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“ SEMINARS IN PARADISE ™ ”
www.DrTRAVEL.com 800-436-1028 UPCOMING COURSES & VACATIONS 5 Cruises: the Bahamas from NYC the Caribbean from Ft Laud., FL and the Mexican Riviera from LA an Hawaiian Cruise a cruise to Alaska from Seattle & All-Inclusive Resort in the Dominican Republic “ Your Prescription for the Perfect Vacation”
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Don’t you wish New Year’s President’s Week Easter-Passover TM ” Summer 2006
“ SEMINAR IN PARADISE ™ ” New Year’s Week – Eastern Caribbean Cruise from Ft. Lauderdale Dec. 26, 2005 – Jan. 2, 2006 “ Your Prescription for the Perfect Vacation” Esthetics, Implants, and Periodontics Presented by David M. Scharf, D.M.D ________________________________________________________________ 1. Implant Treatment Planning Demystified: Practical Guidelines for the Restorative Dentist Learn how to select appropriate patients for implant treatment Learn how to determine if there is adequate bone for implants Learn how to determine the number and location of implants to be placed. Learn how to select fixed or removable implant supported prosthesis and the benefits of each. 2. Innovations and Advances in Implant Dentistry Learn that are the modifications to the original implant protocol that simplifies implant therapy without sacrificing the end result. Learn the situations where implants can be immediately loaded. Learn how the orthodontic implant can be used to accelerate adult orthodontics. cont
“ SEMINAR IN PARADISE ™ ” WWW.DRTRAVEL.COM 800-436-1028 New Year’s Week – Eastern Caribbean Cruise from Ft. Lauderdale Dec. 26, 2005 – Jan. 2, 2006 “ Your Prescription for the Perfect Vacation” Esthetics, Implants, and Periodontics Presented by David M. Scharf, D.M.D ________________________________________________________________ 3. Ultimate Anterior Esthetics: A Perio-Prosthetic Approach. Learn how to analyze a smile to determine if the gingival relationships can be improved. Learn the biology of the periodontium and how this relates to an esthetic outcome for restorative dentistry. Learn how a thin and thick periodontium respond to manipulation. Learn the periodontal techniques that enhance the gingival esthetics. 4. The Surgical Phase: Atraumatic extraction technique: Why everything you learned in dental school was wrong. Socket management. Grafting & membranes: Why, when, what and how. A Primer for the GP Sequential extractions, provisional implants and immediate load: Keep your implant patients out of removable provisionals!!
“ SEMINAR IN PARADISE ™ ” WWW.DRTRAVEL.COM 800-436-1028 New Year’s Week – 8-Night Mexican Riviera Cruise from Los Angeles Dec. 27, 2005 – Jan. 4, 2006 “ Your Prescription for the Perfect Vacation” Oral Medicine for the 21 st Century Presented by Stuart L. Fischman, D.M.D. ____________________________________________________________ Cankers, Chancres and Cancer Ulcerations: good bad and ugly Infections: bugs, drugs, and ugs Tumors: talking about the “C” word? Including: Aphthous Ulcers Dermatologic diseases (Pemphigus, Pemphigoid, Lichen Planus, Erythema Multiforme) Fungal diseases & other Mycotic infections (‘opportunistic’ Candidiasis, Histoplasmosis) Viral infections -herpes simplex, Varicella- Zoster, Epstein-Barr disease, Mononucleosis The Changing Face of AIDS Changes in the epidemiology of AIDS. Our professional responsibility in coping with this pandemic Including: Medications and their interactions Infection in Immunocompromised Patients Toothpaste, Mouthrinse & Chewing Gum What should you know ? What should your patients know ? Media hype or fact? Forensic Dentistry The tales that teeth tell Dental identification Putting the bite on crime
“ SEMINAR IN PARADISE ™ ” WWW.DRTRAVEL.COM 800-436-1028 All-Inclusive Deluxe Hotel-Resort in the Dominican Republic President’s Week Feb. 18 – 25, 2006 “ Your Prescription for the Perfect Vacation” “ What’s Hot & What’s Getting Hotter” A dvances in Aesthetic Dentistry’s Materials and Techniques presented by Dr. Howard Glazer Anterior and Posterior Restoratives: Materials & Technique · Flowable composites: indications and use · State of the art Composites · Newest restoratives for children · Fissurotomy and different cutting instruments · Finishing and polishing composites and provisionals Impression and Temporary Materials: incl. Hands-On section · ‘No Fuss - No Muss’ techniques for C&B Inlay/Onlay and Temporization · VPS and Polyethers · Use of clear impression material for non-bonded PLV Temporization · Auto-mix Bis-Acryls Provisional materials · Cements: temporary and "permanent" cont.
“ SEMINAR IN PARADISE ™ ” WWW.DRTRAVEL.COM 800-436-1028 Dominican Resort - President’s Week, 2006 Feb. 18 – 25 “ What’s Hot & What’s Getting Hotter” A dvances in Aesthetic Dentistry’s Materials and Techniques cont. Desensitization, Adhesives and Whitening · Indications and technique for Desensitization · “ Generations” of bonding agents · Whitening: Myths v. Facts. In-office & Home · Light cured fibers for splinting in ortho & perio cases · Fiber reinforced composites: intra & extra coronal splinting Adhesive Endodontics and Bondable Posts Cancer screening and detection: When, Where, What and How Painless Anesthesia: It can be done! “ Your Prescription for the Perfect Vacation”
“ SEMINAR IN PARADISE ™ ” Easter – Passover 2006 - Cruise to the Bahamas w/ the best of Florida leaving from NYC April 16 – 23 TMD, Orofacial Pain, and Toothaches of Non-dental Origin Presented by Robert S. Rosenbaum, D.M.D. __________________________________ TMD – MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN: 1. THE TM JOINT: a. How patients describe pain that comes from the TM joint as opposed to pain that comes from the muscles b. Disc displacements. What is a disc displacement and how to distinguish a disc displacement with reduction as opposed to a disc displacement without reduction 2. THE MUSCLES OF MASTICATION: a. How to tell whether a muscle is tight and painful b. How to tell whether the muscle is non-painful but contains trigger points that refer pain around the head, neck, face as well as causing toothaches of non-dental origin 3. THE CERVICAL MUSCLES: a. How to diagnose headaches and facial pain that comes from the neck as opposed to headaches and facial pain that is TMD in origin b. What is the relationship between head position and jaw position? And how does the head position change the bite? c. How to position the head and neck in a standing, upright, or lying down position when adjusting the occlusion on fillings, crowns, as well as when performing an occlusal adjustment cont cont
“ SEMINAR IN PARADISE ™ ” WWW.DRTRAVEL.COM 800-436-1028 Easter – Passover 2006 - Cruise to the Bahamas TMD, Orofacial Pain, and Toothaches of Non-dental Origin cont __________ 4. HANDS ON EXAMINATION: a. How to palpate the TM joint to distinguish joint pain from muscle pain b. How to palpate the TM joint to distinguish a reducing disc displacement form a non-reducing disc displacement c. How to palpate the neck muscles to distinguish whether what seems to be TMD pain is actually coming from the neck 5. TREATMENT: a. How is overall treatment different when the pain is coming from the joint as opposed to the muscles b. How to make an appliance for treating joint pain c. How to make an appliance for treating disc displacements d. How to make an appliance for treating patients with both muscle pain and disc displacements e. How to make an appliance for patients with neck pain cont “ Your Prescription for the Perfect Vacation”
“ SEMINAR IN PARADISE ™ ” WWW.DRTRAVEL.COM 800-436-1028 Easter – Passover 2006 - Cruise to the Bahamas TMD, Orofacial Pain, and Toothaches of Non-dental Origin cont __________ With extensive coverage of the following: Migraine, cluster, and tension-type headaches: neurovascular pain Trigeminal neuralgia and trigeminal nerve disorders – neuropathic pain Toothaches of non-dental origin How do you get neuralgias? What is the treatment for neuralgias causing toothaches? What is the prognosis for toothaches caused by neuralgias? Post implant-insertion: case reports involving non-odontogenic pain For more details, please see our brochure or visit us on the web at “ Your Prescription for the Perfect Vacation”
“ SEMINAR IN PARADISE ™ ” WWW.DRTRAVEL.COM 800-436-1028 Easter – Passover 2006 HAWAIIAN CRUISE April 15 – 22
Dental Pain of Non-Dental Origin
The roadmap to differential diagnosis
Learn pain management for the general dentist
Avoid unsuccessful treatment
Avoid legal entanglements by accurate diagnosis and treatment
Learn how to refer and receive referrals
Differentiate Between Dental and Non-Dental Sources of Head and Facial Pain Presented by Gary M. Heir, D.M.D.
No matter what field or specialty of dentistry, the clinician must always be prepared to encounter the patient with pain. Pain management in dentistry depends on an accurate diagnosis. Incorrect diagnoses often lead to inappropriate treatment, iatrogenic disorders and legal entanglements.