Bargara Midwinter Meeting

Join Dr Lincoln Harris & Special Guests
in Bargara, Queensland.

Bargara Midwinter Meeting

Topics will Include:

  • Introduction to Restorative Dentistry
  • Step By Step Restorative Protocols
  • Aesthetic Tips
  • Communication Techniques
  • Complex Treatment Planning Practice
  • Fixed and Removable Prosthetics
  • And Much Much More

Presented By:

Dr Lincoln Harris

With Special Guests

Venue: Restoring Excellence Training Facility
Bargara Queensland 4670.
Address: Shop 4/16 See Street.
Date: TBC
CE: 12 Hours
COST: FREE for Dental Students
COST: AUD$200 for Dentists

For accommodation in Bargara contact Bargara Coastal Accommodation they manage a number of apartments and all are within walking distance to the clinic and training venue. Tell them we sent you.

We recommend flying  Qantas into Bundaberg.

In 2018 we had a fun midwinter event...

In 2017 we held the Inaugural Bargara Midwinter...

What people said about Bargara Midwinter...

Dr Lincoln is engaging, truthful, experienced and speaks from the heart. He lightens the situation where needed and is serious when required. See you at the next course!

Dr Rita Lai ... Dentist

Lincoln is great, he makes the whole presentation exciting, interesting and at the same time full of things to learn.


Dr Lincoln is Excellent. Most engaging speaker I have ever listened to.

Dr Jamie Lam ... Dentist

Great course! Everybody was very friendly and inviting. I picked up a lot from the presentations and Dr Harris really covered topics that we all wished to learn more about. Really recommend the course!

Daniel Cheung

I want to learn as much as I can as a student and be able to give my future patients the best dental care I can deliver to them.

Some things I learned: -The art of rubber dam, core buildup and impression taking. -Self-stress management as well. -Don't do it for the money or make myself into a situation that I have to do it for the money and not happy with what I do. -Do the best job I can to my ability and make sure it looks good, then the job should be good as well. -There's always a reason why some patients are "mad patient". Take time to understand and find a way to help them to cope with the dental procedures if they require drugs to settle them down then do it.

David Liu