Paedodontics Update 2019 offers practitioners an in-depth look at various key topics in paediatric dentistry relevant to clinical practice. Topics for the event include restorative management approaches for paediatric patients, new horizons in paediatric dentistry, current concepts in enamel defects and the oral physician. The event features A/Professor Richard Widmer, Professor David Manton and Dr Sue Taji, who combine to provide this valuable update and will discuss clinical and patient management approaches.
The Oral Physician
Associate Professor Richard Widmer
New Horizons in Paediatric Dentistry
Professor David Manton
Restorative Management Approaches in Paediatric Patients
Professor David Manton
Interceptive Orthodontics for the Paediatric Patient
Dr Sue Taji
Participants may use this event towards meeting the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) requirements as set by the Dental Board of Australia and the event has also received CPD verification from the New Zealand Dental Association (NZDA). The event offers participants up to seven hours scientific continuing professional development and registration is open to dentists, oral health therapists and auxilaries and paediatric dental specialists. The event will be held at the Stamford Plaza Hotel in the Brisbane CBD. As with all Queensland Dental Group conferences, events and courses, no product or external company sponsorship is permitted to allow all presenters to provide their unbiased views and preferences.
Friday 18 October 2019
8:30am The Oral Physician - Presenter Associate Professor Richard Widmer
10:30am Morning Tea
10:50am New Horizons in Paediatric Dentistry - Presenter Professor David Manton
1:30pm Restorative Management Approaches in Paediatric Dentistry - Presenter Pofessor David Manton
3:10pm Afternoon Tea
3:30pm Current Concepts in Enamel Defects - Presenter Dr Sue Taji
1. ‘Dental Update 2019’, 23-24 August 2019 at the Brisbane Stamford Plaza Hotel, ‘Endodontics Update 2019’, 1 November 2019 at the Brisbane Marriott Hotel, ‘Paedodontics Update 2019’, 18 October 2019 and ‘The Worn Dentition’ at the Brisbane Marriott Hotel, 13-14 September 2019 are being organised by the Queensland Dental GroupTM Pty Ltd ACN 139051362, ABN 32139051362.
2. The Queensland Dental GroupTM and its representatives, hereinafter referred to as the “organiser”, guarantee these events are compliant with current Dental Board of Australia guidelines on continuing professional development. Participants may use these events towards meeting the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) requirements as set by the Dental Board of Australia.
3. Each event has received CPD verification from the New Zealand Dental Association (NZDA). NZDA verifies, that based on the information provided to NZDA, these activities meet the Dental Council policy requirements for CPD. NZDA CPD verification does not imply promotion or endorsement of the contents of any course.
4. Participants need to use professional judgement to assess the validity and usefulness of techniques, materials or therapeutic products to their own practice.
5. Participants will receive a certificate indicating the number of CPD hours attained. For participants attending ‘Dental Update 2019’ a maximum of 15 Hours of scientific CPD credit is attainable, for practitioners attending ‘Paedodontics Update 2019’. A maximum of 7 Hours of scientific CPD credit is attainable, for practitioners attending ‘Endodontics Update 2019’. A maximum of 7 Hours of scientific CPD credit is attainable and for practitioners attending both days of ‘The Worn Dentition’ event, a maximum of 15 Hours of scientific CPD credit is attainable.
6. A discounted Early Bird registration option is available for participants registering to attend these events. To receive a discounted early bird registration for ‘Dental Update 2019′, ‘Paedodontics Update 2019’, ‘Endodontics Update 2019’ or ‘The Worn Dentition’, the completed registration form needs to be received and paid for in full by the 18th of June 2019.
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Fri, 18 October 2019
Stamford Plaza Hotel
Cnr Edward and Margaret Street,
Queensland Dental Group
A/Professor Richard Widmer
Associate Professor Richard Widmer received his Master’s Degree in Paediatric Dentistry from the University of Melbourne. The majority of his paediatric clinical practice over the last 30 years has been at the Westmead Centre for Oral Health and The Children’s Hospital at Westmead. He holds the position of Associate Clinical Professor in Paediatric Dentistry, The University of Sydney, and Head of the Dental Department at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead. He is a very active clinician and lecturer, presenting to students and graduates in all branches of the Health Sciences, both locally and internationally. Over the years he has held a number of positions within his speciality including, the Presidency of the International Association of Paediatric Dentistry, the Australasian Academy of Paediatric Dentistry and the Australian and New Zealand Society of Paediatric Dentistry. Professor Widmer co-edited both the very popular “Handbook of Pediatric Dentistry” now in it’s fourth edition and in seven languages and the booklet “Paediatric Dentistry: Dental Care for Children. A guide for parents “.
Professor David Manton
Professor David Manton graduated BDSc (Melb) in 1984 and worked in general practice until 1991 when he undertook an MDSc in Paediatric Dentistry. He was dental advisor to the Federal Government from 1994 – 1996 and won the KG Sutherland Prize of the RACDS in 2007. Professor Manton is currently the Elsdon Storey Chair of Child Dental Health and heads the section of Growth and Development at The University of Melbourne and is involved in several collaborative and postgraduate research projects in both paediatric dentistry and orthodontics. He is on the editorial boards of the European Archives on Paediatric Dentistry and the International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry. Professor Manton has spoken throughout Australia, Asia and Europe and has wide ranging experience in laboratory and clinical trials of CPP-ACP, Minimum Intervention Dentistry and the detection of caries. He has published more than 50 manuscripts in peer-reviewed journals and his interests are in all aspects of enamel de- and remineralisation, minimal intervention dentistry, teledentistry, and molar incisor hypomineralisation (MIH).
Dr Sue Taji
Dr Sue Taji is the current Federal President of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Paediatric Dentistry, ANZSPD Federal Councilor for Queensland and a former Federal Secretary of the Australasian Academy of Paediatric Dentistry. Dr Taji is a fellow of the International College of Dentists and the Pierre Fauchard Academy. Holding surgical accreditation at various hospitals, she remains clinically orientated and restricts her Brisbane specialist practice to the management of paediatric patients from infancy to school age and those with special needs. Having completed her undergraduate dental degree at the University of Adelaide, Dr Taji was awarded membership to the prestigious Golden Key Honours Society for excellence during her studies, subsequently working in Private Practice in Brisbane for a decade prior to completing her Clinical Doctorate in Paediatric Dentistry at the University of Queensland in 2010. Completing numerous research projects during this time, she has published in national and international journals and has co-authored various textbook chapters on paediatric dental aspects.