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DHAA – Bali Full Day CPD
30. November @ 08:30 - 16:30
WE’RE GOING BACK TO BALI!
Come join us in Bali for the DHAA for our 2nd International Conference! We are so excited to be able to hold a full day event in Indonesia this year providing 6 CPD hours to delegates.
Date: Saturday 30th November 2019
Location: The Westin, Nusa Dua
CPD: 6 hours
Time: 8.30 registration 9am start – 4.40pm finish
Accommodation: The Westin Resort Nusa Dua is an award winning 5 star Resort. Discounted accommodation is provided when you sign up to the awards program, Starwood Preferred Guest program. Accommodation is around $150 per night per room for pure luxury!
Flights: Major airlines fly to Bali daily, below are the links to the Australian Airlines that fly to Indonesia.
Evidence-based woo-woo: is there a place for complementary therapies in dentistry? An introductory guide for dental practitioners
Natural therapies are booming and patients are increasingly asking – or telling – dental practitioners about alternative theories and treatments for oral disease and care. We can no longer dismiss these discussions. This three hour presentation will explore a comparative overview of popular health paradigms – naturopathy, oriental medicine, ayurveda, kinesiology, chiropractic and osteopathy with western medical science. This will give practitioners a better understanding of the strengths, challenges and differences of each for dental applications. An evidence-based evaluation of commonly suggested complementary therapeutic products associated with oral care, whitening, teething, oral inflammation and infection management products will be presented. Some myths will be busted and some novel uses described to add to your clinical dental toolkit. You’ll be guided through an introduction to oriental tongue diagnosis you can use for clinical assessment in your practice. You’ll be provided with key messaging to help you engage more confidently with these types of conversations in your daily work. There will be an opportunity for Q&A at the conclusion of the presentation.
Speaker – Dr Christine May BDS(Hons) USyd BHSc(TCM) UTS
Dr Christine May is a general dentist with career experience in cosmetic, special needs, complex and HIV dental medicine, aged
care, dental phobia management, rural and remote dentistry and teledentistry.
Christine also has a degree in Chinese medicine. I’ve completed advanced courses in dental sleep medicine, facial
injectables, orofacial myology, integrative nutrition, naturopathy, yoga and bodywork.
I’ve been a clinical educator at Sydney University and give lectures on integrative dental medicine and teledenistry
Zygomatic implants and all on four mainteance protocols
As our population increases in age along with social and oral health expectations the amount of single tooth, full arch and complex full mouth rehabilitations using implants increases. As clinicians we need to be able to educate on options and the post care requirements of single implants to full arch cases.
Success of an implant has many factors, host response, surgeon skill, prosthetic design and post placement care both at home and professional maintenance.The lecture will go over implant options and maintenance protocols for full arch fixed appliances and zygomatic implants.
Speaker – Tabitha Acret BOH
Tabitha has 22 years’ experience in the dental industry. She graduated from Newcastle University in 2008 with a Bachelor of Oral Health and has since worked in private practice and as dental educator at Sydney University.
Tabitha has a passion for community dentistry, preventative care and implant maintenance. She has volunteered clinically both within Australia and overseas and volunteers on a regular basis for the Dental Hygienists Association of Australia (DHAA). She is the current DHAA National Vice President, Northern Territory Director and Chair of Continuing Education nationally.
Implant maintenance is her passion and Tabitha has travelled extensively overseas to obtain more knowledge on the subject including the Malo Clinic in Portugal. She is currently undertaking her Implant Maintenance certification in Washington DC, USA.
Tabitha is currently working in private practice in the Northern Territory and has just started her Master’s in Public Health at Charles Darwin University. She also splits her time working as a Clinical Educator for EMS Oceania, helping to pass on her knowledge and passion to ‘keep implants for life’.
Contact for this event – [email protected]
DHAA Members – To obtain the discounted DHAA Ltd Membership price you are required to be a member of DHAA Ltd on the date of purchase.
Student Members – Student Members must be an eligible and current student member of DHAA Ltd at the time of purchasing the ticket. Student Membership expires June 30th following your graduation. Student Membership to the DHAA Ltd is free.
Dietary Requirements – We will attempt to accommodate all dietary requirements. Please send through any restrictions to [email protected] at least seven (7) days prior to the event.
Cancellation Policy – Ten (30) days notice must be given in writing to [email protected], if you cannot attend, to receive a refund. Reimbursements will not be made after this time. Failure to advise of cancellation may result in you being invoiced for the cost of catering. Registration can be transferred to another person of the same membership status.
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