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Members will find the Branch's recordings of seminars on DVD a convenient way to achieve and maintain their CPD. CPD is awarded according to the length of the seminar, with additional hour(s) of CPD for correctly completing an accompanying questionnaire.  All CPD credits require correct completion of the questionnaires. Participants who attended the seminar(s) are only eligible to claim limited CPD hour(s) for successfully completing the questionnaire. Seminar recordings are priced in accordance with the registration fees for the seminars.  Regional ADAVB members can purchase the recordings with a 25% discount.
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Dentistry2010 - Day 2
Recorded: 31 July 2010   
9.5 hours Scientific CPD. (1 x Computer DVD)  Member: $800  

This program has a strong clinical element, covering a range of issues encountered in dental care including trauma management, aesthetics, dental implants, management of the carious primary dentition, endodontics versus implants, fixed prosthodontics and much more.

SATURDAY 31 JULY 2010 Plenary Hall 3
Ground Floor
Meeting Room 219
Second Floor
Meeting Room 220
Second Floor
   
9:00am-10:00am  
10:05am-10:25am MORNING TEA

10:30am-12:05pm

 

What works in periodontal treatment - How good are we at retaining teeth and how best to do it

by Dr Robert De Poi

Get the gum right - Achieving realism in aesthetic restorations

by Dr Andrew Tucker

Dental management of the medically compromised patient

by Dr Ian Hewson

Self-ligating brackets - What you should know

by Dr Samar Amari

12:10pm-1:25pm LUNCH

1:30pm-3:05pm

Technical endodontics - The myth buster returns

by Ass.Prof Peter Parashos

Dental implants - Panacea or Pandora's box?

by Dr Stephen Cottrell

Moving teeth with a mouse

by Dr Vicki Vlaskalic

Dentine hypersensitivity; It's presentation and management strategy in Australian dental practice

by Professor John Spencer

   

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