College of Dentistry
November 3-4, 2006
The 89th Annual Meeting of
The University of Iowa
Dental Alumni Association
Alumni Day Program and Reunion Activiti
DATES: November 3-4, 2006 CLASS REUNION YEARS
TIME: 8:00 a.m. Registration; DENTAL AND DENTAL HYGIENE
8:45 a.m. Introductions/Program
FEE: $100 (includes all course materials, 1941 65th year 1976 30th year
refreshments and parking) 1946 60th year 1981 25th year
PARKING: All registrants must be pre-registered 1951 55th year 1986 20th year
to gain entrance to the Dental visitor’s 1956 50th year 1991 15th year
parking lot. Bring your course 1961 45th year 1996 10th year
confirmation letter with you to ensure 1966 40th year 2001 5th year
admittance to the lot. Otherwise, you 1971 35th year
may be directed to a remote lot.
So that you will be seated with your class, it
CE CREDIT: 3.5 hours relicensure credit (0.35 CEU) is very important that you indicate your class
year on the registration form.
PLEASE REGISTER BEFORE
OCTOBER 20, 2006
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Friday, November 3, 200 2006
8:00 a.m. Registration – Dental Science Building, 3rd Floor Link
Continental Breakfast, Galagan Lobby, 1st Floor
8:45 Welcome and Opening Remarks
Dr. Timothy Cooper, UIDAA President
Dr. David Johnsen, Dean, College of Dentistry
Ms. Penni Ryan, Director, Continuing Education & Alumni Relations
Continuing Education Program – Presented by the Class of 1986
[This program is sponsored, in part, by an unrestricted educational grant from the Iowa Chapter of the American
College of Dentists.]
9:10 a.m. Factors Affecting The Health And Well-Being Of Children In Iowa-Where Does Oral Health Fit?
– Dr. Peter Damiano
10:10 What’s New With The Kids? – Recent Research In Children’s Oral Health – Dr. John Warren
11:10 Everyday Dentistry – More Than Every Day Esthetic Results – Dr. Robert Margeas
12:30 p.m. Adjourn to Class Reunion Activities
6:00 p.m. Social Hour (no host) – Holiday Inn and Conference Center, Coralville, IA
7:15 Alumni Dinner – Kinnick Ballroom
Awards Presentations; Introduction of Reunion Classes
Saturday, November 4, 200
PREGAME PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM*
Cavitated Lesions – A Conservative Approach – Dr. Marcela Hernandez
Non-Cavitated Lesions – What To Do With White Spots – Dr. Justine Kolker
*Separate registration is necessary for this conference. A brochure can be obtained from the Office of Continuing
Education (319) 335-7166.
SATURDAY PARKING: Complimentary parking will be available on Saturday for individuals who are pre-
registered for the Pregame Professional Program (you must be registered by October 16 for the Pregame Program to
receive a parking pass). Guaranteed parking will ONLY be available until 7:45 a.m.
2006 ALUMNUS OF THE YEAR 2006 EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR
Robert E. Pattalochi, D.D.S. Marsha Cunningham-Ford, M.S.
Detailed information about Dr. Pattalochi’s career Detailed information about Ms. Cunningham’s
and contributions to dentistry will be available at career and contributions to dentistry will be
the Dental Alumni Banquet. available at the Dental Alumni Banquet.
Continuing Education Program
PRESENTED BY THE CLASS OF 1986!
FACTORS AFFECTING THE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF CHILDREN
IN IOWA-WHERE DOES ORAL HEALTH FIT?
Oral health is an important part of the overall health of children. Too often, oral health is not
included in studies of the health and well-being of children—detaching the mouth from the body.
Information about the oral health status and access to dental care for children in Iowa will be
presented from the Iowa Child and Family Household Health Survey (IHHS). This study included
interviews with the parents of 3200 children in Iowa, including an oversample of about 400 minority
children in 2005-2006. Information regarding other aspects of the health and well-being of Iowa
children such as health status, access to medical care, obesity, pop consumption, and the influence of
factors such as drug use, alcohol, smoking, and gambling on children will also be presented.
Peter Damiano, D.D.S., M.P.H., Professor, Department of Preventive and Community Dentistry,
and Director, Health Policy Research Program, Public Policy Center. Dr. Damiano received his DDS
degree in 1986 from The University of Iowa, spent two years in the Indian Health Service (Navajo
Reservation at Shiprock, NM), completed the Robert Wood Johnson Health Services Research
Scholars Program, and then received his Masters in Public Health in 1990 from UCLA. He joined
the faculty in 1990, and along with his teaching and research, sees patients in the Special Care
Clinic. He is the principal investigator for the IHHS.
WHAT’S NEW WITH THE KIDS? – RECENT RESEARCH IN CHILDREN’S
Over the past 15 years, the College of Dentistry has conducted a remarkable amount of unique
research about oral health in children. Dr. Warren will highlight the findings from this and other
research, and discuss the implications for clinical practice and public policy. The presentation will
also focus on effective preventive products and strategies for use in younger children.
John Warren, D.D.S., M.S., Associate Professor, Department of Preventive & Community
Dentistry. Dr. Warren received his DDS degree in 1986 and his MS in Dental Public Health in
1991 from The University of Iowa. He has been involved in oral epidemiological research at the UI
College of Dentistry for over 15 years and formally joined the faculty in 1999.
EVERYDAY DENTISTRY – MORE THAN EVERY DAY ESTHETIC RESULTS
A variety of everyday clinical cases common to everyday practice will be shown and discussed.
Cases will include: direct resins, porcelain veneers, and dental implants.
Robert Margeas, D.D.S., Adjunct Professor, Department of Operative Dentistry. Dr. Margeas
received his D.D.S. degree in 1986 and his AEGD in 1987 from The University of Iowa. He is a
Diplomate of the American Board of Operative Dentistry and a Fellow of the Academy of General
Dentistry. Dr. Margeas has written numerous articles on esthetic dentistry and is on the editorial
board of Contemporary Esthetics and a consultant to Oral Health in Canada. He is the director of the
Center for Advanced Dental Education in Des Moines, IA and lectures throughout North America and
Canada. Dr. Margeas maintains a private practice in Des Moines.
You can reach us on the Web at http://dentistry.uiowa.edu/ce
Preview of Cours
11/10 Nowak Visiting Professorship
11/11 Diagnostic Tests And Screening For Squamous Cell Carcinoma/
Latex Allergies In Dentistry (Pregame)
11/17-18 IA vs. MN Hawkeye Dental Express Bus Trip
1/11-15, 2007 Cruising For A Beautiful Smile – CE Cruise
2/2 Herbal Medicine And Dietary Supplements (ICN)
2/16 Prevention Through The Ages (ICN)
3/9-10 Integrating Implant Therapy Into Your Practice
(Please note change in date from 3/2-3)
4/13-15 Local Anesthesia For Dental Hygienists
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facilities. For additional information contact the Ofﬁce of Equal Opportunity and Diversity, (319) 335-0705.
89th Annual Meeting of The University of Iowa Dental Alumni Association
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Please return this form, with your check, to Center for Conferences and Institutes, The University of Iowa,
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The College of Dentistry and the Center for Conferences and Institutes will make every reasonable effort
to assure that requested continuing education programs are provided, but assumes no liability for failure to
deliver beyond the refunding of any fees paid to The University of Iowa. The University of Iowa reserves the
right to limit registration to the size of the available classroom space. Sponsorship of this course does not imply
subject matter, product or technical endorsement. This material is offered to the profession for educational and
informational purposes in a spirit of academic freedom.
ADVANCED REGISTRATION: Because of the anticipated demand for football tickets and lodging,
you are urged to register as early as possible. All registrants are requested to register prior to October 20, 2006.
REGISTRATION OPTIONS: Registrations will not be accepted without payment. You may register using
any of the following methods:
Mail your registration form and check or credit card information to the address indicated
Phone your credit card information to Conferences and Institutes: 1-800-551-9029 (local: 335-4141)
FAX your credit card information to Conferences and Institutes: 1-319-335-4039
CANCELLATIONS/REFUNDS: Fees paid will be refunded less a $25 per person processing fee following
notice of cancellation. For registrations charged to your credit card, the refund will be credited to your account.
If insufficient enrollment necessitates canceling a course, all fees will be refunded. Refunds will not be
granted for cancellations received after the course begins.
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT/RECORD KEEPING: CEU verification will be provided
(by mail following the program) only for those individuals completing/submitting a CEU card at the completion of
the program. Credit will be appropriately adjusted for those individuals who do not attend the entire program. All
attendees are encouraged to submit the CEU card which will generate a letter documenting attendance at the program.
REUNION ACTIVITIES: A special invitation is extended to members of reunion classes. Efforts will be
made to help class members sit together during the dinner and football game. Members of these classes should
register early and BE SURE TO SPECIFY CLASS YEAR ON APPLICATION. All of our group planning
depends on knowing who will attend from each class! If you do not state your year, seating with your class
cannot be guaranteed.
DINNER: The Alumni Weekend will feature a no-host social hour and dinner at the Holiday Inn and Confer-
ence Center at I-80 and First Avenue (Exit 242), Coralville. Reunion classes and honorees will be seated at
specially-marked tables. Presentations will be made to the honored Dental Alumnus of the Year and Dental
Educator of the Year. The cost is $45 per person.
FOOTBALL TICKETS: Tickets for Iowa vs. Northwestern on 11/4 ($48 each plus a $1 per ticket handling
fee) are available on a very limited basis (limit 2 tickets per registration). Ticket requests will be filled until
supply is exhausted. To order tickets, you must register and prepay for the continuing education program.
Tickets will not be mailed. Payment for tickets cannot be refunded except when ticket supply is exhausted
during the pre-registration period. Tickets cannot be transferred with a registration to another course.
PARKING: Parking is included with the course registration. All registrants must be pre-registered
to gain entrance to the Dental visitor’s parking lot. Bring your course confirmation letter with
you to ensure admittance to the lot. Otherwise, you may be directed to a remote lot.
HOUSING: A block of rooms has been reserved for Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings (November 2, 3
and 4) at the local hotels listed below. Reservations must be made by October 3. It is the responsibility
of registrants to reserve their own lodging. When making your reservations, please indicate that you are
attending the College of Dentistry’s Dental Alumni Weekend. In order to serve as many alumni as possible,
reservations will be limited to one room per person
• Holiday Inn and Conference Center at 319-351-5049 – Code: University
• Hampton Inn (connected to the Holiday Inn) at 319-351-6600 – Code: University
• Heartland Inn at 319-351-8132 – Code: COD4
• Comfort Suites at 319-338-3400 – Code: College of Dentistry
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION about continuing education programs, please contact: Ms. Penni Ryan,
Director, Continuing Dental Education, The University of Iowa, 346 Dental Science N, Iowa City, IA 52242-
1010, 319/335-7166, email: email@example.com