Prof. David Manton

Hypomineralised Enamel - Here, There and Everywhere

Prof. David Manton

March 20th, 2018 Study Club Course

Molar-incisor hypomineralisation (MIH) affects a significant proportion of the population (approximately 15% worldwide), however teeth in the primary dentition are also affected. In the past two decades MIH has attracted attention, both clinically and in research and more recently hypomineralised second primary molars (HSPM) have been identified as commonly affected (4 - 9%) and they are also risk factors for ...

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Dr Enrique Diaz Guzman

Aesthetic Zone with Flowables

Dr Enrique Diaz Guzman

May 1st, 2018 Study Club Course

Synopsis: In this lecture, we will demonstrate the handling behaviour of injectable flowable composites in aesthetic restorations. The advantageous of this new revolutionary technique is minimal tooth invasiveness and polishing while still obtaining excellent morphology results and optical aesthetics with minimal chair time. The evolution of flowable composites in the last few years have shown that we can achieve lasting ...

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Dr. Warren Roberts

The Therapeutic Use of Botulinum Toxin in Dentistry and The Cosmetic Side Effects

Dr. Warren Roberts

June 20th, 2018 Study Club Course

Learning Objectives  Have you dabbled in botulinum toxin (aka “Botox®”) treatment? Want to learn more? The multiple mechanisms of action of botulinum toxin type A have an impact far beyond facial wrinkles. A detailed understanding of the anatomy of the face and neck is paramount to successful therapeutic and cosmetic treatment with botulinum toxin. Learn how the secondary and tertiary ...

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Dr Chris Ho

Managing the Complexities of Modern Dental Implant Treatment for Predictability and Success

Dr Chris Ho

July 31st, 2018 Study Club Course

The success of dental implant treatment is well evidenced in the literature, however with increasing numbers of implants placed and time in-situ, the ability to provide complication free treatment is becoming a concern. Peri-implant problems have become an ever-increasing problem for dentists and dental companies, with much of the recent focus on implant surfaces and connections as well as how ...

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Dr. Michelle Heffernan

Endodontic Problem Solving

Dr. Michelle Heffernan

Sept. 4th, 2018 Study Club Course

Endodontic problem-solving skills are often necessary even from the early treatment stages such as diagnosis right through until post treatment. This lecture will address 3 key steps in endodontic problem solving by learning how to: Learning Objectives: Prevent problems during endodontic treatment Identify problems that exists or that have occurred during endodontic treatment Manage problems once they have been recognised. ...

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Dr Vicki Rozos

Your Patient, Their Private Health Insurer, and YOU. What is going on?

Dr Vicki Rozos

Nov. 27th, 2018 Study Club Course

In this presentation we look at how you are affected by your patient’s decisions. When patients decide to take out ancillary or “extras” cover with a Private Health Insurer (PHI), how are you then bound by obligations and expectations regarding how you will behave. It’s important to understand the consequences for the practitioner as no one likes to be audited ...

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