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Orthodontics 3

Half day workshops that extend orthodontics training
This course is for participants who have completed Orthodontics 2. It designed to extend your experience within the orthodontics department for a further 12 months.

Course overview

Participants attend a half-day each month and are encouraged to join the morning lecture sessions scheduled for Orthodontics 2. The course presents an opportunity for participants to complete the active treatment of patients from Orthodontics 2.

Course outline

  • To continue the active treatment of patients from the Orthodontics 2 program
  • Attend seminars of Orthodontics 2

Learning objectives

  • Obtain clinical skills to perform orthodontic finishing of Class 1 mild crowding cases

Learning outcomes

  • Be able to perform continuous orthodontic care for Class 1 crowding patients from diagnosis to finishing
  • Obtain confidence in performing treatment in simple orthodontic problems
Key information
Course date: 

13 monthly sessions – dates are scheduled as:

  • Friday 15 March 2019

  • Thursday 11 April 2019 (Invisalign session)

  • Friday 12 April 2019

  • Friday 10 May 2019

  • Friday 14 June 2019

  • Friday 12 July 2019

  • Friday 9 August 2019

  • Friday 13 September 2019

  • Friday 11 October 2019

  • Friday 15 November 2019

  • Friday 6 December 2019

  • January 2020 (TBA)

  • February 2020 (TBA)
1:30pm - 4:30pm (includes lunch). Registrants are encouraged to attend the morning sessions of Orthodontics 2 each day (from 9:00am).

Sydney Dental Hospital

Course structure:  Lectures and hands-on clinical (patient treatment)
CPD hours:


Course fees:* $14,500 (incl. GST) Full fee
$12,200 (incl. GST)  Alumni fee
$12,200 (incl. GST) Earlybird fee - (Must be paid by 18 January 2019)
Pre-requisites and mandatory requirements:

Participants must have completed Orthodontics 1 and 2. To be eligible for enrolment, the candidate must satisfy the entrance criteria.  

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. Registrants will be sent a detailed information pack upon registration detailing the specific requirements and deadlines for lodgement.


*2019 course fees listed. This course is fully subscribed. To express interest in receiving information about future courses, please email with your contact details so we can send updates to you when available. 

All other enquiries can be directed to the Continueing Education in Dentistry office on +61 2 9351 8348.

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Our orthodontics courses form the only hospital-based series in Australia run by university academic staff where participants are actively involved with patient treatment."
Professor M. Ali Darendeliler, Course facilitator

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