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  1. 1. REGI ST R ATIO N BRO C H URE O F F I C I A L M E E T I N G OF THE Florida Dental Association DENTISTRY FOR THE MIND, BODY & SOUL FL D O, LAN R, OR E NTE IO N C V ENT CON ESO RT & LM S R R D PA 2 G AY LO 14 , 2 0 0 8 JUNE 12, 13,
  2. 2. The Wallflowers at FNDC2008 FNDC2008 is proud to present The Wallflowers in concert on Friday evening, June 13. This Grammy award winning group is best known as part of the mid- 90’s revival of roots-rock and for it’s “son of a legend” front man, Jakob Dylan. Although a true lyricist like his father; his band, the Wallflowers, is more musical- ly influenced by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, who they opened for on tour. When: Friday, June 13; 8:30 pm Known for the multi-platinum release, Bringing Down the House with singles Where: Gaylord Palms Resort “6th Avenue Heartache”, “One Headlight” and “The Difference” the group won and Convention Center Grammys for Best Rock Song and Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group in 1998. They followed with the release “Red Letter Days” in 2002 and most Tickets: $25 in advance; recently with “Rebel, Sweetheart” in 2005. $30 at the door
  3. 3. Welcome Letter from fNDC2008 Program Chair Letter from the geNeraL ChairPerSoN It is with great pleasure that I invite you to As General Chairman of the Committee join us at the 2008 Florida National Dental on FNDC, I am excited to tell you about Convention, the official meeting of the Florida FNDC2008. The committee has endeavored Dental Association. With the theme, Dentistry for more than three years to bring you this for the Mind, Body and Soul, this year’s exciting array of educational opportunities on meeting has continues its new direction in the cutting edge of dentistry. Each year we both format and continuing education. diligently search for the best and brightest In speaking with colleagues all across the U.S. regarding speakers, educators, and entertainers in order to stimulate your continuing education meetings, a constant theme continued to thirst for dental knowledge. emerge. Both dentists and staff preferred taking time out of the This year’s program chairperson, Dr. Beatriz Terry, has office for relaxation and personal growth rather than registering developed a unique program that will fulfill every aspect of not for another dental lecture. For that reason, we decided to only dentistry, but also personal enrichment and growth. Her slate offer courses for personal growth and enrichment along with our of lecture programs is not only second to none, but also offers over usual superior course offerings in clinical education. 30 hands on workshops to give you the necessary skills that can This year’s meeting offers numerous presentations geared be taken back and used immediately in your office. You and your towards the body and soul. These include courses on nutrition, staff will find multiple opportunities to enhance all aspects of your general health issues, oral health issues, and personal well-being. practice. In addition, we have added numerous workshops. Dentists are This year’s Friday night concert will be our best ever! Our seeking more hands-on training and I think you will find several headline group this year is the Wallflowers with lead singer, Jakob courses that will pique your interest. New this year, is a panel Dylan. They performed at the Sports Illustrated and Yahoo! annual discussion on how to participate a dental missions trip. This meetings and received rave reviews. You can hear some of their format will allow anyone interested in missions work to learn the music at www.floridadental.org/pro/fndc. Get your tickets--this is basics. going to be a great evening of fun. As always, the FNDC committee continues to work hard to We have an enormous group of exhibitors and vendors who provide you with dynamic and innovative educational opportunities. come to our meeting to show you all the latest in technology and Please join us in Orlando in June. materials for your practice. It is a one stop shopping experience for all that dentistry has to offer. Plan on visiting the exhibition hall while at FNDC2008 and I know you won’t be disappointed. Beatriz e. terry, DDS, mS Please join me at the beautiful Gaylord Palms Hotel and fNDC 2008Program ChairmaN Convention Center in Orlando this June and enjoy the great meeting and all the excitement the FNDC2008 has to offer! NeiL torgerSoN, DmD geNeraL Chair Committee oN the fLoriDa NatioNaL DeNtaL CoNveNtioN www.floridadental.org/FNDC 3
  4. 4. golf treat yourself to an unforgettable morning of golf and camaraderie at the classic hawks Landing golf Club at the marriott World Center resort. This PGA Championship course is considered challenging for all levels of play. The tournament is an 18-hole four-man scramble, flighted by handicap. Entries are open to all FDA members, families, staff and exhibitors. The per-person entry fee includes golf cart, range balls and continental breakfast. Transportation is provided for all golfers (and their clubs) and will depart Gaylord Palms at hawks Landing golf Club at the 7:00 a.m. on Saturday. Hawks Landing at the marriott World Center resort Marriott World Center Resort is a short Bus Leaves at 7:00 a.m. on Saturday 5 minute drive from Gaylord Palms. C a N yo N r a N Ch S Pa During your stay at the fabulous Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center at the 2008 Florida National Dental Convention, you are encouraged to visit the prestigious Canyon Ranch SpaClub at Gaylord Palms. The spa, salon, and wellness and fitness center offer the most extensive menu of world-class treatments and services in Orlando. Escape from the FDA’s annual meeting to this true haven of health and tranquility. Canyon Ranch SpaClub is distinguished from other spas by its signature emphasis on the Mind, Body and Spirit, and its commitment to a unique brand of personalized service. Among the most respected companies in the industry, the internationally famous Canyon Ranch is considered the “gold standard” of destination spas, known for its unique approach to healthy living education and awareness. Therapists and other gaylord Palms™ orlando resort Canyon Ranch staff professionals undergo a training program hotels & Convention Center unsurpassed by other spa companies. FNDC attendees and guests 6000 W. Osceola Parkway now are afforded the opportunity to experience the best. Orlando, Florida 34746 For hotel information and reservations contact the hotel Phone: 407.586.0000 directly or click on the link for hotel reservation on the Florida Fax: 407.586.1999 Dental Association web site at www.floridadental.org. 4 fNDC2008
  5. 5. SPeaKer BioS fNDC2008 Speakers fred abeles Dennis Brave, DDS mary Costello, CDa DDS Dental degree, Emory Dental degree, Baltimore BS in Health Administration, University Dental School; College of Dental Surgery, Governors State University; clinical instructor, regional University of Maryland; Manager of Continuing director, LVI; private practice. certificate in endodontics, Education and Professional Page 8 University of Pennsylvania; Relations- Hygienic Products co-founder, Real World Endo; for Coltene/Whaledent, Inc. private practice. Page 12, 16 Page 14, 16 Judy Bendit rDh Steve Butler michael Cox, CfP Dental hygiene certificate, Certified Sommelier, Financial planning program University of Pennsylvania; International Court of Master certification, University of BS in education, New York Sommeliers; Certified Specialist South Florida; Associate Vice University; guest lecturer of Wine, International Society President, Financial Advisor, and advisory board member, of Wine, Educators; wine Certified Financial Planner, Harcum College. instructor, writer and specialist, Morgan Stanley Page 9, 12 Tim’s Wine Market, Orlando. Page 8, 11, 14 Page 9, 12 marvin h. Berman, DDS Darrell W. Cain, CPa Sam Dorn, Dental degree, University of BBA and MPA, Baylor DDS, faCD, fiCD Illinois College of Dentistry; co- University; President of Cain, Dental degree, Fairleigh author, Essentials of Modern Watters & Associates. Dickinson University School Dental Practice; private Page 10 of Dentistry; residency practice. in endodontics, Nassau Page 10 County Medical Center; diplomat, American Board of Endodontics. Page 11, 17 William Blatchford, DDS David Carroll angela fischetti Photo not Dental degree, Loyola available Dental benefits consultant; Yoga instructor, older adult Dental School; writer, Dental bachelors degree, University of fitness instuctor, Miami-Beach; Economics. Florida. Certification, older adult fitness Page 14 Page 15 and hatha yoga. Page 10, 12, 17 gabor Bodnar, DDS Cathi Christie, James f. fondriest, DDS Dental degree, Fairleigh PhD, rD, LD/N, faDa BS, University of Michigan; Dickinson University; vice chair, Doctorate in nutrition and doctorate of Dental Science, Florida Dental Association food science, Florida State University of Illinois. Council on Dental Care and University; Director of Page 11 Health; chair, task group Nutrition Programs, University on dental benefits, private of North Florida; past president practice. of Florida Dietetic Association; Page 15 author. Page 8 Nate Booth, DDS, mS James r. Clark David gates, DDS Dental degree, masters degree Staff, University of Washington Dental degree, Marquette in counseling, University Dental Photography University Dental School; of Nebraska; professional department; lectures nationally private practice. speaker, author. and internationally; author. Page 8, 12, 17 Page 10 Page 8, 9 www.floridadental.org/FNDC 5
  6. 6. SPeaKer BioS henry a. gremillion, Bob macdonald edwin t. Parks, DDS, mS DDS, magD Bachelor’s degree, University Dental degree, University of Dental degree, Louisiana State of Tennessee; masters degree Kentucky; professor, Indiana University; associate professor in health administration, University School of Dentistry. of orthodontics, director, University of Cincinnati; Page 13 Parker E. Mahan Facial Pain Director of Dental Care Center, University of Florida and Health, board member, College of Dentistry. Consumer Directed Benefits Page 8 Association. Page 15 Kenneth m. hargreaves, Joseph J. massad, DDS Joseph C. Piscatella DDS, PhD Director of Removable President, Institute for Fitness Dental degree, Georgetown Prosthodontics, Scottsdale and Health; author, host of University; PhD, Uniformed Center for Dentistry; private three PBS television specials; Services University; specialty practice. frequent guest, The Today training in endodontics, Page 11 Show, Good Morning America University of Minnesota. CNN. Page 8 Page 15 Kenji W. higuchi, DDS, mS r. Bruce mcDonald, DDS Joseph f. Putz, Lhrm Dental degree, Marquette Dental degree, University of Risk Management Consultant, University; diplomat, American Texas San Antonio; private First Professionals Insurance Board of Oral and Maxillofacial practice Susan Mitchell, PhD, Company. Surgery; residency in oral RD, FADA Doctorate, University Page 11 and maxillofacial surgery, of Tennessee; radio personality, University of Iowa. author. Page 8 Page 13 todd Keith, hien Ngo, robert e. rada, DDS, mBa rN, emt-P, CeN DBD, mDS, PhD, faDi Dental degree, University Nursing degree, Regents Dental degree, University of Illinois; general practice College; paramedic of Adelaide; MDS in fixed residency, Loyola University; certification, Columbus City Prosthodontics. private practice. College; registered nurse, Page 11, 15 Page 15 Munroe Regional Medical Center. Page 10, 18 Christopher ramsey, Kenneth Koch, DmD Lillian obucina, DDS, JD DmD Dental degree, certificate in Dental degree, Northwestern Dental degree, Temple endodontics, University of University; certificate in University School of Dentistry; Pennsylvania School of Dental prosthodontics, juris doctor, editorial review board, AACD Medicine; co-founder, Real John Marshall Law School. Journal; private practice. World Endo; private practice. Page 11 Page 15 Page 14, 16 Pat Little, DDS, fagD alan ovson, Ceo robert ritter, DmD Dental technology speaker. Business consultant, facilitator, Dental degree, Medical Page 10 coach and trainer; expert in the University of South Carolina, field of communication. College of Dental Medicine; Page 11 editorial board, PPAD; private practice. Page 15 Sam Low, DDS gregory oxford, ronald L. Schefdore, DmD Dental degree, University DDS, mS, PhD Dental degree, Southern Illinois of Texas; associate dean, Dental degree, Emory University; private practice. University of Florida College University; PhD in molecular Page 8 of Dentistry; associate biology, University of Florida; faculty, Pankey Institute; past private practice president, FDA. Page 11 Page 13, 18 6 fNDC2008
  7. 7. SPeaKer BioS tamara Schobel, BLS Barbara Steinberg, DDS gail f. Williamson, rDh Director AHA Program Dental degree, University of Dental hygiene degree, Indiana Instuctor; owner, TLC Maryland School of Dentistry; University School of Dentistry; Enterprises. residency, Medical College of bachelor and master degree in Page 13, 18 Pennsylvania; clinical professor education, Indiana University; of surgery, Drexel University professor of Dental Diagnostic College of Medicine; diplomat, Sciences, Indiana University American Board of Oral School of Dentistry. Medicine. Page 12 Page 13 David Schwab, PhD Debra g. Stewart, DDS Brian young Internationally known seminar Dental degree, University of Dental degree, University of speaker, author and practice Texas; diplomat, International North Carolina at Chapel Hill; management consultant. and American College of masters degree, University of Page 16 Dentists, Pierre Fauchard Florida; private practice. Academy. Page 14 Page 14, 18 vJ Singal Jon Suzuki MBA from Northwestern Dental degree, Loyola University Kellogg School of University of Chicago, School Management; president, The of Dentistry; MBA, University Articulate Professional. of Pittsburgh; doctorate, Page 9 microbiology, Illinois Institute of Technology. Page 9, 14 Pamela m. Smith, rD, LDN Bethany valachi, mS, Pt Registered dietitian, Florida Physical therapy, Masters State Univeristy; radio host and degree, Pacific University; best selling author. president, Posturedontics®, Page 12, 16 author. Page 10 SAVE $350 ON FNDC REGISTRATION —JOIN THE FDA TODAY! Attending this world class conference Yes, I want to take advantage of special conference savings for members at reduced rates is one of the many only. Please send FDA membership material to: benefits reserved for members only. Dentists who apply for membership Name: during FNDC and return their completed membership application address: within 60 days after FNDC receive City/state/Zip: substantial savings on conference registration. Upon approval of active telephoNe: FDA membership, $350 of the non- member registration fee is applied to Fax: your membership dues. e-mail: type oF praCtiCe: faX BaCK to Save!  General  Prosthodontics fax this page to the   Oral Surgery Endodontics   Oral Pathology Oral & Maxillofacial Radiology florida Dental  Orthodontics  Public Health association 850.561.0504   Periodontics Pediatric   Dental School Faculty Other www.floridadental.org/FNDC 7
  8. 8. CoUrSeS & WorKShoPS | thUr SDay Courses & Workshops J a m e S r . CL a r K AUDIENCE: D thUrSDay LeCtUreS Digital imaging in Dentistry C10 This evidence-based course is designed to provide 9:00 AM-12:00 PM effective and practical strategies for managing acute RADIOLOGY / CE CREDITS 3.5 dental pain emergencies. The latest information on fr eD a B eLe S , DDS NSAIDS, acetaminophen-containing analgesics and local AUDIENCE: D A H LT Creating a true Cosmetic Practice C09 anesthetics will be provided with the objective of having Dental photography is an extremely valuable tool for 9:00 AM-12:00 PM immediate application to your next emergency. practicing dentists and dental educators. The adage RESTORATIVE / CE CREDITS 3 “a picture is worth a thousand words” is never truer AUDIENCE: D A H treating endodontic infections C13 then when discussing a patient’s dental concerns. Discover the key to creating a true cosmetic practice 12:30 PM-3:30 PM Digital imaging adds a new and exciting dimension from a master cosmetic dentist. Learn how to look ENDODONTICS / CE CREDITS 3 to communicating with patients, referring dentists different, think different and act different in creating AUDIENCE: D and specialists. You will learn the various aspects of your cosmetic practice. Learn the art of smile design, This evidence-based course is designed to provide photography and imaging and how it relates to dentistry. porcelain veneers from A to Z, achieving predictability effective and practical strategies for managing The latest equipment, both hardware and software will in aesthetic restorations, marketing, conquering dental dentoalveolar infections. In addition, potential adverse be discussed. Intra and extra oral photography and the insurance, a radical new approach to setting fees and effects and their management will be reviewed. photography of other dental related subjects will be much more. covered. (This course is a pre-requisite for W09.) KeNJi W. hi g U Chi , DDS , m S a Brand New Day: Creating the Life and Practice Surgical Procedures optimizing implant you’ve Dreamed of C17 1:30 PM-4:30 PM Dav iD g ate S , DDS rehabilitation Dentistry: from routine to Complex invisalign - an introduction to the technique and C06 PRACTICE MANAGEMENT / CE CREDITS 3 technology iC00 8:30 AM-11:30 AM AUDIENCE: D A H BA LT G 1:00 PM-3:00 PM IMPLANTS / CE CREDITS 3 Learn a provocative new approach to strategically ORTHODONTICS / CE CREDITS 2 AUDIENCE: D designing your practice that absolutely ensures your AUDIENCE: D H This course reviews contemporary surgical procedures happiness and success. Dr. Abeles will show you that Invisalign is an aesthetic, orthodontic technique that used in interdisciplinary implant rehabilitation which positive change can begin anywhere, anytime, in anyone corrects malocclusion using a series of custom made, are important for optimal restorative and prosthetic who desires the ability to shape their own future. Get nearly invisible, removable aligners. results. Topics to be covered include solutions for the ready to break free with new principles for success with You will learn to understand and identify different extremely resorbed edentulous jaw; immediate loading money, marketing and life! Invisalign case types, including those that present the considerations, team management of the patient with highest degree of predictability, as well as the benefits hypodontia, implant applications in orthodontics and C athi Chr iS tie , PhD, r D, LD/N , fa Da craniofacial defect reconstruction. This course is and impact this technique has in regenerating your SUS a N m itCheLL , Ph D, r D, fa Da existing patient base while attracting new patients to repeated as C15. the good, the Bad and the Ugly of Current Diets C05 your practice. 8:30 AM-11:30 AM This lecture is fully sponsored by Invisalign. Surgical Procedures optimizing implant NUTRITION / CE CREDITS 3 rehabilitation Dentistry: from routine to Complex AUDIENCE: D A H BA LT (repeat) C15 h eN ry a . g r e m iLLi o N , DDS , m ag D Participants will learn about current popular diets, 1:00 PM-4:00 PM tmD/orofacial Pain Diagnosis and management C08 how to evaluate current diets including what the positive IMPLANTS / CE CREDITS 3 8:30 AM-11:30 AM and negative aspects are, and how to construct a AUDIENCE: D OCCLUSION/TMJ / CE CREDITS 3 personalized diet plan for themselves taking the positive THIS IS A REPEAT OF THE AM COURSE. AUDIENCE: D aspects. The presenters will also link the effects of these Temporomandibular disorders (TMD) and orofacial current diets to short and long term effects on health r i Ch a r D S a LKo, Dm D pain encompass a multitude of conditions which and health outcomes. Sports Dentistry and your Practice C07 involve the temporomandibular joints, muscles of the masticatory and cervical regions, vascular and neural 8:30 AM-11:30 AM functional foods and Why you Need them C12 SPECIAL INTEREST / CE CREDITS 3 structures. It is now recognized that multiple factors 12:30 PM-3:30 PM AUDIENCE: D A H are involved with the initiation and/or perpetuation of NUTRITION / CE CREDITS 3 With the increase in recreational and organized TMD and other orofacial pain subgroups. This course will AUDIENCE: D A H BA LT sports there has been a noted rise in sports related emphasize individualization of care for this challenging, Participants will learn about the relationship of specific dental injuries. Your dental office can play a role in the yet common group of disorders. foods to positive health outcomes and how to modify prevention and management of oral and maxillofacial diets to include needed foods depending on personalized sport injuries. This course will cover types of dental Diagnostic Dilemmas in general Dentistry C14 health risks. injuries related to athletics, prevention of injuries and 12:30 PM-3:30 PM OCCLUSION/TMJ / CE CREDITS 3 types of sports guards. (A separate hands on workshop m i Ch a eL CoX , CfP AUDIENCE: D (W07) is offered in the afternoon that outlines the asset allocation making your assets Work for you Differential diagnosis of orofacial pain is an extremely fabrication of mouth guards.) NC02 challenging aspect of dental practice. Appropriate 10:00 AM-12:00 PM treatment and/or referral are dependent upon accurate ro N a LD L . S ChefD o r e , Dm D FINANCIAL PLANNING / NON-CE CREDITS 2 identification of these diseases, syndromes, or clinical New Protocol: in office Blood Screening--more than AUDIENCE: D A H BA LT G conditions. This presentation will provide a review of Just teeth and gums C02 You’ve worked hard for you assets. Let them do the current basic concepts of pain mechanisms, pathways, 8:00 AM-12:00 PM same for you. Every investor differs in his or her goals, and referral patterns in the head and neck. A protocol PERIODONTICS / CE CREDITS 4 tolerance for rise and time horizon but we can all benefit for systematic evaluation of the masticator and cervical AUDIENCE: D A H LT from a disciplined approach to asset allocation. This regions including vascular and neural structure will be What comes first the sick patient or the sick gums? foundational principle of investing can have a profound presented. Periodontal disease affects 70% of adults over 30 years effect upon your financial future. Will your asset old. It can elevate three major heart markers: blood allocation support your long-term goals? Does it allow you KeN N e th m . h a rg r e av e S , DDS , Ph D sugar, cholesterol, and hsC-reactive protein. Elevated to take advantage of tactical opportunities? Are you truly heart markers can increase the risk of a heart attack and Successful management of Pain C01 diversified? To learn how attend our informative seminar. stroke as much as nine times! Performing simple blood 8:00 AM-11:00 AM This lecture is fully sponsored by Morgan Stanley. screening in the dental office on periodontal patients ENDODONTICS / CE CREDITS 3 8 fNDC2008
  9. 9. CoUrSeS & WorKShoPS | thUr SDay can detect high risk patients. The dental office is in the perfect position to dramatically improve the three major health issues of our time—heart attack, stroke, and fNDC2008 Needs diabetes. Learn how to easily screen for undiagnosed and uncontrolled diabetes, pre-diabetes, as well as other inflammatory conditions. This course is repeated as C16. viP hospitality hosts New Protocol: in office Blood Screening--more than Just teeth and gums (repeat) C16 1:00 PM-5:00 PM PERIODONTICS / CE CREDITS 4 AUDIENCE: D A H LT THIS IS A REPEAT OF THE AM COURSE. vJ SiN g a L are yoU iNtereSteD iN SPeNDiNg Power of the Spoken Word, Part a C11 time With aN eXPert iN yoUr fieLD 9:00 AM-12:00 PM COMMUNICATION / CE CREDITS 3 aND reCeiviNg free Ce CreDitS? AUDIENCE: D A H BA LT G This AM course comprises numerous stories involving well-known Americans communicating something of great importance. In some instances, the choice of words Who: fDa member dentists is imaginative and sharply bolsters the speaker’s impact. WheN/Where: fNDC2008, June 12-14 In other cases, the triteness of words (or gestures) clearly diminishes the communicator’s personality, message gaylord Palms resort and ideas. The anecdotes will sharply raise one’s consciousness about how words (and/or gestures) can orlando, fL easily strengthen or trivialize a message. Attendees may hoW: host an fNDC speaker take one or both courses. Attendance is limited to 50. Power of the Spoken Word, Part B C18 1:30 PM-4:30 PM FDA members have the opportunity to host the speaker of COMMUNICATION / CE CREDITS 3 their choice at the 2008 Florida National Dental Convention. AUDIENCE: D A H BA LT G This afternoon course will help invigorate participants’ Get to know an expert in your field and learn from them in communication skills by examining, in greater detail, the concepts and techniques that flow from the anecdote a personal setting not available anywhere else. Be an FNDC and giving everyone an opportunity to practice some of host and you will receive free tuition to their lecture, free those verbal and nonverbal skills. Attendees may take one or both courses. Attendance is limited to 50. breakfast and lunch with your speaker in the FNDC’s private speaker hospitality lounge while performing an invaluable J o N SUzU Ki oral Bisphosphonate therapy and its impact on oral service for the FDA! Call now 800.877.9922 ext. 106 and sign health C03 8:30 AM-11:30 AM up to host your favorite speaker today. ORAL PATHOLOGY / CE CREDITS 3 AUDIENCE: D A H The participant will be able to describe bone metabolism and the effects of bisphosphonates, discuss potential clinical management of extractions in a patient 5 Keys to Working at ease W08 Classic Wines from around the World NC05 taking oral bisphosphonates, discuss potential clinical 1:00 PM-4:00 PM 4:30 PM-6:00 PM management of periodontal surgeries in a patient taking HYGIENE / CE CREDITS 3 ENRICHMENT / NON-CE CREDITS 1.5 oral bisphosphonates, and discuss potential clinical AUDIENCE: H AUDIENCE: D A H BA LT G management of dental implant placement in a patient This course focuses on the interrelationship between What makes Bordeaux so special? What is so unique taking oral bisphosphonates. cumulative trauma disorders and instrumentation about the soil of Champagne region? In this event Mr. This lecture is fully sponsored by Proctor and Gamble. techniques. A variety of hands-on activities utilizing a Butler and participants examine andtaste white and red wide array of dental instruments with typodonts will give wines from classic wine regions around the world, look participants the opportunity to discover new approaches at the history of these wines and discuss why they are to providing routine dental hygiene procedures to help considered “classic”. Mr. Butler also reviews Old World thUrSDay WorKShoPS aND reach peak performance with minimal stress. Attendance favorites from Europe as well as classics from the New PartiCiPatioN CoUrSeS is limited to 30. World. Attendance is limited to 40. This course is also Equipment sponsored by Hu-Friedy. being offered on Friday, June 13 (NC14) J U Dy B eN Dit, r Dh S te v e B U tLer J a m e S r . CL a r K Keep your edge: New Devices for the old Dilemma introduction to the Study of Wine NC04 Dental imaging in Dentistry Workshop W09 W03 2:30 PM-4:00 PM 1:30 PM-4:30 PM 8:30 AM-11:30 AM ENRICHMENT / NON-CE CREDITS 1.5 RADIOLOGY / CE CREDITS 3.5 HYGIENE / CE CREDITS 3 AUDIENCE: D A H BA LT G AUDIENCE: D A H LT AUDIENCE: H Do you know the difference between Pinot Noir and This workshop will allow the participant to practice the Experience the relief of finding an easy and effective Pinot Blanc? Ever wonder why wine drinkers swirl their techniques taught in the morning lecture. After taking method of sharpening instruments that works for you! wine? This class will explain and demystify the miracle of both extra- and intra- oral photos we will download Join us for a relaxed, informal, interactive workshop modern winemaking. Through the tasting discussion of and process some images into a clinical photo collage. that highlights some of the latest and greatest guides, eight different types of wine, participants are taught how By using a laptop computer and a digital projector aids, and automated sharpeners that can help you grapes become wine, discuss food and wine pairing and participants will see how easy it is to incorporate digital achieve sharp cutting edges on your scalers and curets. learn how to form your own, confident opinions about dental photography into their practice. Participants Attendance is limited to 30. what you are drinking. Attendance is limited to 40. This should bring mirrors and retractors. If you have a Equipment sponsored by Hu-Friedy. course is also being offered on Friday, June 13 (NC13). professional digital clinical camera (Fuji, Canon, or Nikon DSLR) that you would like to practice with, please bring it. www.floridadental.org/FNDC 9
  10. 10. CoUrSeS & WorKShoPS | thUr SDay Make sure that it is in good working condition (batteries, with your accountant easier. This course explores etc.) If you have any questions about your camera’s some of the basic functions of quickBooks including friDay LeCtUreS dental capabilities, give Jim a call at (206)935-6167 or check writing, report generation and payroll functions. email at clarkj@u.washington.edu (C10 is a prerequisite Computer security will also be discussed so that you can for this workshop. You must register and attend C10 in keep your financial records safe. m a rv iN h . B er m a N , DDS order to take this course.) Attendance is limited to 30. are We there yet? Children and your Practice C19 QuickBooks (repeat) W05 8:00 AM-11:00 AM PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY / CE CREDITS 3 a N g eL a fiS Che t ti 12:30 PM-3:30 PM TECHNOLOGY / NON-CE CREDITS 3 AUDIENCE: D H A BA G yoga for the Dental office NC06 AUDIENCE: D A H BA G Building and sustaining a successful practice is no 6:00 PM-7:15 PM This is a repeat of the AM course. easy matter. Dentists and team members with the most ENRICHMENT / NON-CE CREDITS 1.25 versatile skills have the best chance of thriving. This is AUDIENCE: D A H BA LT G especially true when dealing with children. Parents often This hatha yoga class welcomes those with all levels r i Ch a r D S a LKo, Dm D arrive at dental offices in states of anxiety with children of experience. This class is designed to prevent postural mouthguard fabrication Workshop W07 who are out of control. In this course, participants view deviations that occur due to the dental profession 1:00 PM-4:00 PM live-action videotapes featuring ill-behaved children and including neck, shoulder, rotator cuff, lower back, SPECIAL INTEREST / CE CREDITS 3 highlighting tricks and techniques for turning the most wrist and hip issues. Emphasis is placed on flexibility, AUDIENCE: D A H LT recalcitrant child into a corporative one. Attendees learn strength, endurance and balance. Class also includes a In this hands on session participants will review how to set positive behavior parameters for children short meditation and breathing techniques for stress proper techniques involved in mouth guard fabrication. while satisfying the needs of apprehensive parents. This reduction. No shoes or socks are worn during class. Each attendee should bring to this course a single, pre- is a must see, entertaining educational experience for Attendees should wear comfortable, loose-fitting trimmed fully extended maxillary cast in dental stone. everyone. clothing and bring a large towel to class. Attendance is Base thickness should be minimal (<10 mm). C07 is the limited to 50. prerequisite for this workshop. You must register for and the extraordinary Dentist— attend C07 to attend this workshop. Why your Patients Love you C27 g ayLo r D Pa L m S Le a Der Sh iP & 12:30 PM-3:30 AM tr a iNiN g te a m B e th a Ny va L aCh i , m S , P t PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY/ CE CREDITS 3 Not the Same old Drill-Customer Service training Neck, Back and Beyond, Part a W01 AUDIENCE: D H A BA G NC01 8:00 AM-11:00 AM Our world today is fraught with uncertainty. People are 8:30 AM-11:30 AM PERSONAL HEALTH / CE CREDITS 3 less trusting, so it requires more effort to win a patient’s PRACTICE MANAGEMENT / NON-CE CREDITS 3 AUDIENCE: D A H BA confidence and respect. Drilling and filling skills do not AUDIENCE: D A H BA LT G Nearly three out of four dental team members necessarily make a successful dentist. The chair-side and Join the Gaylord Palms Leadership and Training team experience chronic work-related pain that can affect desk-side manners displayed by the dentist and the staff for a fresh look at how you can interact with patients and quality of life, productivity, and career longevity. In fact, can make or break a doctor-patient relationship. It’s what staff to build your dental practice. You will discover how about one-third of dentists who take early retirement you say and how you say it and it’s what you do and how to drive passion for service Gaylord style, with sneak are forced to do so because of disability. This ground- you do it that create an atmosphere of credibility. The peeks behind the scenes at Gaylord Palms. The Gaylord breaking seminar for the entire team fills a void in dental world of computerization has further distanced us from Palms’ staff have designed this course specifically for education - bridging the gap between dental ergonomics our child and adult patients to the extent that the healing dental offices using the concepts that they use when and work-related pain. Discover how dentistry and touch is almost non-existent in many practices. Utilizing dealing with their hotel guests. Know your patients, care equipment selection are impacting your physical health, his live action videos and movie clips, Dr. Berman will for your patients, and value your patients are the themes and how to implement effective prevention strategies explore a wide range of office situations, clinical and of this interaction session delivered in a Gaylord Palms based on clinical experience and research in the areas personal, which will ring all too familiar. Extensive Training Room. All participants will meet in the Emerald of dental ergonomics, biomechanics, kinesiology emphasis will be placed on the administration of local Bay Plaza 15 minutes before the course start time to be and physiology. Team members will walk away with anesthesia...the defining moment between dentist and escorted to the Gaylord “stars only” area. You won’t want knowledge they can apply immediately in the operatory patient. A most entertaining educational experience to miss it! Know, care for, and value patients - Gaylord to reduce work related pain, prevent injury and increase that will add a new dimension to your professional and style! Attendance is limited to 24. This course is offered career longevity. This course is continued in the personal lives and prompt your patients to say “thank again at various times. afternoon. You may take either or both of these courses. you.” Not the Same old Drill- Neck, Back and Beyond, Part B W04 N ate B o oth , DDS , m S Customer Service training NC03 12:30 PM-3:30 PM tiger traits: 9 Success Secrets all Dental 1:30 PM-4:30 PM PERSONAL HEALTH / CE CREDITS 3 Professionals Can Learn from tiger Woods NC15 PRACTICE MANAGEMENT / NON-CE CREDITS 3 AUDIENCE: D A H BA 1:00 PM-4:00 PM AUDIENCE: D A H BA LT G Nearly 3 out of 4 dental team members experience COMMUNICATION / NON-CE CREDITS 3 This course is a repeat of the AM course. chronic work-related pain that can affect quality of life, AUDIENCE: D A H BA LT productivity, and career longevity. In fact, about one- Tiger Woods’ success on the golf course and in life to DD Keith , r N , e mt- P, CeN third of dentists who take early retirement are forced is not an accident. He possesses nine character traits advanced Cardiac Life Support, aC1-2 to do so because of disability. This ground-breaking that all dental professionals can learn. Golfers and 8:00 AM-12NOON; 1:30 PM-5:00 PM (REqUIRED FRIDAY seminar for the entire team fills a void in dental education non-golfers will enjoy and benefit from the information ATTENDANCE ALSO) - bridging the gap between dental ergonomics and work- shared in this course. CERTIFICATION / CE CREDITS 7.5 related pain. Discover how dentistry and equipment AUDIENCE: D A H BA LT G selection are impacting your physical health, and how how to make it easy for People to accept Attendees learn to manage the first ten minutes of an to implement effective prevention strategies based on Comprehensive Dentistry C24 arrest from ventricular fibrillation, apply the four arrest clinical experience and research in the areas of dental 8:30 AM-11:30 AM algorithms (VF/VT, PEA, asystole and respiratory arrest) ergonomics, biomechanics, kinesiology and physiology. PRACTICE MANAGEMENT / CE CREDITS 3 and recognize and manage pre-arrest conditions that Team members will walk away with knowledge they AUDIENCE: D A H BA LT may lead to cardiac arrest if left untreated. Attendance can apply immediately in the operatory to reduce work In this inspiring and entertaining course you will learn at all four sessions is required for certification. The other related pain, prevent injury and increase career longevity. the seven stages patients go through to make important two sessions are scheduled for Friday at the same time. You may take either or both of these courses. decisions. The entire dental team can be there for Attendance is limited to 50. patients every step of the way making it easy for them to accept comprehensive care. Pat Lit tLe , DDS , fag D QuickBooks W02 Da r r eLL W. C a iN , CPa 8:00 AM-11:00 AM Successful Dental Partnerships: a Step by Step TECHNOLOGY / NON-CE CREDITS 3 Process from associate to Partner NC09 AUDIENCE: D A H BA G 8:30 AM-11:30 AM quickBooks 2007 is a basic, but yet powerful program FINANCIAL / NON-CE CREDITS 3 that can simplify your finances and make communicating AUDIENCE: D 10 fNDC2008
  11. 11. CoUrSeS & WorKShoPS | friDay Your practice is most likely your most valuable asset. Smile makeovers: Planning your anterior esthetic LiLLi a N o B U CiN a , DDS , JD Learn how to have that asset drastically increase your makeovers C28 ethical Principles and Code of Professional Conduct ability to attain financial freedom. In this course, learners 12:30 PM-3:30 PM C26 will identify the components and phases of a successful ESTHETICS / CE CREDITS 3 8:30 AM-11:30 AM practice transition as well as show you a proven plan AUDIENCE: D A H LT SPECIAL INTEREST / CE CREDITS 3 of successful implementation. There are extreme tax Understand the best practices for creating beautiful AUDIENCE: D A H BA advantages for both the buyer and seller if all of the right esthetic results that will stand the test of time. The five Principles of Ethics and will be described and systems are in place prior to the sale. The ultimate success of your restorative dentistry the Code of Professional Conduct will be applied to each This lecture is fully sponsored by Cain, Watters & is dependent on how you work up the case and of these Principles. Everyday practice examples will be Associates. communicate with the laboratory. Learn the best used to highlight ethical principles that arise in patient photographic techniques to document the patient’s care, and the professional conduct response that is accumulate, Preserve and Perpetuate your assets circumstances so that you can co-create an appropriate appropriate in each situation. NC14 treatment plan with your patient, specialists and 1:00 PM-4:00 PM laboratory. Learn to partner with your lab to produce the ethics in Dentistry Dilemmas in Practice C32 FINANCIAL / NON-CE CREDITS 3 beautiful dentistry you strive to create. 1:00 PM-4:00 PM AUDIENCE: D SPECIAL INTEREST / CE CREDITS 3 This discussion focuses on the three financial stages r i Ch m a SeK , DDS AUDIENCE: D A H BA of your life we define as; Accumulation (working), Beyond the Basics” - Posterior essentials C34 Using specific practice examples in the areas of staff Preservation (retirement), and Perpetuation (estate 1:30 PM-4:30 PM employment, advertising, patient billing and interaction planning). Mr. Cain will teach you how to take advantage RESTORATIVE / CE CREDITS 3 with fellow dental colleagues, various ethical dilemmas of the earnings in your practice, while avoiding the AUDIENCE: D A H are presented to the course attendees. Participation negative effects of mishandling debt and over paying The goal is simple...demystify the software and apply and questions are encouraged from attendees in taxes. this knowledge, refined preparation techniques and finding ethical answers to these practice dilemmas. No This lecture is fully sponsored by Cain, Watters & “dental anatomy” to the design process for optimal prerequisite for attendance, but attendance in morning Associates. milled results of single-unit inlays, onlays, and posterior session is helpful. crowns. Learn nuances in techniques and gain confidence m i Ch a eL CoX , CfP on your road to CEREC success! a L a N ovS o N , Ceo asset allocation making your assets Work for you This lecture is fully sponsored by Vident. the fine art of Persuasion--how to get others to NC11 See things your Way NC08 10:00 AM-12:00 PM J o SePh J . m a S S a D, DDS 8:00 AM-11:00 AM FINANCIAL PLANNING / NON-CE CREDITS 2 Complete removable Dentures: Best and Latest COMMUNICATION / NON-CE CREDITS 3 AUDIENCE: D A H BA LT G technology C23 AUDIENCE: D A H BA LT G You’ve worked hard for you assets. Let them do the 8:30 AM-11:00 AM Want to get people to do what you would like them to same for you. Every investor differs in his or her goals, PROSTHODONTICS / CE CREDITS 2.5 do? Want to get them to do it without beating them with tolerance for rise and time horizon but we can all benefit AUDIENCE: D A H LT a stick? This interactive seminar focuses on developing from a disciplined approach to asset allocation. This Successful removable prosthodontics is determined an understanding of how persuasion and influence work, foundational principle of investing can have a profound at the assessment appointment. Learn to calibrate the what the difference is between the two and established effect upon your financial future. Will your asset examination to obtain vital information and ensure a framework for increasing and reinforcing the skills allocation support your long-term goals? Does it allow consistency for each patient. This course will cover how participants already have. you to take advantage of tactical opportunities? Are you to utilize an assessment form to educate your patient truly diversified? To learn how attend our informative as well as give you, the practitioner, vital information Letting go and falling Up--how to Change your Life seminar. to formulate a treatment plan for success. Learn to by Changing your Perspective NC13 This lecture is fully sponsored by Morgan Stanley. evaluate and compare the one appointment definitive 12:00 PM-3:30 PM impression technique for the totally edentulous, COMMUNICATION / NON-CE CREDITS 3 S a m D o r N , DDS , faCD, fi CD partially edentulous, implant retained over-denture, AUDIENCE: D A H BA LT G endodontic emergencies: Diagnosing and treating immediate denture, and the most dreaded of all, the This session will cause participants to examine their the toothache C20 reline procedure. Review several cases and discover that limiting perceptions, letting the “heavy” things go 8:00 AM-11:00 AM removable prosthetic dentistry can be rewarding and in order to make positive change easier. Lighten the ENDODONTICS / CE CREDITS 3 enjoyable. negative load and we “fall up.” This seminar will make you AUDIENCE: D laugh and give you 10 ways to challenge the fears that Most dental emergencies are endodontic in nature. Complete removable Dentures: Best and Latest inhibit change. Change the way you think and you can When a patient is having a toothache, the dentist is technology (repeat) C30 change the world. called upon to quickly and efficiently relieve the pain. 1:00 PM-3:30 PM This seminar will investigate the diagnostic procedures PROSTHODONTICS / CE CREDITS 2.5 g r eg o ry oXfo r D, DDS , m S , PhD needed to quickly and accurately determine the source AUDIENCE: D A H LT implant maintenance C25 of most toothaches. Conditions mimicking toothaches THIS COURSE IS A REPEAT OF THE AM SESSION. 8:30 AM-11:30 AM will also be discussed. Using a simplified classification HYGIENE / CE CREDITS 3 system, and based on questionnaires of h ieN N g o, DB D, m DS , Ph D, fa D i , fiDi , AUDIENCE: D A H endodontists over the past three decades, the speaker fPfa This program will define the components of an implant will describe which treatment modalities should be minimal intervention: a Challenge to Clinical system, review an assortment of implant systems and utilized to handle these emergencies. The anesthetic Dentistry C31 explore some of the most accepted methods of patient management and pharmacological management of a 1:00 PM-4:00 PM and professional maintenance. Additionally this course patient with a severe toothache will also be discussed. RESTORATIVE / CE CREDITS 3 will review the parameters of health between natural AUDIENCE: D teeth and implant fixtures and discuss state of the art J a m e S f. fo N Dr ie S t, DDS The practice of minimal intervention seeks to prevent monitoring techniques to help ensure maintenance and Shade matching: matching the Single Central incisor C21 and detect oral disease at the earliest stage in order to health of the dental implant. 8:00 AM-11:00 AM avoid invasive treatment; and where surgical intervention RESTORATIVE / CE CREDITS 3 is indicated, the least invasive restorative technique J o SePh f. PU t z , Lhr m AUDIENCE: D A LT is utilized. This lecture aims to provide an integrated Prevention of Dental errors rm1-4 Can you make your restorations invisible? Do your understanding of the practice philosophy and introduce 1:00 PM-3:00 PM patients say wow? Learn what really matters in the new clinical techniques such as surface protection and STATE MANDATED / CE CREDITS 2 creation of a good match. Closely matching natural internal remineralization. The principles and materials Few dental errors are attributed to faulty judgment. teeth with an artificial restoration can be one of the most required to succeed in practicing minimal intervention Utilizing professional liability claim data, common challenging procedures in restorative dentistry. Is there dentistry in modern dentistry will be covered. performance and diagnostic errors serve as the focal a protocol better than just picking the closest shade tab? This lecture is fully sponsored by GCAmerica. point of this mandated risk management presentation. What is the best way to communicate what I see in the Loss prevention measures and the elements of root mouth to the laboratory? Are colorimeters the answer? cause analysis are imparted to reduce system failures, Come to this informative session on shade matching. www.floridadental.org/FNDC 11
  12. 12. CoUrSeS & WorKShoPS | friDay prevent dental errors and improve patient safety. At Keep your edge: New Devices for the old Dilemma a N g eL a fiS Ch e t ti the conclusion of this session, participants are able to W22 yoga for the Dental office (repeat) NC07 recognize common performance and diagnostic errors 12:30 PM-3:30 PM 8:00 AM-9:15 AM describe these elements of a root cause analysis and HYGIENE / CE CREDITS 3 ENRICHMENT / NON-CE CREDITS 1.25 identify risk management measures designed to prevent AUDIENCE: H AUDIENCE: D A H BA LT G dental errors. Experience the relief of finding an easy and effective This hatha yoga class welcomes those with all levels This lecture is fully sponsored by Florida Physicians method of sharpening instruments that works for you! of experience. This class is designed to prevent postural Insurance Company. Join us for a relaxed, informal, interactive workshop that deviations that occur due to the dental profession highlights some of the latest and greatest guides, aids, including neck, shoulder, rotator cuff, lower back, Pa m eL a m . S m ith , r D, LDN and automated sharpeners that can help you achieve wrist and hip issues. Emphasis is placed on flexibility, eat Well, age Well C33 sharp cutting edges on your scalers and curets. strength, endurance and balance. Class also includes a 1:30 PM-4:30 PM Equipment provided by Hu-Friedy. short meditation and breathing techniques for stress NUTRITION / CE CREDITS 3 reduction. No shoes or socks are worn during class. AUDIENCE: D A H BA LT G S te v e B U tLer Attendees should wear comfortable, loose-fitting Learn how to be energized for life, achieve overall introduction to Wine (repeat) NC17 clothing and bring a large towel to class. Attendance is wellness and prevent specific illnesses associated with 2:30 PM-4:00 PM limited to 50. inflammation and aging. Ms. Smith explains the basics ENRICHMENT / NON-CE CREDITS 1.5 of the aging process and how to compensate for damage AUDIENCE: D A H BA LT G a N g eL a fiS Ch e t ti done to the body by living the sedentary, American Do you know the difference between Pinot Noir and yoga in the office: Chair yoga NC12 “weigh” with poor diet and unprocessed chronic stress. Pinot Blanc? Ever wonder why wine drinkers swirl their 12:00 PM-1:15 PM Taking a holistic view, she targets all body systems wine? This class will explain and demystify the miracle of ENRICHMENT / NON-CE CREDITS 1.25 and the way they interact to keep the body functioning modern winemaking. Through the tasting discussion of AUDIENCE: D A H BA LT G healthier and younger. eight different types of wine, participants are taught how This is a hatha yoga class utilizing chairs. All postures grapes become wine, discuss food and wine pairing and are seated. Participants learn how to incorporate yoga B a r B a r a S teiN B erg , DDS learn how to form your own, confident opinions about postures into their daily lives, at the office, preventing a team approach to treating the Dental Patient what you are drinking. This course is also being offered postural deviations, maintaining the integrity of With medical Problems C22 of Thursday, June 12 (NC03). the spine while sitting and utilizing both breathing 8:00 AM-11:00 AM techniques and meditations for stress reduction. No ORAL MEDICINE / CE CREDITS 3 Classic Wines from around the World (repeat) NC18 shoes or socks are worn during class. Attendees should AUDIENCE: D A H LT G 4:30 PM-6:00 PM wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing to class. Two out of three individuals who will seek dental ENRICHMENT / NON-CE CREDITS 1.5 Attendance is limited to 50. care in the next year have something in their medical AUDIENCE: D A H BA LT G history that could complicate dental treatment. The What makes Bordeaux so special? What is so unique Dav iD g a Ne , DDS goal of this course is to give the dental team a simple, about the soil of Champagne region? In this event Mr. Understanding Cone Beam Computerized but comprehensive approach to evaluating the physical Butler and participants examine and taste white and red tomography W16 and psychological status of a patient prior to treatment wines from classic wine regions around the world, look 8:30 AM-11:30 AM to avoid therapeutic conflict and medical emergencies. at the history of these wines and discuss why they are RADIOLOGY / CE CREDITS 3 The role of the dental team in treating patients with considered “classic”. Mr. Butler also reviews Old World AUDIENCE: D common systemic disorders, such as infectious disease, favorites from Europe as well as classics from the New Have you purchased a CT scanner or are you cardiovascular disease and those requiring antibiotic World. This course is also being offered on Thursday, considering purchasing one for your office? Don’t miss prophylaxis will be discussed. June 12 (NC04). this course designed to help you understand how to integrate scanning technology into your practice. Dr. Women’s health: medical and Dental Considerations m a ry Co S teLLo, CDa Gane will discuss the clinical applications of CBCT and C29 Dam it, it’s easy! Basic Program W19 assist in outlining the steps to interpret normal anatomy 12:30 PM-3:30 PM 9:00 AM-12:00 PM and common types of pathology. This program will ORAL HEALTH / CE CREDITS 3 RESTORATIVE / CE CREDITS 3 present the wide variety of CBCT technologies currently AUDIENCE: D A H LT AUDIENCE: D A H available and also the range of clinical applications of 3-D This is an informative and compelling course that This fast-paced seminar combines a multimedia radiographic imaging. deals with medical and dental issues concerning women presentation with hands-on participation featuring This course is fully sponsored by Kodak. at various stages of their lives. Pregnancy and issues simplified dental dam application techniques that particularly affecting younger women including eating expedite dental dam placement. Participants learn to Dav iD g ate S , DDS disorders and domestic violence will be presented. apply dams for the following procedures: endodontic invisalign Clear essentials i, Issues relating to the mature woman going through therapy, restorative dentistry (posterior teeth) and Day one- general Session iC1-2 peri-menopause and menopause will be discussed. The composite-bonding (anterior teeth). In addition, helpful 8:00 AM-12:00 PM; 1:00 PM-5:00 PM most current information on cardiovascular disease, hints and suggestions are given for dam usage for ORTHODONTICS / CE CREDITS 8 osteoporosis, hormone replacement therapy, as well as various clinical procedures, which include interproximal AUDIENCE: D A H alternative modalities, will be presented. restorations, structurally compromised teeth, and fixed This one and a half day course has been designed bridges. Participants should bring safety glasses. specifically for the general practitioner and staff that Partially sponsored by Coltene Whaladent. wishes to incorporate Invisalign® into the practice. Invisalign® is an esthetic orthodontic technique that friDay WorKShoPS aND m a ry Co S teLLo, CDa corrects malocclusion using a series of custom-made, PartiCiPatioN CoUrSeS Dam it, it’s easy! advanced Program W26 nearly invisible, removable aligners. Upon completion 1:30 PM-4:30 PM of this course, the practitioner and staff will be fully RESTORATIVE / CE CREDITS 3 confident and comfortable in integrating Invisalign® into J U Dy B eN Dit, r Dh AUDIENCE: D A H their practice. Tuition for the course covers the doctor 5 Keys to Working at ease W13 This three hour hands-on seminar is intended for and up to four auxiliary staff for the full-day course on 8:00 AM-11:00 AM those who possess basic dental dam application Day One, and the doctors-only half-day course on Day HYGIENE / CE CREDITS 3 skills and wish to expand their usage of dam for more Two. Day Two is intended only for doctors that attended AUDIENCE: H complicated isolations. Advanced techniques presented Day One and occurs on Saturday from 8:00 am-1:00 pm. This course focuses on the interrelationship between include guidelines to prevent dam leakage, clampless Dentists register for IC1, which covers the full course cumulative trauma disorders and instrumentation alternatives to retaining the dental dam, isolating (CE Credits 13). Doctors must attend both days for full techniques. A variety of hands-on activities utilizing a structurally compromised teeth, and using dental dam credit. Staff registers for IC2, which covers Friday’s full wide array of dental instruments with typodonts will give with fixed bridges and laminate veneers. In addition day course (CE Credits 8). participants the opportunity to discover new approaches participants apply dental dams to typodonts utilizing This lecture is fully sponsored by Invisalign. to providing routine dental hygiene procedures to help some of the advanced techniques discussed in the reach peak performance with minimal stress. program. Participants should bring safety glasses. Equipment provided by Hu-Friedy. Partially sponsored by Coltene Whaladent. 12 fNDC2008

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