2014 Orthodontics 2
|ORTHODONTICS 2 - 2014|
|Format:||Lectures & Hands-on Clinical|
|Date:||12 monthly Friday sessions beginning 21 March 2014. 11 April, 16 May, 20 June, 25 July, 15 August, 19 September, 17 October, 15 November, 12 December (2015 sessions dates TBA)|
|Time:||9:00am - 5:00pm - includes full day's catering|
|Venue:||Sydney Dental Hospital, 2 Chalmers Street, Surry Hills|
|Cost:||$18,490. Instalment payment plans available. Please contact our office on 02 9351 8348 for information.|
|Limit:||2014 course full. Please contact the office on 02 9351 8348 to discuss waitlist options.|
Completion of Orthodontics I course. To be eligible for enrolment in Orthodontics II the candidate must satisfy the entrance criteria.
|Vaccination Infomation:||As this course involves patient treatment participants are required to meet NSW Department of Health Policies, please refer to the Vaccination Information page for more information.|
|To register:||Please complete the Registration Form|
Please note this course is currently full, we are accepting applications to be placed on a waitlist.
This course is both clinical and theoretical with chairside sessions, lectures and seminars. The clinical component of the course is designed to provide practical instruction and experience in the placement and adjustment of both fixed and removable appliances. New patients will be assessed, diagnosed and treated and patients in treatment and in retention from in previous courses will be managed.
There is a requirement that attendants participate in seminars on patient management, theoretical presentations and journal reviews. There is an expectation that participants will prepare themselves for each course session in journal reading and case presentation skills. It is the intention of the course to present to all participants a broad range of orthodontic problems and their possible management.
This course is designed to allow those who have completed Orthodontics I to further pursue and apply the presented treatment philosophies.
- Assessment of new patients and diagnose malocclusion
- Treating patients using both fixed and removable appliances
- Retention review on patients who has completed active orthodontic treatment
- Orthodontic literature review on clinical modalities and mechanics
- More clinically focused than Orthodontic 1
- Acquire adequate diagnosing skills to recognise abnormal occlusions in both developing and permanent malocclusion
- To provide treatment options for orthodontic cases
- Understand and critically analyse the orthodontic literatures
- To present orthodontic cases publicly and share the clinical experience with peer
- Possess adequate skills to bond fixed orthodontic appliances, perform regular orthodontic adjustments and review retention cases
- Critically analyse orthodontic literature and apply it clinically