Special Seminar “ The Components of Comprehensive Treatment Planning: Esthetics, Biology, Structure and Function MARIE VALENTINE LIM, DMD, MSD University of Pennsylvania University of Washington Nova Southeastern University V. Luna AFP Medical Center Dental Service Training School Col. Olympia Bldg. AFP Medical Center V. Luna Road, Quezon City November 16, 2009 12:30 – 4:00 PM ADI OFFICERS 2009-2011 Fellow Irma L. Parajas - President Fellow Aida H. Salcedo - President-Elect Fellow Maria Teresa D. Amador - Vice-President Fellow Ma. Cristina G. Garcia - Secretary Fellow Mary Marjorie Montalbo - Asst. Secretary Fellow Marilyn A. Leung - Treasurer Fellow Cecilia P. Ramos - Asst. Treasurer Fellow Ma. Rosario A. Damatac - Auditor Fellow Michelle S. Segarra - PRO Fellow Elisa G. Puzon - Director Fellow Marilou H. Sembrano - Director Fellow Ma. Edna M. Jimena - Director Fellow Ermelinda S. Galang - Ex-Officio Fellow Diampo J. Lim - Regent Fellow Natividad C. Gervasio - Vice-Regent Committee on Continuing Education and Research Fellow Armin G. Segarra - Chairperson Fellow Michelle S. Segarra - Chairperson Fellow Elaine P. del Rosario - Member Fellow Marie Antoniette R. Veluz - Member Fellow Iluminada L. Viloria - Member Fellow Anna Maria C. Dimanlig - Member Academy of Dentistry International Republic of the Philippines Section
Registration Fee: PhP 300.00 SHORT BIOGRAPHY Dr. Marie Valentine Lim is a prosthodontist in private practice devoted to restorative, cosmetic and implant rehabilitation in New Jersey. She received her DMD degree from the Univ. of Pennsylvania (Penn) and completed a rigorous graduate program in Prosthodontics at the Univ. of Washington. While continuing to treat patients in the clinic since 1993, she received faculty appointments at Penn and the Nova Southeastern University, teaching and mentoring pre-doctoral and post graduate level students on their way to becoming future dentists and specialists. She has served both as reviewer and published author in peer-reviewed journals, and conducted numerous lectures and seminars for practicing dentists and students in the US and abroad. COURSE OBJECTIVES : To present treatment planning considerations for the restorative patient and to develop guidelines to enhance clinical predictability. SYNOPSIS: Restorative challenges can be controlled and be made to be more predictable by planning the treatment out according to what the patient presents with. Identifying esthetic, biologic, structural or functional problems will influence the type of restoration you choose to provide for your patient. Diagnosing the problem is the key to a successful outcome.