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17th Annual Conference

Auckland, NEW ZEALAND

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From: 9:00 AM Saturday, 7 March, 2020

Registration opens at 8:30 AM

To: 5:00 PM Saturday, 7 March, 2020

TOTAL CPD AVAILABLE FOR THIS EVENT: 6 HOURS

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The New Zealand Institute of Minimally Invasive Dentistry's 17th Annual Conference features Dr Jason Smithson from the UK presenting on both complex direct resin restorations in the anterior dentition; and indirect restorations, from concept to completion.

 

The New Zealand Institute of Minimally Invasive Dentistry's mission is to lead the nation in promoting the science, technologies and philosophy surrounding minimal intervention dentistry, within a collegial and supportive environment, to the dental professionals of New Zealand.

 

Please join us.

9.00 - 12.00 • Session 1

Direct Resin in the Anterior Dentition: The ABCDE of the complex case

Conventionally, discoloured teeth and advanced wear cases are treated with indirect restorations: crowns and veneers. This approach is well based in the literature and over time, has proven highly successful, however, in some cases it may prove expensive in terms of overall cost, treatment times and most critically loss of tooth structure.

This Master class is designed to allow the experienced practitioner to confidently approach more challenging anterior cases with direct resin in combination with simple orthodontic therapy, occlusal rehabilitation and bleaching where indicated.

  • Align
  • Bleach
  • Composite Resin
  • Dahl-Type Approach
  • Equilibration

What You Will Learn:

  • A simple approach to the direct resin veneer: create masterpieces easily and predictably.
  • Masking discoloured teeth with direct resin.
  • How to handle the peg lateral and microdont teeth.
  • Functional smile design.
  • How to handle complex cases such as discoloured and misaligned teeth with direct resin in conjunction with simple short-term orthodontics and home whitening.
  • A predictable approach to reconstruct worn broken down teeth creating functional occlusions with direct resin.
  • To include increasing the vertical dimension and re-establishing anterior guidance.

And much, much more...

12.00 - 13.00 • Lunch

13.00 - 17.00 • Session 2

Indirect Restorations, from Concept to Completion, A Restorative Odyssey

A comprehensive approach for the restoration of anterior and posterior teeth with all ceramic onlays and crowns with Vertical Margins. The emphasis is on adhesive, minimally invasive tooth coloured restorations: from treatment planning, through preparation, impression taking, provisionalisation and final cementation/finishing.

What You Will Learn:

  • Biologically sound principles in relation to tooth reduction, margin design and finishing.
  • Which margin, when and why? Vertical Margin Design.
  • Immediate Dentine Sealing and Gingival Margin Elevation for optimal adhesion.
  • The Pillars of Adhesive Preparation Design: make your in vivo preps approach in vitro bond strengths.
  • The Concept of Ferrule (Vertical and Horizontal).
  • Tissue Management for long- term periodontal health.
  • Which cement and why…simple usable day-to-day protocols.
  • Cementation and Finishing Procedures for invisible margins.
  • Provisionals for minimal preparation ceramic.

9.00 - 12.00 • Session 1

Direct Resin in the Anterior Dentition: The ABCDE of the complex case

  • Lecture

Conventionally, discoloured teeth and advanced wear cases are treated with indirect restorations: crowns and veneers. This approach is well based in the literature and over time, has proven highly successful, however, in some cases it may prove expensive in terms of overall cost, treatment times and most critically loss of tooth structure.

This Master class is designed to allow the experienced practitioner to confidently approach more challenging anterior cases with direct resin in combination with simple orthodontic therapy, occlusal rehabilitation and bleaching where indicated.

  • Align
  • Bleach
  • Composite Resin
  • Dahl-Type Approach
  • Equilibration

What You Will Learn:

  • A simple approach to the direct resin veneer: create masterpieces easily and predictably.
  • Masking discoloured teeth with direct resin.
  • How to handle the peg lateral and microdont teeth.
  • Functional smile design.
  • How to handle complex cases such as discoloured and misaligned teeth with direct resin in conjunction with simple short-term orthodontics and home whitening.
  • A predictable approach to reconstruct worn broken down teeth creating functional occlusions with direct resin.
  • To include increasing the vertical dimension and re-establishing anterior guidance.

And much, much more...

12.00 - 13.00 • Lunch

13.00 - 17.00 • Session 2

Indirect Restorations, from Concept to Completion, A Restorative Odyssey

  • Lecture

A comprehensive approach for the restoration of anterior and posterior teeth with all ceramic onlays and crowns with Vertical Margins. The emphasis is on adhesive, minimally invasive tooth coloured restorations: from treatment planning, through preparation, impression taking, provisionalisation and final cementation/finishing.

What You Will Learn:

  • Biologically sound principles in relation to tooth reduction, margin design and finishing.
  • Which margin, when and why? Vertical Margin Design.
  • Immediate Dentine Sealing and Gingival Margin Elevation for optimal adhesion.
  • The Pillars of Adhesive Preparation Design: make your in vivo preps approach in vitro bond strengths.
  • The Concept of Ferrule (Vertical and Horizontal).
  • Tissue Management for long- term periodontal health.
  • Which cement and why…simple usable day-to-day protocols.
  • Cementation and Finishing Procedures for invisible margins.
  • Provisionals for minimal preparation ceramic.

9.00 - 17.00 • FULL DAY HANDS-ON WORKSHOP - Ivoclar Vivadent, 12 Omega Street, Rosedale

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

Biomimetic Minimally Invasive Restorative Dentistry in Everyday Practice - Sunday

In recent years it has become well accepted that direct composite resin restorations are predictable in small to medium sized cavities; similarly, the durability of full coverage crowns is well known. However the grey area is when a cavity falls somewhere between the two:

  • What do we do when a direct restoration would seem wildly optimistic, yet a crown overly destructive?
  • Similarly, how do we approach anterior teeth that have large fractures without removing more and more enamel?

These and many other similar questions go through the mind of the busy general practitioner many times every day. This comprehensive, evidence-based class offers clear, easily understandable protocols to simplify the decision making process and compliments this with end-to-end workflows to rapidly restore posterior teeth with indirect ceramic onlays and anterior teeth with direct composite resin.

Concepts:

  • How to prepare ultra-conservative ceramic onlays in teeth, which are too heavily broken down for direct resin whilst avoiding aggressive full veneer crown preparations: step-by-step protocols for simple, rapid preparation from compromised tooth to ideal prep within 10 minutes.
  • How to deal with margins, which are deep within the gingival sulcus: GME (Gingival Margin Elevation) for hard tissue conservation, simplified impression taking and easy cementation.
  • How to optimise bond strengths in conservative non-retentive onlay preparations with IDS (Immediate Dentine Sealing).
  • How to restore a large MID fracture on an anterior tooth with direct-resin, yet achieve aesthetics to rival porcelain.
  • How to create believable incisal edge effects such as opacities, incisal edge halos and crack lines.
  • How to rapidly polish to recreate natural enamel surfaces.

What You will Learn:

Morning:

Restore an upper incisor tooth class 4 with direct resin, create life-like incisal edge effects and finish with a rapid efficient polishing protocol.

Afternoon:

Prepare an upper first molar for an MOD Ceramic Onlay with IDS, GME and fabrication of a provisional restoration.

The class is intended to be informal with questions taken "on the hoof" throughout the day. Dr Smithson demonstrates each case in its entirety via overhead projection: the participants then have the opportunity to ask questions before completing the exercise themselves with close support from Jason.

9.00 - 17.00 • Session 1 - Ivoclar Vivadent, 12 Omega Street, Rosedale

Biomimetic Minimally Invasive Restorative Dentistry in Everyday Practice - Sunday

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

In recent years it has become well accepted that direct composite resin restorations are predictable in small to medium sized cavities; similarly, the durability of full coverage crowns is well known. However the grey area is when a cavity falls somewhere between the two:

  • What do we do when a direct restoration would seem wildly optimistic, yet a crown overly destructive?
  • Similarly, how do we approach anterior teeth that have large fractures without removing more and more enamel?

These and many other similar questions go through the mind of the busy general practitioner many times every day. This comprehensive, evidence-based class offers clear, easily understandable protocols to simplify the decision making process and compliments this with end-to-end workflows to rapidly restore posterior teeth with indirect ceramic onlays and anterior teeth with direct composite resin.

Concepts:

  • How to prepare ultra-conservative ceramic onlays in teeth, which are too heavily broken down for direct resin whilst avoiding aggressive full veneer crown preparations: step-by-step protocols for simple, rapid preparation from compromised tooth to ideal prep within 10 minutes.
  • How to deal with margins, which are deep within the gingival sulcus: GME (Gingival Margin Elevation) for hard tissue conservation, simplified impression taking and easy cementation.
  • How to optimise bond strengths in conservative non-retentive onlay preparations with IDS (Immediate Dentine Sealing).
  • How to restore a large MID fracture on an anterior tooth with direct-resin, yet achieve aesthetics to rival porcelain.
  • How to create believable incisal edge effects such as opacities, incisal edge halos and crack lines.
  • How to rapidly polish to recreate natural enamel surfaces.

What You will Learn:

Morning:

Restore an upper incisor tooth class 4 with direct resin, create life-like incisal edge effects and finish with a rapid efficient polishing protocol.

Afternoon:

Prepare an upper first molar for an MOD Ceramic Onlay with IDS, GME and fabrication of a provisional restoration.

The class is intended to be informal with questions taken "on the hoof" throughout the day. Dr Smithson demonstrates each case in its entirety via overhead projection: the participants then have the opportunity to ask questions before completing the exercise themselves with close support from Jason.

9.00 - 17.00 • FULL DAY HANDS-ON WORKSHOP - Ivoclar Vivadent, 12 Omega Street, Rosedale

  • Hands-on Workshop
  • ONLY 6 Places
  • 6.50 CPD Points
  • More Info

Biomimetic Minimally Invasive Restorative Dentistry in Everyday Practice - Monday

NB: This program is identical to the Sunday Program.

In recent years it has become well accepted that direct composite resin restorations are predictable in small to medium sized cavities; similarly, the durability of full coverage crowns is well known. However the grey area is when a cavity falls somewhere between the two:

  • What do we do when a direct restoration would seem wildly optimistic, yet a crown overly destructive?
  • Similarly, how do we approach anterior teeth that have large fractures without removing more and more enamel?

These and many other similar questions go through the mind of the busy general practitioner many times every day. This comprehensive, evidence-based class offers clear, easily understandable protocols to simplify the decision making process and compliments this with end-to-end workflows to rapidly restore posterior teeth with indirect ceramic onlays and anterior teeth with direct composite resin.

Concepts:

  • How to prepare ultra-conservative ceramic onlays in teeth, which are too heavily broken down for direct resin whilst avoiding aggressive full veneer crown preparations: step-by-step protocols for simple, rapid preparation from compromised tooth to ideal prep within 10 minutes.
  • How to deal with margins, which are deep within the gingival sulcus: GME (Gingival Margin Elevation) for hard tissue conservation, simplified impression taking and easy cementation.
  • How to optimise bond strengths in conservative non-retentive onlay preparations with IDS (Immediate Dentine Sealing).
  • How to restore a large MID fracture on an anterior tooth with direct-resin, yet achieve aesthetics to rival porcelain.
  • How to create believable incisal edge effects such as opacities, incisal edge halos and crack lines.
  • How to rapidly polish to recreate natural enamel surfaces.

What You will Learn:

Morning:

Restore an upper incisor tooth class 4 with direct resin, create life-like incisal edge effects and finish with a rapid efficient polishing protocol.

Afternoon:

Prepare an upper first molar for an MOD Ceramic Onlay with IDS, GME and fabrication of a provisional restoration.

The class is intended to be informal with questions taken "on the hoof" throughout the day. Dr Smithson demonstrates each case in its entirety via overhead projection: the participants then have the opportunity to ask questions before completing the exercise themselves with close support from Jason.

9.00 - 17.00 • Session 1 - Ivoclar Vivadent, 12 Omega Street, Rosedale

Biomimetic Minimally Invasive Restorative Dentistry in Everyday Practice - Monday

  • Hands-on Workshop
  • ONLY 6 Places
  • 6.50 CPD Points

NB: This program is identical to the Sunday Program.

In recent years it has become well accepted that direct composite resin restorations are predictable in small to medium sized cavities; similarly, the durability of full coverage crowns is well known. However the grey area is when a cavity falls somewhere between the two:

  • What do we do when a direct restoration would seem wildly optimistic, yet a crown overly destructive?
  • Similarly, how do we approach anterior teeth that have large fractures without removing more and more enamel?

These and many other similar questions go through the mind of the busy general practitioner many times every day. This comprehensive, evidence-based class offers clear, easily understandable protocols to simplify the decision making process and compliments this with end-to-end workflows to rapidly restore posterior teeth with indirect ceramic onlays and anterior teeth with direct composite resin.

Concepts:

  • How to prepare ultra-conservative ceramic onlays in teeth, which are too heavily broken down for direct resin whilst avoiding aggressive full veneer crown preparations: step-by-step protocols for simple, rapid preparation from compromised tooth to ideal prep within 10 minutes.
  • How to deal with margins, which are deep within the gingival sulcus: GME (Gingival Margin Elevation) for hard tissue conservation, simplified impression taking and easy cementation.
  • How to optimise bond strengths in conservative non-retentive onlay preparations with IDS (Immediate Dentine Sealing).
  • How to restore a large MID fracture on an anterior tooth with direct-resin, yet achieve aesthetics to rival porcelain.
  • How to create believable incisal edge effects such as opacities, incisal edge halos and crack lines.
  • How to rapidly polish to recreate natural enamel surfaces.

What You will Learn:

Morning:

Restore an upper incisor tooth class 4 with direct resin, create life-like incisal edge effects and finish with a rapid efficient polishing protocol.

Afternoon:

Prepare an upper first molar for an MOD Ceramic Onlay with IDS, GME and fabrication of a provisional restoration.

The class is intended to be informal with questions taken "on the hoof" throughout the day. Dr Smithson demonstrates each case in its entirety via overhead projection: the participants then have the opportunity to ask questions before completing the exercise themselves with close support from Jason.

More info

Dr Jason Smithson

BDS, Dip.Rest.Dent RCS (Eng)

After spending 3 years in oral surgery residency in London and a further year practicing restorative dentistry in London’s Harley Street Medical District, Dr Jason Smithson relocated to Cornwall ...

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation must be received in writing. Any cancellation up to 14 days prior to the seminar will receive a full refund of all monies less a $25.00 administration fee. Cancellation cannot be received within 14 days of the seminar and subsequently no refund will be paid. NZIMID reserves the right to cancel the seminar at anytime with no responsibility to applicants other than the refund in full of monies paid for the seminar.

Payment Options:
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Dentists

THIS RATE APPLIES TO: Dentists

CONCLUDED
  • Full Program
  • NZD 690.00
  • Including 15% GST
  • Early Bird Discount
  • Less NZD 115.00
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Hands-On Workshop - Sunday

THIS RATE APPLIES TO: General Dentist

CONCLUDED
  • Full Program
  • NZD 1695.00
  • Including 15% GST
  • Early Bird Discount
  • Less NZD 200.00
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Hands-On Workshop - Monday

THIS RATE APPLIES TO: General Dentist

PLACES REMAINING: 6

CONCLUDED
  • Full Program
  • NZD 1695.00
  • Including 15% GST
  • Early Bird Discount
  • Less NZD 200.00
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Hygienists & Auxillary Staff

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

CONCLUDED
  • Full Program
  • NZD 175.00
  • Including 15% GST
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