Dr. Kevin Kin Wai NG

Dr-Kevin-Kin-Wai-NG

Marital Status :Married with 3 children

Cedric 34   LLB (Hon) in Law, HK City University

LLM(UNSW) , Practicing Lawyer, Australia.

Zevon 32   BDS (HKU), B Food Sc (RMIT, Melbourne)

Adrian 16   Form 5, King’s College, New Zealand

 

Professional Experiences

1980-1981  Dental Officer Darwin Health Department.

Darwin Aboriginal services

1981-1984  Dental Officer, Medical & Health Dep., HK

1981-1982  P/t Clinical Lecturer in Periodontology. HKU

For BDS II students First clinical Year

1984-2015  Private Practice

1989-1992  Honorary Consultant Dental Surgeon,

United Christian Hospital

1999-2004  Pt Lecturer, Dental Public Health Projects

For BDS V students, HKU

1997-2005  P/t Clinical Lecturer, OMFS for BDS 4 & 5, on MOS

2000-2014  Facilitator, Dental Faculty, HKU

PBL(Problem Base Learning) for BDS II to BDS V

 

2007-2010  Hon. Assistant Clinical Professor,

Master Degree Supervisor, Faculty of Dentistry, HKU

2006-2015  p/t Clinical Lecturer,  Oral Rehabilitations

2008-2010  Examiner & Trainer, Specialist Training Pathway,

Community Dentistry,  HK College of Dental Surgeons

2008-2010  Chairman, HK Society of Community Dentistry

2010-2015  Hon Professor ,Muhammadiyah University, Indonesia.

 

Social Services:

1971-1973  Volunteer Life Guard,

Tasmania Star, Award of Merit, Royal Life saving Society.

1972-1973  Volunteer, St John Ambulance

1977-1979  Chairman HK Student Asso.,  South Australia

1981-1988  Scout leader,  90th HK Scout Association

1988-2013  v. Chairman,  Shaukeiwan Scout Asso.

1987-1989  Demolition Party (Appointed by Hong Kong Government)

For illegal dentists & doctors Compensations

1989-1990  Area Committee Member, North Pont District

2009-2013  Volunteer Dental Officer for handicapped

Dental Corp, St John Ambulance

2015-2016  Hon Sec.,  HK Stomatological Asso.

2016 President, HK Qishan Association

 

Publications:

  • 1/ Importance of ORAL HEALTH Education in Undergraduate Dental Students’ Training. A Treatise submitted as partial requirement for Dental Public Health Diploma, Sydney University, 1983.
  • 2/  Immunological Responses in Human Saliva with Acupuncture Stimulations. A Thesis submitted as partial requirement for the Master of Dental Surgery.Sydney University, 1988.
  • 3/  Effect of Acupuncture on Immunoglobulins of Serum, Saliva and GingivalSulcus Fluid. Am Journal of Chinese Medicine, Vol.XVII, No.1-2, pp89-94, 1989.
  • 4/  Stress in Dental Practices. Hong Kong 2000 Dental Millennium Report, HKDA, 2000.
  • 5/  Removal of Stomatognathic Infective Foci for Effective Acupuncture Treatments. Pacific Journal of Oriental Medicine, December, pp79-81, 2001.
  • 6/  Longevity of a Resin-modified Glass Ionomer Cement and a Polyacid – modified Resin Composite Restoring Non-carious Cervical Lesions in a General Practice. Australian Dental Journal, Dec., 2004 Vol 49 No.4 pp196-200
  • 7/  International Implant Identity Card Dental Asia, July, 2008
  • 8/  Consent for Implant Dentistry Dental Asia, No 141,Jan., 2010 pp12-13
  • 9/  Safety in Dental Radiation Dental Asia, Nov/Dec, 2011 pp19-22
  • 10/  Safety of Bone Grafts used in Dental Surgery Dental Asia, July/Aug, 2012 pp26-30
  • 11/  Digital CT Imaging- A modern tool for Oral Diagnosis & treatment Planning Dental Asia, Sept/Oct, 2012 pp28-30
  • 12/  Use of Glass Ionomer for Implant Provisional Restorations Dental Asia, Mar/April, 2014 pp47-49
  • 13/   Asethetic Improvement By InVisalign to correct Severe Class III Malocclusion Dental Asia July/August, 2014 pp62-66
  • 14/  Coronectomy Dental Asia, 2016 Jan/Feb. pp40-42  http://www.dentalasia.net/ebook/DA_FebMar2016/index.html
  • 15/  Pilot Studies on Class III Malocclusion Correction usingInvisalign Aligners. Dental Asia June, 2016 pp 52 57 http://www.dentalasia.net/ebook/DA_MayJune2016/index.html