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Dental specialists caring for children’s oral health

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AUSTRALASIAN ACADEMY OF PAEDIATRIC DENTISTRY

The Australasian Academy of Paediatric Dentistry is an organisation of Specialist Paediatric Dentists whose primary concern is the practice, education and/or research specifically related to the speciality of Paediatric Dentistry.

Its purpose is the advancement of the speciality of Paediatric Dentistry to benefit the oral health of the community.

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LATEST NEWS

Our colleagues in NZ have set up an exciting AAPD Conference from Queenstown with fantastic local NZ speakers including Dr Moira Smith, A/Prof Ben Wheeler, Dr Rob Corbett

Dear friends, colleagues and members, Happy New Year and welcome to your new AAPD website! After such a difficult year, I, along with your AAPD

While face-to-face conferences and seminars aren’t yet back on the agenda for Australia-based members, AAPD is pleased to still be able to deliver quality online

LATEST RESOURCES

What is a Paediatric Dentist?

Paediatric Dentistry is the branch of dentistry that is concerned with preventive and therapeutic oral health care for children from birth through to adolescence…

Special Needs Information

The general rules for good oral care apply to all children. These rules focus on improving resistance to tooth decay, reducing harmful bacteria in the mouth…

Treatment in wheelchairs

For many children in wheelchairs, it is fairly simple to transfer from the wheelchair into the dental chair. For others, the transfer may be more complex or not…