ACT - End of Year Get-Together

Join us for a half day event in Canberra to enjoy a range of educational CPD topics and socalising!

 

 

 

 

 

Featuring speakers:

  • Dr Chelsea Mann
    • Impacted Teeth, Where Are They, How to Avoid Them & What to Do About Them!

  • Dr Julian Oronos 
    • TMJ & Pain Management

  • Dr Elizabeth Milford
    • The Australian Oral Health Score Card

  • Isabel Reeves
    • The Rise of Diabetes and Oral Health

 

CPD Hours: 4 hours Scientific/Non-Scientific


Our Event Sponsors:

            

Our event hand hygiene products and masks are kindly sponsored by Erskine Oral Care.

 

 


Lecture Synopsis:


The Australian Oral Health Score Card - Dr Elizabeth Milford
Day by day in our clinic we witness the oral health challenges and successes of our patients. When we look at the trends across the nation, the numbers might surprise you. Participants will learn the latest data on oral health of Australians, gain an insight into trends in oral health in Australia, explore ways to help patients manage their oral health. We know that many oral diseases are preventable, but how are we really going? This lecture looks at the oral health data for Australia, and what we can do to improve it.

TMJ & Pain Management - Dr Julian Oronos
This lecture consists of common signs and symptoms of temporomandibular disorders (TMD), how to manage patients with TMD in a hygiene appointment, points of discussion and referral pathways.

Impacted Teeth, Where Are They, How to Avoid Them & What to Do About Them! - Dr Chelsea Mann
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mpacted teeth can cause considerable issues for mastication as well as aesthetic issues for children and young adults. It remains one of the most common yet less understood aspects in the developing dentition. Steps to reveal hidden impactions and to prevent the development of unnecessary impactions will be discussed. Innovative approaches to avoid and resolve impactions will be followed through clinical scenarios and cases studies.

Diabetes Education & Referral Pathways - Isabel Reeves
This lecture explores what is a diabetes educator, what is a credentialed diabetes educator, what can a diabetes educator do and when you would refer to a DE, how to refer as well as signs and symptoms of diabetes relating to gum health


About Our Speakers:

 

Dr Elizabeth Milford
Dr Elizabeth Milford is a national speaker and mentor. She is committed to helping dental clinicians translate the latest oral health and prevention research into clinical practice. Dr Milford lectures with the University of Melbourne, is a volunteer at the Royal Flying Doctors Queensland, and is the Professional and Scientific Relations Consultant for Oral-B ANZ.

Dr Chelsea Mann
BDS, BScDent(Hons) DClinDent(Ortho) MRACDS(Ortho)
Chelsea is a specialist orthodontist involved with multidisciplinary treatment care. She was conferred her undergraduate dentistry and first class honours degrees at the University of Adelaide, being awarded the prestigious University Medal. After practicing general dentistry, she completed her specialist orthodontic training at the University of Sydney. She has been involved with dental education at both undergraduate and post-graduate levels, including a period teaching orthodontics to registered dentists at the Sydney Dental Hospital. Her publications are featured in peer-reviewed international journals including the Journal of Dentistry, Journal of Dental Research, Progress in Orthodontics and American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics as well as featured on Australian news, CNN in USA and Bite magazine.

Dr Julian Oronos
Julian grew up and studied in Cairns, graduating from James Cook University in 2018. He moved to Canberra in 2020 to escape the humidity and has been working as a TMJ Dental Clinician at TMJ Clinics (Deakin) since moving to Canberra, trained by A/Prof Dylan Hyam and Dr Samuel Kim (OMFS). He also works at Preventive Dentistry (Braddon) as a general dentist. 

Isabel Reeves
 
Isabel is a registered nurse and Credentialed Diabetes Educator. Isabel works privately in Canberra where is is the sole proprietor and educator at InRange Diabetes, specialising in type 1 diabetes and supporting these individuals and their families to manage their condition well. Isabel also works at Queanbeyan hospital where she can see NSW residents and support them with their diabetes. At Queanbeyan, Isabel sees all clients with diabetes. Isabel's aim is to support her clients from a holistic perspective and give them the tools they need or the support they need to live life to the fullest with their diabetes along for the ride. 


Registration Prices

    Regular Pricing 
 DHAA members -   $120 
 DHAA Student members -   $65 
 ADOHTA members -    $150
 Non members -    $180
 

 

When
26/11/2022 8:30 AM - 2:30 PM
AUS Eastern Daylight Time
Where
The East Hotel 69 Canberra Avenue Kingston, ACT 2604 AUSTRALIA
Online registration not available.
 

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