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Dr Geoff Hall
Assess and treat patients shoulder to shoulder with your tutor Dr Hall, where you’ll focus on better patient observation, diagnosis, orthodontic techniques and clinical photography
“I absolutely believe that people, unless coached, never reach their maximum potential”
BOB NARDELLI, Chrysler CEO
During a brand new 3 day course in Melbourne, you’ll also learn perfect clinical photography, intraoral scanning with trialling 3 different scanners and a world class typodont course from bracket positioning and placement, all archwire adjustments - all the way to finishing and placing bonded retainers, taking your Orthodontic skills and practice to a whole new level.
JOIN US FOR 3 DAYS of eye opening Orthodontic training to learn additional skills, advance your professional career and gain fresh new insights beyond the MiniMasters course!
In July 2021, Dr Geoff Hall is providing in-office training in his newly opened state of the art Orthodontic office in Melbourne helping you gain total confidence in treating real Orthodontic patients, apply what you’ve learnt in the Mini Masters program, advance your skills and perform at the highest level possible as a dentist providing orthodontic care for your patients.
Alongside Dr Hall and his highly trained staff, you’ll receive real world class training covering critical aspects of Orthodontic examination, diagnosis and treatment planning for patients who visit his office, including:
At the end of the day, Dr Hall will discuss each of the patients that were seen, treated and managed, covering the why, how and when, so you can see how to approach real cases, from an expert perspective.
Working alongside Dr Hall, you’ll also learn plenty of new insights, practical tips and tricks that extend beyond the Mini Masters course.
If you’re still relying mostly on X-rays, or you’ve never had any formal training on clinical digital photography, then this module will open your eyes (and lenses!) to a whole new world of dentistry...
As a dentist, you strive for the best possible outcomes for your patients… and this starts with a clear picture of what’s going on inside their mouths.
Unfortunately, X-Rays do not show failing restorations, crack lines, wear patterns, the restored nature of teeth or the health issues of soft tissues.
And, without the right techniques and tools, your current digital camera set up might be missing more than you think.
Nothing shows potential patients your excellent work than a high quality before and after photograph. If the image is too dark, blurry, or even at the wrong angle, it will do little to build confidence in your practice.
For record keeping and legal documentation, high quality photographs are far more preferable to patient notes or X-rays.
Clear, high quality photographs can identify and track gum disease far more efficiently and reliably than X-rays or clinical notes.
For veneers or implants, shade selection is critical. High quality photos will help prevent lighting issues that can lead to misleading tooth shade appearance, poor selection and an unsatisfactory outcome.
You may already use digital photography equipment in your clinic, but are you getting the best results with it?
Just like any instrument or tool in your office, technology changes over time, along with the ways in which we use it.
Using modern digital photography equipment and the latest techniques will result in clearer communication and better outcomes for your Orthodontic patients, along with improved record keeping and risk management for your practice.
Taught by Peter Sheridan, clinical senior lecturer at Sydney University, leading expert on Clinical Photography and general dentist with over 40 years experience.
Dr Sheridan will show you the right tools and techniques to take high quality digital photographs that capture a face, an arch, a quadrant or a tooth, with the kind of detail that you and your Orthodontic patients and your general dental patients have never seen before.
You will master all these techniques with live and hands-on workshops where you will be the clinician, the assistant and the patient - helping you understand the responsibilities of each person to achieve consistent high quality photographic images.
At the end of this course, you’ll be able to consistently take professional intro and extra-oral images using optimal camera settings, mirrors, retractors and positioning to dramatically improve your dental photography skills.
Dr Peter Sheridan AM BDS MDS FICD
Clinical Senior Lecturer, Sydney University
Peter has been in general dental practice in Macquarie Street Sydney since 1971. He has a Masters degree and is a Fellow of the International College of Dentists. He is a Clinical Senior Lecturer at Sydney University and the leading expert on Clinical Photography, giving courses all over Australia for the ADA, Universities and specialist groups. His text book ‘Clinical Photography in Dentistry’ was published by Quintessence in the USA in 2017.
An accredited professional photographer specialising in fine art, Peter is also an internationally respected collector and historian and the author of 3 major reference books on Art Deco design and architecture (Radio Days 2008, Deco Radio 2014, Sydney Art Deco 2019). He was awarded an AM by the Australian government in 2001 for his work with people with Multiple Sclerosis. Peter is an avid tennis player competing here and overseas in Masters’ tournaments.
Would you like to save time and see more patients? Then on day 2, you’ll learn more about intraoral digital scanning for your practice.
Digital scanning is the fastest way to scan a patient. In fact, it takes five minutes! That’s because there’s no impression material used, no sitting around waiting for the PVS to dry, no patient-discomfort and no mess.
Intraoral scanners are also more accurate than analog impressions. By replacing analog impressions with digital scans, you instantly
remove human error, which saves time and money.
And let’s not forget, Intraoral scanning will save you money on PVS material, plaster for models and all those shipping costs
that come with analogue impressions.
Even better, you can store all your models in the cloud or on a hard drive. No more cupboards full of models!
No wonder digital dentistry is in high demand by patients. It’s quicker, more affordable and more comfortable too.
Learning to provide intraoral digital scanning will impress your patients and have them talking and referring others to your practice.
Learn to treat your patient from start to finish, and perform non extraction therapy in the lower arch and extraction therapy in the upper arch, as if it is a real patient. During this training, you’ll learn to:
Friday July 30th - Sunday Aug 1st
Level 2 Suite 13
4-10 Jamieson St
Cheltenham 3192 Victoria
Suggested accommodation nearby:
Best Western Plus Buckingham International
1130 Nepean Hwy,
Phone: +61 3 9555 0011
Friday July 30th - Sunday Aug 1st
Day 1: In-office training with Dr Geoff Hall
Friday July 30th - 8:00 am to 5:30 pm
Observation of clinical patients at all different phases of treatment and discussion of all patients
Day 2: Clinical Digital Photography with Dr Peter Sheridan and Intraoral Digital scanning
Saturday July 31st - 8:00 am to 5:30 pm
Day 3: Typodont training
Sunday August 1 - 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
You will receive:
Please note, spaces limited to a maximum of 8 doctors. Book now to avoid disappointment.