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DHAA NSW & VIC - Combined CPD Day Albury

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648 Dean Street

Albury, NSW 2640


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Join us for a very special day in the Albury/Wodonga Region

9-9.30 am Registration and morning tea

9.30-9.45 am Colgate Presentation

9.45-11.15 Dr Adam Rosenberg - Guided Tissue Regeneration: Is this approach a predictable option to improve the prognosis of periodontally involved teeth and Supportive periodontal therapy

11.15- 12.45 Dr Jessica Wei "The changes in periodontal microbiota in patients with hypothyroidism"

12.45- 1.45 Lunch

1.45 -2.30 Ian Epondulan "Sugar Tax"

2.30 -3.15 Roisin McGrath "Promoting Oral Health for People Living with Severe Mental Illness"

3.15- 3.45 Afternoon Tea

3.45-4pm DHAA presentation

4-5pm Infection Control update with ADT


Dr. Adam Rosenberg


Dr Adam Rosenberg graduated with a BDS from the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa and obtained his Masters Degree in Periodontology from the University of North Carolina, USA in 2002.

Adam has lectured extensively both nationally and internationally on topics relating to both surgical and non-surgical treatment of periodontal disease; implantology and bone and soft tissue grafting techniques to enhance aesthetic outcomes. Adam is interested in the non-surgical conservative approach in treating patients with periodontal disease and is currently utilizing the perioscope which allows treatment of in a minimally invasive way. Adam is in full-time private periodontal practice in and is an Honorary Fellow at the University of Melbourne Dental School.



Dr Jessica Wei studied dentistry at the University of Melbourne and during her early years as a dentist, worked in private practices in Geelong and Cairns before finally returning to Melbourne in 2009. Since then she has been constantly involved in the teaching of dental students at the University of Melbourne as a clinical demonstrator and supervisor. Ever since graduating as a dentist, Jess has continued to further herself as a practitioner, completing her Fellowship in General Dental Practice, before embarking on her road to becoming a Periodontist at the University of Melbourne in 2014.

Jess is interested in the conservative nonsurgical management of periodontal disease and strives to make the dental experience as painless and enjoyable as possible for all patients. She is also fluent in Mandarin.

In her spare time, Jess enjoys travelling, baking sweets and treats and creating pieces of cross-stitch art.

Lecture Synopsis

1. The changes in periodontal microbiota in patients with hypothyroidism
Hypothyroidism is one of the most common endocrine disorders, influencing the metabolism of female sex hormones, oestradiol and progesterone. Augmented levels of these hormones appear to influence the growth of ‘black-pigmented Bacteroides’, inclusive of Porphyromonas, Bacteroides and Prevotella species. It is possible therefore that hypothyroidism may be a systemic illness modulating periodontitis in female patients.

2. Supportive periodontal therapy
Nonsurgical and surgical treatment of periodontal disease have been proven effective in arresting destruction of the periodontium. However, the long term success of periodontal treatment is dependent upon the effectiveness of the maintenance care program

Roisin McGrath DipDH DipDT GradCertIntlHlth MPH

Roisin is a PhD candidate and lecturer at the Melbourne Dental School (University of Melbourne) and her project aims to build capacity of community mental health workers to promote oral health for people living with severe mental illness. Roisin has over 25 years of experience in the oral health field and has worked as a clinician in a range of settings, in both the UK and Australia. She has taught at the University of Melbourne, La Trobe University and RMIT. She has held non-clinical positions in health promotion at Dental Health Services Victoria and in outreach/volunteer dental program management with the Royal Flying Doctor Service Victoria. Recently, Roisin was part of the Melbourne Dental School team responsible for developing the national key performance indicators to monitor oral health in Australia. Roisin is a former President of the Dental Hygienists Association of Australia Victorian Branch and is still actively involved in the DHAA Vic committee.

Ian Epondulan - BOH

Ian is an Oral Health Therapist and completed a Bachelor of Oral Health (BOH) degree from The University of Sydney in 2011. He volunteers for the Dental Hygienists Association of Australia (DHAA) Ltd. as NSW Director and has had clinical experience in Public Health Dentistry at NSW Health. Currently undertaking a Master of Public Health (MPH) at The University of Sydney he is passionate about Health Promotion and Health Advocacy especially amongst adolescents linking Oral Health with General Health. He is an Educator for the Students As LifeStyle Activists (SALSA) Program which aims to empower high school students to live healthier lives through healthy eating and physical activity.

About ADT

ADT offer an expert, personal service to dental practices seeking to advance their knowledge. Our nation-wide training and contemporary courses are always up-to-date, ensuring positive results for your team.

The implementation of practice accreditation sees us working hand-in-hand with your staff to establish ongoing education plans for your business, certify your adherence to CPD requirements, and provide specialised advice, support and motivation.

Comprised of a group of experienced industry leaders, keynote speakers and consultants, the ADT team are reputable in both the corporate and private sectors of the dental industry, for their ethics, proactivity and professionalism.

ADT – Advancing Australian Dentistry

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DHAA Members - To obtain the discounted DHAA Ltd Membership price you are required to be a financial member of the DHAA Ltd on the date of purchase.

Student Members - Student Members must be an eligible and current student member of the DHAA Ltd at the time of purchasing the ticket. Student Membership expires June 30th following your graduation. Student Membership to the DHAA Ltd is Free.

ADOHTA Members - All ADOHTA members are required to show proof of membership to ADOHTA, please email chairnsw@dhaa.info. You are required to be a current member at the time of purchase to either DHAA Ltd or ADOHTA inc.

Cancellation Policy - Ten (10) days notice must be given in writing to chairnsw@dhaa.info , if you cannot attend, to receive a refund. Reimbursements will not be made after this time. Registration can be transferred to another person of the same membership status.

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