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The full programme and abstracts book, including biographies of our invited keynote speakers, will be released the week of the event.

Schedule

Wednesday 19 July

Time

Presentation

8.45am
Welcome and introduction
9am
Clinical keynote
Dr Rohan Rodricks, Westmead COH
Periodontics: Scenes from a community health clinic
9.40am
Sponsor presentation
9.45am
Carrol Jin
Unlocking the canine secret – all is well if the end(o) is well
10.05am
Jack Lintern
Hyperbaric oxygen - who wants it? A case-series analysis of patients referred for hyperbaric oxygen in the prevention or management of osteoradionecrosis (ORN) in New Zealand
10.30am
Morning tea
11am
Clinical keynote
Professor Mauro Farella, UO Dentistry
Unlocking the bite – myths and facts about Class II Division 2 malocclusion
11.40am
Sponsor presentation
11.45am
Charlotte Hurst
Lower Incisor Extraction: a contemporary treatment option or orthodontic no-go?
12.05pm
Ai Lin Tee
Partial edentulism and Parkinson's disease
12.25pm
Abigail Oliver
Clinical outcomes of periodontal patients seen by Doctor of Clinical Dentistry students between 2015 and 2017: a retrospective study
12.45pm
Sponsor presentation
1pm
Lunch
2pm
Ludwig Jansen van Vuuren
Dental occlusal stress
2.20pm
Rayner Goh
The effect of implantoplasty on fracture resistance and implant surface changes, an in vitro and finite element analysis study
2.40pm
Sponsor presentation
2.45pm
Howard Chao
Hyperglycaemia promotes mineralisation of human dental pulp cells – an exploratory in vitro study
3.05pm
Shraddha Patel
Hyperglycaemia and the dental pulp - So what about angiogenesis?
3.30pm
Afternoon tea
3.50pm
Dina Abdelmoneim
Three-dimensional evaluation of the cytotoxicity and antibacterial properties of alpha lipoic acid-capped silver nanoparticle constructs for oral applications
4.10pm
Asrar Elahi
Supercritical carbon dioxide processing with enzymatic post-treatment to yield mechanically and biologically optimal animal-derived bone block grafts
4.30pm
Quinn Thorsnes
Novel additive manufacturing techniques for vascular bioscaffolds
4.50pm
Close day 1

Thursday 20 July

Time

Presentation

8.45am
Welcome day 2
8.50am
Research keynote
Dr Rachel Sarig, Tel Aviv University
Evolutionary dentistry: gaining insight into modern pathologies from a prehistoric perspective
9.30am
Sponsor presentation
9.35am
Lucinda Wong
Cleft Project - The search for a confident smile
9.55am
Carrol Jin
Can orthodontic clear retainers be used for tooth whitening?
10.15am
Majd Khashashneh
The effect of 10% carbamide peroxide dental bleaching on the physical properties of Invisalign aligners
10.40am
Morning tea
11am
Begoña Ruiz Conrads
Childhood caries experience is associated with poorer physical health, mental health, and ageing in midlife
11.20am
Rebecca Chapman
Validation of the Child Perceptions Questionnaire as a measure of oral health-related quality of life in young adults
11.40am
Nazahiah Bakri
Promoting oral health in the aged care workplace setting: key informants' views
12pm
Research keynote
Dr Moira Smith, UOW Public Health
Beyond the Kilmog: oral health research at a northern campus
12.40pm
Awards presentation and close day 2


The 2023 Faculty of Dentistry Clinical and Research Symposium is made possible by the generous support of our sponsors:

Meeting sponsors

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Dentsply

Lumino

NSK


Straumann

Award sponsor

ADI

Dentistry Clinical Research Excellence 2023

Our research programmes

Biomechanics and oral implantology

Understanding the forces in the mouth.

Clinical and translational research

Fostering research to improve patient care.

Craniofacial research

Investigating dentofacial growth and jaw function.

Dental education research

Understanding how students learn and fostering best practices in teaching.

Dental epidemiology and public health

Population and dental health services research.

Molecular microbiology

Preventing oral diseases caused by microorganisms.

Oral molecular and immunopathology

Understanding oral diseases in order to improve diagnosis and treatment.


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