Implant dentistry is becoming more popular by the day, how does one choose what course they want to take when learning implantology? Misagh Habibi is one of those clinicians who is taking implantology education to a new level in Australia.
This podcast we sit down with Misagh and hear his journey, and how it led him to becoming such a well decorated dentist with so much knowledge. He takes a keen interest in teaching all aspects of implant surgery at all levels through various outlets of the Implant Institute, which he is the director of. You can feel Misagh’s passion for teaching during our chat, and his outlook towards upping your skillset is both honest and wholesome.
Misagh is an endearing and humble guy with a positive attitude on life. I hope you enjoy this chat with Misagh as much as I did.
Dr Misagh Habibi
Dr Misagh Habibi qualified from The University of Western Australia (UWA) in 1999. In 2006 he gained a Graduate Diploma degree in intravenous sedation and pain control from Sydney University. In 2013 he gained his Masters degree (MSc) in oral implantology from Goethe University in Frankfurt. Dr Habibi has also been awarded a Fellowship and Board Certified Diplomate Status of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists.
Dr Habibi is Director of The Implant Institute (TII) and Course Lead for the Australian delivery of the PGCert and PGDip programs of the Cambridge Academy of Dental Implantology. He is an Academic Tutor and Clinical Supervisor of MSc (Oral Implantology) students for Goethe University Frankfurt, and as been appointed by Geothe as an Accredited Academic Clinic for teaching. Previously he has served multiple years as Honorary Clinical Consultant and Consultant Sedationist for UWA Dental School/Oral Health Centre of WA, and is now an Adjunct Senior Lecturer at UWA Dental School. Misagh spent several of his earlier days providing oral surgery and sedation services to multiple clinics, before settling into his implant focused practice for the past 13 years. Misagh is Surgical Associate of the All On 4 Clinic of Australia, performing and being referred challenging full arch implant cases.
Clinical Aligner Excellence
Aligners are becoming an integral part of private practice. Whether you are new to aligner therapy or an experienced practitioner, the opportunities are vast. But how do you do it at a high standard, efficiently and profitably?
Dr Geoff Hall and Dr Jesse Green have come together to help with these key problems through Clear Aligner Excellence – their latest education platform.
Keep your eyes open for their launch. You can expect a wealth of knowledge to help improve your practice as well as huge discounts on major aligner therapy companies and lab fees.
Dental Practitioner Support
Dental Practitioner Support is the first national 24/7 telephone and online service to support dental practitioner health and wellbeing in Australia.
The service is free, confidential and independent. Remember, good practice involves seeking support when you need it. Dental practitioners can call and speak to an experienced team ready to provide advice on a wide range of issues, including mental and physical health, workplace issues and general wellbeing.
Call them anytime you need, and even save the number in your phone so that it’s there on the day that you need it.
1800 377 700 or visit the website www.dpsupport.org.au
Principle Practice Management Software
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