Recent Graduates Study Club #6This Study Club will look at CAD/CAM technology, tips, tricks and much more and will be held offsite at the
Recent Graduates Study Club #6
This Study Club will look at CAD/CAM technology, tips, tricks and much more and will be held offsite at the Dentsply Sirona Showroom. Our presenter is Dr Ken Heath.
As this is our last Study Club for 2020, we invite you arrive from 6pm for drinks and nibbles.
Where: The Dentsply Sirona Showroom, Unit 4, 277 Sir Donald Bradman Drive, Cowandilla.
Time: 6.30pm – 8.30pm, with registration and refreshments available from 6pm
No cost to attend for ADASA members.
Study Clubs are for dentists who graduated within the last ten years but all ADASA member dentists are welcome to attend. 5th year BDS Student members are also welcome to attend.
PLEASE NOTE – This is an ADASA member only event and you must be registered to attend this event. Login and register via the ADASA website. You will receive an email to confirm your registration.
Speakers for this event
Ken graduated from the Adelaide Dental School in 1991, winning the ADA (SA branch) prize; was accepted into the residency program & completed a Graduate Diploma in Clinical Dental at the end of 1992. Since that time, Ken has been working exclusively within a busy private practice in Gawler. He bought his first CEREC at the end of 2012 & had the first Omnicam in South Australia. Recently he purchased a CEREC Primescan system and as per tradition he was also the first Primescan owner in South Australia. Ken is an Academy level member of CEREC Dr’s online & continues to develop his skills in the use of modern bonded materials created with the CEREC. He has also been involved in the placement of implants for 17+ years, and is loving the use of his Sirona CBCT machine purchased this year in the 3D planning of all of his implants.
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