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1 - 5 Overseas Drive
Noble Park, Vic. 3174
Noble Park, Vic. 3174
Friday 10th May 2013 - Friday 10th May 2013
8.30am - 5.00pm
25 Cleg Street
$450.00 + gst
Early bird special $375.00 + gst (must book 1 month prior)
Dr. David Dunn - NSW BDS (Hons) USYD, FRACDS, Pierre Fauchard Academy
Dr. Dunn has lectured both nationally and internationally and conducts mentor training programs to educate and improve the skills of dentists involved in dental implant therapy. Dr Dunn is a member of the international teaching faculty for gIDE/ULCA Master Program in Implant Dentistry.
He was instrumental in the establishment of both the Osseointegration Society of NSW, being chairman of the inaugural committee and later The Australasian Osseointegration Society. He is a Senior Clinical Associate at the University of Sydney, Faculty of Dentistry and has taught the Diploma in Implant Dentistry.
Dr. Dunn’s practice, The Macquarie Street Centre, Sydney, specialises in prosthodontics, cosmetic and implant reconstruction. He graduated from Sydney University in 1981, is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Dental Surgeons (FRACDS) and a member of the prestigious Pierre Fauchard Academy.
In this course participants will be acquainted with the benefits and features of contemporary ceramic options in Prosthodontics with information about what materials, techniques and processes to use and where they apply.
It will help you identify the critical elements of aesthetics needed in the assessment of your patients. It will show you how to predictably establish an aesthetic and diagnostic prescription for your patients.
The course will cover the complete process from initial patient consultation, diagnostics and smile design to selection of material with full laboratory procedures to finalisation of the case. Full case presentations of all modalities; veneers, inlays, onlays, ¾ veneers, full crowns will be covered.
• Learn how to use digital smile design techniques with computer, digital camera and digital video to document and communicate with both patient and laboratory alike
• Learn what ceramic technologies are available today, their various pros and cons and what to use where
• Learn about the new paradigm in reconstructive prosthodontics with a more conservative approach utilising bonded ceramic options
• Identify and know the three factors critical to the use and success of these materials that relate to preparation design and laboratory communication
• Learn how to take and document a shade prescription for effective laboratory communication
• Learn the various preparation needs for all-ceramic restorations from veneers, inlays, onlays, ¾ and full coverage crowns
• Learn contemporary impression techniques and simplified occlusal records / face-bow transfers
• Learn where to use monolithic vs veneered restorations and the limitations of each technology
• Learn material selection & how to effectively bond ceramic restorations and tips for easy clean up and success
• Learn about how occlusion affects material selection and ultimately success of all-ceramic restorations
• You will see the application of all these concepts with real case examples
Who should attend
Dentists and Technicians wanting to better understand the evolution of materials, techniques and communication protocols that are possible within the daily practice.