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The Dental Practitioner

The Dental Practitioner

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The ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development presents a series of podcasts for dental professionals. Listen to some great interviews with healthcare professionals, industry experts and CPD course lecturers as they talk about the dental landscape in Australia and growing trends in dentistry and oral healthcare.

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Doctors' Health Advisory Service DHAS

Doctors' Health Advisory Service DHAS
The doctors’ health advisory service or DHAS is an independent and confidential service with an aim to assist practitioners to maintain their health and well-being. The DHAS offer advice to doctors, dentists and veterinarians and to medical, dental and vet students throughout New South Wales and the ACT. In this week’s podcast, the service’s medical director and psychiatrist, Professor Garry Walter and social worker, Sarah Foster as well as Sydney orthodontist and long-time advocate of the DHAS, Adjunct Associate Professor James Hawkins, explain the vital importance of health and well-being with ADA NSW’s Kate Miranda.

Dentists and dental students in NSW and the ACT can call the doctors’ health advisory service on 02 94376552. The phone is answered 24 hours a day by a dedicated answer service, callers may leave a message and return phone number, and calls will be returned by the DHAS medical director, social worker or associates. For further information visit the DHAS website at www.dhas.org.au.

  • Published: Mon, 29 Apr 2019
  • Duration: 14:00
  • Interviewer: Kate Miranda
  • Interviewee/Lecturer: Professor Garry Walter, Sarah Foster, Adj. Assoc. Professor James Hawkins
  • Related Course / Event / Links: The DHAS Website

Molar Hypomineralisation

Molar Hypomineralisation
In this week's podcast, Dr Colette Dailey from ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development discusses molar hypomineralisation with Professor Mike Hubbard, Founder and Director of The D3 Group for Developmental Dental Defects.

For more information and educational resources related to The D3 Group for Developmental Dental Defects, you can access their website on www.thed3group.org

  • Published: Wed, 13 Mar 2019
  • Duration: 23:30
  • Interviewer: Dr Colette Dailey
  • Interviewee/Lecturer: Professor Mike Hubbard
  • Related Course / Event / Links: The D3 Group Website

Oral Rehabilitation Symposium - Episode 4 - On Prosthodontics Interfaces, An Enduring Narrative

Oral Rehabilitation Symposium - Episode 4 - On Prosthodontics Interfaces, An Enduring Narrative
In this special edition of The Dental Practitioner podcast series, ADA NSW takes you to the University of Sydney’s Oral Rehabilitation Symposium, held in honour of Professor Iven Klineberg’s retirement from the School of Dentistry last year. In this fourth and final episode, we feature a lecture from Professor George Zarb titled ‘On prosthodontics interfaces: an enduring narrative'.

  • Published: Fri, 15 Feb 2019
  • Duration: 48:16
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  • Interviewee/Lecturer: Professor George Zarb
  • Related Course / Event / Links:

Oral Rehabilitation Symposium - Episode 3 - Adaptation and Maladaptation to Occlusal Changes: The Role of Cortical Reorganisation and Signal Amplification

Oral Rehabilitation Symposium - Episode 3 - Adaptation and Maladaptation to Occlusal Changes: The Role of Cortical Reorganisation and Signal Amplification
In this special edition of The Dental Practitioner podcast series, ADA NSW takes you to the University of Sydney’s Oral Rehabilitation Symposium, held in honour of Professor Iven Klineberg’s retirement from the School of Dentistry last year. In this third episode, we feature a lecture from Professor Sandro Palla titled ‘Adaptation and maladaptation to occlusal changes: the role of cortical reorganisation and signal amplification'.

  • Published: Sat, 9 Feb 2019
  • Duration: 56:12
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  • Interviewee/Lecturer: Professor Sandro Palla
  • Related Course / Event / Links:

Oral Rehabilitation Symposium - Episode 2 - Hypodontia, Its Management and the Role of Dental Implants

Oral Rehabilitation Symposium - Episode 2 - Hypodontia, Its Management and the Role of Dental Implants
In this special edition of The Dental Practitioner podcast series, ADA NSW takes you to the University of Sydney’s Oral Rehabilitation Symposium, held in honour of Professor Iven Klineberg’s retirement from the School of Dentistry last year. In this second episode, we feature a lecture from Professor John Hobkirk titled 'Hypodontia, its management and the role of dental implants'.

  • Published: Fri, 1 Feb 2019
  • Duration: 1:03:06
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  • Interviewee/Lecturer: Professor John Hobkirk
  • Related Course / Event / Links:

Oral Rehabilitation Symposium - Episode 1 - On Theories Behind Marginal Bone Loss Around Oral Implants

Oral Rehabilitation Symposium - Episode 1 - On Theories Behind Marginal Bone Loss Around Oral Implants
In this special edition of The Dental Practitioner podcast series, ADA NSW takes you to the University of Sydney’s Oral Rehabilitation Symposium, held in honour of Professor Iven Klineberg’s retirement from the School of Dentistry last year. In this first episode, we feature a welcome message by Professor Heiko Spallek, Acting Head of School & Dean, School of Dentistry followed by a lecture from Professor Tomas Albrektsson titled ‘On theories behind marginal bone loss around oral implants’.

  • Published: Thu, 24 Jan 2019
  • Duration: 55:00
  • Interviewer:
  • Interviewee/Lecturer: Professor Heiko Spallek and Professor Tomas Albrektsson
  • Related Course / Event / Links:

Hypnotherapy and Dentistry

Hypnotherapy and Dentistry
In this week's podcast, Dr Colette Dailey from ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development chats with Dr Leon W. Cowen, a clinical hypnotherapist about the use of hypnotherapy and it’s applications in dentistry.


Dr Mark's Hygenie

Dr Mark's Hygenie
In this week's podcast, Dr Colette Dailey from ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development chats with Dr Mark Wotherspoon, a dentist specialising in providing a portable dental service that treats elderly patients in their own bed or favourite chair. They discuss the growing need for dental care for older Australians and how the portable dental service is a model that dentists may consider to grow or extend their practice. Mark also talks about his new invention, the 'Dr Mark’s Hygenie’ - a product which is purpose-built to clean, store and protect all removable oral appliances.

If you would like to hear more from Mark about dental care for the aged, he will be presenting at the upcoming Geriatric Dentistry conference, held by ADA NSW and The Centre for Education and Research on Ageing, on the 1st and 2nd of November in Sydney. To find out more information or to register for the conference online visit the ADA NSW website.


Senior Smiles

Senior Smiles
In this week's podcast, Dr Sarah Raphael from ADA NSW Communications team chats with Associate Professor Janet Wallace, an oral health therapist and acting head of discipline for Oral Health at the University of Newcastle about the Senior Smiles program, a preventive model of oral health care for people living in Residential Aged Care Facilities.

For further information about the Senior Smiles program please email SeniorSmiles@newcastle.edu.au or phone Janet on 0405045499.

If you would like to hear more from Janet about dental care for the aged she will be presenting at the Geriatric Dentistry Conference on the 1st and 2nd of November 2018 in Sydney. To find out more information or to register for the conference online visit the ADA NSW website.


Gerodontology

Gerodontology
In this week's podcast, Dr Colette Dailey from ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development chats with Professor Clive Wright and Dr Peter Foltyn about the changing landscape of oral care for the elderly and the upcoming Geriatric Dentistry conference in Sydney in November 2018. The 2-day conference focuses on two themes; treatment planning for oral health in an ageing Australian population; and continuity of care – from independence to dependence.

ADA NSW and The Centre for Education and Research on Ageing are holding the Geriatric Dentistry conference on the first and second of November 2018 in Sydney. To find out more information or to register online visit the ADA NSW website.


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