7th Southern Dental Congress – 2

Southern Zone
7th Southern Dental Congress
Date: 31st Oct – 2nd Nov 2014
Venue: Grand Paragon Hotel, JB
Main Sponsor
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Speaker Sponsor
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Friday,31st October 2014: Ballroom Level 2
8.30 – 9.00
9.00 – 10.30
Dentist Program/Lecture
Fluorosis – are you seeing more of this?
10.30 – 11.00
11.00 – 12.30
Changing paradigms in paediatric caries management
12.30 – 14.00
14.00 – 15.30
To Fill, Seal or Heal?
15.30 – 16.00
16.00 – 17.30
So what’s new in Paediatric Dentistry?
Dr. Tan Wee Kiat
Dr. Md.Badrun Nafis
bin Saion
Dr. Bien Lai
Dr. Tabitha Chng
Saturday , 1st November 2014: Ballroom Level 2
8.30 – 9.00
9.00 – 10.30
12.00 – 12.45
Dentist Program/Lecture
A 21st Century random walk in Fixed Prosthodontics. What
are the rules?
Paradigm Shift In Caries Management – A Non-Surgical
Opening Ceremony
12.45 – 14.00
14.00 – 15.00
15.00 – 15.30
15.30 – 17.00
Digital dentistry - The Future is NOW!
Minimal Intervention Aesthetic Dentistry
10.30 – 11.00
11.00 – 12.00
A/Professor Ansgar
Dr. Cyanthi
Menteri Besar Johor
Dr. Yue Weng Cheu
Dr Karthikeyan
Sunday, 2nd November 2014: Ballroom Level 2
8.00 – 8.30
8.30 – 10.00
Dentist Program/Lecture
11.30 – 12.30
12.30- 14.00
Enhancing Clinical Skills In Endodontics: Saving Teeth
Autotransplantation Of Teeth: An Old Technique With New
Expanding Horizons in Dentistry
14.00 – 15.30
Management Of Oral Vesiculobullous Diseases
Dr. Chelsia Sim
15.30 – 16.00
16.00 – 17.30
Risk and Benefits of Orthodontics—The importance of
informed consent
Dr. Erica Sham
10.00 – 10.30
10.30 – 11.30
Dr. Victoria Yu
A/Professor Asher
Dr. Chan Siew Luen
Dr Tan Wee Kiat
Current position
Senior Consultant , Head , Paediatric Dentistry Unit,
Restorative Department National Dental Centre of Singapore
Adjunct Senior Clinical Lecturer
National University of Singapore
Educational Qualifications
Bachelor of Dental Surgery, University of Singapore
Master of Science ( Children’s Dentistry), University of London
Certificate Advanced Paediatric Dentistry, New York University
Fellow , Academy of Medicine Singapore
Lecture Title: Fluorosis – are you seeing more of this?
Fluoride is the dentist’s prime preventive agent against decay, but what is the evidence for and
against water fluoridation, given the low decay prevalence in most populations? Is fluorosis
increasing? What are the current recommendations for use of toothpaste in children? These are
questions that you, as a dentist will be asked, either by your patients , or by medical or para medical
colleagues. This lecture gives you an overview of fluorosis and suggests some answer.
Dr Bien Lai
Dr Bien Lai has obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Dental Surgery from the National University of Singapore
in 2006. Thereafter, she was awarded the Ministry of Health Overseas Scholarship to specialize in
Pediatric Dentistry for 3 years in the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill). She is American board
certified in 2012 and has recently obtained dental specialist accreditation in Singapore. She is currently
working as an Associate Consultant in the Paediatric Dentistry Unit in National Dental Centre Singapore.
Her research interest is in baby oral health and barriers to dental care.
Lecture Title : To Fill, Seal or Heal?
Just as how GV Black’s “Extension for Prevention” is no longer relevant in today’s management of the
carious lesion, the concept of caries as a disease to be treated has now moved even further away
from an operative paradigm, to a more medical one. Consequently, many techniques such as
remineralisation and partial caries removal are being utilized in paediatric dentistry not only due to
the increased level of patient comfort they afford, but also in their effectiveness. This lecture will
review some of the science and techniques behind paediatric “minimal intervention dentistry”, and
put into perspective its role and usefulness in the management of children’s oral health.
Dr Tabitha Chng
Current position
Registrar, Paediatric Dentistry Unit
Restorative Department, National Dental Centre Singapore
Educational qualifications
Bachelor of Dental Surgery, National University of Singapore
Masters of Science (Paediatric Dentistry) University of Toronto
Fellow of the Royal College of Dentists of Canada
Diplomate, American Board of Pediatric Dentistry
Lecture Title : So what’s new in Paediatric Dentistry?
A) As a clinician, you face the time-consuming challenge of keeping up to date with new restorative
technologies and materials. Which are clinically sound with good science to back it up? We weigh in
on new alternatives poised to overtake the heavyweights of paediatric dentistry: formocresol
pulpotomies and the stainless steel crown.
B) Poor dietary practices are partly to blame for dental caries. This truth has been preached over the
years, but have children’s diets evolved over time and what implications does it have on dental status
Dr Md.Badrun Nafis bin Saion
Dr Md Badrun Nafis Saion is a Paediatric Dentist currently practicing in National Dental Centre Singapore.
He graduated from National University of Singapore with Bachelor of Dental Surgery in 2000 and
completed his Doctor of Clinical Dentistry in 2011 from University of Melbourne. He is also currently Head,
Community Dental Services of Singhealth Polyclinics. Dr Badrun is a father of five children and is
passionate about sharing the importance and care of children’s teeth with the community.
Lecture Title : Changing paradigms in paediatric caries management
Management of dental caries in children has come a long way since the days of “Gas and pull teeth”.
Current research has shown the primary dental pulp to have great reparative capability. It is after all,
one of the sites where stem cells can be harvested. In the management of caries, the clinician is
confronted with difficult choices, indirect pulp cap or pulpotomy- to leave caries or not. Do we settle
for a one stage or a two stage caries removal? This lecture will show cases, in the light of current
Associate Professor Ansgar Cheng
A/Prof. Ansgar C. Cheng is a Prosthodontist with Specialist Dental Group, a Prosthodontic Specialty Board
Examiner with the Royal College of Dentists of Canada, an Adjunct Associate Professor with the National
University of Singapore and an Honorary Associate Clinical Professor with the University of Hong Kong. He
is currently the Chair of Prosthodontics, College of Dental Surgeons of Singapore.
A/Prof. Cheng received his dental training from the University of Hong Kong (1990) and his specialty
training in Prosthodontics from Northwestern University, Chicago (1992). He pursued his sub-specialty
training in Maxillofacial Prosthodontics at UCLA (1993). A/Prof. Cheng spent 11 years in Toronto, Canada
where he was the Head of Maxillofacial Prosthetics at the Princess Margaret Hospital, a Consultant to the
Department of Otorhinolaryngology (ENT) at the Toronto General Hospital and an Assistant Professor of Prosthodontics
with the University of Toronto.
In addition to his clinical work, A/Prof. Cheng also serves on the Editorial Board for the Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry, the
International Journal of Prosthodontics and the Singapore Dental Journal. He has published widely in peer-reviewed
journals and speaks regularly internationally.
Lecture title : A 21st Century random walk in Fixed Prosthodontics. What are the rules?
Technological changes have been happening at a faster pace since the last century. Globally, newer
treatment modalities are being introduced on an almost an hourly basis. Prosthodontic rehabilitation
has long been a successful clinical treatment modality. Traditional treatment protocol in general
requires a longer period before definitive prostheses are placed. Even though traditional procedures
are highly predictable, recent scientific developments and public demand are driving toward more
speedy completion of the overall treatment process. On the other hand, potential treatment issues
are seldom discussed in most scientific literature or clinical teaching. In this presentations, we will
explore the less commonly known facts about recent prosthodontic rehabilitation treatment
modalities. The role of newer CAD-CAM material, prosthodontics and surgical principles will also be
discussed. The practical and scientific concerns in contemporary fixed prosthodontics will be
identified and there will be suggestions on how to merge the scientific evidence with everyday
practice. A variety of clinical issues will be covered and practical tips will be shared with attendees.
Dr. Victoria Yu
Dr Yu is Assistant Professor in Endodontics and Graduate Endodontics Director at the Faculty of Dentistry
in the National University of Singapore. Besides maintaining a practice restricted to endodontics at the
University Dental Cluster, she is involved in teaching and research. Her current clinical research interests
include vital pulp therapy, quality of life issues following dental trauma and endodontic pain. She also
collaborates with microbiologists and dental material scientists in endodontics-related studies.
Lecture Title : Enhancing clinical skills in endodontics: saving teeth painlessly
Endodontic pain may present as a flare-up that stops the patient from performing planned activities
and upsets the smooth running of the dental practice. However, it is possible for the dentist to take
control and turn it into a win-win situation for the patient and the practice. This lecture intends to
discuss effective ways of managing endodontic pain for a successful practice.
At the end of the lecture, participants should be able to:
Describe the nature of endodontic pain.
Identify potential risk factors.
Effectively manage the patient suffering from endodontic pain.
Associate Professor Asher Lim
Associate Professor Asher Lim obtained his basic dental degree from National University of Singapore in
1990 and his Master of Dental Surgery; Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery from University of Hong Kong in
1996. . Dr Asher Lim is the Director of the Discipline of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Director of the
Postgraduate Programme for the Master of Oral and Surgery and the Vice-Dean of Clinical Affairs of the
Faculty of Dentistry, National University of Singapore He is also the Clinical Director of Dental Centre,
National University Health System. He is the Chair of the Dental Specialist Accreditation Committee for
oral and maxillofacial surgery, Ministry of Health. Dr Lim is also a Fellow of the Academy of Medicine,
Singapore and Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons. He was awarded the HMDP Scholarship in 2002 and spent a
year in Harvard School of Medicine as a Clinical Fellow. He published a book on the Guidelines of Management of Dental
Patients that are medically compromised and contributed a chapter to book on acute surgical management. Associate
Professor Asher Lim has been teaching both the undergraduate and postgraduate students for many years.
Lecture Title : Autotransplantation of teeth: An old technique with new perspectives
What is autotransplantation? In simple terms, it is using one’s tooth to replace a missing tooth in
mouth of the same individual. This technique was first reported in the early 1950’s to replace missing
or carious molar using wisdom tooth. This technique was applied to using other teeth to replace
missing anterior teeth. However, since the introduction of the concept of osseointegration by Prof
Per-Ingvar Brankmark in the 1950’s and the first implant placed in 1965, dental implantology has
grown by leaps and bounce and is commonly prescribed to patients besides denture and fixed
bridges and very quickly autotransplantation lost its popularity. Among many of these treated
globally every day, autotransplantation could be one of the treatment option. Have we forgotten this
clinical technique which has been studied and used over the last few decades since pioneering work
in the transplantation of teeth was first under taken by Apfel (1954) and Miller (1956). This clinical
technique has been reported in clinical situations where premolars are used to replace missing upper
incisors in a crowded dentition, impacted or ectopic teeth; in patients who do not wish to have
orthodontic treatment to align an ectopic tooth, replacement of developmentally absent teeth. In
fact, this old technique has much wider application than reported.
Dr Chelsia Sim
DR CHELSIA SIM is currently an associate consultant at National Dental Centre, Singapore in the
Department of Oral Maxillofacial Surgery. She graduated with Bachelor of Dental Surgery from the
National University of Singapore in 2005. She completed her residency in Oral Medicine at the University
of California, San Francisco and was conferred her Masters degree in 2010. In 2013, she successfully
completed her training in Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology at the University of Iowa. She treats oral
diseases such as lichen planus, pemphigus and pemphigoid, recurrent stomatitis, Sjogren’s syndrome, oral
diseases related to HIV and other infectious diseases. She also treats patients with head and neck cancer
and precancerous lesions. Dr. Sim is also actively engaged in the histopathology service in SGH.Dr. Sim is a diplomate of the
American Board of Oral Medicine and a Fellow of the American Academy of Oral Maxillofacial Pathology.
Lecture Title : Management Of Oral Vesiculobullous Diseases
Oral ulcers are commonly encountered in the practice of dentistry. The management of oral ulcers
vary depending on its etiology. This lecture will review the diagnostic approaches and treatment of
selected oral ulcerative diseases such as recurrent aphthous stomatitis, oral lichen planus, erythema
multiforme, pemphigus vulgaris and mucous membrane pemphigoid. Discussion of the many
differential diagnosis and premalignant considerations will be included. A brief overview of the
management of these oral ulcerative diseases including the use of corticosteroids, cytotoxicimmunosuppressive drugs and other supportive measures will be included.
Dr. Yue Weng Cheu
Dr. Yue Weng Cheu is an ISCD certified International CEREC trainer - Paris 2010, Istanbul 2012 and
Barcelona 2014. He has been using the technology since 2007 at his practice and has clinical experience
using the Red Cam, Blue Cam and currently, the Omnicam. He has conducted lectures and hands-on for
small group meetings such as the Prosthodontics Society of Singapore, SAORI study club and also at
international meetings in Indonesia and in Malaysia. He believes the blend of technology and material
science utilized in CEREC has transformed dentistry and with the proper bonding technique, long term
success of the restorations can be achieved.
Dr. Yue is the Clinical Director of DP Dental and his practice focuses on integrated utilisation of advanced dental technology
such as Laser, CAD-CAM and 3D Jaw tracking and Imaging to enhance diagnostic and therapeutic outcomes for his patients.
Lecture Title: Digital dentistry - The Future is NOW!
With the introduction of powderless imaging system for chairside CAD-CAM, the time has arrived for
us to explore incorporating this system into our daily workflow. The increased ease of use and the
powerful software platform makes it compelling to include it as part of one’s practice and save on
time for both the patient and the clinician. I will be sharing my personal journey with the use of a
chairside CAD-CAM system and its role in enhancing treatment outcome for patients. CAD-CAM
dentistry has always been an integral part of a larger interdisciplinary approach in my practice which
leverages on technology and a philosophy deeply-rooted in being conservative and minimally
invasive. Apart from the clinical applications of chairside CAD-CAM and the discussion of compatible
materials, the chairside workflow for the system will be presented. I will also be sharing the benefits
the system has provided for the clinicians and patients in my practice, but also the challenges
through actual case studies.
The provision of dentistry has been based on a few dominant occlusal philosophies and one of them
is neuromuscular dentistry. The understanding of the physiologic position of the muscles and joints
coupled with gnathological relationship of the teeth forms a defining management concept on TMD.
We will explore the head to toe influence of the bite and how the postural system depends on it.
With the use of CEREC connect, the fabrication of the anatomical splint has turned digital. I will share
with you the digital workflow in this SIN-USA collaboration.
 CAD/CAM Patient experience, comments and case studies
 Neuromuscular Therapy
Dr Chan Siew Luen
Dr Chan graduated from the National Univeristy of Singapore in 1989 and went on to train in Oral and
Maxillofacial Surgery in the University of Hong Kong. After finishing his residency in Hong Kong in 1994,
he returned to Singapore and started his private practice restricted to Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in
Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre. He has held many leadership positions in Singapore including being
President of the Association of OMS and the College of Dental Surgeons. He is currently a member of the
Singapore Dental Council where he chairs the Aesthetic Facial Procedures Oversight Committee.
Lecture Title: Expanding Horizons in Dentistry
The practice of dentistry is constantly evolving. This stems from progressive thought leaders within
the dental profession as well as changing expectations of patients. Consideration of facial aesthetics
in conjunction with dental aesthetic treatment is gradually gaining traction in USA and UK. This is a
logical progression as much of modern dentistry is already in the realm of elective aesthetic
procedures. Facial aesthetic procedures enhance the perioral structures that frame the dental
aesthetic treatment, giving the patient a more satisfying outcome. However, there is no dental
school or medical school that teaches such procedures to their students. Training is done through
private courses after graduation. Unfortunately, these courses may not be as rigorous as it should be
and that has, in some cases, resulted in catastrophic consequences. This presentation provides an
overview of the of facial aesthetic procedures in dentistry and the experience of regulating it in
Dr Enrica Sham
Dr Enrica Sham completed her Bachelor of Dental Surgery at National University of Singapore (NUS) in
2005, where she graduated with Dean’s List. She then obtained her Master of Dental Surgery (Orthodontics)
from NUS and Diploma of Membership in Orthodontics from the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh in
Dr Sham is an accredited specialist in Orthodontics with Singapore Dental Council. She is currently the
Clinical Director of TLC Dental Centre, and a part-time clinical tutor in NUS. She is a Fellow of Academy of
Medicine Singapore, and an executive committee member of the Association of Orthodontists, Singapore.
Lecture Title: Risk and Benefits of Orthodontics—The importance of informed consent
Orthodontics can greatly improve a patient’s appearance and also facilitate in restorative treatment
to improve the success and predictability of treatment outcome. Although orthodontic care is highly
effective, it is important to dentist to know both the positives and negatives, so that these can be
explained to patients to help them make the best possible decision. This presentation aims to discuss
the benefits of orthodontic treatment, as well as its risk and limitations.
Dr. Cyanthi Seneviratne
Dr. Seneviratne received her bachelor of dental surgery in India and completed a special attachment at the
Faculty of Dentistry, University of Singapore (NUS).
Prior to joining Colgate Cyanthi gained teaching experience as an assistant lecturer at the Dental Faculty,
University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka and gained research and product development experience for 10 years
as a Senior Product Manager Asia-Pacific region at Shofu Inc. Singapore.
In 2010 Cyanthi joined Colgate Palmolive Asia Division as the Senior Scientific Affairs Manager. With
special interest in the area of prevention technologies and dental research she has initiated several research programs,
expert panel discussions and presented lectures in the Asia-Pacific region.
Lecture Title: Paradigm shift in caries management – a non-surgical approach.
During the last decade our understanding of the dental caries as a disease and methods of detecting
and monitoring it at early stages have advanced significantly, changing our approach towards nonsurgical management with a focus on prevention.
This presentation will provide a brief overview of dental caries as a continuum of disease and discuss
the outcome of a number of caries management initiatives in Malaysia. New technologies in
toothpaste formulation to maximise the caries benefits will be highlighted
Dr Karthikeyan Ponnusami
Dr. Karthikeyan graduated in Dental Surgery from Meenakshi Ammal Dental College at “The DR.
MGR Medical University” India in 2004. He later continued his studies at the Dental Institute in
King’s College London where he received his Master’s in Clinical Dentistry in Fixed and
Removable Prosthodontics.
Dr. Karthikeyan is trained under leading Esthetic and Prosthodontic Rehabilitation Specialists like
Dr. Mauro Fradeani, Dr. Galip Gruel, Dr Christian Coachman and Dr. Mario Basek. He is currently
working as a Senior Clinical Lecturer at the Dental Faculty at Allianze University College of
Medical Sciences. He is also a Member of the European Prosthodontic Association
Lecture Title: Minimal Intervention Aesthetic Dentistry
Crowns and conventional veneers are the most common form of functional and aesthetic restoration
for the treatment of compromised anterior dentition. There are number of conservative treatment
modalities that are evolving which leaves dentist with a variety of treatment options. This makes the
dentist’s job very difficult to choose the appropriate treatment for a particular clinical condition.
These wide range of conservative options on the other hand give us the opportunity to select a
method which would conserve the maximum amount of natural tooth structure which is of
paramount importance in the preservation the biological, functional and aesthetic aspects of the
dentition. The treatment modalities should always be in order of simplest to the more complex
procedure. This lecture will give an insight on conditions which can be managed in a conservative
approach rather than with crowns or conventional veneers.
Saturday , 1st November 2014: Sapphire 3, Level 4
8.30 – 9.00
9.00 – 10.30
10.30 – 11.00
11.00 – 12.00
12.00 – 12.45
12.45 – 14.00
14.00 – 15.00
15.00 – 15.30
15.30 – 17.00
Auxiliary Program/Lecture
Effective Ways for Handling Paediatric Patients for Nurses
Paradigm Shift In Caries Management – A Non-Surgical
Opening Ceremony
Hypnodontia: Nurses role in managing patient’s anxiety :
Part I
Hypnodontia: Nurses role in managing patient’s anxiety :
Part II
Dr. Nabilah Sawani
Bte Harith
Dr. Cyanthi
Menteri Besar Johor
Dr. Ben Fadzil Mohd
Dr. Ben Fadzil Mohd
Dr Nabilah Sawani Binti Harith
DDS (Malaysia), MFDSRCS (Edinburgh), DDENT (London)
Clinical Specialist of Paediatric Dentistry,
Hospital Sultanah Aminah Johor Bahru
Graduated from UKM, Malaysia -2006
Obtained MFDSRCS in 2012
Obtained DDENT- 2013
Currently working as Clinical Specialist of Paediatric Dentistry in HSAJB
Lecture Title: Tips and Tricks in Handling Paediatric patients for Dental Nurses.
As a patient, the children differ in several aspects to adults. Approaches to dental management in
this group varied according to their developmental milestone and a few factors that influencing their
behaviour. Our aims are to instil a positive dental attitude and to establish appropriate strategies in
order to deliver preventive regimes and treatment.
Dr. Ben Fadzil Mohd Salleh
A Clinical Hypnotherapist, a known Business Forensic Psychologist, and Certified Master Trainer for
Hypnotherapist, a Board Certified Hypnotherapist and also a Neuro Linguistic Programming Therapist.
Dr. Ben is a certified member of the International Medical & Dental Hypnotherapist Association
(IMDHA), International Association of Counselors and Therapist (IACT) and the National Foundation of
Neuro Linguistic Programming (NFNLP) in USA respectively. Dr. Ben is also a committee member and an
Education Expert Panel committee with the Association of Hypnotherapy Practitioner Malaysia (AHPM).
AHPM is a registered body under the Traditional & Complementary Medicine, which is recognized by
the Ministry of Health Malaysia. Trained in various field of Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy, he carries with him a good 35 years
of hands-on experience on training and therapy works. Educated and trained in Florida in the US and in the UK, Dr. Ben
specializes in the highest level of Hypnosis, Hypnotherapy, Stage Hypnosis, Street Hypnosis, Covert, Conversational
Hypnosis and Mind Control Techniques among others.
Dr. Ben operates a Clinical Hypnotherapy Centre in Kuala Lumpur and runs “Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy” courses for the
public and public sector.
Lecture Title: Hypnodontia: Nurses role in managing patient’s anxiety
Synopsis: This talk would describe the technique and preliminary approach of a dentist, dental nurse
and a dental technician on the use of “Hypnosis in the elimination of Fear and Anxiety” on a dental
patient. These include the removal of imaginative and created pain of a patient’s perception on a
dentist, dental regulators and dental works. This talk also explores the patient pre-set mind due to
the result of an experience or memory seeding in the false creation of “Expected and Unexpected
Pain”. Audiences can also expect to experience a simple hypnotic technique in handling a dental
patient’s fear
Azim Ranmal graduated in Electrical Engineering from the University of Kaiserslautern, Germany.
After 10 of years of experience as a Data Centre Systems Engineer at International Business Machine
(IBM), he joined Sirona Dental Systems, working as a Sales Manager for Imaging and CAD/CAM in
Europe and now in SEA. Azim has extensive experience with Cone Beam CT, CEREC and INLAB based
applications for dentists and dental technicians.
Saturday , 1st November 2014: Sapphire 3, Level 4
8.30 – 9.00
9.00 – 10.30
Auxiliary Program/Lecture
Evolution of CAD/CAM Technology and Research
10.30 – 10.45
10.45 – 11.45
11.45 - 12.45
The Transition from Conventional Lab to Digital Lab
Opening Ceremony
12.45 – 14.00
14.00 – 15.00
15.00 – 15.30
15.30 – 17.00
The Benefits of Digital Impressions for all Ceramic Restorations
Overview of INLAB Software Features such as Easier, Intuitive Design Tools,
Improved Workflow and Utilization of Full Contour Zirconia Material for Creation
of Multiple Bridges and Custom Implant Abutments
Organizing Chairman : Dr. HJ Ahmad BIN HJ Ali
Scientific Chairman : Dr. Hong Yong Huat
MDASZ Chairman : Dr Ben C. Ng
Advisor : Dr. Angie Chin Mee Wong
Secretary : Dr. Emmy Chan
Treasurer : Dr. Jolene Lai
Registration : Dr. Siaw Yean Na
Trader Exhibition : Dr. Leong Chee San & Dr. Matthew Hong
Poster Competition and Nurses Program : Dr. Salman Masri, Dr. Sheila Rani,
Dr. Muz’ini Mohammad
Speaker Welfare : Dr Elizabeth Wong Siew Geik
Emcee : Dr Rani Panadam
CPD & Technical Manager : Dr. Tan Yuan Yang
Certificate : Dr. Emmy Chan, Dr. Tee Jing Loo
Photographer : Dr. Wong Kian Seong
Moderators : Dr. Steven Phun , Dr. Chia Ah Chik , Dr. Ben C. Ng
Flyers: Dr. Sharon Hor Wan Shyen
7th Southern Dental Congress
Date : 31st Oct – 2nd Nov 2014
Venue : Grand Paragon Hotel, Johor Bahru
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