In daily clinical practice, we are often confronted with patients who report what is perceived as a simple concern, yet it becomes evident that there are complex issues underlying the case. Many such patients may not have visited the dentist regularly or have other factors leading them to have complex dental needs over time. Overlapping issues can create a challenge both to recent graduates as well as experienced clinicians alike in the management of such patients.
This full-day seminar aims to provide an insight into various approaches to take on such cases, with a focus on three disciplines - Prosthodontics, Endodontics and Periodontics. A mixture of presentations and interactive sessions of real-world cases will be used as the basis to improve problem solving skills and decision making in treatment planning and communication. Participants will have the opportunity to interact and engage our panel of dental specialists.
- Broaden the approach in assessing patients' issues - reveal what lurks beneath the surface!
- Develop concepts to improve treatment planning - help develop evidence-based treatment plans in a practical manner
- Gain better insight into management of real world dental cases through both moderately complex cases, as well as proof-of-concept mini-cases
Dr Andre Bendyk: Periodontist
Dr Erika Vinczer: Endodontist
Dr Peter Hell: Prosthodontist
Registration will be available from 8.30am with the event to commence at 8.45am. At the conclusion of the CPD component of the day (approx 4.45pm), delegates and sponsors are invited to stay for happy hour (with local wines and refreshments).
Cost to attend:
ADASA dentist members - $120pp
Non members - $665pp
This seminar will offer approximately 5.5 CPD hours. Registration will close 30 April (11.59pm).
Queries please contact Sally Queale on 08 8272 8111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to our sponsors