NEWSLETTER DECEMBER, 1991
Hong Kong Dental Association * it-
DUKE OF WINDSOR SOCIAL SERVICE BUILDING, 8TH FLOOR, 15HENNESSY ROAD, HONG KONG. TEL: 5285327 FAX: 5290755
company. It is now over 18 months since the initial
MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT launch and I am most delighted to report to you that
according to the follow-up study by Frank Small &
Associates, we were able to significantly alter the
public's attitude towards our profession and our ser-
It was almost 5 years ago, when the idea of launching vices. The details will be elaborated at a latter article in
a mass-media public relations campaign was con- this issue. We have been advised that efforts in this
ceived by the Council and the Committee on Market- direction should be continued and you can be assured
ing of Dentistry. We have borrowed experiences from that the Council and the Committee on Marketing of
other developed countries at varies FDI congresses. Dentistry will be working very hard to obtain further
Development of the television campaign was made sponsorship towards this most worthwhile project.
possible through a generous sponsorship from the
Johnson & Johnson (Hong Kong) Limited. There were At this festive time of the year, I am bringing you
a number of parameters that interested us. Therefore, another piece of good nows. Dentistry will be formally
the produced film incorporated some of the following incorporated into the Academy of Medicine. The Acad-
themes: they are now listed in decreasing order of emy of Medicine legislation will be sent to the legisla-
priority. tive Council definitely before the Chinese New Year. I
have been informed that in this particular ordinance,
1. To heighten public awareness on the importance the word "Medicine" incorporates both the Medical
of good oral health; and Dental professions. The exact mechanism of
Dentistry's entry into the Academy have not been
2. Recognition on the importance of regular profes- totally finalised. However, we will probably be organised
sional dental care; as a Faculty and will subsequently develop into an
independent College within two years. You will all be
3. Recognition of the concept "Your teeth are meant receiving an appeal from the Academy of Medicine
to last for a life time."; Foundation Fund to bring this monumental establish-
ment into reality. It is envisaged that a total sum of
4. Prevention is better than treatment; HK$100 million will have to be raised. We have spent
many hours of deliberation and preparation towards
5. Public recognition of the Hong Kong Dental Dentistry's inclusion into the Academy of Medicine. It
Association. is now the individual's opportunity to show our sup-
port. Three members of the dental profession have
With these ideas, two different segments were been enlisted into the Academy of Medicine Founda-
developed of 30 seconds each. Prior to the launching tion Fund, they are Dr Jeffrey Tsang, Prof Stephen Wei
of these film segments on local television stations, and myself. There will be a series of events related to
both English & Chinese, an attitudinal survey about the fund raising activities. I am seeking support from all
oral health on the Hong Kong public was conducted. of you, not only in monetary terms but more impor-
The survey was conducted by the marketing research tantly, towards participation when such opportunity
firm—Frank Small & Associates. The entire project arises.
was monitored very closely by the Council and the
Committee on Marketing of Dentistry, we worked
Wishing you all a Happy and Prosperous 1992.
closely with the media stations as well as the production
President: Dr Homer W.K. TSO A#H • Vice President: Dr Philip S.L. Tang SF<? A • Honorary Secretary: Dr Joseph C.Y. Chan
• Honorary Treasurer: Dr John Y.K.Ling #.*.# • Council Members: Dr George C.K. Lau #]:*,•&
Dr Eli Schwarz if.S- Dr David Y.W. Sun #.&$ Dr Johnny Wong ix.fi
Dr WONG Tin Chun # JR.* Dr Keith K. W. Yuen * H f • immediate Past President: Dr Thomas H.L. Ip * It pi
• Executive Secretary: Miss Elsie Ho
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wooden stick helps to diagnose fracture tooth. Pain
ONE-DAY CONTINUING EDUCATION when the bite is relieved off the stick may suggest a
COURSE fracture. The crack may be shown up by the fibre-Optic
light shone occlusally and bucco-lingually. His comment
on the test cavity was 'it is a joke1.
This year's course was held on December 8, at the All the information collected above should be able to
Prince Philip Dental Hospital, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. show whether the pain is of dental origin? Is the pulp
199 members and guests attended the course with Dr vital? Is the pulpitis reversible? The baselines for re-
Christopher J.R. Stock from U.K. spoke on the topic versible pulpitis are: 1. Pain of short duration on cold or
'Update on Endodontics'. hot. 2. Pain difficult to locate. 3. Radiating pain. 4.
Tooth not tender to percussion. 5. Normal radiograph.
Dr Stock started by laying down the aims of modern For irreversible pulpitis, the pain is elicit by hot lasting
endodontics,. Endodontic lesions are caused by micro- for minutes to hours. The pain may be spontaneous
organisms. The root canal system cannot be sterilised. and often at night. The tooth is TTP. And there is
We can only reduce the number of microbes to the point radiographic change. Dr Stock stressed that there
the body can tolerate and heal by itself. So the aims are should be at least two independent signs/symptoms
to clean the canal system properly, shape it, and fill it before a tooth is root treated, e.g. tender tooth with
three-dimensionally. Cleaning is most important. He positive radiographic change.
said 'what's removed is more important than put in'.
A number of contraindications for endodontic treat-
The diagnosis of endodontic lesions is difficult. Infor-
ment should be noted at the treating planning stage.
mation has to be compiled from the health history,
These include Infective Endocarditis, non-functional
case history, clinical examination, and diagnostic tests,
tooth, unrestorable tooth, insufficient periodontal sup-
before a diagnosis can be reached.
port, poor oral hygiene, and poor prognosis.
There are a number of health conditions that may
affect treatment. Examples are Infective Endocarditis, Apicetomy should not be carried out unnecessarily. It
Congenital Heart Diseases, Rheumatic Fever, artificial should be done only when root filling by non-surgical
heart valves, joint replacement, Cardiovascular dis- technique has not succeeded or is unlikely to succeed.
eases, Hypertension, Haemophilia, Diabetes, Hepati- Or biopsy is necessary at or near the apex of the tooth.
tis, Chronic Renal Failure, immune suppressed states, Amalgam is no longer used for retrograde filling. Glass
radiotherapy, venereal diseases, and other debilitating ionomer is not recommended as it is practically impos-
diseases. sible to isolate and dry that area. Dr Stock suggested
the use of IRM instead.
Clinical examination should start extra-orally. Any
swelling should be noted. Dr Stock suggested to look Elective devitalization can be considered when the
for swelling by looking from above down, rather than vitality of the pulp is questionable or will be endan-
straight on. Intra-oral examination should reveal infor- gered by the treatment. Post-core fabrication, over-
mation on the patient's oral hygiene, caries preva- denture, internal resorption, root resection, and
lence, quality of restorations, missing and un-opposed crowning of a malaligned tooth are indications for
teeth, swelling, sinus tract, discoloured teeth, and elective devitalization.
The preparation of root canal requires an understand-
Dr Stock then commented on the various diagnostic ing of the canal morphology and the using of proper
tests including palpation, radiograph, percussion, mo- instrument. Dr Stock stressed that there is no round
bility, pulp testing, local anaesthetics, wooden stick, canal. Lateral canals occur on 50% of the cases, and it
fibre-optic light, and test cavity. Palpation is a very is not possible to sterilize root canal systems. He also
reliable test to locate the origin of the pain. Percussion stressed the racial differences of the canal systems. In
should be done by fingers. Radiographs should be Chinese, 15% of the 1 st mandibular molar has 3 roots
taken with the paralelling technique. It is better to and 45 % has 2 canals in the distal root, 55 % of
standardise all radiographs by pointing the cone from mandibular second molar has complete root fusion
mesial towards distal so that the buccal root is always and there is a high percentage of C-shape canals. 82 %
on the distal side of the film. He cautioned us that the of mandibular 1 st premolar has two canals and Leong 's
radiographs can be misleading. Sometimes more than premolars are common.
one radiographs taken at different angle is necessary.
Pulp testing with heat or cold (by using GP, rubber Dr Stock then introduced a number of instruments for
wheel, hot water, ice, carbon dioxide, or ethyl chloride) root canal preparation. Reamer cuts only when turned
is very crude. The EPT is a better test. The local which produces round hole. It is obsoleted now since
anaesthetics is not very precise because the no canal is round and we cannot round canals. K-file is
'intraligamental injection' is infact intra-osseous. The quite good and it is a standard instrument; K-flex file is
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recommended because it is more flexible and cuts cause this will not shuffle anything apically. First use a
better than K-files: Flex-0-file has more flutes, but it is small instrument to derive the working length. Sec-
too flexible and buckles easily when forced; Heli-file is ondly, use Hedstrom files to clean the straight part of
not useful; Hedstrom-file is nice, cuts well but it cannot the canal a few millimetre from the working length and
be twisted otherwise it breaks; Unifile or S-file is flare and clean this part of the canal. Then use Gates
similar to Hedstrom-f ile with double helix, so it has two Glidden sizes 2 then 3 to complete shaping this part.
cutting blades at any one point, it is more flexible at the Thirdly, clean the remaining apical portion of the canal
tips and very expensive; Gates-glidden burs are indis- with the 'Step-back' technique, working from working
pensable for endodontic work. length back. Dr Stock also suggested to use anti-
curvature filing in curve canals by filing predominantly
A number of agents can be employed for canal irriga- away from the curve in ratio 2 or 3 to 1 to minimize the
tion with Sodium Hypochlorite (0.5 - 1%) highly chance of perforation. Concerning the use of canal
favoured. It can be made by diluting household bleach medication, Dr Stock only suggested to use Calcium
to the recommended concentration. Sodium Hypo- Hydroxide when bacteria is still present. If vital tissue
chlorite is bactericidal, not particularly harmful to tis- is left behind, Ledermix helps. IRM is the best material
sue even through apex, and it dissolve organic debris. for temporary filling.
The irrigation needle should be placed as far as pos-
sible, then withdrawn a little bit to let the needle 'free', Dr Stock then devoted considerable time on the use of
a needle with gauge 27 can be used for canal size 30. Calcium Hydroxide. It is bactericidal and radiolucent. It
The design of the needle does not matter, it is the dissolves organic materials and stimulates the for-
depth of penetration more important. Before going mation of calcified tissue. It can be used:
into the technique of the preparation, Dr Stock stressed
the use of rubber dam for endodontic treatment. The 1. in vital pulp therapy as direct or indirect pulp cap-
dam keeps saliva out and stops instrument falling into ping agent. Application of Calcium Hydroxide after
the throat. Ivory Clamps 1, W8A, and 14 are useful for pulpotomy may enable the roots to form completely.
nearly all cases. The agent may also cause sclerosis of canals which
will complicate future endodontic treatment.
The guidelines for canal preparations are : 2. as root canal dressing. The agent is particularly
. useful in controlling presistent exudation. It is su-
1. to prepare the canal in conical shape, narrowest at perior to CMCP in disinfecting canals. Calcium
the apical end. Hydroxide can also dissolve necrotic tissues and
2. to create an apical stop 1 mm short of the apex. enhance the tissue dissolving effect of Sodium
3. to maintain the canal in the original position. Hypochlorite.
4. to prepare the canal wet. 3. in root fracture. For vertical fracture not involving
5. to use instrument sequentially. the pulp chamber floor, it can help cleanse the
6. to avoid extruding debris. fracture line and decreased the chance of peri-
7. to widen the canal sufficiently for spreader. odontal pocket formation along the fracture line.
After a few months of Calcium Hydroxide treat-
The access cavity should be made to completely ment, the tooth can then be root treated and
remove the roof of the pulp chamber, create straight restored with the help of dentine bonding agent.
line access into the canals, be as conservative as For horizontal fractures, Calcuim Hydroxide can be
possible, allow retention of the temporary dressing, used in the coronal portion and helps to form a
and leave the cingulum intact as much as possible in calcified barrier. The apical portion can be surgically
anterior teeth. The intact cingulum is very important removed if it becomes necrotic.
for the subsequent fabrication of crown. Working 4. in resorption. Internal resorption entails prompt
lengths derived from diagnostic radiograph and elec- endodontics treatment. Warm filling technique is
tronic apex locator are acceptable while those derived required to obliterate the complicated canal mor-
by guessing from preoperative radiograph, imposing phology. External resorption of inflammatory na-
grid on radiograph, and the 'Ouch' length are unac- ture can be dealt with by Calcium Hydroxide and
ceptable. Dr Stock's comment on the electronic apex root canal therapy. Calcium Hydroxide cannot help
locators (for example, Neosono, Evident) was 'they other forms of external resorption.
are extremely useful no matter which brand you buy. 5. in root end closure. Calcium Hydroxide may either
So buy a cheap one and get used to it1. induce an anatomical closure (apexification) or a
calcified barrier formation. Calcium Hydroxide can
The preparation of canal by hand can be done with be introduced, after proper cleaning and irrigation
various methods. The 'Step-back' technique cleans with Sodium Hypochlorite, up to the apex with
the apical third first with files passing the most con- spiral filler or hand plugger and messing gun if the
taminated coronal part of the canal each time. So canal is large enough. The dressing should be
bacteria will be transported to the apical area. The replaced once in three to four weeks' time and the
'Step-down' technique is the method of choice be- tooth should be reviewed in six months. Paper
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point can be employed to check whether the calci- is sealed properly, the body can handle the small
fied barrier has formed, which then can be root- number of bacteria in the lateral canals. The silver point
filled. If no barrier is present, replace the dressing is not used any more. It is not compressible, fits poorly
if necessary. Dr Stock did not recommend the use at the apical area, and the corrosion product is toxic. Dr
of Calcium Hydroxide (e.g. Sealapex) as canal sealer. Stock cautioned us that when a silver point is removed
The agent is too soluble. and the canal reinstrumented, do not go to the working
length right away, otherwise a very painful blow-up will
The rest of the presentation was on modern tech- occur. It is better to clean the coronal 3/4 of the canal
niques and devices used to prepare root canals. To in the 1st visit, and then instrument the full length in
locate the canals, preoperative radiograph and good the 2nd visit. There are other root filling materials, e.g.
access are required. At each corner of the pulp cham- Titanium points, plastic points, and pastes, with Gutta
ber is a canal. Hard, sharp DT 16 is a suitable hand Percha points most favoured.
instrument. Long shank round bur and Gates Glidden
burs are also indispensable. To negotiate canal, fine Single cone Gutta Percha does not obliterate the canal
files (06) and lubricant are required. A fine file with a system. Of the many sealers on the market, Dr Stock
small curve at the tip using reciprocal quarter turn recommended AH26, Tubliseal, and Roths Sealapex.
technique together with suitable lubricant, without There are many techniques using Gutta Percha as the
using too much force is the way to negotiate fine filling material. For cold lateral condensation, Dr Stock
canals. Hibiscrub and RC Prep can be used as the suggested finger spreader over handled spreader which
lubricant. tend to exert too much force. The master G.P. should
be placed up to the working length (not 1mm short).
Dr Stock then listed the difficult problems of prepara- The 'tug-back' feeling is not used any more. For curve
tion. Ledge is easily produced by rotating instruments. canals, the full length of the canal can be reached by
A fine file with a small curve at the tip can sometimes the master G.P. point if it is inserted with lubricant -
make its way pass the ledge which is then smoothed such as water, or sealer. The minimum amount of
off. Turning stiff instruments can cause apical widenly. sealer should be used. The spreader should be in-
Anticurvature filing can minimize the risk of perfora- serted along the outer curve of a curve canal otherwise
tion. It is very difficult to get through dentine packing
the G.P. point will be pull out when the spreader is
near the apex. Broken instrument that cannot be
removed can be by-passed because no canal is round.
Lastly he warned us not to over-or under-prepare the
With Chloroform-dip technique. A G.P. point 1 size
canals. To avoid the above problems, Step-down tech-
nique is encouraged. For hand instrumentation, the larger than the prepared canal is chosen with the tip
push-pull (push in gently and pull to remove dentine) softened in Chloroform for 3 seconds. It is then in-
filing is recommended over other methods such as serted into a wet canal to take an impression of the
Rotation (Crown Down Pressureless Technique), Bal- apical part of the canal. The rest of the canal is laterally
anced Force Technique, Master File (SW file) Tech- condensed with accessory G.P. points. Rectified tur-
nique and Flexigate Technique. Anticurvature filing pentine oil is an substitute for Chloroform as it is too
should be used for curve canals. There are instruments toxic.
with modified tips which have less danger of transpos-
ing canal. For warm G.P. technique, the master G.P. is inserted
into the canal with several accessory points. Machine
For automated techniques, the Reciprocal Quarter is inserted to warm and melt the G.P. (e.g. Endo Tec)
Turn (Giromatic) causes apical widening in curve ca- in round circles. But the tips of the machine break
nals. The Vibratory Wave Form (Sonic Air) with cutting easily. The Thermocompacter employs mechanical
effective through a 100 micro-metre vertical move- energy to heat and melt the G.P. The Thermoplasticised
ment can create excellent result. The vertical move- G.P. (Obtura II) injects small amount of molten G.P.
ment (Path Finder) causes considerable vibration. The and then hand condensed to the working length, the
Random Movement is too bulky to use on molars. The rest of the root canal system is then filled up. The
ultrasonic machines create microstreaming of the Thermofile is a G.P. point with a flexible central carrier
irrigants that will clean the canal wall. In summary, to sized and tapered to match files. The G.P. is soften by
do endodontics on curve canals, fine, curve, flexible flame, and is inserted into the canal with a small
instrument is a must. The initial preparation should be amount of sealer. The carrier is then broken off. The
done by hand using lubricant and copious irrigation, problem with all heated technique is that the G.P.
employing the Step-down technique. Automated de- shrinks on cooling, and lateral condensation is still
vices can only clean, not shape, canals. needed.
The aim of root filling is to provide a 3-dimensional seal Thanks to Dr Christopher J.R. Stock for his informative
to the root canal system. It is not possible or necessary and practical presentation.
to fill lateral canals. If the pulpal side of the lateral canal
A total of 1067 door-to -door interviews with adults
aged 1 5+ were conducted in the tracking study (983 in
the benchmark study). The data was projected to
represent 4,480,000 individuals aged 15+ in ail adult
Although the majority of adults aged 15+ in Hong Kong
are stiil holding rather passive attitudes towards dental
health, the proportion of people who show concern
about dental health is found to be increasing. This can
be illustrated by the following findings:
i) incidence of regular dental check up has signifi-
cantly increased from 39% to 50%.
ii) More people express a need for regular dental
check up (24% up to 28%).
iii) Fewer people determine not to have dental
check up in the next 12 months (70% down to
Despite more people expressing a concern about
dental health, further effort in educating the public on
the importance of dental health is still necessary as the
entrenched belief of visiting dentist for solving teeth
problem still prevails in people's minds-40% consider
regular dental check up unnecessary unless having
YIU ON problematic teeth.
In other words, it is essential to convince the target
audience that problematic teeth is due to improper
The project jointly organized by the Hong Kong Dental care of teeth and regular dental check up is essential
Association and the Housing Authority will be held on to prevent teeth problems.
Sunday, 19 January 1992 at Yiu On Estate, Ma On
Shan from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Besides the usual dental Recognition of any HKDA ads is reasonably high;
health educational panels, four game stalls will be set around half claimed to have seen any of the ads. The
up by Boy Scouts and students from Shaukeiwan woman' version has registered a much a high
Public School to convey dental health messages to the awareness level than the 'children1 version. (43% vs
public. At the same time, a radio pop song show 17%)
featuring several pop stars will be broadcast live on
RTHK Radio 5 from 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. The carnival is The key message communication of the two ads are:
sponsored by Oral B. Please snow your support by
joining us on the 19th of January 1992. One should take good care of teeth.
Problems would arise if one doesn 't take good
care of teeth.
One should have regular dental check up,
RESULT OF THE HKDA TV
COMMERCIALS Besides, a significant minority of those who recognised
the 'woman' version also grasp the idea that healthy
teeth makes one look good.
Two series of HKDA TV commercials were launched in The majority of those who recognised the ad admit
the past year with the sponsorship of Johnson & that the ads remind them of the importance of dental
Johnson (HK) Ltd. A benchmark study carried out by a health and they also find the message relevant to their
marketing and research consultancy firm was held in needs. Although they are not found to be enjoyable to
February 1990 prior to the TV campaign and the tracking watch, the way in which the message is conveyed is
study was just completed to measure the effective- well liked for being easy to understand and appropriate
ness of the advertising campaign. for communicatina the idea of dental health.
Moreover, those who claimed to have seen the HKDA association. As some of your association members
ads show more positive attitudes towards dental health will come to New Zealand for the next year's Asia
as well as express a stronger need for regular dental Pacific Dental Congress in Auckland I love to invite
check up. This suggests that the campaign has fulfilled those who consider visiting Wellington to visit my
its role in influencing people's attitudes. home and if the weather is good coming out fishing in
my boat. Fishing in Wellington is not bad. All gears will
Interested members may contact the Secretariat for be provided.
reading the two reports.
My address is 30 Kilsyth Street, Karori, Wellington,
New Zealand . Phone no. is 04-4767-131. My business
FDSRCSEd BASIC MEDICAL address is 33 Broderick Road, Johnsonville, Wellington,
SCIENCES COURSE AND REVISION New Zealand. Phone no. is 04-4787-628.
COURSES IN PHYSIOLOGY
For those who are serious please contact me early so
that I have time to plan ahead.
7-25 April 1992 (8:30 am to 5:00 pm) Thank you once again.
For the Joint Primary MDS/Part1 FDSRCSEd Examina- Yours sincerely,
tion, August 1992.
Venue : Faculty Lecture Theatre, Level 3
Faculty of Dentistry From : W.M. Choi & Associates
National University Hospital Dental Surgeons
Lower Kent Ridge Road, Singapore 33 Broderick Road
0511 Johnsonville, Wellington.
G.S.T. No. 32-458-742
Fees : S$700 for the whole course
Please make cheque in Singapore
dollars payable to the "National RENEWAL OF PRACTISING
University of Singapore" CERTIFICATE
Closing date 31 January 1992
Accommodation Student hostels available at KE VII Members are reminded that Practising Certificates
Hall on a first-come-first-serve issued by the Dental Council of Hong Kong are due for
basis at S$330 per month (single renewal annually and should be applied for during the
room) first six months of each year.
Application : Available from the Secretary, Cheques should be made payable to HONG KONG
School of Postgraduate Dental GOVERNMENT and sent to the SECRETARY OF
Studies, NUS, National University DENTAL COUNCIL OF HONG KONG.
Hospital, 5 Lower Kent Ridge Road,
Singapore 0511 Fee: $250 for private practitioners, $75 for those in
Fax : (65) 7796520 Government/University (full-time) service and $150
for overseas residents.
A WARM INVITATION FROM
NEW ZEALAND OVERSEAS MEETINGS AND
Dear Honorary Secretary,
INTERNATIONAL DENTAL STUDIES (IDS) PROGRAM
Greetings. As the year is coming to its final two University of the Pacific, School of Dentistry
months it is time for me to ask you to kindly give me Division of IDS, University of Pacific
a copy of your desk calenders for next year. School of Dentistry
2155 Webster Street
However this time other than the usual goodwill ges- San Francisco CA 94115-2399 USA
tures I really have a chance to say thank you to your Tel : (415)929-6688
-6- December, 1991
B.C. DENTAL MEETING TAILOR-MADE X-RAY BOX (dark-room) for sale
March 26-28 1992 @$1,200
Vancouver Trade & Convention Centre NEW RITTER DENTAL LIGHT BULB for sale @$350
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B.C. Dental Meeting CLINIC FOR SALE. Established ground floor clinic in
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Vancouver, BC V6J 5C6, Canada good condition. Call Miss Chan for details: 725-4535
SPRING SCIENTIFIC SESSION DENTISTS INVITED TO JOIN as an associate or share
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23-26 April 1992 please contact Mrs Lau 908-11074 or 458-3213
Anaheim Convention Centre
Anaheim, California ESTABLISHED MODERN PRACTICE in Central for
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Post Office Box 13749 able. Dr Chan 546 0507 evening
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EXPERIENCED DENTAL SURGEONS preferably orth-
FOURTH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON odontist urgently required be established Dental prac-
OSTEOPOROSIS tice in Singapore. Assistance in getting PR. Fax re-
27 March - 2 April 1993 Hong Kong sume with contact number and address to Dr H C Voo
Information : at 001 65 444 0996
Ms Tian Gunther
Congress-Coordinator LOCUM. Fixed salary. 10-12:30 am, 2-7 pm. Holidays
FISO off. For detail, contact 1128638 call 2051
Congress Office :
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Equipments, Instruments and 7,000 patient records.
27TH AUSTRALIAN DENTAL CONGRESS Reasonable price. Please call Dr Cheung for details at
20-24 March 1993, Melbourne 490-1621 or 493-2495
Full details available later
PART/FULL TIME DENTIST is required. Candidate
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details to Advertiser, c/o HKDA Ref No : 5/91
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Kong Island East. Please ring 811-4360 (Tel recording) 1878
EXPERIENCED DENTAL GRADUATE: with minimum TUEN MUN DENTAL CLINIC IN POLYCLINIC estab-
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with managerial skill, own initiative, will pay top salary ner in established dental clinic in Yuen Long, NT.
for the right person. Please reply c/o HKDA Ref No 13/ Please reply to 401 B, New WorldTower, 16-18Queen's
91 Road Central, Hong Kong
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