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The first ever Australian-made turbine handpieces from Gritter. Recently donated to the ADAQ Museum of Dentistry.
Queensland dentists, Dr Arosha Weerakoon and Dr Lynlee Tatnell, have been awarded the 2022 Australian Dental Association Queensland Branch (ADAQ) and BOQ Specialist Dental Excellence Bursaries.
ADA Federal Treasurer Dr Martin Webb interviewed on ABC Sunshine Coast Drive with Annie Gaffney. Dr Webb discusses the role dentists play in the detection and treatment of head and neck cancers, following John Farnham's public diagnosis.
In partnership with BOQ Specialist, ADAQ is offering two bursaries ($5500 each) that recognise and help dental professionals who are committed to learning and development.
ADAQ President Dr Matthew Nangle joins ABC North QLD Breakfast radio host Michael Clarke to discuss Dental Health Week, ADA oral health survey and how much toothpaste is enough.
ADAQ Past President and Gold Coast Councillor Dr Norah Ayad, was recently on ABC Brisbane Breakfast radio with Craig Zonca and Loretta Ryan, to discuss the annual ADA survey.
ADAQ Past President and Gold Coast Councillor Dr Norah Ayad on 4BC radio talking to Sofie Formica about how Queenslanders have been avoiding the dentist.
Dr Foley has been recognised for his efforts, appointed a member of the Order of Australia for significant service to community health and to dental education.
The Australian Dental Association advocates for the government to support oral health care of aged care citizens.
Following a recent request to ADA members by the President Dr Mark Hutton to lobby the major political parties in the run up to next month’s federal election by putting pressure on candidates in their electoral area.
Recently, there have been some important changes to the regulations for the Medicines and Poisons Act 2019 (Medicines and Poisons Act).
ADAQ has made a submission to the TGA regarding announced changes to the legislation for Dentists who manufacture, import or supply custom-made medical devices.
QScript is Queensland’s real-time prescription monitoring system and it is one step closer to being implemented for health practitioners to use.
ADAQ Oral Health Promotion Committee
The reality is our eating habits play a major role in tooth decay, which is a diet related disease. Sugars in the food and drinks we eat are taken up by bacteria, producing acids that attack the outer layer of tooth enamel.
We encourage all Members to read the consultation paper and provide their views on the proposed refinements.
Mouthguard March is an oral health campaign that urges the public to protect their smiles and seek custom fitted mouthguards from Dental professionals.
Professor Paul Kelly
From 1 February 2021, all PBS and RPBS prescriptions must include active ingredient name(s). The below article details the changes, what prescribers need to do and where they can get more information.
A COVID-19 cluster is emerging in the Northern Beaches area of Sydney. Queensland’s Chief Health Officer (CHO) has imposed some restrictions on visitors to Queensland.
Queensland dentists, Dr Mia Zhu and Dr Georgia Sheahan, have been awarded the 2020 Australian Dental Association Queensland Branch (ADAQ) and BOQ Specialist Bursary.
This year there are changes to the renewal questions about working with blood borne viruses.
The Australian Dental Association - Queensland Branch (ADAQ) is calling on the
Queensland Government to mandate water fluoridation in Queensland.
Pre-budget submission to the Queensland Government to mandate water fluoridation in Queensland.
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