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  1. 1. The Alabama Academy of General Dentistry’s 37th Annual Review of Dentistry Monday -Friday September 6 - September 10, 2010 Hilton Sandestin Destin Florida , Reserved For You Registration Brochure
  2. 2. T Milton E. Essig, DMD President, ALAGD 2010-2011 “An Optimal Return on Investment” Greetings and Salutations are conveyed with this invitation to the Alabama Academy of General Dentistry’s Annual “Review of Dentistry” at the Sandestin Beach Hilton Golf Resort and Spa in Destin, Florida, September 7 - 10, 2010. On behalf of the Officers and Board of Directors, I am grateful for the collaborative effort in designing a comprehensive, multifaceted educational program in the areas of economics, practice management, team interaction, clinical perspectives in multiple areas of dentistry and medicine, along with a special hands-on clinical component for assistants and hygienists, as well as the opportunity to fulfill CPR and Infection Control licensure requirements. In reviewing the brochure, you will note a stellar list of scholars and clinicians who are recognized as the most knowledgeable authorities in their field with regional, national, and international repu- tations for their expertise in evidence-based clinical education and research. Their subject matter has been designed to provide you the most current and up-to-date information in the respective specialty. Similarly our corporate sponsors and exhibitors are considered a vital component to this meeting as they display an array of the most cutting edge materials, products and services. In this regard, our exhibit hall will be open on Thursday and continue on Friday. For 2010, you will note a modi- fication that will provide expanded hours on Thursday, with hors d’oeuvres, refreshments, bever- ages, and gift drawings that will allow for enhanced interactions with exhibitors and a festive atmo- sphere for the dental family. In economics, the R.O.I. - Return on Investment - is an essential measurement for business suc- cess. Accordingly, the combination of this academic program along with the family oriented ameni- ties of a world class resort, amidst the turquoise, azure blue waters of the gulf and the shimmering crystalline sands of the Emerald Coast, represent the optimal return on your investment for the dental family. We are confident this experience will be rewarding, and cordially invite you and your family to join us in September. The Beautiful Hilton Sandestin Hotel
  3. 3. Schedule of Events Monday, September 6, 2010 Thursday, September 9, 2010 Registration.....................................................1:00 PM - 5:30 PM Dr. Andrei Barasch Internal Medicine for the Dental Staff ..........................................................................1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Tuesday, September 7, 2010 Scott Herndon Registration......................................................7:30 AM - 5:00 PM CPR * $35.00 fee.....................................1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Dr. John Coke/Dr. Mike Edwards Sand Art on the Beach..........................3:00 PM - 5:00 PM Management of the Medically Complex and Everyone Invited! Prizes for All Participants! Sedated Patient........................................8:00 AM - 12:00 PM 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Exhibit Hall Party! All Registered Participants Welcome! ....................................................................................4:30 PM - 7:30 PM Sally McKenzie Lost Patients...How Dentists Lose Patients Everyday .............................................................................8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Uncovering Practice Profit Killers.......1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Friday, September 10, 2010 Registration.............................................7:30 AM - 1:00 PM Wednesday, September 8, 2010 Exhibits Open..........................................10:00AM - 1:00 PM Registration....................................................7:30 AM - 5:00 PM Dr. P.R. Liu Avoid Clinical Failures: Understanding Materials and Dr. Sandra O’Neal/Dr. Michael Reddy Techniques to Achieve Excellence in Esthetic Dentistry Dental Implants: Why, When, and How..8:00 AM - 12:00 PM ...................................................................8:00 AM - 12:00 PM ...............................................................................1:00 PM - 5:00 PM ...................................................................1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Dr. Charles Blair Dr. Robert L. Meador, Jr. Focus on Profitability for the Efficient Practice Am I Ready for Lasers?....................8:00 AM - 12:00 PM ................................................................................8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Stay Out of Jail: The Top Coding Errors ...............................................................................1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Dr. Nicholas Conte Rapid Esthetic Provisional Fabrication and Equilibration Dr. Philip Vassilopoulos for the Dental Team..........................8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Periodontal Treatment for Hygienists..8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Provisional Restoration Lab..........1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Dr. Philip Vassilopoulos/Dr. Mia Geisinger *$35.00 Participation Fee Perio Hygiene Lab * Participation Fee....1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Spouse Luncheon at Seagars Thursday, September 9, 2010 Dr. Gaylon McCollough.................11:00AM - 12:30 PM Registration....................................................7:00 AM - 5:00 PM Dr. Gaylon McCollough Exhibits Open...................................................10:00 AM - 7:30PM The Beautifully Balanced Life ......................................................................1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Dr. Dan Nathanson Restorative Dentistry Biomaterials...8:00 AM - 12:00 PM ..............................................................................1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Scott Herndon CPR * $35.00 fee................................ 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Dr. Charles Blair Hygiene Economics.....................................8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Nancy Tomlin Rules Make Cents (OSHA)................1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Board of Directors meeting..... 5:30 PM Nancy Tomlin General Assembly..........................6:30 PM Rules Make Cents (OSHA)................8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  4. 4. Dr. John Coke Sally McKenzie, CEO Dr. Mike Edwards The Medically Complex Patient and Lost Patients.... How Dentists Lose Patients... the Use of Minimal Sedation Tuesday: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Tuesday: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Uncovering Practice Profit Killers 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Tuesday: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Dr. Coke received his undergraduate degree from the University of Colorado--Boulder Sally McKenzie is a Certified Management Consultant and founder and CEO and then graduated with a DDS degree from Loyola University School of Dentistry in of McKenzie Management. For over 25 years, Sally has immersed herself Chicago. Immediately following, he completed a one-year General Practice Residency in techniques, systems and methods to improve the performance of dental at Portsmouth Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, VA. After two years as a Naval Dental practices. She was a dental auxiliary, dental business administrator and Officer in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, he completed a two-year certificate program in dental educator for several years prior to founding McKenzie Management in Oral Medicine and Oral Diagnosis from the University of Illinois--Chicago. Dr. Coke 1980. has been involved with GPR hospital-based programs in Chicago, IL, Denver, CO and Gainesville, FL. Currently, Dr. Coke is Professor and Program Director for the AEGD Sally was also an instructor of dental auxiliary utilization techniques with and GPR post-graduate programs at the University of Alabama-Birmingham School of the Ohio State University College of Dentistry where she was an Adjunct Dentistry. He is board certified by the American Board of Oral Medicine, Diplomate of Professor. Sally continues to proficiently direct the efforts at McKenzie the American Board of Special Care Dentistry and Fellow of the American Association Management, insuring attendance to her developed Practice Enrichment of Hospital Dentists. Dr. Coke has been active with the American Dental Association Programs, Dental Consulting Services, Educational Management Products, Commission on Dental Accreditation serving as a Site Evaluator since 1984 and is Dental Seminars, and Advanced Training Center. past Chairman of the Advisory Committee for Advanced Education in General Practice Sally has also been a featured speaker for the nation’s top dental meet- Residency. He has given over one hundred CE presentations nationally on common ings and has lectured to dental societies, dental schools, study clubs, and sense pharmacology for the general dentist, medical risk management, infection control state dental associations throughout the United States and Internationally. and adult minimal sedation for the general dentist. He is the author and co-author of twentyy eight refereed publications. Her informative articles are featured in every major dental publication and she is a Contributing Editor to Dentistry Today Magazine. Dr. Mike Edwards graduated with a DMD degree from the University of Alabama School Sally is also the Editor of the McKenzie E-Management Newsletter, a of Dentistry in Birmingham. He completed an externship with the United States Public weekly email newsletter providing management tips to the dental industry Health/Indian Health Service in St. Ignatius, Montana. Dr. Edwards began private and Founder and Editor of The Dentist’s Network e-Newsletter as well as the practice in 1979 and has received both his Fellowship and Mastership in The Academy Publisher and Editor of The New Dentist Magazine. of General Dentistry. Dr. Edwards has held numerous national appointments with the Alabama Academy of Lost Patients...How Dentists Lose Patients Everyday General Dentistry as well as serving as state president of the ALAGD. He is currently Tuesday AM: 4 Hours AGD 560 the chairman of the American Dental Association Anesthesia Council (committee H) and the Chairman of the Task Force on Oral Sedation for the National Academy of General Dentistry. He presently serves on the Council for Dental Education and Licensure. Dr. Seventy-eight percent of 128,000 general dentists in the U.S. are solo Edwards has presented numerous lectures nationally on parenteral and enteral seda- practitioners. Considering the length of time in practice, 15-30+ years, why tion as well as other dental continuing education lectures. He has practiced sedation is there only enough work to keep one dentist busy? Because you are losing dentistry for over twenty eight years and has been involved with developing both state more patients out the back door...than are coming in the front door. and national guidelines for safe use of sedation published in the Journal of the American Dentists lose patients every day and don’t know it’s happening. You will Dental Association in 2006. learn how poor customer service, poor hiring techniques, lack of employee Dr. Edwards is a member of the American Dental Association, Academy of General training, lack of job descriptions, lack of accountability, priority confusion, and Dentistry, The American Equilibration Society, a Fellow of the American College of ineffective systems become the main impetus behind why patients leave: Dentists and Pierre Fauchard Society, and the OKU Honorary Dental Society. • Poor Customer Service and Systems • Lack of Training The Medically Complex Patient and the Use of Minimal • Recall--The most neglected of all dental business operational systems Sedation • Patient Retention Measurements Tuesday AM: 4 Hours AGD 754 Learning Objectives: Tuesday PM: 4 Hours AGD 754 • This course will provide a general understanding of why patients do not return to the practice. The morning session of this course will identify medically complex patients • The participant will exit with a clear knowledge of operational functions that can present as potential problems for the general dentist. The course will and their impact on service to patients. describe how they can safely be managed by the dental team. • The participant will obtain a better understanding of how to provide bet- The patients include: ter customer service to patients. • Advanced cardiovascular disease • The participant will expand their knowledge in the area of communicat- • Recent CVA/stroke ing with patients. • Neurologic disease • The elderly patient Uncovering Practice Profit Killers Tuesday PM: 4 Hours AGD 552 The afternoon session will address the use of minimal sedation in these pa- tients. Topics to be discussed: Production flucuates regularly. Collections are shaky. The schedule is • Do I sedate? feast or famine. Hygiene is booked solid but the hygienist is spending more • Sedation drug selection--which agent is safest time sitting than scaling. Practice profits become the victim. Factors that • Dose modification--when to decrease the MRD influence overhead that are the most frequent offenders are: high expenses, • Special pre and post operative instructions inconsistent production and low collections. Tips, techniques and strategies to guarantee a profitable and successful practice are presented.
  5. 5. Dr. Michael Reddy Dr. Charles Blair Dr. Jean O’Neal Focus on Profitability: Dental Implants: Wednesday: 8:00 AM-12:00PM Hygiene Economics Why, When, and How The Top Coding Errors: Thursday:8:00 AM-12:00PM Wednesday: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Wednesday: 1:00 PM-5:00PM 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Dr. Michael Reddy is Professor and Chairman of the Department of Periodontology Dr. Charles Blair is dentistry’s leading authority on practice profitability, at the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Dentistry. Dr. Reddy is a 1981 fee analysis, insurance coding strategies and overhead control. He has graduate of the University of Hartford. He attended the Harvard School of Dental individually consulted with thousands of practices, helping them identify and Medicine where he earned his DMD degree in 1986, and Certificate of Periodontology implement new strategies for greater productivity and profitability. He holds and Doctorate of Medical Sciences degree in Oral Biology in 1989. He is a Diplomate degrees in Accounting, Business Administration, Mathematics, and Dental of the American Board of Periodontology and the recipient of the Clinical Research Surgery. Dr. Blair is the developer of PracticeBooster®, Dentistry’s Clinical Award from the American Academy of Periodontology. He has published more than 180 scientific manuscripts and abstracts and has been the recipient of numerous re- Treatment Intensifier. Dr. Blair is a Contributing Editor for Dental Economics search grants. He is actively involved as a scientist in the UAB Center for Aging and magazine. He is located in Mount Holly, North Carolina. the UAB Center for Metabolic Bone Disease and the Periodontal Research Clinic. Dr. Reddy’s research is focused on the understanding of the pathogenesis of periodontal Focus on Profitability for the Efficient Practice diseases through the modeling of clinical disease progression. The focus has been Wednesday AM: 4 Hours AGD 552 the understanding of the pattern of alveolar bone loss and its potential mechanistic Are you working “in” your practice rather than “on” it? Learn to see the association with osteoporosis. In addition, his laboratory works on development and “big picture,” analyze the business side of your practice, and take solid steps evaluation of regenerative medicine and biomimetic therapeutic approaches to guided toward increasing profitability. bone regeneration for periodontal disease, dental implants and oral bone loss. A ma- Hear strategies, tips and “pearls” on: jor emphasis has been development of diagnostic systems to evaluate bone resorp- tion. These diagnostics are currently being applied to the development and testing of • Coping with a Down Economy dental implants and surgical techniques aimed at the regeneration of bone. • Fee Profiling and PPO Strategies • Procedure Mix Enhancement A native of Paint Rock, Alabama, Dr. Jean O’Neal graduated from Judson College in • Optimum Staff Ratios 1969. She subsequently graduated from the University of Alabama School of Den- • Hygiene Department Strategies tistry in 1977 and received her Masters of Science in Dentistry in 1980. Also hear insight on how to: Dr. O’Neal recently retired as Chair, Department of Prosthodontics at the University of • Move from “cost-based” to “revenue-savvy” Alabama School of Dentistry. She was named Chair and Professor Emeritus at The • Diminish broken appointments--an “economic killer” University of Alabama and maintains a part time faculty position. She practices in a • Planning a productive and profitable future for your practice prosthodontic practice outside of Birmingham, Alabama at Calera Dental Center. The participants will gain insight into running a practice like a business, be Dr. O’Neal’s research activities are primarily clinically related focusing on evaluat- ing treatment modalities in implant dentistry and esthetics. She has also presented challenged to new thinking to survive in a changing world, and understand numerous continuing education courses nationally, internationally and particularly the cost of doing business to local district dental societies, study clubs, and the Academy of General Dentistry Programs. Stay Out Of Jail: The Top Coding Errors Dr. O’Neal’s primary passion is teaching and practicing crown and bridge prosthodon- Wednesday PM: 4 Hours AGD 554 tics with emphasis on esthetics, implant rehabilitation and occlusion. Based on several thousand dental practices studied, these common prob- lems were identified: Dental Implants: Why, When, and How • Consistent Coding Errors Wednesday AM: 4 Hours AGD 697 • Clinical Protocol Issues Wednesday PM: 4 Hours AGD 697 • Potentially Fraudulent Activities Coding and fee positioning errors are predictable in today’s dental prac- The most significant new dental treatment innovation in the last 30 years in tice. Learn the top coding errors--and how not to make them! You will also dentistry is implant dentistry. This is a combined case based program where receive new, valuable information on some of the “hot”sections of the CDT all aspects of dental implant treatment decision making will be discussed. code, which you can use to identify and “fix”coding problems that lurk in your The course will focus on evidence based dentistry for long term favorable practice. Most practices can expect legitimate net increases in cash flow prognosis and achieving desirable esthetics. The course will address: immediately by learning how to do it right. • Decisions based on patients’ health conditions, including the impact of The participants will learn through predictive error correction, typical coding osteoporosis and bisphosphonates, cardiovascular disease, diabetes errors, gain knowledge into clinical protocol sequences and into fee forgive- and smoking ness, discounting, multiple fees, etc. • Comparison decision making of conventional prosthetics versus im- plants based on loss of key teeth, prognosis and cost analysis Hygiene Economics • Planning complex multi-disciplinary treatment through long treatment Thursday AM: 4 Hours AGD 554 transitional phases with the use of temporary restorations and the use of How is the Hygiene Department analyzed? What should the dentist “ask” hopeless teeth when a new member of your hygiene staff is sitting in front of you? What • When to retreat endodontics and crown, lengthen a tooth versus extrac- should the hygienist “ask” the dentist in an employment interview? tion, and dental implant placement • Total Compensation Calculation • Why a patient lost a tooth matters for esthetics as well as prognosis • Hygiene Production Issues • Understanding the role of the extraction, implant placement and tempo- • Service Mix History or Expectations rary restoration on the gingival margin and the esthetic outcome • Bonus Systems--How and Why • Abutment and crown selection for esthetic outcomes and long term • Clinical Work Load Evaluation patient satisfaction • Efficiency Concepts: A guide for making your hygiene department more efficient and productive.
  6. 6. Dr. Philip Vassilopoulos Dr. Philip Vassilopoulos Dr. Mia Geisinger Periodontal Treatment for Hygienists Periodontal Hygiene Lab Wednesday: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Wednesday: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Philip Vassilopoulos is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Dr. Mia Geisinger received her Doctoral of Dental Surgery from Co- Periodontology at the UAB School of Dentistry. He received his dental lumbia University School of Dental Medicine and completed her Cer- degree at the University of Athens School of Dentistry in Athens, Greece tificate in Periodontics and Implantology and her Master of Science in 1994. Dr. Vassilopoulos obtained clinical training in Periodontology at at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Dr. the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Dentistry, receiving Geisinger is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology. a certificate in Periodontology in 2003. In May 2004, he successfully She worked in a private practice limited to Periodontology in Good- passed the examination required to become Board Certified by the lettsville, TN and joined the faculty at the University of Alabama at American Board of Periodontology. Birmingham in 2007. Dr. Geisinger is the recipient of the 2009 AADR Dr. Vassilopoulos serves as a member of the National Board Test Con- William Clark Fellowship Award and the American Board of Periodon- struction Committee. tology Foundation Teaching Fellowship. She has lectured both nation- Dr. Vassilopoulos is a member of several dental organizations including ally and internationally on Periodontology and Periodontal Education. the American Academy of Periodontology, the American Board of Perio- Dr. Geisinger’s clinical practice includes all aspects of periodontology dontology, the American Dental Association, the Academy of Osseointe- and implant dentistry and focuses on root coverage and aesthetic gration, the Southern Academy of Periodontology, the Alabama Society procedures as well as the links between systemic disease and peri- of Periodontists and the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. odontal inflammation. Dr. Vassilopoulos is the Postgraduate Periodontal Clinic Director as well as Coursemaster of Periodontology II for sophomores and Periodontol- ogy IV for senior students. He recently became the surgical director of Periodontal Hygiene Lab the Graduate Prosthodontic Implant Clinic and is actively involved in Wednesday PM: 4 Hours AGD 495 the Implant Fellowship Program at UAB School of Dentistry. In addi- tion, he participates in ongoing research projects in the Department Course Description: This program will cover the following topics: of Periodontology such as how periodontal disease affects pregnancy • Examination procedures outcomes and the impact of periodontal disease on the systemic health • Supragingival and subgingival scaling technique with the use of and studies involving different types of dental implants as well as soft anterior and posterior scalers tissue and hard tissue grafting techniques. Dr. Vassilopoulos maintains • Scaling and root planning technique with the use of universal and a private practice limited in periodontic and dental implants with empha- site-specific curets as well as periodontal files sis on esthetics. • Magnetostrictive and piezolelectric ultrasonic instrumentation of crown and root tooth surfaces Periodontal Treatment for Hygienists Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this program the participant Wednesday AM: 4 Hours AGD 495 will be able to accomplish the following on a mannequin: • Properly use a periodontal probe and explorers to complete a Course Description: This program will cover the following topics: comprehensive periodontal evaluation • Medical and dental history of periodontal patient • Apply the fundamental skills of scaling and root planning with the • Clinical assessment and radiographic evaluation use of proper instruments • Diagnosis and prognosis of periodontal diseases • Master the use of different ultrasonic scalers • Surgical and non surgical periodontal treatment • Apply examination and scaling and root planning techniques to • Supportive periodontal maintenance the maintenance of endosseous dental implants Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this program the participant will be able to accomplish the following: • Obtain and interpret information in order to properly and safely treat periodontal patients • Collect data and use findings for accurate assessment and diagno- sis of patients with periodontal diseases • Establish a prognosis for patients diagnosed with periodontal disease • Develop and apply the indicated therapy for the periodontal patient • Prevent relapse of periodontal disease and maintain periodontal health
  7. 7. Dr. Andrei Barasch Dr. Dan Nathanson Internal Medicine for the Dental Staff Staying Updated with Treatment Planning, Mate- rials, and Technology in a Prosthodontic.......... Thursday: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Thursday: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Dr. Andrei Barasch is an Oral Medicine specialist currently engaged in Dr. Dan Nathanson is Professor and Chairman of the Department of Restor- academic activities at the University of Alabama in Birmingham. He ative Sciences & Biomaterials at Boston University, a department compris- graduated cum laude from Hunter College (New York) and obtained ing the programs of Prosthodontics, Advanced Operative/Esthetics, AEGD a DMD degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1989. He then and Biomaterials. After receiving his dental degree in Jerusalem, Israel, Dr. completed a general practice residency at Harvard’s Brigham and Nathanson completed postdoctoral training at Harvard University and Boston University. A Fellow of the Academy of Prosthodontics, American Academy of Women’s Hospital and advanced training in Oral Medicine at the Uni- Esthetic Dentistry, Academy of Dental Materials, and the Greater NY Academy versity of Connecticut. of Prothodontics, Dr. Nathanson also holds memberships in the American College of Prosthodontists, American & International Associations for Dental Dr. Barasch’s research interests revolve around the oral diseases and Research (Past President, Boston Chapter), and other organizations. He is care of medically complex patients. He has published over 30 articles currently the President of the International Federation of Esthetic Dentistry and in peer reviewed journals and lectures widely on medical issues and Vice President of the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry. Among other pharmacotherapeutics as they relate to dentistry. He maintains an Oral awards, he received the 2006 “Clinician of the Year” award of the Massachu- Medicine practice at the Hospital of the University of Alabama Birming- setts Dental Society. With a primary research interest in restorative/prosthetic ham. In his free time he is trying unsuccessfully to learn Chinese. materials, Dr. Nathanson is a member of a number of editorial boards and has published extensively. He teaches and lectures nationally and internationally. Internal Medicine for the Dental Staff Thursday AM: 4 Hours AGD 734 Thursday PM: 4 Hours AGD 734 Staying Updated with Treatment Planning, Materials, and Technology in a Prosthodontic-Restorative- In this lecture, Dr. Barasch will present up-to-date evidence in general Esthetic Practice internal medicine that affects provision of dental treatment. Topics Thursday AM: 4 Hours AGD 780 include: cardiovascular disease, cancer, infectious disease and their re- Thursday PM: 4 Hours AGD 780 spective treatments. Special emphasis is placed on levels of evidence and shifts in paradigm that have occurred in the recent past. This Modern dentistry is changing quickly, moving from the venerable PFM lecture will apprise the audience of current approaches to systemic dis- to newer all-ceramic systems, digital impressions, automated fabrication ease and the way these approaches influence the practice of dentistry. technologies, and more. These changes approaching at a fast pace At the end of this lecture, the participant will have developed an under- can be exciting but also frustrating. Will restorations have a better fit standing of new, evidence-based medical paradigms in medical care for with the new systems? Will patients be more satisfied? Are we ready cardiovascular, malignant and infectious diseases; and understand the for the changes? This course will review the new materials options and changes in dental treatment required by these paradigm changes. technologies available for restorative and prosthetic dentistry, describ- ing attributes, indications and limitations. Innovations in ceramics, cements, adhesives, color matching tools, etc will be presented using clinical cases as a demonstration of their application and performance. Learning Objectives: Dr. Charles Blair • Review new materials systems and technologies for restorative/ Hygiene Economics prosthodontic practices Thursday: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM • Review the correct manipulation/use of new products (adhesive resins, cements, new post systems, all-ceramic systems) Hygiene Economics • Discuss indications and contraindications for use of new esthetic Thursday AM: 4 Hours AGD 554 posts How is the Hygiene Department analyzed? What should the dentist “ask” • Highlight methods and systems that can improve clinical perfor- when a new member of your hygiene staff is sitting in front of you? What mance and satisfy patients should the hygienist “ask” the dentist in an employment interview? • Total Compensation Calculation • Hygiene Production Issues • Service Mix History or Expectations • Bonus Systems--How and Why • Clinical Work Load Evaluation • Efficiency Concepts: A guide to making your hygiene department more efficient and productive
  8. 8. Ms. Nancy Tomlin Dr. Perng-Ru Liu Rules Make Cents Avoid Clinical Failures: Thursday: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Understanding Materials and Techniques to Friday: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Achieve Excellence in Esthetic Dentistry Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Ms. Nancy Tomlin is the Compliance Officer at the University of Dr. Perng-Ru Liu is a 1985 graduate of Chung-Shan Medical Univer- Alabama School of Dentistry, where she also serves as the Infec- sity, Taiwan. He received his Prosthodontic Certificate (1991),MS De- tion Control Coordinator. She earned her BS in Dental Hygiene from gree (1992) and DMD Degree (1999) from UAB School of Dentistry. UAB in 1984. Ms. Tomlin has worked in private practice and served Currently, he is Professor and Chair of the Department of Prosthodon- as the Adult and Professional Coordinator for the Dental Bureau at tics at the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Dentistry. the Jefferson County Department of Health. She has also provided He served as Chair of the Department of Comprehensive Dentistry at numerous OSHA and Infection Control presentations to the dental UAB School of Dentistry from 2000 to 2009. community, locally and statewide. Dr. Liu has been very actively involved in several grant supported Rules Make Cents Thurs. AM Fri. PM clinical dental implant research projects at the UAB School of Dentist- Thursday AM: 4 Hours AGD 551 ry. His research interests have been focused on clinical research of Friday PM: 4 Hours AGD 551 the restorative phases of several dental implant systems and in-vivo evaluations of the various esthetic resorative systems. Dr. Liu is a Rules, rules, rules and more rules are governing the dental environ- member of the American Dental Association, the International Asso- ment. Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Centers for ciation for Dental Research, the American College of Prosthodontists Disease Control and Prevention, American Dental Association, and and Omicron Kappa Upsilon National Honorary Dental Fraternity. He the Alabama Department of Environmental Management have rules, is a fellow of the American College of Dentists. Dr. Liu has published recommendations or regulations that impact our office practices numerous scientific abstracts and articles in refereed journals. He constantly. This presentation reviews the requirements pertaining to also lectured nationally and internationally on computer generated infection control including waterline treatment, personal protection ceramic restorations, esthetic and implant dentistry. Dr. Liu was the and practices, hazardous and biohazardous waste disposal and gives recipient of the 1997 and 2005 UAB President’s Award for Excellence practical suggestions that can save time and money. in Teaching, the highest university-wide honor for teaching excellence in the School of Dentistry The objectives of this course are: • Review daily infection control procedures to ensure compliance Avoid Clinical Failures: Understanding Materials and with CDC recommendations and provide economical solutions. Techniques to Achieve Excellence in Esthetic • Explore safe, time and money saving solutions to infection control Dentistry dilemmas. Friday AM: 4 Hours AGD 780 • Review the rationale for the ADA dental waterline recommenda- Friday PM: 4 Hours AGD 780 tions; explore solutions and expense of sample systems. • Address the cost of forbidden and improper office attire. Course Description: A proper understanding of the fundamentals of • Review the history of ADEM, its regulations and the environmen- dental materials and techniques is essential to the long-term success tal and economic impact of proper waste disposal. of esthetic dentistry. This course is designed to provide a comprehen- sive and clinically relevant update of current techniques and dental materials in restorative dentistry. The speaker will share his expertise and lessons learned from a broad array of topics to include: • Common reasons for restoration failure (ceramic veneers, press- able ceramics, Cerec restorations, and indirect alumina and zirconia CAD-CAM restorations) • Factors that determine longevity of various resorative materials • How to select and utilize proper materials to maximize their benefits and longevity Educational Objectives: Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to: • Apply knowledge on how to achieve predictable results in esthetic dentistry • Be familiar with common failure modes in restorative dentistry • Select proper techniques and materials for various restorations • Properly manage complications and failure in restorative dentistry
  9. 9. Dr. Robert L. Meador, Jr. Dr. E. Gaylon McCollough Am I Ready for Lasers? The Beautifully Balanced Life Friday: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Friday: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Dr. Robert Meador is a 1979 graduate from the University of Alabama Since entering practice, Dr. E. Gaylon McCollough has obtained international School of Dentistry in Birmingham. He practiced general dentistry in recognition as a surgeon and teacher. Dr. McCollough was an Academic Mobile for twenty years and is now a full time faculty member at the All American center on Alabama Coach Paul “Bear” Bryant’s 1964 National university. Dr. Meador received his Fellowship in the Academy of Championship Team. Dr. McCollough was honored by the March of Dimes General Dentistry and is currently completing his Mastership. He is as Alabama Citizen of the Year for 1994-1995 and is listed in the National a Group Manager in the Department of General Dental Sciences and Registry of Who’s Who in Medicine. Dr. McCollough has been included in teaches Practice Management courses to the senior dental students. The Best Doctors in America since 1994 and listed among America’s Top Plastic Surgeons. Dr. Meador is involved with directing the school’s Laser Study Club along with teaching residents and students an introductory course in Dr. McCollough is the co-author of several major textbooks on facial and Laser Dentistry which includes demonstrations and clinical application nasal plastic surgery. Dr. McCollough completed an approved program of in the Comprehensive Care Clinic. specialized training in facial plastic surgery in Beverly Hills, California, New Orleans, Louisiana, and Boston, Massachusetts, and is board certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and has Am I Ready for Lasers? served as the Board’s President. He is founder of the American College of Friday AM: 4 Hours AGD 260 Rejuvenology and serves as the college’s president. He was also elected President of the International Council of Integrative Medicine. He is also cer- The use of lasers in dentistry is rapidly becoming an integral part of tified by the American Board of Otolaryngology, (representing the specialty of an everyday dental practice. This course is designed to give a broad otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery). overview of lasers and their use in dentistry. The course will begin Dr. McCollough was also inducted into the American Board of Cosmetic Sur- with several hours of lecture and the remainder will be devoted to the gery as an honorary member and served as president of the American As- participants using lasers to operate on extracted teeth and soft tissue sociation of Cosmetic Surgeons and the American Academy of Facial Plastic specimens. The laboratory session will be conducted in an informal and Reconstructive Surgery. He was recently honored for the international manner in order to facilitate discussion and hands-on learning. release of his newest book, Let Us Make Man at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City, New York. Dr. McCollough has traveled globally to teach seminar Course Objectives: Upon completion of this course participants will and techniques of head and neck plastic surgery to surgeons from around be familiar with: the world. After 25 successful years in Birmingham, One of the Best Doctors • The various types of dental lasers, their application and limita- in America, Nasal and Facial Plastic Surgeon, E. Gaylon McCollough, M.D., tions F.A.C.S and the internationally acclaimed McCollough Plastic Surgery Clinic moved to Gulf Shores, Alabama, where he founded the 35,000 square foot • How lasers operate McCollough Institute For Appearance & Health, an interdisciplinary profes- • Everyday procedures that can be performed in your practice sional complex dedicated to helping people from all walks of life look, feel • Using lasers to prepare teeth for restorations and perform better...longer. The McCollough Institute was honored by the • Using lasers on soft tissue to perform various procedures Alabama Gulf Coast Chamber of Commerce as ‘Business of the Year’ 2002. Dr. McCollough and his wife, Susan, have two children and four grandchil- dren The Beautifully Balanced Life Course Description: This presentation is designed to demonstrate the inseparable links between Appearance, Health, Happiness, and Suc- cess. Dr. McCollough will provide real life examples of how these four factors are synergistic. Goals and Objectives: Attendees will come away with a better under- standing of how to live a healthier, happier, and more successful life through balancing the four factors mentioned above.
  10. 10. Dr. Nicholas R. Conte, Jr. Mr. Scott Herndon Provisional Fixed Restorations-Keys to Success CPR Friday: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Thursday: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Provisional Restorations Lab Friday: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Friday 1:00 - 5:00 PM Dr. Nicholas Conte, Jr. is Clinical Research Manager for DENTSPLY For the fourth consecutive year, Scott Herndon will bring his experi- Caulk in Milford, Delaware. He is a board eligible prosthodontist and ence and enthusiasm to the Alabama Academy of General Dentistry’s currently holds an appointment as a Clinical Assistant Professor at Annual Review of Dentistry, instructing American Heart Association UMDNJ-New Jersey Dental School. Dr. Conte earned a BA from the CPR classes. University of Rochester. He has been in private practice since com- pleting his prosthodontic residency in 2000. As a faculty member at Scott has over 25 years experience in occupational safety and health NJDS, he has developed and directed the Esthetic Dentistry Curricu- and emergency response as well as experience instructing. In addi- lum and managed an undergraduate dental clinic. He enjoys lecturing tion to basic life support courses, Scott has been certified as a Fire on principles of esthetic dentistry and is a member of the American Service Instructor and is an authorized OSHA Outreach Trainer. Association for Dental Research. Here is what past ALAGD conference participants have had to say regarding Scott’s CPR classes: Provisional Fixed Restorations-Keys to Success • “Best CPR course I’ve had over the past 38 years of dental Friday AM: 4 Hours AGD 610 practice.” Friday PM: 4 Hours AGD 610P • “I am 64 years old, a retired dentist, and this is the best taught course I have ever taken.” The fabrication of a provisional restoration is one of the most impor- • “Best CPR course and instructor I have had.” tant steps in assuring high quality dentistry. While the dental team • “Most conprehensive treatment of subject matter I have received focuses on recording an impression and the subsequent final restora- since dental school (28 years ago).” tion, the provisional is often overlooked as being a critical step in the • “This was the most thorough training I have received in CPR. It process. The provisional restoration should serve not as a space was very obvious the instructor was knowledgeable and cared maintainer but as a diagnostic and evaluative tool for the dentist, that everyone actually learned the technique.” patient, and laboratory. A properly fabricated provisional restoration affords us the opportunity to evaluate esthetics, pulp status, periodon- Scott is a Regional Manager of Safety and Health for a leading manu- tal responses, occlusion and phonetics. facturer of building products. In addition to managing efforts regarding accident prevention and OSHA compliance, Scott spends the majority Considering the provisional restoration can be as important as the of his time managing industry leading best practices for safety and final restoration. Dentists and auxillaries must be able to fabricate health. His past industrial experience includes steel making, petro- excellent provisional restorations that are durable, functional, and leum refining, textiles, and other light/medium manufacturing. esthetic. This course will provide an overview of the new and current provisional materials and the evolution of the products and their deliv- In addition to his professional career, Scott volunteers as a Firefighter/ ery systems. Dr. Conte will discuss the current problems associated EMT with the Carroll’s Creek Fire Department in Tuscaloosa County, with provisional fabrication and provide trouble-shooting techniques to Alabama. combat the frustration involved in the process. This hands-on course will help develop the knowledge, skill, speed and confidence that will CPR allow the dentist and auxiliary to fabricate provisional restorations Thursday PM: 4 Hours AGD 142 consistently, quickly and easily! Friday AM: 4 Hours AGD 142 Course Topics: Attention! • Understanding the importance of provisional restorations from a mechanical, biological and esthetic perspective Mark Your Calendars Now • Overview of marketplace and materials for the 38th Annual Review of Dentistry. • Benefits and obstacles in selecting a material • Description of techniques for fabricating provisional restorations • Troubleshooting provisional fabrication/offer solutions to common Dr. Gordon Christensen problems will be a featured speaker. • Hands-on opportunity to work with materials & techniques dis- cussed **Thursday-Saturday, September 8-10, 2011**
  11. 11. Exhibit Hall Party!!!! Schedule of Events Thursday, September 9, 2010 4:30 PM Light Hors d’oveurs Served 5:30 PM- Heavy Hors d’oveurs Served 6:00 PM Drawing Begins for Fabulous Prizes (must be present to win) Every Registered Participant Welcome! Come Hungry! Come Thirsty! Just Come! Make sure to spend some time with our valued exhibitors!
  12. 12. Children’s Sand Art on the Beach Thursday 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm Meet on the Beach! Everyone Invited! Cash Prizes! 2010 Spouse Luncheon at Segars Friday, September 10, 2010 Dr. Gaylon McCollough 11:00 am - 12:30 pm The Beautifully Balanced Life by reknown Cosmetic Surgeon, Dr. Gaylon McCollough Appearance . Health . Happiness . Success Full Bio for Dr. McCollough on page 9. $30.00 Fee
  13. 13. ALAGD 2010 Officers President: Milton Essig, DMD President Elect: Ray McLaughlin, DMD, FAGD Vice President: Bob Moore, DMD, MAGD Past Presidents of the ALAGD Secretary: Alan Vines, DMD, FAGD 2009 W. Timothy Brooks, DMD, MAGD Treasurer: Douglas Beckham, DMD, FAGD 2008 Guy Rosenstiel, DMD, MAGD Executive Director: Howard Gamble, DMD, FAGD 2007 William Ingram, V. DMD, MAGD Editor: Bill Chesser, DMD, MAGD 2006 Gary Myers, DMD, MAGD Executive Secretary: Angela Gilliver 2005 Robert DeShazer, DMD, MAGD ALAGD 2009 Board of Directors 2004 Steve Stricklin, DMD, MAGD Jim Clark, DMD 2003 Bud Rogers, DMD, FAGD Charles Graffeo, DMD, MAGD 2002 Leigh Ann Nevins, DMD Elizabeth Jackson, DMD 2001 Allen Kessler, DMD, MAGD Toni Neumeier, DMD, MAGD 2000 Paul Bussman, DMD, FAGD Hunter Pope, DMD, FAGD 1999 Tony Dollar, DMD, MAGD David Scott, DMD, FAGD 1998 G. Lewis Mitchell, DMD, MAGD David Skees, DMD, FAGD 1997 A. Kenneth Suggs, DMD Alan Vines, DMD, FAGD 1996 Mark Evans, DMD, FAGD 1995 Mike Edwards, DMD, MAGD ALAGD Review of Dentistry 1994 John Barnes, DMD, FAGD Sandestin Chairpersons 1993 Bobby Babb, DMD, MAGD 1992 I.J. Tortorici, DMD Program Chair: Milton Essig, DMD 1991 Howard Gamble, DMD, FAGD Arrangements Chair: Bobby Babb, DMD, MAGD 1990 Gordon Isbell, III, DMD, MAGD Corp. Sponsor Chair: Alan Vines, DMD, FAGD 1989 Bill Chesser, DMD, MAGD Exhibits Chair: Bob DeShazer, DMD, MAGD 1988 A. Stephen Rouss, DMD, MAGD AV Chair: Bud Rogers, DMD, FAGD 1987 Don Shotts, DMD Display Chair: Gary Myers, DMD, MAGD 1986 William Gafford, DMD Brochure Design: Angela Gilliver 1985 Philip Timberlake, DMD 1984 Chalmus Strickland, DMD AGD Delegates 1983 William Wright, DMD, MAGD 1982 Barry Isenberg, DMD Bill Chesser, DMD, MAGD 1981 Jack McIntyre, DMD Gary Myers, DMD, MAGD 1980 Robert Lumpkin, DMD National Council Tim Brooks, DMD, MAGD 1979 Lyldon Strickland, DMD, MAGD Members: 1978 John Orr, Jr. DMD, MAGD Alternates: 1977 James Bailey, DMD Paul Bussman, DMD, FAGD Milton Essig, DMD 1976 J. Calvin McCulloh, DMD, MAGD Bill Chesser, DMD, MAGD Ray McLaughlin, DMD, FAGD 1975 Joseph Pullen, DMD Mike Edwards, DMD, MAGD 1974 William Bellande, DMD, MAGD Howard Gamble, DMD, MAGD 1973 J.E. Snead, DMD Gary Myers, DMD, MAGD 1972 John Gray, DMD Kenneth Suggs, DMD, FAGD ALAGD Committee Chairpersons Continuing Education: Charles Graffeo, DMD, MAGD Legislative: Gary Myers, DMD, MAGD Public Information: William Ingram, DMD, MAGD Membership: David Scott, DMD, FAGD Finance: Douglas Beckham, DMD, FAGD UAB SOD Liaison: Toni Neumeier, DMD, MAGD
  14. 14. Registration Form Name Fees: Postmarked by Postmarked by Postmarked Address May 29 Aug. 14 After Aug. 14 City State Zip AGD Member $435.00 $510.00 $540.00 Name on Badge AGD Member? Y N AGD Number First Time Attendee? Y N Non Member $565.00 $640.00 $680.00 Phone #( ) Other #( ) Email Address Retired Dentist $85.00 $85.00 $85.00 Please include an email address for your confirmation of registration and payment Staff Members Attending Dental Student $30.00 $50.00 $70.00 1st Year Practice $30.00 $50.00 $70.00 Children Attending Age Age Staff $95.00 $95.00 $95.00 Please include additional staff/children on a separate sheet of paper Spouse $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 Please reserve the following sessions: Number Attending New Member Application Fee: $ 2.00 $ Tuesday Dr.John Coke / Dr. Mike Edwards Staff Registration: Number of Staff X $95.00 $ 8:00AM-5:00PM The Medically Complex Patient and the Use of Minimal Sedation **First staff member must register at Dr. rate if the Dr. is not attending Tuesday Ms. Sally McKenzie Spouse Registration: $25.00 $ 8:00AM-12:00PM Lost Patients...How Dentists Lose Patients Everyday Spouse Name for Badge Tuesday Ms. Sally McKenzie **Spouse Registration must be paid to receive a badge 1:00PM-5:00PM Uncovering Practice Profit Killers Wednesday Dr. Sandra O’Neal / Dr. Michael Reddy Participation Fee Registration 8:00AM-5:00PM Dental Implants: Why, When, And How Dr. Vassilopoulis/Dr. Geisinger Perio Lab X $35.00 $ Wednesday Dr. Charles Blair Thursday CPR Hands On PM Number X $35.00 $ 8:00AM-12:00PM Focus on Profitability for the Efficient Practice Friday CPR Hands On AM Number X $35.00 $ Wednesday Dr. Charles Blair Dr. Nicholas Conte Prov. Restor. Lab. X $35.00 $ 1:00PM-5:00PM Stay Out of Jail: The Top Coding Errors Wednesday Dr. Philip Vassilopoulis Spouse Luncheon Friday $30.00 $ 8:00AM-12:00PM Periodontal Treatment for Hygienists TOTAL $ Wednesday Dr. Philip Vassilopoulis / Dr. Mia Geisinger 1:00AM-5:00PM Perio Hygiene Lab Participation Fee $35.00 We now accept Visa/Mastercard/AX/PersonalChecks Thursday Dr. Dan Nathanson Card Number 8:00AM-5:00PM Treatment Planning, Biomaterials, Prosthodontic Technology Expiration Date: Billing Zip Code Thursday Dr. Charles Blair 8:00AM-12:00PM Signature: Hygiene Economics Thursday Ms. Nancy Tomlin 8:00AM-12:00PM Rules Make Cents (Infection Control) Thursday Dr. Andrei Barasch 1:00PM-5:00PM Internal Medicine for Dental Staff Thursday Mr. Scott Herndon 1:00PM-5:00PM CPR Participation Fee $35.00 Friday Dr. Perng-Ru Liu Alabama Academy of General Dentistry’s Refund Policy 8:00AM-5:00PM Avoid Clinical Failures: Achieving Excellence......... Friday Dr. Robert Meador A full refund will be given if the cancellation request is received by e-mail or post- 8:00AM-12:00PM Am I Ready for Lasers? marked by 30 days prior to the beginning of the meeting. An administrative fee of Friday Dr. Nicholas Conte $50.00 will be charged if the cancellation request is received by e-mail or postmarked 8:00AM-12:00PM Rapid Esthetic Provisional Fabrication and Equilibration.......... between 29 to 8 days, inclusive, prior to the meeting. Pre-registration is considered Friday Dr. Nicholas Conte closed 7 days prior to the meeting and refund requests will not be made after this 1:00PM-5:00PM Provisional Restoration Lab Participation Fee $35.00 time. Friday Dr. Gaylon McCollough 1:00PM-3:00PM The Beautifully Balanced Life Any registrant denied a refund that has extenuating circumstances is eligible to ap- Friday Mr. Scott Herndon peal in writing to the Board of Directors for special consideration. The written request 8:00AM-12:00PM CPR $35.00 Fee Hands On must include details and any documentation of the extenuating circumstance and Friday Ms. Nancy Tomlin must be received within 30 days of the close of the meeting. 1:00PM-5:00PM Rules Make Cents (Infection Control) For Additional Information: I have read and understand the refund policy of the Alabama Academy of General Please complete entire registration form. Phone: 205.333.0460 Dentistry. Make checks payable and mail to: Fax: 205.333.0466 Alabama Academy of General Dentistry Toll Free: 888.243.2262 2723 Elberta Street www.alagd.org Doctor’s Signature Northport, AL 35475 angie4alagd@bellsouth.net
  15. 15. Housing Request/Hilton Sandestin Rate: $169.00 per night. Return reservation request to the Hilton Sandestin no later than Monday,August 9, 2010. Reserve your room early due to limited availability. AVAILABLE UPGRADES FOR ADDITIONAL COST SPA TOWER ACCOMMODATIONS EMERALD TOWER ACCOMMODATIONS EXECUTIVE BEACH VIEW $219.00 DELUXE BEACH VIEW $219.00 EXECUTIVE LANAI $269.00 DELUXE LANAI $319.00 EXECUTIVE BEACH FRONT $319.00 DELUXE FAMILY SUITE $369.00 AMBASSADOR SUITE $369.00 DELUXE BEACH FRONT-DBL BEDS $319.00 PRESIDENTIAL SUITE $669.00 DELUXE BEACH FRONT-KING BED $369.00 Name Group Alabama Academy of General Dentistry Address City State Zip Telephone( ) Arrival Day Date / / Departure Day Date / / Number of Rooms Circle Request: 1 King 2 Double Beds 2 Double Beds with bunk beds without bunk beds Check-In Time: 4:00 PM, Check-Out 11:00 AM $50 Early Departure Fee (for check-out prior to confirmed departure date) Advance Deposit of One Night’s Room and Tax is Required to Confirm Reservations NEW For 2010!! FREE INTERNET AND SELF-PARKING AT THE HILTON SANDESTIN TO ALL ALAGD REGISTRANTS!!!!! Method of Payment....(circle one) Check or Credit Card Visa MasterCard American Express Card Number Expiration Date / / Security Code on Card Signature Regional Jet Service: Okaloosa Regional Airport (VPS) Ground Transportation Services are available 24 hours at approx. $50.00 Send Form To: Hilton Sandestin, Attn: ALAGD Reservations, 4000 Sandestin Blvd. South, Destin, Florida 32550 Reservations On-Line Code: AGD www.sandestinresort.hilton.com 1.800.367.1271
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