Conservative All Ceramic Preparations for Veneers, Crowns, Bridges, Inlays and Onlays.
This is a hands on course coupled with live and pre-recorded patient procedures to teach you how to gain maximum benefit from today’s ceramic materials.
The outcome for the course is to provide safe conservative tooth preparation so that you can use today’s most aesthetic ceramic materials and achieve great results which your patients will be proud to show their friends.
The course will cover aspects of preparation design, including biomechanics and methods for stable enamel/dentine bonding. We will be looking at and preparing veneers, all-ceramic crowns, minimal and conventional bridges, inlays and onlays on phantom heads
Participants will learn how to minimize tooth reduction during preparation and to maximize ceramic fracture resistance and aesthetics by prep and restoration design.
Delegate places in events are confirmed once full payment has been received. While credit card is the preferred method of payment, CPD will provide an invoice with 14-day payment terms to those participants who choose to pay by cheque. CPD reserves the right to apply a 10 percent surcharge for registrations made within three (3) business days of an event. (CPD accepts payment by Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Cheque, Direct Debit or Bank Cheque).
All course fees include 10 percent GST in the total cost except where stated. All tax invoices will show CPD's ABN 34 000 021 232.
Cancellations of any event must be received in writing by email to [email protected] Substitution of delegates can occur at any time at no additional cost. Course fees or part thereof cannot be transferred to another event when cancellation occurs within two (2) weeks* of the original event. (*1 week equals 7 full days). CPD takes no responsibility for changes to delegate work commitments or personal circumstances.
Cancellation of Hands on Programs
For cancellations of hands-on program places made at least four (4) weeks* prior to the event in question, a credit note for the full course fee will be given to be used towards a future course. A credit note of 50 percent of the course fee will be given for cancellations of up to two (2) weeks* prior to the event. No credit will be given for cancellations made with less than two (2) weeks* notice. A $50 administration fee applies to ALL cancellations.
Cancellation of Lecture Programs
For cancellations of lecture program places made at least two (2) weeks* prior to the event in question, a credit note for the full course fee will be given to be used towards a future course. A credit note of 50 percent of the course fee will be given for cancellations up to one (1) week* prior to the event. No credit note will be given for cancellations made with less than one (1) weeks* notice. A $50 administration fee applies to ALL cancellations.
Failure to Attend
A delegate who fails to attend will be liable for 100 percent of the course fee.
Program Cancellation / Rescheduling
CPD takes all care to produce high quality program events that deliver as promised. All advertised details are correct at the time of publication. However when circumstances beyond our control prevail, CPD reserves the right to cancel, postpone, relocate or reschedule any program. If CPD exercises this option, CPD will employ reasonable endeavours to notify delegates as early as possible to minimise inconvenience. CPD will not accept any responsibility for travel and accommodation costs incurred by delegates. Where a refund is due to a delegate, a refund for the amount paid will be issued within 30 days of notification. In the case of program post-ponement or rescheduling, the delegate may choose to transfer the fee from the cancelled course to a future program of equal value. In this case these terms and conditions apply.
Fri, 29 November 2019
Lecture and Hands-on
ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development
1 Atchison St, St Leonards ,
Adjunct Associate Professor Jim Ironside
Trained at the University of Adelaide, A/Prof Ironside is a board registered Specialist in Prosthodontics with a passion for high quality dental care. He is also passionate about teaching and research with a particular emphasis on Fixed Prosthodontics, Implants and TMJ dysfunction. A/Prof Ironside is committed to encouraging his dental colleagues to use microscopy in their daily practice to allow them to see what they don't see and deliver better treatment outcomes for their patients. He is also involved in teaching Fixed Prosthodontics to the students at Charles Sturt University.
His master’s research centered on posterior composite resin and his doctorate from Sydney University looked at the loads required to initiate fracture in the bi-laminar dental ceramic system known as In-Ceram. The study found that the cracks initiated in the feldspathic surface layer. The study also found that the load required to initiate fracture was dependent on the thickness ratio between the two layers and the supporting surface.
He has lectured around Australia and New Zealand plus Asia, Europe, the United Kingdom and the United States and has several publications in international refereed journals.
A/Prof Ironside is also very enthusiastic about photography and helping people to become better photographers.
Dr Alan Broughton
Alan Broughton received his BDS from the University of Adelaide in 1978. Following a period of employment with the SA Dental Service, Alan practised as a general dentist for some years in Victoria and New South Wales. He returned to study prosthodontics at the University of Adelaide and received his Master’s degree in 1989. Alan began prosthodontic practice shortly thereafter and has maintained a private specialist practice since then. Alan received his RACDS fellowship in 1985 and has been an examiner with the Royal Australian College of Dental Surgeons in the final fellowship examinations for 15 years.
Alan has held various teaching and examination posts with the University of Sydney, Charles Sturt University and the University of Adelaide. Currently, Alan is a visiting tutor in the specialist restorative unit at the Adelaide Dental Hospital while maintaining his specialist referral practice. Alan was scientific chair for the Australasian Osseointegration Society Conference in 2011 and is chair of the Scientific Program Division for the 38th Australian Dental Congress to be held in 2019.
Alan was cofounder of the Adelaide Seattle Study Club and the Adelaide Implant Institute, providing educational opportunities for the dental profession in South Australia. He is an active sponsor of the New Horizons dental study group in South Australia and has lectured locally, nationally and internationally on a number of topics related to restorative dentistry and prosthodontics.
Alan continues to provide professional mentorship programs and is an advisor to a number of key stakeholders within the dental profession.
His special interests include conventional crown and bridgework, aesthetic dentistry and implant supported prosthodontics.
Outside of dentistry, Alan has a keen interest in AFL football and follows a number of pursuits dictated by his children and newly arrived grandchildren.