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TOOTH BUNNY AT GOLD COAST KIDS EXPO - APRIL 28-30, 2017

Tooth Bunny at the Gold Coast Kids Expo.

Dr Annetta Tsang (TaTa) shared about children's oral health with visitors at the Gold Coast Kids Expo:

  • Friday April 28, 2pm - "Toothbrushing - when to start and how to begin?"
  • Saturday April 29, 11am - "Toothbrushing - when to start and how to begin?"
  • Sunday April 30, 1.15pm - "The First Dental Visit - when and why"

For more details, please visit www.mykidsexpo.com.au

GC Kids Expo_Tooth Bunny
Tooth Bunny Annetta Tsang_2017gckidsexpo

Dental AbstractS 2017 - volUme 62, Issue 1, pages 27-29

Dr Ta Ta's academic paper on Preterm Infants and Oral Health was featured in the January-February 2017 issue of the Dental Abstracts.

Dental Abstracts, published by Elsevier and the Pierre Fauchard Academy,  is a bimonthly publication that provides "Information from around the globe... featuring approximately 50 abstracts from key articles in dentistry."

   

 

 


Tooth Bunny's A-Z Tips for Terrific Teeth Book - Experts.Griffith.edu.au

Tooth Bunny's A-Z Tips by A/Prof Annetta Tsang_Griffith University

Dental Health Week -August 2016

Dr Ta Ta was featured in the official Gold Coast Health Facebook site during Dental Health Week 2016.


DENTAL HYGIENIST ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA ACT, BY REQUEST - Friday August 12, 2016

Dr Annetta Tsang was the keynote speaker at the DHAA(ACT Branch) Clinic Day at QT Canberra. She spoke on the topics of Fluoride Across The Ages and Non-Fluoride Agents for Dental Caries Prevention. 

DHAA ACT BY REQUEST _ Annetta Tsang

PAEDODONTIC UPDATE - FRIDAY JULY 15, 2016

Dr Annetta Tsang was one of the speakers at the Paedodontic Update at The Pullman Brisbane. She spoke on the topic of Paediatric Dental Care for the 0-3 Year Old Patient.

Paedodontic Update 2016_Annetta Tsang

Wrigley COMPANY FOUNDATION & ADAF Community SERVICE GRANT - August 2014

Dr Ta Ta was awarded a Wrigley and Australian Dental Association Foundation (ADAF) Community Service Grant. This grant enabled the development and implementation of the "Precious Children Priceless Smiles" (PCPS) oral health program at the Gold Coast University Hospital. The program, funded by the grant between September - December 2014, benefited over 100 children aged 0-3yo. The Gold Coast Oral Health Service continued to support the PCPS program, enabling many more eligible young children in the Gold coast community to receive specialist paediatric dental care.

ADA Qld News Bulletin 2014

ADA Qld News Bulletin 2014


AAUT Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning - OCTOBER 2012

Dr Ta Ta was awarded an Australian Awards for University Teaching (AAUT) Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning in 2012. Citations are awarded to individuals and teams with recognised quality teaching practices, who have made significant contributions to student learning in a specific area over a sustained period.