2016 - Orthodontics II Program

Orthodontics II: course overview

This course is both clinical and theoretical with chair-side sessions, lectures and seminars. The clinical component of the course takes place within the Orthodontic Clinic of the Sydney Dental Hospital and involves treating NSW Local Health District patients. These sessions will provide practical instruction and experience in the placement and adjustment of orthodontic appliances. New patients with mainly Class 1 mild crowding malocclusions will be assessed, diagnosed and treated. The participants will also manage patients in different stages of orthodontic treatment, who have already started treatment from previous years.

There is a requirement that registrants participate in seminars on patient management, theoretical presentations and journal reviews. The participants will be given the option to present their own cases will a full set of diagnostic records at the end of the morning sessions according to time availability and expression of interest. It is the intention of the course to present all participants a broad range of orthodontic problems and management options. However, the cases the participants will treat in the clinic will mainly be simple malocclusion cases.

This course is designed to allow those who have completed Orthodontics 1 to further their understanding on orthodontic fundamentals and principles.

Orthodontics II: course outline

  • Assessment of new patients and diagnosis of malocclusion.
  • Treating Class 1 mild crowding patients using orthodontic appliances
  • Mechanics of straight-wire appliances will be taught and applied in the clinical sessions

Orthodontics II: learning objectives

  • Acquire skills to recognise abnormal malocclusions
  • Provide treatment options for simple orthodontic cases.
  • Understand and critically analyse the orthodontic literature.
  • Present orthodontic cases publicly and share the clinical experience with peers.

Orthodontics II: learning outcomes

  • Recognise and diagnose malocclusions
  • Possess skills to bond fixed orthodontic appliances and perform basic orthodontic adjustments
  • Critically analyse orthodontic literature and apply it clinically.

Orthodontics II: course details, dates and cost



Lectures & hands-on clinical (patient treatment)


13 monthly sessions – dates are scheduled as:

  • Friday 18 March 2016
  • Thursday 14 April 2016 (Invisalign session)
  • Friday 15 April 2016
  • Friday 20 May 2016
  • Friday 17 June 2016
  • Friday 22 July 2016
  • Friday 19 August 2016
  • Friday 16 September 2016
  • Friday 21 October 2016
  • Friday 18 November 2016
  • Friday 9 December 2016
  • Friday 13 January 2017
  •         Friday 10 February 2017


9:00am - 4:30pm


Sydney Dental Hospital, 2 Chalmers Street, Surry Hills


$21,950 with an installment payment plan available for registrants.
(Course fee inclusive of GST)

CPD Hours:


Commitment required

Attendance at all sessions is required for successful completion of the Orthodontics II course.


Completion of Orthodontics I course. To be eligible for enrolment in Orthodontics II the candidate must satisfy the entrance criteria.

Mandatory requirements including vaccination information:


In order to comply with NSW Department of Health Policy directives to be able to treat patients within a public hospital, there is a mandatory requirement for registrants to supply

  1. Current valid Dental Board of Australia certificate of registration;
  2. 100 point ID check;
  3. Current professional indemnity insurance certificate (AUS states / NZ); and
  4. National Police Certificate (online application form);
  5. NSW Health Vaccination Record Card (completed by the registrants’ GP);
  6. NSW Health Form 1 (new recruit undertaking/declaration; and
  7. NSW Health Form 2 – TB Assessment Tool.

Registration information:

You can book online with VISA and MasterCard. 

For further information, payment plans or alternative payment methods, please contact the Continuing Education Office on +61 +2 9351 8348 or via email to Continuing Education.