Clinical A/Prof (USYD) Neil Peppitt

Clinical A/Prof (USYD) Neil Peppitt is currently a Clinical Professor at The University of Sydney School of Dentistry whilst maintaining a Specialist Prosthodontic dental practice in Sydney. His training and practice is in all areas of Prosthodontics; Crown and Bridge, Partial and Full Dentures, Maxillofacial prostheses, Implants and Jaw function and he has run many postgraduate and continuing education courses. He is a clinical consultant to a range of dental companies. He has been involved integrally in the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons and numerous state, federal and international boards and committees.


  • Disasters, catastrophes & calamities- medico-legal cases
  • TMD for general practitioners: simple diagnoses & treatments
  • Facial pain
  • Clinical impressions in fixed crown & bridge – common traps and ensuring predictable outcomes
  • Consequences of implants in the ageing patient
  • The dentists’ role in sleep medicine


Professor Camile S. Farah

Specialist in Oral Medicine & Oral Pathology

Qualifications: BDSc, MDSc (OralMed OralPath), PhD, GCEd (HE), GCExLead, MAICD, AFCHSM, FRACDS (OralMed), FOMAA, FIAOO, FICD, FPFA, FAIM

Camile is a dual registered specialist in Oral Medicine and Oral Pathology with sub-specialty training in Oral Oncology. He maintains a private practice in Oral Medicine at Perth Oral Medicine & Dental Sleep Centre, is a Consultant in Oral Medicine at Fiona Stanley Hospital, Consultant Oral Pathologist with Qscan Radiology Clinics, and Consultant Oral Pathologist with Australian Clinical Labs.

Camile obtained his undergraduate dental degree from the University of Western Australia, followed by a PhD in Oral Pathology & Immunology and specialist training in both Oral Medicine and Oral Pathology at the University of Queensland. He gained further experience in oral diagnostic sciences at the Eastman Dental Institute, University College London. Camile is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons (Oral Medicine), the Oral Medicine Academy of Australasia, the International Academy of Oral Oncology, the International College of Dentists, the Pierre Fauchard Academy, the Australasian College of Health Service Management, and the Australian Institute of Management, and is a Member of the International Association of Oral & Maxillofacial Pathologists, the Australia & New Zealand Head and Neck Cancer Society, and the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Camile is a clinician-pathologist with 23 years’ experience in oral medicine and oral pathology, with particular interest in oral mucosal pathology, salivary gland pathology and bone pathology. He has published upwards of 175 scientific papers and book chapters, and is senior editor and author of an authoritative comprehensive 3-volume textbook entitled “Contemporary Oral Medicine” composed of 45 chapters written in conjunction with 149 world-renowned colleagues from 25 countries. He is also Associate Editor for the “Journal of Oral Pathology & Medicine” and “Oral Cancer”, and a Reviewing Editor for “Oral Diseases”. He has held various academic and leadership appointments and has lectured extensively both locally and internationally. Currently, Camile is Chairman of the Australian Dental Research Foundation.


• Oral Cancer and Precancerous Conditions
• Pigmented Lesions
• Oral Ulcerative and Vesiculobullous Conditions
• Gingival Pathology
• Viral and Fungal Infections
• Salivary Gland Disorders

Dr Cheng-Yee Rossiter

Dr Rossiter graduated in 1988 from Sydney University and has had a fulfilling career as an Officer in the Royal Australian Navy, followed by Private Practice, then as a Senior Dental Officer at Northern Sydney Local Health District, and is now a Senior Dental Officer at the Emergency Dental Department of Westmead Centre for Oral Health (WCOH). He has over the last 10 years also been a Clinical Supervisor for the University of Sydney Dental School, Discipline of Oral Surgery for the education, training and mentoring for post graduate students. 

Cheng has practised General and Emergency Dentistry, including Surgical Dentistry supported by Conscious Sedation with Relative Analgesia, IV Sedation and General Anaesthesia. Cheng has also provided education and training in Relative Analgesia for WCOH CPD courses for over 10 years with participants from private and public practice.

Lecture Topics:

  1. Relative Analgesia Parts 1&2.
  2. Basic Life Support Refresher training
  3. Emergency Surgical Dentistry Case Presentation.
Dr Gary Kilov (1:42)
Dr Asha Nair (1:31)
Dr Ralph Audehm (1:11)