Associate Professor Angus Cameron

Associate Professor Angus Cameron completed Dentistry at the University of Sydney in 1984 and began work as a junior dental officer at Westmead Hospital. He was the first to complete the Master of Dental Science program in Paediatric Dentistry in NSW in 1991. Until very recently, he was a Visiting Senior Specialist at the Children’s Hospital and the head of the Department of Paediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics at Westmead. Currently he is Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Sydney and holds academic appointments at Newcastle and Charles Sturt universities . Angus is the co-editor of the Handbook of Paediatric Dentistry, to be published in its 4th edition and translated into 7 other languages. His clinical and research interests include craniofacial biology, paediatric oral medicine and pathology and the management of trauma and dental anomalies.


Emeritus Professor Kim Seow

Emeritus Professor Kim Seow, BDSc, MDSc, PhD, DDSc, FRACDS, FICD, a specialist paediatric dentist was the inaugural director of the University of Queensland Centre for Paediatric Dentistry at the School of Dentistry and coordinator of the DClinDent specialty training programme in Paediatric Dentistry for over 30 years. She has served on the editorial boards of the Journal of Dental Research and American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, and has held visiting professorships at the Children’s Hospital, Boston and the University of Minnesota. Her current research includes the oral colonisation of cariogenic bacteria in children, intervention strategies for early childhood caries and developmental dental abnormalities. She has authored over 200 original scientific publications in peer-reviewed journals and several textbook chapters.


Dr Faye Goodyear

Dr Faye Goodyear is an Orthodontist with a specialist practice in Toowong. She graduated from Guy’s Hospital in 1998 and then returned to complete her Masters degree in Orthodontics which she completed in 2005 prior to emigrating to Australia later that year. She also holds a honours degree in Psychology from the University of London. She is a past president of the Australian Society of Orthodontics Queensland branch and is a member of the Australian Orthodontic Society, The British Orthodontic Society and the European Orthodontic Society. She worked in the public sector for 10 years prior to taking over the sole ownership of her private practice. She has also taught Orthodontics to undergraduates at the University of Queensland. She is married with two children and in her spare time she cycles competitively.


Treatment Planning for the Paediatric Patient

Associate Professor Angus Cameron
  • Planning restorative intervention
  • Emergency care and the relief of pain
  • Maintaining or extraction of compromised teeth
  • Monitoring, review and maintaining the oral environment
  • Short, medium and long term treatment planning considerations
  • Preventive strategies and approaches

Dental Anomalies and Pathology in Children

Associate Professor Angus Cameron
  • Common dental pathology in children
  • Anomalies in tooth shape, size, position and number
  • Dental trauma and implications for underlying developing teeth
  • Enamel hypoplasia, enamel defects and MIH
  • Syndromes with oral and dental manifestation

New Insights in Early Childhood Caries

Emeritus Professor Kim Seow
  • Update on the biological factors of ECC
  • Insights in the psychosocial pathways of ECC
  • Current concepts of ECC prevention
  • Best practice in ECC restorative techniques
  • Future directions in ECC management

Interceptive Orthodontics for the Paediatric Patient

Dr Faye Goodyear
  • Impacted canines – what to look for and treatment approaches
  • Compromised first permanent molars – when to consider extraction
  • Missing lateral incisors – treatment options and considerations
  • Space maintenance – when to consider this and why
  • How to identify issues in the late mixed/early permanent
    dentition and what to do about them




The Stamford Plaza Brisbane Hotel is a Five Star Hotel, in the Brisbane CBD adjacent to the Brisbane Botanical Gardens and on the Brisbane River. All 252 accommodation rooms and suites have a view of the Brisbane River. The hotel is conveniently located to access the riverside cafes and shopping precincts within comfortable walking distance. The inner Queen Street Mall shopping area is only a short walk away, whilst the South Bank region can be accessed via a short ferry trip. The hotel also has a variety of restaurants.

For detailed hotel and accommodation information, click the following link to be directed to the Stamford Plaza Brisbane website. Alternatively a variety of accommodation options are available within the CBD including various other hotels and apartments.



Brisbane is the third largest city in Australia and the state capital of Queensland and offers a multitude of sightseeing, shopping, dining, recreational and leisure opportunities. Brisbane’s close proximity to the Gold Coast region to the South and Sunshine Coast region to the North add to the abundance of recreational and leisure opportunities, makes it a perfect holiday destination to explore the South-East Queensland region from.

The inner city offers a great variety of dining and shopping precincts both centrally located and speckled along the meandering Brisbane River, which provides convenient ferry transport to the Southbank precinct. Southbank is the dynamic arts and performance hub, with the Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Queensland Museum, Queensland Art Gallery and Queensland Gallery of Modern Art all located within close proximity.

Detailed information of inner city and greater Brisbane area sightseeing destinations, activities, arts, entertainment, sporting and much more is available at A multitude of organised day trips throughout the region are available, with many tour providers also offering extended day trips to the Gold and Sunshine Coasts and beyond.

Travel Info

The Brisbane International airport has direct flights to and from more than 30 international and 45 domestic destinations. Delegates, other than those who are Australian or New Zealand citizens, travelling to Brisbane for this event require a visa to enter Australia and can find further information on? the Department of Immigration Website All delegates are encouraged to arrange their travel and other insurances.

The Brisbane CBD is approximately 12km from and around 20 minutes from the domestic and international airport, however longer travel times are experienced on weekdays during the morning and afternoon rush hours. A multitude of transport options are available. The Airtrain provides a direct link to the CBD and departs every 15 minutes during peak hour. Taxi ranks are well supplied at most hours of the day at both the domestic and international airport. Various Ground Transport Operators and Bus Companies also provide access to the CBD and other locations including the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast regions. Alternatively, a large variety of car rental companies service the airport.

For detailed hotel and accommodation information, click the following link to be directed to the Stamford Plaza Brisbane website.



Brisbane has a subtropical climate with mild winter and warm or hot weather for the rest of the year. Maximum temperatures range around 17oC in winter and exceeding 30oC for most of the summer months.

Currency & GST

The currency across all states of Australia is the Australian Dollar. Goods and services in Australia are subject to a Goods and Services Tax (GST) of 10%. All event registration fees are payable in Australian Dollars and include a GST component.


Delegates with special dietary requirements should indicate these on the event registration form so that this information may be passed to the hotel’s banquet’s team. Whilst efforts are made to accommodate special requests, these cannot be guaranteed.


Name tags and certificates of attendance will be issued to all delegates attending the event.


The Brisbane and Queensland time zone is GMT/UTC +10:00 during standard time. Queensland does not utilise Daylight Saving Time and remains on Australian Easter Standard Time (AEST) all year round at GMT/UTC +10:00.


Paedodontics Update 2018

8:00am Registration
8:30am Treatment Planning for the Paediatric Patient
    Presenter Associate Professor Angus Cameron
10:30am Morning Tea
10:50am Dental Anomalies and Pathology in Children
     Presenter Associate Professor Angus Cameron
12:30pm Lunch
1:30pm New insights in Early Childhood Caries
    Presenter Emeritus Professor Kim Seow
3:10pm Afternoon Tea
3:30pm Interceptive Orthodontics for the Paediatric Patient
    Presenter Dr Faye Goodyear
5:00pm Conclusion

PAEDODONTICS UPDATE 2018 offers practitioners an in-depth look at various key topics in paediatric dentistry relevant to clinical practice. Topics for the event include dental anomalies and pathology in paediatric patients, treatment planning, new insights into early childhood caries and interceptive orthodontics. The event features A/Professor Angus Cameron, Emeritus Professor Kim Seow and orthodontist Dr Faye Goodyear, who combine to provide this valuable update and will discuss clinical and patient management approaches. Participants may use this event towards meeting the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) requirements as set by the Dental Board of Australia and the event has also received CPD verification from the New Zealand Dental Association (NZDA). The event offers participants up to seven hours scientific continuing professional development and registration is open to dentists, dental therapists and paediatric dental specialists. The event will be held at the Stamford Plaza Hotel in the Brisbane CBD. As with all Queensland Dental Group conferences, events and courses, no product or external company sponsorship is permitted to allow all presenters to provide their unbiased views and preferences. Dental CE the way it’s meant to be.



Paedodontics Update 2018

26 October 2018 BRISBANE

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