Extended Fixed Prosthodontics
|Format:||Lectures, Hands-on & Clinical Simulation|
|Date:||Monday 30 September, Tuesday 1, Wednesday 2, Thursday 3 and Friday 4 October 2013|
|Time:||8:00am - 5:00pm (Registration from 7:30am on day one) - includes full day's catering|
|Venue:||Sydney Dental Hospital, 2 Chalmers Street, Surry Hills, Sydney|
$5500 - Five day course - Monday 30 September to Friday 4 October 2013
To register online click the Register Online button. You can also register over the phone on 02 9351 8348. Please ensure you have your credit card ready. You can also download the registration form and post or fax your registration. Note at the moment we can only process Visa and Mastercard transactions online. Payments by American Express can only be processed by mail, fax or phone order.
In 2013, Extended Fixed Prosthodontics will retain its packed five-day format of lectures and clinical simulation, and return with its fortuitous partnership with Australian Prosthodontic Society (New South Wales). The new five-day format of EFP 2012 succeeded in increasing the proportion of practical-to-lecture session time, as well as expanding the range of lecture topics. This course is suitable for general dentists looking to update their knowledge via a comprehensive range of topics* relevant to fixed prosthodontics, and is also a unique opportunity to engage experienced specialist and restorative dentists in clinical simulation exercises in our relaxed and interactive environment. The topic of the APS(NSW) September 2013 half-day meeting, implant prosthodontics for the single maxillary central incisor, is a key element of our course curriculum, and we are excited to integrate APS(NSW) once again into EFP 2013.
* Full-mouth rehabilitation topics are not covered in this course.
- Metal-ceramic crowns and bridges
- Foundation restorations including post-cores
- Advanced ceramics in clinical dentistry - all-ceramic crowns and bridges, veneers and onlays
- Implant prosthodontics - components, procedures, design protocols and the single maxillary central incisor (APSNSW half-day)
- Treatment planning
- Colour selection
- Aesthetic periodontal therapy
- Provisional restorations
- Clinical-technical interface
- Integrating fixed and removable prosthodontics
- Soft tissue considerations
- Outcomes in fixed prosthodontics
- Risk management in fixed prosthodontics
What do past registrants think?
"Nice fun course! A great refresher and the practical aspects were great, a real must for any dentist"
" I highly recommend anyone who is interested in fixed pros to do this course. I shall look into attending other courses of Sydney University in the future."
"Very happy and impressed overall, will be recommending this course to other colleagues."
"Big thanks to the organising staff and the DA's down in the simulation clinic - all were really nice and helpful."
"Excellent course. The sessions on fixed prosthodontics management and design, and integrating fixed and removable prosthodontics were very interesting."
Anthony Au, BDS(Syd) MDSc(Syd) FRACDS
Tuan Dao, BDS(Syd) MDSc(Syd)
Max Guazzato, PhD, DclinDent (Pros), BDS (Hons), FRACDS, MRACDS (Pros), DT
Peter Hell, BDS MDSc(HONS) FRACDS(Pros)
Nick Hocking, BDS (Adel), MSc (Lon), MClinDent (Pros)(Lon), FICD,FPFA
Kenneth Hooi, BDS(Syd) GradDipClinDent(Oral Implants)(Syd) MDSc(Syd) Convener
Mark Sinclair, BDS, LLB
Luke Villata, BDS, (Syd.) MS (Aarthus)
Terry Walton, BDS(Syd) MDSc(Syd) MS(Mich)FRACDS