Tony Rotondo and Michael Mandikos are pleased to announce that we will be again staging the Mini-Residency in Prosthodontics in 2020. Our program is now in its fourteenth year and the feedback from our attendees (all of whom have now become good friends) has been excellent. We can really cram a lot of material into 9 days of combined theory, practical, and of course some light hearted humour and entertainment!
A practical program designed for the general dentist including didactic and hands-on components.
The program this year again consists of 3 modules, each of three days duration (Thursday, Friday, Saturday). Each module will cover in suitable depth, the relevant theory and practical stages involved in performing complex restorative cases. There will be an amount of pre-course reading and essential literature reviews, to ensure participants are well schooled in the current clinical and materials research in this area of dentistry before we discuss these in depth during the course.
Participants will gain the most from this program if they have a case suitable for rehabilitation (or other significant treatment) prior to commencing the Mini-Residency or can locate one soon after completing Module 1, though this is not a requirement for registration. Each of the modules will prepare the participants sufficiently to return to their practices and commence the relevant stages of clinical treatment for their case. Accordingly, after completing the third module of the Mini-Residency, the participants will be able to return to their practices and complete their respective complex restorative cases. Whilst participants are encouraged to have a clinical case selected to treat during this course, it is not essential for everyone attending to have a case.
6-8 August 2020
17-19 September 2020
12-14 November 2020
Attendees who register for the program agree to register for all three modules as we are unable to take on new attendees part of the way through the program. The course fee for each module will be invoiced approximately 4 weeks before the commencement of the respective module and is payable in advance of that 3-day program. Refunds are not possible due to our inability to accept other registrants part way through the overall program. A non-refundable deposit payment of $2500 (inc GST) is required to hold your place on this program. All three modules must be completed.
Registration will be on a first come basis. To register for the Mini Residency please visit www.ceodental.com.au. Registration will be confirmed once your deposit is received. This deposit is not refundable, but will be applied to your payment for the final module. The pre-course registration material will then be sent to you. All instruments, materials and notes for most lectures will be provided, and participants are encouraged to bring their own loupes and a big notepad.
We have a program which is unique in Australia. Our faculty consists of 2 prosthodontists and a guest orthodontist. Participants will have the opportunity to learn one-on-one from our faculty, and will have special access to the Alumni section of our website which contains copies of the lectures, course notes, instrument and materials lists, past and current Literature. All our course alumnists retain ongoing access to this special resource.
Attendance limited to 20 participants (no more than 12 without clinical cases).
Thu, 06 August 2020
Three 3 Day Modules
Lectures and Hands On
Rotondo Dental Practice
Level 4, 128 Edward Street,
Dr Tony Rotondo
Dr Tony Rotondo is a registered specialist in Prosthodontics, he completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Queensland in 1984 and a postgraduate residency in Prosthodontics in 1996 at the University of California, Los Angles (UCLA). He currently practices in Brisbane. Tony has specific interests in dental aesthetics, dental implants and ceramic materials. He has and continues to teach undergraduates and postgraduates at the University of Queensland. He has been a visiting lecturer to the postgraduate program in prosthodontics at the University of Sydney and a visiting lecturer to Griffith University, School of Dentistry in Southport and the University of Queensland.
In the past Tony has been the president of the Australian Society of Aesthetic Dentistry (QLD Branch), secretary of ANZAP (Australian and New Zealand Academy of Prosthodontists), treasurer and founding member of AOS (Australasian Osseointegration Society, QLD branch), he is part of the DSD scientific board and a member of many other professional associations. Tony is a product evaluator for dental companies and presents numerous continuing educational programs nationally and internationally.
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.