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Synchronous Learning Sessions:

Session 1 (covering Learning Block 1) - Monday 15 July 2024

Session 2 (covering Learning Block 2 and 5) - Monday 22 July 2024

Session 3 (covering Learning Block 3 and 4) - Monday 29 July 2024

* All synchronous sessions are via zoom in the evenings from 7.00pm – 8.30pm (AEDT)

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To enrol in this program, please visit

https://study.unimelb.edu.au/find/short-courses/fixed-prosthodontics-in-clinical-practice/

 

 

Fixed Prosthodontics in Clinical Practice

 

Overview

A five module course that covers all the key aspects of current management and delivery of fixed prosthodontics!

Fixed Prosthodontics in Clinical Practice is a new and exciting online program focused on the application of current concepts to the delivery of successful and long-lasting fixed Prosthodontics. This course has been written by three practising Prosthodontists (A/Prof Jaafar Abduo, Dr Kenny Chong and Dr Hossam El-Haddad).

This interactive program utilises the very latest in teaching philosophies by applying the concepts of the radical flipped classroom to ensure that delegates are provided with core knowledge for the delivery of Fixed Prosthodontics. Importantly the course e-speakers will work with delegates through a series of synchronous sessions using case-based teaching to maximise learning and its application to successful clinical practice.

The course is designed to provide and reinforce current concepts in the delivery of Fixed Prosthodontics via a series of five asynchronous learning blocks. The course speakers will facilitate synchronous learning blocks that are designed to guide delegates through each of these concepts. The course speakers will use multiple clinical examples to highlight their learning objectives and to ensure that delegates are able to immediately and directly apply new learning to their clinical practice.

Designed For

  • All dentists, especially those looking for a comprehensive refresher.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand key aspects of treatment planning for the successful delivery of fixed prosthodontics.
  • Select the appropriate indirect restorative material for your patient.
  • Select appropriate and conservative preparation designs matched to indirect restorative materials.
  • Improve the accuracy of both, digital and analogue compression techniques.
  • Select the correct cement and cementation technique.

Contact Us

E: mobile-learning@unimelb.edu.au

T: +61 3 8344 5673

 

 

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Course Structure

  • Concepts in Fixed Prosthodontic Treatment Planning
  • Clinical Application of Modern Materials
  • Conservative Preparation Designs
  • Conventional and Digital Impressions
  • Matched Cements, Cementation and Post Operative Review

Assessment

  • This course has 5 end of tutorial assessments of around 10 questions. Students will need to complete and obtain a passing mark of 70% for each assessment in order to complete the course and obtain a certificate of completion.
  • This course also has synchronous* learning sessions for students to attend that will be crucial to strengthening their understanding of the content needed to pass the assessable components.

Delivery Mode

  • Course completion requires approximately 12.5 hours of eLearning. This course is delivered online and course materials can be accessed using a web browser.

Synchronous Learning Sessions:

  • Session 1 (covering Learning Block 1) - Monday 15 July 2024
  • Session 2 (covering Learning Block 2 and 5) - Monday 22 July 2024
  • Session 3 (covering Learning Block 3 and 4) - Monday 29 July 2024
  • * All synchronous sessions are via zoom in the evenings from 7.00pm – 8.30pm (AEDT)

 

To enrol in this program, please visit 

https://study.unimelb.edu.au/find/short-courses/fixed-prosthodontics-in-clinical-practice/

 

Associate Professor Roy Judge
BDS, LDS, RCS, MDSc, PhD

Roy is an Associate Professor at the Melbourne Dental School. His current roles at the school include Head of Prosthodontics, Director of International and Convener of the Specialist Program in Prosthodontics. He is also the research lead for the new dental implant being developed at the University of Melbourne.

Dr Hossam El-Haddad
BDS (Cairo), FRACDS, DClinDent (Melb), MRACDS (Pros)

Hossam works at Prosthodontics Plus – a private specialist practice in Moonee Ponds. He enjoys ongoing involvement within the academic field as a lecturer and clinical supervisor at the University of Melbourne’s dental school, where he is also the coordinator of the implant component for DDS students and the academic lead of CPD. In collaboration with Melbourne University and the International Team for Implantology (ITI), Hossam delivers CPD programs that educate general dental practitioners on Prosthodontic topics.

Associate Professor Jaafar Abduo
BDS (Otago), DClinDent (Otago), MRACDS (Pros), PhD (UWA)

Associate Professor Jaafar Abduo is a specialist prosthodontist and an academic member of the Melbourne Dental School. He is an Associate Professor in Prosthodontics, the Convener of the Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Dentistry (Implants), and the Convener of Removable Prosthodontics at the Melbourne Dental School. Jaafar maintains research activities with focus on digital dentistry, CAD/CAM, fixed and removable prosthodontics, implant prosthodontics, and dental occlusion. He is running and contributing to several clinical trials at the Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne and the Melbourne Dental Clinic.

Dr Kenny Chong
BDS (Otago), GradDipClinDent (Melb), DClinDent (Melb)

Dr Kenny Chong is a specialist prosthodontist in both the private, tertiary and public sectors. Kenny is the convener of the DDS Fixed Prosthodontics program at Melbourne Dental School where he is involved in the lead role of educating and training the next generation of dental graduates. He is also involved in the management and delivery of the graduate dental continuing professional development program with the Melbourne dental school.