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    • Continuing Dental Education2013 Summer SessionPassaic Park Dental Study Groupproudly presentsTheAcademy of General DentistryApproved PACE Program ProviderFAGC/MAGD CreditApproval does not imply acceptance by a stateor provincial board of dentistry of AGDendorsement.October 1, 2012 to September 30, 2013Provider ID# 350731CE credits from PPDSG are recognized by NY/NJ Boards of Dentistry
    • The mm Rules of Implant DentistryTuesday, July 23, 2013 7:00 PMTuesday, August 6, 2013 7:00 PMContemporary Pediatric DentistryContemporary Periodontics & ImplantsPart APart BWednesday, August 21, 2013 7:00 PMRestorative Implant DentistryAtraumatic ExodontiaPart APart B
    • Periodontal and Implant Dentistry Presentations byDale Rosenbach, DMD, MSDiplomate of the American Board of PeriodontologyClinical Assistant Instructor,Periodontics and Implant DentistryWoodhull Medical CenterDepartment of Dentistry and Oral & Maxillofacial SurgeryPediatric Dentistry Presentation byDaniel Peikes, DMDPrivate Practice,Hazlet, NJ and Brooklyn, NYProsthetics and Implant Dentistry Presentation byLeora Walter, DDSPGY-2, Department of Prosthodontics & Implantology,New York Hospital of Queens
    • Date & TimeTuesday, July 23, 20137:00 PMLocationPrima Pizza224 Brook AvenuePassaic, NJ 07055Buffet dinner will be servedCE Credits3The mm Rules of Implant DentistrySpeaker: Dale Rosenbach, DMD, MS
    • Course DescriptionGuidelines have been developed in recent years to direct clinicians inobtaining the best possible functional and esthetic results.Some of these guidelines, known as “the mm rules” of implant dentistry,have been established as the evidence-based data clinicians should lookto when treatment planning and performing the surgical and restorativephases of implant dentistry.This course will review these guidelines, the evidence behind them andexplore the ways in which they ought to be integrated into everydayclinical practice for maximum success.The mm Rules of Implant DentistrySpeaker: Dale Rosenbach, DMD, MS
    • The mm Rules of Implant DentistryCourse ObjectivesParticipants who complete this course should be able to:1) Compare and contrast the relationships between the soft and hard tissuesof the periodontium and teeth vs. implants.2) Understand the role of biologic width as it relates to implants.3) Understand the “5mm rule” as it applies to the treatment planning, surgicaland restorative phases of implant dentistry.4) Understand the “3mm rule” as it applies to the treatment planning, surgicaland restorative phases of implant dentistry.5) Appreciate the concept of platform switching, its advantages and itsdisadvantages.Speaker: Dale Rosenbach, DMD, MS
    • Date & TimeTuesday, August 6, 2013Part A – 7:00 PMPart B – 8:30 PMLocationPrima Pizza224 Brook AvenuePassaic, NJ 07055Buffet dinner will be servedCE Credits3Contemporary Pediatric DentistryPart AContemporary Periodontics & Implant DentistryPart B
    • Course DescriptionPediatric dentistry poses unique challenges to the general practitioner.Pulpal therapy, space maintenance and acute dental pain are commonlyencountered, but employing ideal techniques and material handling canbe difficult for a variety of reasons. Rendering treatment in an appropriatefashion can result in a happier child and a more satisfied parent.This course will inform the general practitioner on how to incorporatevarious pediatric dental treatment modalities into everyday practice.Contemporary Pediatric Dentistry:Concepts, Techniques and MaterialsSpeaker: Daniel Peikes, DMD
    • Contemporary Pediatric Dentistry:Course ObjectivesParticipants who complete this course should be able to:1) Recognize the indications for pulpal therapy and the use of stainless steelcrowns.2) Understand the proper techniques and materials used in pulpal therapy.3) Distinguish between various space maintainers, their indications andimplementation.4) Render pediatric dental care in an ethical fashion.5) Recognize acute dental pain and common dental trauma in the pediatricpatient and understand the appropriate treatment.Concepts, Techniques and MaterialsSpeaker: Daniel Peikes, DMD
    • Course DescriptionThe disciplines of periodontics and implant dentistry have progressed agreat deal over the last decade and keeping up with these advances iskey to maintaining a contemporary perspective on clinical dentistry.This course will serve to refresh your information base relative to theclinical and radiographic examination process and inform you of theessential differences between teeth and implants with regard todiagnosis, prognosis and treatment planning.Contemporary Periodontics & Implant Dentistry:Erythema, Edema, Bleeding on Probing, Furcations, Mobility and Keratinized TissueSpeaker: Dale Rosenbach, DMD, MS
    • Contemporary Periodontics & Implant Dentistry:Course ObjectivesParticipants who complete this course should be able to:1) Recognize the fundamental signs and symptoms of periodontitis andcontrast them with the signs and symptoms of peri-implantitis.2) Appreciate the role played by attached keratinized tissue relative to bothteeth and implants.3) See how understanding these and other key points in diagnosis andprognosis can enhance the task of treatment planning.Erythema, Edema, Bleeding on Probing, Furcations, Mobility and Keratinized TissueSpeaker: Dale Rosenbach, DMD, MS
    • Date & TimeWednesday, August 21, 2013Part A – 7:00 PMPart B – 8:30 PMLocationPrima Pizza224 Brook AvenuePassaic, NJ 07055Buffet dinner will be servedCE Credits3Restorative Implant DentistryPart AAtraumatic ExodontiaPart B
    • Course DescriptionImplant dentistry is a rapidly progressing field and novel approaches tothe restorative phase are constantly available.This course will touch upon some of the basic concepts of restorativeimplant dentistry, as well as inform you of advances in techniques andmaterials in the discipline.Restorative Implant Dentistry:Concepts, Techniques and MaterialsSpeaker: Leora Walter, DDS
    • Restorative Implant Dentistry:Course ObjectivesParticipants who complete this course should be able to:1) Distinguish between the advantages and disadvantages ofa) open vs. closed tray impressionsb) screw vs. cement-retained restorations2) Recognize the different materials available for restorative implantcomponents and appreciate when these different materials may be moreor less appropriate.Concepts, Techniques and MaterialsSpeaker: Leora Walter, DDS
    • Course DescriptionThe recent paradigm shift has been to place implants soon after toothextraction. Along with this comes the challenge of maintaining the softand hard tissues of the alveolar ridge as best as one can. When this isnot possible, socket preservation may be indicated.This course will inform you on the decision making process relative todesigning a flap for surgical extraction, as well as some of the treatmentplanning aspects related to immediate implants.Atraumatic Exodontia:Principles, Techniques and Treatment PlanningSpeaker: Dale Rosenbach, DMD, MS
    • Course ObjectivesParticipants who complete this course should be able to:1) Determine the suitability of condemned teeth for atraumatic extraction.2) Recognize when a more invasive surgical approach is appropriate.3) Understand the concept and design of the papilla-sparing incision designand recognize when and how it should be implemented.4) Appreciate the classifications of bony architecture relative to socket wallsand furcal bone and how they relate to treatment planning immediateimplants.Atraumatic Exodontia:Principles, Techniques and Treatment PlanningSpeaker: Dale Rosenbach, DMD, MS
    • Registration:Submit the accompanying form by mail to PPDSG, 241 Brook Avenue #3,Passaic, NJ 07055 and please make checks payable to PPDSG. Please emailus at PassaicParkDSG@yahoo.com if you have any questions.Tuition & Fees:Dental students, ADA-recognized postgraduate residents and retirees notrequiring CE credits may audit the course at a 30% discount of unbundled regulartuition fees, dependant on space availability.Refunds:Refunds will be granted only if notification is received by mail or email before11:59PM on Tuesday, July 2, 2013. Unbundling of the joint tuition fee will resultin original fees for remaining course. PPDSG cannot assume responsibility forlosses due to participant’s error, accident or misfortune. Tuitions for no-showswill be forfeited.Cancellation Policy:Cancellation of the course is at the discretion of PPDSG and will result in a fullrefund.
    • Passaic Park Dental Study Group – CE Registration FormName(s) ______________________________________________Address ______________________________________________Phone _______________ Email _______________________Enclosed, please find a check for $________ for _____ reservation(s).(Mail registration form and payment to PPDSG, 241 Brook Avenue #3, Passaic, NJ 07055.)All Three Courses“Restorative Implant Dentistry” &“Atraumatic Exodontia”Prima Pizza August 21, 2013 7:00PM“Contemporary Pediatric Dentistry” &“Contemporary Periodontics & Implant Dentistry”Prima Pizza August 6, 2013 7:00PM“The mm Rules of Implant Dentistry”Prima Pizza July 23, 2013 7:00PMCourse9333Credits$230$80$80$80Tuition$75$220Please registerme/us for…$75$75Early BirdTo be eligible for bundled fee reduction, registration for all three courses must occur simultaneously.For early bird registration fee reduction, tuition must be received by July 2, 2013.