202014apr7:45 pm9:15 pmIdentifying Sleep and Breathing Disorders - Live WebinarFacilitated by Dr Damian Teo 7:45 pm - 9:15 pm AEST(GMT+10:00) View in my time Event Organized By: General Dental Residency Discipline:Airway and Sleep ApnoeaFormat:Online
What You’ve Always Wanted to Know 0.00 RESERVE YOUR PLACE NOW. A live webinar series. Whether you’re a dental student keen to get ahead, a new graduate
What You’ve Always Wanted to Know
RESERVE YOUR PLACE NOW.
A live webinar series.
Whether you’re a dental student keen to get ahead, a new graduate eager to catch up to speed, or an established dentist wanting to refresh, this live webinar series is for you.
12 hrs CPD total, 1.5 hrs per session (once a week for two months). Live and interactive!
14th April – “Identifying Sleep and Breathing Disorders” – Dr Damian Teo
21st April – “The Secret to Staying Calm in Surgery” – Dr Sophia Richardson
28th April – “Beginner’s Guide to Posture for Dentists” – Dr Jean Wu
5th May – “Modern Trends in Tooth Preps – What’s a vertiprep?” – Dr Varun Garg
12th May – “Biomimetic Dentistry is Where it’s at” – Dr Davey Alleman
19th May – “Endo – What actually works?” – Dr William Ha
26th May – “Fixing Smiles Not Teeth” – Dr Thivagar Nirmalann
2nd June – “The Seven Secrets to Becoming a Super Successful Dentist” – Dr Kinnar Shah
Each session will be held on a Tuesday evening at 7:45PM.
From Tuesday 14th April to Tuesday 2nd June (across 8 weeks total).
Online! Live webinar link will be shared via email the day before each session. #stayhomesavelives
Speakers for this event
Dr. Damian Teo
Dr. Damian Teo
TMD & Sleep Dentist
Bachelor of Health Science (Dentistry) – Latrobe University Masters of Dentistry – Latrobe University Post Graduate Diploma Dental Sleep Medicine – University of Western Australia Dr Damian Teo is a holistic dentist who has focused his practice to TMD, Bruxism and Dental Sleep Medicine. Since graduating from dentistry at Latrobe University in 2012, Damian dived straight into a TMD and Dental Sleep Medicine clinic in Melbourne. Damian is passionate about looking “beyond the mouth” and treating the body as a whole. He believes dentists play an important role in being able to recognise airway/breathing issues, sleeping problems, and craniofacial pain (such as headaches, neck pain, and TMD). Damian first gained deeper knowledge and understanding of TMD, craniofacial pain, sleep medicine, and airways by completing the TMD & Sleep mini residency program by Dr. Steven Olmos in 2013. This led to Damian working in Darwin’s first official TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre in 2014, where he then restricted his practice to treating patients for snoring, sleep apnea, bruxism and TMD. He pursued further education in the field of sleep medicine and achieved his Post Graduate Diploma in Dental Sleep Medicine with the University of Western Australia in 2016. Over the years, Damian completed various mini-residency programs covering TMD, craniofacial pain, sleep medicine, orofacial myology and orthodontics with Dr Derek Mahony, Dr Jeffrey Okeson, Dr Tony Ancell, Dr Jamison Spencer, and Dr Steve Gallela. Knowing the value in multidisciplinary treatment, Damian has also completed courses in biochemistry, nutrition, exercise biomechanics, neuro kinetic therapy, Buteyko breathing, mental health and well-being. He also works closely with many different health practitioners ranging from physiotherapists, chiropractors, osteopaths, acupuncturists, speech pathologists, sleep respiratory physicians, ENTs, oral surgeons and even personal trainers. Damian’s passion for TMD and Sleep medicine led to the founding of his own specialised TMD and Sleep clinics: Melbourne Dental Sleep Clinic, consulting with TMJ physiotherapists in the Melbourne TMJ & Facial Pain Centre and Sleep Respiratory Physicians in Lung and Sleep Victoria.
TMD & Sleep Dentist
General Dental ResidencyGeneral Dental Residency (GDR) is an education company focused on training new dentists who wish to improve their knowledge and skills after university.
(Tuesday) 7:45 pm - 9:15 pm AEST(GMT+10:00) View in my time