Topics to be covered include:
- What is mobile and portable dentistry, why do we need to think outside the box
- What is minimal intervention dentistry and how it integrates into mobile setting
- Who can benefit from the mobile services and what can be achieved.
- Special needs patients
- Treatment planning in the mobile setting is this different to a fixed clinic approach?
- Clinical examples of care in the mobile setting in age care setting
- What is the future of the mobile dentistry
Describe the organisational and operational structure of a mobile dentistry service
- Outline the advantages and challenges of a mobile dentistry service in comparison to that of a fixed clinic
- List key strategies to ensure best practice patient care of a mobile dentistry service
- Summarise important steps to ensure sustainability and viability of a mobile dentistry service
About our speaker:
Dr Victoria Perchyonok
Dr Victoria Tamara Perchyonok is an Oral Health Therapist with Adult scope, who
graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2018 and completed the Adult Restorative Course for Oral Health Therapists.
Dr Victoria Tamara Perchyonok also completed an Undergraduate Certificate in Dementia Care from the University of Tasmania) as well as numerous short courses in Dental Management of Geriatric and Special Needs Patients as well as Advanced Paediatric Dentistry in order to provide the best care for our patients of all ages.
Dr Victoria Tamara Perchyonok has transitioned into the oral health profession after a successful scientific career both nationally and internationally and completing a PhD in Free Radical Chemistry in 2001 from the University of Melbourne.
Dr Victoria Tamara Perchyonok combines her passion for delivering evidence-based health care to children and adults. Victoria has been practicing in private practice since graduation and is a passionate advocate for bringing dental care to anyone in need.
In her spare time, Dr Victoria Tamara Perchyonok enjoys spending time with herfamily and her gorgeous miniature poodles Ariel and Shai.
NSW, ACT, VIC, TAS - 8pm
SA - 7.30 pm
QLD - 7:00pm
NT - 6.30 pm
WA - 5pm
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