Introduction to                            DENTISTRY                            For the Dental IndustryAn intense         ...
INTRODUCTION TO DENTISTRY                          FOR THE DENTAL INDUSTRY                          “This course will assi...
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TOPICS &                       INTRODUCTION TO DENTISTRY FACULTY                        FOR THE DENTAL INDUSTRY           ...
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TOPICS &                  IMPLANT DENTISTRYFACULTY                   In this module the history and development of dental ...
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DENTISTRY

  1. 1. Introduction to DENTISTRY For the Dental IndustryAn intense Continuing Dental Education Center for Dental Industry Relationsthree-day ENTAL INDUST RD This course incorporates a mix ofcutting-edge FO RY CENTER REL ATIONS academic lectures, presentation THEcourse designed NJ OO L DEN TA L S C H of clinical procedures, hands-onto benefit all exercises, and discussions of real-worlddental industry dental issues that attendees can utilize topersonnel increase their effectiveness while interacting with dentists, dental teams, laboratories and universities.2005 DATES: UMDNJ NEW JERSEYJune 23-25, 2005 DENTAL SCHOOLAugust 4-6, 2005 University of Medicine & Dentistry of New JerseyNovember 3-5, 2005
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION TO DENTISTRY FOR THE DENTAL INDUSTRY “This course will assist your employees in gaining a better understanding of clinical dentistry and the dentist in particular.”By Attending This Clinical Information for a Changing IndustryCourse Attendees WillGain Knowledge of: W ith the unrelenting pace of change and competition today, well-informed company representatives are more important than ever. This intense three-day course will prepare your employees to• Dental & Oral Anatomy maximize their effectiveness addressing the challenges of this dynamic dental market. You may have already prepared them with the• Endodontics latest techniques in sales and customer service, but often there is a void in clinical knowledge they require for successful and productive• Periodontics contact with dental professionals. You will find this is an excellent adjunct to your existing company-training program.• Orthodontics• Oral Surgery Who Should Attend• Radiology T his course has been specifically designed as an “Introduction to the Dental Profession;” therefore it has benefits for a wide variety of your employees, from all segments of the dental industry. In a• Restorative Dentistry particular class you may find industry associates from manufacturers,• Implant Dentistry distributors, advertising and public relations agencies, even dental publications. Whether they are customer service, telesales and/or field• Dental Practice sales representatives, administrators, editors, marketing managers or Operations account executives, in our course they all share a common goal: to gain a better understanding of clinical dentistry and the dentist in particular.• Dental Laboratory Each attendee will receive a certificate of completion, a lapel pin Procedures signifying they have achieved the “CDIR” designation and continuing education credit.
  3. 3. ENTAL INDUST RD “ Be one of a select grtoup receive the FO RY CENTER REL New Jersey Dental School CDIR ATIONS designation lapel pin showing yourTHE NJ advanced clinical instruction.” O L DEN O TA L S C H Unique “Lunch & Learn” Sessions ACCOMMODATIONS UMDNJ has reserved a block of rooms T he Introduction to the Dental Industry course curriculum features two totally unique programs. On Thursday and Friday attendees will participate in sixty minute “Lunch & Learn” symposiums, during at a hotel at Newark Liberty Inter- national Airport. Single or double rooms are available at a discounted which time attendees will have the opportunity to interact with rate. All rooms will be booked for your successful practicing dentists and experienced office managers. employee by our Program Coordinator. COURSE LOCATIONS Satisfying a Primary Need All clinical lectures and hands-on D ental industry research conducted by the Center for Continuing and Outreach Education, Division of Continuing Dental Education has revealed a need for attendees to learn basic dental terminology prior demonstrations will take place at the UMDNJ-New Jersey Dental School at 110 Bergen Street in Newark, New to attending this course. This advance learning maximizes the time Jersey. Additional evening lectures will spent at the course. To satisfy the need a website has been developed. be held at the Marriott Hotel and All registrants will receive a password, which will enable them to access a special Saturday morning dental laboratory educational session will a wide variety of valuable information prior to attending this course. be at the AC Dental Laboratory in After the course, this website will be the participants’ conduit back to Rahway, New Jersey. the CDIR, and serve as a valuable asset in the future. SPONSORSHIP The University of Medicine & Dentistry Dates: Thursday to Saturday: of New Jersey (UMDNJ)-New Jersey ➤ JUNE 23-25, 2005 Dental School in cooperation with the ➤ AUGUST 4-6, 2005 UMDNJ-Center for Continuing & Outreach ➤ NOVEMBER 3-5, 2005 Education sponsors this course. Time: 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Location: UMDNJ-New Jersey Dental School CREDIT These courses meet the criteria for Tuition: $2,000.00 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) that are granted on an hour-for- The tuition includes all educational materials, lunches, coffee breaks, awards dinner and daily round-trip van service between the hotel and the Dental School. hour basis, provided the course is The fee is payable in advance upon confirmation of the registration. completed as designed.
  4. 4. TOPICS & INTRODUCTION TO DENTISTRY FACULTY FOR THE DENTAL INDUSTRY DENTAL AND ORAL ANATOMY This module presents the basics of Dental and Oral Anatomy terminology and covers the morphological characteristics of primary and permanent teeth. Hands-on examina- tion and identification of model teeth will re-enforce concepts presented in the lecture. MICHELE A. BARDZINSKI, D.M.D., is an Associate Professor in the Department of Restorative Dentistry and is Director of the Dental Anatomy Program. As a general dentist, she teaches in various pre-clinical and clinical courses in the department.Michele A. Bardzinski, D.M.D. ORAL RADIOLOGY This module will present the basics of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology. Participants will learn through lecture and clinic participation how an image is produced on both film and digital media, who may prescribe and expose radiographs, and why they are necessary for modern dental practice. Additionally, the course will cover the selection criteria for dental radiographs and information that dentists may obtain from the images. STEVEN R. SINGER, D.D.S., received his dental degree from the New York University College of Dentistry in 1982. He joined the faculty of the New Jersey Dental School in 2001. Before coming to New Jersey, he had been on the faculty of Columbia University School of Dental and Oral Surgery since 1983. He practiced general dentistry on Long Island for 20 years. Dr. Singer is an Associate Professor in the Department of Diagnostic Steven R. Singer, D.D.S. Sciences, Division of Oral & Maxillofacial Diagnosis. He is the Course Director of the Oral Radiology Clinic for third year dental students. RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY Through discussion and hands-on participation in the area of restorative dentistry and restorative materials, participants will be introduced to the requirements for various restorative materials for direct, indirect and esthetic restorative procedures. MARC ROSENBLUM, PH.D., D.M.D., received his Ph.D. in Ceramic Science from Rutgers University in 1971 and his D.M.D. from the College of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in 1979. He is an Associate Professor in the Department of Restorative Dentistry and the Director of the General Dentistry Division.Marc Rosenblum, Ph.D., D.M.D.
  5. 5. PERIODONTICS TOPICS &Participants will be introduced to basic periodontal anatomy and pathology.This module will outline the clinical and radiographic evaluation of the periodontium, FACULTYas well as basic periodontal therapy and surgery.HARRY ZOHN, D.M.D., received his dental degree from the University of Pittsburgh in1984, his Certificate in Periodontics in 1986 and a Certificate in Forensic Dentistryfrom the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology. He is a Clinical Associate Professorin the Department of Periodontics and a Dental Officer in the U.S. Public HealthService. Dr. Zohn is a fellow of the American College of Dentists and the InternationalCollege of Dentists, as well as a member of the American Dental Association andthe Academy of Periodontology. Dr. Zohn maintains a private practice limited toPeriodontics in Montville, NJ. Harry Zohn, D.M.D.ENDODONTICSThrough computerized audiovisual and hands-on demonstrations participants willbe introduced to root canal therapy, it’s indications, background and technology.Each participant will complete a root canal treatment on a plastic tooth that they maytake home.GERALD FISHELBERG, D.D.S., is a graduate of Temple University Dental School andreceived his certificate in Endodontics from the UMDNJ-New Jersey Dental School.Dr. Fishelberg is a Professor in the Department of Endodontics and is the Director of theUndergraduate Endodontic Program. Gerald Fishelberg, D.D.S.ORAL SURGERYThis module will demonstrate the many facets of oral and maxillofacial surgery.Included will be diagnosis and surgical management of impacted teeth, techniquesof tooth extraction, local anesthesia, sedation and general anesthesia, care of facialtrauma, management of infections of the head and neck, oral pathology, dentofacialdeformity, preprosthetic surgery, reconstruction of the jaws with bone grafts andmanagement of facial pain and temporomandibular joint disorders.PAMELA A. ALBERTO, D.M.D., completed her dental degree at the University of Pamela A. Alberto, D.M.D.Pennsylvania. She then completed her formal training in oral and maxillofacial surgery atNew Jersey Dental School/University Hospital. She is currently a Clinical Professorand Director of the Pre-doctoral Surgery. Dr. Alberto maintains a private practice inSparta, NJ.BARRY E. ZWEIG, D.D.S., is a Professor and Vice-Chairman of the Department of Oraland Maxillofacial Surgery. He is also the Director of the Dental Implant Center at theNew Jersey Dental School. Dr. Zweig is a Diplomat of the American Board ofOral/Maxillofacial Surgery and a Fellow of the American Association of Oral/MaxillofacialSurgery. He has lectured extensively on the surgery of implant placement and advancedsurgical techniques. Barry E. Zweig, D.D.S.
  6. 6. TOPICS & IMPLANT DENTISTRYFACULTY In this module the history and development of dental Implants, as well as the concept of osseointegration, will be presented so the participant can easily understand how implants work. The participant will leave understanding the basics common to all implant systems, and with a working knowledge of pertinent surgical and prosthodontic differences, advantages and disadvantages between the more popular implant systems. LOUIS A. DIPEDE, D.M.D., graduated from the New Jersey Dental School in 1990 and completed his Advanced Education in General Dentistry residency in 1991. After two years of private practice, he continued his post-graduate education receiving a certificate in Advanced Prosthodontics from the UCLA School of Dentistry and also com- pleted a Fellowship in Maxillofacial Prosthetics at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Dr. DiPede is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Restorative Dentistry.Louis A. DiPede, D.M.. ORTHODONTICS In this introduction to Orthodontics participants will learn the definition of Orthodontics, with topics to include: teeth and growth, treatment planning, orthodontic tools, interceptice orthodontics, comprehensive orthodontics, limited orthodontics and surgical orthodontics. RENE S. JOHE, D.M.D., is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Orthodontics. He graduated from the New Jersey Dental School in 1995 and completed his Advanced Education in Orthodontics in 1998. Dr. Johe maintains a private practice in Rockaway and Springfield, NJ. Rene S. Johe, D.M.D. INTRODUCTION TO THE DENTAL PRACTICE Characteristics of dentists in private practice and their patients, income and operating expenses, operating a private practice, employment of dental personnel, and finally a review of dental fees will be covered in this module. PETER DESCISCO, D.M.D., is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Restorative Dentistry and the Director of Education for the Division of Continuing Dental Education. Dr. DeSisco is a Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry, the American College of Dentists and the International College of Dentists. He also maintains a private practice in General Dentistry in Perth Amboy, NJ.Peter DeScisco, D.M.D. INTRODUCTION TO THE DENTAL LABORATORY In this introduction to the Dental Laboratory participants learn how the dentist and his dental laboratory technician cooperate to develop dental prostheses. The instruction covers materials, equipment and procedures in the following departments: Preparatory; Crown & Bridge; Veneering; Implants; Partial; Denture and Orthodontic. The course is presented on-site at AC Dental Laboratory. ANDREW CARGULIA, C.D.T., has been a Certified Dental Technician for over thirty years; he is President and Chief Executive of AC Dental Laboratory. Andrew Cargulia’s long history as a clinician, technician and owner of New Jersey’s most successful laboratory, makes him an interesting and informative speaker.Andrew Cargulia, C.D.T.
  7. 7. REGISTRATION INFORMATION CONFIRMATION LETTER Directions, parking information, room location, program schedule, etc. and a receipt for tuition paid will be sent for all registrations received at least ten business days prior to the course date. Late registrations are usually accepted, but please call to ensure that space is available and to confirm course details.3 WAYS TO REGISTER CANCELLATION POLICY Refunds will be granted if cancellation notice is received at least ten workingBY FAX: 973-972-7741 – open 24 hours days prior to start of course. Refunds cannot be given for “no-shows” orBY PHONE: 973-972-7103 cancellations received once course Monday to Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. has started.BY MAIL: UMDNJ-Continuing Dental Education, NJDS Room B701, P.O. Box 1709, Newark, NJ 07101 HOTEL CANCELLATION Please contact the Marriott Hotel at the Newark Liberty International AirportFOR FURTHER INFORMATION by 4 p.m. on your day of arrival atContact Janice Gibbs at UMDNJ-New Jersey Dental School, Continuing Dental 973-623-0006 if you cancel yourEducation, 110 Bergen Street-B701, Newark, NJ 07103 • Telephone: 973-972-7103 reservation.E-mail: cdir@umdnj.edu • Or visit our Website at http://dentalschool.umdnj.edu/cdir/INTRODUCTION TO DENTISTRY For the Dental IndustryP L E A S E P R I N TLAST NAME FIRSTCOMPANY OFFICE PHONEADDRESSCITY STATE ZIPHOME PHONE CELL PHONEFAX E-MAILPlease Register Me For:INTRODUCTION TO DENTISTRY FOR THE DENTAL INDUSTRYPlease check the date you will be attending: ❑ JUNE 23-25, 2005 ❑ AUGUST 4-6, 2005 ❑ NOVEMBER 3-5, 2005PAYMENT METHOD: Check enclosed made payable to: “UMDNJ-Continuing Education” For the amount of $(Tuition: $2,000.00) Please charge my: ❑ MasterCard ❑ Visa ❑ American Express For the amount of $CARD # SIGNATURE EXP DATE Code: 05-CDIR
  8. 8. UMDNJ NEW JERSEY DENTAL SCHOOL University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey New Jersey Dental School, Center for Dental Industry Relations 110 Bergen Street • Room B701 • Newark, NJ 07103Testimonials from past attendees: “This course is an excellent opportunity for “It is not often that you find a course that the dental industry professional to gain a captivates your interest from start to finish. greater understanding of the dental industry. This course “grabs you” from beginning A "unique" hands-on opportunity.” to end! I highly recommend it!” Karine Matacchiera Richard F. Breitweiser Professional Sales Representative Director of Insurance Program for Dentists Colgate Oral Pharmaceuticals The Redwoods Group “I am new to the dental industry. This “The program was a highly effective and program will give me the extra confidence efficient learning experience. It is sure to needed to do my job. The program covered increase any non-dentists understanding all angles possible; we even visited a and appreciation of dental science and dental lab! This is a very well organized techniques. Its melding of presentations, program and the staff and faculty were inter-active discussions and hands-on superb!” learning works.” Ron Phillips Doug Sanborn Regional Account Manager Senior Vice President & General Counsel SS White Burs, Inc. Delta Dental Plan of New Jersey, Inc. “The information I was able to walk away with after only three days was incredible. I would recommend this course to anyone working in the dental field from sales, management and marketing.” Anthony Dragotti Marketing Services Manager Lanmark GroupFOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:Janice Gibbs at UMDNJ-New Jersey Dental School, Continuing Dental Education110 Bergen Street, Room B701, Newark, New Jersey 07103Telephone: 973-972-7103 • E-mail: cdir@umdnj.edu • Website: http://dentalschool.umdnj.edu/cdir/

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