2014 Extended Fixed Prosthodontics


Extended Fixed Prosthodontics - 29 September/ 3 October 2014

Extended Fixed Prosthodontics is the most comprehensive short course in prosthodontics in Australia for dentists in general practice. Our curriculum in 2014 retains the core stock of everyday practice lecture topics, and includes specialists from 3 other disciplines (periodontics, endodontics and orthodontics) to discuss the various ways that fixed prosthodontics and their practice come together.

The 2014 Extended Fixed Prosthodontic program offers an unprecedented 20 hours of clinical simulation practice for dentists. Both traditional and innovative techniques in clinical practice are covered in detail. The 13 presenters include full-time private practice clinicians, including keynote speakers, University educators, specialist and general practitioners, a dual-qualified solicitor-dentist, and one of Sydney’s most experienced dental ceramists. Personal preferences of our materials, instrumentation and technique complement the evidence-based subject matter.

Fixed prosthodontics is an essential component of private general practice and EFP 2014 offers the perfect balance of close supervision practicals and comprehensive lecture material.

This course is suitable for general dentists who wish to:

  • Review their knowledge base and practical skills.
  • Interact closely with experienced clinicians.
  • Prepare for postgraduate coursework programs.

Extended Fixed Prosthodontics  - 29 September/ 3 October 2014

Course no:

130814

Format:

Lectures and clinical stimulation

Dates:

Monday 29 September – Friday 3 October 2014 (5 days)

Topics:

Course schedule

Convenor:

Dr Ken Hooi

Presenters:

2014 Extended Fixed Prosthodontics Faculty includes:

  • Dr Terry Walton, Prosthodontist and Clinical Associate Professor (Sydney)
  • Dr Max Guazzato, Prosthodontist and Associate Professor (Sydney)
  • Dr Anthony Au, Prosthodontist and Clinical Associate Professor (Sydney)
  • Dr Nicholas Hocking, Dental Surgeon and Clinical Associate (Sydney)
  • Dr Po-Ching Lu, Prosthodontist and Specialist Clinical Educator (Sydney)
  • Dr Ken Hooi, Prosthodontist and Specialist Clinical Educator (Sydney) Convenor
  • Dr Tuan Dao, Prosthodontist and Specialist Clinical Educator (Sydney)
  • Dr Mark Sinclair, Dental Surgeon, Solicitor and Australian Dental Association (NSW) Immediate Past President
  • Dr Peter Hell, Prosthodontist and Specialist Clinical Educator (Adelaide)
  • Dr Luke Villata, Periodontist and Program Director of Postgraduate Diploma in Oral Implantology (Charles Sturt University)
  • Dr Dinesh Sanmuganathan, Orthodontist
  • Dr Shalin Desai, Endodontist and Specialist Clinical Educator (Sydney)

Time:

8am – 6pm (registration from 7.30am)

Venue:

Sydney Dental Hospital, 2 Chalmers Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010

Cost:

$5,500 for Dentists

Early bird rate:

$4,950 if paid by 29 June 2014

CPD Hours:

41 hours

Registration:

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Course Schedule: Monday 29 September – Friday 3 October 2014

Monday 29 September

Day One

  • Margins
  • Soft tissue considerations in fixed prosthodontics
  • Outcomes in fixed prosthodontics
  • Metal-ceramic crowns and bridges
  • Endodontically treated teeth: foundation restorations
  • Practical sessions (metal-ceramic preparations and resin fibre post-cores_

Tuesday 30 September

Day Two

  • Provisional restorations and impressions
  • Practical sessions (provisional restorations and impressions, implant impressions and restorative components)
  • Preparations
  • Impressions
  • Implant prosthodontic components & procedures
  • Single implant restoration design protocols

Wednesday 1 October

Day Three

  • Advanced ceramics in clinical dentists (all ceramic crowns and bridges in addition to prcelain veneers and onlays
  • Practical sessions (all ceramic preparations

Thursday 2 October

Day Four

  • Fixed prosthodontic management and design
  • Treatment planning
  • The clinical-technical interface
  • Occlusion in Fixed Prosthodontics (Dahl appliance)
  • Cementation and luting cements
  • Integrating fixed and removable prosthodontics
  • Practical sessions (colour selection and preparations)

Friday 3 October

Day Five

  • Combining orthodontic and fixed prosthodontic treatment including aesthetic management of agenic and peg lateral incisors, in addition to optimising space for fixed dental prostheses. 
  • Aesthetic periodontal therapy.
  • Endodontic complications of teeth with full-coverage restorations (risk management, diagnosis and management).     
  • Risk management in fixed prosthodontics.
  • Panel Discussion.
  • Practical session (preparations).