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
Location:
Bargara Queensland 4670.
Address: Shop 4/16 See Street.
Date: June 28 and 29th 2019
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...

I had seen some of the cases completed by Dr Harris on social media sites and was interested in learning from him. I realised the need to implement a system for every procedure that you do in order to maximise efficiency.

Tips learned: Use Teflon tape to retract the gingiva; important to plaque-free the tooth (using plaque indicator and ultrasonic scaler) prior to restoring; need to learn to be comfortable with telling patients treatment is expensive.

Shannon Sia

Lincoln Harris, I have said it before...A kick arse leader, mentor and dentist. Very honest and straightforward.no sweet talk or sugar coating about your work or attitude.

Real learning starts when things go wrong..it's amazing to see how he holds your hand in the most difficult phase of treatment and brings you out like nothing ever happened. Shining star of the whole show.

Dr Sonia Yadav ... Dentist

Aesthetic dentistry has always been my passion and of course I would wanna learn from the best!

I've tried a few of Dr. Harris's techniques:

1. When giving IANB, don't touch bone the first time, and after giving B & L infiltrations come back to give the second IANB properly and fast, patients were giving positive feedbacks saying it was more pain free than when I was just injecting very slowly.

2. Leaving more spaces between punctured holes in rubber dam for better isolation.

3. Using probe for building finer anatomy instead of my usual flat plastic.

4. Wedges in before cavity prep.

5.Post-op X-ray to check for overhang.

Sapphire Zhang

I wanted an opportunity to continue to learn further to what I could learn at university and what can be applied to clinical practice

What I learnt: - The process of step by step working, having a system and sticking to it - Patient management - Best steps for LA

William Shield

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

Anonymous