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2020 Vision for Regeneration

Sydney, AUSTRALIA

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From: 8:00 AM Friday, 19 June, 2020

Registration opens at 9:00 AM ,15 June 2019

To: 5:00 PM Sunday, 21 June, 2020

This event includes information on the following topics:

The intended audience for this event includes:

The Osteology Foundation promotes research, education and collaboration between universities and industry in the field of oral and maxillofacial tissue regeneration. The objective is to make new techniques and products available to practitioners quicker and with greater goal orientation. True to its motto “2020 Vision for Regeneration”, the Osteology Foundation aims to bridge the gap between scientific progress and clinical practice, as well as between academic and industrial researchers in the field of oral tissue regeneration.

The International Osteology Symposium is a congress held every three years. The Symposium focusses on bone and soft-tissue regeneration and has gained a reputation for high level science, first class speakers and extensive practice- oriented training. The National Osteology Symposia are staged worldwide in various countries. With an attractive mix of scientific presentations and practical workshops, the National Osteology Symposia offer an excellent platform for high-level training, education and exchange between national and international experts.

 

8.40 - 9.00 • Welcome

Welcome

Welcome by Chair - Istvan Urban (HU) & Lisa Heitz-Mayfield (AU)

Introduction of Osteology Foundation - Istvan Urban (HU)

9.00 - 10.50 • Session 1

Bone Augmentation in Focus

9:00     Topic and Speaker TBC

9:30     Lateral Ridge Augmentation in Focus (The Sausage Technique) - Istvan Urban (HU)

10:00   Sinus Augmentation in Focus - Matteo Chiapasco (IT) 

10:30   Discussion 

 

10.50 - 11.30 • Morning Tea

11.30 - 13.15 • Session 2

Periodontal Regeneration

11:30    Biology of Periodontal & Bone Regeneration - Mark Bartold (AU)

12:00    Treatment Options for Intrabony and Furcation Defects - Axel Spahr (AU)

13:00    Discussion 

13.15 - 14.15 • Lunch

14.15 - 15.30 • Session 3

Soft Tissue Augmentation

14:15     Managing Soft Tissues After Tooth Extraction - Ronald Jung (CH)

14:45     Soft Tissue Reconstruction After Ridge Augmentation - Istvan Urban (HU)

15:15     Discussion

15.30 - 16.00 • Afternoon Tea

16.00 - 17.00 • Session 4

Emerging Technologies

16:00     Bone Augmentation Using Titanium Mesh - Matteo Chiapasco (IT)

16:30     Digital Approach for Regenerative Surgeries: Navigating Beyond the Map - Jung Chul-Park (KO)

17:00     Questions

17:15     Close Day 1

18.30 - 23.00 • Gala Dinner - Museum of Contemporary Art, Harbourside Room

Gala Dinner

An exclusive black-tie event, to be held at Museum of Contemporary Art, Harbourside Room

Time: 6:30pm pre-dinner drinks, 7:00pm start

Dress: Black Tie

Due to the nature of the dinner being a multi-course degustation style dinner, please advise us of any dietary requirements; specifically if you require gluten free/vegetarian options or cannot eat red meat, pork or seafood. 

Seats are strictly limited, A$250 per person.  If  you wish to purchase more than 2 seats, please contact us on 1800 776 326.

8.40 - 9.00 • Session 1

Welcome

  • Lecture

Welcome by Chair - Istvan Urban (HU) & Lisa Heitz-Mayfield (AU)

Introduction of Osteology Foundation - Istvan Urban (HU)

9.00 - 10.50 • Session 2

Bone Augmentation in Focus

  • Lecture

9:00     Topic and Speaker TBC

9:30     Lateral Ridge Augmentation in Focus (The Sausage Technique) - Istvan Urban (HU)

10:00   Sinus Augmentation in Focus - Matteo Chiapasco (IT) 

10:30   Discussion 

 

10.50 - 11.30 • Morning Tea

11.30 - 13.15 • Session 3

Periodontal Regeneration

  • Lecture

11:30    Biology of Periodontal & Bone Regeneration - Mark Bartold (AU)

12:00    Treatment Options for Intrabony and Furcation Defects - Axel Spahr (AU)

13:00    Discussion 

13.15 - 14.15 • Lunch

14.15 - 15.30 • Session 4

Soft Tissue Augmentation

  • Lecture

14:15     Managing Soft Tissues After Tooth Extraction - Ronald Jung (CH)

14:45     Soft Tissue Reconstruction After Ridge Augmentation - Istvan Urban (HU)

15:15     Discussion

15.30 - 16.00 • Afternoon Tea

16.00 - 17.00 • Session 5

Emerging Technologies

  • Lecture

16:00     Bone Augmentation Using Titanium Mesh - Matteo Chiapasco (IT)

16:30     Digital Approach for Regenerative Surgeries: Navigating Beyond the Map - Jung Chul-Park (KO)

17:00     Questions

17:15     Close Day 1

18.30 - 23.00 • Session 6 - Museum of Contemporary Art, Harbourside Room

Gala Dinner

  • Gala Dinner
  • ONLY 122 Places

An exclusive black-tie event, to be held at Museum of Contemporary Art, Harbourside Room

Time: 6:30pm pre-dinner drinks, 7:00pm start

Dress: Black Tie

Due to the nature of the dinner being a multi-course degustation style dinner, please advise us of any dietary requirements; specifically if you require gluten free/vegetarian options or cannot eat red meat, pork or seafood. 

Seats are strictly limited, A$250 per person.  If  you wish to purchase more than 2 seats, please contact us on 1800 776 326.

9.00 - 10.30 • Session 1

Case Session

Case Presentations - 15 mins each + Q&A

10.30 - 11.10 • Morning Tea

11.10 - 12.55 • Session 2

Hot topics

11:10        EFP/Osteology Workshop News - Ronald Jung (CH)

11:40        Peri-Implantitis: Reconstructive Management - Lisa Heitz-Mayfield (AU)

12:10        The Ideal Regenerative Material - Saso Ivanovski (AU)

12:40        Questions

12.55 - 14.00 • Lunch

14.00 - 15.30 • Session 3

Managing Complications

14:00         Topic and Speaker TBC

14:30         Management and Prevention of Sinus Complications - Matteo Chiapasco (IT)

15:00         CCC: Complex Conundrums in the Management of Cancer Patients- A Biological Insight - Janina Christophoru (AU)

15.30 - 16.00 • Afternoon Tea

16.00 - 17.00 • Session 4

Challenges in Decision Making

16:00        Osteology Case and Research Award - Istvan Urban (HU) & Lisa Heitz-Mayfield (AU)

16:15        Interactive Case Discussion - Moderators: Istvan Urban (HU) /Lisa Heitz-Mayfield (AU) & Panel: Saso Ivanovski (AU), Ronald Jung (CH),

                 Matteo Chiapasco (IT), David Grossberg (AU)

17:00        End of Congress - Closing by Chairs

17.00 - 17.05 • End of Congress

9.00 - 10.30 • Session 1

Case Session

  • Lecture

Case Presentations - 15 mins each + Q&A

10.30 - 11.10 • Morning Tea

11.10 - 12.55 • Session 2

Hot topics

  • Lecture

11:10        EFP/Osteology Workshop News - Ronald Jung (CH)

11:40        Peri-Implantitis: Reconstructive Management - Lisa Heitz-Mayfield (AU)

12:10        The Ideal Regenerative Material - Saso Ivanovski (AU)

12:40        Questions

12.55 - 14.00 • Lunch

14.00 - 15.30 • Session 3

Managing Complications

  • Lecture

14:00         Topic and Speaker TBC

14:30         Management and Prevention of Sinus Complications - Matteo Chiapasco (IT)

15:00         CCC: Complex Conundrums in the Management of Cancer Patients- A Biological Insight - Janina Christophoru (AU)

15.30 - 16.00 • Afternoon Tea

16.00 - 17.00 • Session 4

Challenges in Decision Making

  • Lecture

16:00        Osteology Case and Research Award - Istvan Urban (HU) & Lisa Heitz-Mayfield (AU)

16:15        Interactive Case Discussion - Moderators: Istvan Urban (HU) /Lisa Heitz-Mayfield (AU) & Panel: Saso Ivanovski (AU), Ronald Jung (CH),

                 Matteo Chiapasco (IT), David Grossberg (AU)

17:00        End of Congress - Closing by Chairs

17.00 - 17.05 • End of Congress

9.00 - 10.45 • Session 1

Research Session

Osteology Poster Presentation and Research Forum

10.45 - 11.10 • Morning Tea

9.00 - 10.45 • Session 1

Research Session

  • Seminar

Osteology Poster Presentation and Research Forum

10.45 - 11.10 • Morning Tea

9.00 - 10.30 • Session 1

Patient Care and Preparation - Part 1

Part 1 Moderator: Fritz Heitz (AU)

9:00   Set Up for Surgery & Surgical Draping  - Anna Sahafi (AU)

9:30    Maintenance Care Following Regenerative Surgery - Ellie Knight (NZ)

10:00  Post-Operative Wound Care Following Regeneration - Lydia Lim (AU)

10.30 - 11.10 • Morning Tea

11.10 - 12.55 • Session 2

Patient Care and Preparation - Part 2

 Part 2 Moderator: Lydia Lim (AU)

11.10   Infection Prevention & Control – Achieving Best Practice - Kylie Robb (AU)

11:40   Management of Dental Pain in the Post-Codeine Era - Geraldine Moses (AU)

12:10   Preparing a Patient for Cancer Treatment- A Personalised Approach - Janina Christoforou (AU)

12:40   Discussion + Q&A

12.55 - 14.00 • Lunch

13.00 - 15.30 • Session 3

Patient Care and Preparation - Part 3

Guided Biofilm Therapy - EMS

 

9.00 - 10.30 • Session 1

Patient Care and Preparation - Part 1

  • Lecture

Part 1 Moderator: Fritz Heitz (AU)

9:00   Set Up for Surgery & Surgical Draping  - Anna Sahafi (AU)

9:30    Maintenance Care Following Regenerative Surgery - Ellie Knight (NZ)

10:00  Post-Operative Wound Care Following Regeneration - Lydia Lim (AU)

10.30 - 11.10 • Morning Tea

11.10 - 12.55 • Session 2

Patient Care and Preparation - Part 2

  • Lecture

 Part 2 Moderator: Lydia Lim (AU)

11.10   Infection Prevention & Control – Achieving Best Practice - Kylie Robb (AU)

11:40   Management of Dental Pain in the Post-Codeine Era - Geraldine Moses (AU)

12:10   Preparing a Patient for Cancer Treatment- A Personalised Approach - Janina Christoforou (AU)

12:40   Discussion + Q&A

12.55 - 14.00 • Lunch

13.00 - 15.30 • Session 3

Patient Care and Preparation - Part 3

  • Hands-on Workshop
  • ONLY 39 Places

Guided Biofilm Therapy - EMS

 

9.00 - 15.00 • Workshop 1 - Pyrmont Theatre Meeting Room Level 2

  • Hands-on Workshop
  • SOLD OUT
  • 4.50 CPD Points
  • More Info

Lateral Bone Augmentation and Soft-Tissue Reconstruction

Includes morning tea and lunch

9.00 - 15.00 • Workshop 2 - Pyrmont Theatre Meeting Room Level 2

  • Hands-on Workshop
  • SOLD OUT
  • 4.50 CPD Points
  • More Info

Modern Hard and Soft-Tissue Management Before and During Implant Placement

Theoretical background:
•    Is guided bone regeneration a safe therapy and what is known about long-term results?
•    New innovative clinical approaches will be demonstrated to solve the problem of hard- and soft tissue volume stability
•    Are there reliable off-the-shelf solutions that will bring us to the next level of soft tissue regeneration

Hands-on parts – techniques presented:
•    New surgical techniques for simultaneous GBR and Implant placement using stabilized graft materials (L-shape technique)
•    Handling of the GBR materials
•    Stabilizing graft materials
•    Handling and management of the soft tissues

Model: pig jaw

9.00 - 15.00 • Workshop 3 - Pyrmont Theatre Meeting Room Level 2

  • Hands-on Workshop
  • SOLD OUT
  • 4.50 CPD Points
  • More Info

Vertical Augmentation of a Major Bony Defect Using a Customisable Ti-Mesh

Different reconstructive procedures are nowadays available to allow for implant placement in severely atrophic partially or totally edentulous ridges, such as GBR with particulate grafts with resorbable or non-resorbable membranes or autogenous bone block grafts. These procedures are both reliable, but sometimes time-consuming and very technically demanding in terms of adaptation and fixation of the grafts, both particulate or in blocks.

Recently, customized, CAD/CAM titanium meshes are available on the market with the aim of offering results similar to those obtained with the traditional reconstructive procedures, whilst also allowing for the relevant simplification of the surgical procedure.

The production of these Ti-Meshes is in fact performed on personalized 3-D models obtained by CBCTs of the atrophic area of each patient, allowing an extreme precision and simplification of the adaptation of the mesh to the defect to be reconstructed.

The aim of this workshop is to teach all participants how to perform all of the surgical steps of the reconstructive procedure of partially edentulous jaws with customized Ti-Meshes with the aid of both didactic (including detailed slides & procedural videos) and hands-on (using both animal (pig jaw) and synthetic models) sessions.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

1. How to optimize pre-operative planning of a clinical case in need of reconstruction of an atrophic edentulous ridge with a customized Ti-Mesh;
2. How to optimize incision lines of soft tissues to access the defect;
3. How to choose the grafting materials for guided bone regeneration (GBR) with Ti- meshes;
4. How to harvest bone chips with bone scrapers from intra-oral sites (mandibular ramus; hands-on exercises using an animal (pig jaw) model );
5. How to optimize the combination of autogenous bone chips with bovine bone mineral for GBR (hands-on exercises using a synthetic model simulating an edentulous area of the jaw);
6. How to adapt the preformed Ti-Mesh to the defect and how to stabilize it with titanium screws (hands-on exercises using a synthetic model simulating an edentulous area of the jaw);
7. How to optimize the use of collagen membranes over the Ti- Meshes prior to soft-tissue closure;
8. How to release mucoperiosteal flaps to obtain a water-tight and tension-free suture (hands-on exercises using an animal (pig jaw) model).

9.00 - 15.00 • Workshop 4 - Pyrmont Theatre Meeting Room Level 2

  • Hands-on Workshop
  • ONLY 9 Places
  • 4.50 CPD Points
  • More Info

Mechanosensitive Surgery in the Field of Periodontal & Peri-implant Management of the Oral Mucosa

New insights into structural anatomy of the oral mucosa and the biological processes support the hypothesis that control of flap tension is crucial for optimal wound healing. On the other side, there is evidence in the literature that clinicians cannot control flap tension without training of their psychomotor and visual-spatial skills, especially when tensions are low.

It is the goal of the present hands-on course to evaluate the variability of applied flap tensions of the individual trainee and to present bench models how to practice the control of flap tension. Additionally, based on clinical situations, we will show the participants how biomaterials can help to increase wound stability and influence the tensions applied on wound margins.

The course is focused on skills training in mucosal surgery and on selection of the biomaterials based on clinical models.

Hands-on training (contents)
- flap design and mobilisation
- training of visual-spatial skills
- control of flap tension in wound closure
- suturing – techniques and training of hand precision and bi-manual coordination
- introduction into periodontal keyhole surgery

9.00 - 15.00 • Workshop 1 - Pyrmont Theatre Meeting Room Level 2

  • Hands-on Workshop
  • ONLY 8 Places
  • 4.50 CPD Points
  • More Info

Lateral Bone Augmentation and Soft-Tissue Reconstruction - OBSERVER ONLY

Due to the popularity and early sell out of the Prof. Istvan Urban hands-on workshop, we are offering delegates the opportunity to sit and observe the workshop.

9.00 - 15.00 • Session 1 - Pyrmont Theatre Meeting Room Level 2

Lateral Bone Augmentation and Soft-Tissue Reconstruction

  • Hands-on Workshop
  • SOLD OUT
  • 4.50 CPD Points

Includes morning tea and lunch

9.00 - 15.00 • Session 2 - Pyrmont Theatre Meeting Room Level 2

Modern Hard and Soft-Tissue Management Before and During Implant Placement

  • Hands-on Workshop
  • SOLD OUT
  • 4.50 CPD Points

Theoretical background:
•    Is guided bone regeneration a safe therapy and what is known about long-term results?
•    New innovative clinical approaches will be demonstrated to solve the problem of hard- and soft tissue volume stability
•    Are there reliable off-the-shelf solutions that will bring us to the next level of soft tissue regeneration

Hands-on parts – techniques presented:
•    New surgical techniques for simultaneous GBR and Implant placement using stabilized graft materials (L-shape technique)
•    Handling of the GBR materials
•    Stabilizing graft materials
•    Handling and management of the soft tissues

Model: pig jaw

9.00 - 15.00 • Session 3 - Pyrmont Theatre Meeting Room Level 2

Vertical Augmentation of a Major Bony Defect Using a Customisable Ti-Mesh

  • Hands-on Workshop
  • SOLD OUT
  • 4.50 CPD Points

Different reconstructive procedures are nowadays available to allow for implant placement in severely atrophic partially or totally edentulous ridges, such as GBR with particulate grafts with resorbable or non-resorbable membranes or autogenous bone block grafts. These procedures are both reliable, but sometimes time-consuming and very technically demanding in terms of adaptation and fixation of the grafts, both particulate or in blocks.

Recently, customized, CAD/CAM titanium meshes are available on the market with the aim of offering results similar to those obtained with the traditional reconstructive procedures, whilst also allowing for the relevant simplification of the surgical procedure.

The production of these Ti-Meshes is in fact performed on personalized 3-D models obtained by CBCTs of the atrophic area of each patient, allowing an extreme precision and simplification of the adaptation of the mesh to the defect to be reconstructed.

The aim of this workshop is to teach all participants how to perform all of the surgical steps of the reconstructive procedure of partially edentulous jaws with customized Ti-Meshes with the aid of both didactic (including detailed slides & procedural videos) and hands-on (using both animal (pig jaw) and synthetic models) sessions.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

1. How to optimize pre-operative planning of a clinical case in need of reconstruction of an atrophic edentulous ridge with a customized Ti-Mesh;
2. How to optimize incision lines of soft tissues to access the defect;
3. How to choose the grafting materials for guided bone regeneration (GBR) with Ti- meshes;
4. How to harvest bone chips with bone scrapers from intra-oral sites (mandibular ramus; hands-on exercises using an animal (pig jaw) model );
5. How to optimize the combination of autogenous bone chips with bovine bone mineral for GBR (hands-on exercises using a synthetic model simulating an edentulous area of the jaw);
6. How to adapt the preformed Ti-Mesh to the defect and how to stabilize it with titanium screws (hands-on exercises using a synthetic model simulating an edentulous area of the jaw);
7. How to optimize the use of collagen membranes over the Ti- Meshes prior to soft-tissue closure;
8. How to release mucoperiosteal flaps to obtain a water-tight and tension-free suture (hands-on exercises using an animal (pig jaw) model).

9.00 - 15.00 • Session 4 - Pyrmont Theatre Meeting Room Level 2

Mechanosensitive Surgery in the Field of Periodontal & Peri-implant Management of the Oral Mucosa

  • Hands-on Workshop
  • ONLY 9 Places
  • 4.50 CPD Points

New insights into structural anatomy of the oral mucosa and the biological processes support the hypothesis that control of flap tension is crucial for optimal wound healing. On the other side, there is evidence in the literature that clinicians cannot control flap tension without training of their psychomotor and visual-spatial skills, especially when tensions are low.

It is the goal of the present hands-on course to evaluate the variability of applied flap tensions of the individual trainee and to present bench models how to practice the control of flap tension. Additionally, based on clinical situations, we will show the participants how biomaterials can help to increase wound stability and influence the tensions applied on wound margins.

The course is focused on skills training in mucosal surgery and on selection of the biomaterials based on clinical models.

Hands-on training (contents)
- flap design and mobilisation
- training of visual-spatial skills
- control of flap tension in wound closure
- suturing – techniques and training of hand precision and bi-manual coordination
- introduction into periodontal keyhole surgery

9.00 - 15.00 • Session 5 - Pyrmont Theatre Meeting Room Level 2

Lateral Bone Augmentation and Soft-Tissue Reconstruction - OBSERVER ONLY

  • Hands-on Workshop
  • ONLY 8 Places
  • 4.50 CPD Points

Due to the popularity and early sell out of the Prof. Istvan Urban hands-on workshop, we are offering delegates the opportunity to sit and observe the workshop.

More info

Prof Istvan Urban

DMD, MD, PhD

Dr Urban received his DMD degree and subsequently his MD degree from Semmelweis University School of Medicine and Dentistry (Budapest, Hungary) in 1991 and 1996.

He completed a full time pro...

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Prof Lisa J Heitz-Mayfield

BDS (Adel), MDSc (Lund), PhD (Lund), FICD

Professor Heitz–Mayfield an Adelaide graduate (1984), obtained a Masters Degree in Periodontology in 1996 and Doctor of Odontology in 1998 from Lund University, Sweden. Her Doctoral thesis was focus...

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Prof Matteo Chiapasco

Graduated in medicine and surgery and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Milan. is an associate professor of oral surgery (Dental Disciplines) at this University and Loma Linda University, ...

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Prof Saso Ivanovski

BDSc (Hons) (Qld), BDentSt, MDSc (Perio) (Qld), PhD, FICD

Saso Ivanovski graduated with BDSc (Honours) from the University of Queensland Dental School in 1993. He subsequently completed a BDentSt research degree in 1995, following which he was awarded a Nati...

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Prof Ronald E Jung

Prof. Dr. med. dent. PhD

1995 - Dental Degree (Dr. med. dent.) from the University of Zurich, Switzerland, Center for Dental and Oral Medicine

1995-1997 - Postgraduate Student at the Clinic for Oral Surgery,
De...

Cancellation Policy

Terms and Conditions Osteology Australasia Symposium 2020 

  1. REGISTRATION

The full registration fee includes access to Osteology research forum and scientific program, morning and afternoon coffee breaks and lunch on congress days.  Tickets for the optional gala dinner can be purchased separately as part of the registration process.

The student registration fee includes access to Osteology research forum and scientific program, morning and afternoon coffee breaks, lunch on both congress days. Student rate is applicable to full-time students only. A valid student card is mandatory in order to benefit from the reduced student rate. Please send a copy of your student card to osteology@geistlich.com.au.

Workshops can only be booked in combination with registration to the scientific program.

Registration will close on 18 June 2020. Afterwards, only on-site registration is available. A supplement of A$75 (incl. GST) will be payable. 

  1. TERMS OF PAYMENT

All prices include 10% GST. In case of modifications in GST established by the Australian Government, the congress organiser reserves the right to inform and adjust the GST accordingly.

The payment must be made by credit card. Visa, Mastercard and American Express are accepted.

A Tax Invoice and Receipt in electronic format will be sent to each participant upon receipt of the relevant payment. Printed Tax Invoices and Receipts will only be sent if specifically requested. 

  1. CANCELLATIONS/REFUNDS

Notification of cancellation must be sent to osteology@geistlich.com.au. The congress organiser will confirm receipt of the cancellation. Cancellations will be accepted up to 1 May 2020, with a refund of the registration fee paid minus a 25% administration charge. After that date, refunds of registration fees will only be made in exceptional circumstances and when requested in writing. Should the congress be cancelled by the conference organiser, any amount paid for by the participants will be refunded. This will be the sole and exclusive right and compensation of the participant in this respect. In a case of a Force Majeure obliging the organiser to cancel the event, and being impossible to postpone it, the congress manager and the Osteology Foundation shall not be liable of any amount, compensation, penalty and/or damages of any kind to the participant.

Participants who wish to make name changes of their registration will be charged a fee of A$50 (incl GST). Name changes have to be submitted to osteology@geistlich.com.au.  

  1. PROGRAMME CHANGES

The organiser cannot assume any liability for any changes to the programme and reserve the right to change the programme without notice at any time. 

  1. LIABILITY

In general, the congress organisers shall only be liable for the delegates and their companions in cases of gross negligence or wilful misconduct in the performance of their obligations under the congress event agreement. The congress organisers shall accept no responsibility or liability for events such as accident, theft or loss of property, etc. and the delegates and persons accompanying the same shall be responsible for their own insurance. 

  1. PHOTOGRAPHY/RECORDING

The Osteology Foundation, its contractors and any attending media representatives may photograph and record video during the congress. Attendees acknowledge these activities and agree to allow any photography or recorded material to be used by the Osteology Foundation and their partners in publications, on the Osteology Foundation website, and in marketing and promotional materials. Osteology Australasia Symposium 2020 attendees waive all claims against the Osteology Foundation for any liability resulting from these uses. Only officially contracted Osteology Australasian Symposium vendors and working journalists with Osteology Foundations approved press credentials will be permitted to photograph, record video and/or audio during sessions and/or the exhibit hall. Individuals who make a recording using personal video/audio equipment or other recording devices (i.e. cell phones, digital or film cameras or tape recorders) without prior permission from the Osteology Foundation or without proper credentials will be asked to stop recording or using these devices immediately.  

  1. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS/REQUESTS

Whilst the congress organiser attempts to satisfy all special requests, it cannot be guaranteed that all special requests can be accommodated.

Payment Options:
CONCLUDED

Osteology Scientific Program

THIS RATE APPLIES TO: Dentists, Dental Assistants/Nurses, Students

CONCLUDED
  • Full Program
  • AUD 1395.00
  • Including 10% GST
  • Early Bird Discount
  • Less AUD 200.00
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Workshop 3 - Prof Matteo Chiapasco

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Workshop 1 - Prof Istvan Urban

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Workshop 1 - Prof Istvan Urban: Observer Only

THIS RATE APPLIES TO: Dentists, Students

PLACES REMAINING: 8

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Workshop 2 - Prof Ronald Jung

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Workshop 4 - Prof Rino Burkhardt

THIS RATE APPLIES TO: Dentists, Students

PLACES REMAINING: 9

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Gala Dinner - Delegates

PLACES REMAINING: 122

CONCLUDED
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  • AUD 250.00
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Gala Dinner - Partners

PLACES REMAINING: 122

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  • AUD 250.00
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Student Registration

THIS RATE APPLIES TO: Students

CONCLUDED
  • Full Program
  • AUD 895.00
  • Including 10% GST
  • Early Bird Discount
  • Less AUD 200.00
  • Expired
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Workshop 1 - Prof Istvan Urban

CONCLUDED
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  • AUD 1190.00
  • Including 10% GST
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Workshop 3 - Prof Matteo Chiapasco

CONCLUDED
  • Full Program
  • AUD 1190.00
  • Including 10% GST
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CONCLUDED

Workshop 1 - Prof Istvan Urban: Observer Only

THIS RATE APPLIES TO: Dentists, Students

PLACES REMAINING: 8

CONCLUDED
  • Full Program
  • AUD 695.00
  • Including 10% GST
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CONCLUDED

Workshop 2 - Prof Ronald Jung

CONCLUDED
  • Full Program
  • AUD 1190.00
  • Including 10% GST
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CONCLUDED

Workshop 4 - Prof Rino Burkhardt

THIS RATE APPLIES TO: Dentists, Students

PLACES REMAINING: 9

CONCLUDED
  • Full Program
  • AUD 1190.00
  • Including 10% GST
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CONCLUDED

Gala Dinner - Delegates

PLACES REMAINING: 122

CONCLUDED
  • Full Program
  • AUD 250.00
  • Including 10% GST
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CONCLUDED

Gala Dinner - Partners

PLACES REMAINING: 122

CONCLUDED
  • Full Program
  • AUD 250.00
  • Including 10% GST
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CONCLUDED

Practice Team Program - Saturday Only

THIS RATE APPLIES TO: Dental Hygienists, Dental Therapists, Oral Health Therapists, Dental Assistants/Nurses, Students

CONCLUDED
  • Full Program
  • AUD 445.00
  • Including 10% GST
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CONCLUDED

Patient Care and Preparation - Part 3 Hands-on Workshop

PLACES REMAINING: 39

CONCLUDED
  • Full Program
  • AUD 0.00
  • Including 0% GST
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