This hands-on course covers case selection and basic surgical skills including simple third molar extractions and contemporary atraumatic extraction techniques. This content is aimed at dentists who may not have had the opportunity to practice and become familiar with surgical extractions, and are interested in taking the next step in extending their skills.
The course will include didactic sessions, video demonstrations recorded on live patients and hands-on exercises on pigs jaws.
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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
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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.
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What to bring
Generally, most clinical instruments and materials are supplied for hands-on courses held at the CTC. Please bring your own magnification loupes to clinical hands-on workshops.
To keep course fees down, some materials and products used in workshops may be provided by dental suppliers. Representatives may be in attendance at these events.
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In the situation whereby a transfer is permitted, a maximum of two (2) transfers can be made per registration. 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).
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Wed, 19 February 2020
Lecture and Hands on
ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development
1 Atchison St, St Leonards,
Dr Cecilia So
Dr Cecilia So is a dentist with practice limited to surgical dentistry and oral implant. After completing an undergraduate Bachelor of Dental Surgery (Hons) degree at the University of Sydney in 2003, Cecilia went onto a hospital based surgical training post in the UK as a Senior House Officer for two years, achieving her Membership of the Faculty of Dental Surgeons with the Royal College of Surgeons, London, by examination in 2008.
Her interest in oral implants lead her to complete the Graduate Diploma in Clinical Dentistry (Oral Implants) USyd and she is now a Clinical Associate at University of Sydney both mentoring and lecturing for the program. She is also involved as an executive committee of the Australian Osseointegration Society.
Cecilia has been a senior dental officer at Westmead Centre for Oral Health, providing surgical dental services in the Special Needs Unit from 2009 to present. Cecilia has focused her professional interests on oral surgery and implant dentistry and enjoys being involved in teaching, with a particular interest in mentoring recent graduates and working as a visiting surgical dentist both in metropolitan Sydney and rural NSW
Dr Alastair Stevenson
Dr Alastair Stevenson has been registered as an Oral Surgeon in New South Wales since 1989, and has been working at Vintage Surgical Specialists with Dr Bruce Austin since 1995. In addition he is a Visiting Senior Specialist at the Sydney Dental Hospital.
He qualified from King’s College Hospital Dental School, University of London, in 1973. After working in both hospital and general practice in UK he completed his primary Fellowship and then spent five years in private dental practice in Mombasa, Kenya, moonlighting at the weekends as a mountain and safari guide.
He returned to England in 1982 where he worked in the Oral and Maxillofacial Unit at Walton Hospital in Liverpool before completing his Dental Fellowship in Edinburgh. In 1983 he emigrated to Australia, becoming a lecturer in the Oral Surgery Department of the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Sydney. In 1986 he was awarded his Australasian Dental Fellowship and research into the clinical applications of Hydroxylapatite as an implant led to a Master of Dental Science degree in 1989.
From 1991 to 1996 he was Director and Surgical Co-ordinator of the Osseointegrated implant Dental Implant Centre at the United Dental Hospital as well as Department Head of Oral Surgery. From 1993 to 1995 he was President of the NSW branch of the Australasian Osseointegration Society and from 1995 to 1997 inaugural President of Federal AOS. Until 2006, he was the surgical co-ordinator of the University of Sydney Diploma in Clinical Dentistry (Oral Implants).
He has an interest in all aspects of dental implants and has been involved in teaching implant techniques since the early training courses at the University of Sydney. He also continues to lecture widely and is the author of numerous publications in Australian and international journals.
When not working he enjoys exploring Australia, bird watching and growing Kalamata olives in the southern highlands. He has also been a member of the Alpine Club since 1983.