HANDS ON LIST
Venue Date Title Fee
MALEO
HO21
Oct. 12, 2019
9 a.m. - noon
Interpretation in 3D CBCT Imaging

This hands-on is available for general dentists, residents, specialist dentists.



Speaker :
  Dr. Menik Priminiarti, drg, SpRKG(K)

Moderator :
  Moderator KPPIKG
950000
KAKATUA
HO22
Oct. 12, 2019
9 a.m. - noon
[FULL] Management of Broken Instrument using Advanced Tools & Magnification

(Kuota sudah full, peserta baru tidak dapat mendaftar lagi) This hands-on is available for residents and specialist dentists. Please reserve your seat as this hands-on is available for minimum 15 participants.



Speaker :
  drg. Aditya Wisnu Putranto, SpKG(K)

Moderator :
  Moderator KPPIKG
1500000
SUMMIT
HO23
Oct. 12, 2019
9 a.m. - noon
Everything but the tooth

Diagnosis and treatment of toothache is one of the foundations of dentistry. Almost always, toothache is easily diagnosed as odontogenic pain of pulpal or periodontal origin or both. However, on occasion, an apparent toothache may be the result of an underlying non-odontogenic pain. Early diagnosis and appropriate treatment is critical. This will avoid unnecessary and often irreversible treatments. This workshop will facilitate cases of various non-odontogenic pains that may present as toothache. A discussion on its mechanism, clinical presentation and treatment will follow.



Speaker :
  Dr. Ramesh Balasubraniam, BSc, BDSc, MS, Cert. Orofacial Pain, Cert Oral Medicine, MRACDS(OralMed), ABOP, FOMAA, FADI, FPFA, FICD

Moderator :
  Moderator KPPIKG
1250000
MERAK 3
HO24
Oct. 12, 2019
1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
How to Read and Appraise a Systematic Review and Apply the Results to your Patients

Nowadays dentists want to provide evidence-base care to their patients. They are familiar with the pyramid of evidence that makes clear that clinical decisions should be based on the total of the best evidence and not the results of individual studies. Nowadays an overwhelming amount of systematic reviews is published and not all of them are high-quality publications. This requires appraisal skills to sort the wheat from the chaff. When clinicians want to apply the results of a systematic review to their patients, they should start by appraising the methods applied in the systematic review to make sure its design and conduct are likely to have protected against misleading results. In this hands-on course we analyze step-by-step a systematic review focusing on a therapy question. The course is intended for clinicians applying the results to their patients.



Speaker :
  Prof. Anne-Marie Kuijpers-Jagtman

Moderator :
  Moderator KPPIKG
150000
NURI 1
HO25
Oct. 12, 2019
1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Measuring Oral Health for Clinical Practice and Research

This hands-on is available for general and specialist dentists



Speaker :
  Prof. Colman Patrick McGrath

Moderator :
  Moderator KPPIKG
0
NURI 2
HO26
Oct. 12, 2019
1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Practical way to examine and Diagnose TMD

This hands-on is available for general and specialist dentists. Please reserve your seat as this hands-on is available for minimum 12 participants



Speaker :
  Dr. Ira Tanti, drg, SpProsto(K)

Moderator :
  Moderator KPPIKG
1000000
KENARI
HO27
Oct. 12, 2019
1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
The Beauty of Chairside CAD/CAM Restoration in One Visit!

This hands-on is available for general and specialist dentists



Speaker :
  Dr. Michael Tsao

Moderator :
  Moderator KPPIKG
1200000
MURAI
HO28
Oct. 12, 2019
1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
FULL-Splinting for Dentoalveolar Trauma

It is free for general and specialist dentists. One participant only can be registered to one free hand on.



Speaker :
  DR. Evy Eida Vitria, drg, SpBM(K)

Moderator :
  Moderator KPPIKG
0
MALEO
HO29
Oct. 12, 2019
1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
[FULL] Improving Knowledge in Oral Medicine: Dentist Role in Patient with Systemic Disease

(Kuota sudah penuh, peserta baru tidak dapat mendaftar lagi) As of October 1, 2019 the Indonesia's population is estimated to be 267 millions. Within this mass of humanity is a substantial number of people that are elderly. The graying Indonesia's population is predicted to produce millions of individuals with systemic medical conditions that can affect oral health and dental treatment. The dental management of these medically compromised patients can be problematic in terms of oral complications, dental therapy, and emergency care. It is the responsibility of the dentist and other oral health care professionals to identify patients with systemic diseases, compromising conditions, and disabilities that have an impact on, and can be impacted by, oral health treatment. In this serial lectures, we focuses on a number of medical problems that dentists might encounter in daily practice that necessitate extra knowledge and care to prevent potential complications causing otherwise unnecessary morbidity and mortality. These include diabetes, multiple drug interactions, cardiac abnormalities, and infectious disease. We are presenting how to recognizing a patient with suspicious medical problem by taking a thorough health history.



Speakers :
  Dr. Febrina Rahmayanti, drg, SpPM(K)
  drg. Gus Permana, SpPM(K), PhD

Moderator :
  Moderator KPPIKG
0
Kakatua Room
HO30
Oct. 12, 2019
1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
FULL-Achieving Optimum Dental Caries Identification using The Latest Technology

It is free for general and specialist dentists. One participant only can be registered to one free hand on.



Speakers :
  drg. Dini Asrianti, SpKG(K)
  Iffi Aprilia, drg, SpKG(K)

Moderator :
  Moderator KPPIKG
0