• Myofunctional Orthodontics for General Dental Practitioners and Specialists

    Introduction Mouth breathing, tongue thrusting, reverse swallowing an d thumb sucking (known as  incorrect myofunctional habits) are the real causes of malocclusion. More than 75% of children have a developi ng malocclusion which is evident from as early as 5 years of age.  Earl y myofunctional orthodontic treatment using the right appliances can address the causes of the malocclusion while the child is still growing - often wit hout the need for braces or extractions. This hands on course will give participants the knowledge needed to get started with treatment of simple c ases using the MRC’s Myobrace and Trainer appliances to correct the ca uses of malocclusion. Expected Outcomes 1)    Be able to understand the concept of soft tissue dysfunction and how this leads to malocclusions 2)    Know how to carry out basic myofuncti onal evaluation and treatment planning to get started with using Myobrace ap pliances. 3)    Have an understanding of the different ap pliances available for use in different situations 4)    Have an understanding of how to get best patient compliance 5) &nbs p;  Be able to use the system to treat simple cases

    Credits:10.00 Expires:27 February, 2016

  • KOA MSA CPD March 2016

    Hand injuries-Flexor and Extensor tendons.

    Credits:3.00 Expires:03 March, 2016

  • The Role of vaccination in chronic kidney disease.

    Renal Montly meeting

    Credits:3.00 Expires:27 February, 2016


    The goal of medical therapy in upper gastrointestinal bleeding (UGIB) is to correct shock and coagulation abnormalities and to stabilize the patient so that further evaluation and treatment can proceed. High doses may reduce the need for endoscopic therapy

    Credits:3.00 Expires:25 February, 2016