“I would like to post a review on the IAAD Advanced Pain Course that I attended on Friday and Saturday last week. I was so impressed by the quality of the course, the organisation, handouts and the interaction between attendees. The part that was most helpful was that the course was structured beautifully with presentation of the theory, plenty of time for discussion and then hands on exercises where we treated each other. We learned about clinical examination, muscle palpation, occlusal analysis, kinesiology and motor nerve reflex testing, techniques in acupuncture, trigger point injections, CGF and more. It was a very small group of people and this made it a perfect learning environment. We all felt both enlightened and amazing after the course as many of us were relieved of our own pain through the treatment provided! A very special guest speaker attended and was able to give us an insight into the applications of medical acupuncture. I couldn't speak more highly of this course and I extend a heartfelt thank you to Drs Kenneth Lee, Cary Fraser, Jonathan Low and the rest of the IAAD team for putting together a brilliant course that has improved my diagnostic skills and given me the ability to provide some adjunctive therapy for patients experiencing craniofacial pain..”
WHAT PAST PARTICIPANTS ARE SAYING
Dr Y. Ong 2017
"The biggest advantage IAAD has over other courses
(I have done ...... and ......) is the support it provides. Marianne gives me great feedback and if I'm really worried I send Jon or Ken an SOS message. It's great to have peace of mind knowing I have them to support me as we all make mistakes when we first start doing ortho."
Dr R L
"Thank You So much Ken,I had advanced so far within these past few months and did my first 2 cases with bone graft with CGF and sticky bone today. I was nervous with first patient as the tooth I removed was 16 and I could see maxillary sinus.But at this stage all is good. I'm so new to this.But I love new advanced medicine/dentistry outta there."
Dr Y S
"IAAD Ortho course in last session was powerpacked with lot of knowledge about interceptive Ortho and different appliance therapy. It was amazing to learn about twin blocks in detail and methodical way. Ken is a very good teacher.
Just managed to digest all the info from last month and now we learnt direct and indirect bonding. Everyone of us did both set ups on models, demonstrated and guided step by step.
It's also empowering to learn how to diagnose orthodontic problems without opening patient's mouth. And you know that it's etched in your mind when u start diagnosing everyone around you at the airport with crooked posture and abnormal facial features !!!"
Dr D T
"I have done a few implant courses before, this is probably the most comprehensive one I have been to. So far we have covered biology, pros, case selection, full examination ( including full muscle palpation, occlusal analysis, TMJ assessment, parafuncion assessment etc), pharmacology, surgery set up different features in implant to look for, socket preservation, use of CGF, ridge splitting and socket expansion, cbct etc list went on."
Dr W S
"Just finished the Hands On course this weekend with IAAD.
It was very good and I picked up many points during the session.
It was useful not only those of us who have had no prior experience with fixed orthodontics, but even those among us with many years of ortho experience picked up a few pearls!"
Dr M P
"I did the IAADent course by Dr. Kenneth Lee, Dr. Cary Fraser and Dr. Jon Low! Not aggressive in their marketing!
But it sure delivers!!!!!!!!
I had no ortho experience before and found it to be very comprehensive! Very personal! Small classes and every student gets their queries answered!!"
Dr J C
"Course review: IAAD Comprehensive Implant course.
......From the instructors, I have picked up quite a few clinical gems which will be practical for my practice such as medication, surgical techniques, patient management, use of CGF to enhance the clinical result, mechanical design etc."
Dr W S