Wed 26 April 2023 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Melbourne North Group (D) meeting
The ADAVB Melbourne North Group (D) is pleased to announce its meeting in April 2023. The event will include dinner, drinks and CPD presentation.
'New digital technology in dentistry: Managing the learning curve and maximising the benefits.' In recent years, digital technology has made significant advances in the field of dentistry. This technology offers a range of benefits for both dental professionals and patients, including improved accuracy, efficiency and patient comfort.
In this lecture, we will explore some of the latest digital technology used in dentistry. A work flow of digital radiography including CBCT, intraoral scanning, 3D visualisation and planning software, and 3D printing have revolutionised the predictability of diagnosis, planning and treatment of complex cases.
Digital communication across the web has made working with your technician quicker and easier with CBCT, scans and video conferencing technologies. This digital transformation is becoming mainstream in dentistry and so its use is now an essential skill required of dentists.
Presented by Dr Harris Schlen
CPD hours: 2 clinical hours
Register with Dr Devin Ong email@example.com
RSVP by 21/04/2023
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Dr Harris Schlen
Dr Harris Schlen completed both Bachelor and then a Master of Science degrees at Monash University, followed by a Bachelor of Dental Science at the University of Queensland.
He began private dental practice in 1988 based as principal at St Vincent’s Hospital,where he was appointed as a hospital consultant and at the Royal Eye and Ear Hospital in 2003.
After over 30 years experience as a general dentist with particular interest in implant dentistry. Dr Schlen left clinical practice and became Clinical Director at the Moredent dental company from 2018.
He also holds a post as a Senior Research Fellow at the University of Melbourne Department of Medicine. Dr Schlen has a special interest in all areas of dental implantology with particular focus on use of and developments in new technologies.