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News Bulletin : ADA News Bulletin November 2010
18 NOVEMBER 2010 Current Contents Dental Outlook the popular 'how to' magazine What's new. An overview of new developments. Implant update. New developments. Keys to implant success. If implant identification is required. 4 steps. Tips on identifying an unknown implant if a problem occurs. Vol 9 No 2 September 2010 An updated material-selection guide for core build ups. Gives latest information on resin-composite and GIC products marketed for this purpose. Plus handy tips. How to make a comfortable 6-tooth upper anterior splint. A practical, economical technique that overcomes the difficulties some patients may experience with other types. Plus pages of more handy tips..... Dental Outlook is published 4 times yearly in March, June, September and December by Dental Outlook Publications Pty Ltd. Subscriptions: 1 year - $128 incl GST and postage 2 years - $240 incl GST and postage Mail to: Dental Outlook Publications Pty Ltd. PO Box 275 Camperdown NSW 1450 Australia (cheque or credit card). For credit card payments: Phone:02 9557 9330, fax:02 9557 9004 or e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org Independent - has no paid advertising or hidden sponsorship. The Australian Dental Research Foundation (ADRF) recently celebrated 40 years as a joint project of the Australian Dental Association Inc. and the Australian Dental Industry Inc. Our aim is to support research in dentistry for the purpose of improving the dental health of the community. Established in 1970, all serving Board of Directors and Research Advisory Committee personnel are honorary. Each year a record number of grant applications are received and once again this has been the case for the current year with outstanding quality submissions received for consideration. Each one is carefully assessed by the Research Advisory Committee. A few will be rendered ineligible for funding because they are outside guidelines or fall short of expectations in some other way. The remainder are awarded marks and placed in rank order to become eligible for funding, subject to its availability and possible pruning of their requested budgets. Dental research receives very little support other than through the ADRF. Dental disease is near the top of lists depicting causes of distress, diminished productivity and economic loss within our community. Fundraising from external sources for such purposes is not easy and we are forever endeavouring to explore all avenues available to gain funding for this all important part of dentistry. In this regard, I do respectively ask all ADA members for your kind consideration in giving generously to ADRF, your ADRF. This is my final term as ADRF Chairman -- a role of which I have thoroughly enjoyed four years at the helm as well as a Director for the past 16. I will still be available to serve this most wonderful part of dentistry and assist in cementing a stream of funding to ensure dental research continues here in Australia for the betterment of all concerned. Ian N Crawford Chairman Australian Dental Research Foundation A copy of the ADRF Supporting Membership Form is enclosed with this issue. Additional information, donation and membership forms can be found on the ADA website at www.ada.org.au/about/adrf.aspx and you are encouraged to make a commitment to the Australian Dental Research Foundation. THE AUSTRALIAN DENTAL RESEARCH FOUNDATION celebrates 40 years ADRF news "...you are encouraged to make a commitment to the Australian Dental Research Foundation."
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