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Ethical Treatment Planning for Indirect Restorations and Effective Communication & Record Keeping to Meet AHPRA Requirements

Presented by Dr Anders Blomberg, Paul Andrews & Lyn Hunt

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Bookings close: 23-Nov-2018 This event is fully booked

Time:

9:30am - 5:00pm

Venue:

Quest Townsville on Eyre
19 - 21 Leichhardt Street, North Ward 
Townsville Qld 4810

Cost:

CPD:

5.5 scientific hours

Catering:

Lunch and refreshments provided

     
Ethical Treatment Planning for Indirect Restorations
Treatment planning for indirect restorations using tooth supported crowns and fixed dental prostheses requires careful consideration. To achieve the desired
outcome involves an understanding of the effects of the occlusion, the residual teeth and tooth structure, materials available and their appropriate use. While
some of these aspects have undergone significant change, there are many enduring concepts which need to be understood for long-term successful
treatment and patient satisfaction. This program will identify these principals with clinical cases and time for discussion.

Effective Communication & Record Keeping to Meet AHPRA Requirements
This lecture highlights the importance of a wide range of effective communication in all aspects of dentistry. Some of the issues to be addressed include;
• Clinical record keeping,
• Patient communication,
• Trust,
• Cultural differences,
• Confidentiality,
• Professional boundaries,
• Privacy,
• Consent and
• Patient complaints, along with associated requirements and accountabilities.

 

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