The ADA acknowledges the importance of continuing professional development and is committed to helping its members deliver a high standard of dental services to the greater Auckland communities. 

ADA-CE provides you with opportunities to develop your learning,stimulate your thinking, enhance your skills and engage with like-minded peers to share ideas and techniques. We understand that we all have varied dental interests and learning styles. We endeavour to cater to all of our members in terms of their experience, level of knowledge and time commitments. Notification of ADA-CE will be via our monthly newsletter, general meetings, website and emails from ADA's office. 

If you, or someone you know, has presentation material/ideas that would benefit all our members, please get in contact -  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..   

17
Jun
2021

Practice Ownership with MAS & Westpac

Thursday, 17 June 2021 14:00 -16:30
Free for ADA Members

THINKING ABOUT DENTAL PRACTICE OWNERSHIP BUT NOT SURE WHERE TO START?

OR

THINKING ABOUT SELLING YOUR DENTAL PRACTICE BUT DON’T HAVE A SUCCESSION PLAN?

 

Join Shaun Phelan, National Manager of MAS Business Advisory Services and Rob Freeman, Westpac Health, for this interactive FREE workshop on practice ownership and succession planning.

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26
Jun
2021

EMCARE Level 4 NZRC Dental Modular Certificate - June 2021

Saturday, 26 June 2021 08:30 -12:30
229.71
EMCARE Level 4 NZRC Dental Modular Certificate - June 2021

Saturday 26 June 2021,  8.30am - 12.30pm @ EMCARE, 235D Bush Road, Rosedale.

The Dental Modular Certificate Course Level 4 (DMCC4) is a combination of pre-reading, skills development and practical assessment and is the required level of training for:

  • Dentists/Dental Specialists - not performing sedation
  • Dental Therapists, Dental Hygienists, Orthodontic Auxiliaries, Clinical Dental Technicians
  • Dental Technicians undertaking restricted activities

Course topics:

  • DRSABCD approach to patient management
  • Adult Collapse
  • Childhood Collapse
  • Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation
  • Use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
  • Recovery position
  • Management of choking
  • Adjuncts for Airway Management - Oro-pharyngeal and Supraglottic airways
  • One person and two person CPR
  • Bag valve mask use
  • Oxygen use in resuscitation
  • Management of Anaphylaxis
29
Jun
2021

DCNZ New Recertification Programme for Oral Health Practitioners - What's it all about?

Free for ADA Members

On 12 April 2021, the Dental Council set a new recertification programme for all oral health practitioners.  For dentists and dental specialists, the new programme starts on 1 October 2021.  

The ADA has invited Chair of the Dental Council, Dr Andrew Gray and Chief Executive, Marie Warner to a Q & A evening to help you understand and prepare for the new requirments.  ADA President, Dr Abdul Aziz will facilitate the evening.

Tuesday 29 June, 2021  -   6.30pm for refreshments and a 7pm start.  For catering purposes, registrations close for this event at 3pm on Monday 28 June.

29
Jun
2021

Webinar - DCNZ New Recertification Programme for Oral Health Practitioners - What's it all about?

Tuesday, 29 June 2021 19:00 -21:00
Free for ADA Members

On 12 April 2021, the Dental Council set a new recertification programme for all oral health practitioners.  For dentists and dental specialists, the new programme starts on 1 October 2021.  

The ADA has invited Chair of the Dental Council, Dr Andrew Gray and Chief Executive, Marie Warner to a Q & A evening to help you understand and prepare for the new requirments.  ADA President, Dr Abdul Aziz will facilitate the evening.

Tuesday 29 June, 2021  -    7pm via Zoom.  Registrations for this webinar close at 2pm on Monday 28 June.  

13
Aug
2021

Single Implant Restoration - from planning to long-term prosthesis - with Dr Abdullah Barazanchi

$295 for ADA members

Single Implant Restoration – from planning to long-term prosthesis.

Implant dentistry has drastically improved options for patient and clinicians when it comes to restoring an edentulous space.  However, despite great strides in the technology, successful outcome of the treatment still heavily relies on the decision making and planning between the restorative and surgical teams. 

The first part of the lecture highlights the decision making process for implants as a treatment option and communication with the patient.  We will also discuss the various lab and clinical components required for fabrication of an implant as well as various restorative options such material options, CAD/CAM vs conventional, when stock or a custom abutment are appropriate, the when and how of cement and screw retained crown.  A demonstration on how to fabricate a provisional implant crown chairside, how to improve soft tissue profile as well as learning what to look for when testing aesthetic and occlusal requirements and how to communicate them with the dental technician for fabrication of final restoration.

Click here for full details.

 When:  Friday 13 August @ Remuera Golf Club - 9.30am - 4.30pm

We would like to thank Henry Schein for their sponsorship of this event.  HenrySchein Dental 100x60. 2015jpg

13
Aug
2021

Non-ADA Members - Single Implant Restoration - from planning to long-term prosthesis - with Dr Abdullah Barazanchi

$495 for non-ADA members

Single Implant Restoration – from planning to long-term prosthesis.

Implant dentistry has drastically improved options for patient and clinicians when it comes to restoring an edentulous space.  However, despite great strides in the technology, successful outcome of the treatment still heavily relies on the decision making and planning between the restorative and surgical teams. 

The first part of the lecture highlights the decision making process for implants as a treatment option and communication with the patient.  We will also discuss the various lab and clinical components required for fabrication of an implant as well as various restorative options such material options, CAD/CAM vs conventional, when stock or a custom abutment are appropriate, the when and how of cement and screw retained crown.  A demonstration on how to fabricate a provisional implant crown chairside, how to improve soft tissue profile as well as learning what to look for when testing aesthetic and occlusal requirements and how to communicate them with the dental technician for fabrication of final restoration.

Click here for full details.

 When:  Friday 13 August @ Remuera Golf Club - 9.30am - 4.30pm

We would like to thank Henry Schein for their sponsorship of this event.  HenrySchein Dental 100x60. 2015jpg

 

25
Sep
2021

EMCARE Level 4 NZRC Dental Modular Certificate - Sept 2021

Saturday, 25 September 2021 08:30 -12:30
229.71
EMCARE Level 4 NZRC Dental Modular Certificate - Sept 2021

Saturday 25 September  2021,  8.30am - 12.30pm @ NZDA House, 1/195 Main Highway, Ellerslie.

The Dental Modular Certificate Course Level 4 (DMCC4) is a combination of pre-reading, skills development and practical assessment and is the required level of training for:

  • Dentists/Dental Specialists - not performing sedation
  • Dental Therapists, Dental Hygienists, Orthodontic Auxiliaries, Clinical Dental Technicians
  • Dental Technicians undertaking restricted activities

Course topics:

  • DRSABCD approach to patient management
  • Adult Collapse
  • Childhood Collapse
  • Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation
  • Use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
  • Recovery position
  • Management of choking
  • Adjuncts for Airway Management - Oro-pharyngeal and Supraglottic airways
  • One person and two person CPR
  • Bag valve mask use
  • Oxygen use in resuscitation
  • Management of Anaphylaxis
Auckland Dental Association 1/195 Main Highway, Ellerslie, Auckland. Phone: 09 580 0081 Email: admin@ada.co.nz