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  • 1. April 4–6, 2013 Oregon Convention Center2013 Oregon Dental Conference®Portland, OregonCity of Roses Preview Program
  • 2. Keynote Address by Eddie SlowikowskiMAKE YOUR MOVE Creating Success in Under Four MinutesFriday, April 5 7:30 – 8:30 AMRecommended for: Entire Dental TeamCourse Code: 3190Sponsored, in part, by Fortress Insurance“there’s a way to do it better—find it.” this quote from thomas edison gets to the heart of what it means to be innovative. Find your vision by using your in-born gifts of imagination and creativity to build the ultimate Winner. Join internationally known speaker eddie Slowikowski as he gives participants the ride of a lifetime by taking the journey to discover the greatness within all of us.in over 20 years of speaking, eddie Slowikowskihas inspired thousands with his message ofconceiving, believing and achieving one’s dreamsin life.in today’s challenging climate, it’s important toturn obstacles into opportunities. Only then canwe facilitate energy that impacts innovation andpositive change. through storytelling and high-energy showmanship, eddie takes participantsthrough what it means to be a leader, how tofollow through on a vision, and what positiveenergy can create for yourself and others.Eddie Slowikowski is “The Ultimate Winner.” From hisdays as a gold medal track star to his current position as thecountry’s premier speaker, Eddie’s elite training, dynamicstyle and interactive programs make for a winning ride.Every year, Eddie speaks to thousands of people with hiscutting edge programs.The one constant through it all remains his high-energymessage and interactive style. As a three-time NCAAAll American and Sub-4 miler (he ran one mile in3 minutes 58 seconds), Eddie knows what it takes tobe a winner and help you make your move in life.
  • 3. The 2013 Oregon Dental Conference®is the 121st annual session of the Oregon Dental Association (ODA) and marksthe association’s 16th year at the Oregon Convention Center. The conferenceis the concurrent meeting of the ODA, the Oregon Academy of GeneralDentistry (OAGD), the Oregon Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (OAPD), theOregon Dental Assistants Association (ODAA), the Oregon Dental Executives’ April 4–6, 2013Association (ODEA), the Oregon Dental Hygienists’ Association (ODHA), theOregon Society of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons (OSOMS), the Oregon Societyof Periodontists (OSP) and the Oregon State Association of Endodontists (OSAE),as well as a place for laboratory technicians from throughout the Northwest to 2 ODA Leadership & Staffmeet. This official Preview Program will give you information about the differentactivities and courses that are scheduled during the conference. 3 President’s Welcome 3 President’s Party 4 Exhibit Hall 6 Affiliate Events 8 General Information 9 Schedule of Events 10 Transportation & Lodging 12 Visiting Portland— Activities & Day Trips 13 SponsorsPreregistration 14 Exhibitors Course Information Register online at www.oregondental.org. 15 At-A-Glance For more information, or to register by fax or mail, see page 43. 18 Plan your ODC Schedule Preregistration form available on page 45. worksheet Early bird registration pricing available through March 1, 2013. 19 Thursday Course DescriptionsOn-Site Registration 24 Friday Course Descriptions 24 OSAE Course Schedule Hours 32 Saturday Course Descriptions Thursday, April 4 7 am – 6 pm 32 OSOMS Course Schedule Friday, April 5 7 am – 6 pm 34 OSP Course Schedule Saturday, April 6 7 am – 1:30 pm 37 Speaker Biographies Locations 43 Registration Information New Registrants Pre-Function A 44 Course Codes for Preregistration Preregistrants 45 Preregistration Form Replacing Lost Badges Holladay Lobby 46 Sample Preregistration Form Exhibitors Pre-Function A 47 Index by Course Title 48 Index by SpeakerConference LocationOregon Convention Center:777 NE MLK Jr. Blvd., Portland, OR 97232 Register online at www.oregondental.org.  Early bird pricing through March 1, 2013 General Information  ▪  1
  • 4. ODA Leadership Staff Annual Meeting Council Conference Staff Council Chair Beryl B. Fletcher Christina L. Swartz Kent D. Burnett, DDS Director, Professional Affairs Managing Director, Public Professional Education Cindy Fletcher, MBA, CAE, CMP Ex Officio Associate Executive Director Margaret E. Torgeson Judd R. Larson, DDS Director, Membership Brian M. Fredricks, CPP Council Members Consumer Affairs Managing Director, Keith W. Doty, DDS Finance Building Operations Jennifer L. Webster Larry R. Franz, DMD Coordinator, Membership Records Anna M. Juan Stacy A. Geisler, DDS, PhD Coordinator, Meetings Membership William E. Zepp, CAE Todd A. Gifford, DMD Executive Director Lauren K. Malone, CMP Jean M. Pacewic, DMD Managing Director, Gary R. Templeman, DDS Meetings Membership Carl I. Wheeler, DMD Executive Board of Trustees Component Committee ADA Delegate at Large Multnomah Society President Rickland G. Asai, DMD Athena M. Bettger, DMD, MPH Presidents Jill M. Price, DMD David J. Dowsett, DMD Richard L. Garfinkle, DDS, MSD Central Oregon Mark D. Mutschler, DDS, MS President-Elect Central Oregon Richard Fixott, DDS Thomas D. Pollard, DMD Judd R. Larson, DDS position open Clackamas County OHSU – ASDA Aaron Haskett, DDS Vice-President Clackamas County Karley Bedford Steven E. Timm, DMD Fred A. Bremner, DMD Clatsop County Margaret Campbell Randall F. Glenn, DMD Philip Bales, DMD Secretary-Treasurer (Trustee Designate) Sean A. Benson, DDS Clatsop County Columbia County Rogue Valley K. David Carneiro, DMD Kendall Liday, DDS Editor Jeffrey A. Dryden, DDS Barry J. Taylor, DMD Columbia County Eastern Oregon Southern Oregon position open Jason Walker, DMD Speaker of the House Tyler L. Bryan, DMD Jeffery C.B. Stewart, DDS, MS Eastern Oregon Klamath County Southern Willamette Theresa Tucker, DDS James G. McMahan, DMD At Large Christopher D. Walker, DMD Klamath County Lane County Rickland G. Asai, DMD Southwestern Oregon Thomas S. Tucker, DMD Jonathan Backer, DDS David J. Dowsett, DMD Roger G. Sims, DDS Thomas S. Tucker, DMD Lane County Marion Polk Joni D. Young, DMD Umpqua Bart Carter, DMD, MS Timothy R. Richardson, DDS J. Lee Sharp, DDS Mark F. Stapleton, DMD, MSD Mid-Columbia Washington County position open Marion Polk Matthew C. Biermann, DMD, MS Multnomah Gary W. Boehne, DMD Kae S. Cheng, DMD, MD Todd Beck, DMD Joni D. Young, DMD Yamhill County Rogue Valley Mid-Columbia Allen R. Methven, DDS Ian Erickson, DMD Michael C. Murat, DDS Southern Oregon Anne Barry, DMD Southern Willamette Oregon Dental Association Gary Templeman, DDS Southwestern Oregon 503.218.2010 • 800.452.5628 • Fax: 503.218.2009 Roger Sims, DDS www.oregondental.org • info@oregondental.org Umpqua Mailing address: PO Box 3710, Wilsonville, OR 97070-3710 Michael Allen, DDS Street address: 8699 SW Sun Pl, Wilsonville, OR 97070 Washington County Jared Thompson, DMD Social networks: Yamhill County Blog: www.thetoothofthematter.org Mark Miller, DMD Twitter: Follow ODA President, Jill M. Price, DMD: @ODAPrez or #ODC2013  TM2  ▪  General Information April 4–6, 2013  ▪  Oregon Convention Center
  • 5. From the PresidentPresident’s Welcome Welcome to the 2013 Oregon Dental Conference ®. Our 121st annual meeting will be held at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, April 4-6, 2013. I would like to extend a personal invitation to all dentists, staff, exhibitors, and friends of dentistry to attend this conference. We are pleased to welcome back our partner groups: the Oregon Academy of General Dentistry (OAGD), the Oregon Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (OAPD), the Oregon Dental Assistants Association (ODAA), the Oregon Dental Executives’ Association (ODEA), the Oregon Society of Oral Maxillofacial Surgeons (OSOMS), the Oregon Society of Periodontists (OSP) and the Oregon State Association of Endodontists (OSAE). We are also happy to announce the return of the Oregon Dental Hygienists’ Association (ODHA) as an ODC partner group. We have some great activities and scientific sessions planned for you. Look inside this Preview Program for more information, and don’t miss Thursday’s Trade Show Grand Opening Reception, where two lucky people will win an iPad! On Friday morning, please join me at the ODC General Session where Eddie Slowikowski, world class runner and internationally known speaker, will deliver an inspiring keynote address. Jill M. Price, DMD As always, the Exhibit Hall is a one-stop shopping ground with over 200 great exhibitors President participating. Please bring your shopping list and support the exhibitors who support the conference—and ultimately the ODA. Visit the Exhibit Hall at lunch for a chance to win some great raffle prizes. You can register for the conference online at www.oregondental.org, or by mailing or faxing the form on page 45. Be sure to register by March 1, 2013, to take advantage of the discounted fee. Your meeting confirmation, name badges and other information will be mailed to you in Follow ODA President, advance if you preregister. Jill M. Price, DMD, on I also invite you to join me at the President’s Party at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel on Friday night. Enjoy a dinner buffet before dancing the night away to the music of Hit Machine, courtesy of Twitter: @ODAPrez our friends at ODS. I look forward to seeing you at the 2013 Oregon Dental Conference®, April 4–6. Tweet about the Sincerely, conference: #ODC2013 Jill M. Price, DMD President President’s Party Join Dr. Jill Price, President of the Oregon Dental Association, for a night of dinner, dancing, and fun at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel on Friday, April 5. Portland’s most requested dance band, Hit Machine, will perform a playlist that is sure to keep you dancing the evening away! All are welcome! Make sure to purchase tickets for your entire team when you register for the ODC. Date Friday, April 5, 2013 Time 6 – 10 pm Location oubleTree by Hilton Hotel D 1000 NE Multnomah Blvd, Portland Attire Business CasualThe President’s Tickets $35 per personParty is graciouslysponsored by ODS. This event is for all members of the dental team. Registration Code F4000Register online at www.oregondental.org.  Early bird pricing through March 1, 2013 General Information  ▪  3
  • 6. Exhibit Hall American Red Cross Blood Drive Friday, April 5 10 am – 3:30 pm Help Save a Life by donating blood at the ODC. The American Red Cross will be holding a blood drive in Exhibit Hall B, across from the attendee massage area. Appointments are strongly recommended and can be made online starting February 14 at www.givelife.org  Sponsor Code: oregondental Free Massages! Stop by during exhibit hall hours and Trade put your feet up on a foot-massager for Show Raffle . a quick treat or get a complimentary winner 10-minute head and neck massage by Sp e nd r trained masseurs. y o lunch s ur iss you hoppin in the g Ex Hall. N hibit ot will yo only to be a ODC New Dentist Reception u c ome away w it g r e a t p h s ome Don’t m Friday, April 5  4 – 6 pm urchas but you es, Enjoy great music and hors d’oeuvres while c walk a ould wa visiting with colleagues and the exhibitors s ome a y w i t h chance m after a day of courses. While this is a great raf fle p azing rizes. opportunity for those dentists who have been practicing for 10 years or less to network, everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend. Sponsored, in part, by Pacific Continental Bank Product Demonstrations OHSU Student Table Clinic Competition Check out the Product Demonstration area during lunch hours in the Exhibit Hall NE W Saturday, April 6  10 am – 1 pm in the Join OHSU School of Dentistry students as they compete for a showcasing of the latest and enhanced dental products Exhibit Hall! for cash prizes with tabletop demonstrations focusing on either clinical application and technique or basic science on the market. and research. The winning presentation will compete Demonstrations are not eligible for against other dental schools at the national level during continuing education credits. the 2013 Annual ADA Meeting in New Orleans! Sponsored by the Oregon Dental Association and Dentsply Corporation Visit the Exhibit Hall for FREE! Saturday, April 6  9:30 am – 1:30 pm Are you an ODA member who wants to attend the Exhibit Hall only? We’ll give you a free pass on Saturday, April 6, to visit over 200 exhibiting companies! Advance registration not available. To take advantage of this special offer, visit the onsite registration area in Pre-Function A of the Oregon Convention Special Offer For ODA Member Dentists! Center on Saturday, April 6. Offer only available to ODA member dentists.4  ▪  General Information April 4–6, 2013  ▪  Oregon Convention Center
  • 7. Exhibit Hall Trade Show Grand Opening Reception Thursday, April 4  3:30 – 6:30 pm Exhibit Hall Take a “Tour of the Pacific Northwest” and sample the area’s best wines and beers. Enjoy tasty food and drinks while networking with your colleagues and shopping in the exhibit hall. You can also enter to win an iPad! Drink and drawing tickets will be distributed at the conclusion of Thursday’s classes, and the drawing will take place between 5:30 and 6 pm. Win an iPad!Explore the Exhibit Hall. Socialize with an array of vendorswhile enjoying the special events and activities planned each day. Exhibit Hall HoursThursday, April 4 Friday, April 5 Saturday, April 6 Thursday, April 4 12 noon – 6:30 pmFree Massages Free Massages Free MassagesGrand Opening New Dentist Reception OHSU Student Table Friday, April 5 10 am – 6 pmReception ODAA Poster Clinic Competition Saturday, April 6 9:30 am – 1:30 pmProduct Demonstration ProductDemonstrations Red Cross Blood Drive DemonstrationsTrade Show Raffle Trade Show Raffle Start making a list now of what you need in Product your office. Make sure to buy from the exhibitors Demonstrations at the ODC, who support your association! Trade Show RaffleRegister online at www.oregondental.org.  Early bird pricing through March 1, 2013 General Information  ▪  5
  • 8. Affiliate Events OHSU School of Dentistry Alumni Association Oregon Dental Annual Meeting Awards Luncheon Assistants Association Poster Demonstrations when aturday, April 6 S ODAA welcomes all dental assisting 11:30 am – 1 pm (doors open at 11 am) schools to participate in an informal Oregon Convention Center table presentation in the Exhibit Hall on Friday, April 5 from 10 am – 2 pm. The COST per person $40 poster demonstrations will use oral Register 503.552.0745 or www.ohsu.edu/sod/alumni communication and visual media to inform, clarify and/or review material on a Reunions! Awards! Celebration! Join specific subject. your alumni family to recognize the Specific requirements will be sent to recipients of the School of Dentistry all dental assisting schools in January. Alumni Association’s premier awards Please contact Bonnie Marshall at and add your personal milestones to our “Living History” timeline. mgrammabuns@aol.com Graduates from the DMD and RDH reunion classes ending in a “3” or an and information will be emailed. “8” (2008, 2003, 1998, etc) will be honored. Alumni from the class of 1963 and greater as well as the class of 2012 are admitted to the lunch at no Come see our booth charge as guests of the Alumni Association. Advanced registration is Stop by the ODAA table, located in Pre- required. Function A of the Oregon Convention Center, to “Spin the Wheel” for a chance to win some great prizes. Dental Foundation of Oregon Win a 2013 Toyota Hybrid! Wall of Wine You’ll have your chance to win a brand new 2013 Camry Hybrid, COST  $20 per bottle plus a $500 cash drawing (cash drawing 2/14/2013). Location:  Exhibit Hall Entrance Aisle Cash winner will still be eligible for the car drawing. Cost  $100 per ticket The popular Wall of Wine is back and bigger than ever! For $20 you get to Purchase tickets choose any bottle of wrapped wine from Online:  www.SmileOnOregon.org the Wall of Wine display. At ODC:  Exhibit Hall Entrance Aisle Phone:  Judy Edgerly at 503.594.0880 Wines range in value from $15 to $100 with several bottles The winning ticket will be drawn at approximately 12:45 pm in the Exhibit worth much, much more. Hall on Saturday, April 6, 2013. Participants need not be present to win. WALL OF Only 1,000 tickets will be sold. WINE Games of chance are not considered a tax deductible donation under IRS regulations.6  ▪  General Information April 4–6, 2013  ▪  Oregon Convention Center
  • 9. Affiliate EventsWednesday, April 3 Saturday, April 6 Who Delta Sigma Delta Who International College of Dentists WHEN 6 pm WHEN 7 am WHERE Multnomah Athletic Club WHERE DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Portland (Lloyd Center) CONTACT Noel V. Larsen, DMD CONTACT Jeffery C.B. Stewart, DDS, MS 503.284.5678 or noel@emanaged.net 503.494.8904 or stewajef@ohsu.eduThursday, April 4 Who Oregon AGD Board WHEN 7 am Who Pierre Fauchard Academy WHERE Oregon Convention Center WHEN 7 – 9 am CONTACT 503.228.6266 or oragd@comcast.net WHERE Oregon Convention Center CONTACT Weston W. Heringer, Jr., DMD WhAT OHSU School of Dentistry Alumni Association 503.871.4240 or wheringer@comcast.net Annual Meeting and Awards Luncheon WHEN 11:30 am – 1 pm (doors open at 11 am)Friday, April 5 WHERE Oregon Convention Center CONTACT OHSU Alumni Relations Program What ODAA Poster Demonstrations 503.552.0745 or www.ohsu.edu/sod/alumni WHEN 10 am – 2 pm WHERE Oregon Convention Center WhAT Oregon Dental Hygienists’ Association (ODHA) CONTACT Bonnie Marshall Board of Trustees Meeting mgrammabuns@aol.com When 1 – 4 pm Where Oregon Convention Center WhAT Oregon State Association Contact Shaney Starr, MS of Endodontists (OSAE) Luncheon 503.584.1696 or odhaoffice@gmail.com WHEN 12 noon – 1:30 pm WHERE Oregon Convention Center WhAT Oregon Society of Oral Maxillofacial CONTACT Wiltbank, DMD Ken Surgeons (OSOMS) Luncheon 503.861.2602 or kenwiltbank@gmail.com WHEN 11:30 am – 1 pm WHERE Oregon Convention Center CONTACT 503.594.0322 or oregonoms@gmail.com The ODEA is here for you! Visit the ODEA membership table at the Oregon Dental Conference® this year to find out what exciting opportunities are available for you! The Oregon Dental Executives’ Association (ODEA) is dedicated to excellence in dental management through the development of personal and professional management skills that ensure quality patient care, employer profitability, and personal growth. ODEA members gain new qualities such as leadership, education, professional growth, networking, access to an active support system and much more!Stop by and enter to win several of our amazing prizes! We are excited to meet you!Register online at www.oregondental.org.  Early bird pricing through March 1, 2013 General Information  ▪  7
  • 10. General Information ADA CERP Emergencies Oregon Dental Association is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. ADA An emergency medical team is on-site during all conference hours. To CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental summon emergency aid, pick up any house phone and dial the operator. professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses Registration materials or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards Confirmation of registration will be sent to individual registrants after of dentistry. The Oregon Dental Association designates this activity for processing. A packet containing name badges for all participants will a maximum of 18 continuing education credits. Concerns or complaints be mailed prior to the conference to all primary registrants who register about a CE provider may be directed to the provider or to ADA CERP by March 1, 2013. Those registering after March 1 may pick up their at www.ada.org/cerp. name badge in the Holladay Lobby of the OCC during registration hours (listed on the next page). Academy of General Dentistry AGD-Oregon is designated as an approved PACE provider by the Academy Special needs of General Dentistry. The formal continuing education courses of this If you need any special assistance, please let us know ahead of time program provider are accepted by AGD for fellowship, mastership and how we can help you. Please indicate your needs on the registration membership-maintenance credit. Approval does not imply acceptance form, or contact the ODA: 503.218.2010 or odc@oregondental.org. The by a state or provincial board of dentistry. Oregon Convention Center complies with the accessibility requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Child care Child care is not provided at the conference. Check with area hotels Seminar seating 3 for child care recommendations. All attendees should choose their courses during registration to ensure there is adequate seating. Room assignments will be based on Cancellations Transfers preregistration numbers. Due to fire regulations, once a course is full, All refund, transfer, and cancellation requests must be submitted in attendees will not be allowed to sit on the floor or bring chairs from writing. If cancellation or transfer occurs after preregistration materials another room. For workshops and courses with limited seating, there will have been mailed, badge(s) must be returned with the written request. be a 5-minute grace period before your seat is released to a waitlisted A $50 handling fee will be charged for all refunds. Refunds will not be attendee. Please set all electronic devices to ‘silent’ during courses. accepted, for any reason, after 11:59 pm on March 22, 2013. Transfers 3 Easy Ways will be accepted anytime without penalty. Course credit The number of continuing education credits for each course is equal to the number of hours for that course. No partial credit will be awarded to Register (i.e. half day attendance of a full-day course). ODAA courses are approved Registration form can be found on page 45. for Dental Assisting National Board (DANB) continuing education credits. No registrations will be accepted by phone or email. CE completion codes will be given orally only at the conclusion of each course and will not be available at any other time. It is the participant’s Registrations WILL NOT be processed without FULL PAYMENT. responsibility to verify the requirements of his or her state/provincial licensing board(s) and to self-report any CE credits earned. 1 Online  Use the electronic registration form at Course disclaimer www.oregondental.org The Oregon Dental Conference®, its sponsors and the Oregon Dental Association make every effort to present high-caliber speakers in their respective areas of interest. The presentations of the speakers in no way 2 Mail  imply endorsement of any product, technique or service. The Oregon Mail your registration form (with payment) to: Dental Conference® and the Oregon Dental Association specifically Oregon Dental Association disclaim responsibility for any material presented. Programs may be PO Box 3710, Wilsonville, OR 97070 subject to change due to circumstances beyond our control. Course Handouts 3 Fax  Fax your registration form (with complete Course handouts will be available online at www.oregondental.org two weeks prior to the conference. They will not be printed for distribution credit card information) to 503.218.2009. If on-site. If you wish to have ODC handouts available for reference during you register by fax, DO NOT MAIL a copy of courses, please be sure to download them in advance. your registration.8  ▪  General Information April 4–6, 2013  ▪  Oregon Convention Center
  • 11. General Information Conference Location Schedule of Events Thursday, April 4 7 am – 6 pm Registration Open 7 am Pierre Fauchard Academy Breakfast 9 am – 4:30 pm Scientific Sessions 12 – 6:30 pm Trade Show Open Unless otherwise indicated, all 3:30 – 6:30 pm programs and activities will be held at: Trade Show Grand Opening Oregon Convention Center (OCC) Reception, Exhibit Hall ODA staff will be 777 NE Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. on-site at the OCC from 6:30 – 10 pm ODA Presidents’ Dinner, Portland, OR 97232 Wednesday, April 3 Embassy Suites Downtown 503.235.7575 • www.oregoncc.org through Saturday, April 6. (by invitation only) Friday, April 5 7 am – 6 pm Registration OpenImportant Dates Deadlines 7:30 – 8:30 am Opening General Session 9 am – 5 pm Scientific Sessions March 1 Preregistration Deadline  Preregister to receive a tuition discount 10 am – 6 pm Trade Show Open and conference materials prior to ODC. 10 am – 3:30 pm March 4 Hotel/Lodging Cut-off  Discounted ODC rates are available at Red Cross Blood Drive multiple hotels through March 4. See page 11 for details. 4 – 6 pm March 21 Course Handouts Online  Course handouts will be available New Dentist Reception online at www.oregondental.org two weeks prior to the conference. 12 noon Lunch Handouts will not be printed for distribution on-site. If you wish to have ODC handouts available for reference during courses, please be •  OSAE Luncheon sure to download them in advance. 6 – 10 pm President’s Party, March 22 Cancellation/Refund Deadline  All refund and cancellation DoubleTree by Hilton requests must be submitted in writing. If cancellation occurs after Portland preregistration materials have been mailed, badge(s) must be Saturday, April 6 returned with the written request. A $50 handling fee will be charged 7 am – 1:30 pm Registration Open for all refunds. Refunds will not be accepted, for any reason, after 11:59 pm on March 22, 2013. 7 am International College of Dentists Breakfast, March 22 Mail/Fax Registration Closed  Anyone registering after March 22 DoubleTree by Hilton must register online or on-site in Pre-Function A Portland of the Oregon Convention Center. 7 am OAGD Board Meeting April 4–6 On-site Registration  Registration will be available in Pre-Function A at the Oregon Convention Center during the hours listed below. 8 am – 4 pm Scientific Sessions Dentists who are not members of ODA will need to show their ADA 9:30 am – 1:30 pm Trade Show Open card to receive the ADA member rate. 11:30 am Lunch On-site registration hours: •  OHSU Alumni Luncheon •  Thursday, April 4 7 am – 6 pm •  OSOMS Luncheon •  Friday, April 5 7 am – 6 pm • Saturday, April 6 7 am – 1:30 pmRegister online at www.oregondental.org.  Early bird pricing through March 1, 2013 General Information  ▪  9
  • 12. Transportation Lodging NE 16TH AVE NE BROADWAY NE WEIDLER ST NE 7TH AVE 5 Crowne Plaza Hotel Lloyd Center NE MLK JR. BLVD / 99E M AX Shopping Mall Ye ll GE ow ID Rose Lin BR Garden IN TE e AY Arena NE MULTNOMAH ST R DW ST MAX Blue Line (to Gresham) OA DoubleTree by AT BR Red Lion MAX Green Line (to Clackamas) E Hilton Hotel AV Í Hotel MAX Red Line (to Airport) E 84 NE GRAND AVE / 99E NW LOVEJOY ST Union Oregon NE 1ST AVE NW Station Convention Center Í NA Pearl BLV D IT NW BROADWAY O District 777 NE YD LO PK MLK Jr. Blvd EL GE 84 W N Í Y ID BR Í E EL Í Í PARKING GARAGES LOTS ST NW GLISAN ST Í MAX/STREETCAR TRACKS MAX Green Line MAX Yellow Line Í MAX/STREETCAR STOP 84 Chinese NW EVERETT ST Garden OREGON CONVENTION CENTER Streetcar Line Lan Su ODC HOTELS Portland Saturday 5 Market AREA OF INTEREST W BURNSIDE ST BURNSIDE BRIDGE E BURNSIDE ST SW PIN ES T Embassy Suites N Downtown MLK JR. BLVD / 99E Hotel NE Portland GRAND AVE / 99E W E MA SW S X STA MA Blue RK XR L ST ed ine Line ed L ine AVE ine L 3RD MA Blue Pla eer 5 SW n XR ce X Pio Driving MA AY ADW BRO Y OMSI llow Line KW Line SW P n TO MA Gree NAI X Ye The Convention Center is conveniently located in the Lloyd District just northeast of downtown Portland. This area is well-served by highways, light rail and bus lines. X MA SW Driving Directions Parking From the south  On I-5 There is street parking in the surrounding area, as well as a variety northbound, take the Rose Quarter/Broadway/ of surface lots and an on-site parking garage. The lots listed below Weidler Street exit (Exit 302A). Turn right are OCC/Metro-operated lots; others in the area may be priced (east) onto Weidler then right (south) on Martin differently. We encourage you to consider using public transportation. Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Proceed to the OCC. The Oregon Convention Center is conveniently located on three MAX light rail lines and the new east-side streetcar line. From the north On I-5   southbound, take the Rose Quarter/City OCC Underground Parking Garage  Entrances on Center exit (Exit 302A). Proceed straight NE Lloyd Blvd. and First Ave. Hourly parking rate available, $9 maximum per day. across Broadway Ave. Turn left (east) onto Weidler. Turn right (south) on Martin Luther LLoyd Lot  Entrance on NE MLK Jr. Blvd. and Lloyd Blvd. King, Jr. Blvd. Proceed to the OCC. Metro Garage  Entrance on NE Grand Ave. and Irving St. From the East  On I-84 westbound, take the Lloyd Blvd. exit (Exit 1). Proceed straight on Lloyd Rental cars Blvd. to the Convention Center. Hertz has discounted rates for ODC attendees from March 28–April 13, 2013. From the AirPort  Take Make your reservations online at I-205 South to I-84 West. Follow the www.hertz.com or by phone at 800.654.2240. ‘From the East’ directions above. Reservation code: CV# 04H9000210  ▪  General Information April 4–6, 2013  ▪  Oregon Convention Center
  • 13. Í c x Transportation Lodging Public Transportation Portland’s mass transit system—bus, light rail (MAX), commuter rail and streetcar—is operated by TriMet. For more information, visit www.trimet.org or call 503-238-RIDE (7433). Go to www.trimet.org/apps Train/Light Rail (MAX)  The Blue, Red, and Green lines stop right to download an app to help you outside the OCC doors. These lines will also take you downtown and beyond. navigate Portland’s mass transit. BUS  TriMet’s #6 bus runs right in front of the OCC. There are also many other bus lines that serve the downtown and Lloyd District. STREETCAR  The Streetcar now runs in front of the Oregon Convention Center, and will take you to Northwest Portland, the South Waterfront, Downtown and the Pearl District. From Portland International Airport (PDX) The Red Line MAX goes from the airport to the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Portland, then to the Oregon Convention Center, and continues on to downtown. It runs every 15 minutes during the day. Cost from the airport is $2.50.LodgingThe following hotels have special ODC rates that are available on a first-come,first-serve basis until March 4, 2013. Embassy Suites HotelFor reservations, please call the hotel directly. Travel Portland prioritizes requests 319 SW Pine St,for future conference dates depending on the total hotel rooms used by conference Portland, OR 97204attendees. All conference attendees are encouraged to spend at least one night at a www.embassyportland.comDowntown/NE Portland hotel. 503.279.9000When making reservations, please mention that you are attending the Oregon Dental 800.643.7892Conference® and make sure to mark your housing plans on your registration form. Crowne Official 2013 ODC Plaza Hotel— Headquarters Hotel Downtown/ Convention DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Center 1441 NE Second Ave, Portland Portland, OR 97232 1000 NE Multnomah Blvd, Portland, OR 97232 www.cpportland.com www.Portland.DoubleTree.com • 800.996.0510 503.233.2401 Room Rate: $157  Online code: OD3 Just two stops away on the MAX line, the Red Lion Hotel DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Portland is the Portland— headquarters hotel for the ODC. Convention Center 1021 NE Grand Ave,Be sure to reserve your hotel room by March 4 to receive ODC discounted rates. Portland, OR 97232Please reserve the rooms yourself—ODA does not make hotel reservations. www.redlion.com 503.235.2100 800.343.1822Register online at www.oregondental.org.  Early bird pricing through March 1, 2013 General Information  ▪  11
  • 14. Visiting Portland where to go Tax Free International Rose Test Garden Shopping! One of the oldest and largest rose test gardens in the country, the spectacular International Bridgeport Village Rose Test Garden is just minutes from downtown Portland in Washington Park. You’ll Dining, retail and entertainment, located in find 7,000 rose bushes, spectacular views of the city and the Rose Garden Gift Shop. Tualatin. (Take I-5 to exit 290.) www.rosegardenstore.org/thegardens.cfm www.bridgeport-village.com Nearby you’ll also find the Portland Japanese Garden, widely proclaimed as one of the most authentic Japanese gardens outside Japan. www.japanesegarden.com Columbia Gorge Lan Su Chinese Garden Premium Outlets Forty-five outlet stores, located in Troutdale. An authentically built cultural heritage garden, the Lan Su Chinese Garden is a quiet oasis in the (Take I-84 to exit 17.) www.premiumoutlets.com heart of Portland’s Old Town/Chinatown. From weekly tai chi demonstrations to an authentic teahouse, the Garden gives you an opportunity to immerse into the history and culture of China. Lloyd Center www.portlandchinesegarden.org Shopping mall within walking distance of the Oregon Convention Center. Over 200 shops, a Oregon Zoo food court, indoor ice-skating rink, and 18 movie At the Oregon Zoo, you can travel around the world in an afternoon, observing screens. www.lloydcenter.com more than 2,000 animals from around the world, from agouti (a rainforest rodent) to zebra. This conservation zoo is renowned for its Asian elephant breeding The Pearl District program. The zoo is located in Washington Park, five minutes west of downtown Historic buildings have been transformed into on Highway 26 (Sunset Highway). www.oregonzoo.org unique retail storefronts, restaurants, galleries, and lofts. www.shopthepearl.com Portland Art Museum One of the 25 largest museums in the country, with impressive touring exhibitions and Pioneer Place permanent collections, including the centers for Northwest and Native American Art. Upscale shopping and dining www.portlandartmuseum.org in the heart of downtown. www.pioneerplace.com Portland Saturday Market Stroll down row upon row of unique arts and crafts created by the people who sell them. Listen to live Woodburn Company Stores local music and enjoy a plethora of exotic foods in the international food pavilion. Open rain or shine, Big brand names with outlet savings Saturday (10 am –5 pm) and Sunday (11 am –4:30 pm). www.portlandsaturdaymarket.com in Woodburn. (Take I-5 to exit 271.) www.woodburncompanystores.com Day Trips Performing Arts Columbia River Gorge Oregon Symphony www.orsymphony.org Mt. Hood The Portland Center for the Oregon Coast Performing Arts www.pcpa.com Oregon Wine Country Portland Center Stage www.pcs.org For more information on these and other activities in and around the Portland area, visit Travel Portland at www.travelportland.com.12  ▪  General Information April 4–6, 2013  ▪  Oregon Convention Center
  • 15. SponsorsThank you! This list is current as of December 14, 2012. ODA thanks all 2013 ODC Sponsors for their generous support.Platinum gold silver bronze www.kingdentalcompany.comRegister online at www.oregondental.org.  Early bird pricing through March 1, 2013 General Information  ▪  13
  • 16. Exhibitors This list is current as of December 14, 2012.Thank you to all our exhibitors! 3M ESPE Consani Seims Ltd. Hager Worldwide Physician’s Resource Abnormal Computer Support Cosmetic Dental Specialties Hartzell Son, G. Planmeca USA, Inc. Accutron, Inc. Creamer Associates, P.C. Hawaiian Moon Aloe PM Consultants Acme Dental Crown Works Dental Laboratory Hayes Handpiece Repair Company Porter Instrument Co., Inc. ACTEON North America Demandforce HealthFirst Porter Royal Sales (Satelec Sopro) Den-Tech HELP Appraisals Sales, Inc. Premier Dental Products Company Exhibit Hall Hours A-dec Dent-X Henry Schein Dental Prescott’s, Inc. Advantage Dental DenMat Holdings, LLC Hu-Friedy Pro Photo Supply Thursday, April 4 AFTCO Dental Medical Staffing, Inc. ICW International Procter Gamble Air Techniques, Inc. 12 noon – 6:30 pm Airgas Dental Foundation of Oregon, The (DFO) Instrumentarium Professional Practice Specialists, Inc. Isolite Systems Arnold Dental Supply Co., Inc. Dental Systems Ivoclar Vivadent, Inc. Professional Sales Associates, Inc. Friday, April 5 Artisan Dental Laboratory Integrators, Inc. Juice Plus Proma, Inc. Aseptico Dental USA ProSites 10 am – 6 pm Aspen Dental Dentapure Kaiser Permanente Dental Care Program Providence Specialty Associated Pension Consultants Dentist’s Choice, The KaVo Dental Pediatric Dental Clinic Saturday, April 6 Assured Dental Lab Dentists Benefits Kerr Corporation Q-Optics Quality Aspirators Insurance Company (DBIC) Atlas Resell Management Lindquist Marketing Quick Collect, Inc. 9:30 am – 1:30 pm Dentists of Oregon Political LumaDent, Inc. RGP, Inc. Aurum Ceramic / Space Action Committee (DOPAC) Maintainers Laboratories Marus Dental Rich Duncan Construction, Inc. DENTSPLY Caulk B B Dental Ceramic Medical Teams International Rose Micro Solutions DENTSPLY Implants Arts (3D BioCAD) Royal Dental Manufacturing, Inc. DENTSPLY International Meisinger USA, LLC Bank of America Practice SciCan, Inc. Solutions DENTSPLY Professional Midmark Corporation Miltex, an Integra Company Scrub Med, Inc. Banner Bank Dentsply Tulsa Dental Specialties MIS Implants Technologies Shikosha Dental Lab Beaverton Dental Designs for Vision, Inc. Equipment Services Mission of Mercy (MOM) Shofu Dental Corp. DFF Dental Laboratory, Inc. Modular and Custom Smile ReminderSponsors listed in Beecher Carlson Insurance Digital Doc, LLC Belmed Cabinets, LTD (MCC) SonicsBOLD RED CAPS DMC / DAISY Belmont Equipment Myhre Group Architects Southern Oregon Credit Service Doral Refining Corp. Nobel Biocare Straumann, USA LLCFirst time exhibitors Bioclear Matrix Systems DoWell Dental Products by Dr. David Clark Northwest Dental Sales Sunstar Americasshown in blue. Electro Medical System BioHorizons Corporation (EMS) Norwest Contractors Design Lab SurgiTel / General Scientific Corp. Biotec, Inc. Emmett Phair Construction O’Brien Dental Lab, Inc. TapMaster Bisco Dental Products Engle Dental Systems OCO Biomedical, Inc. Tekscan, Inc. BnK Construction, Inc. Everyday Health ODS Toni King AssociatesSpend some time in the Brasseler USA Excel Orthodontics, Inc. Open Dental Software TPCExhibit Hall and support Brewer First Citizens Bank Orascoptic U.S. Bank Broders Sales Associates Ortho Classic Ultradent Products, Inc.the companies who First Pacific Corporation Burkhart Dental Forest Dental Products, Inc. Pacific Continental Bank Ultralight Opticssupport the ODC. CareCredit Pacific Dental Services VELscope-LED Dental, Inc. Garfield Refining Company Carestream Dental Garrison Dental Solutions Pacific Underwriters Verticalwerks Marketing CariFree GC America, Inc. PACT-ONE Solutions VOCO America, Inc. Centrix, Inc. Gendex Dental Paradise Dental Technologies Wells Fargo Practice Finance Cincinnati Insurance Company Gentle Dental Patterson Dental WEO Media Colgate Gideons International Pelton Crane Willamette Dental Coltene-Whaledent, Inc. Golden Dental Solutions PeriOptix, Inc. Xlear / Spry Columbia Bank (Columbia Green Apple Dental Peterson Sales and Marketing Zila State Bank) Philips Sonicare and Zoll-Dental Green Sail Transitions, Inc. Columbia Community Bank Zoom Whitening14  ▪  General Information April 4–6, 2013  ▪  Oregon Convention Center
  • 17. ‡ Courses marked with a double-plus are offered more than once. See course description for details. Thursday  at-a-glanceCourse codes beginning with “3” are included with registration. Courses codes beginning with “F” require an additional fee. Office Mgr. CE Credits Assistant Hygienist Lab Tech Dentist Course Course Name Speaker Time Group Code Thursday—Full Day Courses Lasers in Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry 3104 6 Convissar 9 am – 4:30 pm ODA D Medical and Dental Implications of the Most Prescribed Medications 3105 6 Crossley 9 am – 4:30 pm ODA D H A Emerging Concepts in Periodontitis and Overall Health: Separating Fact from Fiction 3111 6 Glasscoe Watterson 9 am – 4:30 pm ODA D H A Treatment Planning and Reconstruction from Endodontics to Full Arch Implant Fixed Prostheses 3129 6 Williamson 9 am – 4:30 pm ODA D H A OM LT Utilizing a Graftless Approach and Computer Guided Surgery Thursday—Morning Courses Record Keeping from the Board’s Perspective 3102 1.5 Braatz; Kleinstub 9 – 10:30 am ODA D H A OM Ask the Board 3103 1 Braatz; Kleinstub 11 am – 12 pm ODA D H A OM Obstructive Sleep Apnea: A Whirlwind Tour 3106 3 Demko 9 am – 12 pm ODA D H A Critical Assessment of Dental Composites, Adhesives and Light Curing Technology 3108 3 Ferracane 9 am – 12 pm ODA D H A What the Mouth Knows: Dental Detectives 3110 3 Geisler; Stewart 9 am – 12 pm ODA D H A Bringing It All Together ‡ 3112 3 Henderson 9 am – 12 pm ODEA D OM Don’t Let Your Provisionals Look Temporary 3113 3 Henson 9 am – 12 pm ODA A LT Essential Ergonomics for Dental Professionals 3115 3 Jorgensen; Smith 9 am – 12 pm ODAA D H A OM LT Dentistry Is About Relationships: High Performing Patient Team Relationships 3118 3 Mausolf 9 am – 12 pm ODA D H A OM LT The Additive Effects of Additives: Understanding the Impact of Dietary and 3120 3 Reynolds 9 am – 12 pm ODA D H A OM Product Enhancers on Oral and Systemic Health Improvisational Customer Service: If You’re Having Fun, Your Patients Will Have Fun 3122 3 Sand 9 am – 12 pm ODEA D H A OM LT The Dynamic Duo: High Blood (Hypertension) and Sweet Blood (Diabetes) 3123 3 Siegel 9 am – 12 pm ODA D H A Modern Endodontics: From Theory to Practice 3125 3 Trope 9 am – 12 pm ODA D CPR for the Health Care Provider ‡ 3126 3.5 Vaughan 9 am – 12:30 pm ODA D H A OM LT Thursday—Afternoon Courses Medical Emergency Update 3101 4 Beadnell; Ueeck 1 – 5 pm ODA D H A OM Oral Appliance Therapy for OSA: Exam, Device Choice and Side-Effects 3107 3 Demko 1:30 – 4:30 pm ODA D H A How to Go from Underdog to Top Dog without Barking Up the Wrong Tree: 3109 3 Gardner 1:30 – 4:30 pm ODEA D H A OM LT Unleash Your Potential and Create Success for You and Your Practice INventory: Controlling Assets and Efficiencies 3114 3 Henson 1:30 – 4:30 pm ODA D H A OM Bloodborne Pathogens: An OSHA Update 3116 3 Jorgensen 1:30 – 4:30 pm ODAA D H A OM LT The “New” Periodontal Disease: Inflammatory and Risky 3117 3 Low 1:30 – 4:30 pm ODA D H A OM Communication Solutions: Attitudes, Breakdowns and Conflict Resolutions ‡ 3119 3 Mausolf 1:30 – 4:30 pm ODA D H A OM LT Allergy Nation: Asthma to Zyban 3121 3 Reynolds 1:30 – 4:30 pm ODA D H A OM Dermatology: In My Mouth? 3124 3 Siegel 1:30 – 4:30 pm ODA D H A Update in Modern Endodontics—Workshop F4001 3 Trope 1:30 – 4:30 pm ODA D CPR for the Health Care Provider ‡ 3127 3.5 Vaughan 1:30 – 5 pm ODA D H A OM LT Risk Management (as part of ODC registration) 3128 3 Verbiest 1:30 – 4:30 pm ODA D H A OM Risk Management (as a stand-alone course) F4002 3 Verbiest 1:30 – 4:30 pm ODA D H A OM Register online at www.oregondental.org.  Early bird pricing through March 1, 2013 General Information  ▪  15
  • 18. at-a-glance Friday ‡ Courses marked with a double-plus are offered more than once. See course description for details. Course codes beginning with “3” are included with registration. Courses codes beginning with “F” require an additional fee. Office Mgr. CE Credits Assistant Hygienist Lab Tech Dentist Course Course Name Speaker Time Group Code Friday—Keynote Make Your Move: Creating Success in Under Four Minutes 3190 1 Slowikowski 7:30 – 8:30 am ODA D H A OM LT Friday—Full Day Courses Street Drugs Exposed: What Your Patients and Kids ARE NOT Telling You! 3138 6 Crossley 9 am – 5 pm ODA D H A OM LT Management of Anxious and Special-Needs Patients 3149 6 Levy 9 am – 5 pm ODA D H A OM LT Friday—Morning Courses This Can All Be Easier: A Dozen Projects that Will Make Your Office 3130 3 Ahearn 9 am – 12 pm ODA D H A OM a Fun, Easy and Productive Place to Work! From Start to Finish: Medical and Dental Implant Coding ‡ 3132 3 Bradley 9 am – 12 pm ODEA D H A OM LT Predictable Tissue Regeneration for the Dental Practitioner 3134 3 Callan 9 am – 12 pm ODA D H A OM LT Common Oral Lesions: Differential Diagnosis and Treatment ‡ 3136 3 Cohen Brown 9 am – 12 pm ODA D H A Medical Teams International: At Home and Abroad 3139 3 Erickson; et al 9 am – 12 pm ODA D H A OM LT TMD/Orofacial Pain Diagnosis and Management: Clarifying the Issues 3140 3 Gremillion 9 am – 12 pm ODA D H A Local Anesthesia: 30+ Years of Hits, Misses and Near Misses ‡ 3142 3 Hawkins 9 am – 12 pm ODA D H A OM Achieving Success and Clinical Excellence in Your Dental Hygiene Career 3144 3 Hovliaras 9 am – 12 pm ODHA H Interceptive Orthodontic Treatment: Evidence vs. Opinion in Three Dimensions ‡ 3147 3 Kuperstein 9 am – 12 pm ODA D H A Managing the “Difficult” Periodontal Patient 3150 3 Low 9 am – 12 pm ODA D H A OM The Hottest Topics in Dentistry Today 3151 3 Malcmacher 9 am – 12 pm ODAA D H A OM Communication Solutions: Attitudes, Breakdowns and Conflict Resolutions ‡ 3153 3 Mausolf 9 am – 12 pm ODA D H A OM LT What Every Dental Office Needs to Know About Online Marketing: 3154 3 McNickle 9 am – 12 pm ODEA D H A OM LT Website Optimization, SEO, PPC, Social Media, and More ‡ Inflammation 911: The Body-Mouth Connection! 3156 3 Odiatu 9 am – 12 pm ODA D H A OM LT Inflammatory Remarks: The Role of Oral Inflammation in Oral and Systemic Health 3158 3 Reynolds 9 am – 12 pm ODA D H A OM New Developments in Endodontics 3160 3 Sedgley 9 am – 12 pm OSAE D Current Concepts In Oral Medicine: 2013—Diagnostic Pearls 3161 3 Siegel 9 am – 12 pm ODA D H A CPR for the Health Care Provider ‡ 3162 3.5 Vaughan 9 am – 12:30 pm ODA D H A OM LT Friday—Afternoon Courses High Performance Dentistry: The How, What and Who of Phenomenal Productivity 3131 3 Ahearn 2 – 5 pm ODA D H A OM From Start to Finish: Medical and Dental Implant Coding ‡ 3133 3 Bradley 2 – 5 pm ODEA D H A OM LT Periodontal Considerations for Implant Dentistry 3135 3 Callan 2 – 5 pm ODA D H A OM LT Update on Infection Control for Healthcare Providers 3137 3 Cohen Brown 2 – 5 pm ODA D H A Bruxism and Dentistry’s New Frontier: Sleep Disturbances 3141 3 Gremillion 2 – 5 pm ODA D H A Oral Sedation: Clinical ‘How-To’ Applications, Pharmacology and Controversies ‡ 3143 3 Hawkins 2 – 5 pm ODA D H A OM Achieving Your Ideal Position within the Dental Hygiene Profession 3145 3 Hovliaras 2 – 5 pm ODHA H Medical Emergencies 3146 4 Howerton; Kennedy 1 – 5 pm ODA D H A Interceptive Orthodontic Treatment: Evidence vs. Opinion in Three Dimensions ‡ 3148 3 Kuperstein 2 – 5 pm ODA D H A The Art and Science of Micro-Ultrasonic Instrumentation in Periodontal Therapy: A Workshop F4003 3 Low 2 – 5 pm ODA D H The Top Seven Gamechangers for Every Dental Practice 3152 3 Malcmacher 2 – 5 pm ODAA D H A OM What Every Dental Office Needs to Know About Online Marketing: 3155 3 McNickle 2 – 5 pm ODEA D H A OM LT Website Optimization, SEO, PPC, Social Media, and More ‡ Seven Habits of a Healthy Dental Office 3157 3 Odiatu 2 – 5 pm ODA D H A OM LT The Stress Mess: Systemic and Dental Ramifications of the Stress Response 3159 3 Reynolds 2 – 5 pm ODA D H A OM CPR for the Health Care Provider ‡ 3163 3.5 Vaughan 1:30 – 5 pm ODA D H A OM LT Which NiTi Rotary Instrument System is Best? 3164 3 Whitten 2 – 5 pm OSAE D Empowering Your Practice With Complete Dentures, 3165 3 Williamson 2 – 5 pm ODA D H A OM LT Removable Partial Dentures and Implant Assisted Overdentures16  ▪  General Information April 4–6, 2013  ▪  Oregon Convention Center
  • 19. ‡ Courses marked with a double-plus are offered more than once. See course description for details. Saturday  at-a-glanceCourse codes beginning with “3” are included with registration. Courses codes beginning with “F” require an additional fee. Office Mgr. CE Credits Assistant Hygienist Lab Tech Dentist Course Course Name Speaker Time Group Code Saturday—Full Day Courses OSHA and WISHA Compliance Made Easy 3166 6 Barry 8 am – 4 pm ODA D H A OM LT Caries Management for Children: Be a Knife Doctor AND a Pill Doctor 3167 6 Berg 8 am – 4 pm ODA D H A The Oral-Systemic Connection in Daily Dental Practice: 3179 6 Mealey 8 am – 4 pm OSP D H Your Patients Are Asking About It; What Are You Telling Them? Saturday—Morning Courses Common Oral Lesions: Differential Diagnosis and Treatment ‡ 3168 3 Cohen Brown 8 – 11 am ODA D H A Evidence-Based Clinical Decision-Making in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery: Part 1 3169 3 Dodson 8 – 11 am OSOMS D New Advances in Host Modulation: Maximizing your Periodontal Outcomes 3171 3 Donley 8 – 11 am ODA D H Local Anesthesia: 30+ Years of Hits, Misses and Near Misses ‡ 3174 3 Hawkins 8 – 11 am ODA D H A OM Bringing It All Together ‡ 3176 3 Henderson 8 – 11 am ODEA D OM Forensic Odontology: A Primer 3177 3 Heyamoto 8 – 11 am ODAA D H A Get Fit, Get Smart: Boost Your Dental Brain Power! 3180 3 Odiatu 8 – 11 am ODA D H A OM LT Advanced Anterior Esthetics 3182 3 Poss 8 – 11 am ODA D H A Exploring Sleep Apnea, the Role of the Dental Team 3184 3 Thompson 8 – 11 am ODA D H A OM CPR for the Health Care Provider ‡ 3186 3.5 Vaughan 8 – 11:30 am ODA D H A OM LT How to Wow Now: Jaw-Dropping Service Excellence! 3188 3 Vrla 8 – 11 am ODEA D H A OM LT Saturday—Afternoon Courses Evidence-Based Clinical Decision-Making in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery: Part 2 3170 3 Dodson 1 – 4 pm OSOMS D A Better Debridement Protocol: Maximize the Chance for Resolution 3172 3 Donley 1 – 4 pm ODA D H Mechanical Screening of the Neck, Head, and TMJ Complex to 3173 3 Esser 1 – 4 pm ODA D H A Facilitate Coordination of Multidisciplinary Care Oral Sedation: Clinical ‘How-To’ Applications, Pharmacology and Controversies ‡ 3175 3 Hawkins 1 – 4 pm ODA D H A OM Tanner Appliances: Occlusally Adjusted Nightguards 3178 3 Heyamoto 1 – 4 pm ODAA D H A What’s that on Your Face? The Role of the Dental Team in 3181 2 Petrisor 1 – 3 pm ODA D H A Recognizing and Diagnosing Facial Skin Lesions Advanced Posterior Esthetics 3183 3 Poss 1 – 4 pm ODA D H A Dynamic Oral Care Therapies 3185 3 Thompson 1 – 4 pm ODA D H A OM CPR for the Health Care Provider ‡ 3187 3.5 Vaughan 12:30 – 4 pm ODA D H A OM LT Team Building Best Practices: How to Play Nice in the Sandbox and 3189 3 Vrla 1 – 4 pm ODEA D H A OM LT Fire Up Your Team on All Cylinders! Keep up to date with the latest buzz before the meeting, the latest talk and conference changes during the meeting, and recaps after the meeting by following @ODAPrez. Speaker Biographies If you are tweeting about the start on page 37. conference, be sure to use #ODC2013. Register online at www.oregondental.org.  Early bird pricing through March 1, 2013 General Information  ▪  17
  • 20. Plan your ODC Schedule Use this worksheet to plan out your days at the Oregon Dental Conference®. You can find a comprehensive list of exhibit hall events and affiliate events and luncheons on pages 4–7. Thursday, April 4 Time Course/Speaker Code All full day courses on Thursday run from 9 am – 4:30 pm, with a break for thursday Morning Course 1 lunch. Most morning classes on Thursday run from 9 am – 12 noon, though there are Thursday Morning course 2 a few exceptions (Braatz/Kleinstub and Vaughan). Most afternoon classes on Thursday run from 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm, though Lunch  Shop the Exhibit Hall - open from 12 noon – 6:30 pm there are a few exceptions (Beadnell/ Ueeck and Vaughan). Exhibit Hall open 12 noon – 6:30 pm Thursday Afternoon Course 3:30 – 6:30 pm Grand Opening Reception in the Exhibit Hall 5:30 – 6 pm Drawing to win an iPad Friday, April 5 Time Course/Speaker Code All full day courses on Friday run from 9 am – 5 pm, with a break for lunch. Friday Morning Course Most morning classes on Friday run from 9 am – 12 noon, with one exception (Vaughan). Lunch  the Exhibit Hall - open from 10 am – 6 pm Shop Most afternoon classes on Friday run from 2 pm – 5 pm, though there are a few exceptions (Howerton/Kennedy and Vaughan). Friday Afternoon Course Exhibit Hall open 10 am – 6 pm Blood Drive: 10 am – 3:30 pm 4 – 6 pm New Dentist Reception in the Exhibit Hall (all are welcome) 6 – 10 pm President’s Party (at the DoubleTree Hotel by Hilton Portland) Saturday, April 6 Time Course/Speaker Code All full day courses on Saturday run from 8 am – 4 pm, with a break for Saturday Morning Course lunch. Most morning classes on Saturday run from 8 am - 11 am, with one Lunch  the Exhibit Hall - open from 9:30 am – 1:30 pm Shop exception (Vaughan). Dental Foundation of Oregon drawing for 2013 Toyota Camry Hybrid (approx. 12:45 pm) Most afternoon classes on Saturday run from 1 pm – 4 pm, though there are a few exceptions (Petrisor and Vaughan). Saturday Afternoon Course Exhibit Hall open 9:30 am – 1:30 pm18  ▪  General Information April 4–6, 2013  ▪  Oregon Convention Center
  • 21. Courses by Speaker   thursday, april 4 Medical Emergency Update Lasers in Periodontics and This presentation includes the indications, contraindications, and side effects of the most presented by Steven Beadnell, DMD Restorative Dentistry commonly prescribed medications. Many of these Brett Ueeck, DMD, MD presented by  Robert Convissar, DDS, FAGD medications were not approved when you took your pharmacology course in dental school. These recommended for D H A OM recommended for D medications represent 30% of all prescriptions taken by 1 - 5 pm course code  3101 9 am - 4:30 pm course code  3104 your dental patients and familiarity with these drugs will ODA course ce credits  4 ODA course ce credits  6 provide the dental practitioner with a better appreciation for the health profile of your dental patient. Medical emergencies can, and do, occur in dental sponsored, in part, by  King Dental Company and practices every day. Over the next 15 years, the LuxarCare, LLC At the conclusion of this course, the attendees will segment of the population at highest risk for medical know: Dentists have a variety of wavelengths to choose from emergencies, those 65 and older, will become a larger ƒƒ Medications that could adversely interact with dental when deciding which laser is most appropriate for drugs percentage of our patients. The entire dental team them. Some wavelengths are suited for periodontics— must be prepared to recognize and respond to a variety ƒƒ Why your patient is taking their medications others for prosthetics. Laser use for procedures ƒƒ What oral side effects may be caused by these drugs of medical emergencies that could be precipitated by in fixed, removable and implant prosthetics will be the stress of the dental environment. This course will ƒƒ Maximum doses for commonly prescribed pain highlighted. Since the basis of a successful prosthetic medications discuss the diagnosis, prevention, and management reconstruction is a healthy periodontium, lasers for of common medical emergencies that might occur in ƒƒ When not to prescribe NSAIDs non-surgical, surgical, and regenerative periodontics will ƒƒ How to combine analgesics to maximize their effects dental offices. This four-hour course is appropriate be discussed. for the entire dental team and meets the medical ƒƒ Indications and contraindications for opiate analgesics emergency education requirement of the Oregon Board Specific procedures to be discussed: ƒƒ Current recommendations for SBE and orthopedic of Dentistry for license renewal and anesthesia permits. ƒƒ Crown lengthening prosthesis prophylaxis ƒƒ Gingival troughing At the conclusion of this course, attendees will: ƒƒ Cosmetic recontouring of gingiva for laminate ƒƒ Be able to identify those at increased risk for specific medical emergencies placement Obstructive Sleep Apnea ƒƒ Treatment of altered passive eruption A Whirlwind Tour ƒƒ Be able to diagnose the common medical emergencies based on the signs and symptoms demonstrated by ƒƒ Peri-implant tissue modification/treatment of peri-implantitis presented by  B. Gail Demko, DMD a patient ƒƒ Develop a rational approach to the management of ƒƒ Torus/tuberosity reduction (hard and soft tissue) recommended for D H A medical emergencies in general as well as the specific ƒƒ Removal of epulis protocols for managing each medical emergency ƒƒ Treatment of chronic denture stomatitis 9 am - 12 pm course code  3106 discussed ƒƒ Residual ridge surgery/vestibuloplasty ODA course ce credits  3 ƒƒ Be able to identify modifiable risk factors for medical ƒƒ Ovate pontic site formation emergencies and understand methods to prevent their This course will address the physiology of obstructive occurrence in the dental environment ƒƒ Long term management of the perio-prosthetic patient sleep apnea (OSA) and medical problems related to ƒƒ Hard tissue lasers—ready to replace the turbine untreated OSA; common terminology will be defined. handpiece? Diagnosis by a qualified physician will be stressed. ƒƒ Frenectomy Record Keeping from the ƒƒ Gingivectomy Discussion of the most common treatment options: PAP, oral devices and surgery will be touched on briefly. Board’s Perspective ƒƒ Periodontal regeneration surgery/non membrane laser Screening patients during a routine dental appointment guided tissue regeneration presented by Patrick Braatz will be added as part of the routine patient evaluation. Paul Kleinstub, DDS At the conclusion of this course, attendees will: Evidence based medicine will be stressed as a basic ƒƒ Be familiar with the use of lasers for specific requirement for treating OSA. recommended for D H A OM procedures found in a periodontal and prosthetics-driven practice At the conclusion of this lecture, attendees will have an 9 - 10:30 am course code  3102 understanding of: ƒƒ Be able to incorporate this knowledge into a basis ODA course ce credits  1.5 for determining which laser wavelength is most ƒƒ The vocabulary required when dealing with the appropriate for their practice medical team This course will review the Oregon Board of Dentistry’s ƒƒ Be able to incorporate hard and soft tissue laser ƒƒ The basic physiology of OSA requirements for adequate record keeping. Presenters dentistry into their practices first thing tomorrow ƒƒ How to add a few simple questions to the office will review common mistakes that the board observes morning medical questionnaire to screen for patients with OSA as it reviews patient records during investigations. ƒƒ The need for an understanding of the literature in a Attendees will receive a firsthand look at how to avoid nascent field these mistakes. Medical and Dental ƒƒ A basic view of how dentists can play an important role in the treatment of a medical disease Implications of the Most Ask the Board Prescribed Medications presented by Patrick Braatz presented by  Harold Crossley, DDS, MS, PhD Paul Kleinstub, DDS recommended for D H A OM recommended for D H A Register now! 9 am - 4:30 pm course code  3105 11 am - 12 pm course code  3103 ODA course ce credits  6 ODA course ce credits  1** Many physician-prescribed medications used by In this course the Oregon Board of Dentistry (OBD) staff and board members will answer common questions your patients have dental implications and side effects affecting your treatment plan. Many of these Register online at that the OBD gets on a daily basis. Attendees will have an opportunity to interact with the OBD staff and board medications are the drugs of choice of “doctor shoppers.” And one of these medications is the most www.oregondental.org members about issues regarding the OBD. This will include policies, procedures, rules and Oregon law prescribed medication abused by adolescents. Some medications are more likely to cause violent behavior or use the registration concerning the practice of dentistry and dental hygiene. and others can cause a “burning mouth syndrome.” How can you combine two over the counter medications form on page 45. ** his course appears to meet the Oregon Board of Dentistry’s T requirements for CE related to practice management and patient to control post-operative pain? And lastly, who sets the relations. standard for healthy blood pressure, pap smears, and cholesterol?“Recommended for” key:  D Dentists  H  Hygienists  A  Assistants  OM  Office Managers  LT  Laboratory Technicians Thursday Courses    19
  • 22. Thursday, April 4  Courses by speaker  Oral Appliance Therapy for OSA ODEA Course Emerging Concepts in Exam, Device Choice and Side-Effects How to Go from Underdog Periodontitis and Overall Health presented by B. Gail Demko, DMD Separating Fact from Fiction to Top Dog without Barking recommended for D H A presented by Dianne Glasscoe Watterson, Up the Wrong Tree RDH, BS, MBA 1:30 - 4:30 pm course code  3107 Unleash Your Potential and Create ODA course ce credits  3 recommended for D H A Success for You and Your Practice This course will explain how a thorough head and neck 9 am - 4:30 pm course code  3111 presented by Carol Gardner exam will help the practitioner choose one of the more ODA course ce credits  6 than 80 devices accepted by the FDA device, which recommended for D H A OM LT For many years, medical and dental clinicians have would be expected to be optimal for that patient and 1:30 - 4:30 pm course code  3109 treated the oral cavity as if it is a separate entity how a strong baseline evaluation helps the dentist identify side-effects early in treatment. Basic fabrication ODEA course ce credits  3* from the rest of the body. However, oral health is part of systemic health and should not be partitioned. hints and how to properly create a bite registration Life is tough, but you’re tougher. When you are feeling Inflammation and infections in the oral cavity are not for the laboratory will be presented. A vast array of like the rug has been pulled out from under you, you’d confined to the mouth and can affect other areas of the side-effects will be discussed and how to avoid or treat be surprised how strong you can be. Be smart! Learn human body. A growing body of evidence points to a patient complaints. Participants will be encouraged to Zelda’s problem solving solutions—proven to ensure wide array of systemic disturbances that are associated bring questions about cases they have done. a successful business and increased satisfaction, both with periodontitis. Some associations are controversial. personally and professionally. At the conclusion of this lecture, attendees will have: How strong is the evidence? What can we believe? ƒƒ A working knowledge of how oral devices presently on During this course, attendees will learn: This course examines the evidence associated with the the market differ in design and ease of adjustment ƒƒ Tough times never last…tough people do: Learn effects of periodontitis on non-oral distant sites and ƒƒ An understanding of how device design can play a role how to survive the tough times and to discover disease processes. We also examine various systemic in formation of side-effects and patient compliance opportunities that will improve your personal and diseases and medications that have a direct impact on ƒƒ The ability to make a proper bite registration for a professional lives oral health. patient who has opted for oral device therapy ƒƒ Get all your ducks in a row: Create ways to take stock ƒƒ An awareness of the most common side-effects and find a solution for your problems During this course, attendees will: reported by patients and how to deal with them ƒƒ Why BEE normal? Discover when and if the time is ƒƒ Increase knowledge about many systemic diseases right to move in a new direction that have oral implications ƒƒ Leap and a net will appear: Develop methods that will ƒƒ Learn the latest information about the association of Critical Assessment of Dental turn your passions into profits ƒƒ They sent me—the other angels were busy: See how periodontal disease and non-oral disease ƒƒ Increase awareness of the importance of a thorough Composites, Adhesives and giving back can add success to your life and your intraoral/extraoral examination Light Curing Technology dental office ƒƒ When making choices in life, do not neglect to live: ƒƒ Study various medications and their effects on oral tissues presented by  Jack Ferracane, PhD Find ways to work less and profit more ƒƒ Understand the role of diet in the disease process ƒƒ Grab life by the throttle and don’t look back. Learn recommended for D H A how to move forward into Top Dog status with Zelda’s 9 am - 12 pm course code  3108 Secrets for Survival and Success ODEA Course ODA course ce credits  3 * his course DOES NOT appear to meet the Oregon Board of T Dentistry’s CE requirements. Bringing It All Together New restorative products are being introduced at an presented by  Larry Henderson, CPA alarming rate, making it very difficult for the practitioner to stay abreast of the current state-of-the-art. The goal What the Mouth Knows recommended for D OM of this course is to provide the dental care provider 9 am - 12 pm course code  3112 with a review and critical assessment of the current Dental Detectives state of dental composites, dentin bonding agents and presented by  Stacy Geisler, DDS, PhD ODEA course ce credits  3** light curing for use in esthetic restorative dentistry. The Jeffery Stewart, DDS, MS note  Course is also offered on Saturday. half-day course will cover the most recent advances recommended for D H A At the conclusion of this course, attendees will be able in: dentin bonding agents, including single and to understand basic tax, retirement, and accounting multi-component systems, and universal adhesives; 9 am - 12 pm course code  3110 techniques to “bring it all together” and take control of and dental composites for direct filling, including ODA course ce credits  3 the practice’s financial performance. Although mainly a discussion of nanofills, microfills, microhybrids, for existing dental practices, it will also benefit dentists and nanohybrids, as well as self adhesive materials. Oral health care providers perform physical exams and planning to open their own practice in the future. Throughout the session, the relationship between the make diagnoses every day, but are you really seeing properties and characteristics of the materials will be what is there? Systemic diseases often manifest During this course, attendees will learn: related to their clinical efficacy. The program will also inside the mouth and important diagnostic clues are ƒƒ The importance of daily accounting to generate timely present an assessment and comparison of tungsten available for those who can spot them. This fast paced and relevant financial information and understanding halogen and LED curing units. course will focus on both autoimmune and acquired and analyzing these financial statements to identify systemic diseases with initial presentation within the potential problems early on At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be mouth. Clinical cases will be presented with a review ƒƒ Using data to properly forecast monthly projections able to: and cash flow of both medical and dental implications. Surgical, ƒƒ Compare the composition, application and ƒƒ Identifying collection trends; variable, semi-variable, medical and dental management of both pediatric and and fixed expenses; as well as likely revenue expectations for different adhesive systems adult cases will be discussed with a special emphasis ƒƒ Identify different composites by composition, ƒƒ The intricacies and importance of bank financing properties, and performance on coordination of care between dental and medical ƒƒ Working with and determining reasonable monthly ƒƒ Describe clinical parameters for optimal light curing teams. Review of differential diagnoses with review of budgets histopathology will be accomplished. ƒƒ How to instruct hired professionals (including your ƒƒ Explain the indications and contraindications of specific materials based on their composition and CPA) physical properties ƒƒ Understanding and reaching your goals for your personal life in order to be happy and fulfilled ** his course appears to meet the Oregon Board of Dentistry’s T requirements for CE related to practice management and patient relations.20    Thursday Courses note on ce credits  The number of continuing education credits for each course is equal to the number of hours for that course. No partial credit will be awarded.
  • 23. Courses by Speaker   thursday, april 4 Don’t Let Your Provisionals The presentation will include how to better utilize dental equipment to support a balanced operating team and The “New” Periodontal Disease Look Temporary how this can enhance efficiency and help to eliminate Inflammatory and Risky presented by  Niki Henson, RDA, AS stress. presented by  Sam Low, DDS, MS, MEd recommended for A LT The presenters will also provide stretching and recommended for D H A OM conditioning recommendations. An operatory of dental 9 am - 12 pm course code  3113 1:30 - 4:30 pm course code  3117 equipment will be available for “live” demonstrations and ODA course ce credits  3 instruction for the attendees. ODA course ce credits  3 Learn the purpose of provisional restorations, including At the conclusion of the course the attendees will be Periodontitis has entered into a new frontier as tissue conditioning, space retention, and esthetics. able to: not only a major chronic infection but a disease of In addition, learn types of materials available, a ƒƒ Define the meaning of the term “ergonomics” and its inflammation. Recent studies demonstrate that the step-by-step guide to fabricating, adjusting, seating, relationship to dentistry incidence of periodontitis has been underestimated by troubleshooting, and tips to make great provisional ƒƒ Explain the basic principles of ergonomics 50%. Determining who is at risk and the corresponding restorations. ƒƒ Describe what risk factor controls can be implemented therapy/management is a significant component of to decrease the chance for injury effective treatment. Studies demonstrate the ‘perio- During this course, attendees will learn: systemic link’ and patients are asking about the ƒƒ Describe the responsibilities of an employer/employee ƒƒ The steps to create a functional provisional restoration regarding ergonomic standards relationship! Move to a new level of understanding of ƒƒ The purposes of provisional restorations, including ƒƒ Help improve the health of a dental professional chronic inflammation and develop successful outcomes. tissue conditioning, space retention, and esthetics ƒƒ The types of materials available to fabricate esthetic * his course DOES NOT appear to meet the Oregon Board of T At the conclusion of this course, attendees will be able to: Dentistry’s CE requirements. provisional restorations ƒƒ Manage inflammation as a systemic and local immune response INventory ODAA Course ƒƒ Determine the role of traditional and non-traditional therapies in controlling periodontitis Controlling Assets and Efficiencies Bloodborne Pathogens ƒƒ Utilize risk assessment to determine susceptibility ƒƒ Incorporate the paradigm: periodontal medicine into presented by Niki Henson, RDA, AS An OSHA Update the practice presented by Ginny Jorgensen, CDA, ƒƒ Consider genetics, diet (probiotics/nutraceuticals), and recommended for D H A OM stress as variables in controlling disease EFDA, EFODA, AAS 1:30 - 4:30 pm course code  3114 ƒƒ Treat periodontits as a major chronic inflammatory recommended for D H A OM LT disease systemic disease ODA course ce credits  3** 1:30 - 4:30 pm course code  3116 What comes IN is not only important, it is the pulse of a company. A consultant or financial advisor looks at ODAA course ce credits  3 Dentistry Is About Relationships the amount of inventory purchased and used as one of This seminar will include all of the subjects required High Performing Patient the keys to unlocking the financial status of a dental to be an accepted annual OSHA training for all Dental practice. If you have hundreds of dollars of inventory Health Care Professionals. OSHA background and the Team Relationships sitting on the shelf, but are not using it, then your dental development of the Bloodborne Standards, Hazard presented by  Judy Kay Mausolf office has money sitting there that could be used to Communication, and Universal/Standard Precautions market and attract new patients. If your dental supplies recommended for D H A OM LT will be presented along with a review of the most critical are poorly organized, you may not be able to find an pathogens facing the public and dental professionals in 9 am - 12 pm course code  3118 item you need. This can cause you to have reduced 2013. In addition, the 2003 CDC Recommendations for ODA course ce credits  3** efficiency in your daily schedule. dental office infection control will be reviewed. These include: personnel health elements, hand hygiene, Building sincere, strong, sustaining relationships results During this course, attendees will learn: in business success. Success is measured by treatment ƒƒ How to discover areas in your own dental office where personal protective equipment, latex hypersensitivity/ contact dermatitis, sterilization and disinfection, acceptance, healthy bottom line, positive can-do you can prevent inventory shortages, reduce inventory waste, and keep excessive inventory off the shelves environmental infection control, dental unit waterlines attitudes, open communication, accountability, doctor/ ƒƒ How to develop a beneficial relationship with a dental and the development of a program evaluation system. team/patient goodwill and respect, and most of all, an sales representative environment you enjoy working in—with a feeling at the ƒƒ How to incorporate an Excel spreadsheet template Prior knowledge of bloodborne pathogens and end of each day of a job well done! into your practice to control and organize your dental dental office infection control procedures is highly supply inventory recommended as this course is meant as a review and Judy Kay shares her R.I.S.E. Philosophy. It’s a concept not an introduction to the subjects listed above. for best practices to help the entire team think ** his course appears to meet the Oregon Board of Dentistry’s T differently, act differently, communicate effectively, requirements for CE related to practice management and patient At the conclusion of the course the attendees will be relations. make healthy decisions and create an environment they able to: look forward to coming to work to every day…which ƒƒ Explain the purpose of OSHA results in happy, healthy and high performing doctor/ ODAA Course ƒƒ Explain the difference between OSHA regulations and CDC Guidelines team/patients relationships that ultimately grow the business. Essential Ergonomics for ƒƒ Define a variety of diseases and how they may be transmitted in the dental office setting Course Objectives: Dental Professionals ƒƒ Describe cross contamination and the best methods ƒƒ Strong and united ƒƒ Implement and sustain for prevention leadership team change presented by  Ginny Jorgensen, CDA, EFDA, ƒƒ Explain the purpose of PPE and their proper use ƒƒ Doctor/team/patient ƒƒ Priority hierarchy EFODA, AAS goodwill, trust and ƒƒ Patient-focused versus ƒƒ Describe approved methods for instrument processing Phil Smith and disinfection in the dental office setting respect task-focused ƒƒ Decision strategy ƒƒ Sensory marketing recommended for D H A OM LT ƒƒ Demonstrate knowledge by implementing OSHA required infection control and safety techniques in ƒƒ The right team ƒƒ Boost treatment 9 am - 12 pm course code  3115 their dental office that will maintain federal and state ƒƒ R.I.S.E. Philosophy acceptance ODAA course ce credits  3* compliance ** his course appears to meet the Oregon Board of Dentistry’s T requirements for CE related to practice management and patient This course will take an in-depth look at why the relations. practice of dentistry can be so physically demanding on dental professionals. Instructions will be presented on how to work in more ergonomically balanced positions for the entire dental team.“Recommended for” key:  D Dentists  H  Hygienists  A  Assistants  OM  Office Managers  LT  Laboratory Technicians Thursday Courses    21
  • 24. Thursday, April 4  Courses by speaker  Communication Solutions Allergy Nation The Dynamic Duo Attitudes, Breakdowns and Asthma to Zyban High Blood (Hypertension) and Conflict Resolutions presented by  Betsy Reynolds, RDH, MS Sweet Blood (Diabetes) presented by Judy Kay Mausolf recommended for D H A OM presented by  Michael Siegel, DDS, recommended for D H A OM LT 1:30 - 4:30 pm course code  3121 MS, FDS RCSEd 1:30 - 4:30 pm course code  3119 ODA course ce credits  3 recommended for D H A ODA course ce credits  3** Allergies and asthma are affecting Americans of all ages 9 am - 12 pm course code  3123 note  Course is also offered on Friday. at alarming rates. Food allergies—especially gluten and ODA course ce credits  3 peanut sensitivity—impact thousands of individuals on Discover how to elevate your communication to a level Every practicing member of the dental healthcare team a daily basis. Latex sensitivities in the practice setting that inspires positive attitudes, prevents breakdowns, routinely manages patients with hypertension and/or have plagued clinicians and patients for decades. and resolves conflict, to take your relationships diabetes. Ninety percent of Americans who live to their Asthma rates have exploded in our society during the from good to great every time! Learn the skills to life expectancy will develop hypertension, while another last few years. Countless prescription and over-the- communicate positively and effectively with different 24 million have active diabetes. Diabetes is the leading counter remedies for allergy and asthma control have personalities, resulting in an environment where cause of dialysis for end stage renal disease, blindness intra-oral and systemic sequelae. This course will everyone focuses on the positive (what is right) instead and non-traumatic leg amputation in the United States. provide an eye-opening look at how allergies and of the negative (what is wrong). Inspire a culture Current information on hypertension guidelines and the asthma impact oral health care delivery. Come prepared of appreciation and acknowledgment. Judy Kay, medications used to manage the hypertensive patient to be amazed in a relaxed forum designed to encourage communications expert, will share how you can elevate will be presented along with current information and audience participation and fun-filled learning. the level of communication in your life! medications used to treat type 1 and type 2 diabetics. At the conclusion of this course, attendees will be able to: The actions of these medications and their oral side Course objectives: ƒƒ Recognize the signs and symptoms associated with an effects will be specifically addressed. Management ƒƒ Broaden mindsets ƒƒ Positive energy and allergic reaction attitudes of medical emergencies will also be discussed. The ƒƒ Resolve ƒƒ Analyze oral hygiene products for allergen content format of this presentation will encourage audience misunderstandings ƒƒ Inspire a culture of appreciation ƒƒ Understand the impact of allergy and asthma participation. ƒƒ Eliminate tension medications on the oral cavity gossip acknowledgement At the completion of this course, attendees will be able to: ƒƒ Communicate with ƒƒ Comprehend the impact of environmental factors on ƒƒ Prevent breakdown ƒƒ Obtain a pertinent diabetic history from the patient different personalities allergy and asthma development ƒƒ Learn conflict resolution ƒƒ Command a greater understanding of current ƒƒ Effective huddles and hypertension guidelines (JNC-7) and the ƒƒ Elevate trust and team meetings respect ƒƒ Happy, healthy and ODEA Course pathophysiology of this silent killer ƒƒ Recognize commonly occurring antihypertensive and balanced environment ** his course appears to meet the Oregon Board of Dentistry’s T Improvisational diabetic medications, their actions as well as adverse intraoral reactions to these frequently prescribed requirements for CE related to practice management and patient Customer Service medications relations. ƒƒ Understand the different types of insulin and their If You’re Having Fun, Your dental management implications Patients Will Have Fun ƒƒ Manage medical emergencies The Additive Effects of Additives presented by  Terry Sand Understanding the Impact of recommended for D H A OM LT Dietary and Product Enhancers Dermatology 9 am - 12 pm course code  3122 In My Mouth? on Oral and Systemic Health ODEA course ce credits  3** presented by Michael Siegel, DDS, presented by  Betsy Reynolds, RDH, MS Humor is instinctual and extremely important to work life MS, FDS RCSEd recommended for D H A OM balance. The challenge is to find the funny in the face recommended for D H A of endless demands, handling different personalities 9 am - 12 pm course code  3120 and work responsibilities. This workshop will ignite the 1:30 - 4:30 pm course code  3124 ODA course ce credits  3 spirit of adult playfulness through a series of interactive ODA course ce credits  3 As the American population continues to rely on fast experiences and demonstrations strengthening participants’ sense of humor while learning new Dentists are often challenged to diagnose and manage food as dietary staples and to look for ‘energy’ in mass strategies to improve customer service and work place mucosal lesions which may represent oral components marketed beverages, the dental professional must keep satisfaction. Terry Sand draws upon her decades as an of cutaneous disease. Disorders such as lichen planus, abreast of the multitude of food products containing improv comedy teacher and performer, entertaining as aphthous ulceration and viral lesions frequently have additives that may impact oral and systemic health. she trains. associated cutaneous manifestations. This presentation The implications of dietary trans fats and high fructose will cover common benign and malignant conditions corn syrup on oral health and overall well being will At the conclusion of this course, attendees will be able to: of the sun-exposed skin and their oral counterparts. be explored. Information concerning additives found ƒƒ Implement the “yes/and” adjustment strategy (how to The format of this presentation is case-based and will in oral health care and cosmetic products will also be allow yourself to be professionally light hearted) encourage audience participation. included. Come prepared to learn what’s been ‘added’ ƒƒ Engage others through humor and playfulness to food, beverage and personal hygiene products ƒƒ Balance stress to provide excellent customer service At the completion of this course, attendees will be able to: in a fun, relaxed environment designed to enlighten through contagious, healthful and heartfelt laughter ƒƒ Obtain a pertinent dermatology history audience members and enhance their ability to deliver ** his course appears to meet the Oregon Board of Dentistry’s T ƒƒ Perform physical diagnosis to include facial and skin comprehensive oral hygiene care. requirements for CE related to practice management and patient lesions relations. ƒƒ Understand the principles of cutaneous examination At the conclusion of this course, attendees will be able to: ƒƒ Recognize common cutaneous lesions ƒƒ Understand how additives are classified ƒƒ Recognize cutaneous disorders with oral ƒƒ Recognize common additives in food and cosmetic manifestations products ƒƒ Manage oral manifestations of cutaneous disease ƒƒ Evaluate trans fat information on food labels ƒƒ Summarize the effects of high fructose corn syrup additives on systemic health ƒƒ Recommend oral health care products that are safe and effective for patient use22    Thursday Courses note on ce credits  The number of continuing education credits for each course is equal to the number of hours for that course. No partial credit will be awarded.
  • 25. Courses by Speaker   thursday, april 4 Modern Endodontics CPR for the Health Care Provider Treatment Planning From Theory to Practice presented by  Mary Ann Vaughan, RN, CEN, BSN and Reconstruction presented by  Martin Trope, DMD recommended for D H A OM LT From Endodontics to Full Arch Implant recommended for D 9 am - 12:30 pm (repeats) course code  3126 Fixed Prostheses Utilizing a Graftless 9 am - 12 pm course code  3125 1:30 - 5 pm course code  3127 Approach and Computer Guided Surgery ODA course ce credits  3 ODA course ce credits  3.5 presented by Richard Williamson, sponsored, in part, by Brasseler USA course limit  50 participants DDS, MS, FACP Root canal therapy requires a high level of technical note  Course is also offered on Friday and Saturday. recommended for D H A OM LT skill. However without a clear understanding of the note  Free with ODC registration, but attendees MUST 9 am - 4:30 pm course code  3129 biological requirements for successful treatment preregister for this course. ODA course ce credits  6 these skills may be “wasted” on techniques that are This is an American Heart Association class unnecessarily difficult. A correct diagnosis and the emphasizing the CABs of resuscitation, including Prior to tooth extraction, the clinical parameters and blending of new materials and techniques in order to rescue breathing, use of bag-valve mask, AED, CPR risk factors germane to endodontics, the restoration achieve an environment that will ensure a healthy apical and foreign body airway removal for all age groups. The of endodontically treated teeth and implant prostheses periodontium will result in an extremely high probability workshop will include written and skills evaluations. should be considered in detail. of success. This lecture will cover simple safe and Re-certification is for two years. This lecture will include a discussion of the factors to scientifically proven techniques for treatment that Please Note: The American Heart Association requires be considered when selecting endodontics and the ensure an extremely high success rate. that each attendee who registers to attend this course, restoration of the natural tooth as compared to implant During this course, attendees will learn: purchase and bring the following CPR book to class: prostheses and implant site selection. ƒƒ The biologic requirements for endodontic success 90-1038 BLS for Healthcare Providers Student Manual A graftless approach to implant placement for the ƒƒ To differentiate between a vital and non-vital tooth in available from the following dealers: www.laerdal.com, terms of meeting these requirements osseous deficient patient will be reviewed. Also, the use www.channing-bete.com and www.eworldpoint.com. of cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) in selecting ƒƒ What extent the newest technologies in endodontics assist in attaining these biologic goals implant sites for both the partially and completely edentulous patient will be presented. Risk Management The presented Treatment Planning Guidelines for Update in Modern Endodontics presented by  Christopher Verbiest implant-retained/borne prostheses will give the Workshop doctor/technologist confidence to incorporate implants recommended for D H A OM into their armamentarium. The clinical knowledge presented by  Martin Trope, DMD 1:30 - 4:30 pm attained by the technologist will facilitate greater and course code  3128 (as part of odc registration) more effective communication. recommended for D course code F4002 (as a stand-alone course) 1:30 - 4:30 pm course code F4001 At the conclusion of this course, attendees will be able to: ODA course ce credits  3** ƒƒ Discuss the differences between success, survival and ODA course ce credits  3 sponsored, in part, by DBIC failure for both the restored implant and endodontically course limit  40 participants treated tooth additional fee $100 This course, updated for the 2011–2013 reporting ƒƒ Discuss clinical factors affecting the decision process period, will cover traditional risk management ƒƒ Methodically evaluate individual patient data to aid in note  Participants must also be registered categories, an Oregon Board of Dentistry update, selection of the most appropriate care for the ODC to attend. documentation, and ethics, as well as other important ƒƒ Diagnose treatment needs and plan implant materials /equipment provided by Brasseler USA topics. prostheses for the completely and partially edentulous Endodontic diagnostics, instruments and techniques patient Three hours of approved risk management education have undergone revolutionary changes in the last few ƒƒ Understand the value and indications for CBCT are required for continued membership in the Oregon technology for implant treatment planning and years. If the endodontic techniques you currently use Dental Association. DBIC courses are recommended. computer guided surgery in practice were acquired more than 5 years ago, Contact your malpractice carrier for dividend that technique is now outmoded and obsolete. It is requirements. This course fulfills the requirements for now scientifically proven that Nickel Titanium files, if the current three-year ODA risk management reporting used correctly, are safe and offer a better outcome for period (January 1, 2011 – December 31, 2013). treatment. In addition, new filling materials allow bonding in the root canal with reduced leakage as a result. ** his course appears to meet the Oregon Board of Dentistry’s T requirements for CE related to practice management and patient This hands-on course will provide an opportunity relations. to update and familiarize you with these up-to-date changes. Upon completing the course, you will be prepared to perform endodontic procedures in a more straightforward and predictably safe and successful manner. Topics of discussion will include: ƒƒ Advances in endodontic diagnosis ƒƒ Nickel Titanium (NiTi) rotary instruments and irrigation Course Handouts protocols used in a simple sequence that results in clean canals free of cultivable microbes Handouts will not be printed for distribution on-site. ƒƒ Bonded filling techniques ƒƒ Information on which teeth to refer and which to Course handouts will be available online at www.oregondental.org confidently and successfully treat two weeks prior to the conference. During this course, attendees will learn: If you wish to have ODC handouts available for reference during courses, ƒƒ To apply new principles of canal instrumentation and filling to appropriate cases please be sure to download them in advance. ƒƒ How to select appropriate instruments to suit individual needs ƒƒ How to perform endodontic procedures in a successful and cost effective manner“Recommended for” key:  D Dentists  H  Hygienists  A  Assistants  OM  Office Managers  LT  Laboratory Technicians Thursday Courses    23
  • 26. Friday, April 5  Courses by speaker  OSAE Lunch Course Schedule  This Can All Be Easier A Dozen Projects that Will Make Your Office a Fun, Easy and Oregon State Association of Endodontists (OSAE) Productive Place to Work! presented by  David Ahearn, DDS friday, April 5 recommended for D H A OM 7:30 – 8:30 am ODC General Session: Eddie Slowikowski, Make Your Move 9 am - 12 pm course code  3130 ODA course ce credits  3** 9 am – 12 noon Christine Sedgley, MDS, MDSc, FRACDS, MRACDS(ENDO), PhD As dental practices become more and more New Developments in Endodontics sophisticated, the work of clinical staff has become an extremely challenging, seemingly impossible, endeavor. 10 am – 6 pm Exhibit Hall Open Dr. Ahearn shows you how to reduce clutter, decrease inventory, improve on-time performance, speed room 12 noon – 1:30 pm Oregon State Association of Endodontists Luncheon turnaround, simplify infection control, increase office profitability and more! Enjoy a healthy, less stressful 2 – 5 pm Brian Whitten, DDS  Which NiTi Rotary Instrument System is Best? workplace and grow your practice. 4 – 6 pm New Dentist Reception in Exhibit Hall During this course, attendees will learn to: ƒƒ Never run out of chairside supplies OSAE members are welcome to attend the OSAE luncheon at the Oregon Convention Center. For ƒƒ Perform effectively in two and four hand mode more information and to RSVP, please contact Dr. Ken Wiltbank at kenwiltbank@gmail.com or ƒƒ Create the simplest and most effective sterilization system 503.861.2602. ƒƒ Have predictable on time performance every day ƒƒ Make your treatment rooms inviting to patients and OSAE members do not need to be registered for the ODC in order to attend the luncheon, highly productive but do need to be registered to attend the OSAE-sponsored courses. The course will give you tools for a better future, while entertaining you regarding present day problems. OSAE Morning Course OSAE afternoon Course ** his course appears to meet the Oregon Board of Dentistry’s T New Developments in Endodontics Which NiTi Rotary requirements for CE related to practice management and patient relations. presented by  Christine Sedgley, MDS, MDSc, Instrument System is Best? FRACDS, MRACDS(ENDO), PhD presented by  Brian Whitten, DDS High Performance Dentistry recommended for D recommended for D The How, What and Who of 9 am - 12 pm course code  3160 2 - 5 pm course code  3164 Phenomenal Productivity OSAE course ce credits  3 OSAE course ce credits  3 presented by  David Ahearn, DDS The first half of this course will provide an update on clinical Nickel Titanium rotary instrumentation has recommended for D H A OM approaches for the eradication of biofilms in root canals. become a mainstay of modern endodontic practice. This course will examine the evolution 2 - 5 pm course code  3131 There has been a shift toward describing endodontic infections in terms of biofilm communities. This is important of these instruments, the current diversity ODA course ce credits  3** since microorganisms in biofilms can display increased of systems available and the experimental methods used to test their properties. A high performance practice is a critical combination resistance to antimicrobials. This presentation will describe of technology, technique, systems and people. Your fundamentals of biofilm communities in the infected root Comparative reports in the literature will be reviewed and technique factors that influence practice potential will expand far beyond what you may canal and discuss the effectiveness of current clinical have imagined once production effort is minimized. practices and new devices for eradicating biofilms in root file performance will be discussed. canals. At the conclusion of this course, attendees will During this course, the following topics will be covered: be able to: ƒƒ You’re an athlete—really! Act like one The second half of the course will address: Regenerative ƒƒ Discuss testing methods used to examine ƒƒ Dental ergonomics: opportunities for every employee Endodontics—What does it mean and how far have we shaping ability and fracture resistance of NiTi ƒƒ Hygiene: What’s unique and how to protect yourself come? rotary files ƒƒ Ergonomics and productivity: Allies, not enemies The clinical management of a tooth with incomplete ƒƒ Describe the conditions and mechanisms ƒƒ Can you purchase your way to productivity? root maturation and a necrotic pulp is an endodontic involved in instrument failure ƒƒ Do you really expect me to sit with perfect posture and a restorative challenge. Regenerative endodontic ƒƒ Discuss industry efforts to improve file all day? procedures aim to restore the vitality and functions of the performance and reduce fracture potential ƒƒ Solutions for posturally compromised patients dentin-pulp complex. This presentation will describe the ƒƒ Discuss technique factors that contribute to ƒƒ Systems for peak productivity safe and effective use of these file systems basic concepts, current status, and future prospects of ƒƒ Your team and your success regenerative endodontic procedures. ** his course appears to meet the Oregon Board of Dentistry’s T At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to: requirements for CE related to practice management and patient relations. ƒƒ Describe basic concepts of biofilms ƒƒ Interpret current best evidence for the presence and role of biofilms in endodontic infections ƒƒ Discuss clinical strategies that target endodontic biofilms ƒƒ Describe the basic steps in tissue engineering and how they can apply to regenerating the pulp-dentin complex ƒƒ Understand the basic clinical concepts of regenerative endodontic procedures ƒƒ Describe the desired outcome of regenerative endodontic procedures24    Friday Courses note on ce credits  The number of continuing education credits for each course is equal to the number of hours for that course. No partial credit will be awarded.
  • 27. Courses by Speaker   Friday, april 5 ODEA Course Should the material be an autograft, an allograft, a xenograft, alloplast, or a J-Block? Should the The purpose of this presentation is to select a dental implant and to provide evidence-based information From Start to Finish material be mineralized or demineralized? Should a membrane be utilized? What determines the success to evaluate the relationship of periodontal diseases, peri-implantis and systemic diseases. Second, to Medical and Dental Implant Coding of the procedure? Will the result support all prosthetic understand the mechanism by which periodontal presented by  Terri Bradley replacements? These questions and others regarding infections contribute to the destruction of periodontal restoration and ridge preservation of the upper and tissues and its accompanying destruction of tissues to recommended for D H A OM LT lower arches as well as specific techniques will be vital organs. 9 am - 12 pm (repeats) course code  3132 addressed in this presentation. During this course, attendees will learn: 2 - 5 pm course code  3133 The purpose of this presentation is to provide evidence- ƒƒ Identify periodontal problems with dental implants ODEA course ce credits  3** based information to evaluate grafting materials for ƒƒ Correct and prevent periodontal problems associated periodontal, restorative, and implant dentistry based with dental implants Determining which implant procedures are covered upon clinical, esthetic, functional, and histological ƒƒ Compare periodontitis and peri-implantitis (Is there a and when they’re covered can be confusing. This results in humans. connection and treatment?) course helps to demystify medical and dental coding ƒƒ To identify systemic links of periodontal disease of implants. We will cover not only how to correctly During this course, attendees will learn to: ƒƒ To understand the pathways of periodontal bacterial bill implants and their related procedures, but how to ƒƒ Understand the differences of various grafting transfer successfully coordinate benefits between medical and materials ƒƒ To identify systemic conditions that may be subject to dental, how to determine where to bill and how to avoid ƒƒ Identify the need for tissue regeneration periodontal pathogens the common pitfalls of coding and billing. Using the ƒƒ Understand if tissue regeneration or grafting is needed ƒƒ To determine the time and sequence for treatment CMS 1500 form and real life scenarios, this course will ƒƒ Select the proper materials based upon the objective ƒƒ To properly inform the patient of the potential systemic help you gain the confidence to successfully code and ƒƒ Determine the time and sequence for ridge risk of periodontal disease and systemic concerns bill for implant procedures. preservation ƒƒ Review the procedure for the various procedures As dental carriers are forcing more claims to process through medical before they will pay dental, and patients ƒƒ Defend all the procedures clinically, functionally, and histologically Common Oral Lesions are asking dental offices to submit claims to their Differential Diagnosis and Treatment medical insurance (where appropriate), there’s never presented by  Gwen Cohen Brown, DDS been a better time to hone your medical/dental coding skills. Periodontal Considerations recommended for D H A for Implant Dentistry 9 am - 12 pm course code  3136 During this course, attendees will learn: presented by Donald Callan, DDS ƒƒ How and where to document the need or cause for the ODA course ce credits  3 procedure recommended for D H A OM LT note  Course is also offered on Saturday. ƒƒ Where to bill: medical or dental ƒƒ How to correctly bill procedures such as implants, 2 - 5 pm course code  3135 With the focus of dentistry changing from restorative extractions and grafting ODA course ce credits  3 procedures to prevention of disease, oral health care ƒƒ How to coordinate services between medical and providers will find themselves in the position to identify dental for various stages of implant placement Periodontal diseases are chronic, infectious, oral disease and prevent disease progression in healthy ƒƒ How to avoid billing pitfalls inflammatory diseases resulting from exposure of the patients. Patients often present with sore irritated periodontium to dental plaque, a complex bacterial mucosa, but the symptoms of peeling, redness and ** his course appears to meet the Oregon Board of Dentistry’s T biofilm that accumulates on the teeth. Evidence requirements for CE related to practice management and patient blisters can be attributed to many different etiologies. relations. suggests that periodontitis and peri-implantitis can This course presents an easily reproducible approach be a systemic exposure that may contribute to the to the differential diagnosis and treatment of common development or progression of other diseases and oral lesions, especially those diseases that mimic each Predictable Tissue Regeneration conditions. In light of the high prevalence of the periodontal disease, these associations may be other. The course content focuses on the accurate and early detection and clinical management of common for the Dental Practitioner important in the selection of the dental implant, not oral epithelial and soft tissue lesions and includes up-to- presented by  Donald Callan, DDS only to individual patients, but in a public health date information on relevant laboratory tests, emerging context as well. There are various implant systems for therapeutic modalities and the anticipated prognosis recommended for D H A OM LT the replacement of teeth. Each system has different of oral disease with and without appropriate therapy. 9 am - 12 pm course code  3134 features as determined by the manufacturer. The Topics to be covered include oral candidiasis, herpetic primary function of the dental implant tooth is to restore lesions, recurrent aphthous ulcerations, geographic ODA course ce credits  3 the normal function, speech and natural esthetics tongue, lichen planus, denture associated pathologies, The absence of alveolar bone occurs when teeth are and allow the patient to maintain a state of good erythema multiforme and vesiculobullous autoimmune absent, in cleft conditions, in periodontal infected areas health. Should the implant be a screw design, rough diseases. and after removal of teeth. Before choosing a grafting surface, smooth surface, titanium, titanium alloy, or material to restore the alveolus, the clinician should HA coated? What is the difference? Should the tooth At the conclusion of this course, attendees will be able be knowledgeable about the various modalities for abutment connection be an internal hex, external hex, to: restoring normal function, esthetics, and maintenance of Morse taper, threaded, or a ferrule design? Should the ƒƒ Recognize clinically relevant common soft tissue the integrity of the natural arch form for the replacement procedure be a one stage surgical or two stage? What lesions that affect the oral and perioral tissues of the teeth and bone. size implant should be selected? What determines the ƒƒ Develop a differential diagnoses for common oral success of the implant? Will a single implant design lesions by incorporating clinical presentation, The result of the procedure should support dental histologic and laboratory findings support all prosthetic replacements? These questions implants, dentures, teeth, or a fixed bridge for long- ƒƒ Describe current treatment modalities for various and other questions regarding implant modalities and common oral lesions, prescribe pharmacological term function and esthetics for the patient. Should restorations will be answered in this presentation. the procedure be a bone graft, soft tissue graft, a agents properly and understand their mechanisms of action tissue regeneration procedure, or tissue augmentation ƒƒ Know when and how to consult with and refer patients procedure? What is the difference? Should the graft to individuals for more specialized care material be osteoinductive or osteoconductive?“Recommended for” key:  D Dentists  H  Hygienists  A  Assistants  OM  Office Managers  LT  Laboratory Technicians Friday Courses    25
  • 28. Friday, April 5  Courses by speaker  Update on Infection Control The dental team is in a unique position providing dental care to a patient population that may be regular users or TMD/Orofacial Pain Diagnosis for Healthcare Providers experimenting with mood altering drugs. This dynamic, and Management presented by Gwen Cohen Brown, DDS brutally honest, and graphic presentation will take you Clarifying the Issues from the streets and into the office to help you identify recommended for D H A presented by  Henry Gremillion, DDS and manage the substance abusing patient. Discussion 2 - 5 pm course code  3137 includes the origins, types, mechanisms of action, and recommended for D H A ODA course ce credits  3 signs and symptoms of commonly abused prescription 9 am - 12 pm course code  3140 and illicit drugs. This lecture will provide an update for oral healthcare ODA course ce credits  3 providers on the current standard of care of infection At the conclusion of this course, attendees will know: ƒƒ The signs and symptoms of commonly abused Temporomandibular disorders (TMD) encompass control in the dental setting. Contact with blood, oral a multitude of conditions which involve the prescription and illicit drugs in patients and and respiratory secretions, and contaminated equipment adolescents temporomandibular joints, muscles of mastication, occurs. Proper procedures can prevent the transmission ƒƒ The biochemical basis for the disease of addiction and/or contiguous structures. Many TMD diagnostic of infections by decreasing exposure to bloodborne ƒƒ What medications to avoid with the suspected drug subgroups share common clinical characteristics. pathogens. The overall goal is to increase the oral health abusing patient Diagnosis and management of TMD has been care provider’s ability to apply scientifically accepted ƒƒ How to recognize and manage the doctor shopper associated with many misconceptions and much infection control principles to patient care and to reduce ƒƒ How to manage the chemically-dependent patient debate. It is now recognized that multiple factors are transmission of bloodborne pathogens in the dental ƒƒ What are “meth mouth,” “lean,” “whippets,” involved with the initiation and/or perpetuation of TMD. office. Attendees learn how bloodborne pathogens “parachuting,” and more Additionally, we now have a greater appreciation for may be transmitted in the workplace; how to establish ƒƒ Why some people become addicted and others do not the total pain experience including pain mechanisms/ organizational structure for exposure management pathways and pain referral in the head and neck. The prior to an occupational exposure; how to implement importance of individualizing diagnosis and management an exposure control plan including written policies and protocols for reporting, evaluating, counseling, Medical Teams International for optimum therapeutic outcomes is well-recognized. This course will emphasize diagnosis and non-surgical treating, and follow-up; and how to establish procedures At Home and Abroad management of this challenging, yet common group of to ensure confidentiality. Post exposure prophylaxis presented by  Terri Erickson, CDA musculoskeletal disorders. protocols following occupational exposure will also be reviewed. Alyssa Garner, BS, RDH, EPDH During this course, attendees will learn: Susan Rustvold, DMD ƒƒ The rationale for a thorough history and examination During this course, attendees will learn to: Matt Stiller ƒƒ Current concepts of pain referral in the head and neck ƒƒ Identify risks for transmission of bloodborne pathogen recommended for D H A OM LT ƒƒ Diagnostic criteria for commonly occurring TMD (BBP) in the dental setting subgroups ƒƒ Define methods of reducing risk 9 am - 12 pm course code  3139 ƒƒ Etiologic considerations essential for case-specific ƒƒ Review principles of managing occupational exposures management in the dental setting ODA course ce credits  3* ƒƒ Reversible approaches to management in the vast ƒƒ Review CDC/OSHA/PEP guidelines This session is presented by volunteers and staff of majority of cases ƒƒ Establish a protocol for occupational exposures Medical Teams International (MTI, formerly Northwest ƒƒ The development of a “case-specific” plan of care for ƒƒ Educate health care providers regarding PEP options Medical Teams) to describe the unmet need and each patient before risk for an exposure logistics of volunteering as a dental professional both ƒƒ The concept of multidisciplinary management of TMD at home and abroad. MTI implements and supports programs that address the causes and effects of Street Drugs Exposed inadequate health care, particularly among populations Bruxism and Dentistry’s What Your Patients and Kids affected by disaster, conflict and poverty. New Frontier ARE NOT Telling You! MTI meets people’s needs through humanitarian aid Sleep Disturbances and disaster relief, regardless of their race, gender, or presented by  Harold Crossley, DDS, MS, PhD presented by  Henry Gremillion, DDS religion. Programs include training and education to recommended for D H A OM LT build the capability and capacity of partners, volunteers, recommended for D H A staff and people served in order to produce sustainable 9 am - 5 pm course code  3138 2 - 5 pm course code  3141 change. MTI’s philosophical approach is holistic and ODA course ce credits  6 seeks to address the wellness of the whole person—a ODA course ce credits  3 note  Must be 18 years of age or older to attend— physical, social, mental and spiritual being. no exceptions. Today’s dental professional must consider many At the conclusion of this course, attendees will: potential contributing and/or perpetuating factors in the What questions should I be asking my patients to avoid ƒƒ Comprehend the similarities, differences and scope of evaluation and management of a diverse group of pain/ drug interactions with street drugs? What are some of unmet dental needs at home and abroad dysfunction conditions expressed in the masticatory the oral manifestations of street drug abuse? How will I ƒƒ Know how to apply their dental skills in volunteer system and beyond. It has been suggested that one know if a person is under the influence of street drugs? settings to help address those unmet needs in seven Americans suffer from a diagnosable sleep/ What are the characteristics of and how do I manage ƒƒ Understand the steps required to begin volunteering wake disturbance. Disruption of the normal sleep cycle the “doctor shopper”? Do I have to take any precautions and the types of equipment, supplies and logistical support provided by MTI in quantity or quality may play an important role in the with the dental patient who is under the influence? Why symptom complex of our patients. is it so important that the dental staff be knowledgeable ƒƒ Be motivated to use their skills and abilities to make a difference in the lives of the dentally underserved A causal relationship between mechanical stresses such about street drugs? Why am I at risk? What are some characteristics of adolescent substance abuse and what * his course DOES NOT appear to meet the Oregon Board of T as those associated with bruxism and the breakdown of do I do about it? Dentistry’s CE requirements. various components of the masticatory system has been suggested by many. As forces enter the masticatory system, they are dissipated through many structures including the occlusal surfaces, the hard and soft tissue supporting structures, the temporomandibular joint, and the musculature. These forces may supercede the adaptive capacity of one or more of these components. Clinical implications of bruxism and rational for practical management of mechanical stress will be discussed.26    Friday Courses note on ce credits  The number of continuing education credits for each course is equal to the number of hours for that course. No partial credit will be awarded.
  • 29. Courses by Speaker   Friday, april 5 During this course, attendees will learn to: ƒƒ Understand the implications of sleep architecture on ODHA Course ODHA Course movement disorders during sleep ƒƒ Recognize the destructive effects of sleep disturbance Achieving Success and Achieving Your Ideal bruxism Clinical Excellence in your Position within the Dental ƒƒ Develop individualized plans of care for sleep disturbances and nocturnal bruxism Dental Hygiene Career Hygiene Profession ƒƒ Conceptualize management of mechanical stresses in presented by  Christine Hovliaras, presented by Christine Hovliaras, the masticatory system via reversible approaches to RDH, BS, MBA, CDE RDH, BS, MBA, CDE care (occlusal orthosis therapy) recommended for H recommended for H 9 am - 12 pm course code  3144 2 - 5 pm course code  3145 Local Anesthesia ODHA course ce credits  3** ODHA course ce credits  3** 30+ Years of Hits, Misses In these tough economic times, some dental hygiene Dental hygiene is a fabulous profession to be working and Near Misses professionals may not be feeling a sense of security in in and the Bureau of Labor statistics reports that presented by  J. Mel Hawkins, the position(s) in which they are currently practicing. employment of dental hygienists is expected to grow DDS, BScD(AN), FADSA Dental and specialty practices may be experiencing 36% through 2018, which is much faster than the a decrease in production due to patients work hours average for all occupations. This increase is due to the recommended for D H A OM decreasing or being eliminated; patients losing higher demand for dental care and the greater utilization 9 am - 12 pm course code  3142 their dental insurance; patients not showing up for of dental hygienists to perform services previously ODA course ce credits  3 appointments and that dentistry may not be the “top performed by dentists. priority” for their patients at this time. note  Course is also offered on Saturday. ADHA has defined five professional roles in dental Dental hygienists play a very important and key role in hygiene, as well as a sixth role, public health, which “Why do I only get a bad batch in the mandible?” the business of dentistry and need to reevaluate their is an integral part of the other five roles. These roles This presentation will discuss the reasons for the lack career to determine if they are satisfied or need to include: administrator/manager, advocate, clinician, of effective anesthesia, with emphasis on mandibular implement changes to make them more marketable, educator and researcher. These six roles, as well as technique. The neuro-anatomy and histology of the enhance their professional business goals, teamwork a seventh and eighth role of dental hygienists in the pterygomandibular triangle will be reviewed to help and communication skills, and business presence. corporate setting and as entrepreneurs will be discussed enhance the understanding of the complexities of Career success is essential in an individual’s work in greater detail, including the definition of each role, block anesthesia. Is articaine (Septocaine®) a panacea environment and leaders who help others achieve career educational requirements, professional characteristics or a problem? What’s new? Can we reverse local success will be reviewed. Ms. Hovliaras will discuss and clinical and business skills. Ms. Hovliaras will anesthesia? (OraVerse®) Sodium bicarbonate addition insights from dental hygienists she interviewed on what highlight some of the dental hygienists she featured in to L.A.? Inhalational lidocaine? Review of the pros “career success” means to them. Fourteen key steps her textbook. Other career opportunities will also be and cons of the conventional block, the Akinosi and to achieve career success will be discussed in detail to shared in this course that dental hygienists can pursue. Gow-Gates mandibular blocks; adding multi-task empower yourself to achieve career satisfaction in the Each dental hygiene attendee will be able to complete supplementation with mandibular infiltrative techniques. dental hygiene profession. a Professional Savvy™ Career Assessment Test and Dr. Hawkins will also share over 30 years of tips and a Professional Savvy™ Annual Career Development At the conclusion of this course, attendees will be able tricks, as well as mistakes he’s made, and what he’s Plan to help them assess their personal skills, career to: learned the hard way. satisfaction, vision, current employment position, goals ƒƒ Identify the current issues that have caused the recession in our economy and objectives, and next steps. Key career planning During this course, attendees will learn: tools and business strategies will be highlighted to assist ƒƒ To understand the essential interaction between local ƒƒ Determine what elements may be affecting the business you work in as a dental hygienist dental hygienists to reach for the next “ideal position” in anesthesia techniques and modern pharmacology ƒƒ Discuss what career success means to you as a dental their dental hygiene career. ƒƒ To examine the myths and truths of local anesthesia ƒƒ To consider new advances, techniques, legalities and hygiene professional At the conclusion of this course, attendees will be able paresthesia ƒƒ Identify the key points to career success to: ƒƒ Strategize a plan of action (career plan, business ƒƒ Understand the future of growth for the dental hygiene marketing, clinical strategies) that you will put into profession in the next 10 years Oral Sedation place to achieve career success and satisfaction ƒƒ Identify the six roles of dental hygiene as defined by Clinical ‘How-To’ Applications, ** his course appears to meet the Oregon Board of Dentistry’s T the American Dental Hygienists’ Association requirements for CE related to practice management and patient ƒƒ Identify the corporate and entrepreneurial roles in Pharmacology and Controversies relations. dental hygiene as defined by Professional Savvy, LLC presented by J. Mel Hawkins, ƒƒ Discuss educational requirements, professional characteristics and business skills for the eight roles in DDS, BScD(AN), FADSA dental hygiene recommended for D H A OM ƒƒ Complete a Career Development Assessment Test to determine your professional skills and your level of 2 - 5 pm course code  3143 career satisfaction in dental hygiene ODA course note  ce credits  3 Course is also offered on Saturday. Register ƒƒ Complete the Annual Career Development Plan to determine your vision for your dental hygiene career and goals and objectives for your current position Sedation is the practice builder of modern day dentistry. Learn sedation pharmacology and how to apply it in now! ƒƒ Create the next steps to market yourself and your expertise in dental hygiene to excel in your current position or obtain the position you want to achieve practice. Dr. Hawkins reveals his mistakes made over 30+ years of private practice and case reports are ** his course appears to meet the Oregon Board of Dentistry’s T shared. State Dental Board regulations will be compared Register online at requirements for CE related to practice management and patient relations. and contrasted and the questions “How do I legally protect myself?” and “What is my professional sedation www.oregondental.org fee?” will be addressed. During this course, attendees will learn: or use the registration ƒƒ To teach sedation pharmacology and how to apply it in practice form on page 45. ƒƒ To suggest how to incorporate (or improve) sedation into a dental practice ƒƒ To share consents, fees and mistakes“Recommended for” key:  D Dentists  H  Hygienists  A  Assistants  OM  Office Managers  LT  Laboratory Technicians Friday Courses    27
  • 30. Friday, April 5  Courses by speaker  Medical Emergencies Management of Anxious and The Art and Science of Micro- presented by  David Howerton, DMD Special-Needs Patients Ultrasonic Instrumentation Gabriel Kennedy, DMD presented by  Harvey Levy, DMD, MAGD in Periodontal Therapy recommended for D H A recommended for D H A OM LT A Workshop 1- 5 pm course code  3146 9 am - 5 pm course code  3149 presented by Sam Low, DDS, MS, MEd ODA course ce credits  4 ODA course ce credits  6 recommended for D H If a medical emergency occurs in your office, This course will give you the necessary knowledge 2 - 5 pm course code F4003 preparation is the key for the entire office team. This and tools to treat difficult or otherwise unmanageable ODA course ce credits  3 course will emphasize recognition and prevention of patients. We will discuss many examples of complicated course limit  30 participants medical complications that may lead to a medical cases covering medically and mentally compromised emergency in your office. We will discuss specific additional fee  $100 for dentists; $50 for staff patients, from the apprehensive to the combative, and medical emergency situations and management. This note  Participants must also be registered for the ODC from infancy to old age. These cases will illustrate course meets the medical emergency and anesthesia criteria for case selection, protocols for pre- and to attend. permit requirements for the Oregon Board of Dentistry post-op care, and practical clinical tips for greater materials /equipment provided by Hu-Friedy license renewal. intra-operative efficiency. After taking this course you Although the ultrasonic instrument was originally At the conclusion of this course, attendees will have will have the tools to decide if you wish to implement introduced as a device for removing gross supragingival a straightforward approach on how to handle various or augment anxious and special-needs dentistry within calculus of tooth surfaces, it is only in the past few years medical conditions and medical emergencies that they your practice. that it has gained popularity as a credible approach to may encounter in the office. During the course, attendees will learn: managing subgingival periodontal disease. During this course, attendees will learn: ƒƒ How treating special-needs patients can be both Incorporating power driven instrumentation into the personally gratifying and financially rewarding periodontal component of the practice provides a ƒƒ The importance of a dental office emergency plan ƒƒ Clinical techniques for performing standard time effective adjunct to definitive root planing and ƒƒ To understand the best way to prevent a medical procedures on difficult, compromised, or otherwise emergency is by review of the patients medical history unmanageable patients, from infants through the deplaquing process of the periodic supportive and physical examination geriatrics, in both the office and the operating room, maintenance. ƒƒ To identify and describe specific types of emergencies including wraps, props, drugs, gas, portable imaging ƒƒ To understand specific management protocols for systems and more At the conclusion of this course, attendees will be able common medical emergencies in the dental office to: ƒƒ The proper equipment and emergency drug kit ƒƒ Be familiar with the current literature justifying the use of power driven instrumentation protocols for dosing and routes ƒƒ To discuss medical conditions that are not emergent Managing the “Difficult” ƒƒ Select the necessary instrumentation commercially and their management Periodontal Patient available to achieve effective results ƒƒ About mock emergency drills ƒƒ Implement techniques unique to this modality, presented by  Sam Low, DDS, MS, MEd especially in the area of enhancing patient comfort recommended for D H A OM ƒƒ Incorporate power driven instrumentation into the periodontal component of the practice Interceptive Orthodontic 9 am - 12 pm course code  3150 This workshop will acquaint the dental clinician with Treatment ODA course ce credits  3 the versatility of using ultrasonic instrumentation in Evidence vs. Opinion in Three Dimensions While many of our patients respond to conventional periodontal root planing and supportive maintenance presented by  Rebecca Kuperstein, periodontal therapy, a significant group provides procedures. significant challenge to us as clinicians. These DDS, MPH, MS individuals continue to go “down-hill,” creating an recommended for D H A unstable environment for eventual restorative care. 9 am - 12 pm (repeats) course code  3147 This seminar will provide insight to the following Don’t miss the Exhibit Hall! 2 - 5 pm course code  3148 objectives: ƒƒ Determine the difference between recurrent and ODA course ce credits  3 refractory periodontal patients relative to clinical This course will review growth and development of characteristics and choosing restorative abutments based on prognosis the face and dentition. Diagnosis and evidence-based treatment will be presented for patients in the mixed ƒƒ Differentiate between the use of systemic and locally Thursday, April 4 12 noon – 6:30 pm delivered antibiotics dentition. All three planes of space will be explored: Friday, April 5 10 am – 6 pm ƒƒ Develop therapeutic protocols including unique transverse, vertical and anteroposterior. Early treatment mechanical interventions for non-surgical modalities of Class II and Class III malocclusion will be explored and innovative surgical forms of management Saturday, April 6 9:30 am – 1:30 pm using current literature. Additionally, concepts relating ƒƒ Implement effective recall systems based on to disturbances of eruption and space maintenance will susceptibility beyond the “prophy” be presented. ƒƒ Create systems in team management with interaction between dentists, dental hygienists, and periodontists At the conclusion of this course, attendees will be able to: This fast-paced seminar will provide the eager clinician Win an iPad ƒƒ Have a greater appreciation for facial growth and the developing dentition with the tools to satisfactorily manage complex at the Grand Opening ƒƒ Improve their ability to identify malocclusions in the periodontal patients presenting in today’s practice of mixed dentition dentistry. Reception on ƒƒ Gain better understanding of evidence based Thursday afternoon. interceptive orthodontic treatment ƒƒ Understand appropriate space maintenance For more information on Exhibit Hall events, please see page 4.28    Friday Courses note on ce credits  The number of continuing education credits for each course is equal to the number of hours for that course. No partial credit will be awarded.
  • 31. Courses by Speaker   Friday, april 5 ODAA Course Communication Solutions Online reputation management ƒƒ What is your online reputation? Attitudes, Breakdowns and The Hottest Topics in Conflict Resolutions ƒƒ What to do about negative online reviews ƒƒ How to build dozens of positive reviews Dentistry Today ƒƒ How to proactively manage your online reputation presented by  Judy Kay Mausolf presented by  Louis Malcmacher, DDS, MAGD recommended for D H A OM LT At the conclusion of this course attendees will be able recommended for D H A OM to: 9 am - 12 pm course code  3153 ƒƒ Make a more educated assessment of their website. 9 am - 12 pm course code  3151 ODA course ce credits  3** Is it optimized, does it need help, what they can do to ODAA course ce credits  3 note  Course is also offered on Thursday. improve it, etc. ƒƒ Use the checklist provided in class to analyze a The primary goal of this seminar is to teach dentists and Discover how to elevate your communication to a level website and make improvements team members how to easily integrate the most exciting that inspires positive attitudes, prevents breakdowns, ƒƒ Understand how SEO and PPC works, how it could and hottest topics in dentistry into their practices, such and resolves conflict, to take your relationships benefit their practice; understand realistic results and as dental lasers, no prep porcelain veneers, restorative from good to great every time! Learn the skills to costs, etc. dentistry, new exodontia techniques that save bone, and communicate positively and effectively with different ƒƒ Understand the top five or six social media sites, how new technology that eliminates patient anxiety. These personalities, resulting in an environment where they work, what they should do for their practice, and practical concepts will enable you to offer new dental how to prioritize the most important items if they have everyone focuses on the positive (what is right) instead limited time services, reduce your stress, significantly increase of the negative (what is wrong). Inspire a culture of your production, substantially lower your overhead, ƒƒ Understand online reputation management, how it appreciation and acknowledgment. Ms. Mausolf, works, and how to proactively manage their practice and have fun doing dentistry. This seminar is a fast communications expert, will share how you can elevate reputation on the internet paced, entertaining, and educational course and is the level of communication in your life! recommended for dentists, dental hygienists, dental ** his course appears to meet the Oregon Board of Dentistry’s T requirements for CE related to practice management and patient assistants and office managers. This course will get you Course objectives: relations. and your staff excited about dentistry! ƒƒ Broaden mindsets ƒƒ Positive energy and ƒƒ Resolve attitudes During this course, attendees will learn: misunderstandings ƒƒ Inspire a culture of ƒƒ Injection comfort ƒƒ No preparation porcelain ƒƒ Eliminate tension and appreciation and Inflammation 911 systems that dentists veneers. Transform your acknowledgement and patients desire practice with these new gossip The Body-Mouth Connection! ƒƒ Prevent breakdown ƒƒ Communicate with ƒƒ Why oral cancer techniques different personalities presented by  Uche Odiatu, DMD screening is so ƒƒ Lasers in dentistry; why ƒƒ Learn conflict resolution ƒƒ Effective huddles and recommended for D H A OM LT important to your office it is a must for every ƒƒ Elevate trust and team meetings ƒƒ New exodontia dental procedure respect ƒƒ Happy, healthy and 9 am - 12 pm course code  3156 technologies that save ƒƒ Real overhead control; balanced environment bone maintaining an overhead ODA course ce credits  3 ƒƒ State of the art of 50% or less ** his course appears to meet the Oregon Board of Dentistry’s T requirements for CE related to practice management and patient Emerging research catapults inflammation into the materials for restorative and esthetic cases relations. ring as one of the root players of many systemic and oral diseases. Stop the deadly cascade with insider strategies and lifestyle solutions guaranteed to change ODAA Course ODEA Course your patient’s health destiny. This fact filled and inspirational presentation is a ‘call to arms’ against The Top Seven Gamechangers What Every Dental Office Needs inflammation—“Let’s douse the flames!” for Every Dental Practice to Know About Online Marketing During this course, attendees will learn: presented by Louis Malcmacher, DDS, MAGD Website Optimization, SEO, PPC, ƒƒ The new science on the link between systemic Social Media, and More disorders and oral health recommended for D H A OM ƒƒ The connection between excess body fat and presented by  Ian McNickle, MBA inflammation in the human body 2 - 5 pm course code  3152 recommended for D H A OM LT ƒƒ Why certain patients do not respond well to your ODAA course ce credits  3 hygiene programs 9 am - 12 pm (repeats) course code  3154 ƒƒ How to recognize the destructive inflammatory The primary goal of this seminar is to teach dentists and 2 - 5 pm course code  3155 cascade in your patients team members to integrate new techniques and concepts ƒƒ How chronic low grade stress and frustration supports in teeth remineralization, short term orthodontics, a new ODEA course ce credits  3** disease way to eliminate black triangles, frontline TMJ syndrome ƒƒ To calculate BMI (body mass index) easily for yourself and facial pain therapy, and much more! These practical This course will cover four primary topic areas: or your patients concepts will enable you to offer new dental services Website optimization ƒƒ How high glycemic foods (which we all eat daily) immediately, reduce your stress, significantly increase ƒƒ How to get the most from your website contribute to inflammation and disease your production, substantially lower your overhead, and ƒƒ How to avoid common website mistakes that hinder ƒƒ How to implement a new dimension to your treatment give you the dental practice of tomorrow today! This search engine results planning seminar is a fast paced, entertaining, and educational ƒƒ Checklist to analyze the effectiveness of your own ƒƒ How to develop an easy two minute script to educate course and is recommended for dentists and team website and motivate your patients members. This course will get you and your team excited ƒƒ Insider secrets to take your personal health and fitness about dentistry! SEO (Search Engine Optimization) and SEM (Search to the next level Engine Marketing) During this course, attendees will learn: ƒƒ SEO SEM explained: What is it? How does it work? ƒƒ Latest concepts of ƒƒ How to motivate your ƒƒ SEO tips to improve your website search ranking remineralization and patients to ASK for ƒƒ PPC: How to run an effective campaign caries treatment esthetic treatment ƒƒ Advanced SEO strategies ƒƒ Cosmetic orthodontics ƒƒ How to let patients try for every general dentist out their dentistry before Social media ƒƒ Botox and dermal fillers treatment ƒƒ Review and learn about various social media platforms for dental esthetic and ƒƒ Social media for your including: Overview of each platform, pros and cons, dental therapeutics dental practice recommended strategies, and how to leverage them ƒƒ New techniques in for your dental practice correcting the dreaded ƒƒ Facebook, YouTube, Google+, Twitter, blogs, and “black triangles” more…“Recommended for” key:  D Dentists  H  Hygienists  A  Assistants  OM  Office Managers  LT  Laboratory Technicians Friday Courses    29
  • 32. Friday, April 5  Courses by speaker  Seven Habits of a The Stress Mess CPR for the Health Care Provider Healthy Dental Office Systemic and Dental Ramifications presented by  Mary Ann Vaughan, presented by Uche Odiatu, DMD of the Stress Response RN, CEN, BSN recommended for D H A OM LT presented by Betsy Reynolds, RDH, MS recommended for D H A OM LT 2 - 5 pm course code  3157 recommended for D H A OM 9 am - 12:30 pm (repeats) course code  3162 ODA course ce credits  3* 2 - 5 pm course code  3159 1:30 - 5 pm course code  3163 Whether you are a dentist, hygienist, manager, or ODA course ce credits  3 ODA course ce credits  3.5 dental assistant, improving your physical condition course limit  50 participants Stress has become an integral part of everyday life. will enhance everything you do. John F. Kennedy said, Whether hurrying to an appointment across town during note  Course is also offered on Thursday and “Physical fitness is the basis of all forms of excellence.” rush hour or dealing with difficult patient scenarios, Saturday. Did you know two-thirds of the top Fortune 500 we are often “stressed out” by the end of the day. How note  Free with ODC registration, but attendees MUST executives exercise at least three times a week? And does stress affect our ability to make clinical decisions? preregister for this course. that the majority of the last six US presidents made How does chronic stress affect overall health? How This is an American Heart Association class time for physical fitness? Being fit empowers you to can people better manage stressors to decrease its emphasizing the CABs of resuscitation, including handle the enormous demands of a grueling practice, adverse effects on well-being? This course will help rescue breathing, use of bag-valve mask, AED, CPR tight schedules, and, of course, stress. Living a healthy the participant answer these and many more questions and foreign body airway removal for all age groups. The fit lifestyle can increase your personal productivity up through a fun, interactive program based on the latest workshop will include written and skills evaluations. to 25%. With the latest research on active living— research findings. Also included in this program will be Re-certification is for two years. peppered with a little humor—you will uncover powerful how chronic stress impacts oral and systemic health. As reasons to revamp your health and fitness dreams and a recognized risk factor for periodontal diseases, stress Please Note: The American Heart Association requires goals starting TODAY. reduction strategies for patient care will be presented that each attendee who registers to attend this course, in order for the participant to devise and implement purchase and bring the following CPR book to class: During this course, attendees will learn: treatment plans addressing stress-related sequelae. 90-1038 BLS for Healthcare Providers Student Manual ƒƒ How your health and vitality impacts your productivity Because stress effects can be gender specific, a portion available from the following dealers: www.laerdal.com, ƒƒ To develop fitness habits and increase your reaction time and fine motor skills of the course will be devoted to how men and women www.channing-bete.com and www.eworldpoint.com. ƒƒ 5 stress busting strategies for the workplace differ in stress management, stress responses and ƒƒ How to develop a nutrition tool box for yourself and for stress manifestations. peak performance chair side At the conclusion of this course, attendees will be able to: Empowering your Practice with ƒƒ To take immediate action and become the best health care provider ƒƒ Relate the physiological aspects of the stress Complete Dentures, Removable * his course DOES NOT appear to meet the Oregon Board of T response to systemic and oral manifestations Partial Dentures and Implant ƒƒ Understand the effects of stress on immune system Dentistry’s CE requirements. function Assisted Overdentures ƒƒ Recognize how stress impacts periodontal health presented by Richard Williamson, ƒƒ Describe gender differences in the stress response DDS, MS, FACP Inflammatory Remarks recommended for D H A OM LT The Role of Oral Inflammation in Oral and Systemic Health Current Concepts In 2 - 5 pm course code  3165 presented by  Betsy Reynolds, RDH, MS Oral Medicine ODA course ce credits  3 2013—Diagnostic Pearls The need for removable prosthodontic care continues to recommended for D H A OM presented by  Michael Siegel, DDS, grow in North America. Many dentists avoid providing 9 am - 12 pm course code  3158 this service due to a lack of confidence in their ability MS, FDS RCSEd ODA course ce credits  3 to meet their patients’ expectations. Others feel they recommended for D H A have weak removable prosthodontic skills and see these This course will provide participants with an in-depth procedures as an inefficient use of their time. look at recent research supporting oral inflammation 9 am - 12 pm course code  3161 as a main contributory factor in development of ODA course ce credits  3 The attendees will learn the essential skills to provide cardiac disease and other systemic diseases and predictable results in an efficient manner. Critical The World Health Organization has predicted that, to successful treatment is the practitioner’s ability disorders. Inflammation as a component of diabetes, in the 21st century, dentists will assume the role of to assess the difficulty of the patient’s care and adverse pregnancy outcomes, HIV infection, obesity, “Oral Physicians.” This course will cover the nuances establishing a prognosis for the removable prosthesis. stress, Alzheimer’s disease, malignancy, respiratory of medical history taking, extraoral and intraoral These removable prosthodontics skills are a pre- disorders, and autoimmune diseases will be included. physical diagnosis, current American Heart Association requisite for providing patients an implant-assisted An understanding of how microbial biofilm impacts and American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons prosthesis. treatment of the periodontically challenged patient will premedication recommendations, bisphosphonate- be provided. Treatment options and appropriate home Diagnosis and treatment planning for implant-retained associated osteonecrosis, physical diagnosis and care recommendations will be explored. Come prepared overdentures will also be reviewed. pattern recognition and radiographic changes of to share ideas and clinical experiences with your the periodontal ligament space. The format of this At the conclusion of this course, attendees will know: colleagues in a relaxed forum. presentation is case-based and will encourage audience ƒƒ How to make accurate impressions At the conclusion of this course, attendees will be able to: participation. ƒƒ How to record accurate jaw relations ƒƒ Understand the role of inflammation in cardiac risk assessment At the conclusion of this course, attendees will be able ƒƒ Edentulous anatomy and prognosis to: ƒƒ Myostatic outline form and the posterior palatal seal ƒƒ Relate how inflammation likely impacts diabetes, pregnancy, immune status, obesity, stress, ƒƒ Critically evaluate a patient’s medical history ƒƒ A simplified, stable denture occlusion Alzheimer’s disease, malignancy, and respiratory ƒƒ Recognize extraoral and intraoral signs of systemic ƒƒ Effective use of guide planes disorders disease and the dentists role in co-managing these ƒƒ Case selection and treatment planning the implant ƒƒ Define ‘biofilm’ as it relates to plaque development, conditions with the patient’s physician retained/borne prosthesis maturation and control ƒƒ Prescribe antibiotic premedication for patients based ƒƒ How to treatment plan Implants utilizing Cone Beam ƒƒ Develop in-office and at-home strategies for on the literature and only for those dental procedures Computed Tomography (CBCT) and computer guided controlling biofilm and oral inflammation that are indicated surgery ƒƒ Recognize commonly occurring adverse intraoral reactions to frequently prescribed medications30    Friday Courses note on ce credits  The number of continuing education credits for each course is equal to the number of hours for that course. No partial credit will be awarded.
  • 33. Courses by Speaker   Friday, april 5 Don’t miss the Keynote Address by Eddie Slowikowski! Make Your Move Creating Success in Under Four Minutes Friday, April 5  7:30 – 8:30 am Recommended for: Entire Dental Team    Course Code: 3190 Sponsored, in part, by: Fortress Insurance “There’s a way to do it better—find it.” This quote from Thomas Edison gets to the heart of what it means to be innovative. Find your vision by using your in-born gifts of imagination and creativity to build the Ultimate Winner. Join internationally known speaker Eddie Slowikowski as he gives participants the ride of a lifetime by taking the journey to discover the greatness within all of us. In over 20 years of speaking, Eddie Slowikowski has inspired thousands with his message of conceiving, believing and achieving one’s dreams in life. In today’s challenging climate, it’s important to turn obstacles into opportunities. Only then can we facilitate energy that impacts innovation and positive change. Through storytelling and high-energy showmanship, Eddie takes participants through what it means to be a leader, how to follow through on a vision, and what positive energy can create for yourself and others. Follow Us Facebook Oregon Dental Association Oregon Mission of Mercy Twitter @ODAPrez  #ODC2013 Linked In Oregon Dental Association YouTube OregonDental channel Blog www.thetoothofthematter.org“Recommended for” key:  D Dentists  H  Hygienists  A  Assistants  OM  Office Managers  LT  Laboratory Technicians Friday Courses    31
  • 34. Saturday, April 6  Courses by speaker  OSOMS Lunch Course Schedule  OSHA and WISHA Compliance Made Easy presented by  Samuel Barry, DMD Oregon Society of Oral Maxillofacial Surgeons recommended for D H A OM LT Saturday, April 6 8 am - 4 pm ODA course course code  3166 ce credits  6** sponsored, in part, by Henry Schein Dental 8 am – 11 am Thomas Dodson, DMD, MPH: Evidence-Based Clinical OSHA and WISHA require employers to provide annual Decision-Making in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery: Part 1 training for all of their employees. Being OSHA-WISHA compliant is an important component of overall risk 9 :30 am – 1:30 pm Exhibit Hall Open management. This comprehensive class will fulfill the annual training requirements for your entire dental staff, 11:30 am – 1 pm Oregon Society of Oral Maxillofacial Surgeons Luncheon as well as update your office compliance requirements. Materials and equipment necessary for compliance 1 – 4 pm Thomas Dodson, DMD, MPH: Evidence-Based Clinical will be identified throughout the lecture. Training will Decision-Making in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery: Part 2 focus on the core OSHA-WISHA regulations that apply to dentistry, including: the hazardous communication OSOMS members are welcome to attend the OSOMS business meeting and luncheon at the standard, bloodborne pathogens exposure control plan, Oregon Convention Center. For more information and to RSVP, please contact OSOMS at fire safety, personal protective equipment, accident prevention, emergency response, electrical safety, 503.594.0322 or oregonoms@gmail.com. first aid requirements, required posters, ergonomics, tuberculosis, lasers, CDC guidelines for infection OSOMS members do not need to be registered for the ODC in order to attend the luncheon, but control, and recordkeeping. do need to be registered to attend the OSOMS-sponsored courses. At the conclusion of this class, attendees will be able to: ƒƒ Understand, and implement all OSHA and WISHA standards that apply to dentistry ƒƒ Understand the training requirements OSOMS Morning Course OSOMS afternoon Course ƒƒ Understand what to do if an inspection occurs ƒƒ Determine what posters are required and how to Evidence-Based Clinical Evidence-Based Clinical obtain them Decision-Making in Oral Decision-Making in Oral ƒƒ Identify materials and equipment needed for compliance and Maxillofacial Surgery and Maxillofacial Surgery ƒƒ Maintain required logs and records Part 1 Part 2 ƒƒ Understand how to maintain and use a fire extinguisher presented by  Thomas Dodson, DMD, MPH presented by Thomas Dodson, DMD, MPH ƒƒ Understand what signs are required to be posted recommended for D recommended for D ƒƒ Understand what needs to be labeled and how to 8 - 11 am course code  3169 1 - 4 pm course code  3170 properly label ƒƒ Understand and properly maintain MSDS sheets OSOMS course ce credits  3 OSOMS course ce credits  3 ƒƒ Understand chemical and biological spill cleanup The purposes of this course are to: 1) provide an The purposes of this course are to: 1) provide procedures overview of the principles and practice of evidence- an overview of the principles and practice of ƒƒ Understand CDC guidelines for infection control in based clinical decision-making and 2) apply these evidence-based clinical decision-making and 2) dentistry principles to specific clinical problems within the apply these principles to specific clinical problems ƒƒ Understand safety requirements for lasers specialty of oral and maxillofacial surgery to enhance within the specialty of oral and maxillofacial ƒƒ Understand bloodborne pathogen post exposure protocol and Hepatitis B vaccine patient outcomes. Clinical topics to be reviewed surgery to enhance patient outcomes. Clinical include: 1) limiting the morbidity of third molar surgery topics to be reviewed include: 1) optimizing ƒƒ Understand what are bloodborne pathogens, why are they harmful, and how to protect yourself and 2) evaluation and management of patients with outcomes in implant dentistry in terms of ƒƒ Understand requirements for safety committee or nerve injuries. reconstructive options and implant survival and 2) safety meetings update in bisphosphonate-related osteonecrosis. ƒƒ Understand what monitoring needs to be done for: At the conclusion of this course, the attendees will be able to: At the conclusion of this course, the attendees will x-ray, nitrous oxide, water lines, sterilizers ƒƒ Define evidence-based clinical practice be able to: ** his course appears to meet the Oregon Board of Dentistry’s T ƒƒ Define and apply the critical appraisal exercise ƒƒ Discuss the indications for site/ridge requirements for CE related to practice management and patient preservation to enhance implant outcomes relations. ƒƒ Recognize the role of evidence-based clinical decision-making in the daily practice of an OMS ƒƒ Recognize the risks and benefits of immediate ƒƒ Interpret the clinical significance of the diagnostic loading of dental implants parameters of sensitivity, specificity, and positive and ƒƒ Identify the appropriate number of implants to negative predictor values restore an edentulous maxilla ƒƒ Identify high-risk radiographic findings for nerve ƒƒ Determine the indications for short implants injury in the setting of third molar surgery ƒƒ Describe the role of bisphosphonates in patients ƒƒ Discuss alternative imaging techniques and their role who want implants in preventing nerve injury after third molar surgery ƒƒ Describe the role of medical therapies to decrease the morbidity of third molar surgery ƒƒ Complete a neurosensory examination, classify the findings, and discuss the implications of the examination ƒƒ Summarize the indications and outcomes of microneurosurgical treatment of lingual nerve injuries32    Saturday Courses note on ce credits  The number of continuing education credits for each course is equal to the number of hours for that course. No partial credit will be awarded.
  • 35. Courses by Speaker   Saturday, april 6 Caries Management for Children At the conclusion of this course, attendees will be able to: There will be emphasis placed on developing evidence- based protocols to maximize chances in resolving Be a Knife Doctor AND a Pill Doctor ƒƒ Recognize clinically relevant common soft tissue patients’ periodontal disease. Attendees will gain a presented by  Joel Berg, DDS, MS lesions that affect the oral and perioral tissues better understanding of what resources are available ƒƒ Develop a differential diagnoses for common oral and how to successfully implement them. recommended for D H A lesions by incorporating clinical presentation, histologic and laboratory findings Topics covered during this course include: 8 am - 4 pm course code  3167 ƒƒ Describe current treatment modalities for various ƒƒ Taking a risk-based approach ODA course ce credits  6 common oral lesions, prescribe pharmacological ƒƒ Curet vs. Ultrasonic / truth vs. myth agents properly and understand their mechanisms of ƒƒ Proper ultrasonic technique and tips This lecture will provide the attendee with the most action up-to-date information regarding emerging technologies ƒƒ Chemical debridement: local and systemic antibiotics ƒƒ Know when and how to consult with and refer patients in caries detection and caries management in children. to individuals for more specialized care ƒƒ Laser periodontal debridement: which to use and how Dental caries is the most prevalent disease in humans, to use it yet dental professionals are still primarily using 100 ƒƒ A new “root planing” philosophy ƒƒ What to do on Monday year-old technologies to diagnose this most prevalent infectious disease. Recently, new ways of assessing New Advances in and dealing with dental caries as an infectious disease Host Modulation have been proposed, and new products have been Maximizing your Periodontal Outcomes Mechanical Screening of the introduced. It is anticipated that the progression of these technological developments in dentistry will do presented by  Timothy Donley, DDS, MSD Neck, Head, and TMJ Complex more to change the way we practice than anything in recommended for D H to Facilitate Coordination recent decades. This course will review the science 8 - 11 am course code  3171 of Multidisciplinary Care behind these developments, and will introduce clinically relevant information to practitioners to prepare them to ODA course ce credits  3 presented by Bill Esser, PT, MS, CCTT understand related new information as it is introduced to If all you are doing is root planing, you are merely recommended for D H A us. In addition, application of these techniques to early scratching the surface. While bacteria initiate intervention protocols to mitigate the incidence of early 1 - 4 pm course code  3173 periodontal disease, the host response to that bacteria childhood caries will be described. determines the level of periodontal and systemic ODA course ce credits  3 At the conclusion of this course, attendees will be able destruction. Traditional anti-bacterial therapies work, Current study of temporomandibular dysfunction (TMD) to: but not all the time. Come and learn how to determine has expanded to include the neck, cranium and TMJ ƒƒ List currently available caries detection devices which patients have a contributing host response. More and is increasingly referred to as craniomandibular ƒƒ Describe new technologies and how they will detect importantly, learn the changes that you can make in dysfunction (CMD). Each component can solely, or in caries at a very early stage your treatment protocols to help your patients modulate combination, cause facial pain and/or TMJ dysfunction ƒƒ Describe methods of risk assessment for dental caries their host response. There are new advances in low and must be addressed for comprehensive treatment ƒƒ Describe restorative interventions that are compatible dose doxycycline, nutrition and anti-oxidants. planning. with managing caries This course will show you how to use the new treatment This course provides the dental practitioner with a advances in periodontics for the better of your basic understanding of the relationship between the patients and your practice. You will leave with a clear components of the cervical spine, the cranium and Common Oral Lesions understanding of what to say, what to use and how to the mandible and how these components interact. Differential Diagnosis and Treatment use it. Screening techniques for the upper cervical area are covered, and guidelines provided as to when a team presented by  Gwen Cohen Brown, DDS Topics covered during this course include: approach toward treatment by the dentist and physical ƒƒ Risk based approach recommended for D H A therapist is not only optimal, but possibly imperative. ƒƒ Low dose doxycycline 8 - 11 am course code  3168 ƒƒ Nutrition Mr. Esser will also cover simple and repeatable ODA course ce credits  3 ƒƒ Obesity techniques developed over 31 years of practice for ƒƒ Oxidative stress evaluation and assessment of the components of note  Course is also offered on Friday. ƒƒ Maintenance Protocol TMJ, including both muscle and joint differential tests. With the focus of dentistry changing from restorative These quick and easy assessment techniques provide procedures to prevention of disease, oral health care reliable evaluation of the craniofacial area to allow better treatment planning. How physical therapy can work providers will find themselves in the position to identify oral disease and prevent disease progression in healthy A Better Debridement Protocol successfully in coordination with dentistry to treat these patients. Patients often present with sore irritated Maximize the Chance for Resolution patients is presented. mucosa, but the symptoms of peeling, redness and presented by  Timothy Donley, DDS, MSD At the conclusion of this course, attendees will be able to: blisters can be attributed to many different etiologies. recommended for D H ƒƒ Understand the basic relationships between cervical This course presents an easily reproducible approach spine, the cranium and TMJ to the differential diagnosis and treatment of common 1 - 4 pm course code  3172 ƒƒ Test for upper cervical dysfunction which contributes oral lesions, especially those diseases that mimic each to occlusal dysfunction ODA course ce credits  3 other. The course content focuses on the accurate and ƒƒ Differentiate between histories for patients with disc early detection and clinical management of common Every day a significant number of patients walk into displacement with reduction, without reduction, and oral epithelial and soft tissue lesions and includes up-to- dental offices with legitimate periodontal needs. In progressive DJD date information on relevant laboratory tests, emerging addition, there is confusion among clinicians on how ƒƒ Perform simple and repeatable tests for both muscular therapeutic modalities and the anticipated prognosis to achieve consistency in controlling patients’ biofilm. and joint components of the TMJ of oral disease with and without appropriate therapy. Now, more than ever, there are compelling reasons for ƒƒ Plan integrative therapy including physical therapy Topics to be covered include oral candidiasis, herpetic addressing these needs and clearing up the confusion. for your dental patients to address the cervical spine, lesions, recurrent aphthous ulcerations, geographic That is the intention of this course. suboccipital region, cranium, and TMJ tongue, lichen planus, denture associated pathologies, erythema multiforme and vesiculobullous autoimmune diseases.“Recommended for” key:  D Dentists  H  Hygienists  A  Assistants  OM  Office Managers  LT  Laboratory Technicians Saturday Courses    33
  • 36. Saturday, April 6  Courses by speaker  Local Anesthesia Oral Sedation ODEA Course 30+ Years of Hits, Misses Clinical ‘How-To’ Applications, and Near Misses Pharmacology and Controversies Bringing It All Together presented by  Larry Henderson, CPA presented by  J. Mel Hawkins, presented by J. Mel Hawkins, DDS, BScD(AN), FADSA DDS, BScD(AN), FADSA recommended for D OM recommended for D H A OM recommended for D H A OM 8 - 11 am course code  3176 8 - 11 am course code  3174 1 - 4 pm course code  3175 ODEA course ce credits  3** note  Course is also offered on Thursday. ODA course ce credits  3 ODA course ce credits  3 note  Course is also offered on Friday. note  Course is also offered on Friday. At the conclusion of this course, attendees will be able to understand basic tax, retirement, and accounting “Why do I only get a bad batch in the mandible?” Sedation is the practice builder of modern day dentistry. techniques to “bring it all together” and take control of Learn sedation pharmacology and how to apply it in the practice’s financial performance. Although mainly This presentation will discuss the reasons for the lack practice. Dr. Hawkins reveals his mistakes made over for existing dental practices, it will also benefit dentists of effective anesthesia, with emphasis on mandibular 30+ years of private practice and case reports are planning to open their own practice in the future. technique. The neuro-anatomy and histology of the shared. State Dental Board regulations will be compared pterygomandibular triangle will be reviewed to help During this course, attendees will learn: and contrasted and the questions “How do I legally enhance the understanding of the complexities of ƒƒ The importance of daily accounting to generate timely protect myself?” and “What is my professional sedation block anesthesia. Is articaine (Septocaine®) a panacea and relevant financial information and understanding fee?” will be addressed. or a problem? What’s new? Can we reverse local and analyzing these financial statements to identify anesthesia? (OraVerse®) Sodium bicarbonate addition During this course, attendees will learn: potential problems early on to L.A.? Inhalational lidocaine? Review of the pros ƒƒ To teach sedation pharmacology and how to apply it ƒƒ Using data to properly forecast monthly projections and cons of the conventional block, the Akinosi and in practice and cash flow Gow-Gates mandibular blocks; adding multi-task ƒƒ To suggest how to incorporate (or improve) sedation ƒƒ Identifying collection trends; variable, semi-variable, into a dental practice and fixed expenses; as well as likely revenue supplementation with mandibular infiltrative techniques. Dr. Hawkins will also share over 30 years of tips and ƒƒ To share consents, fees and mistakes ƒƒ The intricacies and importance of bank financing tricks, as well as mistakes he’s made, and what he’s ƒƒ Working with and determining reasonable monthly budgets learned the hard way. ƒƒ How to instruct hired professionals (including your During this course, attendees will learn: CPA) ƒƒ To understand the essential interaction between local ƒƒ Understanding and reaching your goals for your anesthesia techniques and modern pharmacology personal life in order to be happy and fulfilled ƒƒ To examine the myths and truths of local anesthesia ** his course appears to meet the Oregon Board of Dentistry’s T ƒƒ To consider new advances, techniques, legalities and requirements for CE related to practice management and patient paresthesia relations. OSP Course Schedule  Oregon Society of Periodontists (OSP) Saturday, April 6 OSP Full-Day Course 8 am – 11 am Mealey, DDS, MS Brian The Oral-Systemic Connection in Daily Dental Practice Your Patients Are Asking About It; What Are You Telling Them? The Oral-Systemic presented by  Brian Mealey, DDS, MS Connection in Daily recommended for D H Dental Practice 8 am - 4 pm course code  3179 9 :30 am – 1:30 pm Exhibit Hall Open OSP course ce credits  6 11 am – 1 pm Lunch on your own From the New England Journal of Medicine to Ladies Home Journal, the last two decades have seen an explosion of published information related to the interactions between oral and systemic health. 1 – 4 pm Mealey, DDS, MS, Brian Our patients are reading and hearing this information, and they want to know how it relates to their own health. Dentists and dental hygienists need to be able to use current evidence to discuss these continued links with patients. This lecture will review the links between oral health and commonly encountered systemic conditions such as osteoporosis, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, and pregnancy. The purpose of the lecture is to translate knowledge gleaned from medical and dental research into the everyday world of clinical dental practice. At the conclusion of this course, attendees will be able to: ƒƒ Discuss the emerging concepts of periodontal diseases as they relate to other inflammatory diseases ƒƒ Understand the influences of systemic conditions such as immune compromise, diabetes and osteoporosis on periodontal health ƒƒ Know how inflammatory periodontal diseases may impact systemic well-being, including cardiovascular health, the clinical course of diabetes, and pregnancy outcomes34    Saturday Courses note on ce credits  The number of continuing education credits for each course is equal to the number of hours for that course. No partial credit will be awarded.
  • 37. Courses by Speaker   Saturday, april 6 ODAA Course Get Fit, Get Smart What’s that on Your Face? Boost Your Dental Brain Power! The Role of the Dental Team in Forensic Odontology Recognizing and Diagnosing presented by  Uche Odiatu, DMD A Primer recommended for D H A OM LT Facial Skin Lesions presented by  Gary Heyamoto, DDS 8 - 11 am course code  3180 presented by Daniel Petrisor, DMD, MD recommended for D H A ODA course ce credits  3* recommended for D H A 8 - 11 am course code  3177 Could you be smarter in as little as 60 minutes? Of 1 - 3 pm course code  3181 ODAA course ce credits  3 course you can! Maximize your brain potential with some ODA course ce credits  2 What is forensic odontology and how can it play a simple activities and NEW nutrition strategies to age- role in your practice? Identifying unknown victims proof your mind and have some fun in the process. There Skin cancer is the most common and fastest growing and interpreting crime scene evidence are important is revolutionary new research that points to physical cancer in the United States today. The increase is most responsibilities a licensed dentist can provide, but exercise as one of the best ways for people to boost their pronounced for the most serious type of skin cancer, so are helping to find missing children and runaway mental muscle. With 500 trillion synaptic connections, melanoma. The exact cause for this increase is not teens. The importance of keeping accurate dental your brain is one of the most powerful machines in the known, but it is likely related to increased sun exposure, records and knowing what information is critical can world. These influential connections create your thoughts an increase in indoor tanning facilities and an increased assist authorities do their jobs. Dentists will need to drive emotions, and control behaviors. rate of detection. play important active and passive roles during mass As dental practitioners, we are in an ideal position to Most people would love to enhance their brain power, disasters too. This course will outline the dentist’s identify skin cancers early and have a significant impact but many watch for signs of decline with every phone responsibility to society and how they can get involved on patient treatment outcomes. number or patient’s name forgotten. New research with their local police/coroner. reveals the best active living strategies to promote the At the conclusion of this course, attendees will be able At the end of this course, attendees will be able to growth of new nerves and uphold existing neural links. to: identify key elements of accurate record keeping. ƒƒ Identify skin types and various risk factors for skin Dentist and team, MAXIMIZE your brain potential while Knowledge of what is essential can lead to assisting the cancer learning about easy activities to age-proof your mind medical examiner and/or coroners in the morgue. ƒƒ Know the signs and symptoms of skin cancer and discovering what to feed it. And, above all, have some fun in the process. ƒƒ Know the differences between skin cancer types, namely: Basal Cell Carcinoma, Squamous Cell ODAA Course During this course, attendees will learn: Carcinoma, and Melanoma ƒƒ The value of physical fitness to improve mental ƒƒ Know the ABCs of pigmented lesions Tanner Appliances functions ƒƒ Know the best ways to prevent skin cancer Occlusally Adjusted Nightguards ƒƒ Improve your ability to remember patients’ names ƒƒ Enjoyable activities to do in your daily huddle to boost presented by Gary Heyamoto, DDS alertness and team building Advanced Anterior Esthetics recommended for D H A ƒƒ To identify foods you must reduce or limit for healthy brain functioning presented by  Stephen Poss, DDS 1 - 4 pm course code  3178 ƒƒ The top brain foods to eat at lunch for optimal mental recommended for D H A ODAA course ce credits  3 functioning ƒƒ How to look forward to healthy aging and a long, 8 - 11 am course code  3182 Nightguards are not all created equal. In fact, most rewarding career are just devices attached to the maxillary arch that ODA course ce credits  3 ƒƒ How to connect and better understand your patients prevent tooth to tooth contact, with no coordinating sponsored, in part, by Dentsply Caulk with dementia, Alzheimer’s, etc. occlusal plan or design. TM joint position is never This lecture will discuss all aspects of anterior * his course DOES NOT appear to meet the Oregon Board of T considered. A complete understanding of joint anatomy, Dentistry’s CE requirements. aesthetics. This will include direct Class IV composites muscle interaction and tooth position can often explain and an expedient technique for placing direct veneers dysfunction and discomfort. A nightguard that takes aesthetically. joint position and elimination of posterior interferences into consideration can yield anterior guidance. Learn There will be discussion on when to veneer a tooth over how a simple appliance can relieve pain and protect providing an all-ceramic crown. Various preparation both the teeth and joint. designs will be shown as well as the different types of restorative materials. The last portion of the morning will At the end of this course, attendees will be able to entail the process of creating beautiful provisionals as fabricate and adjust a functional flat plane appliance. well as proper cementation techniques. This will include Participants will be able to recognize signs and a discussion on comparing total-etch techniques verses symptoms of occlusal dysfunction and know when and self-etch techniques. how an appliance can help. During this course, attendees will learn: ƒƒ Proper layering of anterior composites ƒƒ Preparation of a veneer and an all-ceramic crown ƒƒ Quick easy aesthetic provisionals ƒƒ Proper cementation techniques total-etch vs. self-etch Course Handouts Handouts will not be printed for distribution on-site. Course handouts will be available online at www.oregondental.org two weeks prior to the conference. If you wish to have ODC handouts available for reference during courses, please be sure to download them in advance.“Recommended for” key:  D Dentists  H  Hygienists  A  Assistants  OM  Office Managers  LT  Laboratory Technicians Saturday Courses    35
  • 38. Saturday, April 6  Courses by speaker  Advanced Posterior Esthetics Dynamic Oral Care Therapies ODEA Course presented by  Stephen Poss, DDS presented by  Beth Thompson, RDH, BS, FACE, OM How to Wow Now recommended for D H A Jaw-Dropping Service Excellence! 1 - 4 pm course code  3183 recommended for D H A OM presented by  Kelli Vrla, CSP ODA course ce credits  3 1 - 4 pm course code  3185 recommended for D H A OM LT sponsored, in part, by Dentsply Caulk ODA course ce credits  3** sponsored, in part, by Procter Gamble 8 - 11 am course code  3188 This lecture will focus on a broad spectrum of adhesive dentistry. There will be discussion on the total-etch ODEA course ce credits  3** Beth Thompson understands the difficulties facing technique versus the self-etch technique contrasting clinicians today. Her focus is on clinical skill confidence This interactive and entertaining program equips you the pros and cons of each. This will also include a quick and communication tools that ease the challenges of with hit-the-ground-running, practical skills and the effective way to place a direct class II composite that disease management. “Work smart” and you’ll enjoy desire to serve up WOW NOW helpings of patient care, will be virtually undetectable in the mouth without any the reward of successful management of dental disease while you keep your day on-track. This festive and fun post-operative sensitivity. Dr. Poss will have a thorough and be less likely to suffer burnout and frustration as presentation will engage and delight you with fresh-look discussion on various types of resin cements including you develop preventive, proactive resources within your tools to reach new heights in patient satisfaction and the self-etching cements and their indications. team. staff stress-relief, ultimately boosting your bottom line. The lecture will also incorporate the latest in laboratory- Ms. Thompson shows you how to assimilate team During this course, attendees will learn to: fabricated materials including inlays, onlays, all-ceramic communication with the advancements in diagnosis and ƒƒ Enhance patient and staff relations and build a wealth crowns and the and the most ideal ceramic material that treatment into practical, predictable, rewarding patient of referrals can be utilized for each clinical situation. care. Build your confidence, meet the challenge and ƒƒ Customize appreciation During this course, attendees will learn: enjoy the rewards! ƒƒ Manage even the hardest-to-please people in your world ƒƒ The indications of total-etch versus self-etch During this course, attendees will learn: ƒƒ Create rapport and increase productivity and practice ƒƒ Materials that can be cemented with self-etch resins ƒƒ To diagnose aggressively and treat conservatively the art of smooth recovery when folks aren’t always ƒƒ Proper preparation design that will allow for a long ƒƒ Communication skills that work for you to gain happy campers lasting restorations productive results for your patients and your team ƒƒ Stay cool amidst the chaos. Keep moving transactions ƒƒ The indications for each porcelain material ƒƒ How to reduce over treatment with a new twist on forward—despite challenges and set-backs science you thought you already knew ** his course appears to meet the Oregon Board of Dentistry’s T ƒƒ How to incorporate new information and treatments requirements for CE related to practice management and patient Exploring Sleep Apnea, the with confidence relations. Role of the Dental Team ** his course appears to meet the Oregon Board of Dentistry’s T requirements for CE related to practice management and patient presented by  Beth Thompson, relations. ODEA Course RDH, BS, FACE, OM Team Building Best Practices recommended for D H A OM CPR for the Health Care Provider How to Play Nice in the Sandbox and 8 - 11 am course code  3184 presented by  Mary Ann Vaughan, Fire Up Your Team on All Cylinders! ODA course ce credits  3* RN, CEN, BSN presented by  Kelli Vrla, CSP sponsored, in part, by Procter Gamble recommended for D H A OM LT recommended for D H A OM LT Sleep apnea is a vastly under diagnosed health concern. 8 - 11:30 am (repeats) course code  3186 1 - 4 pm course code  3189 Medically acceptable care for SDB patients can be a vital and valuable part of dental practice. This course 12:30 - 4 pm course code  3187 ODEA course ce credits  3** illustrates how to effectively assess the manifestations ODA course ce credits  3.5 Your team is by far your practice’s most valuable asset. of sleep apnea, patient referral protocols for medical course limit  50 participants Each team member needs to be accountable and work diagnosis, how to work with the medical team, note  Course is also offered on Thursday and Friday. toward common goals to best serve the patient. This assessment tools, therapies, terminology, and special fast-moving, festive session will help you and/or your note  Free with ODC registration, but attendees MUST situation needs. team learn how to improve synergy and boost practice preregister for this course. During this course, attendees will learn: success by: This is an American Heart Association class ƒƒ Knowing how best to deal with different personalities ƒƒ How to evaluate patients for sleep apnea and refer for diagnosis; make it an integral part of your health emphasizing the CABs of resuscitation, including ƒƒ Learning how to work through and tame team tension assessment rescue breathing, use of bag-valve mask, AED, CPR ƒƒ Ratchet up the ROI on team meetings so they become ƒƒ The impact of sleep apnea on health, safety and and foreign body airway removal for all age groups. The productive work sessions (instead of a huge time productivity workshop will include written and skills evaluations. wasters and energy drainers) ƒƒ Sleep Apnea diagnosis must be handled by medical Re-certification is for two years. ** his course appears to meet the Oregon Board of Dentistry’s T sleep professionals, once diagnosed, patients may requirements for CE related to practice management and patient choose dental therapy Please Note: The American Heart Association requires relations. ƒƒ How to incorporate treatment and measure successful that each attendee who registers to attend this course, therapy of sleep disordered breathing (SDB) with the purchase and bring the following CPR book to class: patient’s medical team 90-1038 BLS for Healthcare Providers Student Manual ƒƒ Oral manifestations of sleep apnea, recognition and available from the following dealers: www.laerdal.com, Keep up to date with the latest buzz home care suggestions. www.channing-bete.com and www.eworldpoint.com. before the meeting, the latest talk * his course DOES NOT appear to meet the Oregon Board of T and conference changes during the Dentistry’s CE requirements. meeting, and recaps after the meeting by following @ODAPrez. If you are tweeting about the conference, be sure to use #ODC2013.36    Saturday Courses note on ce credits  The number of continuing education credits for each course is equal to the number of hours for that course. No partial credit will be awarded.
  • 39. Speaker BiographiesDavid Ahearn, DDS Joel Berg, DDS, MS Donald CallAn, DDS Dr. Ahearn is first and foremost a full time Dr. Berg is dean of the Univ. of Dr. Callan, a periodontist, is a graduate practicing dentist. Trained in prosthetics Washington School of Dentistry. He is a of the Univ. of Arkansas with a BS in at the Univ. of Michigan, Dr. Ahearn, like professor in the department of pediatric Business Administration and Marketing. many of us, struggled to reconcile the dentistry and the Lloyd and Kay Chapman He received his DDS degree and desire for the utmost quality with the Chair for Oral Health. Dr. Berg is a board- certificate in periodontics from the Univ. requirements for practice success. His certified pediatric dentist and president of Missouri at Kansas City. The author discovery and application of the principles of the American Academy of Pediatric of more than 60 publications, he is anof the Toyota Production System to dentistry in the early 90s Dentistry for 2012–13. Dr. Berg previously held positions as active member of the American Academy of Periodontologybegan a quality and productivity revolution that is at the heart chair of pediatric dentistry at the UW from 2003–12 and as and the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, a Fellowof his design work. He is the founder of Design/Ergonomics, Vice President of Clinical Affairs at Philips Oral Healthcare with the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, Fellow ofthe nation’s largest independent dental office design firm, and from 2000–03. He is the author of Early Childhood Oral the International College of Dentists, and a Diplomate of thehas held faculty positions at both the Univ. of Michigan and Health, and numerous works on dental restorative materials International Congress of Oral Implantology. He is active staffNYU’s College of Dentistry. for children. His research interests include dental caries at the Univ. of Arkansas Medical Sciences, division of plasticConflict of Interest Disclosure: Dr. Ahearn has prevention programs using risk assessment models and early surgery/cleft palate team, Arkansas Children’s Hospital, asfinancial or other personal interests of some nature in Design/ childhood oral health. He conducts clinical trials evaluating well as past assistant professor in the department of graduateErgonomics. restorative materials and caries management in children. periodontics at the Univ. of Oklahoma; past chairman of the dental advisory committee of the American Red Cross Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None Tissue Services, Dental Division. Dr. Callan’s private practice,Samuel Barry, DMD which is limited to periodontics with an emphasis on tissue Dr. Barry received his dental degree Patrick Braatz regeneration and implant dentistry, is located in Little Rock, from OHSU School of Dentistry in 1982 Mr. Braatz is executive director of Arkansas. and maintained a private general dental the Oregon Board of Dentistry. Prior Conflict of Interest Disclosure: Dr. Callan has practice in Pendleton, Oregon for 15 to accepting this position, he was financial or other personal interests of some nature in PerioSeal. years. He was an instructor in the Blue administrator of the Division of Health for Mountain Community College dental the Wisconsin Department of Regulation assistant program for over 20 years. and Licensing. Mr. Braatz was responsible Gwen Cohen Brown, DDSDr. Barry is currently a field sales consultant with Henry Researcher, educator, and lecturer, for 13 health-regulated boards andSchein Dental, based in Pendleton, OR. In 2006, he was Dr. Brown is an associate professor in councils, including the Wisconsin Dentistry Examining Board.certified by Health Professions Training Consultants, Inc., as the dental hygiene department, NYCCT,an OSHA Trainer and has presented over 200 classes on Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None CUNY. Dr. Brown graduated from NYUCDOSHA-WISHA Compliance and Bloodborne Pathogens. He in 1988, followed by a residency in oralis a member of the ADA, the ODA, Eastern Oregon Dental Terri Bradley and maxillofacial pathology at New YorkSociety, and the American Academy of Oral Systemic Health. Hospital Medical Center of Queens and Ms. Bradley’s extensive hands-onHis class has been recommended by both NORDIC and DBIC a sub-specialty fellowship at Brooklyn Downstate Medical experience (25 years), includingInsurance Companies as an important component of overall College. Dr. Brown is a Fellow in the Academy of Oral and management of a multi-doctor oral andpractice risk management. Maxillofacial Pathology, the dental expert for the oral health maxillofacial surgery practice, laid theConflict of Interest Disclosure: Dr. Barry has financial foundation for her current success as community on WebMD, and faculty at the NY/NJ AETCor other personal interests of some nature in Henry Schein Dental. a practice management speaker and NYSDOH/AIDS Institute. Dr. Brown has lectured and published consultant. She keeps her finger on the extensively on HIV/AIDS, common oral lesions, infection pulse of current policy updates and changes in the insurance control, and oral cancer.Steven Beadnell, DMD Dr. Beadnell is a board-certified oral and industry, as she continues to work with dental offices daily. Ms. Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None maxillofacial surgeon who has been in Bradley is a member of the Academy of Dental Management private practice in Portland since 1991. Consultants, Speaking Consulting Network, Directory of Dental Speakers and the Medical Group Management Robert Convissar, DDS, FAGD He is an adjunct associate professor in Association. She developed and presented a popular seven- Dr. Convissar is a pioneer in laser the department of oral and maxillofacial part webinar series with Insurance Solutions newsletter on dentistry. One of the first dentists to surgery at OHSU School of Dentistry. medical billing for dental practices. incorporate lasers into general practice, Dr. Beadnell received his DMD degree Dr. Convissar has over two decades offrom OHSU School of Dentistry in 1980. He completed his Conflict of Interest Disclosure: Ms. Bradley has experience with CO2, Nd.YAG, Diode andoral and maxillofacial surgery residency at David Grant USAF financial or other personal interests of some nature in Terri Bradley Consulting and Insurance Solutions Newsletter. Erbium wavelengths. The author of 16Medical Center in 1988. He lectures extensively to various peer reviewed papers and four textbooksdental groups throughout the Northwest. on lasers, Dr. Convissar has presented over 300 seminars onConflict of Interest Disclosure: None five continents. He practices cosmetic, restorative, and laser dentistry in New York City, where he serves as director of laser dentistry at NY Hospital. Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None Register online at www.oregondental.org.  Early bird pricing through March 1, 2013 Speaker Biographies  ▪  37
  • 40. Speaker Biographies Harold Crossley, DDS, MS, PhD Timothy Donley, DDS, MSD Jack Ferracane, PhD Dr. Crossley is professor emeritus at the Dr. Donley is currently in the private Dr. Ferracane currently holds the position Univ. of Maryland Dental School. A native practice of periodontics and implantology of professor and chair of restorative of Rhode Island, Dr. Crossley received in Bowling Green, KY. After graduating dentistry, and division director of a BS degree in pharmacy from the Univ. from the Univ. of Notre Dame, biomaterials and biomechanics at OHSU. of Rhode Island in 1964. He later was Georgetown Univ. School of Dentistry and Dr. Ferracane received a PhD in biological awarded the MS (1970) and doctorate completing a general practice residency, materials from Northwestern Univ. He is a degrees (1972) in pharmacology. The he practiced general dentistry. He then founding fellow and past-President of the Univ. of Maryland Dental School in Baltimore awarded returned to Indiana Univ. where he received his masters Academy of Dental Materials. Dr. Ferracane is a past-president Dr. Crossley a DDS degree in 1980. Dr. Crossley has degree in periodontics. Dr. Donley is the former editor of the of the dental materials group of the IADR. He is associate co-authored a number of articles and four books dealing with Journal of the Kentucky Dental Association and is an adjunct editor of the Journal of Dental Research and Odontology. He a variety of topics within the field of pharmacology. He is an professor of periodontics at Western Kentucky Univ. He is has published and lectured extensively on dental materials. active member of Phi Kappa Phi, Omicron Kappa Upsilon a lecturer with the ADA Seminar Series. Dentistry Today His research is funded by the NIH/NIDCR as well as private honorary dental society, the American College of Dentists, recently listed him among its leaders in continuing education. industry. He has provided continuing education at annual and International College of Dentists. He was the recipient of He lectures and publishes frequently on topics of interest to meetings of dental associations across the world. the 2008 Gordon Christensen Lecturer Recognition award clinical dentists and hygienists. Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None presented by the Chicago Dental Society. He has been a Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None consultant for the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and other law enforcement agencies since 1974. Carol Gardner, Author and Creator, Conflict of Interest Disclosure: Dr. Crossley is an Terri Erickson, CDA Zelda Wisdom, Inc. Ms. Erickson graduated from North As seen on Oprah, Good Morning author for Lexicomp Publishing Company. Pacific Dental College in 1979. She has America, the Today Show, CNBC’s worked in private practice for most of Power Lunch and The Martha Stewart B. Gail Demko, DMD her career. She has been a volunteer for Show to name a few, Ms. Gardner is an Dr. Demko started her career in Medical Teams International mobile dental author, entrepreneur and creator of Zelda dental treatment of OSA at Beth Israel vans for the past nine years, has been Wisdom, Inc. The mastermind behind Deaconess Medical Center in 1989. In on six international dental mission trips, Zelda Wisdom, Inc., Ms. Gardner started her company in the 1997, she was the first dentist in the U.S. and is currently a member of the Medical Teams International middle of her living room with 24 greeting cards featuring an to limit her practice to the treatment of dental advisory board. English Bulldog she named Zelda. Within six months, over OSA. She became the expert advisor one million cards had been sold. Today Zelda Wisdom is an Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None to the FDA in the area of oral appliance international business with licensees around the world. Ms. therapy in 2004 and has been active in professional groups Gardner is author of 13 books and was featured in Chicken for some time. At present, she is president of the AADSM, a Bill Esser, PT, MS, CCTT Soup for the Entrepreneur’s Soul: Advice and Inspiration for member of the Board of Directors of the Massachusetts Sleep Mr. Esser is a certified cervical and Fulfilling Dreams. Society, on the editorial board of the Journal of Sleep and temporomandibular therapist, as well as a Conflict of Interest Disclosure: Ms. Gardner has Breathing and holds the distinction of having the first certified diplomate of the Physical Therapy Board financial or other personal interests of some nature in Zelda dental sleep medicine office in New England. She continues to of Craniofacial and Cervical Therapeutics. Wisdom, Inc. practice full-time in Weston, MA. Mr. Esser is the only CCTT Diplomate in Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None Oregon. There are only 38 diplomates worldwide. Mr. Esser has over 30 years of Alyssa Garner, BS, RDH, EPDH clinical experience working with TMJ patients and is a partner Ms. Garner earned her BS in dental Thomas Dodson, DMD, MPH at Jackson County Physical Therapy in Medford, OR. Over hygiene from Pacific Univ. School Dr. Dodson is an attending oral and the past three years he has taught for the Oregon Physical of Dental Health Science. While in maxillofacial surgeon and director of the Therapy Association on TMJ dysfunction, co-taught with John school, she worked with Medical Teams Center for Applied Clinical Investigation in Van der Werff, DDS, on “Management of the Acute Close International to develop oral health the department of oral and maxillofacial Locked Patient” to dental organizations in Oregon. In 2011 education materials in English and surgery (OMS) at Massachusetts General Mr. Esser presented “The Interrelationship of the Cranium, Spanish. She completed a restorative Hospital and professor of OMS at Harvard Cervical Spine, and Occlusion” at the national meeting for the internship with Virginia Garcia Memorial Dental Clinic and School of Dental Medicine (HSDM). He OBI Foundation for Bioesthetic Dentistry in Dallas, Texas. He currently teaches restorative part-time. She works with received his dental degree at HSDM and Masters of Public works actively in a team approach with dentists, oral surgeons Northwest Family Services as an expanded practice dental Health at Harvard School of Public Health. He competed his and orthodontists in Southern Oregon in the care of patients hygienist providing care to underserved individuals. She OMS training at Univ. of California, San Francisco (UCSF). with craniomandibular dysfunction. has been volunteering with MTI in Washington and Oregon After residency training, he completed a dental public health since 2010. Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None residency and a NIH-funded fellowship in clinical epidemiology Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None at UCSF. Dr. Dodson believes that patients are our partners in discovery. As such, his research interests lie primarily in outcomes research devoted to topics of interest to the specialty and developing and promoting evidence-based clinical decision-making. Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None38  ▪  Speaker Biographies April 4–6, 2013  ▪  Oregon Convention Center
  • 41. Speaker BiographiesStacy Geisler, DDS, PhD J. Mel Hawkins, DDS, BScD(AN), FADSA Gary Heyamoto, DDS Dr. Geisler is Oregon’s first female board Dr. Hawkins graduated from the Dr. Heyamoto, a 1980 graduate of UW certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon. Univ. of Toronto, Faculty of Dentistry School of Dentistry, is in full time general With over 20 years of surgical experience, with his DDS degree in 1973 and practice in Bothell, WA. As a forensic she has developed a reputation for returned for his formal training in dental committee member since 1983, he has providing outstanding surgical care for anesthesiology at the same university been an active participant in identifying Oregonians, both in a hospital setting at from 1975–1976. He currently directs human remains in Snohomish County. Providence St. Vincent Medical Center, the IV sedation certification program He has been recognized professionallyand in her private practice in Lake Oswego. Also trained as a in eastern Canada. He has 30+ years of private practice with fellowships in the AGD, International College of Dentists,scientist, Dr. Geisler currently serves as an evidence-based experience in Toronto, Canada, with special emphasis on American College of Dentists, Pierre Fauchard Society andreviewer for the ADA. In that capacity, she authors critical pain control and patient management and various local the Academy of Dentists International, along with a mastershipsummaries for dentists and patients on current technology anesthesia requirements for the dental patient. Dr. Hawkins is in the AGD and two lifelong learner and service awards.and practice standards. Dr. Geisler serves also as a peer board certified as a Diplomate of the American Dental Board Dr. Heyamoto is currently on the WSDA board of directors, isreviewer for journals such as The Lancet and the Journal of of Anesthesiologists and is a Fellow of the American Dental AGD’s Region 11 Trustee and is CDE Chair of WAGD.Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Her most recent publication can Society of Anesthesiology. He holds honorary fellowships in Conflict of Interest Disclosure: Nonebe found in the Journal of the American Dental Association. the International College of Dentists and the Pierre Fauchard Academy.Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None Christine Hovliaras, RDH, BS, MBA, CDE Ms. Hovliaras is president of ProfessionalDianne Glasscoe Watterson, Savvy, LLC, an oral care consulting, RDH, BS, MBA Larry Henderson, CPA professional marketing, career consulting Ms. Glasscoe Watterson is an award- Mr. Henderson has over 30 years of and continuing education company in winning author, speaker, and consultant. diverse and extensive accounting and New Jersey. Ms. Hovliaras has over 29 She has authored hundreds of articles for financial experience and specializes in years of experience in clinical, educational, professional journals and two textbook the dental industry. With expertise in dental research, sales training, chapters in Foundations of Periodontics tax, audit, and general accounting, he professional sales, marketing and relations. Ms. Hovliaras for the Dental Hygienist. Additionally, Ms. has worked for Deloitte, an international was editor-in-chief from 2005–2008 and editor emeritusGlasscoe Watterson has authored two books, Manage Your CPA firm, and has overseen financial from 2009–2010 of Access Magazine for the AmericanPractice Well, and The Consummate Dental Hygienist. She was operations for a variety of businesses. In Oregon since Dental Hygienists’ Association. She has received manyhonored by Dentsply® as a “Distinguished Dental Professional” 2003, Mr. Henderson worked for a dental CPA firm in honors, including: the National Association of Professionalin 2005 and Colgate® in 2009 and 2010 as a “Key Opinion Salem and then later built his team of financial experts Women VIP Division 2011–2012 “Professional Woman ofLeader.” Dianne has been chosen as a “Top Clinician in experienced with dental tax and accounting. Henderson CPAs the Year for Outstanding Leadership and Commitment withinSpeaking and Consulting” by Dentistry Today every year since is located in Portland. He is married, has one daughter and the Dental Profession,” 2009 NJDHA Carol King Award,2006. a granddaughter on the way, Mr. Henderson enjoys travel, 2008 Certification as a Dental Editor, 2006 Sigma Phi Alpha fishing, and hunting with his dogs. honorary member, and a 2005 Recipient of the Pfizer/ADHAConflict of Interest Disclosure: None Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None Award of Excellence in Dental Hygiene. Conflict of Interest Disclosure: Ms. Hovliaras hasHenry Gremillion, DDS financial or other personal interests of some nature in Professional Dr. Gremillion is a 1977 graduate of Niki Henson, RDA, AS Savvy, LLC, and its publications. Louisiana State Univ. School of Dentistry. Ms. Henson is the president of He maintained a private general dental Cornerstone Dental Academy where she practice for 12 years, and then completed authored the curriculum and provides David Howerton, DMD continuing education. She is a national Dr. Howerton is a board-certified oral and a two-year fellowship in craniofacial pain and international speaker, holds a degree maxillofacial surgeon practicing in Albany and dysfunction at the Univ. of Florida in science, and is a Registered Dental and Salem. He is an associate professor College of Dentistry. He served as director Assistant with over 20 years experience in the department of oral and maxillofacialof the Parker E. Mahan Facial Pain Center and directed a in the dental field. Ms. Henson is a member of the American surgery at the OHSU School of Dentistry.fellowship program in orofacial pain from 1992–2008. He Dental Assistants Association, and has served on the ADAA’s He graduated from OHSU School ofcurrently serves as dean at Louisiana State Univ. School of Council on Education. She has authored numerous articles, Dentistry in 1983 and completed aDentistry. He has lectured extensively in the U.S. and abroad dental assistant books, and is published in many dental general practice residency at Loma Linda Medical Centerand has authored/co-authored numerous scientific articles, journals. Ms. Henson received the “Woman of Distinction” in 1984. He completed his oral and maxillofacial surgeryabstracts, and book chapters in the field of orofacial pain. award for her passion, ethics, and commitment to dental residency at OHSU in 1988.Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None education. Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None Register online at www.oregondental.org.  Early bird pricing through March 1, 2013 Speaker Biographies  ▪  39
  • 42. Speaker Biographies Ginny Jorgensen, CDA, EFDA, Rebecca Kuperstein, DDS, MPH, MS Louis Malcmacher, DDS, MAGD EFODA, AAS Dr. Kuperstein is a board certified Dr. Malcmacher is a practicing general Ms. Jorgensen has been employed as an specialist in orthodontics. Dr. Kuperstein dentist in Bay Village, Ohio, and an orthodontic and chairside assistant, dental earned her dental degree and MPH internationally known lecturer and training specialist and a clinical instructor from the Ohio State Univ. She earned author, known for his comprehensive at Portland Community College’s dental her certificate in orthodontics and MS at and entertaining style. Dr. Malcmacher assisting program. She is an approved OHSU. Dr. Kuperstein maintains a private has served as a spokesman for the bloodborne pathogens speaker for the practice in Portland. AGD, as a consultant to the council of National Association of Dental Laboratories, has co-published Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None dental practice of the ADA, and is president of the American several infection control articles, with Dr. Charles Palenik, and Academy of Facial Esthetics. Dr. Malcmacher has been named is a board of trustee member of the Dental Auxillary Learning as a leader in continuing education by Dentistry Today for the Education Foundation. Ms. Jorgensen is a partner of Smith Harvey Levy, DMD, MAGD 14th straight year. For over three decades, Dr. Malcmacher Jorgensen Dental Consultants, a firm which promotes the Dr. Levy is in private general dental has inspired his audiences to truly enjoy doing dentistry by health and safety of all dental professionals through education practice in Frederick, Maryland, where providing the knowledge necessary for excellent clinical and training on the subjects of OSHA bloodborne pathogens he offers comprehensive treatment and practice management. His group dental practice has and ergonomics. emphasizing dental care for individuals maintained a 45% overhead since 1988. with anxiety or special needs. Dr. Levy Conflict of Interest Disclosure: Ms. Jorgensen has Conflict of Interest Disclosure: Dr. Malcmacher has financial or other personal interests of some nature in Smith has treated 1,500 patients while asleep in financial or other personal interests of some nature in Common Jorgensen Dental Consultants. the operating room, and administered oral Sense Dentistry and American Academy of Facial Esthetics. sedation during 32,000 patient visits to his office. He is ACLS certified, holds a Class I sedation permit, and was a BCLS Gabriel Kennedy, DMD instructor-trainer for the American Heart Association. Dr. Levy Judy Kay Mausolf Dr. Kennedy is a board-certified oral and has earned mastership and three Lifelong Learning Service Ms. Mausolf’s speaking and coaching maxillofacial surgeon practicing in Albany Recognition awards by the Academy of General Dentistry focus on developing leadership, and Salem, Oregon. He graduated from along with eight fellowships, four diplomate certificates, and broadening mindsets, elevating attitude, the Univ. of Connecticut School of Dental board certification in integrative medicine. His work with and strengthening communication skills Medicine in 2004. He completed his oral anxious and special-needs patients earned him the AGD to build happy, healthy, high performing and maxillofacial surgery residency at Humanitarian Award, the ADA Access to Care Award, the doctor/team/patient relationships. She Gundersen Lutheran Medical Center in Maryland governor’s Doctor of the Year Award, and was a is president of the National Speakers LaCrosse, Wisconsin in 2008. 2002 Olympic torch runner. Dr. Levy is also a US Martial Arts Association, Minnesota Chapter (2012–13), national study club director for the American Association of Dental Office Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None Black Belt Hall of Fame inductee. Managers, winner of the coveted “Spotlight-on-Speaking” Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None award, and a member of the National Speakers Association, Paul Kleinstub, DDS Speaking Consulting Network, Academy of Dental Dr. Kleinstub is currently chief investigator Samuel Low, DDS, MS, Med Management Consultants. She is author of Rise Shine: An and dental director for the Oregon Board Dr. Low is professor emeritus, Univ. of Evolutionary Journey to Get Out of Your Way and On Your Way of Dentistry. He has served the board in Florida and associate faculty of the to Success. various capacities since 1990. Previously, Pankey Institute with 30 years of practice Conflict of Interest Disclosure: Ms. Mausolf has Dr. Kleinstub served 20 years in the US in periodontics and implants. He is past financial or other personal interests of some nature in Smile Air Force as a dentist, retiring with the president of the American Academy Shine Bands and Rise Shine book. rank of colonel. He was also briefly in of Periodontology and Florida Dental private practice before moving to Oregon from Idaho. Association, was named Dentist of the Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None Year by the FDA, distinguished alumnus by the Univ. of Texas, and received the Gordon Christensen Lecturer Recognition. Conflict of Interest Disclosure: Dr. Low has financial or other personal interests of some nature in Florida Probe, Inc. Visit the Exhibit Hall for FREE! Saturday, April 6  9:30 am – 1:30 pm Are you an ODA member who wants to attend the Exhibit Hall only? We’ll give you a free pass on Saturday, April 6, to visit over 200 exhibiting companies! Advance registration not available. To take advantage of this special offer, visit the onsite registration area in Pre-Function A of the Oregon Convention Special Offer For ODA Member Dentists! Center on Saturday, April 6. Offer only available to ODA member dentists.40  ▪  Speaker Biographies April 4–6, 2013  ▪  Oregon Convention Center
  • 43. Speaker BiographiesIan McNickle, MBA Stephen Poss, DDS Terry Sand Mr. McNickle is a partner at WEO Media Dr. Poss graduated from the Univ. of An improvisational expert, television where he leads their sales, marketing and Tennessee College of Dentistry in 1983. personality and keynote speaker, Ms. business development activities. Ian has Dr. Poss has directed numerous live Sand can help your company invigorate developed significant expertise in online patient continuums at various teaching morale, communicate more effectively marketing, search engine optimization, institutes. Dr. Poss is currently the clinical and understand the value of fun at work. search engine marketing, social media, director at The Center for Exceptional With over a dozen years of experience and online reputation management. Practices in Cleveland, Ohio. He is also speaking to some of the premierMr. McNickle speaks nationally to dental societies, study on the editorial team of the Reality Publishing Co. Dr. Poss companies in the U.S., Ms. Sand is widely recognized forclubs, and conducts numerous seminars and webinars on lectures internationally on esthetic dentistry, sleep apnea her improvisational comedy and team-building programs inthese topics. In addition, his articles have been published and TMD. He is an active consultant to several dental business. Through humor, participants learn how to applyin various dental publications both regionally and nationally. manufacturers in the area of new product development and improv skills to improve their communication with teamMr. McNickle brings over 17 years combined experience refinement. He has had numerous articles published in most of members, colleagues, and clients. The games also serve as ain technology, sales and marketing, business development the leading dental journals. He maintains a cosmetic oriented way to demonstrate methods that enhance skills and abilitiesand operations. He has a BS in mechanical engineering restorative practice in Brentwood, Tennessee. in customer service, sales, and marketing, and to increasefrom Washington State Univ. and an MBA from the Univ. of Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None productivity and profitability.Washington. Conflict of Interest Disclosure: NoneConflict of Interest Disclosure: Mr. McNickle hasfinancial or other personal interests of some nature in WEO Media. Betsy Reynolds, RDH, MS Armed with degrees in dental hygiene Christine Sedgley, MDS, and oral biology, Ms. Reynolds presents MDSc, FRACDS,Brian Mealey, DDS, MS scientifically-based dental and dental MRACDS(ENDO), PhD Dr. Mealey is professor and graduate hygiene continuing education programs Dr. Sedgley is associate professor program director in the department of nationally and internationally. Avidly and chair of endodontology at OHSU. periodontics at the Univ. of Texas Health committed to making the dental sciences She received her BDS, MDS, MDSc Science Center at San Antonio. He is understandable and relevant, she devotes (Endodontics), FRACDS and MRACDS a director of the American Board of time and energy to publishing articles and book chapters (ENDO) qualifications in Australia. She Periodontology. Dr. Mealey has published designed to enlighten and inspire clinicians. Her continuing earned her PhD in oral microbiology from the Univ. of Hong two textbooks and approximately 100 education presentations include a variety of topics involving Kong, and received her advanced specialty educationarticles and abstracts in the scientific literature. He maintains the biologic basis for oral and systemic disease prevention, certificate in endodontics from the Univ. of Michigan. Shean active clinical practice in periodontics and implant dentistry. microbiological and immunological aspects of oral disease, is a Diplomate of the American Board of Endodontics. AtConflict of Interest Disclosure: None implications of stress on oral and systemic health, oral OHSU, Dr. Sedgley has a microbiology research laboratory pathological concerns, oral piercing and body modification for the study of microorganisms associated with infections considerations in care delivery, head and neck anatomy and of endodontic origin. She has more than 50 researchUche Odiatu, DMD scientific developments affecting oral health care delivery. and chapter publications and has participated in over Dr. Odiatu is a lifelong athlete, a certified Ms. Reynolds lives in her home state of Idaho where she 120 continuing education and research presentations trainer and best-selling wellness author enjoys hiking, biking, gardening and enjoying the breathtaking worldwide. Dr. Sedgley is an associate editor of the Journal of the books Fit for the Love of It! and scenery with loved ones. of Endodontics and currently serves as chair of the American The Miracle of Health. This dentist has Association of Endodontists regenerative endodontics Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None inspired people with his insights, humor committee. and energy on national TV (including Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None ABC’s 20/20) radio (KFAR Alaska to Susan Rustvold, DMDWGST Atlanta). Dr. Rustvold graduated from OHSUConflict of Interest Disclosure: Dr. Odiatu has School of Dentistry in 1985. She was on Michael Siegel, DDS, MS, FDS RCSEdfinancial or other personal interests of some nature in Philips the faculty of the School of Dentistry from Dr. Siegel is professor and chair ofSonicare AirFloss and his book, The Miracle of Health. 1985–2000 and chaired the department oral medicine and diagnostic sciences, of behavioral sciences from 1998–2000. College of Dental Medicine and professorDaniel Petrisor, DMD, MD She has volunteered on Medical Teams of internal medicine and dermatology, Dr. Petrisor is an alumnus of OHSU International’s mobile dental vans in the College of Osteopathic Medicine at Nova School of Dentistry and the Univ. of Portland area since 2004, completed her first international Southeastern Univ. in Fort Lauderdale, Texas School of Medicine, where he dental trip to Indonesia in 2009 and is currently a member of Florida. Dr. Siegel has lectured also completed his residency in oral the MTI Dental Advisory Board. internationally and has published extensively in the field of oral and maxillofacial surgery. Dr. Petrisor Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None medicine. He is a past president of the American Academy furthered his training by completing a of Oral Medicine, a past president of the American Board of fellowship in head and neck surgical Oral Medicine and a past chairman of the ADA Council ononcology and microvascular reconstructive surgery and a Scientific Affairs. He has a part-time specialty practice limitedsecond fellowship dedicated to microvascular reconstructive to oral medicine in the Fort Lauderdale area.surgery. He is on faculty at OHSU, where he is active in Conflict of Interest Disclosure: Nonestudent and resident training, and he maintains a privatepractice at Sunset Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Dr. Petrisorhas a special clinical and research interest in treating patientswith benign and malignant tumors of the head and neck. Healso has training in reconstruction of complex deformities ofthe bony and soft tissues of the face.Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None Register online at www.oregondental.org.  Early bird pricing through March 1, 2013 Speaker Biographies  ▪  41
  • 44. Speaker Biographies Phil Smith Beth Thompson, RDH, BS, FACE, OM Christopher Verbiest Mr. Smith is a partner in Smith Ms. Thompson celebrates 30+ years as Mr. Verbiest is Vice President and general Jorgensen Dental Consultants, a firm an RDH, dental hygiene innovator and manager of Dentists Benefits Insurance which promotes the health and safety of advocate for best care delivery services. Company and Dentists Benefits Company. all dental professionals through education She is a principle in HygieneFusion, He has more than 25 years of experience and training on the subjects of OSHA clinical dental hygiene consulting services in the insurance industry, including four bloodborne pathogens and ergonomics. and she is the director and founder of years as manager of provider relations for His 40-year career with a leading CareerFusion, the first and only resource the ODS Companies. dental equipment manufacturer gained him knowledge and for dental hygiene career advancement. Ms. Thompson Conflict of Interest Disclosure: Mr. Verbiest has understanding of dental equipment design, dental education, established the Florida Institute of Orofacial Myology, a clinic financial or other interests of some nature in ODS Companies dentistry and body mechanics and allowed him to help create and learning center for health care providers in Port Orange, (DBIC, DBC, DMC). patient treatment room environments that better address FL. Ms. Thompson provides consulting services, continuing the physical needs of dental care providers. Mr. Smith’s education programs, committed to the implementation of new knowledge and experience also led to a co-patent of the first technology and practice standards, which will elevate the level Kelli Vrla, CSP A Rocky Mountain engagement dental teaching simulator and co-design credit for the most of dental health care delivery. consultant, Ms. Vrla enlightens and widely used dental delivery unit/chair combination in North Conflict of Interest Disclosure: Ms. Thompson has “entertrains” thousands in the U.S., Europe, American dental education. financial or other personal interests of some nature in Procter and Central America. As a kick-off Gamble and Oragenics ProBiotics. Conflict of Interest Disclosure: Mr. Smith has morning show host, Ms. Vrla energized financial or other personal interests of some nature in Smith listeners on Dallas’ first all-woman talk Jorgensen Dental Consultants. Martin Trope, DMD radio show. She is a favorite speaker at Dr. Trope was born in Johannesburg, the Chicago Midwinter, The Hinman, and Yankee Congress. Jeffery Stewart, DDS, MS South Africa, where he received his Her powerful “housecall” workshops help engage, enlighten Dr. Stewart is associate professor in the BDS in 1976. In 1980, he moved to and strengthen office WOW NOW skills. Ms. Vrla shares department of pathology radiology Philadelphia to specialize in endodontics lessons from 16 years as a broadcast executive and 14 years at the OHSU School of Dentistry. He at the Univ. of Pennsylvania and remained as CEO of her own People Engagement firm. She has served received his dental degree from the at the university until he became chair of on the boards of the National Speakers Association–North Univ. of North Carolina. Following a endodontology at Temple Univ. in 1989. Texas, and the Dallas and Boulder classical guitar societies. general practice residency in Wilmington, In 1993, he accepted the JB Freedland Professorship, which Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None Delaware, he attended the Univ. of recognizes significant contributions to the specialty in the Michigan where he received a master’s degree in oral department of endodontics at the Univ. of North Carolina at pathology and diagnosis. He is a Fellow of the American Chapel Hill. He is currently clinical professor and graduate Brian Whitten, DDS Academy of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology and a Diplomate program director at the Univ. of Pennsylvania and in private Dr. Whitten received his dental degree of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology. practice in Philadelphia. from UCLA in 1989. After four years of general practice in Southern California, he Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None Conflict of Interest Disclosure: Dr. Trope has financial or other personal interests of some nature in SybronEndo continued his education at Louisiana State and Brasseler. Univ. Medical Center in New Orleans, Matt Stiller receiving his certificate in endodontics Mr. Stiller, mobile dental program in 1995. He settled in Portland and manager for Oregon, joined Medical Brett Ueeck, DMD, MD practiced as an associate endodontist for three years before Teams International in 2011 with an Dr. Ueeck is a board-certified oral and opening his solo private practice in downtown Portland in extensive background in the construction maxillofacial surgeon who has been in 1998. In 2010, he entered academics full time as assistant manufacturing industry. He was a key private practice in Portland since 2007. professor and pre-doctoral program director at OHSU. Dr. team member in a successful Portland- He received his DMD from OHSU School Whitten currently serves on the scientific advisory board for based start-up company, where he helped of Dentistry in 1999 and received his MD the Journal of Endodontics. to develop and then manage manufacturing, purchasing, from OHSU School of Medicine in 2003; he completed his residency in oral and Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None customer service, and maintenance departments. He has also worked in sales and promotions as a project consultant maxillofacial surgery at OHSU School of Dentistry in 2005. He and regional product manager. Mr. Stiller is a graduate of volunteers time each month at Shiners Hospital as a member Richard Williamson, DDS, MS, FACP Multnomah Univ. in Portland. of the cleft lip and palate team. He lectures frequently to Dr. Williamson received his DDS from various groups in the dental and medical communities. the Univ. of Texas Health Science Center Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None Houston. He maintained a solo general practice in College Station for 17 years before returning to graduate school at Mary Ann Vaughan, RN, CEN, BSN the Univ. of Nebraska Medical Center. Ms. Vaughan is currently AHA regional Dr. Williamson holds a certificate in faculty in BLS, ACLS and PALS. She has prosthodontics and an MS in oral biology; he is a Diplomate of taught for more than 30 years and is an the American Board of Prosthodontics, and a Fellow of both adjunct professor, as well as the clinical the American College of Prosthodontists and International educator, for a level II trauma hospital. College of Dentists. Currently, Dr. Williamson is a clinical Conflict of Interest Disclosure: associate professor in the department of family dentistry at None the Univ. of Iowa. Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None42  ▪  Speaker Biographies April 4–6, 2013  ▪  Oregon Convention Center
  • 45. Registration InformationRegistration Information How to RegisterSection-by-Section Instructions Online Primary Registrant  Registration materials for the entire office will be sent to the primary registrant’s address. All registrants must answer the three questions at the end of section 1 on the registration forrm. If you need to list more than four registrants from your office, please photocopy the registration form and use the photocopies as continuation sheets. If using a continuation sheet, mark the box at the top left corner of the form, enter the primary registrant’s name in section , and proceed directly to section . specialty  Please check one box only to indicate the doctor’s specialty. www.oregondental.org registration category fees  Please note that ODC has many different registration categories. Check the list carefully to be sure you are paying the correct fee. Note that dentists may only register as dentists; dentists may not register as guests. Mail (must be received by March 22) Name Badge information fee calculation  99 Print badge names clearly and include the preferred first name for each person. 99 Make the primary registrant the first entry on the registration form. 99 Enter the appropriate registration code from section  for each person registering. 99 Check whether a Conference Badge (admittance to the Exhibit Hall and all lectures) or an Exhibits-Only Badge (admittance to Exhibit Hall only) is desired. 99 Enter the appropriate fee according to the date of registration. Oregon Dental Association 99 Check all fee-based courses and events that the registrant will be attending. PO Box 3710 99 Total the registration fee plus all fee-based courses and events for each participant. Wilsonville, OR 97070 99 Indicate whether the registrant will be attending the ODC General Session. 99 Enter the 4-digit codes for all NON-fee courses that the registrant will be attending. (All non-fee Fax codes begin with “3”). Codes will be found on the page opposite the registration form. (must be received by March 22) 99 Add up fees for all registrants and enter the total on the last line of section . 99 Children under 16 are not allowed in lectures, but are welcome in the Exhibit Hall. housing poll  The housing poll helps ODA maintain meeting dates at the Oregon Convention Center. Make your own hotel reservation, then enter the number of rooms you are reserving each night next to your hotel. If your hotel is not listed, enter the hotel name on the “other” line. This information will help us reserve discounted room blocks at popular hotels in the future and is not intended as a reservation method. 503.218.2009 payment  Indicate method of payment and be certain that all information is accurate. Credit card credit card orders only registrations must be signed in order to authorize the transaction. Submit registration by mail, fax, or online at www.oregondental.org. Registrations will not be accepted by phone or email. If registering by If registering by fax, fax, please do not mail a copy of your registration. DO NOT MAIL a copy of your registration. Cancellation Transfer Policy: Registrations may be transferred at any time without penalty. All transfer, refund, and cancellation requests must be submitted in writing. If cancellation or transfer occurs after preregistration materials No registrations have been mailed, badge(s) must be returned with the written request. A $50 will be accepted by phone handling fee will be charged for all refunds. Refunds will not be accepted, for any or email. reason, after 11:59 pm on March 22, 2013. Register online at www.oregondental.org.  Early bird pricing through March 1, 2013 General Information  ▪  43
  • 46. Course Codes ‡ Courses marked with a double-plus are offered more than once. See course description for details.Presenter Course Title Course Code Presenter Course Title Course CodeThursday  –  Full Day Courses Friday  –  Morning Courses, cont.Convissar ..................Lasers in Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry................................3104 Mausolf......................Communication Solutions: Attitudes, Breakdowns, Conflict ‡.............3153Crossley ....................Medical and Dental Implications of the Most Prescribed Meds...........3105 McNickle..................... What Every Dental Office Needs to Know About Online Marketing ‡......3154Glasscoe Watterson.....Emerging Concepts in Periodontitis and Overall Health........................3111 Odiatu .......................Inflammation 911: The Body-Mouth Connection! ..............................3156Williamson................. reatment Planning and Reconstruction from Endodontics to T Reynolds....................Inflammatory Remarks: The Role of Oral Inflammation.......................3158 Full Arch Implant Fixed Prostheses...a Graftless Approach................3129 Sedgley......................New Developments in Endodontics....................................................3160Thursday – Morning Courses Siegel.........................Current Concepts In Oral Medicine: 2013—Diagnostic Pearls............ 3161Braatz; Kleinstub........Record Keeping from the Board’s Perspective....................................3102 Vaughan.....................CPR for the Health Care Provider ‡....................................................3162Braatz; Kleinstub........Ask the Board....................................................................................3103 Friday – Afternoon CoursesDemko.......................Obstructive Sleep Apnea: A Whirlwind Tour........................................3106 Ahearn.......................High Performance Dentistry: The How, What and Who........................ 3131Ferracane.................... Critical Assessment...Dental Composites, Adhesives...Light Curing.......3108 Bradley.......................From Start to Finish: Medical and Dental Implant Coding ‡................3133Geisler; Stewart..........What the Mouth Knows: Dental Detectives.........................................3110 Callan.........................Periodontal Considerations for Implant Dentistry................................3135Henderson..................Bringing It All Together ‡....................................................................3112 Cohen Brown..............Update on Infection Control for Healthcare Providers......................... 3137Henson.......................Don’t Let Your Provisionals Look Temporary.......................................3113 Gremillion...................Bruxism and Dentistry’s New Frontier: Sleep Disturbances ............... 3141Jorgensen; Smith........Essential Ergonomics for Dental Professionals...................................3115 Hawkins...................... Oral Sedation: ‘How-To’ Applications, Pharma. and Controversies ‡......3143Mausolf......................Dentistry Is About Relationships: High Performing Relationships........3118 Hovliaras.....................Achieving Your Ideal Position within the Dental Hygiene Profession.....3145Reynolds....................The Additive Effects of Additives: Understanding the Impact...............3120 Howerton; Kennedy....Medical Emergencies........................................................................3146Sand..........................Improvisational Customer Service: If You’re Having Fun.....................3122 Kuperstein .................Interceptive Orthodontic Tx: Evidence vs. Opinion in 3 Dimensions ‡......3148Siegel.........................The Dynamic Duo: High Blood (Hypertension) and Sweet Blood.........3123 Low...............................The Art and Science of Micro-Ultrasonic Instrumentation: Workshop....... F4003Trope..........................Modern Endodontics: From Theory to Practice...................................3125 Malcmacher...............The Top Seven Gamechangers for Every Dental Practice....................3152Vaughan.....................CPR for the Health Care Provider ‡....................................................3126 McNickle..................... What Every Dental Office Needs to Know About Online Marketing ‡......3155 Odiatu .......................Seven Habits of a Healthy Dental Office............................................. 3157Thursday – Afternoon Courses Reynolds....................The Stress Mess: Systemic and Dental Ramifications........................3159Beadnell; Ueeck.........Medical Emergency Update............................................................... 3101 Vaughan.....................CPR for the Health Care Provider ‡....................................................3163Demko......................... Oral Appliance Therapy for OSA: Exam, Device Choice, Side Effects....... 3107 Whitten......................Which NiTi Rotary Instrument System is Best?...................................3164Gardner......................How to Go from Underdog to Top Dog: Unleash Your Potential............3109 Williamson.................Empowering Your Practice With Complete Dentures...Partial..............3165Henson.......................INventory: Controlling Assets and Efficiencies....................................3114Jorgensen...................Bloodborne Pathogens: An OSHA Update ..........................................3116 Saturday  –  Full Day CoursesLow............................The “New” Periodontal Disease: Inflammatory and Risky...................3117 Barry..........................OSHA and WISHA Compliance Made Easy..........................................3166Mausolf......................Communication Solutions: Attitudes, Breakdowns, Conflict ‡.............3119 Berg...........................Caries Mgt. for Children: Be a Knife Doctor AND a Pill Doctor............. 3167Reynolds....................Allergy Nation: Asthma to Zyban........................................................ 3121 Mealey.......................The Oral-Systemic Connection in Daily Dental Practice......................3179Siegel.........................Dermatology: In My Mouth?...............................................................3124 Saturday – Morning CoursesTrope..........................Update in Modern Endodontics—Workshop..................................... F4001 Cohen Brown..............Common Oral Lesions: Differential Diagnosis and Treatment ‡...........3168Vaughan.....................CPR for the Health Care Provider ‡.................................................... 3127 Dodson.......................Evidence-Based Clinical Decision-Making in OMS: Part 1 .................3169Verbiest......................Risk Management (as part of ODC registration).................................3128 Donley ..........................New Advances in Host Modulation: Maximizing Periodontal Outcomes.......3171Verbiest......................Risk Management (as a stand-alone course)...................................F4002 Hawkins.....................Local Anesthesia: 30+ Years of Hits, Misses and Near Misses ‡.........3174 Henderson..................Bringing It All Together ‡....................................................................3176Friday – Keynote Heyamoto...................Forensic Odontology: A Primer........................................................... 3177Slowikowski...............Make Your Move: Creating Success in Under Four Minutes................3190 Odiatu .......................Get Fit, Get Smart: Boost Your Dental Brain Power!............................3180Friday  –  Full Day Courses Poss...........................Advanced Anterior Esthetics..............................................................3182Crossley ....................Street Drugs Exposed: What Your Patients ARE NOT Telling You!.........3138 Thompson..................Exploring Sleep Apnea, the Role of the Dental Team...........................3184Levy...........................Management of Anxious and Special-Needs Patients.........................3149 Vaughan.....................CPR for the Health Care Provider ‡....................................................3186Friday – Morning Courses Vrla............................How to Wow Now: Jaw-Dropping Service Excellence! .......................3188Ahearn.......................This Can All Be Easier: Make Your Office a Fun, Easy, Productive........3130 Saturday – Afternoon CoursesBradley.......................From Start to Finish: Medical and Dental Implant Coding ‡................3132 Dodson.......................Evidence-Based Clinical Decision-Making in OMS: Part 2..................3170Callan.........................Predictable Tissue Regeneration for the Dental Practitioner...............3134 Donley ........................ A Better Debridement Protocol: Maximize the Chance for Resolution...... 3172Cohen Brown..............Common Oral Lesions: Differential Diagnosis and Treatment ‡...........3136 Esser..........................Mechanical Screening of the Neck, Head, and TMJ Complex.............3173Erickson; et al............Medical Teams International: At Home and Abroad.............................3139 Hawkins......................Oral Sedation: ‘How-To’ Applications, Pharma. and Controversies ‡.......3175Gremillion...................TMD/Orofacial Pain Diagnosis and Management: Clarifying...............3140 Heyamoto...................Tanner Appliances: Occlusally Adjusted Nightguards..........................3178Hawkins.....................Local Anesthesia: 30+ Years of Hits, Misses and Near Misses ‡.........3142 Petrisor.......................What’s that on Your Face? Recognizing, Diagnosing Facial Lesions......3181Hovliaras.......................Achieving Success, Clinical Excellence in your Dental Hygiene Career..... 3144 Poss...........................Advanced Posterior Esthetics.............................................................3183Kuperstein .................. Interceptive Orthodontic Tx:  Evidence vs. Opinion in 3 Dimensions ‡..... 3147 Thompson..................Dynamic Oral Care Therapies............................................................3185Low............................Managing the “Difficult” Periodontal Patient .....................................3150 Vaughan.....................CPR for the Health Care Provider ‡.................................................... 3187Malcmacher...............The Hottest Topics in Dentistry Today................................................. 3151 Vrla............................Team Building Best Practices: How to Play Nice in the Sandbox.........3189Use course codes to indicate which courses each registrant wishes to attend. Make sure the course code you enter on the form corresponds to theday and time that you wish to take the course. Courses beginning with “3” are included with registration. Courses beginning with “F” require an additional fee.
  • 47. 2013 Preregistration Form 2013 Oregon Dental Conference® April 4–6  •  Oregon Convention Center FOR ODA USE ONLY  JW   TMP Date______________________ Refund $____________________    Ck     CC Processed__________________ Confirm __________________   Reason __________________________________________________________ You can also register online at: www.oregondental.org  PRIMARY REGISTRANT   Check here if this is a continuation from another registration form. If so, simply enter the primary registrant’s name in section and skip to section  .  REGISTRANT Category Fees Conference Exhibits-onlyLast Name __________________________________  First Name___________________________  Degree ___________ badge badgeADA # ________________________________ Oregon specialty group # _____________________ OAPD, OSAE, OSOMS, OSP only Registration Category Code Enter in Early On-site Early On-site Dentists must choose from categories 1–8 Section 4 Before 3/1 After 3/1 Before 3/1 After 3/1Mailing address ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ODA member 01 $275 $390 $25 $50      Street Address or PO Box ADA 11th district member (AK, ID, MT, WA) 02 $275 $390 $25 $50City, State Zip ____________________________________________________________________________________________ ADA retired or life-retired member 03 $275 $390 N/C N/C Dentist CategoriesEmail______________________________________________________________________________________________________ ADA federal dentist 04 $275 $390 $25 $50Office phone______________________________________ Office fax _____________________________________ Oregon specialty partner group dentist 05 $275 $390 $25 $50 (OAPD, OSAE, OSOMS, OSP only)Emergency contact Name ___________________________________________________________________________ Retired volunteer dentist in Oregon (with DV license) 06 N/C N/C N/C N/C ADA member dentist outside 11th district 07 $305 $445 $25 $50Emergency contact phone __________________________________  Relationship _________________________________ (not from OR, AK, ID, MT, WA) Non-ADA member 08 $800 $950 $200 $400 All registrants must answer the following YES NO 1. Do you require special assistance at the conference? 1a. If yes, check here for Hearing: Non-dentist faculty 09 $275 $390 $25 $50 Or here for Other: Hygienist 10 $90 $180 $25 $50 2. Do you want to receive mailings from ODC exhibitors? Assistant 11 $90 $180 $25 $50 NON-Dentist Categories 3. How many registrants from your office are attending the conference? Administrative staff 12 $90 $180 $25 $50 If more than four, please be sure to attach photocopies of this form for additional registrants. Laboratory personnel 13 $90 $180 $25 $50 Dental student 14 N/C N/C N/C N/C  Specialty (doctors only) Resident/Graduate student Pre-dental student 15 16 N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C ‰‰ General practitioner [A] ‰‰ Oral/maxillofacial radiology [E] ‰‰ Prosthodontics [I] Dental hygiene student 17 N/C N/C N/C N/C ‰‰ Endodontics [B] ‰‰ Orthodontics [F] ‰‰ Dental public health [J] Dental assisting student 18 N/C N/C N/C N/C Laboratory tech student 19 N/C N/C N/C N/C ‰‰ Oral/maxillofacial surgery [C] ‰‰ Pediatric dentistry [G] ‰‰ Full-time faculty [K] Non-dental guest (spouses, children over 18) 20 $90 $180 $25 $50 ‰‰ Oral/maxillofacial pathology [D] ‰‰ Periodontics [H] ‰‰ Retired [L] A Conference badge includes all courses (including risk management), entrance to the Exhibit Hall, and admission to non-ticketed special events. An Exhibits-only badge includes admission to the Exhibit Hall only. Please print or type neatly. Badge Type (choose 1)   Badge Information Fee Calculation Name Errors may delay processing Registration Fee President’s DBIC Risk Mgt Only only Category Code nce from Section  from Section  Party No admission to of your registration. fere bit- conference or exhibits exhi Co n1) ____________________________________________, _______  ____________________________ ________      $ _________  +   F4000: $35  +   F4002: $75 Last name First name MI Degree First name for badge Courses:  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __   Will Registrant 1 attend the ODC General Session (Course code 3190)?   Yes   No  F4001 (Trope) $100  Workshops:     F4003 (Sam Low) Dentist $100; Staff $50   Registrant 1 Total Fees: $ ________________2) ____________________________________________, _______  ____________________________ ________      $ _________  +   F4000: $35  +   F4002: $75 Last name First name MI Degree First name for badge Courses:  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __   Will Registrant 2 attend the ODC General Session (Course code 3190)?   Yes   No  F4001 (Trope) $100  Workshops:     F4003 (Sam Low) Dentist $100; Staff $50   Registrant 2 Total Fees: $ ________________3) ____________________________________________, _______  ____________________________ ________      $ _________  +   F4000: $35  +   F4002: $75 Last name First name MI Degree First name for badge Courses:  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __   Will Registrant 3 attend the ODC General Session (Course code 3190)?   Yes   No  F4001 (Trope) $100  Workshops:     F4003 (Sam Low) Dentist $100; Staff $50   Registrant 3 Total Fees: $ ________________4) ____________________________________________, _______  ____________________________ ________      $ _________  +   F4000: $35  +   F4002: $75 Last name First name MI Degree First name for badge Courses:  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __   Will Registrant 4 attend the ODC General Session (Course code 3190)?   Yes   No  F4001 (Trope) $100  Workshops:     F4003 (Sam Low) Dentist $100; Staff $50   Registrant 4 Total Fees: $ ________________ODA reserves the right to adjust charges due to mathematical or other errors. Registrants who have not paid the appropriate fee will not receive a confirmation until the balance due is paid. Total fees for registrants 1 through 4 of this sheet = $______________ Enter the number of rooms you are  Housing Poll reserving each night at your hotel. If your hotel is not listed, use the “other” line.  Payment  Check  MasterCard  Visa  Discover  American Express Register before  March 1, 2013   here if you will be Check (Make checks payable to Oregon Dental Association) staying in a private home. Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun MAIL regon Dental Association FAX O 503.218.2009 DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Card no. _________________________________________________ PO Box 3710 (Credit card registrations only) Portland Wilsonville, OR 97070-3710 WEB www.oregondental.org Crowne Plaza Downtown/Conv. Ctr. Exp. date ___________________  Card billing ZIP Code __________________ Deadlines and policies March 22, 2013: Cancellation deadline. All refund March 1, 2013: Preregistration discount and cancellation requests must be submitted in writing. Embassy Suites—Downtown deadline. Registrations received after this If cancellation occurs after preregistration materials have Total amt $___________________ date will be processed on-site and registration been mailed, badge(s) must be returned with the written request. A $50 handling fee will be charged for all refunds. Red Lion Convention Center materials must be picked up at the Badge Refunds will not be accepted, for any reason, after 11:59 pm Name on card____________________________________________ Replacement counter at the Convention Center. on March 22, 2013.      Print name exactly as it appears on card Registration confirmations will be sent to other__________________ registrants after processing. A packet including March 22, 2013: Mail/fax registration closed. Please name badge will be mailed prior to ODC. register online or on-site in Pre-Function A at the Oregon Signature___________________________________________________ Convention Center.        Signature indicates approval of charges to your account
  • 48. 2013 Preregistration Form 2013 Oregon Dental Conference® April 4–6  •  Oregon Convention Center FOR ODA USE ONLY SAMPLE  JW   TMP Date______________________ Refund $____________________    Ck      CC Processed__________________ Confirm __________________   Reason __________________________________________________________ You can also register online at: www.oregondental.org FORM  PRIMARY REGISTRANT   Check here if this is a continuation from another registration form. If so, simply   enter the primary registrant’s name in section and skip to section .  REGISTRANT Category Fees Conference Exhibits-only Sample   Q.   Thomas DMDLast Name __________________________________  First Name___________________________  Degree ___________ badge badge Registration Category Code Early On-site Early On-site 123456 ADA # ________________________________ Oregon specialty group # _____________________ OAPD, OSAE, OSOMS, OSP only Dentists must choose from categories 1–8 Enter in Section 4 Before 3/1 After 3/1 Before 3/1 After 3/1     1250 Main St, Suite 100Mailing address ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ODA member 01 $275 $390 $25 $50      Street Address or PO Box ADA 11th district member (AK, ID, MT, WA) 02 $275 $390 $25 $50   Someplace, OR 97200City, State Zip ____________________________________________________________________________________________ ADA retired or life-retired member 03 $275 $390 N/C N/C Dentist Categories  drsample@gmail.comEmail______________________________________________________________________________________________________ ADA federal dentist 04 $275 $390 $25 $50    503-123-4567 503-765-4321Office phone______________________________________ Office fax _____________________________________ Oregon specialty partner group dentist (OAPD, OSAE, OSOMS, OSP only) 05 $275 $390 $25 $50    Jane SampleEmergency contact Name ___________________________________________________________________________ Retired volunteer dentist in Oregon (with DV license) 06 N/C N/C N/C N/C     503-123-4567       SpouseEmergency contact phone __________________________________  Relationship _________________________________ ADA member dentist outside 11th district (not from OR, AK, ID, MT, WA) 07 $305 $445 $25 $50 Non-ADA member 08 $800 $950 $200 $400 All registrants must answer the following YES NO 1. Do you require special assistance at the conference? 1a. If yes, check here for Hearing: x Or here for Other: x Non-dentist faculty 09 $275 $390 $25 $50           2. Do you want to receive mailings from ODC exhibitors? x Hygienist Assistant 10 11 $90 $90 $180 $180 $25 $25 $50 $50 NON-Dentist Categories 3. How many registrants from your office are attending the conference?                If more than four, please be sure to attach photocopies of this form for additional registrants. 2 Administrative staff Laboratory personnel 12 13 $90 $90 $180 $180 $25 $25 $50 $50 Dental student 14 N/C N/C N/C N/C  Specialty (doctors only) Resident/Graduate student Pre-dental student 15 16 N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C x ‰‰ General practitioner [A] ‰‰ Oral/maxillofacial radiology [E] ‰‰ Prosthodontics [I] Dental hygiene student 17 N/C N/C N/C N/C ‰‰ Endodontics [B] ‰‰ Orthodontics [F] ‰‰ Dental public health [J] Dental assisting student 18 N/C N/C N/C N/C Laboratory tech student 19 N/C N/C N/C N/C ‰‰ Oral/maxillofacial surgery [C] ‰‰ Pediatric dentistry [G] ‰‰ Full-time faculty [K] Non-dental guest (spouses, children over 18) 20 $90 $180 $25 $50 ‰‰ Oral/maxillofacial pathology [D] ‰‰ Periodontics [H] ‰‰ Retired [L] A Conference badge includes all courses (including risk management), entrance to the Exhibit Hall, and admission to non-ticketed special events. An Exhibits-only badge includes admission to the Exhibit Hall only. Please print or type neatly. Badge Type (choose 1)   Badge Information Fee Calculation Name Errors may delay processing Registration Fee President’s DBIC Risk Mgt Only only Category Code nce from Section  from Section  Party No admission to of your registration. fere bit- conference or exhibits exhi Co n1) Sample     Thomas     Q. ____________________________________________, _______  ____________________________ ________      $ _________  +   DMD  Tom 01   $275 F4000: $35  +   F4002: $75 x x Last name First name MI Degree First name for badge Courses:  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1   __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1 the ODC General Session (Course code 3190)?   Yes   No  0 3  4 5  6 3   6 6  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __   Will Registrant 1 attend x Workshops:   x   F4001 (Trope) $100  x Low) Dentist Registrant 1 Total Fees: $ ________________   F4003 (Sam $100; Staff $50 $5102) Johnson    Mary    A.  RDH  Mary 10  x ____________________________________________, _______  ____________________________ ________      $ _________  +   $90 x F4000: $35  +   F4002: $75 Last name First name MI Degree First name for badge Courses:  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1   __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1 the ODC General Session (Course code 3190)?  x 0 3  4 5  6 3   6 6  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __   Will Registrant 2 attend  Yes   No  F4001 (Trope) $100  x F4003 (Sam Low) Dentist $100; Staff $50 Workshops:       Registrant 2 Total Fees: $ ________________ $1753) ____________________________________________, _______  ____________________________ ________      $ _________  +   F4000: $35  +   F4002: $75 Last name First name MI Degree First name for badge Courses:  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __   Will Registrant 3 attend the ODC General Session (Course code 3190)?   Yes   No  F4001 (Trope) $100  Workshops:     F4003 (Sam Low) Dentist $100; Staff $50   Registrant 3 Total Fees: $ ________________4) ____________________________________________, _______  ____________________________ ________      $ _________  +   F4000: $35  +   F4002: $75 Last name First name MI Degree First name for badge Courses:  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __  3 1  __  __   Will Registrant 4 attend the ODC General Session (Course code 3190)?   Yes   No  F4001 (Trope) $100  Workshops:     F4003 (Sam Low) Dentist $100; Staff $50   Registrant 4 Total Fees: $ ________________ODA reserves the right to adjust charges due to mathematical or other errors. Registrants who have not paid the appropriate fee will not receive a confirmation until the balance due is paid. Total fees for registrants 1 through 4 of this sheet = $______________ $685  Housing Poll Enter the number of rooms you are reserving each night at your hotel. If your hotel is not listed, use the “other” line.  Payment x  Check  MasterCard  Visa  Discover  American Express Register before  March 1, 2013  heck here if you will be C (Make checks payable to Oregon Dental Association) staying in a private home. Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun MAIL regon Dental Association O FAX 503.218.2009 DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel 1234 - 5678 - 4567 - 6543 Card no. _________________________________________________ PO Box 3710 (Credit card registrations only) Portland Wilsonville, OR 97070-3710 WEB www.oregondental.org 05/13   97200 Exp. date ___________________  Card billing ZIP Code __________________ Crowne Plaza Downtown/Conv. Ctr. 2 2 1 Deadlines and policies March 22, 2013: Cancellation deadline. All refund and cancellation requests must be submitted in writing. Embassy Suites—Downtown $685 Total amt $___________________ March 1, 2013: Preregistration discount deadline. Registrations received after this If cancellation occurs after preregistration materials have date will be processed on-site and registration been mailed, badge(s) must be returned with the written request. A $50 handling fee will be charged for all refunds. Red Lion Convention Center    Thomas Q. Sample Name on card____________________________________________ materials must be picked up at the Badge Replacement counter at the Convention Center. Refunds will not be accepted, for any reason, after 11:59pm      Print name exactly as it appears on card on March 22, 2013. Registration confirmations will be sent to other__________________ March 22, 2013: Mail/fax registration closed. Please   Thomas Q. Sample Signature___________________________________________________ registrants after processing. A packet including name badge will be mailed prior to ODC. register online or on-site in Pre-Function A at the Oregon        Signature indicates approval of charges to your account Convention Center.
  • 49. Index by Course TitleA Better Debridement Protocol: Maximize the Chance for Resolution................ 33 Inflammatory Remarks: The Role of Oral Inflammation in Oral and Systemic Health............................................................................... 30Achieving Success and Clinical Excellence in yourDental Hygiene Career (ODHA Course)............................................................ 27 Interceptive Orthodontic Treatment: Evidence vs. Opinion in Three Dimensions...................................................... 28Achieving Your Ideal Position within theDental Hygiene Profession (ODHA Course)...................................................... 27 INventory: Controlling Assets and Efficiencies................................................. 21The Additive Effects of Additives: Understanding the Impact of Lasers in Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry..............................................19Dietary and Product Enhancers on Oral and Systemic Health........................... 22 Local Anesthesia: 30+ Years of Hits, Misses and Near Misses...................27, 34Advanced Anterior Esthetics........................................................................... 35 Make Your Move: Creating Success in Under Four Minutes.... inside front cover, 31Advanced Posterior Esthetics......................................................................... 36 Management of Anxious and Special-Needs Patients...................................... 28Allergy Nation: Asthma to Zyban..................................................................... 22 Managing the “Difficult” Periodontal Patient ................................................... 28The Art and Science of Micro-Ultrasonic Instrumentation in Mechanical Screening of the Neck, Head, and TMJ Complex to FacilitatePeriodontal Therapy: A Workshop................................................................... 28 Coordination of Multidisciplinary Care............................................................. 33Ask the Board.................................................................................................19 Medical and Dental Implications of the Most Prescribed Medications................19Bloodborne Pathogens: An OSHA Update (ODAA Course)................................ 21 Medical Emergencies..................................................................................... 28Bringing It All Together (ODEA Course)..................................................... 20, 34 Medical Emergency Update.............................................................................19Bruxism and Dentistry’s New Frontier: Sleep Disturbances ............................. 26 Medical Teams International: At Home and Abroad.......................................... 26Caries Management for Children: Be a Knife Doctor AND a Pill Doctor.............. 33 Modern Endodontics: From Theory to Practice................................................ 23Common Oral Lesions: Differential Diagnosis and Treatment...................... 25, 33 New Advances in Host Modulation: Maximizing your Periodontal Outcomes...... 33Communication Solutions: Attitudes, Breakdowns and New Developments in Endodontics (OSAE Course).......................................... 24Conflict Resolutions................................................................................. 22, 29 The “New” Periodontal Disease: Inflammatory and Risky................................. 21CPR for the Health Care Provider........................................................ 23, 30, 36 Obstructive Sleep Apnea: A Whirlwind Tour......................................................19Critical Assessment of Dental Composites,Adhesives and Light Curing Technology.......................................................... 20 The Oral-Systemic Connection in Daily Dental Practice: Your Patients Are Asking About It; What Are You Telling Them? (OSP Course)....................... 34Current Concepts In Oral Medicine: 2013—Diagnostic Pearls......................... 30 Oral Appliance Therapy for OSA: Exam, Device Choice and Side-Effects.......... 20Dentistry Is About Relationships: High Performing Patient Team Relationships.................................................................................... 21 Oral Sedation: Clinical ‘How-To’ Applications, Pharmacology and Controversies...............................................................27, 34Dermatology: In My Mouth?........................................................................... 22 OSHA and WISHA Compliance Made Easy...................................................... 32Don’t Let Your Provisionals Look Temporary.................................................... 21 Periodontal Considerations for Implant Dentistry............................................. 25The Dynamic Duo: High Blood (Hypertension) and Sweet Blood (Diabetes)........ 22 Predictable Tissue Regeneration for the Dental Practitioner............................. 25Dynamic Oral Care Therapies......................................................................... 36 Record Keeping from the Board’s Perspective..................................................19Emerging Concepts in Periodontitis and Overall Health:Separating Fact from Fiction.......................................................................... 20 Risk Management.......................................................................................... 23Empowering Your Practice with Complete Dentures, Seven Habits of a Healthy Dental Office.......................................................... 30Removable Partial Dentures and Implant Assisted Overdentures...................... 30 Street Drugs Exposed: What Your Patients and Kids ARE NOT Telling You!........ 26Essential Ergonomics for Dental Professionals (ODAA Course)......................... 21 The Stress Mess: Systemic and Dental Ramifications of the Stress Response... 30Evidence-Based Clinical Decision-Making in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery: Tanner Appliances: Occlusally Adjusted Nightguards (ODAA Course)................ 35Part 1 (OSOMS Course)................................................................................. 32 Team Building Best Practices: How to Play Nice in the Sandbox andEvidence-Based Clinical Decision-Making in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery: Fire Up Your Team on All Cylinders! (ODEA Course)......................................... 36Part 2 (OSOMS Course)................................................................................. 32 This Can All Be Easier: A Dozen Projects that Will Make Your OfficeExploring Sleep Apnea, the Role of the Dental Team........................................ 36 a Fun, Easy and Productive Place to Work!...................................................... 24Forensic Odontology: A Primer (ODAA Course)................................................ 35 TMD/Orofacial Pain Diagnosis and Management: Clarifying the Issues............. 26From Start to Finish: Medical and Dental Implant Coding (ODEA Course).......... 25 The Top Seven Gamechangers for Every Dental Practice (ODAA Course).......... 29Get Fit, Get Smart: Boost Your Dental Brain Power!......................................... 35 Treatment Planning and Reconstruction: From Endodontics toHigh Performance Dentistry: The How, What and Full Arch Implant Fixed Prostheses Utilizing a Graftless ApproachWho of Phenomenal Productivity.................................................................... 24 and Computer Guided Surgery....................................................................... 23The Hottest Topics in Dentistry Today (ODAA Course)...................................... 29 Update in Modern Endodontics—Workshop................................................... 23How to Go from Underdog to Top Dog without Barking Update on Infection Control for Healthcare Providers....................................... 26Up the Wrong Tree: Unleash Your Potential and Create What Every Dental Office Needs to Know About Online Marketing:Success for You and Your Practice (ODEA Course).......................................... 20 Website Optimization, SEO, PPC, Social Media, and More (ODEA Course)........ 29How to Wow Now: Jaw-Dropping Service Excellence! (ODEA Course).............. 36 What the Mouth Knows: Dental Detectives...................................................... 20Improvisational Customer Service: If You’re Having Fun, What’s that on Your Face? The Role of the Dental Team inYour Patients Will Have Fun (ODEA Course)..................................................... 22 Recognizing and Diagnosing Facial Skin Lesions............................................. 35Inflammation 911: The Body-Mouth Connection! ............................................ 29 Which NiTi Rotary Instrument System is Best? (OSAE Course)......................... 24 Register online at www.oregondental.org.  Early bird pricing through March 1, 2013 General Information  ▪  47
  • 50. Index by SpeakerDavid Ahearn, DDS........................................................................................ 24 Paul Kleinstub, DDS........................................................................................19Samuel Barry, DMD....................................................................................... 32 Rebecca Kuperstein, DDS, MPH, MS.............................................................. 28Steven Beadnell, DMD....................................................................................19 Harvey Levy, DMD, MAGD............................................................................. 28Joel Berg, DDS, MS....................................................................................... 33 Sam Low, DDS, MS, MEd.........................................................................21, 28Patrick Braatz.................................................................................................19 Louis Malcmacher, DDS, MAGD..................................................................... 29Terri Bradley.................................................................................................. 25 Judy Kay Mausolf.............................................................................. 21, 22, 29Donald Callan, DDS....................................................................................... 25 Ian McNickle, MBA........................................................................................ 29Gwen Cohen Brown, DDS.................................................................. 25, 26, 33 Brian Mealey, DDS, MS.................................................................................. 34Robert Convissar, DDS, FAGD.........................................................................19 Uche Odiatu, DMD............................................................................. 29, 30, 35Harold Crossley, DDS, MS, PhD.................................................................19, 26 Daniel Petrisor, DMD, MD.............................................................................. 35B. Gail Demko, DMD.................................................................................19, 20 Stephen Poss, DDS................................................................................. 35, 36Thomas Dodson, DMD, MPH.......................................................................... 32 Betsy Reynolds, RDH, MS........................................................................ 22, 30Timothy Donley, DDS, MSD............................................................................ 33 Susan Rustvold, DMD.................................................................................... 26Terri Erickson, CDA........................................................................................ 26 Terry Sand.................................................................................................... 22Bill Esser, PT, MS, CCTT................................................................................ 33 Christine Sedgley, MDS, MDSc, FRACDS, MRACDS(ENDO), PhD.................... 24Jack Ferracane, PhD..................................................................................... 20 Michael Siegel, DDS, MS, FDS RCSEd...................................................... 22, 30Carol Gardner................................................................................................ 20 Eddie Slowikowski.............................................................. inside front cover, 31Alyssa Garner, BS, RDH, EPDH...................................................................... 26 Phil Smith...................................................................................................... 21Stacy Geisler, DDS, PhD................................................................................ 20 Jeffery Stewart, DDS, MS.............................................................................. 20Dianne Glasscoe Watterson, RDH, BS, MBA................................................... 20 Matt Stiller.................................................................................................... 26Henry Gremillion, DDS................................................................................... 26 Beth Thompson, RDH, BS, FACE, OM............................................................. 36J. Mel Hawkins, DDS, BScD(AN), FADSA...................................................27, 34 Martin Trope, DMD........................................................................................ 23Larry Henderson, CPA............................................................................. 20, 34 Brett Ueeck, DMD, MD...................................................................................19Niki Henson, RDA, AS.................................................................................... 21 Mary Ann Vaughan, RN, CEN, BSN..................................................... 23, 30, 36Gary Heyamoto, DDS..................................................................................... 35 Christopher Verbiest...................................................................................... 23Christine Hovliaras, RDH, BS, MBA, CDE........................................................ 27 Kelli Vrla, CSP............................................................................................... 36David Howerton, DMD.................................................................................... 28 Brian Whitten, DDS........................................................................................ 24Ginny Jorgensen, CDA, EFDA, EFODA, AAS................................................... 21 Richard Williamson, DDS, MS, FACP........................................................ 23, 30Gabriel Kennedy, DMD................................................................................... 28 Not yet a member of ODA? Join today and Save up to $525 on ODC registration! Yes Oregon and want to take advantage of Attending this world class conference at I am a non-member dentist practicing in reduced rates is one of the many benefits reserved for members only. special conference savings for members only. Oregon dentists who apply for membership Please send ODA membership materials to: during the ODC and return their completed membership application within 60 days after Name_______________________________________________ the ODC will receive substantial savings on conference registration. Address______________________________________________ Upon approval of active ODA membership City, State Zip__________________________________________ and payment of dues, up to $525 of the non- member registration fee will be reimbursed. Telephone____________________________________________ Please register as a non-member dentist. Email_______________________________________________ Upon approval of active ODA membership and receipt of 2013 dues, a refund of Specialty_____________________________________________ registration will be issued. Fax this form to ODA: 503.218.2009
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  • 52. Oregon Dental Association PO Box 3710 Wilsonville, Oregon 97070-3710 www.oregondental.org2013 Oregon Dental Conference®April 4–6 Oregon Convention Center, Portland City of Roses Preregistration Deadline March 1, 2013

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