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  1. 1. ADTC 2005 Summer / Fall CoursesCourse Title: Fundamentals of DentistryDates: Saturday and Sunday March 12-13, 2005Instructors: Dr. Ira R. Luskin Dipl. AVDC, Dr. Glenn Brigden - Dental ResidentCredits Earned: 16 hoursDay#1 - Saturday - The interactive morning lecture will cover clinical anatomy as it relatesto oral health, disease and its treatment. The foundations of the dental exam, and oralprophylaxis for the treatment of periodontal disease will be thoroughly covered. In theafternoon the 4 hour wet lab will be on cadavers and will deal with the treatment ofperiodontal disease both conservatively and surgically:  Normal dental anatomy  Dental numbering system: Anatomic Vs. Triadan  Positional terminology  Malocclusions  Periodontal disease: etiology, symptoms, stages and treatment options  The thorough prophylaxis  Proper use of Doxyrobe  Surgical gingivectomiesDay#2 - Sunday Oral Pathology and Radiology: There will be 3.5 hours of lecture followedby a 4.5-hours laboratory. Lecture and Laboratory notes will be provided. The laboratorywill be both on skulls and cadavers. The lecture will cover the following topics for bothVeterinarian and Technician audiences:  Origins of Oral Dental Disease Familial vs. Acquired Lesions  Pathology of Tooth #s, Form & Position  Jaw Growth Abnormalities & Classification of Malocclusions  Oral Soft Tissue Acquired Abnormalities  Periodontal Disease, Trauma, Endodontic Disease  Congenital and Neoplastic DiseaseThe Radiology laboratory section will cover:  Dental radiology in your practice. Equipment / Materials  Indications for radiology Normal vs. Abnormal  Positioning for all standard views  Developing and ID of normal vs. abnormal structures. 1| 410.828.1001 | training@animaldentalcenter.com | www.animaldentalcenter.com |
  2. 2. ADTC 2005 Summer / Fall CoursesCourse Title: AAHA Dental Wet LabDates: Sunday March 20, 2005Instructors: Dr. Mark Smith, Dipl. ACVS, AVDC, Dr. Ira R. Luskin Dipl. AVDC, Dr. TiffanyBrown, Dipl. AVDCCredits Earned: nonePlease contact the AAHA directly for registration info. 2| 410.828.1001 | training@animaldentalcenter.com | www.animaldentalcenter.com |
  3. 3. ADTC 2005 Summer / Fall CoursesCourse Title:Oral Surgery 1, Oral Pathology, and Radiology "Three Day Course"Dates: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday April 8-10, 2005Instructors: Dr. Ira R. Luskin Dipl. AVDC, Dr. Glenn Brigden - Dental ResidentCredits Earned: 21 hoursDay#1 - Friday - Oral Pathology and Radiology: There will be 3.5 hours of lecture followedby a 4.5-hour laboratory. Lecture and Laboratory notes will be provided. The laboratory willbe both on skulls and cadavers. The lecture will cover the following topics for bothVeterinarian and Technician audiences:  Origins of Oral Dental Disease Familial vs. Acquired Lesions  Pathology of Tooth #’s, Form & Position  Jaw Growth Abnormalities & Classification of Malocclusions  Oral Soft Tissue Acquired Abnormalities  Periodontal Disease, Trauma, Endodontic Disease  Congenital and Neoplastic DiseaseThe Radiology laboratory section will cover:  Dental radiology in your practice. Equipment / Materials  Indications for radiology Normal vs. Abnormal  Positioning for all standard views  Developing and ID of normal vs. abnormal structures.Day#2-3 - Saturday & Sunday - Oral Surgery 1: Day 2: There will be 3 hours of lecturefollowed by a 5-hour laboratory. Day 3: 1 hour of lecture followed by 4 hours of Lab. Thelecture and laboratory notes will be provided. The laboratory portion will be conducted onboth cat and dog cadaver heads. They will cover the following topics for a Veterinarianaudience only:  Indications for Exodontia  Retained teeth, Interceptive Ortho, Impactions, Disarming, Treatment for LPGS in cats  Instrumentation and Materials for Exodontia  Procedures for surgical extractions  Dealing with Complications of Surgery  Maxillary Oronasal Fistula Closures  Techniques for Muco-gingival Pedicle Flaps 3| 410.828.1001 | training@animaldentalcenter.com | www.animaldentalcenter.com |
  4. 4. ADTC 2005 Summer / Fall CoursesCourse Title: Masters Level (Advanced) EndodonticsDates: Saturday and Sunday April 30 - May 1, 2005Instructors: Dr. Cecelia Gorrel Dipl. EVDC, Dr. Ira R Luskin Dipl. AVDCCredits Earned: 16 hours LIMITED TO 13 attendeesThis course consists of 4 one-hour lectures followed each by 4 three-hour wet labs. Topicscovered include:Conventional Root Canal Debridement with Rotary & Sonic Systems  Vetsonics  Light Speed SystemsObturations of the Prepared Canals  Ketac Endo  SuccessFil  UltraFilSurgical Endodontics  Access  Root Resections  Retrograde Techniques 4| 410.828.1001 | training@animaldentalcenter.com | www.animaldentalcenter.com |
  5. 5. ADTC 2005 Summer / Fall CoursesCourse Title: Clinical Advantage - Technicians WorkshopDates: Saturday and Sunday May 14-15, 2005Instructors: Dr. Ira R. Luskin Dipl. AVDC, Dr. Glen Brigden - Dental Resident, Lisa Taylor -Dental TechnicianCredits Earned: 16 hoursThe participants at the end of this course will understand their integral role in the dentalteam and will be well versed in the following lecture topics:  Normal Dental Anatomy  Tooth development  Eruption schedules  Dental formulas of domestic animals  Dental numbering system: Anatomic Vs. Triadan  Positional terminology  Malocclusions  Periodontal disease: etiology, symptoms, stages and treatment options  Oral radiographic pathology  Radiographic theory of shootingThe laboratory component is 11 hours on cadavers and skulls and will include:  Complete Dental Prophylaxis  Dental Charting  Instrument Care and Sharpening Techniques  Radiology: Taking, Developing and Interpreting 5| 410.828.1001 | training@animaldentalcenter.com | www.animaldentalcenter.com |
  6. 6. ADTC 2005 Summer / Fall CoursesCourse Title:Oral Surgery 1, Oral Pathology, and Radiology "Three Day Course"Dates: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday May 20-22, 2005Instructors: Dr. Ira R. Luskin Dipl. AVDC, Dr. Glenn Brigden - Dental ResidentCredits Earned: 21 hoursDay#1 - Friday - Oral Pathology and Radiology: There will be 3.5 hours of lecture followedby a 4.5-hour laboratory. Lecture and Laboratory notes will be provided. The laboratory willbe both on skulls and cadavers. The lecture will cover the following topics for bothVeterinarian and Technician audiences:  Origins of Oral Dental Disease Familial vs. Acquired Lesions  Pathology of Tooth #’s, Form & Position  Jaw Growth Abnormalities & Classification of Malocclusions  Oral Soft Tissue Acquired Abnormalities  Periodontal Disease, Trauma, Endodontic Disease  Congenital and Neoplastic DiseaseThe Radiology laboratory section will cover:  Dental radiology in your practice. Equipment / Materials  Indications for radiology Normal vs. Abnormal  Positioning for all standard views  Developing and ID of normal vs. abnormal structures.Day#2-3 - Saturday & Sunday - Oral Surgery 1: Day 2: There will be 3 hours of lecturefollowed by a 5-hour laboratory. Day 3: 1 hour of lecture followed by 4 hours of Lab. Thelecture and laboratory notes will be provided. The laboratory portion will be conducted onboth cat and dog cadaver heads. They will cover the following topics for a Veterinarianaudience only:  Indications for Exodontia  Retained teeth, Interceptive Ortho, Impactions, Disarming, Treatment for LPGS in cats  Instrumentation and Materials for Exodontia  Procedures for surgical extractions  Dealing with Complications of Surgery  Maxillary Oronasal Fistula Closures  Techniques for Muco-gingival Pedicle Flaps 6| 410.828.1001 | training@animaldentalcenter.com | www.animaldentalcenter.com |
  7. 7. ADTC 2005 Summer / Fall CoursesCourse Title: Endodontics 1, Oral Pathology, and Radiology "Three Day Course"Dates: Friday, Saturday and Sunday June 3-5, 2005Instructors: Dr. Ira R. Luskin Dipl. AVDC, Dr. Tiffany Brown Dipl. AVDCCredits Earned: 24 hoursDay#1 - Friday - Oral Pathology and Radiology: There will be 3.5 hours of lecture followedby a 4.5-hours laboratory. Lecture and Laboratory notes will be provided. The laboratorywill be both on skulls and cadavers. The lecture will cover the following topics for bothVeterinarian and Technician audiences:  Origins of Oral Dental Disease Familial vs. Acquired Lesions  Pathology of Tooth #s, Form & Position  Jaw Growth Abnormalities & Classification of Malocclusions  Oral Soft Tissue Acquired Abnormalities  Periodontal Disease, Trauma, Endodontic Disease  Congenital and Neoplastic DiseaseThe Radiology laboratory section will cover:  Dental radiology in your practice. Equipment / Materials  Indications for radiology Normal vs. Abnormal  Positioning for all standard views  Developing and ID of normal vs. abnormal structures.Day#2-3 - Saturday & Sunday - Endodontics 1: Day 2: There will be 3 hours of lecturefollowed by a 5-hour laboratory. Day 3: 2 hours of lecture followed by 3 hours of laboratory.16 hours total. Notes for the lecture and lab will be provided. They will cover the followingtopics for a Veterinarian audience only:  Indication for Vital Pulpectomies  Techniques and procedures for their successful implementation  Indications for Root Canal Therapy  Equipment and materials required for root canal therapy  Root canal access  preparation and obturation techniques  Restorative materials and their usages 7| 410.828.1001 | training@animaldentalcenter.com | www.animaldentalcenter.com |
  8. 8. ADTC 2005 Summer / Fall CoursesCourse Title: Masters Level (Advanced) PeriodonticsDates: Saturday and Sunday September 10-11, 2005Instructors: Dr. Keith Grove Dipl. American Board of Periodontology & AVDC, Dr. Ira R.Luskin Dipl. AVDCCredits Earned: 16 hours LIMITED TO 13 attendees  Gingival Augmentation Techniques  Free Connective Tissue Autografts  Pedicle Autografts  Guided Tissue Regeneration Techniques for Root Coverage  Frenectomies & Vestibule Deepening  Resective Osseous Surgery  Periodontal Flap (Designs, Incisions, Suturing, Post-Op Packing Material)  Splinting of Teeth 8| 410.828.1001 | training@animaldentalcenter.com | www.animaldentalcenter.com |
  9. 9. ADTC 2005 Summer / Fall CoursesExclusively Feline: Oral Surgery and DentistryDates: Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday September 22-25, 2005Instructors: Dr. Mark Smith, Dipl. ACVS, AVDC, Dr. Ira R. Luskin Dipl. AVDCCredits Earned: 32 hoursDay#1 - Thursday - Oral Pathology and Radiology  Origins of Oral Dental Disease Familial vs. Acquired Lesions  Pathology of Tooth #’s, Form & Position  Jaw Growth Abnormalities & Classification of Malocclusions  Oral Soft Tissue Acquired Abnormalities  Periodontal Disease, Trauma, Endodontic Disease  Congenital and Neoplastic DiseaseThe Radiology laboratory section will cover:  Dental radiology in your practice. Equipment / Materials  Indications for radiology Normal vs. Abnormal  Positioning for all standard views  Developing and ID of normal vs. abnormal structures.Day#2 - Friday - Endodontics 1  Indication for Vital Pulpectomies  Techniques and procedures for their successful implementation  Indications for Root Canal Therapy  Equipment and materials required for root canal therapy  Root canal access  preparation and obturation techniques  Restorative materials and their usagesDay#3 - Saturday - Oral Surgery 1  Flap Design, & Surgical Extractions  Oral / Nasal Fistula Repair  Oral fracture repair intraosseous wiring and interdental and intraarcade bondingDay#4 - Sunday - Maxillofacial Surgery  ventral bulla osteotomy  diagnostic sinusotomies 9| 410.828.1001 | training@animaldentalcenter.com | www.animaldentalcenter.com |
  10. 10. ADTC 2005 Summer / Fall Courses  axial skin flaps for facial reconstruction  traumatic cleft palate repair  Oncologic Surgery  rostral hemimaxillectomy  rostral hemimandibulectomy  hemimandibulectomy  segmental maxillectomyCourse Title: Clinical Advantage - Technicians WorkshoptopDates: Saturday and Sunday October 8-9, 2005Instructors: Dr. Ira R. Luskin Dipl. AVDC, Dr. Glen Brigden - Dental Resident, Lisa Taylor -Dental TechnicianCredits Earned: 16 hoursThe participants at the end of this course will understand their integral role in the dentalteam and will be well versed in the following lecture topics:  Normal Dental Anatomy  Tooth development  Eruption schedules  Dental formulas of domestic animals  Dental numbering system: Anatomic Vs. Triadan  Positional terminology  Malocclusions  Periodontal disease: etiology, symptoms, stages and treatment options  Oral radiographic pathology  Radiographic theory of shootingThe laboratory component is 11 hours on cadavers and skulls and will include:  Complete Dental Prophylaxis  Dental Charting  Instrument Care and Sharpening Techniques  Radiology: Taking, Developing and Interpreting 10| 410.828.1001 | training@animaldentalcenter.com | www.animaldentalcenter.com |
  11. 11. ADTC 2005 Summer / Fall CoursesCourse Title: Fundamentals of DentistryDates: Saturday and Sunday November 5-6, 2005Instructors: Dr. Ira R. Luskin Dipl. AVDC, Dr. Glenn Brigden - Dental ResidentCredits Earned: 16 hoursDay#1 - Saturday - The interactive morning lecture will cover clinical anatomy as it relatesto oral health, disease and its treatment. The foundations of the dental exam, and oralprophylaxis for the treatment of periodontal disease will be thoroughly covered. In theafternoon the 4 hour wet lab will be on cadavers and will deal with the treatment ofperiodontal disease both conservatively and surgically:  Normal dental anatomy  Dental numbering system: Anatomic Vs. Triadan  Positional terminology  Malocclusions  Periodontal disease: etiology, symptoms, stages and treatment options  The thorough prophylaxis  Proper use of Doxyrobe  Surgical gingivectomiesDay#2 - Sunday Oral Pathology and Radiology: There will be 3.5 hours of lecture followedby a 4.5-hours laboratory. Lecture and Laboratory notes will be provided. The laboratorywill be both on skulls and cadavers. The lecture will cover the following topics for bothVeterinarian and Technician audiences:  Origins of Oral Dental Disease Familial vs. Acquired Lesions  Pathology of Tooth #s, Form & Position  Jaw Growth Abnormalities & Classification of Malocclusions  Oral Soft Tissue Acquired Abnormalities  Periodontal Disease, Trauma, Endodontic Disease  Congenital and Neoplastic DiseaseThe Radiology laboratory section will cover:  Dental radiology in your practice. Equipment / Materials  Indications for radiology Normal vs. Abnormal  Positioning for all standard views  Developing and ID of normal vs. abnormal structures. 11| 410.828.1001 | training@animaldentalcenter.com | www.animaldentalcenter.com |
  12. 12. ADTC 2005 Summer / Fall CoursesCourse Title:Oral Surgery 1, Oral Pathology, and Radiology "Three Day Course"Dates: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday November 18-20, 2005Instructors: Dr. Ira R. Luskin Dipl. AVDC, Dr. Glenn Brigden - Dental ResidentCredits Earned: 21 hoursDay#1 - Friday - Oral Pathology and Radiology: There will be 3.5 hours of lecture followedby a 4.5-hour laboratory. Lecture and Laboratory notes will be provided. The laboratory willbe both on skulls and cadavers. The lecture will cover the following topics for bothVeterinarian and Technician audiences:  Origins of Oral Dental Disease Familial vs. Acquired Lesions  Pathology of Tooth #’s, Form & Position  Jaw Growth Abnormalities & Classification of Malocclusions  Oral Soft Tissue Acquired Abnormalities  Periodontal Disease, Trauma, Endodontic Disease  Congenital and Neoplastic DiseaseThe Radiology laboratory section will cover:  Dental radiology in your practice. Equipment / Materials  Indications for radiology Normal vs. Abnormal  Positioning for all standard views  Developing and ID of normal vs. abnormal structures.Day#2-3 - Saturday & Sunday - Oral Surgery 1: Day 2: There will be 3 hours of lecturefollowed by a 5-hour laboratory. Day 3: 1 hour of lecture followed by 4 hours of Lab. Thelecture and laboratory notes will be provided. The laboratory portion will be conducted onboth cat and dog cadaver heads. They will cover the following topics for a Veterinarianaudience only:  Indications for Exodontia  Retained teeth, Interceptive Ortho, Impactions, Disarming, Treatment for LPGS in cats  Instrumentation and Materials for Exodontia  Procedures for surgical extractions  Dealing with Complications of Surgery  Maxillary Oronasal Fistula Closures  Techniques for Muco-gingival Pedicle Flaps 12| 410.828.1001 | training@animaldentalcenter.com | www.animaldentalcenter.com |
  13. 13. ADTC 2005 Summer / Fall CoursesCourse Title: Masters Level (Advanced) Oral Surgery and OrthopedicsDates: Saturday & Sunday December 3-4, 2005Instructors: Dr. Mark Smith Dipl. ACVS, AVDC, Dr. Ira Luskin Dipl. AVDCCredits Earned: 16 hours LIMITED TO 13 attendees  Jaw Fractures; Intraoral Stabilization External Fixators  Oronasal fistula- Cleft Palate Palatal Reconstruction  Maxillectomies Mandibulectomies  Sinusotomies/ Rhinotomies/ Zygomatic  Salivary Gland Removals  Maxillary Oronasal Fistula Closures  Techniques for Muco-gingival Pedicle Flaps 13| 410.828.1001 | training@animaldentalcenter.com | www.animaldentalcenter.com |
  14. 14. ADTC 2005 Summer / Fall CoursesCourse Tuition Costs / Enrollment Form / Hotel and Driving InformationTuition for the courses are as follows:  Oral Pathology and Radiology - 8 credits - $425.00  Clinical Advantage: Technicians Workshop - 16 credits - $695.00  Mock Exam - No Credit - $725.00  Oral Surgery 2 - 16 credits - $895.00  Fundamentals of Dentistry - 16 credits - $895.00  Masters/Advanced Courses - 16 credits - $1195.00  3-Day Courses - 21 credits - $1395.00 - 24 credits - $1495.00  4-Day Exclusively Feline: Oral Surgery and Dentistry - 32 credits - $2400.00  5-Day Series: Discovering Dentistry - 40 credits - $2700.00All courses are limited enrollment; they include breakfast, lunch, refreshments andhandouts. A minimum of 6 registrants is required in order for the classes to be held.Enrollment in a particular course is based on a first come first receipt of payment. If apayment is received and the course is already filled the applicant will be immediatelynotified. We now accept MasterCard / Visa payments in addition to hospital checksmade payable to the ADTC at our mailing address: Animal Dental Training Center P.O. Box 42363 Baltimore, MD 21284-2363 Animal Dental Training Center [ADTC] Cancellation policy: in the event of a cancellation you may also send a substitute from your practice. Due to the limited number of spaces available requests for full refunds will be honored only if received at least 21 calendar days prior to the start of the program. A partial 75% refund will be issued for allrequests received 8-20 days before the beginning of the course. No refunds will be granted for cancellations made less than 8 days prior to the course onset. All requests must be received in writing. In the unlikely event that a program is cancelled or postponed due toinsufficient enrollments or unforeseen circumstances, the ADTC will fully refund registrationfees but cannot be held responsible for any other expenses, including cancellation or change charges assessed by airlines, hotels, travel agencies, or other organizations. Last Update: 03-09-2005 14| 410.828.1001 | training@animaldentalcenter.com | www.animaldentalcenter.com |

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