Oct18

Maximising Adhesive Dentistry for Minimally Invasive Management of Compromised & Missing Teeth

Presented by Prof Ian Meyers

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Bookings close: 13-Oct-2017 This event is fully booked

Time:

8:30am - 4:30pm

Venue:

ADAQ CPD & Training Centre
26-28 Hamilton Place 
Bowen Hills Qld 4006

Cost:

CPD:

6.5 scientific hours

Catering:

Lunch and refreshments provided

     

                   

This hands-on workshop will look at a range of presenting patient cases and discuss a range of treatment strategies and restorative techniques for the functional management and maintenance of compromised teeth and the replacement of missing teeth using minimally invasive approaches. Participants will be able to undertake a number of hands-on technique exercises on simulation models, and perform a range of procedures to help enhance and optimise their everyday restorative dentistry for the more demanding and complex cases.

Workshop topics and exercises will include:
• Management of cracked and fractured teeth,
• Fibre reinforced composite resin bridges,
• Large posterior composite resin restorations,
• Maximising the use of GIC and resin based adhesives,
• Chairside fabrication techniques for complex restorations.

 

Prof Ian Meyers

 

Prof Ian Meyers OAM

 

BDSc, FICD, FADI, FPFA, FRACDS

Ian Meyers is the Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Dental Association (Queensland) and has honorary professorial positions with UQ and JCU. Ian is a general dental practitioner who has worked in both public and private dental clinics and has been involved with The University of Queensland for over two decades. He is a product consultant to a range of dental companies, a member of the International Association for Dental Research, Board member of the RACDS and the ICD, 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, geriatric and aged care dentistry, minimum intervention dentistry, and teaching and clinical development in general practice dentistry.


 

 

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