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  • 1. 101stThe Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting33 Lenox PointeAtlanta, Georgia 30324 -3172 March 21-23, 2013 2013 Pre-Registration Information T HE NEXT 100: T HE TRADITION CONTINUES 101st Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting March PRE-REGISTRATION INFORMATION 21-23, 2013 Georgia World Congress Center & Omni Hotel at CNN Center Sponsored by the Hinman Dental Society of Atlanta Dr. Bradley K. Greenway, General Chairman | Dr. James A. Roos, President
  • 2. C O M M O N LY A S K E D Q U E S T I O N SCan I register over the Internet? May I fill out the registration form even if my dentist isYes, beginning December 3, 2012, visit www.hinman.org not coming?to register online. Yes.May I fax my registration form? What is the difference between Registered andNo, registration forms will not be accepted via fax. General courses? A fee is charged for Registered Attendance courses. GeneralRegistration forms must be mailed to: Attendance courses are free of charge with ticketed, priority seatingThe Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting offered to those who pre-register. It is strongly recommended that6840 Meadowridge Court you register for General Attendance courses.Alpharetta, Georgia 30005or register online at www.hinman.org. What is the address of the Georgia World Congress Center? 285 Andrew Young International Blvd., N.W.How do I make a change on my registration form after Atlanta, Georgia 30313-1591mailing it in?Call QMS, the Hinman registration service, at 866-248-2883. Which are the closest hotels? See the map on page 63 to find the location of various hotels.What if I have not received my registration packet, my Remember to look for participating downtown hotels that are on the Hinman shuttle route.badge was not included or my name was misspelled?Call QMS, the Hinman registration service, at 866-248-2883. Where can I find Hinman Shuttle information? To find out which hotels are located on the shuttle route, seeWhat is the guest policy? page 62 of this book and look for the bus symbol. Specific shuttleAnyone who is not included in the registration categories listed on schedules will be printed in the on site Hinman Program and willpage 61 is considered a guest. All guests must pay a $75 registration be posted in each participating hotel lobby. The routes will also befee, complete a guest registration form, and can register on site only. available online at www.hinman.org/shuttleinfo.aspx two weeksGuests do not have to be accompanied by a registered attendee. prior to the meeting.Registering enables guests to visit the exhibit hall and buy ticketsfor courses or special events. Guests do not receive continuing Who do I call for hotel, airline and rental careducation credits. reservations? Call onPeak at 800-243-1581.What is the cancellation policy?Cancellations must be postmarked by Wednesday, March 20, 2013, Which MARTA stop do I use to get to the GWCC? G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O Nand must be submitted in writing. In order for your refund requestto be considered, you must include the attendee’s name and Dome/GWCC on the East/West line. Call MARTA at 404-848-5000address in writing, the original registration badge and any course or visit www.itsmarta.com for detailed schedules. See page 62tickets. No refunds will be made for cancellations requested after for details.registration opens on the first day of the meeting, Thursday,March 21, 2013. Please see page 61 for more information. What are the future dates of the Hinman Meeting?Does Hinman offer a mobile site that I can view March 27–29, 2014on my smartphone or tablet? March 26–28, 2015 73Yes, see page 1 for more information. March 17–19, 2016 March 23–25, 2017 Pre-Registration Information
  • 3. THE TRADITION CONTINUES… JOIN US AS HINMAN 2013 EMBARKS ON THE NEXT 100 YEARS Following a century of providing world-class continuing education, Hinman embarks on the next 100 years with great excitement. We encourage you to attend and bring the entire office to experience: Leading dental authorities providing view from Piedmont Park 60+ hands-on courses Special courses on Botox/dermal fillers and TABLE OF CONTENTS 3-D instruction Dr. Peter Dawson’s highly anticipated return to Hinman ADAA Seminars . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9, 22, 41 Airline Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 All-day educational tracks for the entire dental team Alumni Receptions & Concurrent Meetings. . . . . 69-70 Unprecedented Southern hospitality provided by Hinman members AmericasMart Shopping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52-53 Fun-filled exhibit floor with scavenger hunt, prize giveaways Audio Recordings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 and vintage car show Auxiliary Reception. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Cancellations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61, 73 Hinman’s signature social events for dentists and auxiliaries on Car Rental . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Friday night Commonly Asked Questions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Special Keynote Address with Jack Hanna and his animal friends Continuing Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 CPR Re-Certification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8, 21 CRDTS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49-50 Cyber Café (Internet Access) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 VIEW HINMAN MOBILE SITE DANB Forum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Dentist Reception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 CE VERIFICATION Exhibits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56-57 Exhibitor List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58-59 COURSE HANDOUTS Friday Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-38 ROOM LOCATIONS Guest Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61, 73 Hinman Luncheon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 EXHIBITOR LIST Homes Tour. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Hotel Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 EXHIBIT HOURS Keynote Session . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 FLOOR PLAN Macy’s Shopping Event . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 WELCOME TO HINMAN Map of Downtown Atlanta . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 & more... MARTA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62, 63, 73 Parking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Prizes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52, 54, 56, 57 Registration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Saturday Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40-51 Shuttle Bus System. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Speakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64-68 1 Special Events & Offers . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52-55, 70 Table Clinics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 Fan Page: User Name: Thursday Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-19 Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting HinmanDental Viking Cooking Class . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Wine Tasting & Seminar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53©2013 The Thomas P Hinman Dental Meeting .
  • 4. COURSES FOR THE DENTAL TEAM T H U R S D A Y, M A R C H 2 1 F R I D A Y, M A R C H 2 2 Prevention Convention Business Office Bonanza For Dentists, Hygienists and Assistants For Dentists and Office Staff 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. MORNING SESSIONS MORNING SESSIONS Ms. Karen Davis Ms. Katherine M. Eitel Vision and Purpose for Teams to Soar Have Them at Hello: Overview of Four Essential Steps to Exceptional Phone Skills Dr. Barbara J. Steinberg Eating Disorders: Medical and Ms. Rosemary Bray Dental Considerations Wadda Ya Mean I Don’t Talk So Good? AFTERNOON SESSIONS AFTERNOON SESSIONS Dr. Dale A. Miles Ms. Lois J. Banta Risky Business: Dental X-rays – Are They Safe? Playing the Insurance and Accounts Are They Necessary? Receivables Game... Your Way Ms. Nancy Andrews Mr. Kerry K. Straine Hot Topics in Your Hygiene Department: Aligning Principles with Infection Control Profits is the Foundation of Financial Intelligence See page 11 for See page 28 for more information. more information. Prevention Convention For Dentists, Hygienists and Assistants 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. MORNING SESSIONS Dr. Barbara J. Steinberg The Four S’s of Optimal Aging: Sex, Sleep, Stress and Social Networks Ms. Renee C. GrahamWELCOME TO HINMAN Dental Implants: Assessment and Maintenance Strategies AFTERNOON SESSIONS Ms. Lisa Harper-Mallonee Fattening of America: Where Does Dentistry Fit into the Puzzle? 2 Dr. Van B. Haywood Explaining Bleaching Options to Your Patients See page 28 for more information. The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 5. COURSES FOR THE DENTAL TEAM F R I D A Y, M A R C H 2 2Clinical Team Conference – Staff Track Clinical Team Conference – Doctor TrackFor Dentists, Assistants and Students For Dentists9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. 9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.MORNING SESSIONS MORNING SESSIONSDr. Wayne Kerr Dr. Van B. HaywoodClinical Tips and Techniques! Smile Analysis and Esthetic Contouring Prior to Bleaching Dr. Barbara J. Steinberg The Four S’s of Optimal Aging: Dr. Harold L. Crossley Sex, Sleep, Stress and Social A Snapshot of Clinically Useful Pharmacology Networks AFTERNOON SESSION Dr. Randy F. Huffines Using Glass Ionomers Successfully Following the afternoon session, please visit the exhibit hall to experience the latest products and services from over 400 companies. See page 29 for more information. WELCOME TO HINMAN 3 Pre-Registration Information
  • 6. COURSES & SPEAKERS BY TOPIC TOPIC THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY Adhesion/Materials Parker, AM & PM Wakfield, AM Anesthesia Hawkins, AM Hakwins, AM Hawkins, AM Assistants/Staff ADAA, PM ADAA, AM & PM ADAA, AM DANB, AM & PM Bleaching/Whitening Haywood, AM & PM Botox/Dermal Filler Malcmacher, All day Malcmacher, All day Business/Finance Blair, AM Blair, PM Jordan, AM Manji, AM Banta, AM Lewis, AM Jordan, PM Manji, AM Lewis, AM Straine, AM & PM CAD/CAM Manji & Puri, AM & PM Puri, AM Communication Eitel, PM Eitel, PM Eitel, AM CPR AM & PM AM & PM Emergency Medicine Hawkins, PM Okeson, AM Endodontics Olmsted, AM & PM Olmsted, AM & PM Equipment Maintenance AM & PM AM & PM AM Ergonomics Andrews, PM Esthetics Chiche, AM Chiche, AM Brady, AM Cranham, AM McDonald, AM Chiche, AM Priest, AM Priest, PM Cranham, AM Wakefield, AM Priest, AM Forensics DiMaio, AM DiMaio, AM DiMaio, AM General Audience Christopher, AM Bray, PM Bray, AM DiMaio, PM Christopher, AM Christopher, AM Osuna, PM Huffines, AM Jeffords, PM Osuna, AM Kerr, PM Weber, PM Osuna, AM Serio, PM Weber, AM & PM Geriatrics Huffines, AM Huffines, AMWELCOME TO HINMAN Health/Nutrition Davis, AM Harper-Mallonee, AM Droter, AM Steinberg, AM & PM Harper-Mallonee, AM Steinberg, PM Hygiene Fong, PM K. Davis, PM K. Davis, AM Grisdale, PM Fong, AM & PM 4 Implants Little, PM Kudyba, PM Parker, PM Infection Control Andrews, AM Insurance Banta, PM Blair, AM The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 7. COURSES & SPEAKERS BY TOPIC TOPIC THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAYLasers Wyatt, AM Low, PM Braswell, PM Wyatt, AM Wyatt, AMOcclusion Brady, AM & PM McDonald, PMOffice Design Unthank, PM Unthank, AMOral Med/Oral Path Svirsky, AM Andrews, AM Svirsky, AM Svirsky, AM & PMOral Surgery/Suturing Edwab, AM Edwab, AM & PM Edwab, AM & PM Silverstein, AM & PM Silverstein, AM & PMOrthodontics Gray, All day Sarver, PM Sarver, AM Sarver, PMOSHA Kay, AM Kay, PM Kay, AMPediatrics Psaltis, PM Psaltis, AM & PM Psaltis, AM Rothman, PM Rothman, PM Rothman, AMPeriodontics/Perio Surgery Low, AM Grisdale, AM & PM Grisdale, AM Low, AM Low, AMPharmacology Crossley, AM Crossley, PM Crossley, AMPhotography Goldstein, PM Goldstein, PM Goldstein, AMPractice Management Banta, AMProsthodontics Christensen, AM & PM Christensen, AM Folse AM & PM Schnell, AM & PM Folse, AM & PM Little, AM Little, AM & PM Priest, AM Rouse, AM & PM Schnell, AM & PMProvisionals McDonald, PMRadiology Graham, AM & PM Miles, AM & PM Droter, AM Miles, AM Graham, PM Graham, AM Miles, AMRestorative Brady, AM Clark, AM & PM C. Davis, PM Christensen, AM Dawson & Cranham, All day McDonald, AM WELCOME TO HINMAN Clark, AM & PM Wakefield, AM & PMRisk Management Gardiner, PM Blair/Jordan/Shelburne Panel, AM Shelburne, PM Gardiner, PM Gardiner, AMSleep Apnea Rouse, AM Rouse, AMSoftware Phillips, AM & PM Phillips, AM & PM Phillips, AMTMD/TMJ Droter, PM Droter, PM Okeson, AM Okeson, AM & PM 5Web Presence Lombardi, AM Lombardi, AM Pre-Registration Information
  • 8. Bot ox & D e r m a l F ille r T r ai ni ng L e v e l I C o u r se with Dr. Louis Malcmacher, Part 1 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Invisalign Clear Essentials I with Dr. Brian Gray 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Pr event i o n C o nv e nt io n 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. V i ki ng C o o k ing C la ss Viking Cooking School 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Keynot e S e ssio n with Jack Hanna GWCC, Sidney Marcus Auditorium 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Tec hni c a l E x hibit s Vintage Car Show 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.T H U R S D AY, M A R C H 2 1 6 Stone Mountain Park, Stone Mountain, Georgia The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 9. PA R T I C I PAT I O N C O U R S E S Botox Training and Dermal Filler Training Level I Course Two-Day CourseDr. Louis MalcmacherCourse T100 8:00 a.m – 5:00 p.m (one hour lunch break)Continues on Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.D H ARegistration Attendance is limited to 50 participantsDentist Fee: $2,995Staff/Team Fee: $590Additional Charges Paid during the courseBotox vial: $545 eachDermal filler syringe: $265 eachThe American Academy of Facial Esthetics (www.facialesthetics.org)will contact attendees prior to the course with pre-courseinformation on choosing a model patient and other pertinent items.Paid attendees may participate in all 16 hours of the course.Attendees who are participating as patients will be allowed in facial pain and bruxism casesthe patient-treatment session only. “duck” lipsThe American Academy of Facial Esthetics is proud tobe the only anatomically-based training of non-surgical,minimally invasive, facial injectable program of its kind and lifting up the corners of the mouth using anatomical landmarksso that clinicians will feel confident in immediatelyintegrating these services into their practice. depths, proper preparation and dilution for the best oral andThis course is recognized as a board-approved post- maxillo-facial esthetic outcomesdoctoral course by the Georgia Board of Dentistry. reactions and management and treatment of possible complicationsCourse Objectives: outcomes (botox / dysport) and dermal fillers and proper dosing and delivery of botulinum neurotoxin (botox, dysport and xeomin) and dermal fillers maxillofacial structures including the neurophysiology, musculature T H U R S D AY, M A R C H 2 1 and circulatory system treating patients immediately injectable treatment pharmacologic agents injectable therapy hands-on your model patient 7 therapeutic and esthetic treatment plans into your daily practice Pre-Registration Information
  • 10. PA R T I C I PAT I O N C O U R S E S NEW Ms. Renee C. Graham Speaker Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Re-Certification Course T101 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Course T105 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Course T102 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Course T106 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Repeated on Friday (F146) & Saturday (S154) Repeated on Friday (F119 & F120) D H A All Attendees Fee: $165 Attendance is limited to 50 participants Fee: $75 Attendance is limited to 75 participants Aiming for Success: Radiographic Techniques from Analog The American Heart Association (AHA) has significantly changed the to Digital standards and techniques for CPR re-certification. Everyone previously Advances in technology have made a significant impact in the field of trained in CPR now needs to know the new methods. This course is dental radiography. For dental practices to make a smooth transition designed for anyone needing CPR re-certification, not for someone to new technology, it is beneficial to have an understanding of the learning CPR for the first time. It will include a written exam and basic principles of intraoral radiography and the modifications to these hands-on practice. You must have had CPR training within the last principles required by new technology. Use these techniques with your three years. Successful completion of each testing station and the current technology, analog or digital, to produce quality, diagnostic written exam is necessary to satisfy license requirements. A study images on the first exposure. guide is sent in advance to those attendees who pre-register. Participants should review this material prior to arrival. Note: Certification is valid for two years. Dr. Brian Gray 8 hours Course T103 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. D H A OS Preventive Equipment Maintenance Fee: $1,695 Attendance is limited to 80 participants Course T107 9:30 a.m – 12:30 p.m. Invisalign Clear Essentials I Course T108 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. This course has been designed for the general practitioner and staff Repeated on Friday (F130 & F131) & Saturday (S155) who wish to incorporate Invisalign® into their practice. Invisalign® is All Attendees an orthodontic technique that corrects malocclusion using a series of Fee: $95 Attendance is limited to 60 participants removable aligners. The course fee covers the doctor and up to eight Service technicians from local dental supply companies will cover auxiliary staff. basic preventive maintenance and safety requirements for dental office equipment. Learn how to properly maintain the following: air compressors, vacuum systems, autoclaves, cavitrons, prophy jets, Dr. Alfred D. Wyatt, Jr. handpieces, x-ray processors and digital sensors. Also, learn how to Course T104 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. change o-rings in a leaking air/water syringe and solve many other Repeated on Friday (F118) & Saturday (S156) maintenance issues that exist in every dental office. D ST Fee: $315 Attendance is limited to 36 participants Before You Buy a Laser, Make Sure You See the Light Dr. Lee H. Silverstein As lasers become more prevalent in the practice of dentistry, the Course T109 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.T H U R S D AY, M A R C H 2 1 choices and options available to the clinician can be confusing and Repeated on Friday (F140) overwhelming. Use this hands-on course to experience various D A ST modalities of lasers and discuss the advantages, uses and Fee: $265 Attendance is limited to 30 participants limitations of each. Atraumatic Extraction and Socket Grafting for the General Practitioner This hands-on course makes the removal of teeth easy while 8 saving the bony socket. Learn how to use regenerative barriers in a cost-effective and user-friendly way. This course will show the how, when and why of socket grafting in a trademarked, easy-to- understand fashion. The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 11. PA R T I C I PAT I O N C O U R S E SDr. Ronni A. Schnell Dr. Lee H. SilversteinCourse T110 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Course T112 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.D H LT ST Repeated on Friday (F117)Fee: $315 Attendance is limited to 30 participants D A ST Fee: $265 Attendance is limited to 32 participantsIncorporating Root Attachment-RetainedOverdentures into Your Practice Suturing for the General PractitionerCome learn simplified start-to-finish techniques for both the indirect This hands-on course makes suturing easy with discussions onfabrication and direct placement of precision and semi-precision materials, needles, techniques and types of surgical knots. It alsoattachments used in overlay denture prostheses. This hands-on demonstrates the how, when and why of suturing for particularcourse will allow you to prepare overlay abutments, create a space clinical procedures. This course is a must for all members of theanalysis for attachment selection and fit, and align and cement surgical team.ERA attachments. Learn how to retrofit a denture to an attachment,activate retention in a processed denture, and make an impressionfor a semi-precision attachment. Participants will receive a master ADAA Assistants’ Seminarkit containing two attachments for the course; the remaining tools Course T113 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.are for use in their offices. Repeated on Friday (F128 & F129) & Saturday (S152) ANote: Course T303 is a prerequisite for this course. Fee: $60 Attendance is limited to 50 participantsAttendees should bring loupes, mirror, explorer with perio probeand locking college pliers. Learning in the Round This seminar is created especially for the dental assistant. Don’t miss this hands-on opportunity to learn about new products,Dr. Thomas R. McDonald updated techniques and services available and share ideas with otherCourse T111 12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. dental assistants in this fun, small group setting. You will come awayD A LT ST energized, with product samples for your office and the possibility ofFee: $225 Attendance is limited to 50 participants great door prizes for yourself.Provisional Restorations for Today’s Restorative Practice Different topics are covered at each session so register early, asThe ability to efficiently fabricate precise, esthetic provisional this small group fills up fast. Non-ADAA member dental assistantsrestorations can take your restorative practice to another level. will receive a free six-month membership in the American DentalThis hands-on course will share the latest techniques and materials Assistants Association courtesy of the Hinman Dental Meeting.for provisional restorations in all areas of restorative dentistry, Current members will receive a special gift, so be sure to bring yourincluding provisionals for bonded final restorations. Participants ADAA membership card with you.will fabricate anterior and posterior provisional restorations forsingle and multiple units and learn the latest in esthetic contouring,troubleshooting and repairs. T H U R S D AY, M A R C H 2 1 9 Pre-Registration Information
  • 12. INTERACTIVE COURSES Ms. Laci L. Phillips Ms. Laci L. Phillips Course T200 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Course T201 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. All Attendees All Attendees Fee: $115 Attendance is limited to 80 participants Fee: $115 Attendance is limited to 80 participants Eaglesoft Learning Lab Softdent Learning Lab This three-hour lab gives you and your team a unique hands-on This three-hour lab gives you and your team a unique hands-on opportunity using your own practice management software. This lab opportunity using your own practice management software. This lab is designed for doctors and all team members who want to network is designed for doctors and all team members who want to network with other Eaglesoft users while learning more about using Eaglesoft with other Softdent users while learning more about using Softdent in in a reduced paper/chart-free environment. We’ll have an agenda that a reduced paper/chart-free environment. We’ll have an agenda that focuses on utilizing your software to explore the possibilities of taking focuses on utilizing your software to explore the possibilities of taking your practice to the next level. your practice to the next level.T H U R S D AY, M A R C H 2 1 10 The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 13. P R E V E N T I O N C O N V E N T I O N T H U R S D AY 9 : 0 0 a . m . – 4 : 3 0 p. m . Course T202 D H A Fee: Dentists $100, All others $70Ms. Karen Davis Dr. Dale A. Miles9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.Vision and Purpose for Teams to Soar Risky Business: Dental X-rays – Are They Safe?Thriving in today’s marketplace requires the dental team to be united Are They Necessary?and passionate about the way they serve their patients! Learn specific Dentists and their professional staff have many patients, and parentskeys to success including how to establish a clear vision and purpose of children, who think that dental x-rays are dangerous. X-rays can be,to guide practice decisions, how to have productive team meetings, but modern dental offices use techniques and equipment to minimizehow to make each day rewarding and how to exceed patients’ the risk and ensure the safety of the x-ray examination. Compareexpectations every time. your patients’ x-ray risk to daily activities we take EVERY DAY. Use the newest technology to reduce x-ray dosage simply and effectively, and reduce your patients’ x-ray concerns.Dr. Barbara J. Steinberg10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.Eating Disorders: Medical and Dental Considerations Ms. Nancy AndrewsEating disorders represent a complex spectrum of chronic illnesses, 3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.with medical and psychological complications that lead to the highest Hot Topics in Infection Controlmortality of all psychiatric disorders. Members of the dental team play Update your knowledge of the most important issues in clinicalan integral role in helping to identify those patients with undiagnosed safety. Are you clear on how to handle ordinary and extraordinaryeating disorders, and may be the first healthcare providers to infectious diseases? Blends science with reality to review CDCencounter such patients. Understand the psychological, medical guidelines and state regulations for infection control. Learn theand dental issues associated with these disorders, as well as dental latest in the management of blood-borne contact, droplet andmanagement considerations. airborne diseases, biofilms, skin disorders including allergies and reasonable precaution strategies.Lunch is on your own from 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. T H U R S D AY, M A R C H 2 1 11 Pre-Registration Information
  • 14. REGISTERED ATTENDANCE LECTURES Dr. Lee Ann Brady Ms. Lois J. Banta Course T203 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Course T206 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. D A ST Repeated on Friday (F233) Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 All Attendees Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 Mastering The Art of Treatment Planning This interactive program will present a systemized approach to Top 10 Management Tools for a Successful Practice treatment planning and case presentation, covering esthetics, Designing systems and protocols for a good foundation of production function and health. Learn the decision points and data necessary and collections can be quite a challenge. Identify strategies and to plan for success in all three areas. Participants will get to put the systems to keep your finger on the pulse of the practice to address system into practice by actively planning treatments for multiple day-to-day concerns before they become major issues. Focus on the cases during the program and discussing them with peers before must-have systems to achieve optimal results. Learn key strategies to seeing how the cases were ultimately managed. grow your practice and develop effective communication skills to assist patients in making informed decisions. Dr. Gordon J. Christensen Dr. Charles Blair Course T204 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Course T207 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. All Attendees All Attendees Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 Making “Real World” Dentistry Productive and Enjoyable Focus on the Future for a Profitable and Efficient Practice Modify your procedures for more enjoyable, higher quality patient Are you working “in” your practice rather than “on” it? Learn to see care using these tips. Complete patient education by staff will give you the “big picture,” analyze the business side of your practice and take excellent patient acceptance of treatment plans. Hear the very latest solid steps toward increasing profitability. Hear strategies, tips and about bleaching/whitening, indirect and direct veneers, conservative “pearls” on coping with a down economy, PPO strategies, procedure periodontal treatment, more predictable endodontics and implants for mix enhancement and hygiene department strategies. Also, focus on GPs. Apply this information about simple, predictable resin how to move from “cost-based” to “revenue-savvy,” diminish broken restorations, ceramic crowns, simple impressions and CAD/CAM appointments – an “economic killer” and plan a productive and restorative techniques to improve your practice. profitable future for your practice. NEW Dr. David Clark Speaker Dr. Dale A. Miles Course T208 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Course T205 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. D H A ST D H A Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 Modern Conservative Dentistry (With Examples in 3-D!) “The Rocky Horror Implant Show”: Cone Beam Technology Traditional sealants show failure rates as high as 92 percent. Posterior for Implants composites remain a struggle, with failure rates up to 50 percent Dentists use x-ray imaging every day to assist clinical treatment higher than amalgam. Post-operative sensitivity remains a problem,T H U R S D AY, M A R C H 2 1 planning for implant placement. Cone Beam imaging helps dentists and too many pulps are dying. Cracked teeth are the No. 3 cause of assess pre-surgical implant sites more rapidly and place implants tooth loss today. ALL IS NOT LOST! Minimally invasive dentistry is hot more precisely using surgical guides to simplify the surgical procedure and here to stay. Designed for the entire dental team, this course will and reduce the clinician’s risk of damage to an anatomic structure. present new findings in materials along with a wealth of tricks, tools See the power of this imaging and failures when Cone Beam imaging and techniques to update your skills. was not used. Simple software applications to quickly plan sites will be demonstrated. 12 The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 15. REGISTERED ATTENDANCE LECTURESDr. Harold L. Crossley Dr. Jeffrey S. RouseCourse T209 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Course T212 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.All Attendees Repeated on Saturday (S274)Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 D H A ST Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45Pharmaceutical and Street Drug Abuse:Its Impact on You and Your Family Sleep Prosthodontics – An Introduction to theHow is hand sanitizer used to get “high”? What are synthetic Future of Restorative Dentistrycannabinoids and how do they differ from marijuana? Do I This unique presentation will focus on preventing disease rather thanput “bath salts” in my bath water? What’s the significance of restoring morphology. Restoration of the teeth rarely fixes the corethe following: PIR, NIFOC, MOS, WCIMY and GSD? How do you cause of the problem. A growing body of research is beginning to linkquestion your patients to avoid drug interactions with street drugs? nocturnal airway issues in adults and children to tooth wear, myofacialThis dynamic, brutally honest and graphic presentation includes pain, craniofacial deficits, periodontal disease and malocclusion.the types, signs, symptoms and mechanisms of action of commonly This evidence-based course will provide clinicians with the foundationabused prescription and illicit drugs. to differentiate between the categories of sleep-disordered breathing and diagnose the variations from oral signs and symptoms.Dr. J. Mel HawkinsCourse T210 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.Repeated on Saturday (S71)D STFee: Dentists $70, All others $45Oral Sedation: Clinical “How-To” Applications,Pharmacology and ControversiesSedation is the practice builder of modern day dentistry.Apply sedation pharmacology and how to apply it in your practice.Learn from mistakes made over 30+ years of private practice andshare case reports. State Dental Board regulations will be comparedand contrasted, and the questions “How do I legally protect myself?”and “What is my professional fee?” will be addressed. Dr. Gerard J. Chiche Course T213 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.Dr. Samuel B. Low D H A STCourse T211 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45D H A STFee: Dentists $70, All others $45 Recipes for Predictable Anterior EstheticsThe “New” Periodontal Disease: Inflammatory and Risky Discover key factors for treatment planning of anterior restorations T H U R S D AY, M A R C H 2 1Periodontitis has moved into a new frontier as an infection and disease using a methodical treatment sequence applicable to major andof inflammation. Develop successful outcomes by incorporating minor anterior restorations. Step-by-step esthetic analysis will giveperiodontal medicine into your practice and treating periodontitis you maximum predictability. Determine how to identify the red flagas a major chronic inflammatory disease. Utilize risk assessment to areas prior to treatment and how to establish a prognosis fordetermine susceptibility with genetics, diet and stress as variables in predictable esthetic outcomes. Improve your handling of complexcontrolling the disease. cases by applying these effective rules of comprehensive smile design. 13 Pre-Registration Information
  • 16. REGISTERED ATTENDANCE LECTURES NEW Dr. Vincent J.M. DiMaio Speaker Dr. John A. Svirsky 2 hours Course T214 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Course T217 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Repeated on Saturday (S263) All Attendees All Attendees Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 Drugs I Have Known and Loved for Diseases That We Catch The JFK Assassination – Facts, Fantasy and Consequences This entertaining course will dramatize the treatment of oral diseases One of the most traumatic events of the 20th century was the we see every day and even get (how awful!). The goal of this program assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The forensics of the is to provide practical clinical information for use in all dental offices. assassination are straightforward if one has knowledge of wound The emphasis is on herpes, aphthous ulcerations, candidiasis, lichen ballistics and weapons. Hear about the individuals involved, the scene, planus and dry mouth. the weapons and the ammunition used and some of the bizarre sequelae of the assassination. Dr. Charles W. Wakefield Note: AGD credit will not be issued for this course. Course T218 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. D H A ST Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 Ms. Laney Kay Course T215 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Maximizing Esthetics through Artistic Smile Design Repeated on Friday (F247) & Saturday (S259) This course will present the use of color in dentistry, as well as All Attendees principles of smile design in the general dental practice for effective Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 planning and completion of esthetic cases. Esthetic anterior crown lengthening and porcelain veneers/crowns will be discussed. Blood, Spit and Fears: A Painless OSHA Update Update your knowledge to select the most advantageous material Let’s face it … most OSHA training courses are anything but fun! or restoration for esthetic cases. Gain the confidence to immediately Join us for a class that will change your mind forever. It’s fun, it’s fast, apply these principles in your practice. it’s informative and it satisfies your annual OSHA requirements. We’ll cover the newest infection control guidelines, new disease information, HIPAA highlights and other relevant regulations. Dr. Gordon J. Christensen Course T219 12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. All Attendees Dr. George F. Priest Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 Course T216 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Repeated on Saturday (S260) Crowns Have Changed Radically, Have You? D A LT Over the past few years, indirect restorations have changed immensely. Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 Porcelain-fused-to-metal (PFM) use has reduced rapidly and the use of full-ceramic crowns has increased faster than at any time Progressive Veneer Techniques for Optimal Esthetics in the history of dentistry. Discover the many changes in indirect As the foundation of an esthetically-oriented practice, ceramic veneers restorations including Zirconia-based restorations, full-ZirconiaT H U R S D AY, M A R C H 2 1 present an opportunity to dramatically enhance a patient’s appearance, restorations, Lithium-disilicate restorations and Leucite-reinforced yet they can be the most challenging restorative procedure to properly ceramic restorations. Apply these practical clinical aspects ranging execute. Discover techniques for reducing these challenges and for from tooth preparation to cementation. delivering predictably consistent results using custom, yet conservative, preparation design predicated on individual patient indications. 14 The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 17. REGISTERED ATTENDANCE LECTURES NEWDr. Gregory L. Psaltis Dr. John R. Droter SpeakerCourse T220 12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Course T223 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.All Attendees Repeated on Friday (F249)Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 All Attendees Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45Baby Steps – The Future of Pediatric CareEmphasis is now being placed on establishing a dental home for all The TMJ: From Confusion to Claritychildren upon eruption of the first tooth or no later than 12 months of age. With MRI and CT scans we no longer have to guess what is going onIt is essential that all dental care providers become skilled at the steps inside the TMJ. Understanding orthopedic medicine is the key tonecessary to make these visits successful for both the child and parents. understanding joints. This introduction into reading MRI and CT scansThis course will discuss developmental ages, appropriate guidelines and will allow you to see in the joint, so things begin to make sense.clinical tips for navigating through this new standard of care using clinical Differentiate between dangerous clicks and others. Physical damagephotographs and video footage to demonstrate techniques. to the disc and ligaments may or may not progress to more serious problems, as identified by key factors. NEWDr. David Clark SpeakerCourse T221 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Dr. Michael UnthankAll Attendees Course T224 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 Repeated on Friday (F245) All AttendeesBetter, Faster, Prettier Composites (With Examples in 3-D!) Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45The role of composites in everyday dentistry is confusing. When isporcelain better; when is composite preferred? Is layering important? Your Office: Where Dentistry and Architecture MergeDo I really need 19 different composite shades and types? See 3-D Whether remodeling, finishing a space, or constructing a new building,video along with crisp clinical images to understand the expanded role a well-planned dental office will have an immediate positive impact onof composite in today’s dental practice. virtually all facets of your practice. It can improve your productivity while decreasing your stress and allow you to create an “image” or “identity” consistent with your ideal practice. It will communicate theDr. James C. Grisdale quality of your services, inspire your patients’ confidence and assureCourse T222 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. their comfort. It costs more to build it wrong than to build it right!D H A STFee: Dentists $70, All others $45Implant Maintenance Therapy 101 for theDental Team: Newest Must-Know Techniques forthe Dentist and Hygienist for Predictable ImplantMaintenance and LongevityThe dentist and dental hygienist who are educated andknowledgeable in the surgical and restorative processes are T H U R S D AY, M A R C H 2 1an invaluable resource to patients considering implants.The long-term health of peri-implant soft and hard tissues isessential to successful implant therapy. Study the basics ofimplant surgery and restoration, with a focus on the criticalaspect of implant maintenance for long-term successconsidering current techniques and future implantmaintenance protocols. 15 Pre-Registration Information
  • 18. GENERAL ATTENDANCE LECTURES Dr. Randy F. Huffines Dr. Ronni A. Schnell Course T300 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Course T303 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. D H A ST D H LT ST No Fee No Fee Dick Cheney: Dental Patient Go Ahead, Bite into That Apple! Former Vice President Dick Cheney has had five heart attacks, high Anchoring an overlay denture to retained roots enhances denture blood pressure, high cholesterol, cardiac pacemaker, atrial fibrillation, stability and comfort while preserving alveolar bone. It also provides implantable cardioverter defibrillator, balloon angioplasty, coronary the patient with the security of retention. This presentation will help bypass, unstable angina, congestive heart failure and a recent heart you analyze preexisting dentures and conditions, learn space analysis, transplant. If you were Dick Cheney’s dentist, how would you need to understand root abutment and attachment selection and develop modify your treatment based on these conditions? Learn practical important follow–up care and maintenance. techniques that will make treatment of your own cardiovascular Note: This course is a prerequisite for course T110. patients more efficient, predictable and rewarding. Mr. Bruce Christopher Dr. John S. Olmsted Course T304 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Course T301 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. All Attendees D A ST No Fee No Fee Are We Having Fun Yet? Attitude and Peak Performance Endo Tips from 35 Years of Practice... in the Practice The Tradition Continues The first aspect of learning effective patient service skills is to Endodontics requires a high level of technical skills and biological develop a staff of highly energized people with a high self–esteem understanding. Discover endo tips for diagnosis, local anesthesia, quotient. People with a positive attitude get sick less often, have isolation and access, rotary instrumentation and biochemical better relationships and are more successful in their careers. irrigation. Update your skills so you can understand the various steps Attitude is contagious and helps create an energized work of diagnosis and utilization of local anesthetics and apply the latest in environment. Apply these powerful skills to deal with difficult isolation, access, irrigation and new rotary instrumentation. patients and staff personnel. Note: This course is recommended prior to attending course T310. Mr. Imtiaz Manji Dr. Jeffrey P. Okeson Course T305 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Course T302 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Repeated on Saturday (S373) D H A ST All Attendees No Fee No Fee TMD: A Diagnostic Challenge Your Future in Patient Care and ValueT H U R S D AY, M A R C H 2 1 Temporomandibular disorders are common in the general population Do you feel like you’re getting ahead or just keeping up? Are you and therefore the clinician needs to be able to properly diagnose confident or unsure about the future? Everyday is an opportunity to these conditions. Pain is complex, however, and much confusion can do something great and to set yourself, your patients and the practice arise. Discover a simple and logical method to separate TMD from on a course for an incredible tomorrow. Bring your team to align other orofacial pain disorders. Then you can properly differentiate everyone’s vision for patient and practice success, as well as create those patients who can be helped in the dental office from those daily focus around patient care and caring to optimize individual, who should be referred to other health care providers. team and practice success. 16 The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 19. GENERAL ATTENDANCE LECTURES Dr. John S. Olmsted Course T310 12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. D A ST No Fee More Endo Tips from 35 Years of Practice... For the Future Endodontics requires a high level of technical skills and biological understanding. Hear endo tips for resin bonded obturation, restoration with fiber posts and postoperative care. You will be able to understandDr. John C. Cranham the new resin bonded obturation and restoration with fiber posts andCourse T306 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. update your utilization of the correct pain medications and antibiotics.All AttendeesNo Fee Note: Course T301 is recommended prior to attending this course.Building, Managing and Marketing the Cosmetic/Restorative Practice Dr. David M. SarverChanges in the marketplace require improved communication with our Course T311 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.patients and dental laboratory. Learn new procedures and how to work All Attendeeswith new materials. All members of the dental team need to be aware No Feeof these exciting new times and have the tools to build the practice oftheir dreams. Identification and Treatment of Microesthetic Features of the SmileDr. Robert R. Edwab Tooth shape and proportion are important components of theCourse T307 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. esthetic smile. This is true in cosmetic dentistry and orthodontics.D A ST This presentation will show you how reshaping of the naturalNo Fee dentition in the course of orthodontic treatment can not only improve the orthodontic outcome dramatically, but can serveOffice Oral Surgery for the General Practitioner Made Easy as a critical adjunct to your restorative goals.Make oral surgery productive and uneventful by spending time withthis course, which shares lessons learned from 30 years of oralsurgery practice. Learn which instruments to use for root removals, Ms. Lois J. Bantaalveoplasties and frenectomies, while applying a technique to calculate Course T312 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.a safe dose of local anesthetic for adults and children. All Attendees No FeeDental Assisting National Board Forum 1 hour Build Your Practice with “Paid For” DentistryCourse T308 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Establishing patient financial arrangements can be so frustrating!Course T309 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Learn to design appropriate financial arrangement guidelines,A T H U R S D AY, M A R C H 2 1 taking into consideration third–party financing, insuranceNo Fee reimbursement and those wonderful cash–paying patients.DANB Forum All dental offices are unique and should have availableThe entire dental team is invited to attend The Dental Assisting National flexible payment plans to help patients accept needed dentistry.Board, Inc. (DANB) forum. DANB will present information about its Uncover the mysteries surrounding this complex issue andnational certifications: Certified Dental Assistant (CDA), Certified design “fool–proof ” financial policies.Orthodontic Assistant (COA), Certified Preventive Dental Assistant(CPDA) and other program and policy updates. DANB will discuss state 17activities and the requirements dental assistants must meet to performadditional duties or expanded functions. Attendees also will learn aboute-learning opportunities through the DALE Foundation, the officialDANB affiliate and receive gifts and giveaways. Pre-Registration Information
  • 20. GENERAL ATTENDANCE LECTURES NEW Dr. Vincent J.M. DiMaio Speaker Dr. David L. Rothman 2 hours Course T313 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Course T316 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. All Attendees D H A ST No Fee No Fee Americans’ Love Affair with Firearms: “You Want to Do What to My Child?” Answering Parents’ Historical and Cultural Perspectives Difficult Questions While Keeping Your Sanity The U.S. public owns 270 to 300 million firearms, 31 to 34 percent of all Flash! Brushing and flossing don’t stop cavities! For years, we have firearms in the world. Annually, Americans purchase three to five million promulgated myths that we learned in dental school. Start evaluating firearms. The public attitude on possession of firearms has changed evidence-based research on the issues of caries, hygiene, diet, caries over the decades, with 73 percent favoring public possession of risk assessment, prevention and how to manage the family (it’s not firearms. The popularity of firearms in the U.S. is due to two converging just the child) for the initial evaluation and follow-up visits. We’ll also historical events occurring at the time of the American Revolution. talk about sleep-disordered breathing and screening for risk factors How has this changed our perceptions of our government? that effect growth and development of the oral cavity. Note: AGD credit will not be issued for this course. Dr. Mitchell J. Gardiner Ms. Katherine M. Eitel Course T317 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Course T314 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Repeated on Saturday (S366) All Attendees All Attendees No Fee No Fee LIONESS LEADERSHIP: Awaken the Instinctive Leader in YOU Can Your Dental Team Help to Defend You in a Lions are born leaders. The primary goal of mature lionesses is to Malpractice Lawsuit? awaken those instincts to ensure the success of the pride. Leadership Clinical documentation has been proven to be the gold standard in has everything to do with your state of mind and the skill sets you defending malpractice lawsuits. The entire dental team is of critical master. This course will help you access the leader within, importance in defending their dentists by keeping records that communicate and think like a leader, connect vision to action and meet accepted standards in every way. Use this rare opportunity to inspire those around you to do the same. review and analyze actual malpractice cases to understand how documentation helped to win and lose these lawsuits in court. Leave NEW with a fresh perspective of what needs to be documented and why. Dr. David Little Speaker Course T315 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. All Attendees Ms. Tricia Osuna No Fee Course T318 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Implant Dentistry: The Outlook for the Future Is Bright! D H A ST The future of dentistry lies in our ability to enhance the quality of our No Fee patients’ lives. Implant dentistry broadens the options for our patients, What Is It? How Do I Use It?: Today’s Dental ProductsT H U R S D AY, M A R C H 2 1 whether replacing a single tooth or an entire edentulous arch. and Treatment Options Advancements in technology such as CBCT and CAD–CAM planning Today’s dental sessions require an exhaustive knowledge of products, software allow the dentist to virtually develop a restorative–driven instruments and equipment. The process of care (assessment, treatment plan that produces predictable results. diagnosis, treatment planning, implementation and evaluation) has become very complex. It is important to understand what these products are, how to use them, contemporary treatment options, how to implement procedures and how to evaluate what is and is 18 not working for both patients and clinicians. The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 21. GENERAL ATTENDANCE LECTURES NEWMs. Cynthia Fong Dr. Roy S. Shelburne SpeakerCourse T319 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Course T321 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.D H A ST All AttendeesNo Fee No Fee Dental Records Prevent Criminal Records:Formulating the Ultrasonic Debridement Treatment Plan Do Dentistry, Not TimeThis course will enable participants to apply the fundamentals of Sentenced to prison in 2008 and released in 2010, I learned a seriesultrasonic debridement for a non–surgical periodontal treatment of lessons the hard way. Protect your practice in the event of astrategy. Clinical cases will be used to demonstrate appropriate board complaint, insurance audit, malpractice claim or criminalequipment and technology, consider the impact of the patient’s complaint. My records were faulty. To be prepared for any challenge,medical/dental histories, define treatment sequencing and the team must be careful, concise, complete and diligent.comprehend the criteria for instrumentation. Learning and implementing my approach will bring freedom, literally and figuratively.Dr. Martin B. GoldsteinCourse T320 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.D H A STNo FeeDental Digital Photography: Filling in the GapsDigital photography has taken on considerable importance in thedental office in case documentation, patient–doctor co–diagnosisand case planning. While many participate at some level, there aregaps in our digital photography knowledge which often prevent usfrom maximizing participation. “Fill in the gaps” by taking home acollection of new “tricks” that will enhance your implementation ofdigital photography into everyday practice. 1-on-1 1 01 s t H i n m a n at the T H U R S D AY, M A R C H 2 1 Take advantage of the opportunity to spend one-on-one time with some of our top clinicians on Thursday afternoon. You’ve told us that you want more time for questions, interaction and discussions with our speakers so here’s your chance! On Thursday afternoon from 2:30-3:30 p.m., Drs. Brady, Huffines, Okeson and Rouse will be available in different locations on the exhibit hall floor to take your questions, discuss case studies and to share information not heard in their scheduled 19 lectures. The seating capacity is first-come, first-served but the opportunity to learn from these experts is unlimited. Check out the website and on-site program for exact locations. Pre-Registration Information
  • 22. Al l -Da y Tr a ck s for the Entire Dental Team 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Al l -Day C o u r se with Drs. Peter Dawson & John Cranham 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Interactive Panel Discussion with Dr. Charles Blair, Mr. Joseph Jordan & Dr. Roy Shelburne 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Hi nman L u nche o n with Mr. Bruce Christopher Ritz-Carlton, Atlanta 11:45 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Tec hni c a l E x hibit s 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. H i nm a n Hap p y Hour courtesy of onPeak 5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.F R I D AY, M A R C H 2 2 Auxi l i ar y Re ce pt io n 7:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. 20 Dent i st Re ce pt io n 7:30 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. Modern Skyscrapers, Downtown Atlanta The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 23. PA R T I C I PAT I O N C O U R S E SDr. Louis Malcmacher Dr. Lee H. SilversteinCourse T100 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (one hour lunch break) Course F117 8:30 a.m – 11:30 a.m.D H A Repeated from Thursday (T112) D A STBotox and Dermal Filler Training Level I Course Fee: $265 Attendance is limited to 32 participantsPart 2 of Course. Suturing for the General PractitionerSee page 7 for additional information. This hands-on course makes suturing easy with discussions on materials, needles, techniques and types of surgical knots. It also demonstrates the how, when and why of suturing for particular clinical NEW procedures. This course is a must for all members of the surgical team.Dr. David Clark SpeakerCourse F114 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.D Dr. Alfred D. Wyatt, Jr.Fee: $295 Attendance is limited to 40 participants Course F118 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.Minimally Invasive Posterior Composites Repeated from Thursday (T104) & Saturday (S156)G.V. Black’s 1890 posterior tooth preparations have no place today in D STcomposite dentistry. Participants will prepare and restore modern class I Fee: $315 Attendance is limited to 36 participants(fissurotomy) and class II (Clark Class II non-retentive infinity edge). Before You Buy a Laser, Make Sure You See the LightClinical tips for modern instruments will be shared. Dr. Clark’s recently As lasers become more prevalent in the practice of dentistry, theco-authored text book “Contemporary Cavity Preparations” will set the choices and options available to the clinician can be confusing andstage for this important class. Learn, prepare and injection-mold the overwhelming. The purpose of this hands-on course is to exposeminimally invasive Clark Class II. Learn and perform the three new steps participants to various modalities of lasers and discuss the advantages,to achieve rock-solid posterior composite contacts. Use the bonus uses and limitations of each.exercise of peg lateral treatment to learn the concept of injectionmolding of composites, using modern matrices, wedges and separators. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Re-CertificationMs. Cynthia Fong Course F119 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.Course F115 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Course F120 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.Course F116 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.D H A All AttendeesFee: $215 Attendance is limited to 30 participants Fee: $75 Attendance is limited to 75 participantsA Simplified Instrumentation Approach to Ultrasonic The American Heart Association (AHA) has significantly changed theDebridement standards and techniques for CPR re-certification. Everyone previouslyResearch has documented the use of power scalers for complete trained in CPR now needs to know the new methods. This course isperiodontal debridement. However, clinicians continue to have difficulty designed for anyone needing CPR re-certification, not for someonein applying the theory in clinical practice. This hands-on course will learning CPR for the first time. It will include a written exam andfocus on the fundamentals of ultrasonic debridement, instrumentation hands-on practice. You must have had CPR training within the last F R I D AY, M A R C H 2 2criteria and sequencing in a straightforward and clear format that will three years. Successful completion of each testing station and theallow you to gain the confidence and skills necessary to immediately written exam is necessary to satisfy license requirements. A studyincorporate the use of power scalers into your practice. guide is sent in advance to those attendees who pre-register. Participants should review this material prior to arrival. Note: Certification is valid for two years. 21 Pre-Registration Information
  • 24. PA R T I C I PAT I O N C O U R S E S Dr. Robert R. Edwab Dr. Gregory L. Psaltis Course F121 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Course F126 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Course F122 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Course F127 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Repeated on Saturday (S150) D D ST Fee: $345 Attendance is limited to 24 participants Fee: $345 Attendance is limited to 28 participants A Crowning Event! Stainless Steel and Hands-On Oral Surgery Workshop for the General Anterior Strip Crowns Practitioner Do primary tooth crowns mystify you? In this hands-on workshop, This hands-on course will give you the chance to broaden your you will learn stainless steel and anterior composite crown scope of practice by making oral surgery more enjoyable and more techniques and then perform them on a typodont. Clinical and predictable. Learning step-by-step techniques, you will use fresh radiographic diagnosis also is included. After this course, pig mandibles for soft tissue surgery and suturing, and learn proper you’ll agree that these restorations are a snap! use of cowhorn and ash forceps, and rongeurs for extractions, Attendees should bring loupes to this course. alveoplasties and root removals. ADAA Assistants’ Seminar Dr. Samuel B. Low Course F128 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Course F123 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Course F129 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. D ST Repeated from Thursday (T113) & Saturday (S152) Fee: $295 Attendance is limited to 30 participants A Gain Perio/Restorative Access: Flaps Versus Lasers Fee: $60 Attendance is limited to 50 participants The restorative dentist is challenged by subgingival margin placement Learning in the Round including the patient’s satisfaction with esthetic appearance. This seminar is created especially for the dental assistant. Experience manipulation of gingival and boney margins to obtain Don’t miss this hands-on opportunity to learn about new products, satisfying restorative results with defined end points providing updated techniques and services available and share ideas with other essential biologic width. Learn to determine case selection and dental assistants in this fun, small group setting. You will come away choose appropriate surgical techniques, define anatomical energized, with product samples for your office and the possibility limitations of surgical restorative access and describe surgical of great door prizes for yourself. techniques for restorative access including flap manipulation and suturing methodologies. Consider laser utilization, mucogingival Different topics are covered at each session so register early, as this augmentation and understand post-operative expectations to small group fills up fast. Non-ADAA member dental assistants will better serve your patients. receive a free six-month membership in the American Dental Assistants Association courtesy of the Hinman Dental Meeting. Current members will receive a special gift, so be sure to bring your Dr. John S. Olmsted ADAA membership card with you. Course F124 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Course F125 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.F R I D AY, M A R C H 2 2 D A ST Fee: $345 Attendance is limited to 30 participants R U Ready 4 the 2 Nu R’s N Endo? Rotary and Resilon What better way to improve your endodontic skills than with a hands-on workshop? You will be introduced to comprehensive diagnosis, new concepts with irrigation, continuing improvements 22 with rotary files and the new resin bonding 3-D obturation material, with all the properties of gutta-percha but with superior sealing abilities as a root canal filling material. The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 25. PA R T I C I PAT I O N C O U R S E SPreventive Equipment MaintenanceCourse F130 9:30 a.m – 12:30 p.m.Course F131 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.Repeated from Thursday (T107 & T108) & Saturday (S155)All AttendeesFee: $95 Attendance is limited to 60 participantsService technicians from local dental supply companies will coverbasic preventive maintenance and safety requirements for dentaloffice equipment. Learn how to properly maintain the following:air compressors, vacuum systems, autoclaves, cavitrons, prophyjets, handpieces, x-ray processors and digital sensors. Also, learnhow to change o-rings in a leaking air/water syringe and solvemany other maintenance issues that exist in every dental office.Dr. James C. GrisdaleCourse F132 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.D ST NEW Mr. Imtiaz Manji & Dr. Sameer Puri SpeakerFee: $295 Attendance is limited to 25 participants Course F134 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.The Key Essentials of Predictable Bone Grafting for Site D APreparation for Implants and Prosthetics: A Workshop Fee: $395 Attendance is limited to 60 participantsPrevention of alveolar bone loss and maintenance of alveolar bone Hands-On Digital and CAD/CAM Dentistrystructure are mandatory for long term stability of conventional or Come experience the practice-transforming technology driven byimplant-supported prosthetic replacements. Use this hands-on CAD/CAM in the contemporary digital practice using a completeworkshop to practice the technical aspects of ridge preservation and hands-on clinical process with CAD/CAM and digital fabricationaugmentation, studying the variety of contemporary grafting materials of a restoration. Learn about the clinical application of CAD/CAM inand predicting graftable defects. This is an intense hands-on learning your practice. Specifically, imaging with a camera, designing a partialexperience that you can use upon your return to your office. and full coverage restoration, capturing the occlusion intraorally, milling a restoration and characterizing and finishing the restoration will be presented.Dr. Martin B. GoldsteinCourse F133 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Note: Course F235 is recommended prior to attending this course.Repeated on Saturday (S147)All AttendeesFee: $225 Attendance is limited to 36 participants Dr. Thomas R. McDonald Course F135 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.Digital Dental Photography: Practice Builder – D STHands-On Edition F R I D AY, M A R C H 2 2 Fee: $245 Attendance is limited to 16 participantsDigital photography can accelerate a lagging cosmetic or bread-and-butter restorative practice. By learning not only “how to” and Occlusion and Esthetics“with what,” this hands-on experience will enhance your digital Many clinicians have difficulty achieving an accurate, repeatablephotographic capabilities to increase cosmetic and restorative output starting position for restorative treatment. In this “roll up your sleeves,”in your practice. Cameras will be provided for attendees to use during wet-gloved course, participants will manipulate materials andthe course. instruments to achieve accurate occlusal records and mounted diagnostic casts. Discussions will include a review of TMJ anatomy, 23Attendees should bring cheek retractors and an occlusal mirror to occlusal diagnosis and esthetics.this course. Pre-Registration Information
  • 26. PA R T I C I PAT I O N C O U R S E S Dr. Lee Ann Brady Dr. Ronni A. Schnell Course F136 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Course F139 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. D LT ST D LT Fee: $315 Attendance is limited to 20 participants Fee: $315 Attendance is limited to 30 participants Creating an Organized Occlusion Hands-On Cast RPD Survey and Design One of our most difficult tasks is creating an optimized occlusion. This This hands-on course utilizes the principles learned in the didactic workshop will help you understand and implement the concepts of session and tests the hypotheses developed with partially edentulous organizing an occlusion based on signs and symptoms present during models. You will learn the proper use of a surveyor, apply a design the examination. Assess the role the occlusion plays as a risk to a rationale with a logical defined sequence, evaluate design options successful long-term outcome. Occlusal design components will be and determine the path of insertion for a given case. Participants presented along with the rationale for reducing muscle engagement are also encouraged to bring in their own casts for consultation. and force application by controlling tooth contact. Attendees should bring loupes to this course. Note: Course F346 is a prerequisite to this course. NEW Dr. David Little Speaker Course F137 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Dr. Lee H. Silverstein Repeated on Saturday (S148) Course F140 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. D ST Repeated from Thursday (T109) Fee: $315 Attendance is limited to 22 participants All Attendees Fee: $265 Attendance is limited to 30 participants Esthetic Implant-Retained Overdentures Implant-retained overdentures will enhance the quality of life for the Atraumatic Extraction and Socket Grafting for the fully edentulous patient. New advancements in technology and General Practitioner products enhance function and create the illusion of reality in patients’ This hands-on course makes the removal of teeth easy while saving the smiles. Use this hands-on instruction to gain a higher level of technical bony socket. Learn how to use regenerative barriers in a cost-effective knowledge and increase your motivation to achieve a new level of care. and user-friendly way. This course will show the how, when and why of socket grafting in a trademarked, easy-to-understand fashion. Dr. Dale A. Miles NEW Course F138 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Dr. David Clark Speaker D ST Course F141 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Fee: $225 Attendance is limited to 24 participants D Fee: $295 Attendance is limited to 40 participants Cone Beam Anatomy: Let’s Review What You May be Missing Minimally Invasive Anterior Composites As dentists, we use imaging every day to refine our clinical treatment Direct composites are under appreciated in today’s world of implants decisions. Now there’s an amazing, low cost, effective “CT” modality and computer-assisted ceramics. Yet, composites can be the least for dentistry. This three-hour hands-on anatomy review session will invasive, most natural and most wonderfully esthetic of all help you learn principles and applications of dentistry’s newest and restorations. Use this hands-on experience for a unique approach toF R I D AY, M A R C H 2 2 most advanced imaging technology – Cone Beam “CT” (computed modern resin dentistry. You will perform injection molding to create tomography). See large and small volume anatomic structures in ideal margins and rounded emergence profiles and mirror smooth detail like you’ve never seen before. Come see what you may have restorations in four unique exercises: deep anterior caries, peg lateral, been missing. black triangles and back-to-back midline diastema. 24 The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 27. PA R T I C I PAT I O N C O U R S E SDr. James C. Grisdale Dr. J. Mel HawkinsCourse F142 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Course F143 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.D ST All AttendeesFee: $295 Attendance is limited to 25 participants Fee: $245 Attendance is limited to 32 participantsConcepts and Procedures for Predictable Crown – Medical Emergencies in the Office,Lengthening Techniques: Past, Current and New Trends Medical Emergencies in LifeA variety of techniques can be utilized in crown extension. Emergencies affect patients and the dental team that reacts to them,Understand the critical concept of biologic width as it applies to but they can also affect day-to-day life at home. Discover reasonablecrown extension. Detailed diagnosis and treatment planning will be and simple approaches to medical emergencies, anywhere. Knowingcovered, emphasizing soft and hard tissue surgical approaches. the syncope protocol is vital and can be initiated in virtually any urgentProper case selection, flap types and management from incisions, situation. Drugs, although necessary, are de-emphasized and IVflap elevation and positioning to suturing techniques will be access is ill advised for the majority of dental offices. Case reports,described as well as advances in newer technology. vasoconstrictor emergencies and more are shared. Participants will rotate through four stations creating a hands-on practical experience. F R I D AY, M A R C H 2 2 25 Pre-Registration Information
  • 28. PA R T I C I PAT I O N C O U R S E S NEW Dr. Samuel B. Low Ms. Renee C. Graham Speaker Course F144 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Course F146 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. D H ST Course Repeated from Thursday (T101 & T102) & Saturday (S154) Fee: $295 Attendance is limited to 30 participants D H A ST Fee: $165 Attendance is limited to 50 participants Utilizing New Laser Technology in a Periodontal Environment Aiming for Success: Radiographic Techniques Use this hands-on experience with lasers and hog jaws to review from Analog to Digital laser therapies for both perio-restorative and perio-pathology uses. Advances in technology have made a significant impact in the Explore anecdotal and science-based resources from crown- field of dental radiography. For dental practices to make a lengthening procedures to treatment of periodontitis. Case reports smooth transition to new technology, it is beneficial to have an demonstrating success will be utilized along with clear contraindications. understanding of the basic principles of intraoral radiography and Incorporating a laser into your dental practice will be introduced the modifications to these principles required by new technology. considering patient acceptance and third-party coding. Use these techniques with your current technology, analog or digital, to produce quality, diagnostic images on the first exposure. Dr. Gregory J. Folse Course F145 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Repeated on Saturday (S158) D LT ST Fee: $345 Attendance is limited to 20 participants Difficult Denture Patients: Real World Solutions Hands-On Workshop This participation course provides hands-on experiences with modified impression and border-molding techniques, highly efficient and precise occlusal rim procedures (5–10 minute chair time) and formulation of patient-specific occlusal schemes. Once applied, these unique treatment techniques will decrease treatment and chair time, decrease adjustment rates and increase denture success in your practice. Note: Course F348 is a prerequisite for this course.F R I D AY, M A R C H 2 2 26 The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 29. INTERACTIVE COURSES PA N E L Ms. Laci L. Phillips Course F226 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Dr. Charles Blair – PANEL with All Attendees Mr. Joseph D. Jordan & Dr. Roy S. Shelburne Fee: $115 Attendance is limited to 80 participants Course F343 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Dentrix Learning Lab All Attendees This three-hour lab gives you and your team a unique hands-on No Fee opportunity using your own practice management software. This lab is Stay Out of Jail: designed for doctors and all team members who want to network with How to Navigate Dentistry’s “Danger Zones” other Dentrix users while learning more about using Dentrix software in a reduced paper/chart-free environment. We’ll have an agenda thatThis fast-paced interactive course will highlight today’s “danger focuses on utilizing your software to explore the possibilities of takingzones” and will provide guidance and the tools necessary to your practice to the next level.minimize risk, reduce stress, save time and increase legitimatereimbursement. Keypads let you participate in the presentation,which will highlight common misconceptions and errors. You will Ms. Nancy Andrewsleave better prepared to protect and defend yourself and your Course F227 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.practice from things that can harm you. D H ANote: Keypads are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Fee: $80 Attendance is limited to 50 participantsNot all attendees may have access to keypads during this course. Ergonomics: The Art of Protective Positioning Repetitive motion, awkward positions and forceful traumatic movements may add up to lost careers. The causes, anatomy and prevention of cumulative trauma disorders are linked with helpful hints. Magnification,Ms. Nancy Andrews illumination and positioning are discussed, as well as health issues thatCourse F225 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. impact susceptibility to ergonomic stresses. Attendees participate inAll Attendees stretching and strengthening exercises that can be performed at work.Fee: $80 Attendance is limited to 80 participants Wear comfortable clothes for stretching.Lesions and Lifestyles Workshop – Oral Pathology Reviewand Update for AuxiliariesAttend this interactive learning and review process to help auxiliaries Ms. Laci L. Phillipsperfect your methods of identifying and handling oral conditions. Course F228 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.Cases are presented and stories are told, as lesions are linked with All Attendeeslifestyles, histories, habits and outcomes. Sharpen your “eagle eye” Fee: $115 Attendance is limited to 80 participantsand perfect your ability to explain, record and manage oral PracticeWorks Learning Labpathologies by solving case studies in groups. This three-hour lab gives you and your team a unique hands-on opportunity using your own practice management software. This lab is designed for doctors and all team members who want to network with other PracticeWorks users while learning more about using F R I D AY, M A R C H 2 2 the software in a reduced paper/chart-free environment. We’ll have an agenda that focuses on utilizing your software to explore the possibilities of taking your practice to the next level. 27 Pre-Registration Information
  • 30. BUSINESS OFFICE BONANZA 8 : 3 0 a . m . – 4 : 0 0 p. m . Course F229 D OS Fee: Dentists $100, All others $70 Lunch is on your own from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Ms. Katherine M. Eitel Ms. Lois J. Banta 8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Have Them at HelloTM: Overview of Four Essential Steps to Playing the Insurance and Accounts Receivables Game... Exceptional Phone Skills Your Way Preview the four simple, yet essential steps to mastering exceptional Is your office desk sagging from the weight of your insurance claims new patient phone calls and the empowering philosophy of report? Accounts receivables out of control? Institute proven systems eliminating scripts and trusting your instinctive greatness to relate to effectively track A/R, follow up on past-due claims more efficiently perfectly to your callers. Learn to convert new contacts to lasting and minimize your stress level. Discover how to design systems for patients every time! collecting from patients and eliminate the “bad guy” perception. Ms. Rosemary Bray Mr. Kerry Straine NEW Speaker 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. 2:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Wadda Ya Mean I Don’t Talk So Good? Your Hygiene Department: Aligning Principles with Communicating at all times in an effective, professional manner is Profits is the Foundation of Financial Intelligence most difficult. Choosing the right words and keeping the proper tone of Reaffirm your clinical commitment to excellence! Discover the voice is a gift desired by all. Explore some of the most common areas “appointment count” formula that will help you create your hygiene of communication and share easy-to-remember alternatives to assist scheduling template. Learn the importance of knowing and managing you. Prepare to present a more polished image of your practice and of your number of patients in continuing care. Make every interaction yourself – one that is professional, positive, proactive and promotional. with your patients an opportunity to delight not disappoint. P R E V E N T I O N C O N V E N T I O N F R I D AY 9 : 0 0 a . m . – 4 : 3 0 p. m . Course F230 D H A Fee: Dentists $100, All others $70 Lunch is on your own from 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. Dr. Barbara J. Steinberg Ms. Lisa Harper-Mallonee 9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. The Four S’s of Optimal Aging: Sex, Sleep, Stress and Fattening of America: Where Does Dentistry Fit Social Networks into the Puzzle? Discover the effects of sex, sleep and stress on disease and aging. The population is growing … and so are our waistlines! The dental The importance of social networks, optimism and laughter and their visit isn’t “just about the mouth” – it’s about the whole patient! How benefit to successful aging will be discussed. In a fun and entertaining can we relate the updated food pyramid to our patients? Sugar intake, format, participants will gain an understanding of how the four S’s will portion control – encouraging healthy habits – what does dentistry impact aging optimally! have to do with the obesity crisis? Hear the latest research regardingF R I D AY, M A R C H 2 2 diet and nutrition as it relates to oral health. Ms. Renee C. Graham NEW Speaker 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Dr. Van B. Haywood Dental Implants: Assessment and Maintenance Strategies 3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Implant maintenance is essential to the long-term success of Explaining Bleaching Options to Your Patients dental implants. Patients with dental implants require customized Update knowledge of patients’ questions about the advantages protocols for professional maintenance and home care. Based on and disadvantages of different types of bleaching. These questions 28 current scientific evidence, discover assessment strategies and include how does it work, how long will it take, what is unique about treatment technologies available to implement a successful implant specific discoloration and what to do about sensitivity. Learn to explain maintenance program in your office. when is the best time to wear the tray and what technique best fits a patient’s lifestyle and pocketbook. The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 31. CLINICAL TEAM CONFERENCE 9 : 3 0 a . m . – 4 : 0 0 p. m. STAFF TRACK DOCTOR TRACKCourse F231 Course F232D H A OS DFee: Dentists $100, All others $70 Fee: Dentists $100, All others $70Dr. Wayne Kerr NEW Dr. Van B. Haywood Speaker9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.Clinical Tips and Techniques! Smile Analysis and Esthetic Contouring Prior to BleachingThis presentation is designed to enhance the clinical skills and value Form and function are as important as color. Achieving an estheticof the dental assistant to his or her team. Learn how to make better outcome often involves additional treatments prior to bleaching.alginates, easier temporaries, tighter contacts for Class II composites Conservative treatments include recontouring of the teeth andand to temporize a broken tooth in minutes. Improve your shade bonding or esthetic periodontal treatments. Informing the patient ofselection skills, eliminate post-restorative sensitivity and learn how all treatments that are needed to maximize smile potential prior toto use the vitalometer in diagnostic data collection. Review current initiating bleaching will result in a more satisfied patient with moreuseful products and devices, and in-office patient education systems. realistic expectations.Dr. Barbara J. Steinberg Dr. Harold L. Crossley11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.The Four S’s of Optimal Aging: Sex, Sleep, Stress and A Snapshot of Clinically Useful PharmacologySocial Networks Have you ever attended a course that dragged on for hours andDiscover the effects of sex, sleep and stress on disease and aging. gave you little useful information? Come hear the nuts and boltsThe importance of social networks, optimism and laughter and of valuable, practical pharmacology. Discover the most importanttheir benefit to successful aging will be discussed. In a fun and facts of controlling post-operative pain, clinical pharmacology ofentertaining format, participants will gain an understanding of local anesthetics and antibiotic therapy for oro-facial infections. SBEhow the four S’s will impact on aging optimally! prophylaxis, antibiotic prophylaxis for the orthopedic prosthesis patient and non-narcotic analgesia are among the topics to be discussed. Lunch is on your own from 12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Dr. Randy F. Huffines 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Using Glass Ionomers Successfully Glass ionomer restoratives, luting cements, liners and sealants have a significant place in our armamentarium due their bioactive and adhesive properties. However, many clinicians incorporate the principles of resin-based composites into their techniques using glass ionomers – a scenario destined for failure. Learn when and how to properly use these unique materials based on the latest scientific research and the specific individual needs of your patients. Following the afternoon session, please visit the exhibit hall to experience F R I D AY, M A R C H 2 2 the latest products and services from over 400 companies. 29 Pre-Registration Information
  • 32. REGISTERED ATTENDANCE LECTURES Ms. Lois J. Banta Dr. John A. Svirsky Course F233 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Course F236 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Repeated from Thursday (T206) D H A ST All Attendees Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 Oral Pathology with a Twist and a Number of Crusts Top 10 Management Tools for a Successful Practice This new course – developed for Hinman 2013 – will be a review of Designing systems and protocols for a good foundation of production oral dermatology in its entire splendor. Pimples, papules, pustules, and collections can be quite a challenge. Identify strategies and tumors and much more will be visually encountered in this adventure systems to keep your finger on the pulse of the practice to address of what grows on the skin. The course would not be complete without day-to-day concerns before they become major issues. Focus on the a few tattoos. Come enjoy this interactive, entertaining and must-have systems to achieve optimal results. Learn key strategies to informative course. grow your practice and develop effective communication skills to assist patients in making informed decisions. Dr. Lee Ann Brady Course F237 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Dr. Gordon J. Christensen D H A ST Course F234 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 All Attendees Occlusion In Everyday Dentistry Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 Have you ever wondered why, after prepping a second molar for a New Techniques Produce Better and crown, the occlusal of the prep is in contact with the opposing tooth? Easier Tooth Replacement Every time we alter the chewing surface of a tooth we impact the It has been estimated that more than nine out of 10 adults in the entire stomatognathic system. Explore the challenges of occlusion U.S. have lost at least one tooth. If dental professionals educate faced everyday in a restorative practice and use this information to patients well, their acceptance of tooth replacement can be make your dentistry more predictable and help your patients stay enormous. This presentation will help you motivate your patients healthy and comfortable. to want tooth replacement. It will also provide and demonstrate the best and easiest concepts and techniques for tooth replacement. NEW Mr. Imtiaz Manji & Dr. Sameer Puri Speaker Course F235 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. All Attendees Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 The Perfect Storm: The Impact of Digital and CAD/CAM Dentistry Dr. Gerard J. Chiche The perfect storm of technological change has arrived, one that will Course F238 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. transform the future of clinical care around a digital hub anchored byF R I D AY, M A R C H 2 2 D H digital radiography, imaging, impressions and fabrication – with CAD/ Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 CAM being the central catalyst. Dentists need to adapt and integrate technology effectively. Hear practical strategies about how you can Esthetics and Function prepare to make the big leap – and make the most of what is destined Minimize porcelain fractures and complications with proper occlusal to be a transformative evolution in patient care. management of esthetic cases. Establish a step-by-step occlusal strategy for optimum protection and maximum predictability. Identify 30 Note: This course is recommended prior to attending course F134. occlusal red flags prior to routine treatment, as well as extensive reconstruction, to provide a predictable restorative outcome. Idealize your treatment sequencing using the right occlusal scheme selection, anterior guidance strategies and material selection. The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 33. REGISTERED ATTENDANCE LECTURES 6 hours NEWDr. Peter E. Dawson & Dr. John C. Cranham Mr. Glenn Lombardi SpeakerCourse F239 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Course F242 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Repeated on Saturday (S264)D H A LT ST All AttendeesFee: Dentists $135, All others $75 Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45Timeless Principles in Restorative Dentistry The Searching Patient: Building Your Complete WebTransform your vision of a traditional general practice into one that Presence So They Find You!is thriving with elective esthetic and advanced restorative cases. Discover the ever-growing importance of creating an online presenceDentistry’s contemporary iconic legend, Dr. Peter Dawson, will present for your practice. Examine the many ways a patient can search for athe 10 essential principles that every esthetic dentist/lab technician new local dentist online, from search engines and consumer sites tomust know to achieve predictable success. Identify dysfunction and mobile devices, online reviews and Facebook. Review the core toolshow to differentiate those “specialty” cases within your general and strategies you need to start taking control of your online presence,practice base. Integrate these principles in a functional esthetic- including a practice website, local search marketing, reputationoriented restorative practice with this predictable treatment protocol. management, social media and a fully functional mobile website.Dr. Thomas R. McDonald Dr. Jeffrey P. OkesonCourse F240 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Course F243 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.D ST D H STFee: Dentists $70, All others $45 Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45Functional Considerations in Esthetic Dentistry The Differential Diagnosis of TMDThis course will outline the functional principals that define the Temporomandibular disorders are common in the general populationparameters of esthetics and affect the long-term stability of restorative and therefore the clinician needs to be able to properly diagnose thesetreatment. A step-by-step patient evaluation and treatment planning conditions. Pain is complex, however, and much confusion can arise.system will be presented for precise, comprehensive, esthetic and Discover a simple and logical method to separate TMD from otherfunctional restorative treatment. Learn a highly useful system to help orofacial pain disorders to properly select those patients who can beyou predictably produce much longer lasting esthetic dentistry for helped in the dental office from those who should be referred to otherevery patient. health care providers. Understanding this concept is the basis for successful patient management.Dr. Randy F. HuffinesCourse F241 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Dr. Jeffrey S. RouseD H A ST Course F244 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 D LT ST Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45Oral Sex and Oral CancerThere has been great interest in the popular media about the link Complex Prosthodontic Rehabilitations: Where Traditionbetween oral cancer and oral sex. Hear an evidenced-based Meets the Future F R I D AY, M A R C H 2 2presentation on what is known about the human papilloma virus (HPV) The challenges faced in complex interdisciplinary dentistry cases canand head and neck cancers. In addition, you will receive an update on feel overwhelming. Topics will include: replacing the conventionalnon-HPV cancers. Topics will include prevention, new diagnostic facebow, supplanting bimanual manipulation to register a restorativetechnologies, advances in radiotherapy and chemotherapy, root caries, position and making digital and 3rd generation polyvinylsiloxanemaxillofacial prosthetics, management of xerostomia and controversies impressions. Discover innovative methods for altering verticalin hyperbaric oxygen use. dimension, accurately transferring from wax-up to provisionals and planning segmental interocclusal registrations. Visualize a 31 better future by refining past practices. Pre-Registration Information
  • 34. REGISTERED ATTENDANCE LECTURES Dr. Michael Unthank Ms. Laney Kay Course F245 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Course F247 12:30 p.m – 3:30 p.m. Repeated from Thursday (T224) Repeated from Thursday (T215) & Saturday (S259) All Attendees All Attendees Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 Your Office: Where Dentistry and Architecture Merge Blood, Spit and Fears: A Painless OSHA Update Whether remodeling, finishing a space or constructing a new building, Let’s face it … most OSHA training courses are anything but fun! a well-planned dental office will have an immediate positive impact on Join us for a class that will change your mind forever. It’s fun, it’s fast, virtually all facets of your practice. It can improve your productivity it’s informative and it satisfies your annual OSHA requirements. while decreasing your stress and allow you to create an “image” or We’ll cover the newest infection control guidelines, new disease “identity” consistent with your ideal practice. It will communicate the information, HIPAA highlights and other relevant regulations. quality of your services, inspire your patients’ confidence and assure their comfort. It costs more to build it wrong than to build it right! Dr. George F. Priest Course F248 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Dr. John A. Svirsky D A LT ST Course F246 12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45F R I D AY, M A R C H 2 2 All Attendees Smile Line Revitalization with Crowns, Veneers Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 and Implants Come In and Catch It: The Review That Sticks Dentists are often challenged to provide esthetically pleasing smiles This is the perfect review course developed for Hinman that covers for patients with missing or compromised teeth. Our goal is to the recognition, diagnosis and treatment of the 35 soft tissue lesions preserve remaining tooth structure and prevent further breakdown. that every dentist and hygienist should know and treat appropriately. Consider the influence of esthetics on jaw relations, diagnostic 32 A number of the entities only require recognition. The classic lesions waxing, provisional restorations as the esthetic template and that have been forgotten since school will be brought back to life and sequential restoration techniques. Use these treatment plans involving your diagnostic confidence will be re-energized. combinations of crowns, veneers and implant restorations to not only restore, but also enhance these patients’ dental esthetics. The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 35. REGISTERED ATTENDANCE LECTURES NEWDr. John R. Droter SpeakerCourse F249 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.Repeated from Thursday (T223)D H A STFee: Dentists $70, All others $45The TMJ: From Confusion to ClarityWith MRI and CT scans we no longer have to guess what is going oninside the TMJ. Understanding orthopedic medicine is the key tounderstanding joints. This introduction into reading MRI and CT scanswill allow you to see in the joint, so things begin to make sense.Differentiate between dangerous clicks and others. Physical damageto the disc and ligaments may or may not progress to more seriousproblems, as identified by key factors.Dr. Jeffrey S. RouseCourse F250 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.All AttendeesFee: Dentists $70, All others $45Global Diagnosis: A New Vision of Dental Diagnosis andTreatment PlanningThis course provides the foundation for the future of complex care –a systematic approach to interdisciplinary diagnosis. Rather than Dr. Jeffrey P. Okesonusing “regional” factors, this diagnostic method is based on the Course F252 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.concept of “global” diagnosis. The guidelines will be distilled into the D H A LT ST“Five Questions” required to diagnose and provide interdisciplinary Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45treatment of the worn or gummy smile. The Clinical Management of TMD The management of TMD can be quite challenging. Acquire the latest scientific findings and see how to select the correct treatment optionsDr. Harold L. Crossley for your patient. The management of both muscle and intracapsularCourse F251 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. disorders and the use of occlusal appliances will be discussed.D H A ST This presentation will place special emphasis on the critical issue ofFee: Dentists $70, All others $45 knowing when occlusal changes are indicated and when they are not.A Potpourri of Fascinating PharmacologyToday our patients are taking a myriad of prescription and non-prescription drugs whose interactions may be life threatening or oflittle consequence. Discover alternative medications that that do not F R I D AY, M A R C H 2 2interact. Performance enhancing drugs impact the dental practice.Testosterone replacement therapy and over-the-counter medicationsto enhance physical, mental and sexual abilities are a 10 billion dollarindustry. How do these drugs, if in fact they work, affect your practice,your health and your family? 33 Pre-Registration Information
  • 36. GENERAL ATTENDANCE LECTURES Mr. Bruce Christopher Ms. Karen Davis 2 hours Course F322 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Course F335 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. All Attendees All Attendees No Fee No Fee Bambi vs. Godzilla: How to Deal with Difficult People America’s Sweet Tooth and Its Impact on Oral and Difficult people are everywhere! They can be patients, co-workers, Systemic Health doctors, neighbors, even spouses. Discover the six basic difficult Americans consume an average of 400 calories per day of added personality styles that are out to drain you and your practice of vital sugars in their diet from high-fructose corn syrup, table sugar, honey energy. Increase your awareness of why difficult personality types and all other sweeteners with calories! There has been a correlating act the way they do and learn strategies to achieve mutually rise in obesity, with an increased risk for cardiovascular disease, beneficial outcomes. elevated triglyceride levels, liver disease and Type II diabetes. Review sugar’s impact on overall health, with help for today’s clinician seeking to help reduce decay, remineralize tooth structure and motivate Dr. Donald P. Lewis, Jr. patients to reclaim their health! Course F323 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Repeated on Saturday (S372) NEW Dr. Vincent J.M. DiMaio Speaker Dentists, Dentists’ Spouses and Dental Students ONLY Course F336 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. No Fee All Attendees Preventing Employee Embezzlement and Fraud: No Fee Detection, Protection and Prosecution Notable and Not So Notable But Important Homicides White-collar criminals are stealing each day from small business Everybody likes a murder mystery, whether in fiction or real life. Hear owners with a variety of different “scams and schemes.” This details of famous murders, such as Laci Peterson and the “murder” of seminar is designed and developed to empower attendees with Ted Binion, and also hear about not-so-famous, but important ones. It knowledge to reduce their risk of becoming victims. Take home will be seen that not all murders are murders, and if you get away with proven internal control systems to safeguard your assets. one murder, you better be on your best behavior for the rest of your life. Note: AGD credit will not be issued for this course. NEW Dr. David Little Speaker Course F334 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Dr. Dale A. Miles D H A Course F337 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. No Fee D H A ST No Fee Implant Dentistry: Esthetic Retained Overdentures Having edentulous patients suffering with ill-fitting, loose dentures and The Agony and Ecstasy of Cone Beam CT unable to chew the foods they want is becoming a thing of the past. Why all the “buzz” about Cone Beam CT? What does it do? How much Implant retained overdentures will enhance the quality of life for a does it cost? How would I use it? We use x-ray imaging every day to fully edentulous patient. Attain a higher level of technical knowledge help our clinical treatment decisions. Cone Beam lets you see anatomy that will give you a vision to provide a new level of care for your and pathology in 3-D – AND in color! Come see these amazing,F R I D AY, M A R C H 2 2 edentulous patients. cost-effective Cone Beam images and learn how to treat your patients more efficiently, expertly and confidently using this technology. 34 The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 37. GENERAL ATTENDANCE LECTURES Dr. George F. Priest Course F341 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. D A LT ST No Fee Contemporary Treatment Options for Edentulous Patients Technological breakthroughs in implant dentistry have significantly altered treatment concepts for edentulous patients, providing superior prospects for functional and esthetic rehabilitation. Clinical examples and video segments will demonstrate computer-guided surgery for expedited and accurate prosthetically driven placement; CAD/CAM designed and manufactured frameworks that are precise and durable; and improved resins and ceramics for stronger and more lifelike tooth replacements. These advancements represent a significant development in enhancing treatment outcomes for edentulous patients. Dr. Charles W. Wakefield Course F342 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. D H A STMs. Tricia Osuna No FeeCourse F338 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.All Attendees Restorative Materials: What, Where, Why and HowNo Fee Review the confusing array of current restorative materials and the rationale for selection and clinical use of the most appropriate materialHygiene / Preventive Panel – New Product Launches in varying clinical situations, separating marketing from evidence-basedHear cutting-edge information on new products that have been dentistry. Learn to select adhesive systems, including total and self-launched since last year’s Hinman. This new concept in education etch. Among other topics, become familiar with microfill, hybrid, nanooffers an opportunity to hear directly from manufacturers who are and build up/core composites and how glass ionomers, resin-modifiedallotted 10 minutes per presenter. Marketing of products and research glass ionomers and compomers can be used as liners, luting agentsis offered in an educational presentation. Following the course, and restoratives.attendees are encouraged to visit the exhibit hall to learn more aboutthese new products! Dr. Charles Blair – PANEL with Mr. Joseph D. Jordan & NEW Dr. Roy S. ShelburneDr. Scott E. Parker Speaker Course F343 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.Course F339 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. All AttendeesCourse F340 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. No FeeD H A ST F R I D AY, M A R C H 2 2No Fee Stay Out of Jail: How to Navigate Dentistry’s “Danger Zones”The Future of Adhesive Dentistry: Making Our Lives EasierThe use of composite resin as a direct restorative material has See page 27 for more information.dramatically increased. With self-etching technology emerging as aviable alternative and developments with bulk fill techniques, it iseasy to get confused. What materials should you use in your practice? 35What has the literature shown on today’s most current materials?Should you change your current techniques? Update your knowledgeon adhesive dentistry. Pre-Registration Information
  • 38. GENERAL ATTENDANCE LECTURES NEW Ms. Lisa F. Harper-Mallonee Dr. John R. Droter Speaker Course F344 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Course F347 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Repeated on Saturday (S360) All Attendees All Attendees No Fee No Fee Healthy Neck/Healthy Spine – Eliminating Neck and Back Healthy Mouth, Healthy Body - Healthy Practice! Pain for You and Your Patients We are in a unique position to provide our patients with the highest Neck and back pain have become epidemic in both our professional degree of preventive healthcare. Thus, we need to be knowledgeable and patient populations. This course will help you understand why we about the multifaceted world of medicine and how it affects our as dental practitioners have so many neck and back problems and patients’ overall health and well-being. Not only will it help keep our how to rehabilitate a damaged neck. Discover exercises that you can patients healthier… but our practices will benefit as well! do to improve your neck and back and changes you can make in how you work to maintain a healthy neck and back. Dr. J. Mel Hawkins Course F345 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Dr. Gregory J. Folse D H ST Course F348 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. No Fee Repeated on Saturday (S359) D LT ST Local Anesthesia: 30+ Years of Hits, Misses and Near No Fee Misses Local anesthesia pharmacology is technique and local anesthetic Difficult Denture Patients: Real World Solutions technique is pharmacology. Learn to enhance your local anesthesia Dentures don’t have to be so HARD! Performing basic, common techniques via the clinical application of modern pharmacology and procedures uncommonly well will not only make your patients happy multitasking with advanced block approaches and infiltration. but can cut your clinical time and efforts dramatically. Some tough Product selection and what’s new, what’s coming and much more denture patients do require special attention, understanding and will be presented. Update your skills and understanding of this key unique treatment approaches for successful patient outcomes. component to your daily practice. See these clinically based, detailed, modified techniques. Successful? Try 546 patients, 1,037 prostheses and only 123 adjustments. Note: This course is a prerequisite for course F145. Dr. Ronni A. Schnell Course F346 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. D LT Dr. David M. Sarver No Fee Course F349 12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. The Art and Science of Cast Partial Denture Design D H A ST Removable cast partial denture framework design can offer your No Fee patients an option for successful, long-term dental care. Use this The Systematic and Comprehensive Smile Analysis – unique design rationale with a logical, defined sequence for cast The Next Level removable partial denture frameworks that will not only provideF R I D AY, M A R C H 2 2 When presented with a patient who has a gummy smile, why does necessary retention, but also support and protect the abutments the oral surgeon see a gummy smile as an osteotomy, the periodontist for positive outcomes. as a crown-lengthening procedure, the orthodontist as an incisor Note: This course is a prerequisite for course F139. intrusion case and the dentist as a possible veneer case? This represents what we term “diagnosis by procedure.” In other words, our diagnosis tends to be limited more to what each of us does. 36 Look at smile analysis in a total diagnostic manner with the convergence of all disciplines to provide a unified diagnosis. The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 39. GENERAL ATTENDANCE LECTURESMs. Karen DavisCourse F350 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.D H A STNo FeeThink Outside the Mouth...Treatment Planning for Non-Surgical Periodontal TreatmentDiscover what lies outside traditional quadrant scaling and rootplanning for the most optimal non-surgical clinical results. Effectivetreatment should be customized to meet the patient’s needs and haltthe disease process irrespective of insurance benefits. This courseprovides an update on oral and systemic health interactions and will Ms. Rosemary Braychallenge you to consider risk factors “outside the mouth.” Understand Course F352 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. All Attendeesthe role of salivary diagnosis and adjunctive therapies to achieve No Feeoptimal clinical results. Teamwork! It Makes Your Dental Dream Work! Teamwork can increase productivity and self-esteem, enhance appreciation, improve communication and make work fun. Gain insight into positive characteristics to seek in potential employees, negative characteristics to avoid, the expected role of the doctor on the team and ways to gain team commitment and continue motivation. NEW Mr. Joseph D. Jordan Speaker 1.5 hours Course F353 1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. D SP No Fee Practice Transitions: A Primer on Selling a Dental PracticeDr. Charles Blair A dental practice is a tremendous asset and much care must be takenCourse F351 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. in the transferring of that asset. The process of a practice transitionD SP may seem like a daunting task to many doctors; however, in thisNo Fee program, you will learn the step-by-step process of preparing for and undertaking a unique practice sale. Current trends in dental practiceThe Future of Dentistry transitions and what the selling doctor can expect from thePPOs are dominating the marketplace with an 80% share, while forthcoming transition will be discussed.out-of-network practices are less than 18% of the market. Newgraduates are weighing options as corporations can offer cash,security, and relief from employee headaches. Even establisheddentists who are looking to transition their practice see a way to sell F R I D AY, M A R C H 2 2without the hassle of finding a buyer. Learn the best options for thetraditional practice’s survival: how to counter-punch, when to join PPOs,and how best to deal with the growth of corporate dental control. 37 Pre-Registration Information
  • 40. GENERAL ATTENDANCE LECTURES Dr. David L. Rothman Dr. Barbara J. Steinberg Course F354 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Course F357 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. D H A OS All Attendees No Fee No Fee Secrets of Pediatric Dentistry: What You Weren’t Taught in Women’s Oral Health Issues Dental School! Women have special needs and considerations that men don’t have Are you overwhelmed with angst when you know children will be when it comes to oral health and dental care. Hormonal fluctuations coming to your office? Are you surprised when little Johnny, who was have a surprisingly strong influence on the oral cavity. Puberty, a lion in your office, was a lamb in Dr. Pedo’s? Learn secrets for menses, pregnancy and menopause all influence women’s oral making the day a pleasant one with children, addressing behavior health and the way in which dental treatment should be approached. management, anesthesia, sealants, esthetic restorative dentistry, Analyze these life cycle changes and their impact on the oral cavity pulp therapy and simplified space maintenance. and our treatment. Ms. Katherine M. Eitel Mr. Dave Weber Course F355 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Course F358 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. All Attendees All Attendees No Fee No Fee LIONESS TRAINING: Awakening the Instinctively Great “The Winner in You” – Raising the Bar on Patient Care and Trainer in YOU! Customer Service The life of a lion cub depends upon how quickly and effectively the In a down economy, what truly separates one practice from another lioness teaches it the skills it will need to be successful and may very well be the attitude, professionalism and level of service independent of her – very much like our employees and patients being provided to patients! We live at such a frenzied pace, it’s easy to depend on us to teach them the skills they need to be successful. forget the impact that actions, reactions and behaviors can have on Use these techniques to impact the way you teach your valuable the perceptions others have of an office. This fast, fun and highly information and guide your employees and patients to competency interactive seminar zeroes in on the critical issues needed to meet and independent thinking. and exceed patient expectations – and gets everyone in an office recharged to do the “right things.” Dr. Mitchell J. Gardiner Course F356 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. All Attendees No Fee Good Dentists Do Not Get Sued ... And Other Myths When injuries and mishaps take place in the dental office, even the best dentists in practice will be sued for malpractice. Understanding what is meant by accepted standards of dental care and learning howF R I D AY, M A R C H 2 2 to document that these standards were met are the foundation for malpractice defense. Injuries and mishaps absolutely require the highest standard of documentation for a successful defense. Learn these critical guidelines for your practice. 38 The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 41. S o c i a l Med ia Bootca m p with Ms. Laci Phillips 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Co s metic/ Res tora tiv e Ne w Prod uct L a un ch es 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.T M J P a rticip a tion Cours e with Dr. John Droter 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.H o me s Tour of Druid Hills 9:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. S em in a r Series Te c h n ica l Exh ib its 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. S A T U R D AY, M A R C H 2 3 39 Georgia State Capitol, Downtown Atlanta Pre-Registration Information
  • 42. PA R T I C I PAT I O N C O U R S E S Dr. Martin B. Goldstein Dr. Robert R. Edwab Course S147 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Course S150 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Repeated from Friday (F133) Repeated from Friday (F121 & F122) All Attendees D ST Fee: $225 Attendance is limited to 36 participants Fee: $345 Attendance is limited to 28 participants Digital Dental Photography: Practice Builder – Hands-On Oral Surgery Workshop for the Hands-On Edition General Practitioner Digital photography can accelerate a lagging cosmetic or bread-and- This hands-on course will give you the chance to broaden your butter restorative practice. By learning not only “how to” and scope of practice by making oral surgery more enjoyable and more “what with,” you will enhance your digital photographic capabilities predictable. Learning step-by-step techniques, you will use fresh pig to increase cosmetic and restorative output in your practice. mandibles for soft tissue surgery and suturing, and learn proper use of Cameras will be provided for attendees to use during the course. cowhorn and ash forceps, and rongeurs for extractions, alveoplasties and root removals. Attendees should bring cheek retractors and an occlusal mirror to this course. Dr. Charles W. Wakefield Course S151 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. NEW D A ST Dr. David Little Speaker Fee: $295 Attendance is limited to 30 participants Course S148 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Repeated from Friday (F137) Posterior Direct Custom Composite Restorations D ST This hands-on session will enable participants to confidently and Fee: $315 Attendance is limited to 22 participants accurately determine shades and accomplish simple and complex lifelike restorations using composite resin. Restore Class I and II Esthetic Implant-Retained Overdentures posterior composites with dentin and enamel replacement, occlusal Implant-retained overdentures will enhance the quality of life for the groove characterization using tints and the optimal matrix system to fully edentulous patient. New advancements in technology and ensure perfect contacts every time. Finishing and polishing techniques products enhance function and create the illusion of reality in will be made simple, fast and lifelike, using techniques to eliminate patients’ smiles. Join us to gain a higher level of technical knowledge postoperative sensitivity and maximize restoration longevity. and increase your motivation to achieve a new level of care. Dr. Lee Ann Brady Course S149 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. D LT ST Fee: $315 Attendance is limited to 20 participants Anterior Preparation Design Highly skilled professionals like musicians and athletes spend theS A T U R D AY, M A R C H 2 3 majority of their life practicing. Most of what we call “practice” is actually performance. When was the last time you picked up a typodont and a handpiece and practiced? The preps you learned in dental school may not be letting you get the best from today’s materials. Use this hands-on workshop to practice the latest in anterior preparation design. 40 The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 43. PA R T I C I PAT I O N C O U R S E SADAA Assistants’ Seminar Preventive Equipment MaintenanceCourse S152 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Course S155 9:30 a.m – 12:30 p.m.Repeated from Thursday (T113) & Friday (F128 & F129) Repeated from Thursday (T107 & T108) & Friday (F130 & F131)A All AttendeesFee: $60 Attendance is limited to 50 participants Fee: $95 Attendance is limited to 60 participantsLearning in the Round Service technicians from local dental supply companies will coverThis seminar is created especially for the dental assistant. Don’t miss basic preventive maintenance and safety requirements for dentalthis hands-on opportunity to learn about new products, updated office equipment. Learn how to properly maintain the following: airtechniques and services available and share ideas with other dental compressors, vacuum systems, autoclaves, cavitrons, prophy jets,assistants in this fun, small group setting. You will come away handpieces, x-ray processors and digital sensors. Also, learn how toenergized, with product samples for your office and the possibility change o-rings in a leaking air/water syringe and solve many otherof great door prizes for yourself. maintenance issues that exist in every dental office.Different topics are covered at each session so register early, as thissmall group fills up fast. Non-ADAA member dental assistants will Dr. Alfred D. Wyatt, Jr.receive a free six-month membership in the American Dental Course S156 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.Assistants Association courtesy of the Hinman Dental Meeting. Repeated from Thursday (T104) & Friday (F118)Current members will receive a special gift, so be sure to bring your D STADAA membership card with you. Fee: $315 Attendance is limited to 36 participants Before You Buy a Laser, Make Sure You See the Light NEWDr. John R. Droter Speaker As lasers become more prevalent in the practice of dentistry, theCourse S153 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. choices and options available to the clinician can be confusing andD H A ST overwhelming. The purpose of this hands-on course is to exposeFee: $195 Attendance is limited to 12 participants participants to various modalities of lasers and discuss the advantages, uses and limitations of each.CT/MRI Scans of the TMJ: How to Read, Interpret andUtilize Modern Imaging TechniquesThere has been an explosion in the utilization of CT and MRI scans in Free Participation Course for Dental Studentsrecent years. Yet many practitioners are unsure exactly what they show. Dr. Robert R. Edwab 2 hoursUse this course to sharpen your skills about how to read, interpret and Course S157 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.utilize MRI and CT scans in your practice. This course will emphasize how DENTAL STUDENTS ONLYto identify the most common pathologies of the TMJ seen on these scans. No Fee Attendance is limited to 28 participants Basic Suturing Techniques for Dental Students NEW Learn about suture materials, suturing techniques and instrumentationMs. Renee C. Graham Speaker in this hands-on workshop using pig mandibles. Understand when toCourse S154 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. use silk, gut, chromic and synthetic restorable materials. UtilizeRepeated from Thursday (T101 & T102) & Friday (F146) S A T U R D AY, M A R C H 2 3 interrupted sutures techniques and continuous suturing techniques.D H A ST All the procedures will be practiced on pig mandibles. All materialsFee: $165 Attendance is limited to 50 participants including gloves, sutures, instruments and pig mandibles are supplied.Aiming for Success: Radiographic Techniques fromAnalog to DigitalAdvances in technology have made a significant impact in the field ofdental radiography. For dental practices to make a smooth transition tonew technology, it is beneficial to have an understanding of the basic 41principles of intraoral radiography and the modifications to theseprinciples required by new technology. Use these techniques with yourcurrent technology, analog or digital, to produce quality, diagnosticimages on the first exposure. Pre-Registration Information
  • 44. PA R T I C I PAT I O N C O U R S E S Dr. Gregory J. Folse Dr. Charles W. Wakefield Course S158 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Course S159 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Repeated from Friday (F145) D H A ST D LT ST Fee: $295 Attendance is limited to 30 participants Fee: $345 Attendance is limited to 20 participants Anterior Direct Custom Composite Restorations Difficult Denture Patients: Real World Solutions Hands-On This hands-on course will teach shade determination and simple Workshop methods to achieve life-like complex Class IV and full anterior This participation course provides hands-on experiences with composite veneer restorations with incisal halo, incisal translucency modified impression and border-molding techniques, highly efficient and enamel craze lines. Optimum surface texture and appearance and precise occlusal rim procedures (5-10 minute chair time) and will be addressed. Finishing and polishing techniques to assure formulation of patient-specific occlusal schemes. Once applied, maximum esthetics and restoration longevity will also be covered. these unique treatment techniques will decrease treatment and Update your skills to restore anterior composites as accurately as chair time, decrease adjustment rates and increase denture success can be done with porcelain. in your practice. Note: Course S359 is a prerequisite for this course. INTERACTIVE COURSE Ms. Laci L. Phillips Course S253 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. All Attendees Fee: $90 Attendance is limited to 100 participants Social Media Bootcamp Dive into the social media game with this hands-on lab. Designed for you to network with other offices while learning the basics of social media platforms, let us show you how to extend your brand to the world of social media and how to market your dental practice in this arena. Computers and internet will be available for attendees as we guide you through creating and updating your social media presence.S A T U R D AY, M A R C H 2 3 42 The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 45. REGISTERED ATTENDANCE LECTURESDr. Charles Blair Dr. James C. GrisdaleCourse S254 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Course S257 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.D H A OS ST D H A STFee: Dentists $70, All others $45 Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45Avoid Coding Errors and Excel in Insurance Administration Novel Management of the Periodontal Patient:Coding errors are predictable in today’s dental practice. Learn the top New Horizons and Beyond Periodonticscoding errors and how not to make them. Most practices can expect This course, designed for the dental team, focuses on the latestlegitimate new increases in cash flow immediately by learning how to techniques and procedures for the management of periodontaldo it right. Dealing with dental insurance is overwhelming, but key patients who do not respond to routine periodontal treatment. Newstrategies can save time, prevent hassles and keep you out of jail. developments are now available, or on the horizon, that will alter whatLearn essential tools to properly file dental insurance. we now accept as routine therapy, meaning more patients will respond to treatment that might be less invasive, more predictable or both.Dr. Gerard J. ChicheCourse S255 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Dr. Randy F. HuffinesD A ST Course S258 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 D H A Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45All-Ceramic Techniques UpdateUpdate your knowledge of prosthetic and adhesive techniques. Medicine for DentistryHear details about armamentarium and products, and get practical Millions of dental patients have significant medical conditions thattechniques for tooth preparations, bonding sequence and cementation impact their treatment. Share practical clinical strategies developed tofor all-ceramic crowns and porcelain veneers. For porcelain veneers, make this part of your practice rewarding, efficient, predictable and lessspecifics on system selection, tips on optimum preparation, strategies stressful. Learn how to simplify the treatment of patients withfor shade control and masking, and step-by-step techniques for cardiovascular disease, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, organ transplantation,bonding and cement selection will be presented. This course will help bleeding disorders, cancer, respiratory problems and hypertension.you establish a comfort zone with the different systems of all-ceramic Know what medication interactions you need to avoid. In addition tocrowns and fixed partial dentures. access to course handouts, course participants will be given free access to online resources.Ms. Katherine M. EitelCourse S256 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Ms. Laney KayD H A OS ST Course S259 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 Repeated from Thursday (T215) & Friday (F247) All AttendeesHAVE THEM AT HELLO!™: The Lioness Approach to Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45Instinctively Great Phone SkillsImprove your results on the phone and boost your value to the practice Blood, Spit and Fears: A Painless OSHA Update S A T U R D AY, M A R C H 2 3by applying these simple yet innovative steps for increasing Let’s face it … most OSHA training courses are anything but fun!productivity. Also, improve your success with price shoppers, Join us for a class that will change your mind forever. It’s fun, it’s fast,insurance-driven patients, emergencies and “cleaning only” patients, it’s informative and it satisfies your annual OSHA requirements.with effective pending treatment, hygiene reminder and confirmation We’ll cover the newest infection control guidelines, new diseasecalls that will cut your cancellations in half! information, HIPAA highlights and other relevant regulations. 43 Pre-Registration Information
  • 46. REGISTERED ATTENDANCE LECTURES NEW Dr. George F. Priest Dr. Vincent J.M. DiMaio Speaker 2 hours Course S260 8:30 a.m – 11:30 a.m. Course S263 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Repeated from Thursday (T216) Repeated from Thursday (T214) D A LT All Attendees Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 Progressive Veneer Techniques for Optimal Esthetics The JFK Assassination - Facts, Fantasy and Consequences As the foundation of an esthetically oriented practice, ceramic One of the most traumatic events of the 20th century was the veneers present an opportunity to dramatically enhance a patient’s assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The forensics of the appearance, yet they can be the most challenging restorative assassination are straightforward if one has knowledge of wound procedure to properly execute. Discover techniques for reducing ballistics and weapons. Hear about the individuals involved, the these challenges and for delivering predictably consistent results scene, the weapons and the ammunition used and some of the using custom, yet conservative, preparation design predicated on bizarre sequelae of the assassination. individual patient indications. Note: AGD credit will not be issued for this course. NEW Dr. David L. Rothman Mr. Glenn Lombardi Speaker Course S261 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Course S264 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. D H A OS Repeated from Friday (F242) Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 All Attendees Identifying and Treating Medical Emergencies in Children Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 Despite our best efforts and obsessive preparation, medical The Searching Patient: Building Your Complete Web emergencies can and will happen in children. When they do, they Presence So They Find You! happen quickly and often without warning. Response must be Discover the ever-growing importance of creating an online immediate, and treatment must be definitive. This program will presence for your practice. Examine the many ways a patient can discuss the unique physiology and anatomy of children, search for a new local dentist online, from search engines and preparedness and recognition and treatment of emergencies in consumer sites to mobile devices, online reviews and Facebook. both the unsedated and sedated child. We will look at risk factors Review the core tools and strategies you need to start taking control that predispose kids to emergencies including obesity, airway of your online presence, including a practice website, local search disease and sleep apnea/hypopnea. marketing, reputation management, social media and a fully functional mobile website. Dr. John C. Cranham Course S262 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Dr. Samuel B. Low D H A ST Course S265 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 D H ST Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 Functional Esthetic ExcellenceS A T U R D AY, M A R C H 2 3 This fast-paced multimedia presentation will give the dental team Incorporating “Quality” Periodontics into Comprehensive the latest information on state-of-the-art cosmetic-esthetic Restorative Dentistry procedures. Learning to design functionally correct smiles will The dental practitioner is continually challenged to customize be the focus, with a special emphasis on material selection, periodontal treatment for the restorative patient. Patient esthetic tooth preparation and adhesive techniques. Come learn the expectations and economic considerations complicate the choices. timeless philosophies of the Dawson Academy with state-of-the-art Unravel the complexities by determining patient resistance/ materials, technologies and procedures. susceptibility patterns for predictable outcomes. Provide a “systems” 44 approach to assessing prognosis for restorative abutments and when to extract with resulting implant therapy. Learn the role of lasers, how to enhance esthetic results by manipulating gingivae and how to develop quality relationships with periodontists. The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 47. REGISTERED ATTENDANCE LECTURESDr. David M. Sarver Dr. Harold L. CrossleyCourse S266 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Course S269 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.D H A ST D H A STFee: Dentists $70, All others $45 Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45The Aging Face – How the Dental Team Enhances Facial and Pharmacologic Management of Orofacial InfectionsDental Esthetics for a Lifetime What is the antibiotic of choice in healthy, ambulatory patientsThe plastic surgeon is associated with restoration of youthfulness, but who have an orofacial infection? What are the most recentdentists and our teams are extremely important in planning the overall recommendations for antibiotic prophylaxis in patients who have anrestoration of a youthful appearance. Discover how the face and smile orthopedic prosthesis? What is your antibiotic of choice in patientsage with new concepts in orthodontic treatment planning that enhance who are already taking an antibiotic prescribed by their physician?the patient’s appearance for the long haul by anticipating changes and Explore both traditional and newer antibiotics, antifungal and antiviralproducing outstanding cosmetic treatment results. agents available to treat patients with orofacial infections. NEWMr. Kerry Straine Speaker Ms. Karen DavisCourse S267 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Course S270 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.D ST D H STFee: Dentists $70, All others $45 Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45The Effective Executive… Solves Problems Once Creating the Ultimate Doctor-Patient Hygiene ExamProfitability is more than cash flow. Learn how to control your destiny, Learn how to prevent the “I’ll give you a call....” response from patientsor someone else will! Knowing your historical performance and following treatment recommendations during the dental hygieneunderstanding your practice’s P&L provides the foundation for future appointment. Capitalize on that magical five to seven minute exam,performance and profitability. Gain insight into the guidelines for using continuity between the dentist and dental hygienist withoutrevenue expenditure and profitability management. Discover the ruining everyone’s schedules. Strategic screenings provide the pathwaycorrelation between internal production and collection goals and your for comprehensive diagnosis and treatment enrollment. Learn how toP&L, as well as the overhead percentages and cash flow standards for use “power words” for education and a “triangle of communication”the top dental practices. Recognize the important growth between the dentist, dental hygienist and the patient.opportunities that exist in your practice. Dr. J. Mel HawkinsMr. Bruce Christopher Course S271 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.Course S268 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Repeated from Thursday (T210)All AttendeesFee: Dentists $70, All others $45 D ST Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45The Psychology of Success: Secrets the Superstars KnowWhat do the superstars of success know that the rest of us do not? Oral Sedation: Clinical “How-To” Applications,Learn the six essential key ingredients to the science behind success. Pharmacology and Controversies S A T U R D AY, M A R C H 2 3Real intelligence has to do with how well we handle people, deal with Sedation is the practice builder of modern day dentistry. Learn sedationset-backs and failures, motivate ourselves, and most of all, manage pharmacology and how to apply it in practice. Learn from mistakesour emotions. Discover a blueprint for achieving success in your made over 30+ years of private practice and share case reports.relationships, your health, your careers and your office. State Dental Board regulations will be compared and contrasted, and the questions “How do I legally protect myself?” and “What is my professional fee?” will be addressed. 45 Pre-Registration Information
  • 48. REGISTERED ATTENDANCE LECTURES Dr. Dale A. Miles Course S272 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. D H A ST Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 “Risky Business”: Dental X-rays – Are They Safe? Are They Necessary? Dentists and their professional staff have many patients and parents of children who think that dental x-rays are dangerous. X-rays can be. But modern dental offices use techniques and equipment to minimize the risk and ensure the safety of the x-ray examination. This program will discuss your patients’ x-ray risk in comparison to daily activities and other risks we take EVERY DAY. Use this update to reduce your patients’ x-ray concerns. NEW Dr. Jeffrey P. Okeson Dr. Scott E. Parker Speaker Course S273 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Course S275 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. D H A ST D H A ST Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 The Non-Odontogenic Toothache What You Need to Know About Implants: Incorporating Some toothaches do not respond to endodontic procedures and even the Team and Materials to Get the Results You Want extraction of the painful tooth. This course will discuss how this can Through simple treatment protocol and laboratory procedures, you happen and how to manage the pain. Seven different types of will learn how to develop highly esthetic restorations that replicate non-odontogenic toothaches will be presented and how each can the contour of natural teeth. In addition, learn how to gain patient best be diagnosed and managed. Understanding these concepts is acceptance for implant treatment and restorative treatment plans and essential in a dental practice. get the key fundamentals of a team approach to implant dentistry. Discover the important steps to achieving the predictable implant results you desire. Dr. Jeffrey S. Rouse Course S274 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Repeated from Thursday (T212) Dr. Van B. Haywood 1.5 hours D H A ST Course S276 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 All Attendees Fee: Dentists $70, All others $45 Sleep Prosthodontics – An Introduction to the Future of Restorative Dentistry Dental Materials to Facilitate Bleaching: Single Dark Tooth This unique presentation will focus on preventing disease rather than Bleaching, Bonding, Sensitivity and Caries ControlS A T U R D AY, M A R C H 2 3 restoring morphology. Restoration of the teeth rarely fixes the core In addition to understanding the techniques and indications for cause of the problem. A growing body of research is beginning to link bleaching teeth overall, there are unique specific bleaching needs. nocturnal airway issues in adults and children to tooth wear, myofacial Hear tips for bonding composite restorations to the lighter teeth, pain, craniofacial deficits, periodontal disease and malocclusion. This appropriate tray fabrication for a single dark tooth and internal evidence-based course will provide clinicians with the foundation to bleaching of endodontically treated teeth. Also shown will be differentiate between the categories of sleep-disordered breathing “boil and form” tray fabrication for children, treatment of bleaching and diagnose the variations from oral signs and symptoms. sensitivity before, during and after bleaching and the new long-term 46 use of bleaching materials for caries control in elderly and orthodontic patients. The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 49. REGISTERED ATTENDANCE LECTURES S EM IN A R S ERIESDr. Paul Kudyba, Jr. Dr. Clayton Davis 2 hours 1.5 hoursCourse S277 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Course S279 1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.D H A ST D H A STFee: $25 Fee: $25Heroic Oral Rehabilitation Following Implant Complications Rationale for Comprehensive CareOral rehabilitations sometimes fail due to loss of key components. Comprehensive care does not necessarily mean doing more dentistry;Catastrophic failure of the prosthesis may occur due to loss of one or it means being more diagnostic. The aspects of an exam needed tomore implants. Components (building blocks) such as the prosthesis, make a diagnosis and how the diagnosis helps create a treatmentretaining screw, the interface and/or the implant are subject to fracture plan will be described. Better planning leads to more predictable care.or distortion when stressed beyond the functional limit. Discover heroic Learn how to involve your patients in the diagnostic process so thatways to solve these difficult problems. they seek needed optimal treatment.Dr. Laura D. Braswell 1.5 hoursCourse S278 1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.D H A STFee: $2520 Years of Laser Dentistry, a Clinical Retrospective ViewWhen lasers first appeared on the dental scene they were consideredquestionable in utility and extremely expensive. Now there are manytypes with specific uses in all price ranges. Examine early cases,long-term follow-ups and exciting future applications for lasers indentistry. Learn how you can use laser technology to increase yourproductivity while enhancing your quality of care. S A T U R D AY, M A R C H 2 3 47 Pre-Registration Information
  • 50. GENERAL ATTENDANCE LECTURES Dr. Gregory J. Folse Dr. Barbara J. Steinberg Course S359 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Course S362 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Repeated from Friday (F348) All Attendees D LT ST No Fee No Fee Optimal Aging – Living to 100! Difficult Denture Patients: Real World Solutions At least 75 percent of health care costs in the U.S. are spent on Dentures don’t have to be so HARD! Performing basic, common treating diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, breast cancer, procedures uncommonly well will not only make your patients happy prostate cancer and obesity. Many of these diseases are largely but can cut your clinical time and efforts dramatically. Some tough preventable and can even be reversed by simple choices we make in denture patients do require special attention, understanding and our lifestyle. This informative course will look at some of today’s major unique treatment approaches for successful patient outcomes. health concerns and will offer suggestions and recommendations to See these clinically based, detailed, modified techniques. Successful? help achieve a long healthy life. Try 546 patients, 1,037 prostheses and only 123 adjustments. Note: This course is a prerequisite for course S158. Dr. John A. Svirsky Course S363 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. D H A ST Ms Lisa F. Harper-Mallonee No Fee Course S360 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Repeated from Friday (F344) Oral Cancer 2013: Lumps, Bumps and Lesions for All Attendees All Seasons No Fee This course deals with unusual cases, diagnostic challenges, the oral health effects of tobacco products and alcohol, premalignant and Healthy Mouth, Healthy Body – Healthy Practice! malignant lesions and new diagnostic techniques. Tobacco advertising We are in a unique position to provide our patients with the highest will be exposed, and the link between human papilloma virus and oral degree of preventive healthcare. Thus, we need to be knowledgeable cancer discussed. Get ready to laugh, learn and make a major about the multifaceted world of medicine and how it affects our difference in the lives of your patients. patients’ overall health and well-being. Not only will it help keep our patients healthier… but our practices will benefit as well! Mr. Dave Weber NEW Course S364 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Mr. Joseph D. Jordan Speaker 1.5 hours All Attendees Course S361 8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. No Fee D SP ST No Fee I’m Spread So Thin You Can See Through Me! As the sheer volume of today’s responsibilities grow, everyone is The Next Step: Associateships and the New Dentist being asked to do more, with less, faster, cheaper and better! Laugh as Associateship positions offer a wealth of experience for new dentists you learn a practical “process” for balancing every aspect of your lifeS A T U R D AY, M A R C H 2 3 and are often seen as the “next step” from graduation. Learn how to that coordinates your calendar, to-do list and filing so nothing falls evaluate associateship positions from the standpoint of the new through the cracks. Leave energized and equipped with key skills to be dentist and the host doctor, including the economic benefit, busyness on top of everything – inside and outside of the office! factor and probability for long-term success. Understanding the mentality that both parties bring to the position can help ensure a successful and fulfilling association. 48 The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 51. GENERAL ATTENDANCE LECTURESMs. Nancy Andrews Dr. Gregory L. PsaltisCourse S365 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Course S368 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.D H ST All AttendeesNo Fee No FeeStanding Up to Emerging Diseases To B or Not To B – Managing Everyone’s Behavior inExplore personal health issues, including new and altered diseases Pediatric Dentistrysuch as blood-borne, biofilm and insect/parasite diseases and Have you ever wondered why pediatric dentists love their work?very infectious respiratory, skin, droplet or airborne diseases. Imagine seeing only children all day. This may sound like yourCo-morbidities such as chronic conditions and allergies are worst nightmare. Attend this engaging and informative programconsidered, as well as occupational risk, illness prevention and and discover keys to the joy of children. Enhance yourpost-exposure responses. Update your understanding of standard understanding of the child’s dental experiences. Hearand transmission-based precautions. suggestions for managing the behavior of the provider and turning the problem of parents into an asset.Dr. Mitchell J. GardinerCourse S366 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Ms. Kim Laudenslager, R.D.H., M.P.A. 1.5 hoursRepeated from Thursday (T317) Director of CRDTS Dental Hygiene ExamsD H A OS ST Course S369 9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.No Fee Hygiene Students No FeeCan Your Dental Team Help to Defend You in aMalpractice Lawsuit? 2013 CRDTS Dental Hygiene ExaminationClinical documentation has been proven to be THE GOLD STANDARD The Central Regional Dental Testing Service, Inc. is a regionalin defending malpractice lawsuits. The ENTIRE DENTAL TEAM is of testing agency currently administering the CRDTS Dental Hygienecritical importance in defending their dentists by keeping records that Examination accepted by Georgia and approximately 40 othermeet accepted standards in every way. Use this rare opportunity to states. This presentation gives an introduction to CRDTS, thereview and analyze actual malpractice cases to understand how content and some of the important changes for the 2013 CRDTSdocumentation helped to win and lose these lawsuits in court. Leave Dental Hygiene Examination.with a fresh perspective of what needs to be documented and why. Note: AGD credit will not be issued for this course.Dr. Van B. Haywood NEWCourse S367 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Dr. Sameer Puri SpeakerAll Attendees Course S370 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.No Fee D H A OS ST No FeeBleaching Traditions and Future Trends 2013Tray bleaching for the past 25 years and in-office bleaching for Introduction to In-Office CAD/CAM S A T U R D AY, M A R C H 2 3125 years have given us solid traditional information and developed This program will explore current options for in-office CAD/CAM forfuture trends for new treatment options. A pre-bleaching examination general dentists. Discover the different imaging options and how aand diagnosis is important to avoid pitfalls and poor outcomes for all typical CAD/CAM appointment works. See examples of how in-officetypes of bleaching. Understanding the application of different CAD/CAM can be used to fabricate inlays, crowns, veneers, bridgesproducts is essential to guide patients for their maximum benefit. and implant surgical guides, abutments and final restorations.Learn the very latest evidence-based data on bleaching. Finally, consider the financial commitments and impact CAD/CAM can have on a typical dental practice. 49 Pre-Registration Information
  • 52. GENERAL ATTENDANCE LECTURES Ms. Rosemary Bray Dr. Thomas R. McDonald Course S371 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Course S374 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. All Attendees D A LT ST No Fee No Fee Extraordinary Service – A Dental Necessity! Choosing an Accurate Starting Point for Restorative Dentistry In today’s challenging economy, outstanding customer service is more In the comprehensive restorative practice, clinicians must consider essential than ever. You must exceed the patient’s expectations, not all functional aspects of the masticatory system in evaluation and meet it. Learn how to use extraordinary service to make your practice treatment. Achieving a precise starting point is essential for proper healthier and happier, create Raving Fans out of satisfied patients, and diagnosis and a stable, comfortable final restoration. In this course, avoid unhappy patients. Understand the importance of the first occlusal diagnosis and treatment will be discussed within the context impression of your practice and how to stay ahead and survive in of TMJ stability. Clinical cases will demonstrate the relationship this economy. between the TMJ, occlusion and restorative treatment. Ms. Tricia Osuna Dr. Donald P. Lewis, Jr. Course S375 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Course S372 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. All Attendees Repeated from Friday (F323) No Fee Dentists, Dentists’ Spouses and Dental Students ONLY Cosmetic / Restorative Panel – New Product Launches No Fee Hear cutting-edge information on new products that have been Preventing Employee Embezzlement and Fraud: launched since last year’s Hinman. This new concept in education Detection, Protection and Prosecution offers you an opportunity to hear directly from manufacturers who White-collar criminals are stealing each day from small business are allotted 10 minutes per presenter. Marketing of products and owners with a variety of different “scams and schemes.” This seminar research is offered in an educational presentation. Following the is designed and developed to empower attendees with knowledge course, attendees are encouraged to visit to the exhibit hall to learn to reduce their risk of becoming victims. Take home proven internal more about these new products. control systems to safeguard your assets. 2 hours Dr. Stephan Holcomb Mr. Imtiaz Manji Chairman, CRDTS Examination Review Committee Course S373 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Course S376 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Repeated from Thursday (T305) Dental Students All Attendees No Fee No Fee 2013 CRDTS Dental Examination Your Future in Patient Care and Value The Central Regional Dental Testing Service, Inc. is a regional testing Do you feel like you’re getting ahead or just keeping up? Are you agency currently administering the CRDTS Dental Examination accepted confident or unsure about the future? Everyday is an opportunity to by Georgia and approximately 40 other states. This presentation givesS A T U R D AY, M A R C H 2 3 do something great and to set yourself, your patients and the practice an introduction to CRDTS, the content and important changes for the on a course for an incredible tomorrow. Bring your team to align 2013 CRDTS Dental Examination. everyone’s vision for patient and practice success as well as create Note: AGD credit will not be issued for this course. daily focus around patient care and caring to optimize individual, team and practice success. 50 The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 53. GENERAL ATTENDANCE LECTURES SEMINAR SERIES NEWMr. Dave Weber Mr. William G. Lako, Jr. Speaker 1.5 hoursCourse S377 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Course S380 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.All Attendees All AttendeesNo Fee No FeeSome Days You’re the Pigeon; Some Days, the Statue! Taxes, Budgets & Finances:Relationships! It all boils down to relationships. In this side-splitting How to Get Started on the Right Trackcomedy routine, you’ll discover the secret to making progress on Come start your practice and your career off on the right track. Learnpurpose in all of your relationships and the amazing impact that our strategies that will help reduce your tax liability as a dentist and howWORDS have on the culture and climate of a practice or a home. the current tax structure affects personal taxes. Review importantLaugh and learn as you identify with what many doctors and staff feel business tactics such as budgets, financing a practice and payingis the most challenging part of our practices – THE PEOPLE. down student loan debt. Students and recent graduates will especially benefit from this course. Set your path for financial independence. NEW NEW Dr. Francis G. Serio SpeakerMr. Kerry Straine SpeakerCourse S378 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Course S381 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.D ST All AttendeesNo Fee No FeeHealthy and Wealthy in the 21st Century: International Volunteer Dental Projects:Emotional Intelligence and Financial Intelligence What’s It All About Anyway?Create the Ultimate Synergy! Opportunities exist for dentists, dental hygienists and others toWhen treatment plans and business plans align you can replace volunteer around the world or around the block. Explore the nature offear with freedom and uncertainty with unlimited amounts of volunteer activities, cross-cultural issues, a comparison of service andabundance! Learn how to own and operate a business that teaching projects and how to get started either at home or abroad. Thevalues organizational health as much as oral health. Effectively nuts and bolts of volunteering overseas will be detailed.communicate the ideal and most beneficial treatment plan to yourpatients that everyone will embrace. Your unique vision and mission Dr. Keith K. Jeffords 1.5 hours Course S382 1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.can provide you with the lifetime of fun, fulfillment and financial All Attendeesreward that you desire and deserve! No Fee About FACE and Body... Answers Dental Providers Need to Know About Plastic SurgeryMs. Lisa F. Harper-Mallonee Our patients are curious about additional treatments to complementCourse S379 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. their cosmetic dental procedures. Hear the latest about plastic surgery,All Attendees including treatments for perioral wrinkles (smoker’s lines), nasolabialNo Fee folds, skin rejuvenation, lip enhancements and reductions. Discover theBugs, Drugs and Food Fads: Considerations for the differences and indications for Botox/Dysport and Restylane/Juvederm.Dental Professional S A T U R D AY, M A R C H 2 3 NEWWe are a self-medicating, hype-believing society that wants a quick fix. Dr. Wayne E. Kerr Speaker 1.5 hoursOur bodies need vitamins and minerals to function efficiently, but Course S383 1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.which ones – and how much? We need to be aware of the changing D H A OS STlandscape of probiotic use, dietary supplements and food fads and No Feehow these trends could potentially impact patient care. Stuff Worth Knowin’ Enhance your value to the dental team. Improve your diagnostic skills, learn how to make better alginates, more successful sealants and to 51 use the vitalometer. Review current products and materials to facilitate patient care, and in-office patient education systems to improve treatment acceptance. Discover fifteen ways to love life more! Pre-Registration Information
  • 54. SPECIAL EVENTS TH URS DAY AMERICASMART SHOPPING KEYNOTE SESSION with Course T400 Mr. Jack Hanna 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Course T402 Also available on Friday (Course F404) 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Fee: $20 GWCC, Sidney Marcus Auditorium AmericasMart (Building 3), home to fashion, fine jewelry and No Fee accessories wholesale showrooms, is typically only open to trade professionals, but it will open its doors to registered Hinman Join us for the official opening attendees who show a name badge and ticket. Enter AmericasMart at ceremony of the Hinman the corner of Spring Street and Harris Street. Look for signs near the Dental Meeting! Doors and escalator to the left of the Exhibit Hall entrance. cash bar open at 5:00 p.m. with a musical prelude until Note: Showrooms offer limited samples of clothing and accessories. 5:30 p.m. The Keynote Session introduces the Meeting’s Featured All showrooms may not be open – days and times vary. These Clinicians and Keynote Speaker, Mr. Jack Hanna. showrooms accept cash, but please note that some showrooms have minimum amounts for credit card purchases. No strollers or children As the popular host of the hit television series, Jack Hanna’s Animal under the age of 12 will be admitted. Adventures, Jack takes millions of viewers on exciting journeys each week to learn about animals and the places they live. Tickets for this event may be purchased prior to the Meeting or at the His enthusiasm and wonderment with every new creature make Ticket Sales desk in the Registration Hall. the series a success to a broad range of viewers. The show now Take the Hinman Shuttle from the main entrance of the GWCC to The reaches 95 percent of U.S. television households every week-end Westin Peachtree Plaza. Walk one block north on Spring Street to the and is viewed in more than 60 countries. AmericasMart Building 3 main entrance located at 250 Spring Street. The road to notoriety began in the family bathtub in Knoxville, TN where Jack raised bluegills. After majoring in business in college, Jack Hanna opened a pet shop and petting zoo. Upon moving his DEMONSTRATION COOKING CLASS family to Columbus, Ohio in 1978, he became Director of the “Southern Picnic” rundown Columbus Zoo and began to receive national attention. Course T401 He has since become a regular guest on “Good Morning America” 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Attendance is limited to 45 and “The Late Show with David Letterman” and made countless Viking Cooking School – 1745 Peachtree Street NE appearances throughout the U.S. Board the bus at the main entrance of the GWCC at 10:15 a.m. Marvin C. Goldstein Memorial Lecture Bus will return to the GWCC at 1:30 p.m. SPECIAL EVENTS This session is sponsored by the Atlanta chapter of the Alpha Omega Fee: $75 International Dental Fraternity in cooperation with the Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting. The Fraternity has dedicated this lectureship There is no picnic quite in memory of Dr. Marvin C. Goldstein. like a real Southern oneG E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N featuring traditional foods made famous over the KEYNOTE PRIZES years. From the days of All paid registrants are eligible for, and must be present to win, Scarlett O’Hara to cowboy two sets of Delta Air Lines tickets to anywhere in the continental boots and overalls, United States. Two sets of two roundtrip tickets will be given away. come out and join us in One set will be awarded to a dentist and the other set to an auxiliary. your Southern best while Deposit the appropriate ticket (included in your registration packet) feasting on “Gone with in the hopper when entering the auditorium beginning at 5:00 p.m. for a 52 the Wind” style Southern cuisine. chance to win. The Keynote Session begins promptly at 5:30 p.m. Tickets must be deposited in the hopper prior to 5:25 p.m. The indicates that transportation to this event is included in the ticket fee. The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 55. SPECIAL EVENTS F RIDAYBREAKFAST AT MACY’S! (Shopping Too!!!) HINMAN LUNCHEON with Mr. Bruce ChristopherCourse F403 Course F4058:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. 11:45 a.m. CocktailsBoard bus at GWCC at 7:20 a.m. for a 7:30 a.m. departure. 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. LuncheonBoard bus at Macy’s at 11:00 a.m. for an 11:15 a.m. departure. Ritz-Carlton, AtlantaFee: $30 – Attendees will receive a $15 Macy’s gift card Board bus at the main entrance of theupon entering the store GWCC at 11:15 a.m. for an 11:30 a.m. departure. Macy’s is opening its Lenox Square location Return bus will board at 1:30 p.m. for a for Hinman attendees only. Macy’s invites 1:45 p.m. departure.Hinman attendees to take advantage of exclusive shopping hoursfrom 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. with complimentary continental breakfast, Fee: $55personal shoppers and other special offers! Why Are Women So Strange and Men So Weird?After 10:00 a.m., Lenox Square will open to the public and attendees How to Communicate Effectively with the Opposite Sexwill have the chance to explore some of Atlanta’s most exclusive At the heart of any practice is relationships: among staff, patients andshops. The bus will depart from Macy’s at 11: 15 a.m. Those attendees doctors. It is no doubt that communication runs your office! This sessionwho choose to stay past the departure time will be responsible for takes a very humorous look at how men and women think, speak andtheir own transportation back to the GWCC. make decisions differently. Interpersonal effectiveness is a key factor in personal and practice success. You can revitalize performance and enhance morale by putting into practice the strategies outlined in this seminar. You will learn what makes the opposite sex tick and what youAMERICASMART SHOPPING can do about it. You will laugh ‘til you cry… and learn ‘til you change!Course F4049:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Note: Business casual attire is required.Also available on Thursday (Course T400)Fee: $20 WINE TASTING & SEMINAR with Mr. Michael GallantAmericasMart (Building 3), home to fashion, fine jewelry and Course F406accessories wholesale showrooms, is typically only open to trade 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.professionals, but it will open its doors to registered Hinman Omni Hotel at CNN Center, South Tower, Atrium Terrace Fee: $55attendees who show a name badge and ticket. Enter AmericasMart atthe corner of Spring Street and Harris Street. Look for signs near the Mastering The Blendescalator to the left of the Exhibit Hall entrance. Most wines are a result of the careful blending of multiple grape varieties. Each grape has different flavor profiles, textures andNote: Showrooms offer limited samples of clothing and accessories. SPECIAL EVENTS aromatics. The final product will bring the best characteristics ofAll showrooms may not be open – days and times vary. These each grape to the wine. This year we will taste interesting blendedshowrooms accept cash, but please note that some showrooms have wines from all over the globe. Be prepared for interesting California,minimum amounts for credit card purchases. No strollers or children French and Australian blends. We will even feature a great Port!under the age of 12 will be admitted. G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O NTickets for this event may be purchased prior to the Meeting or at the Dental Student Networking and ReceptionTicket Sales desk in the Registration Hall. Course F407 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.Take the Hinman Shuttle from the main entrance of the GWCC to The All Dental StudentsWestin Peachtree Plaza. Walk one block north on Spring Street to the No FeeAmericasMart Building 3 main entrance located at 250 Spring Street. Join other dental students and Hinman member dentists for beer, wine and light appetizers. Take advantage of the opportunity to join round table discussions of topics not learned in school: how and where to find 53 a practice, how to hire a staff, the benefits of organized dentistry and the chance to ask other questions of successful practicing dentists. Sign up when you register to assure a spot in this event. Pre-Registration Information
  • 56. SPECIAL EVENTS F RIDAY AUXILIARY RECEPTION All paid auxiliaries are eligible to win American Express Gift Certificates. 7:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. Deposit the appropriate ticket in the ticket tumbler at the Auxiliary Omni Hotel at CNN Center, Grand Ballroom Reception for a chance to win. Drawings will be held at approximately 9:15 p.m. and 10:15 p.m. You must be present to win. Join us at the Omni Hotel for a night of dancing, fun and great food! Spectrum Entertainment returns and promises a fabulous time. Each attendee, 21 years of age or older with identification, will receive two drink tickets redeemable for complimentary beer or wine between the hours of 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. Other beverages will be available for purchase and cash bars will remain open until 11:00 p.m. The buffet will open at 7:00 p.m. Hygienists, assistants, laboratory technicians, office staff, residents and students may bring one adult guest. DENTIST RECEPTION WITH A-TOWN A-LIST! 7:30 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. Omni Hotel at CNN Center, International Ballroom Enjoy great food and a live band at the 2013 Hinman Dental Meeting This prize trip includes airfare for two to Sedona and accommodations Dentist Reception! Enjoy dancing to all your favorites with A-Town at the Enchantment Resort. Total monetary value of this prize not to A-List! This seven-piece band specializes in creating a unique energy exceed $5,000. and chemistry with the last 60 years of popular music. An exquisite buffet reception including scrumptious desserts and coffee will be provided along with cash bars. Dentists from all registration VACATION #2: categories, including dental students with one adult guest, are cordially Royal Caribbean Cruise – invited to attend this fabulous evening. Coat and tie for gentlemen and Create your own trip! cocktail attire for ladies. Dentists must present the appropriate ticket for Enjoy an amazing Royal entrance. Ticket is good for each dentist and one adult guest. Caribbean cruise to a Prize vacations Nos. 1 and 2 will be awarded during the party. All paid destination of your choice! dentists are eligible and must be present to win. Registered dentists The cruise line offers should drop the appropriate ticket in the ticket tumbler located in hundreds of ports-of-call in the Exhibit Hall or at the Dentist Reception. Hinman Members are not some of the most breathtaking SPECIAL EVENTS eligible for these prizes. places in the world including the amazing coasts of Alaska, Canada and England to the historical charm of Europe. Royal Caribbean also sails to the beautiful beaches DENTIST RECEPTION PRIZES of Mexico, Hawaii, the Caribbean, the Panama Canal, Bermuda or the Bahamas. The cruise will offer a variety of fine dining, shopping, shoreG E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N VACATION #1: excursions and nightly entertainment. Enchantment Resort, Sedona, Arizona This prize trip includes airfare for two and accommodations aboard a Royal Caribbean ship. Total monetary value of this prize not to Enchantment Resort is the exceed $5,000. leading Sedona resort and spa, renowned in Arizona and Note: Check website for more details and restrictions. beyond. The resort offers an 54 abundance of amenities with stunning views and truly unique architecture. Enchantment combines the unique natural beauty of Arizona’s red rocks with superb hotel accommodations. Guests enjoy exploring the hiking trails and ancient ruins amidst the Secret Mountain Wilderness. The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 57. SPECIAL EVENTS S ATURDAYHINMAN TOUR OF HOMESCOURSE S4089:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.FEE: $65 (Lunch at Druid Hills Golf Club included)Buses depart GWCC at 9:00 a.m. and return to the GWCC at 1:30 p.m.Come experience these delightful homes owned by Hinman members whohave invested their time and personalities to create three unique settings inthe well-established Druid Hills community. Lunch at the beautiful Druid HillsGolf Club will provide a finishing touch to your visit to this traditional but eclecticAtlanta neighborhood.Dr. and Mrs. Marvin WinterThis charming 1922 bungalow was purchased by the current owners in 1997 andrenovated in 2005 to add a second story. The home features three working fireplaces,a delightful folk art collection and original “wavy glass” windows. The pergola and pondwith Koi and goldfish are just part of the beautiful gardens in the backyard. Dr. and Mrs. Roy McDonald Also built in 1922, the McDonalds are the third homeowners to enjoy this English Tudor home situated on 1.25 acres. With 4,000 square feet of living space, the McDonalds have overseen three major renovations since they purchased the house in 1986. The outdoor living areas are a must see. G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N Dr. and Mrs. Sedgie Newsom This Mediterranean Revival house constructed in 1924 is undergoing an extensive renovation to add a large kitchen, family room, breakfast nook and mudroom. As the fourth owners of the house, the Newsoms are planning and designing an interior that will feature an explosion of color to accent the new floor plans upstairs and down. 55 Pre-Registration Information
  • 58. TECHNICAL EXHIBITS With more than 425 exhibiting companies, the Hinman Technical Exhibits is an area you need to visit! Here you’ll be able to see and source the latest the industry has to offer. Save time and plan which exhibitors you’ll visit on www.hinman.org/exhibits.aspx. Just click on the 2013 Interactive Floor Plan. NEW HALL HOURS: Thursday, March 21 Friday, March 22 Saturday, March 23 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. LOCATION: GWCC Halls A1 – A3 TECHNICAL EXHIBITS HALL FEATURES Hinman Treasure Quest is an exciting new game and your chance to win up to $500 in cash! The game board is in the Guide to Technical Exhibits located opposite the Hinman Dining Dollars. On the card, you’ll find the list of participating exhibitors. Visit those exhibitors, have them stamp your game card and deposit your card in the Treasure Chest in the Hinman Classic Car Exhibit (Booth 840). Jewelry Giveaway - Hinman will give away vintage inspired pieces as we give a nod to the past and look forward to the Hinman tradition continuing. All paid registration categories are eligible to win. Ticket scanners will be located in the Hinman Classic Car Exhibit (booth 2741). You must be present to win. Redeem your Hinman Dining Dollars, found in the Guide to Technical Exhibits, for special values with food vendors in the Hinman Eatery and throughout the Exhibit Hall. Look for ’50s-Inspired Hinman Characters on the show floor for your chance to win gas cards. All paid registration categories are eligible. Participants must turn in their completed ticket to the ’50s-inspired characters in the Exhibit Hall for a chance to win. The winner will pick up the gas card at the Exhibits office on the show floor. Gas cards will not be mailed. Come and explore the Hinman Classic Car Exhibit.G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N Vintage, classic and exotic cars will be in booths 840 and 2741. These vehicles were beautifully restored by our own Hinman Members. Messages to Our Military – Join Hinman and Bennett Graphics in sending a note of thanks to the men and women who defend our freedom. Visit the Messages to Our Military booth in the 56 back of the 1000 aisle and write a postcard of appreciation, or bring written postcards from your office and patients. Help us send as many notes of gratitude as possible to the members of our armed forces all across the world! The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 59. TECHNICAL EXHIBITSEarn free CE credit in our Table Clinics area. Table clinics are scientific table-top presentations that are each approximately10 minutes in length and are given by volunteers of the dental community. Receive a code for one hour of continuingeducation credit for each hour spent in the table clinics area. Be sure to pick up a time-stamped card when you enter the areaand stop back by once the hour is complete to get a CE code. Enter behind the 2400 aisle.Thursday, March 219:00 a.m. Hall Opens10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Table Clinics2:00 – 5:00 p.m. Table Clinics4:00 – 4:45 p.m. Enter to win Jewelry Giveaway4:45 p.m. Jewelry Giveaway Winner Awarded5:00 p.m. Hall ClosesFriday, March 228:00 a.m. Hall Opens8:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Table Clinics11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Table Clinics3:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Table Clinics5:00 p.m. – 5:45 p.m. Enter to win Jewelry Giveaway5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Cocktail Hour courtesy of onPeak Housing5:45 p.m. Jewelry Giveaway Winner Awarded6:00 p.m. Hall ClosesSaturday, March 239:00 a.m. Hall Opens11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Table Clinics1:45 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Enter to win Jewelry Giveaway2:30 p.m. Jewelry Giveaway Winner Awarded3:00 p.m. Hall Closes G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N 57 Pre-Registration Information
  • 60. EXHIBITORS 1-800-DENTIST Certol International eDental Image 2wayradiodirect.com Cincinnati Insurance Company Ellman International 3M ESPE Clarion Financial EMS Electro Medical Systems Corporation 3Shape Clinician’s Choice Dental Products, Inc. Engage Marketing Accurate Metals & Refining CliniPix, Inc. Ergonomic Products Accurate Mfg., Inc. Coast Dental, P.A. Essential Dental Systems ACIGI Relaxation/Fujiiryoki Colgate Everyday Health ACT Chattem Coltene/Whaledent, Inc. EXACTA Dental Direct Acteon North America (Satelec & Sopro companies) Comlite Systems First Medica A-dec Common Sense Dental Products Flight Dental Systems ADS South Cool Jaw/Medico International, Inc. Garfield Refining Company Affinity Bank Cosmedent, Inc. Garrison Dental Solutions Affordable Dentures Crescent Products, Inc. GC America, Inc. AFTCO Crest Oral-B www.GemsGuy.com Allpro Crown Tenant Advisors George Taub Products AMD Lasers Cunningham Waters Construction Company Gibson Dental Designs American Business Consulting Custom Earpiece Glidewell Laboratories American Eagle Instruments Danville Materials Global Surgical Corp. American Express OPEN DDS Lab, Inc. Glove Club Ameritas Group Dental Delta Dental Golden Dental Solutions Angie’s List Delta Gloves Golden Proportions Marketing APPLIED LIGHTING SOLUTIONS INC. Demandforce Gordon J. Christensen - Practical Clinical Courses Arm & Hammer Spinbrush DenLine Uniforms, Inc. Great Expressions Dental Centers ASEPTICO DenMat Great Lakes Prosthodontics Atlanta Dental Supply Denovo Dental, Inc. Greater New York Dental Meeting Atlantic Precious Metal Refining Dental Access Mobile Clinics Guardian Dental PPO AvaDent Digital Dentures Dental Equipment Liquidators, Inc. Hager Worldwide, Inc. Avesis Dental Health Products, Inc. Hartzell & Son, G. Bank of America Practice Solutions Dental USA Hawaiian Moon Aloe Beaverstate Dental, Inc. DentalBanc Hayes Handpiece Company Belmont Equipment DentalEZ Group Healthcare Professional Funding Benco Dental DENTCA, Inc. HealthFirst Bien-Air Dental Dentegra Insurance Co. Heartland Dental Care Bioclear Matrix Systems by Dr. David Clark Denticator Henry Schein Dental BioHorizons DentiMax Henry Schein Practice Solutions Biotrol Dentistry Today Heraeus Bisco Dental Products DentistryPlanet.com Hiossen, Inc. Blair & Associates, Dr. Charles and Practice DENTSPLY International HRS/Amerinet Booster Designs for Vision, Inc. Hu-Friedy Mfg. Co., LLC.G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia DEXIS Digital X-ray ImageWorks BonaDent Dental Laboratories Diatech Infinite Therapeutics Bosworth Company Digital Doc, LLC InfoStar BQ Ergonomics DMG America Instrumentarium/Soredex Brasseler USA DOCS Education Insurance Credentialing Specialist BrushOnSmile Doral Refining Corp. Invisalign/iTero Camellix, LLC DoWell Dental Products, Inc. Isolite Systems CapitalSource Drake Precision Dental Laboratory Ivoclar Vivadent, Inc. 58 CareCredit DrQuickLook, Inc. J. Morita USA, Inc. Carestream Dental E4D Johnson & Johnson Healthcare Products, Carestream Dental Film/Anesthetic Eastwood Real Estate Services, LLC a division of McNeil-PPC, Inc. Centrix, Inc. Easy Dental The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 61. EXHIBITORSKavo Dental Patterson Dental Supply, Inc. SS WhiteKeating Dental Arts PDT, Inc. - Paradise Dental Technologies Sultan Healthcare, Inc.Kettenbach L.P. Pelton & Crane/ Marus Dental Sunrise Dental Equipment, Inc.Kilgore International, Inc. PeriOptix, Inc. SUNSTAR AMERICAS, Inc.Kimberly-Clark Philips - Sonicare and Zoom Whitening Superior Upholstery CompanyKomet USA Photomed International SurgiTel/General Scientific Corp.Kuraray America, Inc. Pittman Dental Laboratory TeleVoxLares Research Plak Smacker Tess CorporationLeonard Cabinet Company PLANMECA, Inc. The Dawson AcademyLester Dine, Inc. POH Oral Health Products Teeth Whitening For Free (TW4F)Lexi-Comp, Inc. PPM- Professional Practice Management The Scheduling InstituteLips, Inc. Premier Dental Products Company TheraSnore by DistarLive Oak Bank Preventech Total EHRLumaDent, Inc. Pro Med Sales, Inc. Total HealthMacPractice Pro Repair TPCMarket Connections, Inc. Productive Practices TrustWorkz, Inc.Massaging Insoles by Bestsoles, Inc. Professional Sales Associates, Inc. Tuttnauer USA Co., Ltd.McGill & Hill Group Professional Practice Transitions U.S. Bank Practice FinanceMed Tech Construction, Inc. Prophy Perfect InfiniteAloeMediadent - a division of SuccessEHS Prophymagic Ultimate Dental - A division of Endoco, Inc.Medidenta ProSites Ultradent Products, Inc.Microcopy Dental Pulpdent Corporation Ultralight OpticsMicroflex Q-Optics & Quality Aspirators Upholstery Packages & ServicesMidmark Corporation Quantum, Inc. US Army Dental RecruitingMidwest Business Capital Quintessence Publishing Co.,Inc. Valumax InternationalMillennium Dental Technologies R & D Services Amalgam Separators Vector R&D, Inc.Miltex, an Integra Company RGP Inc. , VELscope - LED Dental, Inc.Muzak RIEMSER, Inc. Viade Products, Inc.Nadia International, Inc. Rocky Mountain Dental Convention Vident, a VITA CompanyNashville Dental, Inc. Rogers Dental Laboratory Villa Radiology SystemsNational Dentex Corporation Rose Micro Solutions Viroxyn Professional UseNC Office of Rural Health & Community Care Royal Dental Group & Porter Instrument Co., Inc. VisiCom Visual Paging SystemsNew Image Dental Laboratory Rx Honing (Sharpening) Machine Viva ConceptsNobel Biocare Schumacher Dental Instruments VOCO America, Inc.NOMAD by Aribex SciCan, Inc. Water Pik, Inc.Nordent Manufacturing, Inc. SDI (North America), Inc. Wells Fargo Practice FinanceNovaBone Products LLC Sedation Resource Whip Mix CorporationNSK Dental LLC Septodont White Towel ServicesObtura Spartan Sesame Communications XDR Radiology G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O NOCO Biomedical, Inc. SharperPractice XLDentOfficite, LLC Shofu Dental Corporation YodleOnpharma, Inc. Sikka Software Young DentalOraline Sirona Dental Systems Zila, a TOLMAR CompanyOrtho-Tain Six Month Smiles Zimmer DentalPacific Dental Services Smile Reminder Zirc CompanyPact-One Solutions SNAP Cosmetic Simulation Software ZOLL Medical CorporationPalisades Dental SolmeteX Zoll-Dental 59Panadent Southeast Medical BooksPanoramic South-Tree Enterprises, Inc. *Exhibitor list as of the printing of thisParagon Dental Practice Transitions Specialty Appliances Orthodontic Laboratory brochure.Parkell, Inc. Spry/Xlear, Inc. Pre-Registration Information
  • 62. PRE-REGISTRATION ON-SITE REGISTRATION HOURS seat in General Attendance courses. (Location: GWCC Main Entrance) Wednesday, March 20 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. 1) Register online at www.hinman.org. Thursday, March 21 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 2) Mail a registration form to: Friday, March 22 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting Saturday, March 23 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. 6840 Meadowridge Court Alpharetta, Georgia 30005 REGISTRATION FEES On or before 2/21 After 2/21 Dentists* (includes ADA life) $170 $225 Only one registration form is necessary for each office, including Retired Dentists** $0 $0 dentists, auxiliaries and family members. The registration form can Residents & Dental Students (no CE) be copied to accommodate additional registrants. Hinman accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express or a check for either pre- Retired Dentists*** (earn CE) $50 $50 registration or on-site registration. Military Dentists $170 $170 Dental Assistants $65 $75 Attendees whose pre-registration forms are postmarked or received Dental Hygienists $65 $75 online by Thursday, February 21, 2013 will receive their Dental Office Staff $65 $75 registration badges and course tickets in the mail. Registrants should Laboratory Technicians $65 $75 bring all of these materials to the meeting. Those who register after Auxiliary Students (no CE) $0 $0 February 21 must pick up their materials on site. Spouses/Children/Youth (no CE) $0 $0 General Attendance tickets will be in pre-registration packets for Guests (on site only, no CE) – $75 those who have pre-registered. A limited number of tickets may *Dentists who are in their first year of practice may attend the meeting for a be available at the door of the lecture room until approximately fee of $85 ($115 after 2/21). Dentists in their second year of practice pay $130 10 minutes after the class begins. ($170 after 2/21). A copy of an ADA membership card or other credentials Registered Attendance tickets will be in registration packets with the year of dental school graduation must be submitted with the for those who have pre-registered or can be purchased from registration form for a reduced fee. Ticket Sales in the Registration area. **Dentists requesting the retired dentist category with a complimentary ($0) registration fee should contact QMS to request a retired dentist form. COURSE FEES QMS can be contacted by phone (866) 248-2883, fax (678) 341-3099 or email hd@qmsreg.com. No CE credit is earned in this category. When two course fees are published, all dentists pay the higher course fee. All other registrants pay the lower course fee when ***Retired dentists who need to earn CE hours should register in the indicated. However, if only one fee is published, all registrants retired dentist with CE category and pay the $50 registration fee. pay the same fee. Individuals requesting the retired dentist with CE category should contact QMS to request a retired dentist form. QMS can be contacted by phone (866) 248-2883, fax (678) 341-3099 or email hd@qmsreg.com. Pre-registration Incentive CHILDREN All attendees who register by February 21, 2013, are eligible Children (under the age of 12) and Youth (ages 12 – 20): to win a three-night stay at The Atlanta Hilton and Towers during the 2014 Hinman Dental Meeting.G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N Badge holders, programs and Guides to Technical Exhibits will be available on site at these locations: 1) Main entrance 2) Building A, Level 4 entrance 3) Building A, Level 3 4) Building B, Level 4 60 1) South Tower Lobby 2) North Tower, M2 Level 3) North Tower, M4 Level The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 63. PRE-REGISTRATIONCANCELLATION POLICY Academy of General DentistryCancellation requests must be postmarked by Wednesday, March 20, Approval does not imply acceptance by a state or2013. No refunds will be made for cancellations requested after provincial board of dentistry or AGD endorsement.registration opens on the first day of the meeting, which is Thursday, In order to meet the AGD deadline for CEMarch 21, 2013. submission, AGD members should processIn order for your refund request to be considered, the information their CE no later than April 26, 2013.must include the attendee’s name and address in writing, the originalregistration badge and any course tickets. All requests must bepostmarked by March 20, 2013 and mailed to: HANDOUTS The Thomas P Hinman Dental Meeting . In an effort to be more environmentally friendly, we will not print 6840 Meadowridge Court handouts for the meeting. In advance of the meeting, we will provide Alpharetta, Georgia 30005 course materials to access online which can be downloaded and printed. We will make all handout information available for all courses for which we receive materials from the speaker.TICKET RETURNFor those attendees unable to attend registered courses or special As usual, a confirmation of your registration process will be sent to you.events, tickets may be resold to the Ticket Sales counter located in Included with your information will be a user name and password forthe Registration area only if the course or special event is sold out. accessing handout materials specific to your courses. Please reviewTickets may only be sold prior to the event. your handout information in advance of the meeting to determine if you want to bring a printed copy with you. Handouts will be available starting March 4 through May 10. Plan ahead, print your handouts andGUEST POLICY get the most out of your courses!All guests must pay a $75 registration fee, complete a guestregistration form and may register on site only. Guests do not have tobe accompanied by a registered attendee. Registering enables guests ACCOMMODATIONS & TRAVEL INFORMATIONto visit the exhibit hall and buy tickets for courses or special events. The designated hotel service for the 2013 Thomas P Hinman Dental .Guests do not receive continuing education credits. Meeting is onPeak. No other housing organization has been authorized to represent Hinman for the 2013 Meeting. Specially discounted room rates have been secured in several downtown, midtown and Buckhead hotels. The Thomas P Hinman Dental Meeting has carefully selected all . Representatives from onPeak are ready to assist you with special requests relating to hotel rooms, multiple room blocks, suites, meeting space and lecturers, exhibits and exhibitors to present at the 2013 Hinman food and beverage requirements. Dental Meeting. The contents of any particular program, lecture, exhibit or handout are the responsibility of the respective lecturer or exhibitor presenting such material. The Hinman Dental Society Your Hinman Hotel Service team will assist you in securing your initial does not endorse or approve any materials so presented. room block and throughout the entire booking process. Deadlines for deposits, individual cancellation policies and rooming lists will be communicated by onPeak.ACCREDITATION & CONTINUING Your patronage of the Hinman hotel program is appreciated.EDUCATION CREDIT Booking your reservations through the Hinman Hotel Service benefits all Hinman participants by enabling us to negotiate the lowest hotel G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O NThe Hinman Dental Meeting utilizes a computerized accreditationprocess. Attendees who register for courses will receive a ticket listing rates possible. Demand for rooms will be high, so please takethe course and speaker for each class. Hinman provides one hour of advantage of the relationships established among Hinman,credit for each hour of lecture, unless indicated under the course onPeak and the Atlanta hotel community to secure your hotel rooms.description. These tickets can be stored in the badge holder to bepicked up at either the GWCC or Omni Hotel. Select one of the following methods to make your hotel room reservations:Computerized continuing education certificates can be printed at one 1) Call onPeak at (800) 243-1581.of two locations during the meeting: 2) Book your room requests online at www.hinman.org. 1) Exhibit Hall, Cyber Café: 9 – 5 TH, 8 – 6 FR, 9 – 3 SAT Confirmations of hotel room selections are given instantaneously. 61 2) Registration Hall: 1 – 5:30 SAT only 3) Email Hinman@onpeakevents.co.After the HInman meeting, you will be able to print your continuing To avoid duplications in the booking process, please select onlyeducation certificate at www.hinman.org for six months at no charge. one of the above-recommended methods. Pre-Registration Information
  • 64. PRE-REGISTRATION Pre-Enrollment: In order to expedite the check-in process, it is HOTEL RATES recommended that attendees pre-enroll, although it is not required. You can do so by sending an email to GWCC@airportbags.com to DOWNTOWN HOTELS SINGLE / DOUBLE VALUES + request the appropriate forms. Please make sure to reference the Courtyard by Marriott $188 Hinman Dental Meeting in the subject line. Embassy Suites $219 Hampton Inn Downtown $165 Hilton Atlanta $159 TRANSPORTATION & PARKING Hilton Garden Inn $195 Hinman Shuttle Holiday Inn $159 A complimentary shuttle bus system is available for Hinman attendees Holiday Inn Express $149 Hyatt Place $184 between select downtown hotels and the GWCC. See the list of Hyatt Regency Atlanta $189 participating hotels to the left. The shuttle schedule will be available Marriott Atlanta Downtown $189 online approximately two weeks prior to the meeting, will be printed Marriott Marquis $189 in the on-site Hinman Program and will be posted in each Omni Hotel at CNN Center $209 participating hotel. Ritz-Carlton, Atlanta $210 Sheraton Atlanta $180 The Ellis Hotel $179 MARTA (Rapid Rail System) The Glenn Hotel $187 Call (404) 848-4711 or visit www.itsmarta.com for details on W Hotel Downtown $229 schedules and route information for MARTA, the Metropolitan Westin Peachtree Plaza $185 Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority. Ride MARTA directly into the Omni/Georgia Dome/GWCC Station on the East/West line MIDTOWN HOTELS Four Seasons $230 from numerous locations in the city, including the airport. Meliá Hotel $129 Daily parking is available at most MARTA stations. BUCKHEAD HOTELS Go Green in ’13; take Rapid Transit! JW Marriott Lenox $192 Buy a one-way MARTA ticket to Hinman Ritz-Carlton, Buckhead $210 and pick up a free return ticket for your ride home (while supplies last). Avoid traffic, save time and money by taking MARTA. The rail + Complimentary Internet access is offered only to Hinman attendees and exhibitors who book in the Hinman block. system picks up at many locations throughout the city and drops off at the GWCC Station. The airport stop is inside the Atlanta airport and Hinman shuttle system provided. the stop in Peachtree Center is near many hotels in the Hinman block. For a map, go to the housing page on our website. To receive your complimentary return ticket, visit the Messages to the Military booth In addition, onPeak can assist you in making car rental in the Exhibit Hall, booth #856 and show your receipt, ticket or reservations. Discounted airline and car rental rates are available Breeze card. We will give away 101 return tickets daily, so visit the hall for Hinman attendees. When speaking to an onPeak agent, please early to secure your free trip! reference the AVIS Discount #D256901 or Enterprise/National Discount #XZL0302 to receive lower rates.G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N GWCC Parking GWCC area lots $10 per day for surface parking For airline reservations, Delta Air Lines is pleased to offer (Orange, Blue, Silver, Yellow Lots) special discounted airfares for Hinman attendees. To take advantage of the special rates, call Delta Meeting Network® Reservations at $10 per day for covered parking (800) 328-1111, Monday – Friday, 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. (Central (Red and Gold Lots) Standard Time) and refer to File Meeting Code NMEFC. Travel agents also may use this code when booking your reservation. These parking lots located around the GWCC are indicated on the map of downtown Atlanta on the next page. You can now order your 62 parking in advance online and ensure you have the space you need. Please visit www.gwcc.com/directions to reserve your parking space. The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 65. ATLANTA MAP = MARTA KEY G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N 63Pre-Registration Information
  • 66. 2013 SPEAKERS Nancy Andrews, R.D.H., B.S. Rosemary Bray John C. Cranham, D.D.S. Ms. Andrews is a nationally-recognized Ms. Bray spent more than 30 years Dr. Cranham has a contemporary dental speaker, author and consultant. She is employed in the dental profession, practice in Chesapeake, VA, focusing on a course director of pathology and with experience in general dentistry, cosmetic, restorative and implant service. infection control at the West Coast periodontics and the last 18 years He is the clinical director of The University Department of Dental Hygiene. in orthodontics - both in clinical and Dawson Academy. Special Lecturer | See pages: 2, 11, administrative roles. Featured Clinician | See pages: 17, 27, 49 Special Lecturer | See pages: 2, 28, 31, 44 37, 50 Lois J. Banta Gerard J. Chiche, D.D.S. Harold L. Crossley, D.D.S., Ph.D. Ms. Banta is CEO, president and founder Dr. Chiche is the Thomas P. Hinman Dr. Crossley is professor emeritus at the of Banta Consulting, Inc., a company Endowed Chair in Restorative Dentistry University of Maryland Dental School. He that specializes in all aspects of dental and the Director of the Center for has co-authored a number of articles and practice management. She also owns Esthetic and Implant Dentistry at four books dealing with a variety of topics and operates The Speaking Consulting Georgia Health Sciences School of within the field of pharmacology. Network. Dentistry in Augusta, GA. Featured Clinician | See pages: 3, 13, Special Lecturer | See pages: 2, 12, 17, Featured Clinician | See pages: 13, 30, 43 29, 33, 45 28, 30 Charles Blair, D.D.S. Gordon J. Christensen, Clayton R. Davis, D.M.D. Dr. Blair speaks on practice profitability, D.D.S., M.S.D., Ph.D. Dr. Davis is a visiting faculty member fee analysis, insurance coding strategies Dr. Christensen is founder and director with the L.D. Pankey Institute. He and overhead control. He has created of Practical Clinical Courses (PCC) and maintains a private practice in Duluth, GA. the CDT Code Advisor through chief executive officer of Clinicians Report Seminar Speaker | See page: 47 www.practicebooster.com, which Foundation (CR) in Provo, UT. offers practical guidance for the real- Featured Clinician | See pages: 12, 14, 30 world application of CDT Codes. Featured Clinician | See pages: 12, 27, 35, 37, 43 Lee Ann Brady, D.M.D. Bruce Christopher, M.A. Karen Davis, R.D.H, B.S.D.H. Dr. Brady is a nationally-recognized Mr. Christopher is a practicing clinical Ms. Davis is founder of Cutting Edge educator and writer. She maintains a psychologist. He is an internationally- Concepts.® She is an international private practice in Glendale, AZ. known author and humorist. speaker and practices dental hygiene Featured Clinician | See pages: 12, 24, Featured Clinician | See pages: 16, 34, in Dallas, TX. 30, 40 45, 53 Featured Clinician | See pages: 2, 11, 34, 37, 45G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N Laura D. Braswell, D.D.S. David Clark, D.D.S. Peter E. Dawson, D.D.S. Dr. Braswell is a fellow of the American Dr. Clark founded the Academy of Dr. Dawson is known all over the world College of Dentists, the International Microscope Enhanced Dentistry in for contributions in the field of occlusion College of Dentists and the Pierre 2002 to advance the art and science and restorative dentistry and for his Fauchard Academy. She maintains a of microdentistry, microendodontics, concepts on diagnosis and treatment private practice in Atlanta, GA. microperiodontics and dental of TM disorders. He is the author of the Seminar Speaker | See page: 47 NEW microsurgery. He is a course director all-time best selling dental textbook, Speaker at the Newport Coast Oral Facial Evaluation, Diagnosis and Treatment of 64 Institute and he is on the editorial Occlusal Problems. board for several journals. Featured Clinician | See pages: 31 Special Lecturer | See pages: 12, 15, 21, 24 The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 67. 2013 SPEAKERS Vincent J.M. DiMaio, M.D. Cynthia Fong, M.S., R.D.H. James C. Grisdale, D.D.S. Dr. DiMaio is editor-in-chief of the Ms. Fong is a dental hygienist and an Dr. Grisdale is a board-certified specialist American Journal of Forensic Medicine and international speaker. She presents in periodontics and prosthodontics. Pathology and was appointed Chair of the continuing education courses and He is a full-time teaching professor in the Texas Forensic Science Commission by the academic lectures on topics related to Department of Periodontics at Loma Linda Governor of Texas. He has testified in trials disease prevention and therapeutic University Dental School.NEW throughout the United States as well as in oral care. Special Lecturer | See pages: 15, 23,Speaker Canada, South Africa, Columbia and Israel. Special Lecturer | See pages: 19, 21 25, 43 Special Lecturer | See pages: 14, 18, 34, 44 John R. Droter, D.D.S. Mitchell J. Gardiner, D.M.D. Lisa F. Harper-Mallonee, M.P.H., Dr. Droter maintains a private practice Dr. Gardiner is a general dentist in a R.D.H., R.D. diagnosing facial pain in the greater multi-specialty practice. He is a clinical Ms. Harper-Mallonee holds a tenured Washington, D.C. area. He is a visiting instructor at the New Jersey Dental School faculty position as an associate professor faculty member at The Washington in the Department of Restorative Dentistry and registered dietitian at the Texas A&M Hospital Center, in Washington, D.C., and is senior attending at the Riverview Health Science Center, Baylor CollegeNEW teaching temporomandibular Hospital Medical Center in Red Bank, NJ. of Dentistry, Caruth School of DentalSpeaker disorders to the orthodontic residents. Special Lecturer | See pages: 18, 38, 49 Hygiene. Special Lecturer | See pages: 15, 33, Special Lecturer | See pages: 2, 28, 36, 36, 41 48, 51 Robert R. Edwab, D.D.S. Martin B. Goldstein, D.M.D. J. Mel Hawkins, D.D.S. Dr. Edwab is a board certified oral and Dr. Goldstein is a fellow of the Dr. Hawkins currently directs the IV maxillofacial surgeon who has been in International Academy of Dento-Facial sedation certification course for the private practice for over 30 years. Esthetics as well as the Academy of Toronto Implant Institute. He has over 30 He is also executive director of the General Dentistry. He practices years of private practice experience in Greater New York Dental Meeting. general dentistry in Wolcott, CT. Toronto, Canada, with special emphasis Featured Clinician | See pages: 17, 22, Special Lecturer | See pages: 19,23, 40 on pain control and patient management. 40, 41 Featured Clinician | See pages: 13, 25, 36, 45 Katherine M. Eitel Renee C. Graham, M.Ed., R.D.H. Van B. Haywood, D.M.D. Ms. Eitel, creator of The Lioness Principle, Ms. Graham is the Southeast clinical Dr. Haywood is a professor in the is an international speaker, author, educator for DENTSPLY Professional Department of Oral Rehabilitation, communications coach specializing and the director of dental programs College of Dental Medicine, Georgia in non-scripted, extraordinary at Valdosta Technical College in Health Sciences University. He served as communications for dental/ Valdosta, GA. director of dental continuing education discretionary healthcare and small NEW Special Lecturer | See pages: 2, 8, 26, from 2005 to 2012. Speaker service-based businesses. 28, 41 Special Lecturer | See pages: 2, 3, 28, Special Lecturer | See pages: 2, 18, 28, 29, 47, 49 38, 43 G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N Gregory J. Folse, D.D.S. Brian J. Gray, D.D.S. Randy F. Huffines, D.D.S. Dr. Folse is a true advocate for vulnerable Dr. Gray is an instructor at the L.D. Pankey Dr. Huffines is the director of Geriatric patient populations around the world. Institute, the Dawson Institute and seven Dentistry at the Quillen Medical Center He maintains a mobile, geriatric dental universities. He maintains a private in Johnson City, TN. He also maintains practice in Lafayette, LA, a comprehensive practice in Washington, D.C. a private practice. school-based dental practice throughout Special Lecturer | See pages: 8 Featured Clinician | See pages: 3, 16, Louisiana, and lectures extensively. 29, 31, 43 Featured Clinician | See pages: 26, 36, 42, 48 65 Pre-Registration Information
  • 68. 2013 SPEAKERS Keith K. Jeffords, M.D., D.D.S. William G. Lako, Jr. Louis J. Malcmacher, D.D.S. Dr. Jeffords is a board-certified plastic Mr. Lako is a principal and managing Dr. Louis Malcmacher maintains a surgeon with areas of expertise including director at Henssler Financial, a financial cosmetic and general practice in Bay weight loss, skin and laser care, consulting and money management firm. Village, OH. He has vast experience in body contouring surgeries and He is an executive in residence at the total facial esthetics, areas of smile design facial surgeries. He maintains a Kennesaw State University Coles College esthetics and facial injectable therapy. private practice in Smyrna, GA. NEW of Business. Special Lecturer | See pages: 7, 21 Speaker Seminar Speaker | See page: 51 Seminar Speaker | See page: 51 Joseph D. Jordan, J.D. Donald P. Lewis, Jr., D.D.S. Imtiaz Manji Mr. Jordan is an attorney and president of Dr. Lewis is a diplomate of the American Mr. Manji is the CEO of Spear Education Jordan Practice Advisors, Inc. His practice Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. in Scottsdale, AZ. He reaches thousands is dedicated to representing new and He has a private practice in Cleveland, OH. of dentists each year with his speaking established dentists in the area of practice Special Lecturer | See pages: 34, 50 engagements, online learning, published transitions and associateship placement. articles and a popular blog. NEW Special Lecturer | See pages: 27, 35, Featured Clinician | See pages: 23, 30, 50 Speaker 37, 48 Laney Kay, J.D. David Little, D.D.S. Thomas R. McDonald, D.M.D. Ms. Kay is president of Entertaining Dr. Little maintains a multidisciplinary Dr. McDonald maintains a private practice Training, LLC. She is a nationally-known dental practice in San Antonio, TX. in Athens, GA. He is a clinical instructor speaker and writer on technical and He is an accomplished national and of oral rehabilitation with the College regulatory topics. international speaker, professor of Dental Medicine at Georgia Health Special Lecturer | See pages: 14, 32, 43 and author. Sciences University. NEW Special Lecturer | See pages: 18, 24, Featured Clinician | See pages: 9, 23, Speaker 34, 40 31, 50 Wayne E. Kerr, D.D.S., M.S. Glenn Lombardi Dale A. Miles, D.D.S., M.S. Dr. Kerr is a fellow in the American and Mr. Lombardi is president and co-founder Dr. Miles is a professor of oral and International Colleges of Dentistry, as of Officite, the leading provider of maxillofacial radiology at the Arizona well as the Pierre Fauchard Academy. websites and local Internet marketing School of Dentistry and Oral Health and He maintains a private practice in for dentists. His topics include local adjunct professor at the University of Stockbridge, GA. search marketing, social networking, Texas Dental School at San Antonio. NEW Seminar Speaker | See pages: 3, 29, 51 NEW reputation management and mobile He also maintains a full-time practice. Speaker Speaker websites. Featured Clinician | See pages: 2, 11, Special Lecturer | See pages: 31, 44 12, 24, 34, 46G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N Paul S. Kudyba, Jr., D.D.S. Samuel B. Low, D.D.S., M.S., M.Ed. Jeffrey P. Okeson, D.M.D. Dr. Kudyba currently maintains a full-time Dr. Low is professor emeritus, University Dr. Okeson is professor and chairman of prosthodontic practice in Sugar Hill, GA. of Florida, College of Dentistry and the Department of Oral Health Science He has also served as a part-time clinical a faculty mentor for the American and director of the University of Kentucky instructor in the Department of Oral Dental Student Association. He has 34 College of Dentistry’s Orofacial Pain Rehabilitation at Georgia Health Sciences years of private practice experience in Center, which he established in 1977. University. periodontics and implant placement. He speaks at many national and Seminar Speaker | See page: 47 Featured Clinician | See pages: 13, 22, international dental meetings. 66 26, 44 Featured Clinician | See pages: 16, 31, 33, 46 The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 69. 2013 SPEAKERS John S. Olmsted, D.D.S., M.S. Gregory L. Psaltis, D.D.S. Ronni A. Schnell, D.M.D. Dr. Olmsted has been active in practice, Dr. Psaltis has been a pediatric dentist for Dr. Schnell is a clinical professor and teaching, lecturing and professional dental 38 years, the last 32 of which have been director of predoctoral removable organizations for the past 35 years. He is in private practice in Olympia, WA. He prosthodontics at Boston University currently an adjunct clinical professor in speaks at many national and international Goldman School of Dental Medicine. Endodontics at UNC and Iowa. dental meetings and has been published She maintains a private practice in Featured Clinician | See pages: 16, in several professional journals. Medford, MA. 17, 22 Featured Clinician | See pages: 15, Special Lecturer | See pages: 9, 16, 22, 49 24, 36 Tricia Osuna, R.D.H, B.S. Sameer Puri, D.D.S. Frances G. Serio, D.M.D., M.S., Ms. Osuna is a founding member of Dr. Puri runs a private practice focusing M.B.A. the American Board of Facial Esthetics. on esthetic and reconstructive dentistry. Dr. Serio is professor, interim vice dean She has over 35 years of experience He serves as the Director of CAD CAM at and associate dean for clinical affairs at as a dental hygienist to share with the Scottsdale Center for Dentistry. the East Carolina University School of her audiences in a humorous and Special Lecturer | See pages: 23, 30, Dental Medicine. He is also a diplomate of enlightening presentation experience. NEW 49 NEW the American Board of Periodontology. Speaker Speaker Special Lecturer | See pages: 18, 35, 50 Seminar Speaker | See page: 51 Scott E. Parker, D.D.S. David L. Rothman, D.D.S. Roy S. Shelburne, D.D.S. Dr. Parker is a consultant for multiple Dr. Rothman is a diplomate of the Dr. Shelburne was convicted of health dental companies on product American Board of Pediatric Dentistry care fraud in 2008. He draws from the development and clinical testing. and fellow of the American Academy experience gained during the investigation He has studied extensively in the of Pediatric Dentistry. He speaks and prosecution and shares what he field of comprehensive aesthetic internationally to dental groups on learned to prevent the same fromNEW and bonded dentistry. the topics of anesthesia, sedation, NEW happening to others.Speaker Speaker Special Lecturer | See pages: 35, 46 pediatric dentistry and dentistry for Special Lecturer | See pages: 19, 27, 35 people with special needs. Special Lecturer | See pages: 18, 38, 44 Laci L. Phillips Jeffrey S. Rouse, D.D.S. Lee H. Silverstein D.D.S., M.S. Ms. Phillips is co-founder, coach and Dr. Rouse is an adjunct assistant professor Dr. Silverstein is an associate clinical speaker for Practice Dynamics. Her dental at the University of Texas Health Science professor of periodontics at the Georgia career has spanned 20 years including Center at San Antonio. He also maintains Health Sciences University in Augusta, chair side dental assisting, practice a full-time private practice. GA. He maintains a private practice in administration, technology transition, Featured Clinician | See pages: 13, 31, Marietta, GA. coaching and speaking. 33, 46 Special Lecturer | See pages: 9, 21, 24 Special Lecturer | See pages: 10, 27, 42 G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N George F. Priest, D.M.D. David M. Sarver, D.M.D., M.S. Barbara J. Steinberg, D.D.S. Dr. Priest maintains a private Dr. Sarver is a fellow in both the Dr. Steinberg is clinical professor of prosthodontic practice in Hilton Head, SC, International and American Colleges surgery at Drexel Univiversity College of devoted to esthetic, advanced restorative of Dentists and is a fellow in the Medicine, as well as adjunct associate and implant dentistry. He lectures American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry. professor of Oral Medicine at the nationally and abroad on topics including He maintains a private practice in University of Pennsylvannia School implant dentistry, advanced restorative Birmingham, AL. of Dental Medicine. dentistry and esthetic excellence. Special Lecturer | See pages: 17, 36, 45 Featured Clinician | See pages: 2, 3, 11, Featured Clinician | See pages: 14, 32, 28, 29, 38, 48 67 35, 44 Pre-Registration Information
  • 70. 2013 SPEAKERS Kerry K. Straine, B.S. Michael Unthank, D.D.S. Dave Weber Mr. Straine is president and CEO of Straine Dr. Michael Unthank is a registered Mr. Weber is president and CEO Consulting. He has been consulting in the professional architect, as well as a of Weber Associates. He is a an dental industry for more than 25 years. dentist. He is also the owner of Unthank international speaker, author Special Lecturer | See pages: 2, 28, Design Group, an architecture and and trainer. 45, 51 design firm providing services exclusive Special Lecturer | See pages: 38, 48, 51 NEW to the dental profession. Speaker Special Lecturer | See pages: 15, 32 John A. Svirsky, D.D.S., M.Ed. Charles W. Wakefield, D.D.S. Alfred D. Wyatt, Jr., D.M.D. Dr. Svirsky is a professor of oral and Dr. Wakefield is a tenured professor Dr. Wyatt is a member of the Academy maxillofacial pathology at Virginia and director of the AEGD residency of Laser Dentistry (ALD) where he has Commonwealth University. He also program at Baylor College of Dentistry served on the board of directors and maintains a private practice in oral in Dallas, TX. attained Advanced Proficiency and medicine and oral pathology. Featured Clinician | See pages: 14, Educator Status. He maintains a Featured Clinician | See pages: 14, 35, 40, 42 private pratice in College Park, GA. 30, 32, 48 Special Lecturer | See pages: 8, 21, 41 101st Hinman Limited Edition Merchandise 101st Meeting t-shirts & Hard Rock Café pins are available for purchase during your registration process. A portion of the sale will fund a scholarship for dental education. The Hard Rock Café pin design will incorporate the 2013 meeting artwork and can be viewed on our website. Pins are $14. To purchase, enter the code “PIN” on your registration form.G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N The gray t-shirts are 100% cotton. The front design will be on the left chest, and feature the Hinman signature and “2013” underneath. The back design is shown to the right. T-shirts are $10. To purchase, indicate the code below, depending on your size, on your registration form. Small - SM Medium - MD Large - LG X-Large - XL 68 Pick up for merchandise will be in the Registration Hall, during open hours. The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 71. CONCURRENT MEETINGS & ALUMNI RECEPTIONSNote: If you are planning to attend one or more Concurrent Meetings or Alumni Receptions, please indicate the event on the enclosed registrationform or as part of the online registration process. This information will be forwarded to the appropriate contact to assist in planning for the event.Final times and locations will be posted at www.hinman.org/SpecialEvents.aspx and printed in the on-site program.Boston University University of Florida – College of DentistryHenry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine Event F415Event F409 Alumni and Friends ReceptionAlumni Reception Friday, March 22, 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.Friday, March 22, 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Location: TBDOmni Hotel at CNN Center, Hazelnut Room Thomas LaFleur | tlafleur@dental.ufl.edu | 352-273-5779Stacey McNamee | smcnamee@bu.edu | 617-638-4778 University of Kentucky – College of DentistryCase Western Reserve University Event F416School of Dental Medicine Alumni ReceptionEvent F410 Friday, March 22, 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.Alumni Reception Atlanta Marriott Downtown, 160 Spring StreetFriday, March 22, 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Sue McConnell | smmcco2@email.uky.edu | 859-323-6676Omni Hotel at CNN Center, Walnut RoomSara Fields | sym2@case.edu | 216-368-3924 University of Louisville – School of Dentistry Event F417Emory Dental Alumni Association Alumni and Friends ReceptionEvent F411 Friday, March 22, 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.Emory Dental Alumni Association Alumni Reception and Reunions Atlanta Marriott Downtown, Olympic Ballroom, 160 Spring StreetFriday, March 22, 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Heather Worland Chen | hew@louisville.edu | 502-852-6906Location: TBDRuthy Cunningham | rrcunni@emory.edu | 404-727-5913 University of Maryland – School of Dentistry Event F418Georgia Health Sciences University Alumni ReceptionCollege of Dental Medicine Friday, March 22, 5:30 p.m.Event F412 Omni Hotel at CNN Center, Juniper RoomAlumni Association Reception nsaposnik@umaryland.edu | 410-706-4298Friday, March 22, 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.Der Biergarten Restaurant, 300 Marietta Street NW University of North Carolina – School of DentistryMary Beth Gable | mgable@georgiahealth.edu | 706-721-3430 Event F419 Alumni ReceptionMeharry Medical College – School of Dentistry Friday, March 22, 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O NEvent S413 Omni Hotel at CNN Center, Maple RoomAlumni Reception Sarah Andrews | sarah_andrews@dentistry.unc.edu | 919-537-3259Saturday, March 23, 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.Omni Hotel at CNN Center, International Ballroom ABC University of Tennessee – College of DentistryCherae Farmer-Dixon | cdixon@mmc.edu | 615-327-6076 Event F420 Alumni and Friends ReceptionUniversity of Alabama – School of Dentistry Friday, March 22, 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.Event F414 Omni Hotel at CNN Center, Magnolia Room“Meet the Dean” Alumni and Student Reception Chandra Tuggle | ctuggle@uthsc.edu | 901-448-5042 69Friday, March 22, 6:00 p.m.Omni Hotel at CNN Center, Pecan FoyerCharlene Phillips | charlene@uab.edu | 205-975-1207 Pre-Registration Information
  • 72. AFFILIATE GROUPS American College of Dentists / International College of Georgia Society of Periodontists Dentists / Pierre Fauchard Academy Event F424 Event S421 Luncheon Meeting Joint breakfast hosted by the International College of Dentists Friday, March 22, Time: TBA Saturday, March 23, 7:00 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Embassy Suites Hotel, 267 Marietta Street Omni Hotel at CNN Center Dr. Ginger Kirkland | gkperio@aol.com | 770-740-0442 Dr. Janine Bethea | jfreihaut@bellsouth.net | 770-993-8536 Pre-Dental Society Christian Dental Association Prayer Breakfast Event S425 Event F422 Saturday, March 23, 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. CDA-sponsored devotion, information, fellowship and breakfast Georgia World Congress Center Friday, March 22, 7:00 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. Dr. Evis Babo | evisbabo@aol.com | 404-605-0359 Omni Hotel at CNN Center Dr. Jeffrey Amstutz | jeff.amstutz@cmda.org | 423-844-1000 Georgia Academy of Dental Practice Event S423 Executive Board and Officers Saturday, March 23, 8:00 a.m. Omni Hotel at CNN Center Dr. Bob Hortman | 706-291-0555 Visit himan.org/SpecialEvents.aspx to take advantage of special offers from Atlanta’s most exciting attractions!G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N 70 The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
  • 73. Register online at www.hinman.org. Please use this form to assist you with the online registration process. The 2013 Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting REGISTRATION FORM FOR ALL REGISTRANTS Only one form is necessary for each office, and it can be photocopied to accommodate additional registrants in your office. Be sure to fill out the front and back of this form. Please use a ballpoint pen. 1 OFFICE CONTACT REGISTRATION CATEGORIES Category On or Before After Category On or Before After Name 2/21 2/21 2/21 2/21 (A) Dentist $170 $225 (E) Dentist Spouse $0 $0 Practice Name (1) Dentist in 1st $85 $115 (F) Assistant $65 $75 year of practice (G) Hygienist $65 $75 Mailing Address (2) Dentist in 2nd $130 $170 (H) Office Staff $65 $75 year of practice (I) Lab Technician $65 $75 City State Zip Code (3) Hinman Dental $0 $0 Society Member (J) Student Assistant $0 $0 (K) Student Hygienist $0 $0 Business Phone ( ) (4) Military Dentist** $170 $170 (L) Student Lab Tech $0 $0 (B) Retired Dentist* $0 $0 (B1) Retired Dentist needing CE** $50 $50 (M) Auxiliary Spouse $0 $0 E-mail (C) Resident $0 $0 (N) Youth (ages 12–20) $0 $0 Check here if you will give exhibitors access to your e-mail address (D) Dental Student $0 $0 (T) Children (ages 0–11) $0 $0 Card Holder’s Billing Address Same as Above *Retired dentists must complete an additional form, see page 60 for detailed instructions. **There will be no fee increase in this category after early registration ends.Pre-Registration Information Other PRACTICE SPECIALTY (for dentists only) City State Zip Code 1. General Practitioner 5. Oral Surgery 9. Prosthodontics 2. Endodontics 6. Orthodontics 10. Public Health 3. Oral Medicine 7. Pediatric Dentistry 11. Radiography 4. Oral Pathology 8. Periodontics 2 METHOD OF PAYMENT Checks: Checks must be made payable to the Thomas P Hinman Dental Meeting. . Check Enclosed Visa MasterCard American Express Credit Card # Exp. Date TOTAL FEES Signature Printed Name Signature indicates approval for charges to your account. Print name as it appears on card. Mail registration forms to The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting, 6840 Meadowridge Court, Alpharetta, GA 30005. Faxed forms will not be accepted. Guests can register on site only. The guest registration fee is $75. No CE is earned in the guest category. continued on next page 71 G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N
  • 74. G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N 72 REGISTRATION FORM, CONTINUED 3 NAME FOR BADGE 4 REGISTRATION 5 COURSES & SPECIAL EVENTS 6 TOTAL FEES A. Last Name First Name Category Fee $ Course # Fee $ Course # Fee $ Practice Specialty (dentists only) ADA # AGD # # Code (1-11) Course # Fee $ Course # Fee $ Please indicate your gender to help us evaluate our marketing initiatives. o Male o Female Course # Fee $ Course # Fee $ Sub Total Fee $ First-Time Attendee o Yes o No Last Hinman Attended Are you planning to attend the keynote session (Course T402) oYes oNo B. Last Name First Name Category Fee $ Course # Fee $ Course # Fee $ Practice Specialty (dentists only) ADA # AGD # # Code (1-11) Course # Fee $ Course # Fee $ Please indicate your gender to help us evaluate our marketing initiatives. o Male o Female Course # Fee $ Course # Fee $ Sub Total Fee $ First-Time Attendee o Yes o No Last Hinman Attended Are you planning to attend the keynote session (Course T402) oYes oNoThe Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting C. Last Name First Name Category Fee $ Course # Fee $ Course # Fee $ Practice Specialty (dentists only) ADA # AGD # # Code (1-11) Course # Fee $ Course # Fee $ Please indicate your gender to help us evaluate our marketing initiatives. o Male o Female Course # Fee $ Course # Fee $ Sub Total Fee $ First-Time Attendee o Yes o No Last Hinman Attended Are you planning to attend the keynote session (Course T402) oYes oNo 7 Total Fees (Including all registration courses and special event fees) $ Register by 2/21/2013 and save $101 off one of the complete recordings packages from Playback Hinman. See ad on page 3 for more information. Add $ New Total $
  • 75. 101stThe Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting33 Lenox PointeAtlanta, Georgia 30324 -3172 March 21-23, 2013 2013 Pre-Registration Information T HE NEXT 100: T HE TRADITION CONTINUES 101st Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting March PRE-REGISTRATION INFORMATION 21-23, 2013 Georgia World Congress Center & Omni Hotel at CNN Center Sponsored by the Hinman Dental Society of Atlanta Dr. Bradley K. Greenway, General Chairman | Dr. James A. Roos, President