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    • OHIO DENTAL ASSOCIATION ANNUAL SESSION SEPTEMBER 13-16, 2012 Ohio Den tal Asso ciation Capture your potentialAnnual Session - Sept. 13-16, 2012 - Columbus, Ohio www.oda.org
    • WELCOME TO THEOHIO DENTAL ASSOCIATIONANNUAL SESSION TABLE OF CONTENTS Exhibit Hall 1 Exhibitor Listing 2 Events in the Exhibit Hall 3 Things to Do in Columbus 4 Special Events 5 General Information 7 Continuing Education 8 CE Tracks 15 CE Speaker Bios 34 Related Programs 43 Hotels and Parking 44
    • EXHIBIT HALLMORE THAN 200 COMPANIES REPRESENTED EXHIBIT HALL HOURS:With more than 200 companies participating, the ODA’s 146th Thursday, September 13 12:00 to 6:30 p.m.Annual Session exhibition is clearly the best choice when it Friday, September 14comes to shopping for your office. As one of the largest Exhibit 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.Halls in the region nowhere else in the state can you so easily Saturday, September 15compare products you’ve been thinking of buying. Not only will 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.you find everything you need from toothbrushes to lasers, butyou’ll also find knowledgeable company representatives readilyavailable to answer your and your staff’s questions. Preview Program | 2012 ODA Annual Session | 1
    • EXHIBITOR LISTING3C Technology Solutions Designs For Vision Inc Pelton & Crane3M ESPE Digital Doc PeriOptix Inc.ACTEON (Satelec & Sopro) DMA Inc. Philips (Sonicare, Zoom)A-dec, Inc. DMG America Planmeca, Inc.Accutron (PSA) Dowell Dental Products Platypus Orthodontic (Darrow Dental)Acteon North America Ergonomic Products PNC BankAdept Marketing Firegang Digital Marketing Porter Royal Sales CompanyAdvantage Technologies Inc. Forest Dental Products (PSA) Practice ImpactAFTCO Associates Garfield Refining Company Premier Dental Products CoAir Techniques (PSA) Garrison Dental Solutions Preventech (Darrow Dental)Align Technology Inc. GC America Professional Sales Assoc (PSA)AMD Lasers Golden Dental Solutions Professional Solutions InsuranceAseptico, Inc. Greater Curve Prophy Perfect Inc.Aspen Dental Heartland Dental Care ProSites Inc.Back Quality Ergonomics Henry Schein Dental Pulpdent CorporationBank of America Practice Solutions Henschen Consulting Refresh Dental/Professional Dental Alli-Belmont Equipment Hiossen Dental Implant anceBenco Dental Company Hu-Friedy Mfg. Co. Inc. Quantum IncBenham Insurance Associates Hughes Diversified Dental RAMVAC (Dental EZ)Best Card LLC Huntington Wealth Advisors Renaissance Systems & ServicesBest Instruments Inc. ICW International (PSA) RGP Dental, Inc.Bio-Flex Instrumentarium/Soredex ROE Dental LaboratoryBioHorizons Integra Miltex Rose Micro SolutionsBisco Dental Products Isolite Systems SS White Burs, Inc.Blue & Co LLC Ivoclar Vivadent Inc. Scarf WorldBrasseler USA Johns Dental Laboratory Schumacher Dental InstrumentsCareCredit JS Dental Mfg/Directa AB SciCan Inc.Carestream Dental Kapricorn Systems, Inc. SeptodontCasady Refining Services Inc. Kavo Dental Sesame CommunicationsCentrix, Inc. Kerr Corporation Sirona Dental SystemsCetylite Industries (Darrow Dental) Kimberly-Clark Health Care Smile Brands/Bright NowChris D. Callen Insurance Komet USA SolutionreachCincinnati Insurance Companies KSB Dental Spry/XlearColgate Lester A. Dine Inc. StarDental (Dental EZ)Coltene/Whaledent Inc. Lexi Comp Publishing Stellar Private CableColumbia Dentoform (Dental EZ) LumaDent Summit Orthodontic ServicesCommerce National Bank M&CC (PSA) Sunstar AmericasCosmedent Market Connections Inc. Superior Dental CareCrest Oral B Marus Dental Surgitel/General Scientific CorpCustomAir (Dental EZ) Mediaroo.com Team DDSDarrow Dental Medical Protective The Paragon ProgramDDS Refining MegaGen USA U.S. BankDelta Dental Plan of Ohio Midmark Corporation Ultradent Products IncDemandforce Morita USA (Darrow Dental) Ultralight OpticsDental Assisting National Board National Practice Transitions Network US Army Healthcare RecruitingDental Associates Lab, LLC Nevin Labs (Dental EZ) Used Gold.comDental Care Plus Inc. NorthStar Medical Equipment Velscope/LED DentalDental EZ Group NSK Dental Vistar Technologies LLCDental Health Products Inc. Ohio Academy of General Dentistry VOCO AmericaDental Personnel Placement Services Onpharma Williams Dental LabDental Services Group (DSG) Orgagenics (Darrow Dental) Zila, a TOLMAR Co.Dental USA Inc. OraPharma Zimmerman, Boltz & CoDentaQuest Orascoptic ZOLL Medical CorpDental RAT (Darrow Dental) Paradise Dental Technologies (DarrowDENTSPLY Caulk Dental) List as of June 12, 2012.DENTSPLY Professional Paragon Practice Transitions Visit oda.org for a complete listDENTSPLY Tulsa Patterson Dental of exhibitors.2 | 2012 ODA Annual Session | Preview Program Preview Program | 2012 ODA Annual Session | 2
    • EVENTS IN THE EXHIBIT HALLDOOR PRIZES FOR ADA MEMBER DENTISTS AND STAFF TABLE CLINICS Saturday, September 15 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.Daily drawings in the ODA Membership Booth: Thursday, Support provided by ColgateSeptember 13, 6:00 p.m.; Friday, September 14, 5:30 p.m.;Saturday, September 15, 1:00 p.m. Visit the Exhibit Hall Earn up to 2 hours of free CE by attending the Table Clin-to enter your chance to win one of the outstanding prizes ics presented by member dentists, auxiliary staff, dentaldonated by Philips, ODASC and the ODA. All ADA member students and hygiene students.dentists registered* for Annual Session are eligible for thedentist prizes and there are special drawings for regis- MEAL OPTIONStered* dental team members. Simply take your entry tick- Join the exhibitors for your midday meal. Exhibit Hallet – which will automatically be printed with your name concession stands offer many choices, from full mealsbadge – to the ODA Membership Booth located in the to sandwiches and garden salads to snacks and plenty ofExhibit Hall. Prizes for dentists include: Thursday, a $500 comfortable seating.gift card to Tiffany & Co.; Friday, a Philips Fidelio DockingSpeaker with AirPlay; and Saturday, an iPad. Prizes forstaff include: Thursday, a Coach Poppy IKAT Pocket HippyPurse; Friday, a sterling silver Tiffany 1837 Toggle Brace- ODA MEMBERSHIP BOOTHlet; Saturday, a Coach Kristen Leather Domed Satchel.*Attendees registered in category ES are not eligible for Be sure to stop by the ODA Membership Booththe drawings. while visiting the Exhibit Hall. Information onWELCOME RECEPTION all ODA programs, products and services areThursday, September 13 5:00 to 6:30 p.m. available.Make plans now to take part in the kick-off to Annual FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14Session, the Exhibit Hall Welcome Reception on Thursday 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.evening. Free hors d’oeuvers and cash bars highlight thisfestive event. An annual highlight of the reception is the Meet with executive staff from the ODA Department ofspecial program for dental students – member dentists Dental Services and the ODA Department of Legal &will escort students around the Exhibit Hall introducing Legislative Servicesthem to the convenience of outfitting their future officesby attending dental trade shows. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.TAKE A BREAK!Friday, September 14 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. Meet with executive staff from the ODA’s Public Service, Publications, and Membership Services DepartmentsSlow down and Take A Break! in the Exhibit Hall. Visit themore than 200 companies exhibiting this year while youenjoy ice cream or freshly baked cookies.TAILGATE!Saturday, September 15 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.Celebrate your profession and enjoy popcorn and a freedrink while keeping up with the day’s football games.Take advantage of the great deals as we say goodbye tothe 146th ODA Exhibition Hall.3 | 2012 ODA Annual Session | Preview Program Preview Program | 2012 ODA Annual Session | 3
    • THINGS TO DO IN COLUMBUSATTRACTIONS SHORT NORTH TOUR OF HOMES & GARDENS Dates: September 15-16, 2012 Location: Short North ArtsCOSI – CENTER OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY District Hours: Saturday 4-7 p.m. Sunday 10 a.m.-6 p.m.333 West Broad Street Columbus, OH 43215 Admission: $15-$20 for general tour; $100 for Preview(888) 819-2674 www.cosi.org Tour/Cocktail Party/Hosted Dinner (614) 299-8050Hours: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Mon-Sat; www.shortnorthcivic.org12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Sun Join the Short North Civic Association for its annualCOLUMBUS ZOO & AQUARIUM showcase of homes and gardens. Walk along the tree-4850 West Powell Rd. Powell OH 43065 lined tour route or ride in an old-fashioned trolley car(800) MONKEYS www.columbuszoo.org as you explore architectural styles, interior design, andHours: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. landscaping unique to Short North area neighborhoods. A preview dinner, cocktail reception and hosted dinners takeJACK NICKLAUS MUSEUM place on Saturday, and the public tour is on Sunday.2355 Olentangy River Road, Columbus, Ohio 43210(614) 247-5959 www.nicklausmuseum.org COLUMBUS MICROBREW FESTIVALHours: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Tuesday – Saturday Sept 14 5:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. & 15 12:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.ARENA GRAND THEATER Microbreweries are open for tasting on the second floor of175 West Nationwide Blvd, Columbus, OH the North Market, featuring live music. Representatives(614) 470-9900 www.arenagrand.com from each microbrewery will be on hand to answers questions about their signature drafts. Admission to theEVENTS COCKTAILS AT THE CONSERVATORY FRANKLIN event is free. Beer tasting admission is $20 and includesPARK CONSERVATORY AND BOTANICAL GARDENS a commemorative pint glass, ten tasting tickets and a $5Hours: Thursday 5:30-10 p.m. Admission: $11 North Market food certificate.1777 E. Broad St., Columbus, 43203 Phone: (614) 645-1800,(614) 645-8733 www.fpconservatory.org Enjoy a full bar Amazing Tastes of the North Market Tour Just walkingselection, featured cocktails, small plates and live music in around the North Market is a sensory and gustatorythe warmth of the Conservatory. View current exhibitions, occasion … but we’ll do you one better! With our Amazingthe Chihuly collection and watch James Turrell’s Light Tastes Tour you will: learn about the history of publicRaiment II illuminate the John F. Wolfe Palm House at markets in Columbus; Meet some North Market merchantsdusk. 21 and over. who are the backbone of this establishment; Taste a few fabulous local foods (wine, too, if you want); Get your ownSHORT NORTH RESTAURANT SPECIAL mini-North Market shopping spreeCamelot Cellars Winery 958 N. High St., Columbus, 43201(614) 441-8860 www.camelotcellars.com Cost: $15 per person for groups up to 20. Minimum group size of 10. Groups of 21 or larger will be split in half for aAfter having your meal in the Short North, enjoy some wine. 2 hour experience, costing $19 per person. Includes one-Bring your receipt from any Short North area restaurant hour tour, tastes and $5 North Market gift certificate.in to Camelot Cellars Winery and receive $1 off all glassesand $2 off all flights the same day. (Friday-Saturday) RESTAURANTS See www.downtowncolumbus.com NIGHTLIFE Short North - www.shortnorth.org/nightlife Arena District - www.arenadistrict.com/food-and-drink Visit www.oda.org for recommendations about area restaurants and attractions, along with maps and directories.4 | 2012 ODA Annual Session | Preview Program
    • SPECIAL EVENTS ANTHONY THOMAS CHOCOLATES FACTORY TOUR 2:00 pm to 4:30 pm | Thursday, September 13 | $20 per person | Event Code E91Here’s your Golden Ticket to experience candy making from start to finish in AnthonyThomas Chocolates’152,000 square foot, state-of-the-art candy factory. Walk along a glass enclosed suspended “CatWalk” andobserve eight lines producing 25,000 pounds of chocolates per shift. Experienced tour guides explain eachprocess step-by-step, from the kitchens to the final packaging. View interesting sights such as the hugecopper kettles where the centers are created, and unique silver wrapped pipes that carry liquid chocolatethroughout the factory. The tour finishes in Anthony Thomas’ beautiful 2,500 square foot retail shop. Theticket price includes luxury bus transportation from the Greater Columbus Convention to and from the Antho-ny Thomas Chocolates factory, and a chocolate favor. The bus leaves the convention at 2:00 pm and returns atapproximately 4:30 pm.DINNER WITH THE CHEF ODA EXHIBIT HALL WELCOME RECEPTION7:00 pm to 11:00 pm Thursday, September 13 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm Thursday, September 13$150 per person Event Code E92 FREE with registration Culinary lovers looking to enjoy a fun and lively evening The Ohio Dental Association welcomes you to the officialwill enjoy dinner at renowned Chef Hubert Seifert’s kickoff of the convention. Don’t be fooled by the partySPAGIO restaurant’s exclusive, intimate, elegant, Auber- atmosphere, you can still get down to business and shopgine Dining Club. Attendees will participate in a cooking for your office needs from one or all of the 200+ com-demonstration in the setting of a small fine dining restau- panies taking part in this year’s meeting. The free eventrant kitchen as the chef explains how to prepare these offers food, great deals, a cash bar and door prizes. Thisexceptional dishes at home. The ticket price includes a popular event also includes an innovative program wherefive-course dinner served with exquisite wine pairings. dental students from the region are invited to tour the hallAubergine is located in downtown Grandview Heights, with mentor dentists.Ohio, approximately a five-minute taxi ride from the HyattRegency Columbus Hotel. Transportation is not provided. Preview Program | 2012 ODA Annual Session | 5
    • SPECIAL EVENTSNEW DENTIST RECEPTION: BERNARD’S TAVERN CALLAHAN CELEBRATION OF EXCELLENCE HONORING8:00 pm to 10:00 pm Thursday, September 13 ODA PRESIDENT, DR. MARK BRONSONFREE for dentists in practice 10 years or less Featuring The ProfessionalsSponsored by ODPAC Event Code E93 6:30 pm to 12:00 am Friday, September 14 $85 per person Event Code E95All dentists out of dental school 10 years or less are Support provided by Markey’s Audio Visualinvited to attend the New Dentist Reception. Meet up withyour classmates and meet new colleagues at this pre- Bring your spouse & staff and join the celebration tomiere event designed especially for the new practitioner. honor Dr. Bronson and the 2012 Callahan MemorialBernard’s Tavern is conveniently located within walking Award Recipient, Dr. Dominick DePaola, along with yourdistance of the Convention Center at 630 N. High Street. outstanding colleagues at the Callahan CelebrationFree, but you must register to attend. of Excellence. The night starts off with an open bar reception at 6:30 pm, and the event includes theWOMEN DDS LUNCHEON, FEATURING PAMELA SMITH, RD presentation of the Callahan Memorial Award and the12:00 pm to 2:00 pm Friday, September 14 ODA Awards of Excellence. Established in 1920, the$55 per person Event Code E94 Callahan Award is an international honor named for Dr. John Ross Callahan that recognizes outstandingConnect with your colleagues and reconnect with your contributions to dentistry. The ODA Awards of Excellenceassociation at this luncheon created especially for female recognize Ohio dentists and others who have madedentists. Dietician Pam Smith will help you learn the exemplary efforts on behalf of the profession. The awardsscience and the myths about healthy eating, along with include the presentation of the ODA’s highest honor, thethe most current research and practical strategies to live Distinguished Dentist Award. Black-tie optional, the costwell, while enjoying food that’s great for you! also includes an exceptional dinner and dancing with music provided by The Professionals.TAKE A BREAK!3:00 pm to 4:00 pm Friday, September 14 THE BASH! BAR 23, SHORT NORTHFREE with registration 9:00 pm to 1:00 am Friday, September 14 FREE with registrationSlow down and Take A Break! in the Exhibit Hall. Visit the Support provided by Coltene Whaledentmore than 200 companies exhibiting this year while youenjoy ice cream or freshly baked cookies. Good Friends. Convenient Bars. No Cover Charge. That pretty much says it! Don’t miss what is destined to be one of the most popular events of Annual Session, at one of the most popular clubs in Columbus, Bar 23. Your ticket gets you free entry into the club and entry into the VIP area with private cash bars. Bar 23 is conveniently located within walking distance of the Convention Center at 584 N. High Street. Easy. Close. Free. TAILGATE! 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm Saturday, September 15 FREE with registration Celebrate your profession and enjoy popcorn and a free drink while keeping up with the day’s football games. Take advantage of the great deals as we say goodbye to the 146th ODA Exhibition Hall.6 | 2012 ODA Annual Session | Preview Program
    • GENERAL INFORMATIONLOCATION SEMINAR SEATING & COURTESYThe 146th Annual Session of the Ohio Dental Association Plan to arrive early: seating for all seminars is on a first-will take place at the Greater Columbus Convention Center come, first-served basis. Also, please set all cell phones(GCCC) complex, Columbus, Ohio at 400 N. High Street. and pagers to “silent” during seminars. Seminar roomThe headquarters hotel is the Hyatt Regency Columbus, locations will be included in the pre-registration packet350 N. High Street, (614) 463-1234, and is connected to the mailed to all attendees who register by August 3, 2012.GCCC. Most ODA Annual Session events and courses willbe held in the GCCC or the Hyatt Regency. ODA staff will ATTIREbe on-site at the GCCC from Wednesday, September 12 Business casual dress is recommended for the convention.through Sunday, September 16. Dress warmly, in layers, as meeting rooms tend to be cool.FREE CE COURSES FOR MORE INFORMATIONThe ODA Annual Session registration fee includes the For Annual Session program information, call the ODAability to earn up to 10 free CE credits. Free CE courses Annual Session department at (614) 486-2700. For hotelare offered on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday of Annual information and/or reservations, call your hotel of choiceSession – see the CE course listing for details. In addition, directly (see page 44).attendees have the opportunity to earn CE credits whileattending the Table Clinics on Saturday in the Exhibit Hall. PHOTOGRAPHY RELEASEAll of the free courses offered, as well as the Table Clinics, Ohio Dental Association (ODA) event attendees grantqualify toward the Ohio State Dental Board’s biennium permission to the ODA, its subsidiaries and agents tolicensure requirement. The registration fee also provides utilize the attendee’s image or likeness in an effort tounlimited free entrance to the expansive Exhibit Hall, promote current and future events. Attendees waive anythe Welcome Reception, The Bash!, Friday and Saturday right to inspect or approve the finished product or productsExhibit Hall events and daily door prizes in the Exhibit Hall. and the advertising copy or other medium that may be used in connection therewith or to authorize the use toSPECIAL NEEDS which it may be applied.If you have special needs and require accommodationto fully participate in the conference, please contact the COURSE CODESODA Annual Session department at (614) 486-2700, prior The course codes listed for each continuing educationto Annual Session, and the Information Desk located at course provide a helpful way to determine which day eachthe front of the Exhibit Hall during the conference. The course is presented: codes beginning with a “T” indicate theODA complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act courses will be held on Thursday; codes beginning with “F”requirements for accessibility for persons with disabilities. indicate Friday courses; codes beginning with “S” indicate Saturday courses; and codes beginning with “Y” indicateTAX DEDUCTION Sunday courses.Deductions are permitted for educational expenses -including registration fees, transportation, meals, andlodging. Check with your financial advisor for details.CHILD CAREChild Care for children ages 6 months and older can bearranged. Call the ODA at (614) 486-2700 for details.TWO-HOUR LUNCH BREAKSOn Thursday, Friday and Saturday, most CE courses willbreak for two hours for lunch at various intervals between11:30 a.m. and 2 p.m., giving attendees the opportunity tospend time in the exhibit hall with no need to travel off-sitefor lunch – concessions and a dining area are located inthe Exhibit Hall and in the main corridor outside the Hall. Preview Program | 2012 ODA Annual Session | 7
    • CONTINUING EDUCATION INFORMATIONAnnual Session is an official activity of the Ohio Dental Association. Speaker selection is basedon expertise and presentation quality. Speaker participation at Annual Session neither impliesnor reflects ODA endorsement. All seminars are offered as information only and not as financial,accounting, legal, or other professional advice. Persons attending seminars or reviewing handoutmaterials need to consult their own professional advisors for advice. The views and opinions expressedby speakers do not necessarily reflect the policies or positions of the Ohio Dental Association.OSDB CONTINUING EDUCATION CRITERIA CHANGES health-related fields, and certification requirements of mostOSDB Category “C.” On June 29, 2011, the Ohio State health-related fields.Dental Board (OSDB) approved a new policy on continuingeducation which allows licensees to obtain up to 6 OHIO STATE DENTAL BOARDhours of the 40 hour biennial CE requirement for dentist The Ohio State Dental Board (OSDB) recognizes the Ohiolicensees and 24 hour biennial requirement for hygiene Dental Association (ODA) as a Permanent Sponsor oflicensees in the new category “C” of “non-clinical continuing education.dental subject matter.” The board is in the process ofcodifying this policy into its administrative rules. Those OTHER STATE BOARDS OF DENTISTRYtopics which are now acceptable for CE credit in this As an ADA CERP provider and/or state affiliate of the Americancategory include: dental billing practices; courses to Dental Association, CE courses presented by the Ohio Dentalimprove recall and scheduling systems, production flow, Association are accepted as appropriately administeredcommunication systems and data management; courses presentations by most state boards and/or agencies ofin organization and management of the dental practice dentistry. If you have questions about a specific stateincluding office computerization and design, ergonomics, requirement or need prior approval of a course to meet yourand the improvement of practice administration and office state’s requirement, please contact the ODA Annual Sessionoperations; and courses in leadership development and Department directly at (614) 486-2700 or dentist@oda.org.team development, among others. ACADEMY OF GENERAL DENTISTRYOSDB Category “A” includes acceptable continuing Continuing education programs offered by ADA CERPeducation for all Ohio licensees defined as educational recognized providers are accepted by the AGD forand scientific courses presented in directly interactive Fellowship/Mastership credit.presentation format. There is no limit to the number of CEhours a dentist or hygiene licensee can obtain during each CREDIT HOURSbiennium in this category. The number of continuing education (CE) credits for each seminar is equal to the number of course hours for thatOSDB Category “G” includes Table Clinics. A maximum of class. However, not all course topics meet the mandatory2 continuing education hours may be obtained during each requirement for renewal as mandated by the Ohio Statebiennium in this category by dentist or hygiene licensees. Dental Board (OSDB) or other licensing agencies. It is the responsibility of each licensee to understand the specific CECONTINUING EDUCATION RECOGNIZED PROVIDER rules of their respective licensure board. The OSDB currentThe Ohio Dental Association is an American Dental biennium ends on December 31, 2013.Association (ADA) Continuing Education RecognizedProvider (CERP). ADA CERP is a service of the American COMPUTERIZED CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITDental Association to assist dental professionals in Support Provided by ODA Services Corp., Inc.identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. A computerized accreditation process will be in use duringADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses the 2012 ODA Annual Session. Attendees will receive a codeor instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours during each course and will enter that information at one ofby boards of dentistry. As a national continuing education the CE printing stations to print their own personalized CEaccreditation system, CERP recognized providers are certificates prior to leaving the meeting. No time to printapproved providers of dental continuing education, and are out your form while at Annual Session? No problem; CErecognized as approved CE providers by the dental licensing slips will also be available online for easy access from yourboards of most states, the licensing agencies of most home or office computer.8 | 2012 ODA Annual Session | Preview Program
    • THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13EXHIBIT HALL HOURS12:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.FEATURED CE COURSESSocial Media BootcampCourse Code: T26Laci L. Phillips and Bonnie Pugh 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.Oral Surgery Workshopfor the General PractitionerCourse Code: T14Robert R. Edwab, DDS9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.FEATURED SPECIAL EVENTSAnthony Thomas ChocolatesFactory ToursEvent Code E91Thursday, September 132:00 pm to 4:30 pmGOING GREEN FOR YOUR CONVENIENCEIn an effort to be both environmentally friendly and as a convenience to ourattendees, the ODA is providing course handout materials on-line, in advanceof Annual Session. Appropriate materials can be downloaded and/or printed atyour convenience. Handout information will be available for all courses for whichmaterials are provided by the speaker.Materials will be available starting August 15 and will be online until October 31.Materials can be found on the ODA’s website, www.oda.org. You will need yourregistration number to access appropriate materials. Handout materials will notbe available onsite. Plan ahead, print your handouts and enjoy your courses byhelping the ODA Annual Session Go Green – For Your Convenience! Preview Program | 2012 ODA Annual Session | 9
    • CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSESKEY: M: ODA MEMBER DENTIST NMD: NONMEMBER DENTIST S/O: DENTAL AUXILIARIES, OFFICE STAFF AND OTHER REGISTRANTS.THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 ....................................................................................................................................ODA PLAQUE ATTACK TRACK THURSDAY 2012 all that we can to the people we serve? Learn how some of• Various Speakers the best dental practices are tapping unused resources to9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. deepen their connections with patients, increase their personalCE Hours: 6 OSDB Category: A Course Code: T10 passion, optimize their performance, increase their productionFee: M: $155 NMD: $220 S/O: $99 and boost their profitability in the current economy. If you are looking for a course to inspire you and your team….this is it!Thursday’s presentations include: The time is NOW to create your best year ever! Learn whatBreaking News: What is your response? some of the best dental practices in the country are doing toPresenter: John L. Mayo, DDS create their most profitable months ever.We receive various suggestions of subject matter from C.E At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to:attendees. This course will address three very diverse but »» Use a step-by-step diagnostic tool to identify (and correct)highly publicized topics often requested: the oralsystemic specific areas of the practice that suppress productionconnection, dental stem cells, and toothpaste selection. With and limit new patient growththe many rapid advances in research, there are an ever- »» Authentically inspire the team to stay “fully engaged” withincreasing number of research papers and journal articles patientsaddressing these areas. Also, as a result, there is a higher »» Identify personal disciplines to stay happy and alive in thepublic interest and an increase in the amount of public media profession of dentistrycoverage. There is no consensus on any of theses areas. Withso many sources of information, there can be some confusion THE ART & SCIENCE OF BUFFERING ANESTHETIC:and even conflicting reports. It is important that we have DEFINING THE FUTUREawareness and a sound knowledge of these subjects when • Michael Falkel, DDStalking with or advising our patients. 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: T12At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: Fee: M: $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71»» Understand current science and biology involved in the Support provided by OnPharma oralsystemic connection»» Confidently address these issues with patients This presentation will focus on the science of local anesthesia including: the time course of analgesia, the factors thatDiabetes Mellitus and Dentistry contribute to inconsistent anesthetic performance andPresenter: John P. Gobetti, DDS, MS how the body must overcome the acidity of local anesthetic injections before the anesthetic can take effect. A novel exvivo alkalization (buffering) system will be describedThe course covers the pathophysiology, the etiology, the along with the role buffering anesthetic plays in “Definingevaluation, and the significance of blood studies concerning the Future” of local anesthesia in dentistry.Diabetes Mellitus. Discussions will cover the signs andsymptoms of the various forms of diabetes and how to At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to:manage and/or treat patients with the disease. »» Understand the time course of local anesthesia as it relates to procedures in dentistryAt the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: »» Discuss the role of pH and dissolved CO2 in anesthetic»» Recognize the signs and symptoms of Diabetes performance»» Understand the pathophysiology blood diseases such as »» List the variable that must be controlled in order to buffer Diabetes Mellitus anesthetic perfectly »» Describe how to manage anesthetic pH in order to achieve7 BREAKTHROUGH STEPS TO CREATE YOUR BEST profound analgesia in patients with infected tissueYEAR EVER!• Kirk Behrendt DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY FOR THE DENTAL TEAM9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. • Dennis Hartlieb, DDSCE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: C Course Code: T11 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.Fee: M: $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71 CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: T13 Fee: M $245 NMD: $310 S/O: $175During this valuable day we will examine what it truly means Limited Attendance Hands-on Workshopto be all that we can be for our patients. We use words likeexcellence, commitment and service, but do we really give If you want to be more profitable and produce more dentistry10 | 2012 ODA Annual Session | Preview Program
    • ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................... (and have fun doing it!) then this hands-on workshop is for TRANZITIONAL VS TRADITIONAL: INNOVATION IN you and your team. Taking dental images and knowing how COMPOSITE BONDING to utilize them are a major element in expanding cosmetic • Corky Willhite, DDS and other elective dental services. Sharing the digital 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. photographs with patients will help motivate the patient to do CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: T15 the dentistry that you have been talking about for years. Digital Fee: M $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71 dental photography also allows the practice to provide better Support provided by Dentsply International treatment planning, legal documentation, record keeping and Partnership with OAGD laboratory communication. This hands-on course will provide step-by-step instruction to train the doctor and the dental Learn a practical technique using composite that offers team to take beautiful and awesome digital photographs of many advantages over traditional composite or porcelain their patients. The team will learn techniques that they will restorations. Patients—including those that need extensive be able to bring to the office to help transform the practice changes for function and esthetics—love conservative immediately. Attendees are encouraged to bring their dental treatment, whether for financial reasons or just because they camera or one will be provided. don’t want their teeth “drilled down.” Requiring virtually no prep even for smile makeovers and full mouth rehabilitation At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: cases, long-lasting results can be expected. This course is »» Demonstrate intraoral photography techniques very different than other resin courses. It is not about how »» Use simple tricks to ensure excellent photographs to layer the resins, tints and opaquers but covers additional »» Utilize step-by-step techniques for predictability and information that will help any doctor master their Composite consistency Bonding skills. ORAL SURGERY WORKSHOP FOR THE GENERAL At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: PRACTITIONER »» Understand guidelines for restoring anterior guidance in • Robert R. Edwab, DDS severe wear cases 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. »» Build large composite restorations quickly and CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: T14 conservatively Fee: M: $305 NMD: $400 S/O: $215 »» Recognize what materials work best in noncompliant Limited Attendance Hands-on Workshop patients »» Understand practical occlusal principles for maximizing Step-by-step techniques to broaden your scope of practice longevity and make oral surgery more enjoyable and income- »» Perform a method of opening Vertical Dimension that is producing are performed on fresh pig mandibles. Each practical and effective exercise is preceded by an AV presentation to outline the procedure and introduce the required instruments. Next, Note: A hands-on workshop accompanies this course. See the clinician demonstrates the procedure in front of you. Course Code: T31 for registration information. Each attendee then performs the surgical procedure on his or her own pig mandible. Learn to perform a frenectomy, CONEBEAM COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY: USING IT biopsy, flap techniques and an I & D. Learn about suturing SUCCESSFULLY IN YOUR PRACTICE techniques as you work. Proper use of the cowhorn and • Sharon Brooks, DDS Ash forceps are demonstrated as you extract anterior 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and posterior teeth along with the use of a rongeur when CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: T16 doing alveoplasties and root removals. All materials and Fee: M $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71 instruments are supplied by the clinician. Conebeam computed tomography (CBCT) has the potential At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: to revolutionize dental practice by providing the third »» Demonstrate proper instrumentation dimension in dental imaging. This course will emphasize »» Execute proper suturing techniques two major topics: the safe use of this technology, including »» Demonstrate extraction techniques radiation dosimetry and appropriate case selection, plus a »» Perform the surgical removal of a frenum step-by-step method to obtain all the diagnostic information »» Demonstrate excisional biopsy techniques in the scan by interpreting it completely, including the parts outside the area of interest. Preview Program | 2012 ODA Annual Session | 11
    • CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSESKEY: M: ODA MEMBER DENTIST NMD: NONMEMBER DENTIST S/O: DENTAL AUXILIARIES, OFFICE STAFF AND OTHER REGISTRANTS.THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, CONT. .............................................................................................................At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: increased in the marketplace. With self-etching technology»» Safely use CBCT in their office emerging as a viable alternative to traditional techniques»» Interpret scans appropriately and the development of new technology to assist clinicians with bulk fill techniques, it is easy to get confused andDENTAL BILLING & CODING...STRATEGIES THAT WORK fall behind. What materials will you advocate for use in• Laci L. Phillips your practice? What has the literature been revealing on9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. materials in current use? Should practitioners changeCE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: C Course Code: T17 their current techniques? What preparation design willFee: M $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71 you utilize? This lecture/hands-on course will attempt toSupport provided by CareCredit make sense of all of the products and techniques available in today’s marketplace and will focus on materials andDefine key communication techniques you need to use with their applications as well as a brief review of some of thethe patient and insurance companies. Outline how insurance literature. Emphasis will be placed on new developments incompanies work and how to use that knowledge to prevent the composite area as well as outline what developments todenials and get paid faster. Identify common coding and watch for in the coming years.documentation errors that can be causing revenue loss. Learnhow to head off legal and malpractice issues by properly At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to:charting and using the SOAP method for documentation. »» Utilize self etching principles and how they are applied to composite resinsAt the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: »» Reproduce anatomical form with every restoration»» Identify common coding and documentation errors »» Successfully and predictably place a bulkfilled restoration»» Understand how insurance companies process dental claims »» Finish composite restorations to create lifelike results»» Properly chart OAGD LUNCHEON7 HABITS OF SUCCESSFUL DENTAL PRACTICES 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.• Gary M. DeWood, DDS CE Hours: 1 OSDB Category: A Course Code: T209:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Fee: $40CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: C Course Code: T18 Limited AttendanceFee: M $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71 Join your dentist colleagues for lunch and a presentationSuccessful practices know that “good enough” never is. But with special guest, Dr. Corky Willhite. All Annual Sessioncharacteristics of great practices include these 7 things: attendees are welcome to attend the Ohio Academy ofThey know themselves; know their patients; know what they General Dentistry (OAGD) luncheon and business meeting.see; know their work; can apply their knowledge; never stoplearning; and, continually raise their bar. FOR DENTAL HYGIENISTS* ONLY • Preventative Products Roundtable Luncheon Thursday 2012At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: 12:00 to 2:00 PM»» Define a plan for the future of the practice CE Hours: 2 OSDB Category: A Course Code: T21»» Identify the ideal patient for the practice Fee: $65»» Design the patient experience with intent Limited Attendance»» Create a learning plan for the doctor and the team Dental Hygienists won’t want to miss this innovative Lunch & Learn program just for them! Representatives from theRESTORATION OF ANTERIOR & POSTERIOR TEETH WITH leading preventative products companies will participate inCOMPOSITE RESIN: WORKSHOP FOR DRS.& EFDAS this interactive session where attendees will be seated at• Marc Geissberger, DDS tables for lunch and company representatives will travel the9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. room spending time at each table describing their newestCE Hours: 4 OSDB Category: A Course Code: T19 materials and answering dental hygienists’ questions.Fee: M $245 NMD: $310 S/O: $175Limited Attendance Hands-on Workshop *Due to limited seating, only dental hygienists can attendSupport provided by Kerr Corp. this course.The use of composite resin material as a direct restorativefor anterior and posterior restorations has dramatically12 | 2012 ODA Annual Session | Preview Program
    • .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... THE SECRETS TO BOOSTING YOUR PRODUCTION AND RADIOGRAPHY REVIEW 2012 PROFIT IN 12 MONTHS • Sharon Brooks, DDS • Kirk Behrendt 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. CE Hours: 2 OSDB Category: A Course Code: T24 CE Hours: 2 OSDB Category: C Course Code: T22 Fee: M $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71 Fee: M $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71 A general review of the basics of radiographic imaging, Growing the production of a dental practice is fairly easy if you processing, and interpretation. follow some fundamental rules, but profitability is a different story. Learn the “insider’s secrets” to how some dentists At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: maintain overhead costs and increase their net take home pay. »» Grasp any updates in the radiographic field »» Refresh their current knowledge of dental radiography At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: »» Diagnose the elements that make a successful practice Note: This course meets the two-hour radiography review and promote continual growth required by the OSDB for dental assistant radiographers. »» Use 7 steps to create more significant and powerful relationships with patients LOCAL ANESTHESIA – TECHNIQUE, ANATOMY AND »» Prepare the “stage” of great performance and how to set PHYSIOLOGY IN THE DIGITAL ERA the practice up to succeed • Michael Falkel, DDS »» Use a step-by-step diagnostic tool to identify (and correct) 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. specific areas of the practice that limit growth CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: T25 Fee: M $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71 OPTIMAL PERI-IMPLANT MAINTENANCE: SCIENCE, Support provided by OnPharma SYSTEMS, AND SUCCESS! • Susan Wingrove, RDH, FADIA This presentation will focus on the techniques and anatomy for 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. all dental injections through an exciting, novel digital teaching CE Hours: 2 OSDB Category: A Course Code: T23 modality. Visualization of vital structures and anatomical Fee: M $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71 landmarks will be delivered in an unforgettable approach using Support provided by Paradise Dental Technologies (PDT) CT and MRI scan data with 3D volume rendering and maximum intensity imaging. Utilizing this teaching approach can make all Gain an understanding of the science of implant dentistry, techniques easier, safer and more effective. placement, and restoration. Learn a system for successful peri-implant maintenance, assessment, instrumentation, At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: and monitoring for all the challenges of implantology. Attain »» Feel confident delivering local anesthesia by having a the verbal skills to talk with patients about the Risk, Benefits, thorough review of head and neck anatomy and Alternatives (RBA’s) to replacing missing teeth with dental »» Describe all dental block and infiltration injection implants and case acceptance for happier, healthier patients. techniques to achieve comfortable and effective anesthesia for all procedures At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: »» Describe how to reduce anesthetic failures, decrease »» Understand the current considerations to assess an stress associated with delivering anesthetic for both the implant with soft tissue assessment patient and the dental provider »» Know the protocols for probing/radiographic monitoring, and recognize the signs of a failing implant and the SOCIAL MEDIA BOOTCAMP recommended protocols for treatment • Laci L. Phillips and Bonnie Pugh »» Understand the considerations in performing safe implant 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. maintenance, the proper instruments that can be used, CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: C Course Code: T26 and how to meet all the instrumentation challenges of Fee: M: $140 NMD: $200 S/O: $125 implantology This intense computer lab setup gives you and your team the best opportunity with hands-on experience for diving into the social media game. Designed for doctors and all team members who want to network with other offices while learning the basics of social media platforms, how to extend your brand to the world of social media and how to market Preview Program | 2012 ODA Annual Session | 13
    • CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSESKEY: M: ODA MEMBER DENTIST NMD: NONMEMBER DENTIST S/O: DENTAL AUXILIARIES, OFFICE STAFF AND OTHER REGISTRANTS.THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, CONT. .............................................................................................................your dental practice in this arena. Computers and internet At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to:access will be available for attendees as we guide you »» Understand the mechanics behind implantsthrough creating and updating your social media presence. »» Recognize the importance of implants as a choice forFind out what your “webutation” is all about! patients »» Be more comfortable with the implant processAt the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to:»» Understand each of the social media platforms used by This course is repeated on Friday morning. See Course today’s businesses Code: F43.»» Pros and cons of extending the practice’s image online»» Create or update a practice Facebook page and Twitter account SUTURING WORKSHOP • Robert R. Edwab, DDSREALITY OR RESIN: FREEHAND ARTISTRY WITH 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.ANTERIOR BONDING CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: T29• Dennis Hartlieb, DDS Fee: M $305 NMD: $400 S/O: $2152:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Limited Attendance Hands-on WorkshopCE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: T27Fee: M $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71 Various suture materials and techniques will be demonstratedSupport provided by Cosmedent in this hands-on workshop using pig mandibles. Learn when to use silk, gut, chromic and synthetic resorbable sutureComposite resin is the most versatile and important materials. Learn suture techniques including interrupted,material in the restorative dentist’s armamentarium. Direct continuous, horizontal mattress, and the figure of eightresin bonding is unique in our field in that the dentist has interrupted suture. Learn how to repair a split lip in threecomplete control in the design, color, contour, translucency layers and a lacerated tongue involving two layers. Learn toand polish of the definitive restoration. Given the versatility suture closed envelope flaps around teeth and those flapsof direct resin, the opportunities for its use are limited only with a releasing incision. All the procedures will be doneby the imagination and expertise of the provider. on pig mandibles which will offer attendees similar clinical surgical situations. All materials including gloves, sutures,At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: instruments and pig mandibles are supplied.»» Identify what materials are critical for creating excellence with anterior free hand bonding At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to:»» Understand the techniques necessary to blend composite »» Recognize available suture materials to tooth structure to hide Class IV fractures »» Demonstrate suturing techniques»» Utilize a systematic approach utilizing nanofilled composites, »» Perform split lip repair opaquers, tints and microfills to create natural, beautiful and »» Perform lacerated tongue repair predictable anterior direct resin restorations »» Understand the difference between reverse cutting and conventional cutting needlesBASIC IMPLANTOLOGY FOR DENTAL AUXILIARIES –PARTS & PIECES BEHIND THE WRENCH PREVENTIVE DENTAL EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE• Keith Norwalk, DDS • Henry Schein Dental Technical Services Staff2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: T28 CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: T30Fee: M $245 NMD: $310 S/O: $175 Fee: M FREE NMD: $90 S/O: FREELimited Attendance Hands-on Workshop Support provided by Henry Schein DentalWhere the devil did these things called implants come from Have you ever missed an afternoon of productivity due to aanyway? Do you need a hardware store in your office to simple maintenance problem? Attend this course to learndo them? How do the parts and pieces go together? What various basic maintenance procedures to follow in yourabout the bone the implants go into? Once they are placed, practice to keep your equipment running more efficiently.how do we take care of them? Approximately 70% of general This program identifies general areas and types of functionsdentists do not surgically place implants in their offices, but you can do to ensure that your equipment stays operatingstatistics show that all dental practices will see patients who correctly. Equipment maintenance protocol coveredhave implants. This workshop is designed specifically for will include vacuums, compressors, x-ray processors,staff to begin to understand the basics about implants. autoclaves, operatory lights, and more.14 | 2012 ODA Annual Session | Preview Program
    • .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: »» Recognize simple repairs that can be done in-office and »» Identify when occlusion affects the patient’s signs and when to call a service technician symptoms »» Set up a maintenance procedures plan for the office »» Apply bite splint therapy based on a diagnosis »» Apply bite splint therapy protocol based on time and ADDING INCISAL LENGTH FOR FUNCTION AND ESTHETICS outcome expectations • Corky Willhite, DDS »» Create a stable, organized occlusion on natural teeth 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: T31 Fee: M $245 NMD: $310 S/O: $175 CONTINUING EDUCATION TRACKS Limited Attendance Hands-on Workshop Support provided by Dentsply International Consider these courses scientific CE course, the New designed to offer a Dentist will find a variety of opportunities at the ODA’s This program is aimed at the dentist who wants to offer continuum of specific 146th Annual Session. Look a more practical and affordable option to patients who topics directed to for Course Codes: T26; F41; traditionally would be prepped for porcelain restorations to specific audiences. F63, and Event Code E93. add incisal length to small or worn teeth. This experience will help you to immediately improve traditional resin PATIENT ORIENTED ESPECIALLY FOR DENTAL restorations and understand how to use composite in DIAGNOSIS AND HYGIENISTS situations typically only done in porcelain. Participants will RESTORATION The ODA Annual Session complete their own composite restoration featuring one of Dr. Gary DeWood and Dr. Lee has a reputation of offering the most common situations—making a worn tooth longer Ann Brady join together to outstanding courses and offer a total of six courses offerings especially for to look and function better. from practice management hygienists, and this year to a hands-on course is no exception. From the At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: designed to help accomplish Hygienist-only Roundtables, »» Use a step-by-step procedure for lengthening a tooth to exquisite anterior restorative to perio topics, to over the build or restore anterior guidance while achieving natural results. Look for Course counter products, to required beauty in a composite restoration with little or no prep Codes: T18; T32; F41; F61; courses such as medical »» Build functional incisal anatomy using a practical template S76; S84. emergencies and CPR technique (i.e. a putty index) training, a broad variety of »» Understand how composite materials are handled for PLAQUE ATTACK TRACK learning opportunities await results that will look great for years A unique offering of courses hygienists. Look for Course »» Perform a polishing technique for an incredibly natural finish designed for the entire Codes: T21; F54; F57; S70; dental team, the Plaque S79; Y88. Attack Track features strong, Note: Course Code: T15 is a prerequisite to take this hands- science-based courses that TEAM MOTIVATION & on workshop. provide information directly TRAINING impacting patient care. The A recent change in the BITE SPLINTS AND OCCLUSAL THERAPY IN track also makes learning Ohio State Dental Board RESTORATIVE PRACTICES convenient, with all courses continuing education • Gary M. DeWood, DDS being presented in the same requirements now allow 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. classroom with instructors dentist and dental hygienist CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: T32 coming to the attendees licensees to count up Fee: M $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71 verses attendees traveling to to six hours of practice different classrooms. Look for management courses Course Codes: T10; F40; S69. toward license renewal. The difference between success and failure when treating an occlusion rests in the joints and on the tops of the teeth. Take advantage of the COURSES FOR THE NEW pending rule change to take Understanding the level of risk presented by each individual’s DENTIST staff to hear nationally- presenting condition is a vital beginning. If the health of the Dentists in practice less than known speakers such as joints or the functional occlusion poses a risk to achieving a 10 years will be interested in Bruce Christopher, Debra longterm predictable result, we must know how to manage a variety courses designed Engelhardt-Nash, Dr. David that risk and optimize the outcome. We begin with excellent for the newer practitioner. Ahearn, Laci Phillips and diagnostic skills, and where it is appropriate the application From a special reception to Kelli Vrla. Look for Course of bite splint therapy diagnostically and therapeutically to practice marketing topics, Codes: T11; T22; F47; F59; transfer what we discover through the bite splint to the teeth. to a fee reduction on a F60; F38; F38; F56; S74; S81. 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    • FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14EXHIBIT HALL HOURS10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.FEATURED CE COURSESPractice Management Learning LabsCourse Codes: F38, F53 and F56Laci L. Phillips and Bonnie Pugh Various TimesHygiene Round TableCourse Code: F5412:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.FEATURED SPECIAL EVENTSCallahan Celebration of ExcellenceHonoring Dr. Mark BronsonEvent Code E95Friday, September 146:30 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.The Bash!Friday, September 149:00 pm to 1:00 am GOING GREEN FOR YOUR CONVENIENCEIn an effort to be both environmentally friendly and as a convenience to ourattendees, the ODA is providing course handout materials on-line, in advanceof Annual Session. Appropriate materials can be downloaded and/or printed atyour convenience. Handout information will be available for all courses for whichmaterials are provided by the speaker.Materials will be available starting August 15 and will be online until October 31.Materials can be found on the ODA’s website, www.oda.org. You will need yourregistration number to access appropriate materials. Handout materials will notbe available onsite. Plan ahead, print your handouts and enjoy your courses byhelping the ODA Annual Session Go Green – For Your Convenience!16 | 2012 ODA Annual Session | Preview Program
    • FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 ................................................................................................................................INVISALIGN CLEAR ESSENTIALS I INVISALIGN CLEAR ESSENTIALS II• James Day, DDS • Brian Gray, DDS8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (1 hour lunch break) 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (1 hour lunch break)CE Hours: 8 OSDB Category: A Course Code: F34 CE Hours: 7 OSDB Category: AFee: M $1695 NMD: $1695 Fee: M $199 NMD: $199Support provided by Align Technology Course Code: F36Limited Attendance Support provided by Align Technology Limited AttendanceThis one day course is designed specifically for the generalpractitioner and team members that wish to incorporate A lecture for GPs who currently offer Invisalign in theirthe Invisalign® system into their practice. This case-based practice, this highly interactive one day course is designedtraining provides participants with the clinical and operational to deliver insights from colleagues to augment expertise,confidence to successfully treat a range of highly predictable contribute to patient success and enhance practicecases. In addition to providing your entire team with essential economics. Learn how to approach more difficult cases andclinical, operational and marketing skills, the course presents a complex tooth movements with aligners and auxiliaries.full range of support resources specifically designed to meet theneeds of the non-orthodontic practice. Attendees of this course At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to:will understand the necessary steps of the Invisalign system »» Improve clinical outcomesincluding: Case selection and treatment goal planning; case »» Realize better practice economicssubmission; treatment planning process; treatment initiation; »» Offer a more complete array of treatment options to patientscase monitoring; finishing and retention; describing availablesupport tools to assist with the Invisalign system; selecting This program is fully sponsored by Align Technology, manufacturer ofmore predictable cases for treatment based on relevant clinical Invisalign products. Clinical presenters may receive an honorarium from,experience; and gaining the necessary knowledge to integrate and may hold stock in Align Technology.the Invisalign system into their practice immediately. Dentistswho register for Course F34 can bring up to eight (8) auxiliary INVISALIGN CLEAR TECHNIQUES II: USING INVISALIGN®staff members for no additional course fee. Simply register TO BE THE BEST ORTHODONTIST YOU CAN BEauxiliary staff to attend Course F35. • William Dayan, DDS 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (1 hour lunch break)At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: CE Hours: 7 OSDB Category: A Course Code: F37»» Identify ideal case types for Invisalign treatments Fee: M $199 NMD: $199»» Integrate all aspects of the Invisalign process into the Support provided by Align Technology practice Orthodontists Only Limited Attendance»» Use the software that depicts a virtual set up of your planned treatment Orthodontics has always been based on principles of force»» Find help and resources for additional information and systems applied to teeth which create movement. By training learning the foundation of the force system applied to teeth by aligners, orthodontists can learn to move teeth bodily inThis program is fully sponsored by Align Technology, manufacturer of the same way that traditional fixed orthodontic appliancesInvisalign products. Clinical presenters may receive an honorarium from, move teeth. In many cases, Invisalign® can offer even betterand may hold stock in Align Technology. control than traditional fixed braces. Using this knowledge, along with mastering the ClinCheck® treatment planINVISALIGN CLEAR ESSENTIALS I - STAFF process, orthodontists can direct the appliance system to8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (1 hour lunch break) correct malocclusions and provide patients with a healthyCE Hours: 8 OSDB Category: A Course Code: F35 and beautiful smile both during and after treatment. Don’tFREE When Attending with Dentist miss this valuable opportunity to increase your knowledgeLimited Attendance of the Invisalign system.Dentists registering for Course F34 can register up to At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to:eight (8) auxiliary staff members for no additional charge. »» Understand the biomechanics of Invisalign, and how toAuxiliary staff members will attend the Friday course from apply root control in Invisalign8 am to 5 pm, and can earn up to 8 CE credits. See Course »» Maximize ClinCheck review skills and use Invisalign toCode: F34 for full course description. correct a variety of malocclusions including: crowding, spacing, class II and class III cases, depbite, openbite, Preview Program | 2012 ODA Annual Session | 17
    • CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSESKEY: M: ODA MEMBER DENTIST NMD: NONMEMBER DENTIST S/O: DENTAL AUXILIARIES, OFFICE STAFF AND OTHER REGISTRANTS.FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, CONT. ........................................................................................................................ extractions cases, and surgical cases. components needed to be in compliance with the OSDB’s»» Treatment plan with Invisalign regulations. Topics covered include, but are not limited to: 1. The history, philosophy and psychology of N2 O-O2This program is fully sponsored by Align Technology, manufacturer of minimal sedationInvisalign products. Clinical presenters may receive an honorarium from, 2. Definition and descriptions of the physiological andand may hold stock in Align Technology. psychological aspects of pain and anxiety 3. Concepts and management of pain and anxietyPRACTICE MANAGEMENT LEARNING LAB EXPERIENCE: 4. Indications and contraindications for N2 O-O2 minimalDENTRIX sedation• Laci L. Phillips and Bonnie Pugh 5. Anatomy and physiology of respiration8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. 6. Medical assessment of the patient prior to administrationCE Hours: 2 OSDB Category: C Course Code: F38 of N2 O-O2 minimal sedationFee: M: $125 NMD: $185 S/O: $125 7. Moderate and deep sedation/general anesthesia versusLimited Attendance Hands-on Workshop minimal sedation 8. Pharmacological and physiological effects of nitrousThis 2 hour computer lab will give you and your team the oxidebest opportunity for hands-on experience using your own 9. A description of the stages of drug induced centralpractice management software. This is not a program to nervous system depression through all levels ofsell you on Dentrix, it’s a program which teaches all of the consciousness and unconsciousness with specialadditional tasks and capabilities that you and your team emphasis on the distinction between the conscious andmay not be utilizing. It’s designed for doctors and all team unconscious statemembers who want to network with other Dentrix users 10. Monitoring of N2 O-O2 minimal sedationwhile learning more about using the Dentrix software in 11. Management of complications and medical emergenciesa reduced paper/chart free environment; with a focus on 12. Legal and ethical considerationsutilizing your software to explore the possibilities of taking 13. Occupational exposureyour practice to the next level. 14. Successful completion of a written examination, provided by the board-approved permanent sponsorAt the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to:»» Understand how Dentrix can enhance the practice’s new As directed by the criteria set forth by the OSDB, a written exam patient experience will be administered at the end of the seminar. Attendees will»» Utilize Dentrix from the very first phone call to the first receive course and exam verification records by mail within appointment to the clinical rooms and back up front to two weeks of completing the course and exam. finish the appointment»» Use the electronic notes feature in each module At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to:»» Run appropriate reports for the practice »» Meet the OSDB complete educational requirement for monitoring nitrous oxide sedation in the dental officeNote: Similar labs will be conducted for EagleSoft, CourseCode: F53, and SoftDent, Course Code: F56 Note: This course meets the Ohio State Dental Board’s (OSDB) educational requirement for dental auxiliaries toMONITORING NITROUS OXIDE SEDATION monitor dental patients receiving nitrous oxide sedation.• Larry J. Sangrik, DDS To monitor nitrous oxide in the dental office, dental team9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. members must also have an appropriate CPR certification.CE Hours: 6 OSDB Category: A Course Code: F39 The American Heart Association BLS for Health CareFee: M: $190 NMD: $255 S/O: $135 Providers certification is offered at Annual Session on Saturday, September 15, see Course Code: S79.Dental care being postponed by patients due to fear of dentaltreatment has caused the loss of countless teeth. Nitrous This course does not meet the OSDB’s criteria for hygienists tooxide remains the dental profession’s ally in helping patients administer nitrous oxide under the direct supervision of a dentist.cope with the anxiety associated with receiving dental care.This course meets the Ohio State Dental Board’s (OSDB)regulations to allow properly trained dental auxiliariesto monitor nitrous oxide under the direct supervision of adentist. The course is for dental assistants, CDAs or CODAs,EFDAs, and hygienists and provides the lecture and testing18 | 2012 ODA Annual Session | Preview Program
    • ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................... ODA PLAQUE ATTACK TRACK FRIDAY 2012 EVALUATING AND DESIGNING OCCLUSION • Various Speakers • Lee Ann Brady, DMD and Gary M. DeWood, DDS, MS 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. CE Hours: 6 OSDB Category: A Course Code: F40 CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: F41 Fee: M: $155 NMD: $220 S/O: $99 Fee: M: $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71 Discount for the New Dentist: $45 for dentists in practice Friday’s Presentations Include: 10 years or less Digital Radiography in the Dental Office Support provided by Delta Dental Foundation Presenter: Sharon Brooks, DDS, MS Partnership with the Ohio Academy of Pediatric Dentists When it comes to occlusion, every patient “wears” their What’s so special about digital radiography? How can I get complete history. Their teeth will tell you what they do if you good digital images when I can’t bend the corners of the can read the story. This course will teach you that language. digital sensor like I do with film? Are there any special tips It will offer ideas to treat the occlusion, to work with the I need to know about using sensors? How about saving and occlusion, and then create an occlusion when it’s necessary storing images? This program will try to answer all your to change everything. questions about digital imaging in the dental office so you can obtain the most diagnostically accurate images possible, At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: on the first attempt. (No, you can’t just keep retaking them »» Recognize wear patterns and the story they tell to get a “good one” even though the dose is usually lower »» Tell when equilibration is necessary and when it is not than with film.) If you have specific topics that you would »» Understand the references available to begin occlusal like covered, you may email the speaker with your questions evaluation and treatment before August 20, 2012: slbrooks@umich.edu. »» Treatment plan complete occlusion designs At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should be THE ORAL EXAMINATION AND COMMON PATHOLOGIC able to: ENTITIES »» Have their specific questions answered by Dr. Brooks • John P. Gobetti, DDS, MS »» Obtain the most diagnostically accurate images possible 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. »» Understand the differences between digital radiography CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: F42 and film Fee: M: $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71 What You Need to Know Before Your Next Kiss A dental oral examination of the head, neck and oral cavity Presenter: John Mayo, DDS is demonstrated. For each location the common pathologic lesions are demonstrated through clinical slides with The importance of viruses to the dental office has become variations of normal to assist with the final clinical diagnosis. increasingly apparent in terms of cross infection and the high Each presented lesion is then discussed as far as etiology, prevalence of oral viral infections. The public today has a higher pathophysiology, and management and treatment. awareness of viruses especially due to the current epidemic and news coverage of HPV. Viruses can be transmitted to dental At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: staff and to patients so it is essential that we all understand »» Conduct a thorough dental oral examination screening for the underlying disease process and the pathogenesis of viral cancers infections. This course will provide a sound foundation to the »» Better understand common pathologic lesions understanding of relevant human viruses especially those involving the oral cavity. This is important and essential BASIC IMPLANTOLOGY FOR DENTAL AUXILIARIES – information for us, our patients, as well as our families. PARTS & PIECES; BEHIND THE WRENCH • Keith Norwalk, DDS At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should be 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. able to: CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: F43 »» Better understand relevant human viruses involving the Fee: M: $245 NMD: $310 S/O: $175 oral cavity Limited Attendance Hands-on Workshop »» Identify the potential of cross infection and the high prevalence of oral infections Where the devil did these things called implants come from anyway? Do you need a hardware store in your office to do them? How do the parts and pieces go together? What Preview Program | 2012 ODA Annual Session | 19
    • CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSESKEY: M: ODA MEMBER DENTIST NMD: NONMEMBER DENTIST S/O: DENTAL AUXILIARIES, OFFICE STAFF AND OTHER REGISTRANTS.FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, CONT. .........................................................................................................................about the bone the implants go into? Once they are placed, functional and non-functional, and demonstrate how thesehow do we take care of them? Approximately 70% of general methods also provide natural, esthetic soft tissue emergencedentists do not surgically place implants in their offices, but profiles routinely, and maximize peri-implant esthetics.statistics show that all dental practices will see patients who Numerous case reports and success rates will be demonstrated,have implants. This workshop is designed specifically for along with detailed steps outlined for predictable reproduction ofstaff to begin to understand the basics about implants. the procedure by the course participants.At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to:»» Understand the mechanics behind implants »» Provide patients with immediate provisional restorations»» Recognize the importance of implants as a choice for patients »» Maximize peri-implant esthetics»» Be more comfortable with the implant process SMILE DESIGN – IT’S A TEAM GAME!This course is also offered on Thursday afternoon. See • Doug Lambert, DDSCourse Code: T28. 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: F46PREDICTABLE RESTORATIVE TECHNIQUES – SCIENCE Fee: M: $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71AND SUBSTANCE Support provided by Dentsply International• John Flucke, DDS9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. What do we really need to consider prior to starting anCE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: F44 aesthetic case? Is the Golden Proportion really “golden?” TheFee: M: $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71 elements of smile design are critical to starting the path towardSupport provided by Ultradent Products Inc. a successful outcome for both the patient and the dental team, whether it be one tooth or an entire mouth. Yet, the concept canLearn about many technologies and techniques that can many times seem daunting and confusing, but really should bemake adhesive dentistry more predictable, less stressful, fun! Learn about the role which macro-aesthetics and micro-and easier for everyone involved. Dr. Flucke will cover tips aesthetics, simple dental anatomy, color and shade selection,& tricks to help speed delivery, provide superior contacts, phonetics, material choices, perio-aesthetics and orthodonticsand properly cure composite restorations. Learn the “whys” play in planning an aesthetic change.to providing sensitivity free and long lasting restorations foryour patients in an interactive atmosphere. At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: »» Prepare case presentations illustrating the importance ofAt the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: a multidisciplinary approach»» Recognize the advantages of high intensity curing lights »» Recognize the key components of smile design»» Understand uses of sectional matrix systems »» Better understand the use of photography, diagnostic»» Understand the science of curing previews, and minor tooth movement (MTM)»» Understand Isolation strategies»» Understand Preparation strategies HOW HEALTHY IS YOUR RECALL? • Debra Engelhardt-NashIMMEDIATE IMPLANT LOADING AND 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.PROVISIONALIZATION CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: C Course Code: F47• Paul S. Petrungaro, DDS, MS Fee: M: $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $719:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: F45 Are you seeing some of your patients all of the time, or allFee: M: $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71 of your patients some of the time? Learn how to determinePartnership with the Ohio Academy of Periodontists (OAP) your Recall Return Rate and what important statistics toSupport provided by Hi’ossen track the health of your recare system. Learn how to make best use of the patient visit while they are in your care.Immediate implant loading and provisionalization have becomevery popular topics in the modern discipline of Implant Dentistry. At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to:The benefits of providing patients with immediate restorations, »» Determine the practice’s recall return ratethat are either functional or non-functional, are superior to more »» Establish an effective recall system for the practiceconventional ways of provisionalizing patients, if they are givenprovisional options at all. The presentation will review ways toprovide patients with immediate provisional restorations, both20 | 2012 ODA Annual Session | Preview Program
    • ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................... SIMPLIFIED ADHESIVE/COMPOSITE SOLUTIONS • Sarah Conroy, DDS At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. »» Demonstrate proper instrumentation CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: F48 »» Execute proper suturing techniques Fee: M: $245 NMD: $310 S/O: $175 »» Demonstrate extraction techniques Support provided by Kerr Corp. »» Perform the surgical removal of a frenum Hands-on Workshop Limited Attendance »» Demonstrate excisional biopsy techniques Composite resin as a direct restorative solution for anterior COMPOSITE TECHNIQUES FOR PREDICTABILITY AND and posterior restorations continues to grow in the industry. SUCCESS WITH ANTERIOR FREE-HAND BONDING – With new technologies entering the market that address WORKSHOP bulk filling techniques and self-etching alternatives, it is • Dennis Hartlieb, DDS easy to get confused. What materials will you advocate for 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. use in your practice? What has the literature been revealing CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: F50 on materials currently used? Should practitioners change Fee: M: $245 NMD: $310 S/O: $175 their current techniques? This lecture/hands-on course Limited Attendance Hands-on Workshop will attempt to make sense of the products and techniques Support Provided by Cosmedent available in today’s marketplace and will focus on materials and their applications. Participants will learn a step-by-step application of direct resin for fractures of anterior teeth. The appropriate preparation At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: techniques for fractured incisors to help camouflage the »» Understand placement techniques that maximize clinical restoration and maximize retention will be reviewed and outcomes and esthetics practiced. Concepts to create and utilize a customized lingual »» Understand the mechanisms of bonding systems and how incisal matrix will be used in the hands-on exercise. Utilizing to control sensitivity opaquing techniques, and a combination of appropriate »» Understand what is required of materials to be utilized for Nanofilled and Microfilled composites, the participants will bulk fill and how to place them correctly overcome the problem of ‘shine-thru’ commonly seen with »» Understand techniques for finishing and polishing other composite systems. A predictable, uncomplicated composite restorations technique to restore the fractured anterior tooth will be taught in this hands-on program. Note: This course is repeated on Friday afternoon, Course F58. At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: ORAL SURGERY WORKSHOP FOR THE GENERAL »» Understand bevel design and layering techniques to create PRACTITIONER invisible Class IV restorations • Robert R. Edwab, DDS »» Know how and when to use opaquers to create naturally 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. appearing restorations CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: F49 »» Understand the importance of microfill composites for Fee: M: $305 NMD: $400 S/O: $215 ultimate esthetics in free hand bonding Limited Attendance Hands-on Workshop »» Know when to utilize tints to avoid creating the monochromatic, ‘life-less’ restoration Step-by-step techniques to broaden your scope of practice »» Use appropriate materials and methods necessary to create and make oral surgery more enjoyable and income- properly contoured and polished composite restorations producing are performed on fresh pig mandibles. Each exercise is preceded by an AV presentation to outline the COST EFFECTIVE OFFICE DESIGN procedure and introduce the required instruments. Next, • David J. Ahearn, DDS the clinician demonstrates the procedure in front of you. 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Each attendee then performs the surgical procedure on his CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: C Course Code: F51 or her own pig mandible. Learn to perform a frenectomy, Fee: M: $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71 biopsy, flap techniques and an I & D. Learn about suturing techniques as you work. Proper use of the cowhorn and You can create a beautiful and highly productive practice on a Ash forceps are demonstrated as you extract anterior reasonable budget. Save space and markedly reduce costs, and posterior teeth along with the use of a rongeur when while increasing spaciousness by eliminating unnecessary doing alveoplasties and root removals. All materials and equipment and streamlining workflow. This course will show instruments are supplied by the clinician. you how to create phenomenal results quickly. You will leave Preview Program | 2011 ODA Annual Session | 21
    • CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSESKEY: M: ODA MEMBER DENTIST NMD: NONMEMBER DENTIST S/O: DENTAL AUXILIARIES, OFFICE STAFF AND OTHER REGISTRANTS.FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, CONT. ........................................................................................................................knowing how to plan your future, how to outline the steps PRACTICE MANAGEMENT LEARNING LAB EXPERIENCE:required to achieve your goals and how to affordably create EAGLESOFTthe office of your dreams, all while improving patient care. • Laci L. Phillips and Bonnie Pugh 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: CE Hours: 2 OSDB Category: C Course Code: F53»» Create a clear outline of objectives for your new or Fee: M: $125 NMD: $185 S/O: $125 improved practice design Limited Attendance Hands-on Workshop»» Identify the 17 principles of an attractive, comfortable and highly productive office This 2 hour computer lab will give you and your team the»» Markedly reduce the cost to create a great new practice best opportunity for hands-on experience using your own while providing better patient care practice management software. This is not a program to»» Become competitive no matter what the economy is doing sell you on EagleSoft, it’s a program which teaches all of the additional tasks and capabilities that you and your teamEFFECTIVE UTILIZATION OF INSTRUMENTS TO REDUCE may not be utilizing. It’s designed for doctors and all teamNEUROMUSCULAR STRESS members who want to network with other EagleSoft users• Judy Zack Bendit, RDH while learning more about using the EagleSoft software in9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. a reduced paper/chart free environment, with a focus onCE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: C Course Code: F52 utilizing your software to explore the possibilities of takingFee: M: $245 NMD: $310 S/O: $175 your practice to the next level.Limited Attendance Hands-on Workshop At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to:This interactive workshop will acquaint the Dental Hygienist »» Understand how EagleSoft can enhance the practice’swith recent advancements in instrument designs to facilitate new patient experienceclinical techniques and minimize musculoskeletal stress. In »» Utilize EagleSoft from the very first phone call to the firstaddition to “hands-on” activities utilizing a wide variety of appointment to the clinical rooms and back up front toinstruments on typodont models, participants will join in finish the appointmenta discussion about the use of powered scaling devices as »» Use the electronic notes feature in each modulerelated to reducing physical stress. The presentation and »» Run appropriate reports for the practiceactivities will encourage an individualized approach towardneutralizing motions and postures. This course is presented Note: Similar labs will be conducted for Dentrix, Coursein a half-day format focusing on the use of periodontal Code: F38, and SoftDent, Course Code: F56instruments. FOR DENTAL HYGIENISTS* ONLY: PREVENTATIVEAt the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: PRODUCTS ROUNDTABLE LUNCHEON FRIDAY 2012»» Recognize clues and signals that identify potential 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. physical problems and eliminate them before they cause CE Hours: 2 OSDB Category: A Course Code: F54 permanent damage Fee: $65»» Emphasize positive “neutral” postures, and eliminate or Limited Attendance reduce negative “flexions” and “extensions”»» Recognize and convert the not-so-obvious physical Dental Hygienists won’t want to miss this innovative Lunch stressors in daily routines – sneaky “hidden” stressors & Learn program just for them! Representatives from the that cause fatigue leading preventative products companies will participate in»» Analyze “motions” and movements that create a risk for this interactive session where attendees will be seated at musculoskeletal problems tables for lunch and company representatives will travel the»» Adapt newly designed curettes and Ultrasonic room spending time at each table describing their newest Magnetostrictive inserts on typodonts with the goal of materials and answering dental hygienists’ questions. reducing “repetitive motions”, minimizing wrist flexion and /or extension, and relaxing instrument grasp *Due to limited seating, only dental hygienists can attend»» Discover realistic, effective methods to defeat chairside this course. postural problems22 | 2012 ODA Annual Session | Preview Program
    • ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................... ADDITION BY SUBTRACTION: CONSERVATIVE »» Run appropriate reports for the practice PREPARATION WORKSHOP FOR PORCELAIN VENEERS • Doug Lambert, DDS Note: Similar labs will be conducted for Dentrix, Course 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Code: F38, and EagleSoft, Course Code: F53 CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: F55 Fee: M: $245 NMD: $310 S/O: $175 THE MYTHS, LEGENDS, AND REALITIES OF OTC PRODUCTS Support provided by Dentsply International • Judy Zack Bendit, RDH Limited Attendance Hands-on Workshop 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: F57 Aesthetics is one of the key driving forces in dentistry today. Fee: M: $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71 A renaissance in realizing the beauty of the human dentition is being driven by both patient and dentist alike, and to this Join us for this fun and interactive program where we explore end, new restorative materials and techniques are constantly all the Myths, Legends and Realities of Toothbrushes, evolving. This is especially true when considering the use of Toothpastes and Mouth Rinses. We will look at vintage porcelain laminate veneers as part of an aesthetic change for commercials and evaluate how they have shaped our current a patient. One of the key factors, yet many times overlooked, philosophies and explain why we are so challenged with in the successful porcelain veneer case is proper conservative getting the right products into the hands of our patients. This tooth preparation. This workshop will guide you through a course will leave you questioning many of the advertisements unique technique for planning, prepping, and temporizing a and making wiser decisions for yourself and your patients. case with misaligned teeth using pre-preparation temporaries. At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: »» Look at the trends in marketing and how they affect our »» Understand the importance of aesthetic pre-contouring own decision making process »» Utilize conservative preparation design for porcelain veneers »» Formulate a homecare protocol »» Recognize bonding agents and luting resin options for »» Evaluate and discuss the science behind many of the OTC cementation products »» Compare and discuss the current rinses available for in- PRACTICE MANAGEMENT LEARNING LAB EXPERIENCE: office and home use SOFTDENT »» Discuss the advantages and disadvantages to dispensing • Laci L. Phillips and Bonnie Pugh in the office vs. recommending products 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. CE Hours: 2 OSDB Category: C Course Code: F56 SIMPLIFIED ADHESIVE/COMPOSITE SOLUTIONS Fee: M: $125 NMD: $185 S/O: $125 • Sarah Conroy, DDS Limited Attendance Hands-on Workshop 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: F58 This 2 hour computer lab will give you and your team the Fee: M: $245 NMD: $310 S/O: $175 best opportunity for hands-on experience using your own Support provided by Kerr Corp. practice management software. This is not a program to Hands-on Workshop Limited Attendance sell you on SoftDent, it’s a program which teaches all of the additional tasks and capabilities that you and your team Composite resin as a direct restorative solution for anterior may not be utilizing. It’s designed for doctors and all team and posterior restorations continues to grow in the industry. members who want to network with other SoftDent users With new technologies entering the market that address bulk while learning more about using the SoftDent software in filling techniques and self-etching alternatives, it is easy to a reduced paper/chart free environment; with a focus on get confused. What materials will you advocate for use in your utilizing your software to explore the possibilities of taking practice? What has the literature been revealing on materials your practice to the next level. currently used? Should practitioners change their current techniques? This lecture/hands-on course will attempt to At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: make sense of the products and techniques available in today’s »» Understand how SoftDent can enhance the practice’s new marketplace and will focus on materials and their applications. patient experience »» Utilize SoftDent from the very first phone call to the first At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: appointment to the clinical rooms and back up front to »» Understand placement techniques that maximize clinical finish the appointment outcomes and esthetics »» Use the electronic notes feature in each module »» Understand the mechanisms of bonding systems and how Preview Program | 2012 ODA Annual Session | 23
    • CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSESKEY: M: ODA MEMBER DENTIST NMD: NONMEMBER DENTIST S/O: DENTAL AUXILIARIES, OFFICE STAFF AND OTHER REGISTRANTS.FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, CONT. ........................................................................................................................ to control sensitivity This session will present a systematic approach for esthetic»» Understand what is required of materials to be utilized for treatment planning and case presentation. Drawing on bulk fill and how to place them correctly fundamental concepts of setting a denture esthetically»» Understand techniques for finishing and polishing and incorporating our current understanding of tooth composite restorations proportion, gingival contour, color and arrangement, you will learn a step-by-step approach that will simplify any case.Note: This course is also offered on Friday morning, Course F48. The treatment plan you create then becomes the basis for a powerful conversation with the patient that will increaseTHIS CAN ALL BE EASIER: A DOZEN PROJECTS THAT case acceptance, and serves as the template for wax-upsWILL MAKE YOUR OFFICE A FUN, EASY & PRODUCTIVE and consults with specialists.PLACE TO WORK!• David J. Ahearn, DDS At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to:2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. »» Indicate incisal tooth positionCE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: C Course Code: F59 »» Understand gingival estheticsFee: M: $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71 »» Understand the importance of tooth proportion and alignment »» Present esthetic treatment planning optionsAs dental practices become more and more sophisticated, the »» Provide adequate case presentationswork of clinical staff has become an extremely challenging,seemingly impossible endeavor. This presentation will show MINIMALLY INVASIVE SINUS AUGMENTATIONyou how to reduce clutter, decrease inventory, improve on- • Paul S. Petrungaro, DDS, MStime performance, speed room turn-around, simplify infection 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.control and increase office profitability. Enjoy a healthy, less- CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: F62stressful workplace and explode your practice growth. Fee: M: $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71 Partnership with the Ohio Academy of Periodontists (OAP)At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: Support provided by Hi’ossen»» Stop getting behind schedule»» Expand production without expanding stress Often times in dealing with the edentulous posterior»» Eliminate bottlenecks maxillae, pneumatization of the sinus membrane necessitate»» Reduce patient wait times the augmentation of the sinus floor to provide adequate»» Go home with more energy at the end of the day alveolar support for implants to be successful long term. In this presentation designed for the specialist, an innovativeINCREASING TREATMENT ACCEPTANCE way in which minimally invasive sinus augmentation can• Debra Engelhardt-Nash be performed will be explained and demonstrated. The2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. crestal approach for sinus floor elevation, and the lateralCE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: C Course Code: F60 wall approach for larger sinus augmentation proceduresFee: M: $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71 will be described. This innovative procedure simplifies the sinus grafting procedure, and allows for very controlledIt’s one thing to have the knowledge and expertise to provide management of the entire process.ultimate dentistry for patients. It’s another thing to gaintheir acceptance. This program will devote its attention At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to:to increasing diagnosis and treatment acceptance skills. »» Understand the need for, and complications of minimallyTopics include: the patient interview; treatment presentation invasive sinus augmentationskills; financial arrangements; the role of team – clinicalcare coordinator; and integrating technology. PROVEN WAYS TO GENERATE A 500% RETURN ON INVESTMENT WITH DENTAL PRACTICE MARKETINGAt the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: DOLLARS»» Increase treatment acceptance of patients • Danielle Walton 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.EXQUISITE ESTHETICS CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: C Course Code: F63• Lee Ann Brady, DMD and Gary M. DeWood, DDS, MS Fee: M: $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $712:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: F61 Generating new patients is a critical goal for any dentalFee: M: $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71 practice. New patients are often the lifeblood of a practice whether it’s a start up or has been around for 30 years.24 | 2012 ODA Annual Session | Preview Program
    • ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................... However, most dentists continue to struggle with determining »» Administer emergency drugs and proper dosages the best and most cost-effective ways to generate new »» Know who to treat and who needs a medical consultation patients. In this session, attendees will learn the basics »» Identify patients in medical distress of internet marketing (i.e.: pay per click and search engine »» Understand maximum dosages of local anesthetics to optimization) and how to measure the effectiveness of these avoid an overdose marketing channels for their practice. »» Know what drugs are needed in a medical emergency and how to inject them At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: »» Construct an office medical emergency drug kit »» Understand how internet marketing works »» Generate a significant amount of new patients via their DAY-TO-DAY TECHNOLOGY TO IMPROVE YOUR PRACTICE website and internet marketing • John Flucke, DDS »» Track the effectiveness of internet marketing channels 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. so they know exactly how profitable practice marketing CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: F66 efforts are Fee: M: $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71 Support provided by Kerr Corp. MEDICAL DRUGS AND DENTISTRY • John P. Gobetti, DDS, MS Learn about many technologies that can improve your 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. efficiency and patient care. Learn about digital operatories CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: F64 and high tech devices to improve patient outcomes. However, Fee: M: $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71 there are many pieces of the “technology puzzle” and not all require a huge investment in financial resources or staff The recognition and identification of various medical drugs, training. Dr. Flucke will also cover digital drug databases, their uses, actions and the diseases they are prescribed for advances in endodontics, and insights into different products will be discussed. Drug interactions with dental therapy to decrease your stress level while raising your quality of care. and/or dental drugs will be described. At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: »» Understand the advantages of digital operatories »» Recognize common medications taken by patients and »» Understand the advantages of digital drug databases their affect on dental treatment »» Be aware of cutting edge endodontic products TREATING MEDICAL EMERGENCIES IN THE DENTAL A CONVERSATION WITH THE 2012 CALLAHAN MEMORIAL OFFICE: HANDS-ON WORKSHOP FOR THE ENTIRE TEAM AWARD WINNER: NUTRITION AND ORAL HEALTH • Robert R. Edwab, DDS • Dominick D. DePaola, DDS, PhD 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: F65 CE Hours: 2 OSDB Category: A Course Code: F67 Fee: M: $305 NMD: $400 S/O: $215 Fee: M: $25 NMD: $25 S/O: $25 Limited Attendance Hands-on Workshop Join us for a unique opportunity to visit with Dr. Dominick D. Life threatening medical emergencies in the dental office DePaola, as he discusses topics of great interest, including the can occur anytime. The clinician discusses common office connection between nutrition and oral health. Contemporary emergencies seen in the dental office. Learn how to evaluate concepts in nutrition that relate diet and nutrition to health a patient and determine who to treat and who to refer for a promotion and disease prevention will be presented. In medical evaluation. Learn to recognize patients who have a addition, the relationships between nutrition and dental caries, tendency to cause medical emergencies and how to modify periodontal inflammation, and developmental disorders will be their treatment plan. The clinician teaches you how to explored. The application of nutrition to clinical practice including make your own emergency kit, identify an emergency and identification of patients at risk for diet and nutrition-related perform the appropriate treatment. Learn what the most oral diseases and disorders will also be examined. The overall appropriate drugs for a dentist to have, determine proper objective is to provide the audience with a better understanding dosages and see how to administer them. Finally determine of these relationships and how the nutritionist should be an the maximum dose of local anesthetic for your patient and integral member of the oral and general health care team. quickly calculate a safe dose. All materials, syringes and drugs are supplied by the clinician. At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: »» Understand the application of nutrition and clinical practice At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: Preview Program | 2012 ODA Annual Session | 25
    • SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15EXHIBIT HALL HOURS10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.FEATURED CE COURSESAcrylic Laminate Veneer -- LectureCourse Codes: S71Ross Nash, DDS9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.Acrylic Laminate Veneer -- WorkshopCourse Codes: S83Ross Nash, DDS2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.Modern Endodontics-from theory to practiceCourse Code: S72Martin Trope, DDS9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.Update on Modern EndodonticsCourse Code: S85Martin Trope, DDS2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.Table ClinicsSaturday, September 15 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.GOING GREEN FOR YOUR CONVENIENCEIn an effort to be both environmentally friendly and as a convenience to ourattendees, the ODA is providing course handout materials on-line, in advanceof Annual Session. Appropriate materials can be downloaded and/or printed atyour convenience. Handout information will be available for all courses for whichmaterials are provided by the speaker.Materials will be available starting August 15 and will be online until October 31.Materials can be found on the ODA’s website, www.oda.org. You will need yourregistration number to access appropriate materials. Handout materials will notbe available onsite. Plan ahead, print your handouts and enjoy your courses byhelping the ODA Annual Session Go Green – For Your Convenience!26 | 2012 ODA Annual Session | Preview Program
    • SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 ......................................................................................................................RADIOGRAPHY FOR THE DENTAL ASSISTANT Ending Dental Caries: Look to the Children• Paula Oliver, CDA, COPMA, CODA Presenter: Paul Casamassimo, DDS, MS9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (1-hour lunch break)CE Hours: 7 OSDB Category: A Course Code: S68 More children with more decay – the epidemic of early childhoodFee: M: $155 NMD: $220 S/O: $99 caries continues to grow. The last decade has seen a rise in disease in spite of the best efforts of dentistry, medicine, andDental assistants who need radiology certification can learn public health advocates. The evidence tells us that dental carieswhat they need to know in this seminar, which presents is preventable, but also difficult to eradicate once established.the basics of radiographic imaging, processing, and Children with early childhood caries continue to experienceinterpretation. The course covers the differences between decay in spite of regular care and preventive therapies. Thesebisecting angle and paralleling techniques, guidelines of film children are also more likely to experience decay into later life.alignment for intraoral radiographs, and proper positioning These sobering facts are balanced by the opportunity to preventfor panoramic radiographs. To complete the certification establishment of ECC in infants and assure them a caries-freeprocess, attendees must complete specific in-office training lifetime. This presentation provides the dental team with thewhich will be described in detail during the course. knowledge and clinical tools to care for very young children, arm their families with useful preventive guidance, and manageAt the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: the practice-building opportunities of infant oral health.»» Meet the OSDB educational requirements for the dental assistant radiographer certification At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should be»» Understand the basics of radiographic imaging, processing able to: and interpretation »» Understand developmental and anatomical characteristics»» Complete the necessary in-office training of infants and toddlers that have an impact on oral health, including: delayed eruption; tongue tie; bruxing; teethingNote: This course meets the requirements of the dental »» Understand the unique role of fluoride in the child underassistant radiographer rules implemented by the Ohio State three years of age and be able to utilize it therapeuticallyDental Board. to maximize health and minimize risk: when to prescribe fluoride; how is risk incorporated into fluoride therapy;ODA PLAQUE ATTACK TRACK SATURDAY 2012 what do I really need to know• Various Speakers »» Understand today’s early childhood diet and what a dental9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. professional can expect realistically to accomplish and howCE Hours: 6 OSDB Category: A Course Code: S69 to do it: how much sugar is there in the diet of babies; can IFee: M: $155 NMD: $220 S/O: $99 modify a family’s diet and how; what are the realities of diet in families with the greatest caries riskSaturday’s presentations include:What’s New About Oral Cancer in America OAP PANEL 2012Presenter: Jed Jacobson, DDS, MS, MPH • Fred Alger, DDS, MS; Glenn Jividen, Jr., DDS; • Rupa Hamal , DMD, MS, MPHAs many people will die this year from skin cancer as oral 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.cancer. Who is at risk for it? Everyone is. It is no longer an CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: S70old man’s disease. For 75 percent of those with oral cancer, Fee: M: FREE NMD: $90 S/O: FREEthe disease was a result of alcohol or tobacco abuse. The Support provided by the Ohio Academy of Periodontists (OAP)other 25 percent had no known risk factors. Oral canceris on the rise among individuals who aren’t engaging in Presentations include:abusive behavior, and those aged 16 to 40 make up the A Current Review of Indications for Common Periodontalfastest growing segment of the population falling victim to Surgical Proceduresthis disease. Oral cancer often masquerades as harmless Presenter: Fred Alger, DDS, MSbenign lesions and early detection is key to successful Knowing when to treat a patient with periodontal surgery istreatment. Learn the science behind early detection and as important as knowing how to perform the surgery. Thenew treatments and products that can help in the fight. indications for various periodontal surgical procedures willAt the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should be be presented, including: pocket reduction surgery; boneable to: grafting procedures; and, soft tissue grafting procedures for»» Understand current oral cancer statistics both health and esthetics.»» Identify new technologies and treatments in the market place to help detect and prevent oral cancer At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should be Preview Program | 2012 ODA Annual Session | 27
    • CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSESKEY: M: ODA MEMBER DENTIST NMD: NONMEMBER DENTIST S/O: DENTAL AUXILIARIES, OFFICE STAFF AND OTHER REGISTRANTS.SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, CONT. ..............................................................................................................able to: ACRYLIC LAMINATE VENEER -- LECTURE»» Recognize when pocket reduction surgery is indicated • Ross Nash, DDS»» Recognize when bone grafting is indicated 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.»» Recognize when soft tissue grafting procedures are CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: S71 indicated Fee: M: $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71»» See how periodontal surgery can improve restorative Support provided by Coltene Whaledent outcomes In this seminar, Dr. Nash will discuss the use of direct compositeMaking Sense of Bone Grafting Needs for Dental Implants resin for repair of anterior teeth as well as for full veneersPresenter: Glenn Jividen, Jr., DDS to change the color, shape or alignment of the teeth. Using actual clinical cases, he will show step by step techniques forDespite advances in pretreatment diagnostics, such as fabrication of composite resin anterior restorations.cone beam technology, patients and restorative dentists arestill faced with multiple strategies and opinions regarding At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should bethe need for, the extent of, and the type of, bone grafting able to:necessary for a successful dental implant outcome.Variables such as predictability, cost, type of grafting, and »» Better use direct composite resin for repair of anterior teethpotential morbidity need to be weighed and chosen for eachindividual patient. This presentation will help the attendee Note: A hands-on course accompanies this lecture; seewith this decision-making process. Course Code: S83At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should be MODERN ENDODONTICS - FROM THEORY TO PRACTICEable to: • Martin Trope, DDS»» Better determine when bone grafting is necessary for 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. implant patients CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: S72 Fee: M: $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71Causes of Recession, Indications, and Soft Tissue Support provided by Brasseler USAGrafting TechniquesPresenter: Rupa Hamal, DMD, MS, MPH Root canal therapy requires a high level of technical skill.Dr. Hamal will discuss some common causes of recession, However, without a clear understanding of the biologicaland how to recognize the associated indications. She will requirements for successful treatment these skills mayalso discuss the benefits of soft tissue grafting and factors be “wasted” on techniques that are unnecessarily difficult.affecting the outcome of soft tissue grafting procedures. A correct diagnosis and the blending of new materials and techniques in order to achieve an environment thatAt the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should be will ensure a healthy apical periodontium will result inable to: an extremely high probability of success. This course will»» Identify common causes of recession cover simple safe and scientifically proven techniques for»» Evaluate recession treatment that ensure an extremely high success rate.»» Recognize indications for soft tissue graft»» Know the types of soft tissue grafts At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should be»» Know the types of grafting techniques able to:»» Understand factors affecting the outcome of soft tissue »» Know the biologic requirements for endodontic success graft procedures »» Differentiate between a vital and non-vital tooth in terms of meeting these requirements »» Know to what extent the newest technologies in endodontics assist in attaining these biologic goals »» Apply new principles of canal instrumentation and filling to appropriate cases »» Select appropriate instruments to suit individual needs »» Perform endodontic procedures in a successful and cost effective manner Note: A hands-on course accompanies this lecture; see Course Code: S8528 | 2012 ODA Annual Session | Preview Program
    • .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... CLINICAL APPLICATIONS OF DIODE LASERS ESTHETIC FAILURES • John Flucke, DDS • Lee Ann Brady, DMD 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: S73 CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: S76 Fee: M: $245 NMD: $310 S/O: $175 Fee: M: $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71 Lasers are gaining popularity in dentistry, but questions More and more of the dentistry done everyday is driven by still abound. Spend a ½ day hands-on with Dr. John Flucke esthetic outcomes. Even our routine procedures are expected and learn what diode lasers can do for your patients and to deliver esthetic results, with restorations disappearing your practice. Procedures, techniques, and the science against the landscape of the natural teeth. How do we meet the behind the different devices available will be presented in an demands we place on ourselves as well as the expectations of objective and easy to understand interactive presentation. our patients? This program will address treatment planning, restorative techniques and laboratory communication as At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: potential causes of case failure. »» Understand the laser wavelengths available for dentistry »» Understand procedures diode lasers can perform At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: »» Understand the science & why lasers work »» Better understand esthetic treatment planning »» Understand tips & tricks to make laser procedures easier »» Demonstrate esthetic techniques & material selection »» Leave with an understanding of lasers that can guide »» Initiate interdisciplinary management clinical usage or purchasing decision »» Improve laboratory communication HOW TO WOW NOW: KEYS TO JAW-DROPPING PATIENT DISPELLING THE “CSI EFFECT” MYTH: AN OVERVIEW OF SERVICE EXCELLENCE! CONTEMPORARY FORENSIC DENTISTRY • Kelli Vrla • Anthony R. Cardoza, DDS and Amber Riley-Burns, RDH 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: C Course Code: S74 CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: S77 Fee: M: $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71 Fee: M: $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71 Keep sharpening your skills to enhance patient relations. Because of the current popularity of forensic fare on television, The key to rapport-building is an art, which you can continue the general public is getting a skewed view of the true nature to improve. Based on Kelli’s book, The Pathway Series : Customer of forensic investigation. This issue is commonly known as Service, this interactive and entertaining program equips you the “CSI effect.” In this seminar, Dr. Cardoza and Ms. Riley- with hit-the-ground-running, practical skills and the desire Burns will dispel this myth as it relates to forensic odontology. to serve up WOW-NOW helpings of patient care, while you Topics will include forensic dental identification of decedents keep your day on-track. This festive and fun presentation of varying postmortem states including: skeletal, fragmented, will engage and delight you with fresh-look tools to reach decomposed, burned remains and pattern injuries as they new heights in patient satisfaction and staff stress-relief, relate to bite mark investigation not only in human bites but ultimately boosting your bottom line. animal bites as well. At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: »» Enhance patient and staff relations and build a wealth of »» Understand the varied roles of forensic dentists referrals »» Understand the forensic value of dental records »» Customize appreciation »» Recognize how to cooperate with the legal system »» Manage even the hardest-to-please people in your world »» Create rapport and increase productivity with your internal DANB FORUM as well as external relations • Various Speakers »» Practice the art of smooth recovery when folks aren’t 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. always happy campers CE Hours: 2 OSDB Category: C Course Code: S78 »» Stay cool amidst the chaos Fee: M: FREE NMD: $90 S/O: FREE »» Keep moving transactions forward—despite challenges and set-backs The Dental Assisting National Board, Inc. (DANB) is hosting a forum for the entire dental team. DANB will present information on its national certifications Certified Dental Assistant (CDA), Certified Orthodontic Assistant Preview Program | 2012 ODA Annual Session | 29
    • CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSESKEY: M: ODA MEMBER DENTIST NMD: NONMEMBER DENTIST S/O: DENTAL AUXILIARIES, OFFICE STAFF AND OTHER REGISTRANTS.SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, CONT. ..................................................................................................................(COA), and Certified Preventive Functions Dental Assistant emergencies such as cardiac arrest, respiratory arrest, and(CPFDA). DANB will outline how to apply and prepare for foreign-body airway obstruction. Recognize heart attack andthe exams. In addition to discussing the many benefits of stroke in adults and breathing difficulty in children and learnearning certification, DANB will share information about skills of CPR for victims of all ages (including ventilation withstate regulations and dental assisting trends. DANB will barrier devices and bag-mask devices) as well as demonstratealso offer a preview of the new Entry Level Dental Assistant the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED). Fees(ELDA) and Certified Restorative Functions Dental Assistant collected for this class do not necessarily represent revenue(CRFDA) certifications that are coming soon. Attendees will for the American Heart Association.also learn more about the DALE Foundation, the officialDANB affiliate, and the e-learning opportunities it offers. At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: »» Complete requirements to be certifiedAt the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to:»» Understand the significance of DANB certifications *Please submit your current AHA healthcare provider card when you attend this renewal course. If you do not have aCPR ACCREDITATION* current AHA healthcare provider card, see Course Code: S79.• Heart Start of Central Ohio10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Note: This course fulfills the Ohio State Dental Board’s CPRCE Hours: 6 OSDB Category: A Course Code: S79 requirement for hygienists. For licensure, hygienists mustFee: M: $155 NMD: $220 S/O: $99 have proof of CPR certification.Receive your 2-year certification for CPR following the TABLE CLINICSAmerican Heart Association Guidelines for healthcare 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.professionals. Learn how to recognize and respond to life- CE Hours: up to 2 OSDB Category: Gthreatening emergencies such as cardiac arrest, respiratory FREE with registration fee – ticket automatically providedarrest, and foreign-body airway obstruction. Recognize heart Support provided by Colgateattack and stroke in adults and breathing difficulty in childrenand learn skills of CPR for victims of all ages (including Be sure to make time to visit the Table Clinics, located in theventilation with barrier devices and bag-mask devices) as well Exhibit Hall. Not only will you learn new techniques fromas demonstrate the use of an automated external defibrillator your colleagues; you can also earn up to 2 free CE credits,(AED). Time listed includes a one-hour lunch break. Fees approved for licensure requirements from the Ohio Statecollected for this class do not necessarily represent revenue Dental Board under category G. CE credit is given based onfor the American Heart Association. time spent viewing Clinics.At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: GETTING PEOPLE TO OWN THEIR JOBS! PREVENT»» Complete requirements to be certified ACCOUNTABILITY DEFICIT DISORDER IN YOUR WORKPLACE!*If you need to renew your existing AHA 2-year healthcare • Kelli Vrlaprovider certification see Course Code: S80. 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: C Course Code: S81Note: This course fulfills the Ohio State Dental Board’s CPR Fee: M: $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71requirement for hygienists. For licensure, hygienists musthave proof of CPR certification. Get your staff to own the jobs they’ve signed on to do! This presentation will help you clarify expectations of jobCPR RECERTIFICATION* standards and be proactive in problem solving. Walk away• Heart Start of Central Ohio with a hit-the-ground-running action plan to put to work10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. immediately. Learn how to give corrective feedback tactfullyCE Hours: 4 OSDB Category: A Course Code: S80 and effectively. Help your staff understand the top prioritiesFee: M: $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71 of your practice. Learn how to best incentivize that WOW service internally and externally!Renew your existing 2-year certification for CPR followingthe American Heart Association Guidelines for healthcare At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to:professionals – you must submit your current American »» Create an action plan for motivating staffHeart Association healthcare provider card to attend the »» Implement communication techniques to help effectivelyclass. Learn how to recognize and respond to life-threatening correct and educate staff30 | 2012 ODA Annual Session | Preview Program
    • .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... DENTISTRY’S ROLE IN A BIOTERRORISM / MASS tooth position, contour and color of the new restoration as DISASTER SCENARIO well as assuring functional success. It is challenging to select • Anthony R. Cardoza, DDS and Amber Riley-Burns, RDH from one of the many choices of esthetic restorative materials 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. that are available. We will discuss the esthetic and functional CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: S82 parameters of each material to facilitate appropriate material Fee: M: $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71 selection. An efficient and effective process for streamlining tooth preparation will be presented. If a disaster occurred in your community, would you be prepared? Does your local public health department have At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: enough trained personnel to handle a disaster? Dr. Cardoza »» Achieve anterior full coverage preparation design and Ms. Riley-Burns will discuss how you may be called upon »» Achieve anterior partial coverage preparation design to help your community respond to a major public health disaster. Receive an introduction to basic triage principles UPDATE ON MODERN ENDODONTICS and learn what you should have on hand to help you survive • Martin Trope, DMD during a disaster. Dr. Cardoza will discuss the evolution of 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. mass disaster management from a perspective of forensic CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: S85 dentistry. He will also introduce the ODA Forensic Dental Fee: M: $245 NMD: $310 S/O: $175 and Emergency Response Team. Limited Attendance Hands-on Workshop Support provided by Brasseler USA At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: »» Understand dentistry’s potential role in a bioterrorism/ Many general dentists prefer to treat some endodontic mass disaster cases. The combination of performing adequate root »» Recognize the use of dental records in a mass disaster canal treatment of appropriate cases and referring more »» Understand the role of the forensic dentist in a mass fatality complex cases should ensure maximal success for all of your endodontically treated cases. This workshop will ACRYLIC LAMINATE VENEER -- WORKSHOP review some of the basic concepts that need to be followed • Ross Nash, DDS in order to attain maximal endodontic success. It will also 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. demonstrate: scout files for pathfinding; BioRace file CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: S83 sequence for achieving adequate apical sizes; bioceramic Fee: M: $245 NMD: $310 S/O: $175 bonded root canal filling materials. Support provided by Coltene Whaledent At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should be In this workshop, Dr. Nash will illustrate the use of direct able to: composite resin for repair of anterior teeth as well as for »» Understand different approaches for vital versus necrotic full veneers to change the color, shape or alignment of the cases teeth. Using actual clinical cases, he will show step by »» Know minimal apical sizes step techniques for fabrication of composite resin anterior »» Understand irrigation protocols including ultrasonic activation restorations. He will also demonstrate a new and innovative »» Recognize which cases to defer technique using prefabricated composite resin laminates to enhance the technique of placing direct composite veneers. RADIOGRAPHY REVIEW 2012 • Paula Oliver, CDA, COPMA, CODA At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. »» Enhance the technique of placing direct composite veneers CE Hours: 2 OSDB Category: A Course Code: S86 Fee: M: $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71 ANTERIOR ESTHETIC TECHNIQUES & MATERIALS • Lee Ann Brady, DMD A general review of the basics of radiographic imaging, 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. processing, and interpretation. CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: S84 Fee: M: $245 NMD: $310 S/O: $175 At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: Limited Attendance Hands-on Workshop »» Grasp any updates in the radiographic field »» Refresh their current knowledge of dental radiography Accomplishing exquisite anterior restorative results is a combination of preparation technique and materials selections. Note: This course meets the two-hour radiography review This program will present an approach to plan margin required by the OSDB for dental assistant radiographers. placement and tooth reduction to accomplish the proposed Preview Program | 2012 ODA Annual Session | 31
    • SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16FEATURED CE COURSESBe Very Afraid!Course Codes: Y87Brian Novy, DDS8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.Infection Control & Regulatory ComplianceCourse Codes: Y89Christopher A. Moore, MA9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.GOING GREEN FOR YOUR CONVENIENCEIn an effort to be both environmentally friendly and as a convenience to ourattendees, the ODA is providing course handout materials on-line, in advanceof Annual Session. Appropriate materials can be downloaded and/or printed atyour convenience. Handout information will be available for all courses for whichmaterials are provided by the speaker.Materials will be available starting August 15 and will be online until October 31.Materials can be found on the ODA’s website, www.oda.org. You will need yourregistration number to access appropriate materials. Handout materials will notbe available onsite. Plan ahead, print your handouts and enjoy your courses byhelping the ODA Annual Session Go Green – For Your Convenience!32 | 2012 ODA Annual Session | Preview Program
    • SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 .............................................................................................................................BE VERY AFRAID! INFECTION CONTROL & REGULATORY COMPLIANCE• Brian Novy, DDS • Christopher A. Moore, MA8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.CE Hours: 6 OSDB Category: A Course Code: Y87 CE Hours: 3 OSDB Category: A Course Code: Y89Fee: M: $175 NMD: $240 S/O: $120 Fee: M: $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71Support provided by GC America This practical seminar will help team members understandIf your name is Streptococcus mutans you have a lot to fear. and comply with the latest state and federal regulationsA group of dentists and hygienists have figured out your affecting the practice of dentistry. The information-packedweakness. They’re using that new information to eradicate session will focus on, among other regulations: Ohioyour species by the bazilliiongatrillion…and they’re using a State Dental Board (OSDB) infection control rules; OSHAlot more than fluoride. Come find out what these radical standards governing bloodborne pathogens; and the Ohiodentists and hygienists know that you don’t. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) infectious wasteAt the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: disposal rules.»» Describe the three types of bacteria that are implicated in dental caries At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to:»» Interpret results from diagnostic tests for dental caries »» Meet OSHA’s annual exposure control training requirement»» Understand how to implement targeted therapeutics in a »» Understand the Ohio State Dental Board infection control variety of patients rules»» Create restorations that inhibit secondary (recurrent) decay »» Understand the Ohio EPA’s infectious waste disposal rules»» Transition patients from high to low caries risk Note: This program fulfills the annual exposure controlPrice listed includes a box lunch for each attendee. training requirement mandated by the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard.MEDICAL EMERGENCIES IN THE DENTAL OFFICE:STRATEGIES FOR THE DENTAL TEAM AWARENESS: PRESCRIPTION DRUG ABUSE, OARRS,• Larry J. Sangrik, DDS HUMAN TRAFFICKING, DENTAL OFFICE COMPLIANCE9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. MANUALCE Hours: 4 OSDB Category: A Course Code: Y88 • Lili C. Reitz, Esq.Fee: M: $90 NMD: $155 S/O: $71 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. CE Hours: 2 OSDB Category: A Course Code: Y90Medical emergencies occurring in the dental office can be Fee: M: FREE NMD: $90 S/O: FREEstressful and frightening, not only for the patient, but alsofor the entire dental team. This course is designed for This course will be facilitated and presented by Lili C. Reitz,dentists and staffs to develop strategies to prevent, identify Esq., Executive Director of the Ohio State Dental Board. Inand respond to medical problems including syncope, addition to her Board duties, Ms. Reitz is a member of theallergic problems, cardiovascular abnormalities and Governor’s Cabinet Opiate Action Team, and is a memberrespiratory distress. Emphasis will be placed on preparing of the Attorney General’s Human Trafficking Commission,your team in advance of a crisis to minimize its potential Education and Awareness Committee. In addition toimpact. Although dentists or staff will benefit by attending providing information on these two crises in Ohio, Ms.individually, the greatest gain is achieved when the dental Reitz will also provide attendees with information on theteam attends together. An extensive handout is provided new legislation and rules regarding the Ohio Automatedwhich can later be condensed into a chairside manual with Rx Reporting System (OARRS); and the Ohio State Dentalappropriate protocols to respond to most emergencies. Board’s Office Compliance Manual, a document available to all licensees to ensure compliance with documentationAt the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: requirements under the Dental Practice Act.»» Develop strategies to prevent, identify and respond to medical problems At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to:»» Meet the Ohio State Dental Board’s auxiliary educational »» Understand the crises facing Ohio and the Region with criteria for Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office regard to Opiates and Human Trafficking»» Be prepared to minimize a crisis’ potential impact »» Recognize the dental team’s responsibilities with regard to OARRSNote: This course meets the Ohio State Dental Board’s »» Access the OSDB’s Office Compliance Manualcriteria for dental hygienists and general supervision. Preview Program | 2012 ODA Annual Session | 33
    • NATIONALLY-KNOWN SPEAKERS AT ODA ANNUAL SESSIONMany of the speakers presenting at this year’s Annual Session have beenfeatured at meetings throughout the country in 2012. A partial listing ofmeetings and some of the speakers that will be in Columbus in Septemberare listed below. Great speakers in your own backyard: just one more way tohelp Capture Your Potential at the ODA Annual Session.YANKEE DENTAL CONGRESSLee Ann Brady, DDSAnthony Cardoza, DDSGary DeWood, DDSBrian Novy, DDSCHICAGO DENTAL SOCIETY MIDWINTER MEETINGKirk BehrendtJudy Zack Bendit, RDHSarah Conroy, DDSDennis Hartlieb, DDSTHE HINMAN DENTAL MEETINGJohn Flucke, DDSDoug Lambert, DDSLaci PhillipsAmber Riley-Burns, RDHADA 2012 ANNUAL SESSIONSharon Brooks, DDSRobert Edwab, DDSKelli VrlaCorky Willhite, DDS34 | 2012 ODA Annual Session | Preview Program
    • SPEAKER BIOSDAVID J. AHEARN, DDS JUDY ZACK BENDIT, RDH, BS Dr. David J. Ahearn, DDS, a 1981 Judy Bendit is on faculty at Temple graduate of the University of University Dental School and is a Michigan School of Dentistry is, first guest lecturer and advisory board and foremost, a full time, wet gloved, member at Harcum College as well practicing general dentist. He began as a clinician in private practice. the study of ergonomics in dentistry Recently appointed the first dental when, in 1989 he began to experience hygienist to the Alumni board at The physical symptoms that became University of Pennsylvania Schoolincreasingly more severe as his practice grew. With the of Dental Medicine, Judy travels extensively throughout theassistance of ergonomists from NASA, and with engineering country doing educational programs for state and local dentalconsultants from universities such as MIT and RISD, he was and hygiene organizations. She has published numerousable to begin a comprehensive analysis of practice, style, articles in clinical journals and has been listed as one of theoperator performance and health. Today he actively councils top dental speakers in Dentistry Today 2009, 2010 & 2011.dentists regarding office functional layout and its effects on Judy has been a longstanding member of the ADHA andperformance and staff well being. Perhaps unique to the Distinguished Member of the Academy of Dental Hygiene. Shepractice management consulting profession, he does not in is actively involved with the dental component of Global Smileany way believe that there is only one right way to practice Foundation, a volunteer organization doing facial deformitydentistry. Dr. Ahearn’s personal practice ranks in the top 1% of repairs around the world. Judy received a Certificate inpractices today and was a Practice of the Year finalist in 1998. Dental Hygiene from the University of Pennsylvania and aHis work has shown that quality, productivity and practitioner BS in education from New York University. She worked forhealth are not mutually exclusive and that simple workplace many years in clinical hygiene followed by over twelve yearschanges can significantly improve practitioner health and in sales for the Interplak Toothbrush Co. and Hu-Friedy Mfg.performance. Presenting Courses: F51; F59 Co. Inc. Presenting Courses: F52; F57FRED A. ALGER, DDS, MS LEE ANN BRADY, DMD Dr. Fred Alger is in private practice Dr. Lee Ann Brady is a privately in Gahanna, Ohio. A Clinical practicing dentist and nationally Assistant Professor at The Ohio recognized educator and writer. Her State University College of Dentistry, practice experience has been rich and he holds a certificate in periodontics varied. She has worked in a variety of from OSU and is a diplomate of the practice models from small fee-for- American Board of Peiodontology. service offices to large insurance- Presenting Course: S70 dependent practices, as an associate and as a practice owner. From 2005 to 2008 Dr. Brady heldKIRK BEHRENDT the positions of Resident Faculty and Clinical Director for The Mr. Kirk Behrendt is a practice Pankey Institute. In 2008 she moved to Scottsdale, Arizona to performance coach, international join Dr. Frank Spear in the formation of Spear Education and speaker and author. Kirk has invested the expansion of his curriculum. She served as Executive VP his entire professional life studying of Clinical Education until June 2011. As Director of Education the elite practices in dentistry and and President of Lee Ann Brady LLC, she launched her website, the leadership that guides them. As www.leeannbrady.com, offering clinical and practice content the founder of ACT, Dental Practice daily as well as innovative online and live education programs. Coaching, his vision is driven by the Presenting Courses: F41; F61; S76; S84commitment to provide highly personalized care to the dentalprofession. His personal mission is to use up every ounce of SHARON BROOKS, DDS, MShis potential. Dentistry Today recently recognized Kirk as one Dr. Sharon Brooks is a Professorof the Leaders in Dental Consulting in 2011. Dr. Peter Dawson in the Division of Oral Pathology/called him “THE best motivator I have ever heard.” Kirk has Medicine/Radiology of thecompeted internationally in 4 Ironman Triathlons and 9 Half- Department of Periodontics andIron Triathlons. He currently trains with some of the best Oral Medicine, at the University oftriathletes competing in the world today. His interests include Michigan. Presenting Courses:cycling, basketball, stand-up comedy, and most of all, spending T16; T24; F40time with his wife, Sarah, and their four children. PresentingCourses: T11; T22 Preview Program | 2012 ODA Annual Session | 35
    • SPEAKER BIOS, CONT.ANTHONY R. CARDOZA, DDS JAMES DAY, DDS Dr. Cardoza is a 1985 graduate Dr. James Day reached the level of Northwestern University of Invisalign® Premier Advantage Dental School and maintains Provider in 2007 and has been a general dental practice in El treating Invisalign patients in multiple Cajon, California. Dr. Cardoza is a private practices in Arizona since member of the American Dental 2003. Besides providing traditional Association, the California Dental dentistry to his patients, Dr. Day has Association, and the San Diego extensive experience and training inCounty Dental Association. Dr. Cardoza is a forensic dental traditional orthodontics as well. He received his dental degreeconsultant for the County of San Diego Office of the Medical from Georgetown University, and completed a GP residencyExaminer, County of Imperial Office of the Coroner, State of program in the USAF Dental Corps. He earned his MastersCalifornia Department of Justice, The California Emergency Degree and his Oral Medicine Fellowship at the University ofManagement Agency (CalEMA) and is the Director of the Washington in Seattle. Presenting Courses: F34; F35California Dental Identification Team (CalDIT). Dr. Cardozamaintains a busy forensic caseload due to the San Diego WILLIAM DAYAN, DDSand Imperial Counties proximity to the Mexican border. He Dr. William Dayan reached thehas performed numerous postmortem dental examinations, level of Invisalign® Elite Advantagecomparisons and identifications and most recently was Provider in 2005 and has beeninvolved with the identifications of victims of the Southern treating Invisalign patients sinceCalifornia wildfire disasters. Also, Dr. Cardoza lectures 2000. In addition to his full-timethroughout the United States and Canada at regional and private practice in orthodontics, he islocal dental conferences on the topics of forensic dentistry a guest lecturer at the University ofand lasers in dentistry. Presenting Courses: S77; S82 Toronto Department of Orthodontics, The Toronto Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, The OntarioPAUL S. CASAMASSIMO, DDS, MS Dental Association, and The Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity. Dr. Paul Casamassimo is Chief of He holds a DDS degree and diploma in orthodontics from the Dentistry at Nationwide Children’s University of Toronto. Presenting Course: F37 Hospital and a Professor of Pediatric Dentistry at The Ohio State DOMINICK DEPAOLA, DDS, PHD University College of Dentistry. He Dr. DePaola’s research on nutrition as received his dental degree from it relates to oral health and disease Georgetown University School of has been funded by federal, foundation Dentistry and his specialty training and private sector sources. Indeed,in pediatric dentistry at the University of Iowa. His interests Dr. DePaola is widely regarded asare health policy and children with special health care needs. an expert on nutrition as it relates toDr. Casamassimo is scheduled to be inducted as the 2013 health promotion/disease preventionPresident Elect of the Ohio Dental Association on September activities and to oral disease,14, 2012. Presenting Course: S69 diagnosis, etiology and therapy. Dr. DePaola has published over 80 scholarly articles and chapters in textbooks, in addition toSARAH CONROY, DDS editing two texts. Currently, Dr. DePaola is Professor of Oral Dr. Sarah Conroy is in private practice Health Policy and Epidemiology at the Harvard School of Dental in Worthington, Ohio. She received a Medicine in Boston and Professor and Academic Dean at Nova Certificate in Dental Hygiene from Southeastern University College of Dental Medicine in Fort The Ohio State College of Dentistry Lauderdale. In February 2001, Dr. DePaola was awarded an and a Bachelor of Science in Honorary Membership to the American Dietetic Association Education. She graduated from OSU (ADA), the only dentist ever so honored. Dr. DePaola is the 2012 College of Dentistry and completed Callahan Memorial Award winner. Presenting Course: F67 a General Practice Residency inHouston, Texas. Dr. Conroy was instrumental in establishingthe Dental Hygiene Program at Columbus State CommunityCollege where she served as a faculty member and ClinicalDirector. Presenting Courses: F48; F5836 | 2012 ODA Annual Session | Preview Program
    • SPEAKER BIOS, CONT.GARY DEWOOD, DDS, MS DEBRA ENGELHARDT-NASH Dr. Gary DeWood, a native of Toledo, Debra Engelhardt-Nash has been in Ohio, earned a BS in Education at dentistry over twenty five years as a Bowling Green State University, chairside assistant, office manager, Bowling Green, Ohio and a DDS consultant, instructor, lecturer and from Case Western Reserve author. She has spoken nationally University in Cleveland. He and his and internationally for dental study wife, Dr. Cheryl DeWood, completed groups and associations. She has a General Practice Residency at been a repeat presenter for theMiami Valley Hospital in Dayton, Ohio before establishing a American Dental Association, the Chicago Dental Society andgeneral practice near Toledo. 21 years later Cheryl returned the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. She was anto school, completing an orthodontic residency and earning editor for Contemporary Aesthetics Restorative Practice magazinea PhD at the University of Tennessee in Memphis while Gary and writes additional articles for other publications. She istransitioned their practice and earned an MS in Biomedical also the author of the book A Series of Dental Letters. Debra hasSciences at The University of Toledo College of Medicine. won two journal awards from the American Dental AssistantsIn 2003 he accepted a position on the full time faculty at Association. She was also the 2008 recipient of the Americanthe Pankey Institute. In 2008 he left Pankey to accept a Dental Assistant’s Association Distinguished Service Award.position as president of the Seattle Institute, Frank Spear’s Ms. Nash serves on the American Dental Assistants Associationeducation company, and re-located to the northwest. Upon Foundation and is a founding member of the Academy ofthe merger of the Seattle Institute with the Scottsdale Dental Management Consultants, where she served two termsCenter for Dentistry, all teaching activities were shifted to as President and was the first recipient of the Charles KiddArizona and Gary traveled to Phoenix to direct curriculum Meritorious Service Award. Presenting Courses: F47; F60and clinical education activities for the new company, SpearEducation. Cheryl remained in Memphis as program director MICHAEL “MIC” FALKEL, DDSof graduate orthodontics at Tennessee and the DeWoods Dr. Mic Falkel co-founded OnPharmamaintained two households for seven years. In 2009 Cheryl and serves as its Chief Medicalleft her position at Tennessee and today both Gary and Cheryl Officer. In addition to his role withreside in Phoenix. Gary is a member of the ADA, the Arizona OnPharma, Dr. Falkel maintains hisDental Association, the Central Arizona Dental Society, the private General Dentistry practicesAmerican Equilibration Society, the American Academy in Monterey, California, where he isof Fixed Prosthodontics, and the American Academy of a Partner in the Monterey PeninsulaCosmetic Dentistry. Presenting Courses: T18; T32; F41; F61 Dental Group. Dr. Falkel is active in the dental profession having served on the Board of DirectorsROBERT R. EDWAB, DDS of the Monterey Bay Dental Society and as its President. Dr. Edwab is a Board Certified Oral Dr. Falkel received his Doctorate in Dental Science from and Maxillofacial surgeon who has the University of the Pacific, and his Bachelors Degrees in been in private practice for over 30 Chemistry and Biology from the State University of New York, years. This means he performs the at Albany. Dr. Falkel conducted a general practice residency in same procedures you do under the Dentistry at the Wadsworth Veteran’s Administration Hospital same office conditions and deals in West Los Angeles. Presenting Courses: T12; T25 with the same insurance companies. He has lectured on basic oral JOHN FLUCKE, DDSsurgery for the general practitioner at many of the largest Dr. John Flucke was born and raiseddental meetings both nationally and internationally. He is in Kansas City. He received hisknown for his humor, enthusiasm and ability to demystify DDS degree from the University ofoffice procedures so they can be performed by any competent Missouri - Kansas City in 1987. Hegeneral practitioner. He is also Executive Director of the has practiced in Lee’s Summit sinceGreater New York Dental Meeting, recognized as the largest 1989 and was pleased to open his newDental Meeting in the United States. Presenting Courses: state of the art facility in 2007. Dr.T14; T29; F49; F65 Flucke’s passion is technology and he is always looking for the latest development to benefit his patients. His knowledge on technology makes him a frequent lecturer at major dental educational events, contributing editor to dental publications, and an internationally recognized Preview Program | 2012 ODA Annual Session | 37
    • SPEAKER BIOS, CONT.opinion leader. Dr. Flucke uses technology in every aspect of BRIAN GRAY, DDShis practice and pushes his office to be on the leading edge. Dr. Brian Gray has been treatingDr. Flucke currently uses networked intraoral cameras, Invisalign® patients since 2004 athigh speed curing, digital radiography, digital photography, his private practice in Washington,computerized practice management, operatory computers, D.C. He is also an instructor at thedigital diagnosis, Nd:YAG soft tissue laser treatment, Er:YAG L.D. Pankey Institute, the Dawsonhard tissue laser treatment as well as the Cerec 3D one Institute, and seven universities. Dr.visit porcelain restorative system in his practice. Presenting Gray is a Master in the Academy ofCourses: F44; F66; S73 General Dentistry, and a Fellow in the International Congress of Oral Implantologists and the AcademyMARC GEISSBERGER DDS, MA, BS, CPT of Dentistry International. Dr. Gray is a graduate of Georgetown Dr. Marc Geissberger is Professor University School of Dentistry. Presenting Course: F36 and Chair of the Department of Restorative Dentistry at the University RUPA HAMAL, DMD, M.S, MPH of the Pacific, School of Dentistry. Dr. Hamal maintains a private practice He has 20 years of experience in limited to periodontics and dental dental education. He directed the implants in Circleville, Ohio. She is a University’s Aesthetic and Complex consultant periodontist to the VA in Care Clinic and teaches many hands- Chillicothe, Ohio and a Diplomate toon CE courses in Restorative Dentistry. He graduated from the American Board of Periodontology.University of the Pacific in 1991 obtaining his dental degree Presenting Course: S70and was elected to Omicron Kappa Upsilon as a student. Helater obtained a Masters of Arts in Educational Psychology DENNIS HARTLIEB, DDSfrom University of the Pacific. Dr. Geissberger has served as Dr. Dennis Hartlieb is a graduate ofPresident of the National Chapter of Omicron Kappa Upsilon the University of Michigan Schooland is the University Representative to the AACD University of Dentistry. He maintains a fullCouncil. Dr Geissberger has numerous publications including time practice in the Chicago suburba textbook entitled Esthetic Dentistry in Clinical Practice for Wiley- of Glenview, Illinois. Dr. HartliebBlackwell. He has presented nationally and internationally is an instructor at the Center forgiving over 200 continuing education programs. Additionally, he Esthetic Excellence in Chicago andis a Certified Personal Trainer. He maintains a private practice is an Adjunct Associate Professor atin Greenbrae, California in aesthetic and restorative dentistry. the Marquette University School of Dentistry in Milwaukee,Presenting Course: T19 Wisconsin. He lectures extensively to dentists throughout the US on the art and science of anterior and posterior direct resinJOHN P. GOBETTI, DDS, MS techniques. As a consultant for many dental manufacturers, Dr. John Gobetti retired as Dr. Hartlieb is influential in the design of materials widely a professor and director of used in restorative dentistry. Dr. Hartlieb was recently named undergraduate Oral Medicine/ as one of “5 people to watch in dentistry,” by Dental Products Oral Diagnosis at the University of Report. Presenting Courses: T13; T27; F50 Michigan School of Dentistry, and is currently Professor Emeritus at the JED J. JACOBSON, DDS, MS, MPH school. He is board certified in oral Dr. Jed J. Jacobson is the senior medicine. His 40 year academic vice president of Professionalcareer has been dedicated to teaching, research and Services and chief science officerpatient care. He has taught and mentored over 3,800 dental of Delta Dental of Michigan, Ohio,students, 1,200 hygienists and numerous residents. He is and Indiana. In this position,currently active in dental consulting and forensic dentistry. Dr. Jacobson oversees thePresenting Courses: T10; F42; F64 administration of Professional Review and Professional Relations, and directs the Delta Dental Research and Data Institute, which is dedicated to the application of scientific evidence to improve dental plan design. Dr. Jacobson is an expert in dental research whose areas of focus include the linkage between oral and systemic health and the cost-effectiveness of dental services. Prior to joining Delta Dental in 2001, Dr. Jacobson38 | 2012 ODA Annual Session | Preview Program
    • SPEAKER BIOS, CONT.was an associate professor, assistant dean for community to the Minnesota Dental Association, and is currently aand outreach programs and interim chair of oral medicine, delegate to the ADA. He has authored and co-authored severaloral pathology and oral oncology at The University of Michigan articles on cosmetic and aesthetic topics, and has presentedSchool of Dentistry. He also served The University of Michigan numerous lectures and hands-on seminars nationally andSchool of Dentistry in a variety of academic appointments. internationally for dental organizations, universities, andHe is currently a member of the Callahan Memorial Award study clubs. He also serves as an independent consultantCommission. Presenting Course: S69 and clinical researcher for many dental manufacturers. Dr. Lambert is senior partner in an aesthetic-based practice inGLENN JIVIDEN, JR., DDS Edina, Minnesota emphasizing cosmetic, comprehensive, Dr. Glenn Jividen, Jr., maintains a and sports dentistry. Presenting Courses: F46; F55 practice limited to periodontics and implantology in Dayton, Ohio. He JOHN L. MAYO, DDS received his Bachelor of Science Dr. John Mayo received his degree from the University of bachelor’s degree in biology Dayton in Chemical Engineering from Wittenberg University. He with a minor in Bioengineering is a graduate of The Ohio State and his DDS degree from The Ohio University college of DentistryState University College of Dentistry. After completing a and completed a General Practicehospital residency at Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton, Ohio Residency at St. Elizabeth Medicalhe entered the Periodontics program at the University of Center in Youngstown, Ohio. Dr.Kentucky where he received his specialty certificate. Active Mayo is a long-time faculty member in the Dr. Madeleinein teaching, he is the attending periodontist at the Miami Haggerty Dental Hygiene Program at Youngstown StateValley Hospital General Practice Residency Program, on University. Presenting Courses: T10; F40; S69the part-time Periodontics faculty at Temple University andon the surgical faculty of the Misch Implant Institute. Dr. CHRISTOPHER A. MOORE, MAJividen has a special interest in implant dentistry and is a Chris Moore currently serves asDiplomate of the following organizations: American Board director of dental services forof Periodontology, American Board of Oral Implantology/ the Ohio Dental Association. HeImplant Dentistry, and the International Congress of Oral has served at the ODA for over 23Implantologists and is a graduate and faculty member of the years and currently administersMisch Implant Institute. Dr. Jividen has lectured nationally the association’s third party payer,and internationally and is the author of a textbook chapter peer review, dental practice andand other articles in the field of implant dentistry. Presenting regulatory compliance programs.Course: S69 Chris received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Case Western Reserve University and a Master of Arts degree from KentDOUGLAS L. LAMBERT, DDS State University. Presenting Course: Y89 Dr. Doug Lambert graduated from the University of Minnesota ROSS NASH, DDS Carlson School of Management Dr. Ross Nash is the co-founder and in 1980 and the University of director of Ross Nash Seminars, Minnesota School of Dentistry and is considered an authority on in 1984, where he received the all types of cosmetic dentistry. Dr. Outstanding Senior Student Award Nash earned his undergraduate and the Quintessence Award. He degree from North Carolinais a Fellow in the American College of Dentists, the Pierre State University and his Doctor ofFauchard Academy, the Academy for Sports Dentistry, the Dental Surgery Degree from TheAmerican Society for Dental Aesthetics, and a Diplomate University of North Carolina School of Dentistry. He has aof the American Board of Aesthetic Dentistry. He has been private dental practice in Charlotte, where he has focusedrecognized as one of the Top Educators by Dentistry Today on esthetic and restorative dentistry since 1980. Dr. Rossfor eight consecutive years, and has been honored as a Top Nash is an author, international lecturer, and editorialDentist by Minneapolis/St. Paul Magazine and Minnesota advisor to numerous dental publications. He is also editorMonthly the past several years. Dr. Lambert has held many for the monthly column published in the Compendium ofsocietal positions in organized dentistry including Past Continuing Dental Education. He is a member of numerousPresident of the Minneapolis District Dental Society, Trustee professional societies and a faculty member at The Medical Preview Program | 2012 ODA Annual Session | 39
    • SPEAKER BIOS, CONT.College of Georgia, School of Dentistry in Augusta. Dr. Nash PAULA OLIVER, CDA, COPMA, CODAis also a faculty member at and is director of The Institute for Paula Oliver is Program Director,Advanced Studies in Contemporary Dentistry, in Charlotte, Choffin Career & TechnicalNorth Carolina. Presenting Courses: S71; S83 Center’s Accredited Dental Center in Youngstown, Ohio. PresentingKEITH A. NORWALK DDS Courses: S68; S86 Dr. Norwalk received his dental degree from the University of Detroit. He maintains his private practice in Genoa, Ohio and has PAUL S. PETRUNGARO, DDS, MS been placing implants since 1969. Dr. Paul S. Petrungaro graduated Dr. Norwalk received masterships from Loyola University Dental School with Academy of General Dentistry, in 1986, where he completed an International Congress of Oral independent study of Periodontics atImplantologists, and fellowship with International College the Welsh National Dental School inof Dentists. He is a member of the American Academy of the United Kingdom. He completedImplant Prosthodontics and is an Adjunct Faculty Member his residency in Periodonticsat Owens Community College in Perrysburg, Ohio in the & has a specialty certificate inDepartment of Dental Hygiene. Dr. Norwalk is a former addition to a Master of Science degree in Periodontics frompresident of the Toledo Dental Society and was recently Northwestern University Dental School. He is the formerelected to the Board of the Toledo Dental Society. In 2006, Coordinator of Implantology for the university’s GraduateDr. Norwalk was awarded the Marvin Fisk Humanitarian Department of Periodontics. Dr. Petrungaro has been inAward by the Ohio Dental Association and currently serves the private practice of Periodontics and Implantology sinceon its Dental Education and Licensure Committee. He still 1988, and holds licenses in both Illinois and Minnesota. Ancontinues to Capture his Potential. Presenting Courses: internationally renowned and preeminent educator, he hasT28; F43 presented numerous seminars and lectures on advanced periodontal, prosthetic and implant interrelationships, boneBRIAN NOVÝ, DDS regeneration and aesthetic tissue formation, transitional Dr. Brian Nový is an assistant implants, the immediate restoration of dental implants and professor of restorative dentistry the use of platelet rich plasma in bone grafting. In addition, at Loma Linda University, where he has authored numerous articles on these topics, as well he teaches a variety of courses as cosmetic bone grafting and aesthetic implant procedures. including cariology, evidence-based A consultant to numerous surgical companies and dentistry, research design, and laboratories, Dr. Petrungaro also serves as a consultant to operative dentistry. He maintains numerous biomedical companies and laboratories, and has a private practice in Newhall, contributed to many new innovations in surgical dentistry.California and acts as clinical director for two non-profit He is a fellow of the International & American College ofdental clinics in southern California. Dr. Nový lectures Dentists, and a Diplomate of the International Congress ofthroughout the world on advances in the science of dental Oral Implantologists. Presenting Courses: F45; F62caries. He has presented at the World Health Organization’sGlobal Conference on Health in Geneva, Switzerland, and LACI L. PHILLIPSthe California Dental Association Foundation presented him While going to college in southernwith the Dugoni Award for “Outstanding contributions to New Mexico to pursue a lifedental education”. In 2009, the American Dental Association of communications, Laci wasawarded Dr. Nový and his office the title, “Adult Preventive introduced to her first job in theCare Practice of the Year.” Presenting Course: Y87 dental industry as a chair side assistant. Now, 19 years later, she is communicating more than ever through Banta Consulting Group as a dynamic speaker and a technology consultant. Her experience in the dental office as a chair side assistant up through the ranks as an office administrator enables Laci to connect with her audience and her clients. As a team and software trainer and a team builder, Laci has an effective40 | 2012 ODA Annual Session | Preview Program
    • SPEAKER BIOS, CONT.way of teaching the entire team how to move in the same Member of the American Academy of Forensic Sciencesdirection, while working as a individuals. Through Banta (AAFS). Amber was appointed to the dental team of theConsulting, Laci provides her expertise to dental practices, Disaster Mortuary Operation Response Team (NDMS/DMORT)both large and small, across the country and internationally. Region Ten in 2006 and she is the Chief Forensic DentalLaci has also written columns for Dental Office, Hygienetown, Autopsy Technician serving San Diego County and ImperialDocs of Dentistry & American Dental Assistants Association, County California. She is a Member of the California Dentaland a monthly column with DentistryiQ.com. Presenting Identification Team (CalDIT) and credentialed by the FBI/CJISCourses: T17; T26; F38; F53; F56 Division in dental coding for NCIC Missing and Unidentified Persons (MUPS). Presenting Courses: S77; S82BONNIE PUGH Bonnie Pugh is a uniquely skilled, LARRY J. SANGRIK, DDS versatile business and technology Dr. Larry Sangrik has practiced professional, offering 25+ years of general dentistry in his hometown combined industry and business of Chardon, Ohio since 1979. His experience. In addition to being a practice emphasizes dental implants consultant with Banta Consulting, and treatment of apprehensive Bonnie is also acting Executive patients with intravenous sedation. Director of the Speaking Consultant Presenting Courses: F39; Y88Network. Prior to joining Banta Consulting, Bonnie was theProduct Line Manager for the Dental Division of Carestream MARTIN TROPE, DMDDental LLC, the exclusive manufacturer of KODAK Dental Dr. Martin Trope is Clinical ProfessorSystems. She worked with the company for 23 years and in and Graduate Program Director,this role she was responsible for the strategic planning of Department of Endodontics, Schoolthe dental practice management line of products, managing of Dental Medicine, University ofkey relationships for the company and leading the Thought Pennsylvania. He is also in privateLeader Program for practice management. Presenting practice in Philadelphia, PA. HeCourses: T26; F38; F53; F56 was born in Johannesburg, South Africa where he received his BDSLILI C. REITZ, ESQ. degree in dentistry in 1976. From 1976 to 1980 he practiced Ms. Reitz has been serving as General Dentistry and Endodontics. In 1980 he moved to Executive Director of the Ohio State Philadelphia to specialize in Endodontics at the University Dental Board since May of 1996. In of Pennsylvania. After graduating as an Endodontist he this capacity, she oversees the daily continued at the University of Pennsylvania as a faculty operations, including managing member until 1989 when he became Chair of Endodontology a staff of twelve, and overseeing at Temple University, School of Dentistry. In 1993 he moved all licensure, regulation and to Chapel Hill, North Carolina to become the JB Freedland enforcement activities of the Board. Professor in the Department of Endodontics at the UniversityMs. Reitz is a member of the American Association of Dental of North Carolina, School of Dentistry. Named in honor ofExaminers (AADE), the American Association of Dental one of the founding fathers of Endodontics, the FreedlandAdministrators (AADA) and received her Juris Doctor degree Professorship recognizes significant contributions to thefrom the Cleveland Marshall College of Law in November of specialty. Presenting Courses: S72; S851990. Presenting Course: Y90 KELLI VRLA, CSPAMBER RILEY-BURNS, RDH, BA Kelli Vrla has enlightened and Amber Riley-Burns earned her RDH “entertrained” thousands in the in Ohio, graduating in 1998 from US, Europe, and Central America Sinclair College and completing with one of the powerful topics she her Baccalaureate at Wright State teaches. A favorite speaker at the University in 2001. She lives and Chicago Midwinter Conference, the practices in Southern California and Hinman Dental Meeting, Yankee is a clinical dental hygiene board Dental Congress and more, she examiner for eighteen states. She is makes “house calls” to help you engage, enlighten anda Board Member and the Education Chair of the American strengthen office WOW NOW & TEAM TUNE UP skills.Society of Forensic Odontology (ASFO), and an Associate Presenting Courses: S74; S81 Preview Program | 2012 ODA Annual Session | 41
    • SPEAKER BIOS, CONT.DANIELLE WALTON SUSAN S. WINGROVE, RDH, FADIA Danielle Walton is co-founder Susan Wingrove is a practicing and principal of Adept Marketing hygienist with over 35 years of where she focuses her efforts on experience. Outside the office, Susan developing interactive web projects does regeneration research as a for companies looking to improve consultant for Regena Therapeutics their online presence. With more and instrument design for Paradise than 10 years of experience in Dental Technologies, Inc. She strategic marketing and website is the designer of the Wingrovedevelopment, Danielle has a proven track record of being Series and is published author on implant dentistry. Sheable to improve online usability and increase conversion is a Fellow, Certified Educator with the Association ofrates for her clients. Danielle leads the company’s dental Dental Implant Auxiliary (ADIA); a member of the Academymarketing division, helping dentists across the country of Osseointegration, Allied Professional Staff Educationutilize the Internet to increase new patient flow and revenue. Subcommittee; as well as a clinical advisor, writer, andDanielle has a keen understanding and depth of experience educator for The Implant Consortium, which is a groupin the dental industry dating back to childhood, as her dedicated to implant education of the entire dental team.grandfather, father, husband and brother-in-law are all Presenting Course: T23practicing dentists. Danielle began her career in technologyand management consulting with Deloitte Consulting,working on large-scale technology implementations atseveral Fortune 500 companies including Johnson &Johnson, BlueCross BlueShield, and SC Johnson Wax,among others. Danielle graduated with a Bachelor ofArts degree in marketing and public relations from MiamiUniversity in Oxford, Ohio. Presenting Course: F63CORKY WILLHITE, DDS Dr. Corky Willhite has achieved Fellowship by the Academy of General Dentistry and the American College of Dentists. He is one of 50 Fellows of over 6,000 American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry members worldwide and has served on their Board of Governors(currently American Board of Cosmetic Dentistry) and spentyears as an Examiner for Accreditation. He is on the facultyof the Center for Esthetic Excellence in Chicago and post-graduate esthetic programs at Eastman Dental Centerand the University of Minnesota. His private practice insuburban New Orleans, The Smile Design Center, is limitedto Cosmetic Dentistry. Presenting Courses: T15; T3142 | 2012 ODA Annual Session | Preview Program
    • RELATED PROGRAMS To participate in the following meetings you must also be registered for the ODA Annual Session.ACD American College of Dentists, Ohio Section OAGD Ohio Academy of General DentistryThursday, Sept. 13; Breakfast Meeting, 7:30 a.m.; Hyatt Thursday, Sept. 13; Business Meeting and Luncheon – toRegency Hotel. ACD members will receive separate sign up, use registration form, Code T20; 12:00 p.m. to 2:00registration information. p.m.; Greater Columbus Convention Center Members are also encouraged to attend CE Course CodeAODA Alliance to the Ohio Dental Association T15, jointly sponsored by the ODA and OAGD, on Thursday.Thursday, Sept. 13: Business meeting, 12:00 p.m. to 2:00p.m. OAPD Ohio Academy of Pediatric DentistsFriday, Sept. 14: Murder-Mystery Luncheon, for AODA Friday, Sept. 14; Wine Tasting, 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.; Hyattmembers, 2:00 p.m. to 12:00 p.m.; All events at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. Contact: Dr. Erwin T. Su, (330) 494-1993Regency HotelContact: Sue Gardner, (440) 279-7305 ODAA Ohio Dental Assistants’ Association Saturday, Sept. 15; 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.; Hyatt RegencyCWRU Case School of Dental Medicine HotelAlumni Reception Contact: Barbara Hickey, (330) 688-0663Friday, Sept. 14; 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.; Hyatt Regency HotelContact: Sara Fields, (216) 368-3924 ODEFA Ohio Dental Expanded Function Association Saturday, Sept. 15, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.; Hyatt RegencyHOD ODA House of Delegates HotelThursday, Sept. 13, 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., first session of Contact: Barb Adkins, (419) 253-4914the House of Delegates.Thursday, Sept. 13, 11:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Reference ODHA Ohio Dental Hygienists’ AssociationCommittee Hearings. Membership Council Meeting, Saturday, Sept. 15, 2:00 p.m.Friday, Sept. 14, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., final sessions of the to 5:00 p.m.House of Delegates. Contact: Katie Camp, ODHA Central Office (800) 543-3104The ODA Houses of Delegates meets each year during theAnnual Session. Guests may attend all meetings, but only OSU COLLEGE OF DENTISTRYseated delegates may address issues. All ODA members may Reception for OSU Alumni, Friday, Sept. 14, 5:00 p.m. to 7:00address issues during reference committee meetings. The p.m.; Hyatt Regency HotelHouse of Delegates will take place at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. General contact for OSU events: Kate Charlesworth Miller, (614) 366-4990ICDInternational College of Dentists, Ohio Chapter PIERRE FAUCHARD ACADEMYWednesday, Sept. 12; Dessert reception, 8:00 p.m.; Hyatt Friday, Sept. 14; 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.; Hyatt Regency HotelRegency Hotel. ICD members will receive separate Contact: Dr. E. Karl Schneider, (440) 255-3700registration information. Preview Program | 2012 ODA Annual Session | 43
    • PARKING KEY Rates vary. Attendees are responsible for all parking charges Convention Center Surface Lot East (940 spaces) Convention Center South Garage (528 spaces - no vans or trucks) Convention Center West/Vine Street Garage and Surface Lot Reserved for Annual Session attendees; normal rates apply (1,100 spaces) Convention Center Surface Lot North (198 spaces) Nationwide/Allright Surface Lot (250 spaces - no space weekdays) Nationwide Front Street Garage (200 spaces - no vans) Nationwide Temporary Surface Lot (1,200 spaces) Nationwide Chestnut Street Garage (700 spaces - no vans) HOTEL RESERVATIONS RESERVED PARKING Call your hotel of choice directly and indicate that wish to secure the ODA Designated by the number Annual Session rate. You must request the Ohio Dental Association rate, three (3) on the map above, the otherwise you may be charged a higher rate. The following hotels have ODA convention center West/Vine Annual Session room blocks. Depending on the hotel, reservations may be required to be guaranteed by a deposit equal to one night’s rate. Street Garage is a 1,100-space parking garage located less than a block from the HR Hyatt Regency D The Drury Inn Headquarters Hotel 88 E. Nationwide Blvd. Convention Center. This garage 350 North High Street (800) DRURY INN; (614) 221-7008 has been reserved specifically (800) 233-1234; (614) 463-1234 Single or Double: $127 for ODA Annual Session Single: $158; Double: $168 attendees. Normal parking CH The Columbus; A Renaissance Hotel C Crowne Plaza 50 North Third Street rates apply. 33 Nationwide Boulevard (800) 468-3571; (614) 228-5050 (800) 227-6963; (614) 461-4100 Single or Double: $127 Construction has changed Single: $149 traffic patterns throughout the H Hampton Inn Columbus area. Please visit 501 North High Street www.pavingtheway.org for the (800) 426-7866; (614) 559-2000 latest updates. King: $129; King Suite: $15944 | 2012 ODA Annual Session | Preview Program
    • Schedule at a GlanceCode Title Date Begins Ends Speaker M N S/O Audience CE OSDBT10 ODA Plaque Attack Track Thursday 2012 9/13 9:00 am 5:00 pm Various Speakers $155 $220 $99 All 6 AT11 7 Breakthrough Steps to Create Your Best Year Ever! 9/13 9:00 am 12:00 pm Kirk Behrendt $90 $155 $71 All 3 CT12 The Art & Science of Buffering Anesthetic: Defining the Future 9/13 9:00 am 12:00 pm Michael Falkel, DDS $90 $155 $71 All 3 AT13 Digital Photography for the Dental Team 9/13 9:00 am 12:00 pm Dennis Hartlieb, DDS $245 $310 $175 All 3 AT14 Oral Surgery Workshop for the General Practitioner 9/13 9:00 am 12:00 pm Robert R. Edwab, DDS $305 $400 $215 All 3 AT15 TranZitional vs Traditional; Innovation in Composite Bonding 9/13 9:00 am 12:00 pm Corky Willhite, DDS $90 $155 $71 All 3 AT16 Cone-Beam Computed Tomography: Using it Successfully in Your Practice 9/13 9:00 am 12:00 pm Sharon Brooks, DDS $90 $155 $71 All 3 AT17 Dental Billing & Coding . . . Strategies That Work 9/13 9:00 am 12:00 pm Laci L. Phillips $90 $155 $71 All 3 CT18 7 Habits of Successful Dental Practices 9/13 9:00 am 12:00 pm Gary M. DeWood, DDS $90 $155 $71 All 3 CT19 Restoration of Anterior & Posterior Teeth with Composite Resin; 9/13 9:00 am 1:00 pm Marc Geissberger, DDS $245 $310 $175 All 4 A Workshop for Drs. & EFDAsT20 OAGD Luncheon 2012 9/13 12:00 pm 2:00 pm Various Speakers $40 $40 NA All 1 AT21 Preventative Products Roundtable Luncheon - DENTAL HYGIENISTS* ONLY 9/13 12:00 pm 2:00 pm Various Speakers NA NA $65 DH, HS 2 AT22 The Secrets to Boosting Your Productions and Profit in 12 Months 9/13 2:00 pm 5:00 pm Kirk Behrendt $90 $155 $71 All 3 CT23 Optimal Peri-Implant maintenance: Science, Systems, and Success! 9/13 2:00 pm 5:00 pm Susan Wingrove, RDH, FADIA $90 $155 $71 All 3 AT24 Radiography Review 2012 9/13 2:00 pm 4:00 pm Sharon Brooks, DDS $90 $155 $71 All 2 AT25 Local Anesthesia -- Technique, Anatomy and Physiology in the Digital Era 9/13 2:00 pm 5:00 pm Michael Falkel, DDS $90 $155 $71 All 3 AT26 Social Media Bootcamp 9/13 2:00 pm 5:00 pm Laci L. Phillips and Bonnie Pugh $140 $200 $125 All 3 CT27 Reality or Resin: Free-hand Artistry with Anterior Bonding 9/13 2:00 pm 5:00 pm Dennis Hartlieb, DDS $90 $155 $71 All 3 AT28 Basic Implantology for Dental Auxiliaries -- Parts & Pieces; Behind the Wrench 9/13 2:00 pm 5:00 pm Keith Norwalk, DDS $245 $310 $175 All 3 AT29 Suturing Workshop 9/13 2:00 pm 5:00 pm Robert R. Edwab, DDS $305 $400 $215 All 3 AT30 Preventive Dental Equipment Maintenance 9/13 2:00 pm 5:00 pm Henry Schein Dental Technical Services Staff FREE $90 FREE All 3 AT31 Adding Incisal Length for Function and Esthetics 9/13 2:00 pm 5:00 pm Corky Willhite, DDS $245 $310 $175 All 3 AT32 Bite Splints and Occlusal Therapy in Restorative Practices 9/13 2:00 pm 5:00 pm Gary M. DeWood, DDS $90 $155 $71 All 3 AF34 Invisalign Clear Essentials I 9/14 8:00 am 5:00 pm James Day, DDS $1,695 $1,695 N/A D 8 AF35 Invisalign Clear Essentials I - STAFF 9/14 8:00 am 5:00 pm James Day, DDS N/A N/A 0* DH, DA, EF 8 AF36 Invisalign Clear Essentials II Workshop 9/14 8:00 am 4:00 pm Brian Gray, DDS $199 $199 N/A D 7 AF37 Invisalign Clear Techniques II: Using Invisalign® to Be the Best 9/14 8:00 am 4:00 pm William Dayan, DDS $199 $199 N/A D 7 A Orthodontist You Can BeF38 Practice Management Learning Lab Experience: Dentrix 9/14 8:00 am 10:00 am Laci L. Phillips and Bonnie Pugh $125 $185 $125 All 2 CF39 Monitoring Nitrous Oxide Sedation 9/14 9:00 am 5:00 pm Larry J. Sangrik, DDS $190 $255 $135 All 6 AF40 Plaque Attack Track Friday 2012 9/14 9:00 am 5:00 pm Various Speakers $155 $220 $99 All 6 AF41 Evaluating and Deisigning Occlusion 9/14 9:00 am 12:00 pm Lee Ann Brady, DMD and Gary M. $90/$45 $155 $71 All 3 A DeWood, DDS, MSF42 The Oral Examination and Common Pathologic Entities 9/14 9:00 am 12:00 pm John P. Gobetti, DDS, MS $90 $155 $71 All 3 AF43 Basic Implantology for Dental Auxiliaries -- Parts & Pieces; Behind the Wrench 9/14 9:00 am 12:00 pm Keith Norwalk, DDS $245 $310 $175 All 3 AF44 Predictable Restorative Techniques -- Science and Substance 9/14 9:00 am 12:00 pm John Flucke, DDS $90 $155 $71 All 3 AF45 Immediate Implant Loading and Provisionalization 9/14 9:00 am 12:00 pm Paul S. Petrungaro, DDS, MS $90 $155 $71 All 3 AF46 Smile Design -- Its a Team Game! 9/14 9:00 am 12:00 pm Doug Lambert, DDS $90 $155 $71 All 3 AF47 How Healthy is Your Recall? 9/14 9:00 am 12:00 pm Debra Engelhardt-Nash $90 $155 $71 All 3 CF48 Simplified Adhesive/Composite Solutions 9/14 9:00 am 12:00 pm Sarah Conroy, DDS $245 $310 $175 All 3 AF49 Oral Surgery Workshop for the General Practitioner 9/14 9:00 am 12:00 pm Robert R. Edwab, DDS $305 $400 $215 All 3 A Audience: D = Dentist; DH = Dental Hygienist; DA = Dental Assistant; EF = Expanded Function Dental Assistant; OM = Office Manager; RE = ReceptionistF50 Composite Techniques for Predictability and Success with Anterior 9/14 9:00 am 12:00 pm Dennis Hartlieb, DDS $245 $310 $175 All 3 A Free-hand Bonding -- WorkshopF51 Cost Effective Office Design 9/14 9:00 am 12:00 pm David J. Ahearn, DDS $90 $155 $71 All 3 CF52 Effective Utilization of Instruments to Reduce Neuromuscular Stress 9/14 9:00 am 12:00 pm Judy Zack Bendit, RDH $245 $310 $175 All 3 CF53 Practice Management Learning Lab Experience: EagleSoft 9/14 11:00 am 1:00 pm Laci L. Phillips and Bonnie Pugh $125 $155 $125 All 2 CF54 Preventative Products Roundtable Luncheon Friday 2012 9/14 12:00 pm 2:00 pm Various Speakers N/A N/A $65 H, HS 2 AF55 Addition by Subtraction: Conservative Preparation Workshop for 9/14 2:00 pm 5:00 pm Doug Lambert, DDS $245 $310 $175 All 3 A Porcelain VeneersF56 Practice Management Learning Lab Experience: SoftDent 9/14 2:00 pm 4:00 pm Laci L. Phillips and Bonnie Pugh $125 $185 $125 All 2 CF57 The Myths, Legends and Realities of OTC Products 9/14 2:00 pm 5:00 pm Judy Zack Bendit, RDH $90 $155 $71 All 3 A * – Staff attending with a registered dentist may register for this course for free. See course description for more information.F58 Simplified Adhesive/Composite Solutions 9/14 2:00 pm 5:00 pm Sarah Conroy, DDS $245 $310 $175 All 3 A Key: M = ODA Member Dentist; NMD = Non-member Dentist; S/O = Dental Auxiliaries, Office Staff and Other RegistrantsF59 This Can All Be Easier: A Dozen Projects That Will Make Your Office 9/14 2:00 pm 5:00 pm David J. Ahearn, DDS $90 $155 $71 All 3 C A Fun, Easy & Productive Place to Work!F60 Increasing Team Acceptance 9/14 2:00 pm 5:00 pm Debra Engelhardt-Nash $90 $155 $71 All 3 CF61 Exquisite Esthetics 9/14 2:00 pm 5:00 pm Lee Ann Brady, DMD and Gary M. $90 $155 $71 All 3 A DeWood, DDS, MSF62 Minimally Invasive Sinus Augmentation 9/14 2:00 pm 5:00 pm Paul S. Petrungaro, DDS, MS $90 $155 $71 All 3 AF63 Proven Ways to Generate a 500% Return On Investment with Dental 9/14 2:00 pm 5:00 pm Danielle Walton $90 $155 $71 All 3 C Practice Marketing DollarsF64 Medical Drugs and Dentistry 9/14 2:00 pm 5:00 pm John P. Gobetti, DDS, MS $90 $155 $71 All 3 AF65 Treating Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office; hands-on 9/14 2:00 pm 5:00 pm Robert R. Edwab, DDS $305 $400 $215 All 3 A Workshop for the Entire TeamF66 Day-to-Day Technology to Improve Your Practice 9/14 2:00 pm 5:00 pm John Flucke, DDS $90 $155 $71 All 3 AF67 A Conversation with the 2012 Callahn Memorial Award Winner; 9/14 2:00 pm 4:00 pm Dominick D. DePaola, DDS, PhD $25 $25 $25 All 2 A Nutrition & Oral HealthS68 Radiography for the Dental Assistant 9/15 9:00 am 5:00 pm Paula Oliver, CDA, COPMA, CODA $155 $220 $99 All 7 AS69 ODA Plaque Attack Track Saturday 2012 9/15 9:00 am 5:00 pm Various Speakers $155 $220 $99 All 6 AS70 OAP Panel 2012 9/15 9:00 am 12:00 p.m Fred Alger, DDS; Glenn Jividen, Jr., DDS; FREE $90 FREE All 3 A and Rupa Hamal, DDSS71 Acrylic Laminate Veneer -- Lecture 9/15 9:00 am 12:00 p.m Ross Nash, DDS $90 $155 $71 All 3 AS72 Modern Endodontics-From Theory to Practice 9/15 9:00 am 12:00 p.m Martin Trope, DMD $90 $155 $71 All 3 AS73 Clinical Applications of Diode Lasers 9/15 9:00 am 12:00 p.m John Flucke, DDS $245 $310 $175 All 3 AS74 How to WOW NOW: Keys to Jaw-Dropping Patient Service Excellence 9/15 9:00 am 12:00 p.m Kelli Vrla $90 $155 $71 All 3 CS76 Esthetic Failures 9/15 9:00 am 12:00 p.m Lee Ann Brady, DMD $90 $155 $71 All 3 AS77 Dispelling the "CSI Effect" Myth: An Overview of Contempory 9/15 9:00 am 12:00 p.m Anthony R. Cardoza, DDS and Amber $90 $155 $71 All 3 A Forensic Dentistry Riley-Burns, RDHS78 DANB Forum 9/15 10:00 am 12:00 pm Various Speakers FREE $90 FREE All 2 CS79 CPR Accreditation 9/15 10:00 am 5:00 pm Heart Start of Central Ohio $155 $220 $99 All 6 AS80 CPR Recertification 9/15 10:00 am 2:00 pm Heart Start of Central Ohio $90 $155 $71 All 4 AS81 Getting People to OWN Their Jobs! Prevent Accountability Deficit 9/15 2:00 pm 5:00 pm Kelli Vrla $90 $155 $71 All 3 C Disorder in your Workplace!S82 Dentistrys Role in Bioterroism / Mass Disaster Scenario 9/15 2:00 pm 5:00 pm Anthony R. Cardoza, DDS and Amber $90 $155 $71 All 3 A Riley-Burns, RDHS83 Acrylic Laminate Veneer -- Workshop 9/15 2:00 pm 5:00 pm Ross Nash, DDS $245 $310 $175 All 3 AS84 Anterior Esthetic Techniques & Materials 9/15 2:00 pm 5:00 pm Lee Ann Brady, DMD $245 $310 $175 All 3 AS85 Update in Modern Endodontics 9/15 2:00 pm 5:00 pm Martin Trope, DMD $245 $310 $175 All 3 AS86 Radiography Review 2012 9/15 2:00 pm 5:00 pm Paula Oliver, CDA, COPMA, CODA $90 $155 $71 All 2 AY87 Be Very Afraid! 9/16 8:00 am 2:00 pm Brian Novy, DDS $175 $240 $120 All 8 AY88 Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office 9/16 9:00 am 1:00 pm Larry J. Sangrik, DDS $90 $155 $71 All 4 AY89 Infection Control and Regulatory Compliance 9/16 9:00 am 12:00 pm Christopher A. Moore, MA $90 $155 $71 All 3 AY90 Awareness:  Prescription Drug Abuse, OARRS, Human Trafficking, 9/16 10:00 am 12:00 pm Lili Rietz, Esq. $0 $90 $0 All 2 A Dental Office Compliance Manual
    • 2012 ODA Annual Session Registration Form – September 13 - 16, 2012 Primary Registrant (Print or Type) Only one form per office necessary – copy this form if you need more space for registrants or courses. Registration Codes and Fees By 8/3 After 8/3 A ODA Member (active & retired) $50 $75 Dentist Name ________________________________________________________ B Non-Member Dentist $325 $350 C ODA Retired Life Member Free $50 D ADA Member (outside Ohio) $50 $75 Name of Practice _____________________________________________________ DH Dental Hygienist $20 $30 EF EFDA $20 $30 Address _____________________________________________________________ DA Dental Assistant $20 $30 LT Lab Technician $20 $30 City ______________________________ State _____________ Zip __________ OM Office Manager $20 $30 RE Front Office Staff $20 $30 Daytime Phone _____________________________ Fax _____________________ ES Saturday Exhibits Only Pass Free Free HS Hygiene Student Free Free DS Dental Student Free Free E-mail _________________________________________ ADA #______________ DR Dental Resident Free Free ST Other Students $5 $15 (Confirmations and updates will be sent via e-mail if address is provided) SP Spouse (non-office staff) Free Free MC Minor Child Free Free Name for Badge (print or type) License # Registration * E-mail Address Courses (if registering for a free course, enter “0” for the Fee) Total Fees Last Name, First Name Code Fee $ Code Fee $ Code Fee $ Code Fee $ Code Fee $123456*Registration includes tickets for Table Clinics, Welcome Reception, the BASH! and Exhibit Hall activities $ GRAND TOTAL Registration Mailing Instructions Payment Method MAIL registration form to the address below, or for faster service,  Check or Money Order (Payable to 2012 ODA Annual Session) register online at www.oda.org. Do not mail this form after August 31. Check #__________________ You may fax forms to (678) 341-3086 until September 5.  Visa  MasterCard  American Express  Discover 2012 ODA Annual Session Credit Card #________-________-________-________ Expiration Date _____________ c/o QMS Services, Inc. 6840 Meadowridge Court Zip code on credit card bill _____________ Security Code _________ Alpharetta, Georgia 30005 Signature _________________________ Print Name (on card)________________________ Questions? Call (678) 341-3049