CPD HOURS: 6.5
For many general practitioners, a measure of success in practice relates to how we are able to look after our patients, our work environment, collegiality and financial rewards. Education related to procedures involving dental implants is available and easily accessible today. Modifying your scope of practice by incorporating new procedures or improving existing ones stimulates interest, presents challenges and variety in daily practice.
The standard of care that is provided to our patients for most procedures should be similar regardless of whether that care is provided by a general practitioner or specialist. This program is designed for general practitioners who have various levels of experience with dental implants. It will provide a perspective on how to prepare yourself as a practitioner to implement or improve your skills with this treatment modality.
The focus will be on the development of a realistic structured pathway to progress from the management of simple to more complex cases in a practice setting and will include:
There will be a hands-on prosthetic exercise: “Working at the Abutment Level”.
About the presenter
Dr Asheen Behari is a general practitioner in private practice in Claremont, Perth. He graduated from the University of the Witwatersrand in 1993, subsequently completing a Post Graduate Diploma in Clinical Dentistry in Oral Implants at the University of Sydney. Dr Behari is a Clinical Associate lecturer in the Discipline of Oral Rehabilitation at the University of Sydney. He is actively involved in facilitating continuing education programs and in mentoring others. His general practice is focused on restorative and implant dentistry.