Kassie Aegean Conference 2019

Overview

Join Michael and Ross for this five day conference on achieving excellence in restorative dentistry and endodontics. Michael will cover topics relating to direct and indirect restorations with an emphasis on case selection and adhesive procedures for each, whilst Ross will lecture on “Endontic Success - What’s Important”, and present the hints, tips, and techniques used by Endodontists to achieve the best possible outcomes. All this, in the idyllic surrounds of picturesque Kastellorizo, the gem of the Mediterranean.


Academic Program:

Adhesives & Cementation Techniques for Direct & Indirect Procedures, How to Achieve Predictable Success in Endodontics - What’s Important.


Trip Itinerary:


DAY ONE

  • Guests arrive at Kastellorizo


DAY TWO

  • Walking tour of Harbour village, the Castle of the Knights of St John and Museum History exhibit 
  • Lunch at local restaurant
  • Afternoon lectures
  • Welcome cocktail reception and dinner 


DAY THREE

  • Ferry to Kas (Turkey) and visit the local markets and bazaar 
  • Afternoon lectures
  • Bus to Palieocastro - sunset drinks and mezethes 


DAY FOUR

  • Blue Cave tour
  • Afternoon lectures
  • Course final dinner


DAY FIVE

  • Guests leave Kastellorizo.


Trip Inclusions:

Academic program, 4 nights accommodation, most meals, island and Blue Cave tours, side trip to Turkey.


Providers Terms

Please note refunds are not possible for cancelled registrations for this course.

The Conference Registration fee includes 4 nights in a standard Double Room at the Megisti Hotel (in on Monday 8th, out on Friday 12th July). The rooms at Megisti Hotel are available on a first come basis. Once they are all taken, we will only be able to offer alternate accommodation arrangements, and these may involve a small additional cost.

Flights and other transport expenses are not included.


Tickets:
Course Fee$3,176Add to Cart
Accompanying Partner Fee$2,018Add to Cart
Contact Hours:

9.0 hrs

When:

Mon, 08 July 2019

Start Time:

9:00 AM

Duration:

5 Days

Format:

Lectures

Venue:

Megisti Hotel

Address:
Google map

Main Port, Meyísti, Kastellorizo, Greece 85111

Course Provider:
Event Contact:
Speaker(s):
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Dr Michael Mandikos

Dr. Mandikos received his Bachelor of Dental Science Degree with honours, from the University of Queensland. He completed a three-year residency program at the State University of New York at Buffalo, (USA) graduating with a Certificate in Prosthodontics and Masters Degree in Biomaterials in 1998. He has researched direct and indirect composite resins and he has published several papers in Australian and international journals on clinical and dental materials topics. Dr. Mandikos has presented continuing education programs at Dental meetings throughout Australia and Southeast Asia and he is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons.

Dr. Mandikos is a Visiting Specialist Prosthodontist to the University of Queensland Dental School and the Royal Australian Air Force. He is a reviewer for the Australian Dental Journal, Quintessence International and Clinical (International Journal of Brazilian Dentistry). Dr. Mandikos is a product evaluator for several dental companies and he maintains a private practice limited to implant and Restorative Dentistry in Brisbane City. 

Dr ross

Dr Ross Applegarth

Dr Ross Applegarth has twenty-five years of specialist experience. Prior to studying endodontics, Ross enjoyed eight years in general dentistry and travelled extensively throughout the United Kingdom and Europe. Ross has held executive positions with the Australian Society of Endodontology at state and federal levels, serving as Federal President between 2005 and 2007.


Ross has been involved with endodontic teaching programs at all Queensland dental schools, and lectured extensively throughout Queensland and internationally. He is currently involved in the undergraduate endodontic program at Griffith University. Ross has also delivered lectures and workshops on rotary instrumentation to both dentists and undergraduate students and has acted as an external examiner for the University of Queensland postgraduate endodontic program. He has more recently been involved in teaching general endodontics to dentists in Vietnam and Fiji.


Ross has been inducted into the International College of Dentists and is a member of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons. He has special interests in the endodontic management of elderly patients, retreatment outcomes, and endodontic rotary instrumentation. In his spare time, Ross enjoys spending time pottering on his small farm in Eumundi with his family, and surfing on the Sunshine Coast with his daughters and friends.