05 Oct 2005

Duration
2.5 hrs

Venue
ADA, 3 St Marks Road, Remuera

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Michael MacEntee

Professor MacEntee is Chair of the Division of Prosthodontics, in the Department of Oral Health Sciences, University of British Colombia. Co-president of the International College of Prosthodontists.

Organizers
Graduate Development Program (Auckland)


388 Dominion Road
 Mount Eden
 Auckland
 Auckland 1024
NEW ZEALAND

Brett Hawkins
 tel: 09 361 7159
 fax:
 email: Brett.Hawkins@lumino.co.nz
Multi-Location: "Conservative management of worn dentition" Speaker: Ian Meyers
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Materials
Event Type: Multi-Location
29-Sep-05 Auckland "Conservative management of the worn dentition - optimising aesthetics and function."

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Materials
 
Date
29 Sep 2005

Duration
3 hrs

Venue
The Heritage Hotel

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Ian Meyers

Currently Professor of General Practise Dentistry, Uni. Qld and maintains part-time private dental practice in Brisbane. Involved in research and lecturing, in Australia and internationally.
Single Location: ADA General Meeting Speaker: Chris Keall
Format: Lecture
Category: Dental Technology
Event Type: Single Location
20-Sep-05 Auckland Dental Technology - some pitfalls and success; what to look for when purchasing, digital radiography, laser dentistry

Format
Lecture

Category
Dental Technology
 
Date
20 Sep 2005

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Convention Centre

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Chris Keall
Graham Head, Gerard Skinner, Mark Babb

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Single Location: NZACD Auckland Regional Study Group III Speaker: Ed Alcock
Format: Lecture
Category: Prosthodontics
Event Type: Single Location
13-Sep-05 Auckland The 90 second crown preparation as per Omar Reid techniques

Format
Lecture

Category
Prosthodontics
 
Date
13 Sep 2005

Duration
2 hrs

Venue
NZDA Headquarters - 3 St Marks Rd, Remuera

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Ed Alcock

Postgraduate Diploma in Business. President of the New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. Current elected member of the Dental Council of New Zealand.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Single Location: Monthly 10+ Study Group Speaker: Jo Milne
Format: Lecture
Category: Patient Management
Event Type: Single Location
7-Sep-05 Auckland Practice Management-especially The Momentum Programme

Format
Lecture

Category
Patient Management
 
Date
07 Sep 2005

Duration
1 hrs

Venue
Bowmans Restaurant, Mt Eden

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Jo Milne

Completed momentum course
Single Location: August Branch Meeting Speaker: Christian Blaschke
Format: Lecture
Category: Branch Meetings
Event Type: Single Location
16-Aug-05 Auckland Full Ceramic Dental Implant Fixtures

Format
Lecture

Category
Branch Meetings
 
Date
16 Aug 2005

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Convention Centre

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Christian Blaschke

BDS Justus-von-Liebig University, Giessen, Germany (1997)

DDM (2000) Department of Prosthodontics, focusing on metal-free oral rehabilitation and implantology. Clinical consultant for clinical research and lecturer for Z-Systems Australasia

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Single Location: 10+ Study Club monthly meeting Speaker: Usha Narshai
Format: Lecture
Category: General Dentistry
Event Type: Single Location
10-Aug-05 Auckland Review/discussion of recent clinical courses attended
2 case presentations
Practice staffing

Format
Lecture

Category
General Dentistry
 
Date
10 Aug 2005

Duration
2 hrs

Venue
Bowmans Restaurant, Mt Eden

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Usha Narshai
Dentist
Single Location: ADA General Meeting Speaker: Jim Whineray et al
Format: Lecture
Category: Branch Meetings
Event Type: Single Location
19-Jul-05 Auckland Investment Planning

Format
Lecture

Category
Branch Meetings
 
Date
19 Jul 2005

Duration
0.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Convention Centre

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Jim Whineray et al

Associate Advisor, GoldmanSachs JBWere

Kevin Copland, Senior Advisor, Spicers Financial Management

Jordi Garcia, Director, NZ Financial Planning Co

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Single Location: NZACD Auckland Regional Study Group II Speaker: Ed Alcock
Format: Lecture
Category: Practice Management
Event Type: Single Location
12-Jul-05 Auckland Dr Ed Alcock will present a short lecture on "The philosophy of setting a fee for cosmetic dental services". Dr Andrea Shepperson & Dr Peter Barwick will jointly present "An Interesting Multidisciplinary Treatment Plan"

Format
Lecture

Category
Practice Management
 
Date
12 Jul 2005

Duration
2 hrs

Venue
NZDA Headquarters - 3 St Marks Rd, Remuera

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Ed Alcock

Postgraduate Diploma in Business. President of the New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. Current elected member of the Dental Council of New Zealand.

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Single Location: Dental Photography in the Digital Age Speaker: John Wright
Format: Hands On Lecture
Category: Dental Technology
Event Type: Single Location
25-Jun-05 Auckland  - Buying a camera
 - Film vs digital
 - Compact "point & shoot" vs SLR cameras
 - Useful shots for cosmetic dentistry
 - Memory types, printing & storing photos
 - Lab communication
 
A selection of cameras will be available for participants to try.

Format
Hands On Lecture

Category
Dental Technology
 
Date
25 Jun 2005

Duration
3 hrs

Venue
NZDA Headquarters - 3 St Marks Rd, Remuera

Location
Auckland

Speaker
John Wright

Together with fellow NZACD Executive members, Roger Tiang and Dylan Yung

Organizers
New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry


Suite 19
 3 Arawa Street
 Grafton
 Auckland 1542
NEW ZEALAND

Robyn Bowie
 tel: 09 358 4647
 fax: 09 358 4649
 email: admin@nzacd.co.nz
Single Location: Monthly 10+ Study Group Speaker: Jo Milne
Format: Lecture
Category: General Dentistry
Event Type: Single Location
15-Jun-05 Auckland presentation of 2 cases
reviewing courses members have attended
staff management issues

Format
Lecture

Category
General Dentistry
 
Date
15 Jun 2005

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
20/218 Captain Springs rd, Onehunga.

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Jo Milne
GP
Single Location: Branch Meeting Speaker: Nina Vasan
Format: Lecture
Category: Paedodontics
Event Type: Single Location
17-May-05 Auckland Paediatric Dentistry

Format
Lecture

Category
Paedodontics
 
Date
17 May 2005

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Convention Centre

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Nina Vasan
Paediatric Dentist

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Single Location: ADA General Meeting Speaker: John Wright
Format: Lecture
Category: Branch Meetings
Event Type: Single Location
15-Mar-05 Auckland Cosmetic Dentistry

Format
Lecture

Category
Branch Meetings
 
Date
15 Mar 2005

Duration
1.5 hrs

Venue
Ellerslie Convention Centre

Location
Auckland

Speaker
John Wright
and other members of NZ Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry

Organizers
Auckland Dental Association


PO Box 28084
 Remuera
 Auckland 1541
NEW ZEALAND

Margy Ecroyd
 tel: (09) 580 0081
 fax:
 email: admin@ada.co.nz
Multi-Location: Sterilization & Infection Control Speaker: Mikael Zimmerman
Format: Lecture
Category: Infection Control
Event Type: Multi-Location
14-Mar-05 Auckland New results concerning the spread of infectious diseases as well as hygiene and infection control puts new demands on dentistry.

Format
Lecture

Category
Infection Control
 
Date
14 Mar 2005

Duration
2 hrs

Venue
Crowne Plaza

Location
Auckland

Speaker
Mikael Zimmerman

Dr Mikael Zimmerman, DDS, PhD, associated professor and assigned Reader in Clinical oral diagnosis at the Karolinska institutet.

Organizers
Ivoclar Vivadent


12 Omega Street
 Rosedale
 Auckland 0632
NEW ZEALAND

Caroline Jones
 tel: 09 914 9999
 fax: 09 914 9990
 email: Caroline.Jones@ivoclarvivadent.com
Conference: Special LV! Program for Dentists from Australia Speaker: William Dickerson et al
Format: Hands On Lecture
Category: Restorative Dentistry
Event Type: Conference
24-29 Jan 2005 Australia Advanced functional aesthetics and Practical occlusion in the progressive dental practice.

Format
Hands On Lecture

Category
Restorative Dentistry
 
Date
24-29 Jan 2005

Duration
43.75 hrs

Venue
Australia

Location
Australia

Speaker
William Dickerson et al
Timothy Adams
Heidi Pott
Michael Miyasaki
Clayton Chan