Saturday, 15 September - 2:30pm
Digital dentistry has evolved significantly in the past decade. Orthodontic diagnosis and treatment planning has also changed for the better. We can now predictably diagnose and plan patients with difficult and complex malocclusions and sleep disorders.This lecture will focus on cases we encounter in day to day practice.
Dr. Temo gained his Bachelor of Dental Surgery Degree(with credit) from the University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. Dr. Temo spent three years in Wellington, New Zealand working in both Hospital and private practice. He then returned to Dunedin to complete his Master of Orthodontics (with distinction) from the University of Otago. Dr Temo then went on to receive membership with the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh, and Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons. He teaches at University Of Sydney on the Orthodontic postgraduate programme, and has been president of the ASO(NSW) state branch previously. Dr. Temo is a member of many professional associations including the Australian Society of Orthodontists and Australian Dental Association. He resides in Canberra with his Wife , and three children. He maintains a fulltime private practice here is Canberra.