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MasterPrep VIP 2019


NEW RELEASED SEATS 12th and 13th JULY 2019 (5 Seats Left!)

Enrol for JULY 2019

29th and 30th NOVEMBER 2019 (1 SEAT LEFT)

Enrol for NOV 2019

enrol before 30th June & 10th October respectively for Free Accommodation

Friday 8th & 9th MARCH 2019- SOLD OUT

Friday 19th & Saturday 20th JULY 2019- 1 SEAT LEFT

Enrol quickly as this course fully books quickly

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MasterPrep VIP 2019


NEW RELEASED SEATS 12th and 13th JULY 2019 (5 Seats Left!)

Enrol for JULY 2019

29th and 30th NOVEMBER 2019 (1 SEAT LEFT)

Enrol for NOV 2019

enrol before 30th June & 10th October respectively for Free Accommodation

Friday 8th & 9th MARCH 2019- SOLD OUT

Friday 19th & Saturday 20th JULY 2019- 1 SEAT LEFT

Enrol quickly as this course fully books quickly

 

MasterPrep VIP is a unique two-day course focusing on practical skill development for tooth preparations in fixed prosthodontics.  This unique course will give the participant an opportunity to practice and learn clinically relevant points of tooth preparation.  MasterPrep caters for the use of a variety of dental products such as burs, handpieces, ultrasonics and dental materials in a non-biased environment. Emphasis will be placed on tools and techniques to prepare a tooth and effectively apply this to practice.  Clinical examples will be used to explain the techniques so that the skills can be applied as soon as you return to the clinic.

VIP because this version of MasterPrep is limited to small groups and combining good food with good dentistry. Dinner on Friday night will be included at 2-hat restaurant BIOTA.  If you book before the prescribed cut-off date accomodation will be included.  Be prepared for some fun. The course is informal and interactive. You will be able to challenge yourself and the other participants with games, prizes and friendly competition. Who will walk away with the trophy and title of ‘Winner of MasterPrep VIP’?

 FOR FULL DETAILS OF THE VIP COURSE CLICK HERE

PDF brochure  CLICK HERE

COURSE DATES & VENUES

FRIDAY 8th & SATURDAY, 9th march 2019 (SOLD OUT!)

FRIDAY 19TH & SATURDAY 20TH JULY 2019 (1 seat left!)

FRIDAY 12TH & SATURDAY 13TH JULY 2019 (NEW RELEASED DATES)

FRIDAY 29TH & SATURDAY 30TH NOVEMBER 2019 (1 seats left)

Enrol before 30th June & 10th October 2019 for FREE Accommodation

book early as "masterprep" reaches full capacity very quickly

Shop 1/184 Bong Bong St BOWRAL NSW

FRIDAY 8am registration for 8:30am start, concludes at 6:30pm

SATURDAY 9:30 am start, concludes at 5 pm

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Course 1 Socket Grafting & Atraumatic Exo Strategies


Friday 10th May 2019

Nobel Biocare Training Centre, SYDNEY

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Course 1 Socket Grafting & Atraumatic Exo Strategies


Friday 10th May 2019

Nobel Biocare Training Centre, SYDNEY

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Socket Grafting and Atraumatic Extraction Strategies

Your best friend presents to the practice on a Friday afternoon in pain and with a fractured central incisor.  It’s been a compromised root canal treated tooth for a long time and you both know there’s no option but to extract the tooth.  What do you do?  If you leave it, the weekend is going to be horrific.  You want the best possible outcome for her and your actions now will dictate her future aesthetic and implant outcomes.

Sound like a familiar story?  If it wasn’t your best friend it was still a patient who you want to treat as family. This course will give you a step-by-step protocol to take home to give the best possible care when extracting teeth and grafting the socket to aid with regeneration.

You’ll leave the course able to take action confidently immediately and also give the patient the best outcome with socket grafting technqiues. 

Learn the technique that A/Prof. Max Guazzato has particularly around immediate socket regeneration techniques that has given realistic and predictable results in private practice.  The course is non-biased, doesn’t favour one company over another, evidence-based and will discuss all products.

Didactic component:  

·       An consistent, reproducible and ergonomic extraction protocol and why this technique?

·       Extracting in the aesthetic zone, posterior teeth with divergent roots, adjacent to vital structures, around pathology

·       How to avoid loss of alveolar bone volume, improve emergence profile and avoid future compromise on aesthetics and function.

·       Classifications, case selection & grafting options and treatment planning

·       Risk analysis and complications to avoid

·       Socket Grafting options & techniques- bone grafting materials - autologous, xenograft, alloplastic & allograft materials

·       Use of Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF)

·       Membranes & how to handle membranes

·       Flap design, suture types and suturing techniques

·       Equipment you need (and don’t) - Use of handpieces, osseosets, piezotome surgery and instruments for teeth extraction

·       Clinical cases, Outcomes and how to achieve them

 

 Hands-on component:  

·       Using pig’s jaws with long thin divergent roots we will relate it back to the clinical cases and simluate

o   Practice atraumatic extraction techniques

o    Practice immediate socket grafting techniques

·       Favourable flap designs

·       Suturing, manipulation of collagen membranes & use of tacs

·       Application of PRF and blood taking techniques

PDF BROCHURE Click here

COURSE DATE & VENUES

friday 10th may 2019

SYDNEY, NSW

Nobel Biocare Training Centre

Level 4/7 Eden Park Drive
MACQUARIE PARK NSW

8am registration for 8:30am start, concludes at 5pm

$1400 including GST

Disounts apply if you COMBINE this course with

DAY 2 Bone Grafting Strategies- Ridge Augmentation and Sinus Lifts

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Course 2 Bone Graft Strategies- Ridge and Sinus Augmentation


Saturday 11th May 2019

Nobel Biocare Training Centre, SYDNEY

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Course 2 Bone Graft Strategies- Ridge and Sinus Augmentation


Saturday 11th May 2019

Nobel Biocare Training Centre, SYDNEY

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Advanced Dental Bone Grafting with A/Prof. Max Guazzato

There’s a patient who is literally begging for dental implant therapy.  She can’t present well in public with flappy dentures and is not a candidate for a bridge.  A CBCT scan is taken and it’s obvious that her sinuses dip low into the space where the implants should go and in other places her alveolar ridge is thin.  You want to know what can be done and if you have the skills and equipment to help her regain her confidence.  What are the treatment planning options and is she a good candidate for sinus lifting or block bone grafting? What alternatives do you have?  You want to build your reputation and have all her friends see you at the practice after you’ve finished helping her.

 

Block bone grafting & sinus lifting are the most common treatment options used in situations of severe loss of alveolar bone for dental implant treatment. This course will give you hands-on, in depth knowledge of these treatment options and risk analysis. It will give you a thorough platform for skill development. Block bone grafting and sinus lifting are complex regenerative procedures for very experienced clinicians and specialists.  Obvious….but good to mention anyway- please be aware that complex procedures should always be performed on patients after numerous pre-clinical simulations and then under strict supervision & mentorship of an experienced clinician.

 

Didactic component:

• Anatomy of the maxillary sinus for the purpose of lateral & transcrestal sinus grafts

• Anatomy of the chin & ramus for bone block harvesting purposes

• Diagnosis of pathology in the sinus and when to refer to ENT physician

• CBCT scan analysis, risk assessment, treatment planning and treatment sequence

• Donor sites- ramus, chin, bone substitutes

• Use of Piezo surgery and specific instrumentation for complex grafting procedures

• Flap designs & layered suturing techniques

• Patient post-operative care

• Patient cases with history, assessment, treatment options, step-by-step treatment

 

Hands-on Component:

• Participants will prepare the harvest site

• Prepare the donor site to fit the harvested bone

• Participants will simulate a lateral sinus lift procedure

• Use piezo surgery, fixation screws, collagen membranes, membrane tacs, chisels, mallets

• Use of particulate bone around the site

• Complex flap designs, relieving incisions for tension free closure and suturing techniques

PDF BROCHURE Click here

COURSE DATE & VENUES

saturday 18th may 2019

SYDNEY, NSW

Nobel Biocare Training Centre

Level 4/7 Eden Park Drive
MACQUARIE PARK NSW

8am registration for 8:30am start, concludes at 5pm

$1400 including GST

8.5 CPD Hours

Disounts apply if you COMBINE this course with

DAY 1 Socket Grafting and Atraumatic Exo strategies

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Inlays/Onlays the predictable way


Halloween Meets Excellence in CAD CAM Restorations

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SYDNEY

Sat 27th OCT 2018

Inlays/Onlays the predictable way


Halloween Meets Excellence in CAD CAM Restorations

ENROL NOW

SYDNEY

Sat 27th OCT 2018

Join us for a fun-filled day of chair-side CAD/CAM ceramics.  Being the Halloween weekend we've decided to add a little bit of extra decoration, magic, and food just for fun. You can even opt to dress-up for a chance to win prizes!

It doesn’t matter if you own a chair-side CAD/CAM unit or if you send your ceramic work to your technician, this hands-on course will give you a good helping of ceramic restoration knowledge.  Expert knowledge will be shared about ceramics in general. More importantly, this workshop will give you tips and tricks to make your ceramic restorations last.   If you have been filled with dismay on looking at your appointment book to see a couple of ceramic onlays booked in, or if you’d like to perform ceramic restorations predictably, this is the course to do. The lectures and workshop will answer those questions that come up when you are in the ‘hot seat’. Is the tooth preparation adequate and will the restoration fit? More importantly, does the ceramic restoration look good and will it last the distance? When it’s time to choose a material for a clinical situation do you know when and why to choose a certain product? What about the paradigm shift in resistance and retention form? And how do you predictably bond ceramic restorations to the tooth?   Understanding the intricacies of ceramics is the key to longevity, minimising failures and remakes and hence increasing your profits. The objective of the course is to focus on the key factors that will lead to a quality and long lasting ceramic restoration for your practice and your patients.

We have our costumes ready however dressing-up for the course is not compulsory so please do NOT feel obliged.  We'll have lots of fun regardless!

8 CPD POINTS

 

  • Case Selection, Treatment Planning & Workflow
  • Clinical outcome studies
  • Material Selection & Mechanical properties for inlay, onlay, veneers & single crowns
  • The influence of composition and microstructure on glass ceramics
  • Optical properties & Shade Selection
  • Preparation design & Principles - Cloning or library
  • Scanning tips
  • Handling of glass ceramics for durability & longevity
  • Milling & handling of ceramics with polishing, staining and minimal layering
  • Bonding of the ceramic and tooth interface
  • Finishing and polishing of ceramic restorations
  • Simplified ceramic staining and glazing techniques
  • Bonding & luting techniques

Hands-on component:

  • Handling, Finishing and polishing of restorations- ceramic and hybrid ceramic materials
  • Simplified ceramic staining and glazing techniques
  • Staining and glazing of hybrid ceramic materials
  • Bonding & luting techniques

 

To view or print PDF flyer Click here

COURSE DATE & VENUES

saturday 27th October 2018 in SYDNEY

Venue: Building 3, Level 6, 189 O’Riordan St Mascot SYDNEY NSW

8am registration for 8:30am start, concludes at 5:30pm

Book early to avoid disappointment.  

This course has fully limited capacity to maintain a good demonstrator to participant ratio& fully books every year

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Chairside CAD-CAM Restorations


Saturday 21st JULY 2018

BRISBANE

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Chairside CAD-CAM Restorations


Saturday 21st JULY 2018

BRISBANE

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It doesn’t matter if you own a chair-side CAD/CAM unit or if you send your ceramic restorations to your technician, this course will give you a good helping of ceramic restoration knowledge.  More importantly, this full-day workshop will give you tips and tricks to make your ceramic restorations last.
 

If you have been filled with dismay on looking at your appointment book to see a couple of ceramic onlays booked in, or if you’d like to perform ceramic restorations predictably, this is the course to do. The lectures and workshop will answer those questions that come up when you are in the ‘hot seat’. Is the tooth preparation adequate and will the restoration fit? More importantly, does the ceramic restoration look good and will it last the distance? When it’s time to choose a material for a clinical situation do you know when and why to choose Zirconia, e-max or Empress etc? What about the paradigm shift in resistance and retention form? And how do you predictably bond ceramic restorations to the tooth?
 

Understanding the intricacies of ceramics is the key to longevity, minimising failures and remakes and hence increasing your profits. The objective of the course is to focus on the key factors that will lead to a quality and long lasting ceramic restoration for your practice and your patients.

8 CPD POINTS

 

  • Case Selection, Treatment Planning & Workflow
  • Clinical outcome studies
  • Material Selection & Mechanical properties for inlay, onlay, veneers & single crowns
  • The influence of composition and microstructure on glass ceramics
  • Optical properties & Shade Selection
  • Preparation design & Principles - Cloning or library
  • Scanning tips
  • Handling of glass ceramics for durability & longevity
  • Milling & handling of ceramics with polishing, staining and minimal layering
  • Bonding of the ceramic and tooth interface
  • Finishing and polishing of ceramic restorations
  • Simplified ceramic staining and glazing techniques
  • Bonding & luting techniques

 

PDF BROCHURE  CLICK HERE

COURSE DATE & VENUES

saturday 21st july 2018

 HSH Showroom

Ground Floor, 8 Gardner Close

MILTON QLD 4064

8:00am Registration for 8:30am Start to 5:30pm Finish

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MasterPrep 2017


Saturday 2nd December 2017 and Sunday 3rd December 2017

NOW FULLY BOOKED! 

But, might open another day up so please send us a message to go on the waitlist if we do!

MasterPrep 2017


Saturday 2nd December 2017 and Sunday 3rd December 2017

NOW FULLY BOOKED! 

But, might open another day up so please send us a message to go on the waitlist if we do!

 

MasterPrep is a two-day course focusing on practical skill development for tooth preparations in fixed prosthodontics.  This unique course will give the participant an opportunity to practice and learn clinically relevant points of tooth preparation.  MasterPrep caters for the use of a variety of dental products such as burs, handpieces, ultrasonics and dental materials in a non-biased environment. Emphasis will be placed on tools and techniques to prepare a tooth and effectively apply this to practice.  Clinical examples will be used to explain the techniques so that the skills can be applied as soon as you return to the clinic.

Be prepared for some fun. The course is informal and interactive. You will be able to challenge yourself and the other participants with games, prizes and friendly competition. Who will walk away with the trophy and title of ‘Winner of MasterPrep’?

 FOR FULL DETAILS OF THE COURSE CLICK HERE

PDF brochure  CLICK HERE

COURSE DATES & VENUES

saturday, 2nd December 2017 & Sunday, 3rd december 2017

book early as "masterprep" has booked out 3 years in a row

ADA Centre for Professional Development
1 Atchison St, St Leonards NSW
AUSTRALIA

8am registration for 8:30am start, concludes at 5pm

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MasterPrep 2017 is FULLY BOOKED.  If we open up another day it will be Saturday 2nd December and Sunday 10th December 2017.  Please fill in the form if you're interested!

 

Cancellations


Cancellations


CANCELLATION POLICY

SHOULD A PARTICIPANT WISH TO CANCEL- LECTURE/HANDS-ON COURSE

Cancellations up to 3 months prior to the course- 75% of course fees will be refunded.
Cancellation up to 2 months prior to the course- 50% of course fees will be refunded.
Cancellation up to 1 month prior to the course- 25% of course fees will be refunded.
Cancellations up to 21 days prior to the course- 10% of course fees will be refunded.

If cancellation occurs less than 21 days prior to the course, there shall be no refund of the amount paid.

SHOULD HIGHLANDS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CANCEL - LECTURE

Should Highlands Professional Development cancel the course due to an unforeseen emergency (e.g. severe illness or security problems), participants will be offered a 100% refund or an alternative future course date. Refunds will be made via the same payment method used to make the initial transaction.

SHOULD HIGHLANDS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CANCEL - HANDS-ON COURSE

Hands on courses will proceed on condition that a minimum of 15 participants register for each course. If the minimum number is not met 30 days prior to the set date, Highlands Professional Development shall inform the participant of the cancellation/postponement of the course by email. Participants will be offered a 100% refund or an alternative future course date provided there is interest on the part of the enrolee and a vacancy. Refunds will be made via the same payment method used to make the initial transaction.

Highlands Professional Development is not responsible for refunding course fees, airfare fees or hotel reservations or private expenses. For overseas travellers, it is strongly recommended that applications for visas be submitted to the relevant authorities in due time for processing and it is the participants sole responsibility to manage deadlines for visa applications and document requirements.