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A Program of the Virginia Dental Association

SEPTEMBER 18-22, 2013

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Welcome to The Virginia Meeting It is with great pleasure that I invite you, your dental staff, and your family to the 2013 Virginia Meeting of the Virginia Dental Association. This year, The Homestead will be providing the finest in Southern hospitality and charm. Hot Springs offers many amenities and outdoor adventures in the natural beauty of the Allegheny Mountains. Championship golf courses, natural hot springs, spas, and scenic hiking combine current day luxuries with almost 250 years of history. The Homestead’s recent $25 million renovation includes upgrades to outdoor areas including pools, spas, and a lazy river for ultimate relaxation. This National Landmark has welcomed twenty-two US Presidents dating back to the 18th century. We are excited to return to The Homestead after several decades for our first joint Continuing Education and Governance Meeting in seven years. This promises to be a milestone year!

Dr. Vince Dougherty

Chair, Council On Sessions

Several experienced and respected speakers will be offering a full range of engaging continuing education courses. The lineup will bring inspiration, motivation, and knowledge to your practice. Bruce Christopher is sure to have everyone laughing until they cry with his dynamic delivery of practice relationships and office management. His courses explore the thinking styles of men and women, effective communication, and how our emotions and moods can influence our productivity. Dr. Mark Hyman will also give tips regarding performance advancements with his course exploring leadership and communication barriers. With over twenty years of practice management experience, he brings insight and opportunities for growth.

We are also happy to have Dr. Richard Wynn delivering his drugs and dentistry course. This course includes both conventional drugs and herbal supplements. He will also explore new drugs, antioxidants, as well as drug-induced pathology. Laney Kay is returning to add fun to your OSHA requirement. While introducing new infection control regulations and HIPAA guidelines, her course recognizes the importance of infection control for healthcare workers. Hygienists may want to learn more about systemic disease and how it relates to oral health or touch up on dental products with Rebecca Wilder. There is no shortage of hands on opportunities to round out your experience. With both a two day Endodontics lecture/hands on course and a full day bonding lecture/hands on course, the weekend is sure to get you moving. The agenda of speakers continues on. With exciting and intriguing topics, courses are sure to fill up quickly. Register early to reserve your place for this learning experience! The courses provide a well-rounded, attractive lineup that offers an overall unique experience. This year once you pay the registration fee there will be no fee for any lecture-based course. Be sure to take advantage of this great opportunity! If you enjoy golf, be certain to sign up for our Annual VDA Golf Tournament at the famous Cascades course on Wednesday. This mountain course is the location where Sam Snead launched his illustrious career and is rated #1 in Virginia by Golfweek. Many social events are planned for the meeting. We will have an opening reception in the exhibit hall Thursday night followed by a dinner with our own Dr. Chris Huff as Elvis. You may shake a leg if you wish! Do not miss our President’s Party Friday night honoring our President, Dr. Kirk Norbo. It is certain to be a country hoot! Our first Annual MOM Awards Dinner will be Saturday evening. Also, if you have time consider signing up for our skeet shooting competition. It will be interesting to know if the dental community has good aim. Take some time to review topics and courses which interest you, and maybe a few new uncharted territories. Everyone will find new opportunities in 2013. To ensure your course preference and benefit from reduced registration fees, don’t delay! As always, thank you for your support and patronage. We look forward to seeing you in September!

Making it Happen... Dr. Vince Dougherty, Chair Dr. Kit Sullivan Dr. Randy Norbo

Dr. Elizabeth Reynolds Dr. Cheryl Billingsley Dr. Gus Vlahos

Dr. Andrew Zimmer Pam Maciejewski

Dr. Ralph Howell Dr. Cassidy Turner

The Virginia Dental Association is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry. See each course description for the number of continuing education credits designated by the Virginia Dental Association.

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2013 Virginia Meeting - Complete Schedule of Events Wednesday, September 18, 2013 Code

Course Title

Speaker/Event Host

Time

Credits

Cost

n/a

Registration Open

VDA

10:00am - 5:00pm

0

various

n/a

VDA Board of Directors Meeting

VDA Board of Directors

7:00am-Noon

0

n/a

W32

Annual VDA Golf Tournament

VDA

12:30pm start

0

$195

n/a

VDA Board of Directors Dinner

VDA Board of Directors

6:30pm-9:00pm

0

n/a

Thursday, September 19, 2013 Code

Course Title

Speaker/Event Host

Time

Credits

Cost

n/a

Registration Open

VDA

7:00am-5:00pm

0

various

n/a

House of Delegates - Registration

VDA - House of Delegates

7:15am-8:00am

0

n/a

n/a

Business Meeting/HOD Opening Session

VDA - House of Delegates

8:00am-10:00am

0

n/a

T1

Common Sense Endodontics: Where Sophistication & Simplicty Meet

Dr. Barry Musikant

8:00am-11:00am

3

$0

T2

Blood, Spit, and Fears: A Painless OSHA Update

Laney Kay

8:30am-11:30am

3

$0

T5

Why Are Women So Strange and Men So Weird?

Bruce Christopher

9:00am-Noon

3

$0

n/a

Cascades Gorge Tour

VDA

9:30am

0

$31

n/a

Reference Committee Hearings

VDA

10:30am-Noon

0

n/a

T6

Boxed Lunch Pick Up

VDA

11:30am-2:00pm

0

$21

T8

Treatment Planning in the Esthetic Zone

Dr. James Wooddell & Dr. Joe Passaro

1:30pm-4:30pm

3

$0

n/a

Reference Committee Hearings

VDA

12:30pm-2:00pm

0

n/a

T9

Let’s Do It! SEO, Social Media and Online Marketing

Susan Richardson

2:00pm-5:00pm

3

$75

n/a

Town Hall w/ ADA President-Elect

Dr. Charles Norman

2:15pm-3:15pm

0

n/a

T10

Bambi vs. Godzilla

Bruce Christopher

2:00pm-5:00pm

3

$0

T11

Expanding Your Practice Through Early Childhood Dental Care

Dr. Tegwyn Brickhouse & Sarah B. Holland

3:30pm-5:00pm

1.5

$0

T33

Ping Pong Tournament

VDA

3:30pm-8:30pm

0

$15

n/a

Exhibit Hall Open

VDA

5:00pm-6:30pm

n/a

n/a

T12

Opening Reception

VDA

5:00pm-6:30pm

0

$0

n/a

ACD Dinner

ACD

6:30pm-10:00pm

0

n/a

T13/A

Dinner with Dr. Elvis Presley

VDA

6:30pm-9:00pm

0

$40/$20

Friday, September 20, 2013

2

Code

Course Title

Speaker/Event Host

Time

Credits

Cost

n/a

Registration Open

VDA

7:00am-5:00pm

0

various

F34

AGD Breakfast

AGD

7:00am-8:00am

0

$0

n/a

Exhibit Hall Open

VDA

8:00am-5:00pm

0

n/a

F14

Opening Session: The Psychology of Success: Secrets the Superstars...

Bruce Christopher

8:00am-9:00am

1

$0

n/a

VDA Election (Voting Station Open)

VDA

8:30am-2:00pm

0

n/a

F15

Products for Your Patients: How to Use and What to Choose!

Rebecca Wilder

9:30am-12:30pm

3

$0

F16

Creating Predictably Successful Endodontics - Part 1 (cost for both days)

Drs. Besner, Portell & Palmieri

9:30am-5:00pm

6

$195

n/a

Exhibitor Clinics

Various

9:30am-4:45pm

0

n/a

F17

360 Slam-Dunk Guide for Successful Teams

Dr. Mark Hyman

9:30am-5:00pm

6

$0

F18

Blood, Spit, and Fears: A Painless OSHA Update

Laney Kay

9:30am-12:30pm

3

$0

F7

Healthcare Provider CPR

Tidewater Center For Life Support

9:30am-1:30pm

4

$65

F19

Treating the Worn Dentition

Dr. James Wooddell & Dr. Joe Passaro

9:30am-5:00pm

6

$0

n/a

Cascades Gorge Tour

VDA

9:30am

0

$31

n/a

Skeet Shooting Tournament

VDA

10:00am Start

0

$117

2013 Virginia Meeting - Complete Schedule of Events Friday, September 20, 2013 - continued Code

Course Title

Speaker/Event Host

Time

Credits

Cost

F20

Are We Having Fun Yet? Humor and Peak Performance in the Dental...

Bruce Christopher

10:00am-1:00pm

3

$0

F21

Boxed Lunch Pick Up

VDA

11:30am-2:00pm

0

$21

F22

Gourmet Safari

VDA

11:00am-1:00pm

0

$55

F23

Lunch with Hall of Famer Darrell Green

Darrell Green

Noon-1:30pm

1

$50

F35

Pierre Fauchard Lunch

Pierre Fauchard Academy

Noon-1:30pm

0

$35

F25

Valuing or Purchasing an Existing Dental Practice

Stephen Trutter & Brian Cogan

2:00pm-5:00pm

3

$0

F27

Systemic Disease and Oral Health: News You Can Put Into Practice

Rebecca Wilder

2:00pm-5:00pm

3

$0

F46

Heartsaver CPR

Tidewater Center For Life Support

2:30pm-4:30pm

2

$50

n/a

16th District Meeting

16th District

4:30pm-5:30pm

0

n/a

F39

VDA New Dentist Reception

VDA

5:00pm-6:00pm

0

$0

F37

MCV/VCU Reception

MCV/VCU

5:30pm-7:00pm

0

$0

F36/A

President’s Party

VDA

7:00pm-10:00pm

0

$55/$30

Saturday, September 21, 2013 Code

Course Title

Speaker/Event Host

Time

Credits

Cost

n/a

Registration Open

VDA

7:00am-2:00pm

0

various

n/a

Exhibit Hall Open

VDA

8:00am-Noon

0

n/a

S38

ICD Breakfast

ICD

7:30am-8:30am

0

$30

S3-S4

Invisalign Clear Essentials One

Dr. Ben Miraglia

8:00am-5:00pm

8

$1695

S26

Healthcare Provider CPR

Tidewater Center For Life Support

8:00am-Noon

4

$65

n/a

VDA Election (Voting Station Open)

VDA

8:30am-2:00pm

0

n/a

S28

Hands of the Trained Are Easily Explained: Medical Emergencies in the...

Linda Cannon

8:30am-11:30am

3

$0

S29

Building a Successful Dental Practice

Stephen Trutter & Brian Cogan

9:00am-Noon

3

$0

S30

WOW! Complete Dentures In An Hour

Drs. Wallace, Alouf & Miller

9:00am-4:00pm

6

$0

S44

Composite Resins in Today’s General Practice - A Practical Review

Dr. Gary Radz

9:00am-Noon

3

$0

n/a

Cascades Gorge Tour

VDA

9:30am

0

$31

S31

Creating Predictably Successful Endodontics - Part 2 (cost for both days)

Drs. Besner, Portell & Palmieri

9:30am-5:00pm

6

incl.

S40

Drugs in Dentistry, Including Herbals and Natural Products

Dr. Richard Wynn

10:00am-5:00pm

6

$0

S41

Gourmet Safari

VDA

11:00am-1:00pm

0

$55

S42

Boxed Lunch Pick Up

VDA

11:30am-2:00pm

0

$21

S43

VDA Fellows Lunch

VDA Fellows

1:00pm-2:30pm

0

$45

S47

Composite Resins in Today’s General Practice (Part Two)

Dr. Gary Radz

1:30pm-4:30pm

3

$150

S45

1st Annual M.O.M. Awards Dinner

VDA Foundation

6:30pm-10:00pm

0

$50

Sunday, September 22, 2013 Code

Course Title

Speaker/Event Host

Time

Credits

Cost

n/a

House of Delegates Registration

VDA

7:15am-8:00am

0

n/a

SUN24

Past Presidents’ Breakfast

VDA

7:00am-8:00am

0

$0

n/a

Annual Business Meeting

VDA

8:00am-9:00am

0

n/a

n/a

House of Delegates Meeting

VDA

9:30am-Noon

0

n/a

n/a

VDA Board of Directors Meeting

VDA Board of Directors

12:15pm-2:00pm

0

n/a

3

Exhibit Floor Open 5:00pm-6:30pm

Thursday Common Sense Endodontics: Where Sophistication & Simplicity Meet Dr. Barry Musikant Course Code

T1

Time

8:00am-11:00am

Tuition

$0

Credits

3

Audience

D S A H O G LT

Lecture

The purpose of this lecture is to educate dentists on the most efficient and modern ways to perform endodontic instrumentation and obturation. There are several different endodontic systems on the market today. This course is intended to educate the dentists on the features and benefits of using engine-driven reciprocation to perform superior instrumentation. Dr. Musikant will also detail the different systems that are available to dentists today and help the dentist understand why engine driven reciprocation results in clinical excellence. Additionally, he will provide the dentist with common-sense solutions to endodontics that are easily incorporated into their practice while saving money.

Course Objectives • Learn endodontic instrumentation techniques that virtually eliminate instrument breakage • Learn the benefits of a system that can be used both manually and in a 30° enginedriven reciprocating handpiece • Learn to open canals to ensure that proper irrigation can take place • Learn to open canals to ensure that proper obturation can take place • Learn about a system that saves money because it can be used multiple times • Learn the benefits of a system that allows the dentist to differentiate between a solid wall and a tight canal • Learn a system that differentiates between round and oval canals • Learn techniques that widen canals without distorting them in the process

Sponsored By: Essential Dental Seminars

Blood, Spit, and Fears: A Painless OSHA Update Laney Kay Course Code

T2

Time

8:30am-11:30am

Tuition

$0

Credits

3

Audience

D S A H O G LT

Sponsored By: Drs. Whiston, Patterson, Corcoran

Lecture

Let’s face it...most OSHA training courses are anything but fun. Join us for a class that will change your mind forever. It’s fast, it’s informative, it’s fun, and it satisfies your annual OSHA requirements. We’ll cover the newest infection control and HIPAA guidelines, new disease information, and other relevant regulations. Course Objectives: • Understand regulatory concerns in the dental office • Understand the importance of standard precautions and the use of PPE in the dental office • Recognize the importance of the CDC’s infection control guidelines and training for the dental healthcare worker • Recognize the role of regulatory and risk management issues in dentistry • Identify strategies that can prevent occupational exposures to blood and body fluids, ALL without being put to sleep!

Audience Coding

A LT D O D OS GA LT D S A HD OS GA LT S G HD OS GA LTH H HD OS GA LT HD OS GA LTH O G LT 4

Dentist

Students

Dental Assistants

Hygienists

Office Staff

General Interest

Lab Technician

Exhibit Floor Open 5:00pm-6:30pm

Thursday

Why Are Women So Strange and Men So Weird? Bruce Christopher Course Code

T5

Time

9:00am-Noon

Tuition

$0

Credits

3

Audience

D S A H O G LT

Sponsored By:

Lecture

At the heart of any practice is relationships: between staff, patients, and doctors. It is no doubt that communication runs your office! This lecture takes a very humorous look at how men and women think, speak, and make decisions differently. Interpersonal effectiveness is a key factor in personal and practice success. Laugh and learn about men and women. While experiencing good healthy laughs, excellant content, and practical applications with a very high rate of retention. Course Objectives: • Explore how men and women think, speak, and decide differently • Apply strategies for increasing your communication effectiveness and success • Dazzle your patients by learning how to speak their language • Increase case acceptance rates

Drs. Shivar, Peluso & Andersen

Bambi vs. Godzilla

Lecture

Bruce Christopher Course Code

T10

Time

2:00pm-5:00pm

Tuition

$0

Credits

3

Audience

Sponsored By:

D S A H O G LT

Difficult people are everywhere! They can be patients, staff, doctors, almost anyone. This lecture course humorously reveals the six basic difficult personality styles that are out to drain you and your practice of vital energy. You will learn what they do, why they do it, and what you can do about it! Course Objectives: • Understand why people behave the way they do • Discover how to not react to reactive people • Increase skill level in dealing with difficult personality types • Develop strategies for empowering your communication style and moving negative behavior toward positive results

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Exhibit Floor Open 5:00pm-6:30pm

Thursday Treatment Planning in the Esthetic Zone Dr. James Wooddell & Dr. Joe Passaro Course Code

T8

Time

1:30pm-4:30pm

Tuition

$0

Credits

3

Audience A H O G LT D S A H O D GS LT

Lecture

Over the years, there has been an ever-increasing demand by the patient population for “cosmetic dentistry”. Some patients are simply wanting changes in tooth color, but often there are issues of crowding, tooth shape, tooth size, restorations that don’t match, “gummy” smiles, uneven gingival levels, dark triangles, diastemas, discolorations that can’t be bleached, asymmetries in tooth size or combinations of some or all of these. Analyzing and determining the patients’ treatment options can be a challenge. What’s more, communicating the diagnosis and treatment options can be even more time-consuming and challenging. This presentation will outline a Systematic Treatment Evaluation Protocol (STEP™) that ensures a thorough diagnosis and determination of the patient’s treatment choices. STEP directs the dentist toward a comprehensive understanding of the esthetic issues of the patient. It provides a framework for decision making and patient communication.

Sponsored By: Course objectives: • Understand the esthetic parameters used to determine ideal tooth position • Understand how the gingival frame determines tooth proportion and contour • Learn to use precision photography to determine a blueprint for ideal esthetic treatment • Learn a systematic treatment evaluation protocol that provides a framework for diagnosis and determining treatment options • Learn to effectively communicate treatment options to patients and dental laboratory technicians

Seaboard Dental Study Club

Let’s Do It! - Search Engine Optimization, Social Media, and Online Marketing Susan Richardson Course Code

T9

Time

2:00pm-5:00pm

Tuition

$75

Credits

3

Audience

D S A H O G LT

Sponsored By:

Hands On

Consumers spend 7.5 hours per month on Facebook. Social networking is the way current and prospective patients connect with the dental practice, sharing experiences with friends online. It’s time to place the dental practice where the patients are—online. Leave this hands-on session with the knowledge of how to interact with patients online. Course Objectives: • How to create and upload a YouTube video • Why a Facebook business page is important and how to get more “Likes” • How to keep your Facebook page fresh and interesting

Sesame Communications

Audience Coding

A LT D O D OS GA LT D S A HD OS GA LT S G HD OS GA LTH H HD OS GA LT HD OS GA LTH O G LT 6

Dentist

Students

Dental Assistants

Hygienists

Office Staff

General Interest

Lab Technician

Exhibit Floor Open 5:00pm-6:30pm

Thursday Expanding Your Practice Through Early Childhood Dental Care Dr. Tegwyn Brickhouse & Sarah Bedard Holland Course Code

T11

Time

3:30pm-5:00pm

Tuition

$0

Credits

1.5

Audience

D S A H O G LT

Sponsored By:

Lecture

This session will teach participants the unique clinical skills necessary to provide dental care to young children. The course will review effective strategies and techniques to help children and parents understand the importance of good oral health as well as the need for every child to have secure, ongoing care from a consistent provider (a dental home). Participants will gain a snapshot of the access issues facing Virginia and learn techniques to help build their dental practices. Teaching methods include lecture, role-play, and question and answer. Course Objectives • Review the importance of a pediatric dental home for very young children • Discuss methods to improve oral health outcomes for children • Review access issues facing Virginia • Discuss techniques that will help build a dental practice

7

7

Exhibit Floor Open 5:00pm-6:30pm 8:00am-5:00pm

Friday

The Psychology of Success: Secrets The Superstars Know Bruce Christopher Course Code

F14

Time

8:00am-9:00am Opening Session

Tuition

$0

Credits

1

Audience

D S A H O G LT

Sponsored By:

What do the superstars of success know that the rest of us do not? In this fast paced lecture, you will learn essential key ingredients to the science behind success. Why do some people just seem to rise to the top in their field? Why is it that some people have all the luck? You will learn how your E.Q. (Emotional Quotient) is more important than your I.Q. and how your attitude is more important than your latitude. Laugh and Learn! Course Objectives: • Learn how to transform your emotions into allies to help you achieve personal and professional goals • Learn how to “read” people more effectively and get better results • Learn how to manage impulses which threaten your achievement of goals • Apply the Psychology of Success which the “SuperStars” really know • Realize what your own Emotional Quotient is and how you can raise it higher

360 Slam-Dunk Guide for Successful Teams Dr. Mark Hyman Course Code

F17

Time

9:30am-5:00pm

Tuition

$0

Credits

6

Audience

D S A H O G LT

Sponsored By:

Lecture

Lecture

“Change is inevitable–growth is optional.” In this fast pasted, ever changing world, dental teams must commit to taking a serious look at every aspect of the practice. With a comprehensive feedback process you gain insight into your performance, which allows you to identify opportunities for growth. Learn how to diagnose, treatment plan, and deliver optimal care, whether single-tooth, quadrant, or full mouth rehabilitation. Enjoy this fast-paced, fun-filled, dynamic seminar that will super-charge your practice today! Course Objectives: • Understand the urgency to lead and re-align your practice today • Rank the doctor and the team in the 35 key leadership issues for peak performing teams • Consider key communication barriers, and how to overcome them • Learn how to blend high-tech and high touch relationship-based care

Audience Coding

A LT D O D OS GA LT D S A HD OS GA LT S G HD OS GA LTH H HD OS GA LT HD OS GA LTH O G LT 8

Dentist

Students

Dental Assistants

Hygienists

Office Staff

General Interest

Lab Technician

Exhibit Floor Open 5:00pm-6:30pm 8:00am-5:00pm

Thursday Friday Treating the Worn Dentition Dr. James Wooddell & Dr. Joe Passaro Course Code

F19

Time

9:30am-5:00pm

Tuition

$0

Credits

6

D S A H O Audience A H O G LT D GS LT

Sponsored By:

Lecture Worn dentition cases present special and unique challenges. It is imperative to properly diagnose the etiology of wear in order to assess the risk for anticipated dental restorations. In order to treat these cases effectively and predictably, a comprehensive plan must be developed. A thorough review of esthetic parameters and occlusion will give the practitioner the tools necessary to provide successful comprehensive esthetic and functional restorations. In addition, the adaptive processes that have resulted from tooth wear need to be understood in order to determine corrective repositioning of the dental and gingival structures. Periodontal and orthodontic procedures to accomplish the corrective repositioning of structures will be reviewed, as well as indications for which procedures to use. Having a system to approach wear cases eliminates the multiple frustrations surrounding diagnosis, treatment planning and execution of treatment. A Systematic Treatment Evaluation Protocol (STEP™) will be demonstrated that identifies patient esthetic parameters and determines the definitive tooth position for any wear case. You will learn how the STEP system provides an accurate and easily understood tool to develop treatment plans and communicate to the patient, thereby increasing patient treatment acceptance. Course objectives: • Learn the etiologies of wear–attrition, erosion and abrasion • Learn how to use STEP™ (Systematic Treatment Evaluation Protocol) to analyze the patient’s conditions and determine their treatment options • Understand occlusion and the envelope of function • Learn the six options for gaining restorative space • Understand the importance of using photographs and PowerPoint to develop treatment plans and communicate to the patient, members of the interdisciplinary team and the dental laboratory.

Are We Having Fun Yet? Humor and Peak Performance In the Dental Office Bruce Christopher Course Code

F20

Time

10:00am-1:00pm

Tuition

$0

Credits

3

Audience

D S A H O G LT

Sponsored By: Tidewater Dental Association/ Ferris-Donne Foundation

Lecture

As practices attempt to achieve their goals, no barriers are greater than attitude, self-esteem, and team enthusiasm. This humorous lecture will help your practice to leap from procrastinations and crash through comfort zones. Your team will learn how to make fears disappear, work together, move forward, and have fun doing it! Course Objectives: • Manage your mood even in difficult times • Increase your performance and productivity • Create a highly energized environment which fosters fun while promoting performance • Expand the confidence of your staff for increased responsibility, investment, and leadership

REGISTER ONLINE AT www.vadental.org/PRO

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Exhibit Floor Open 5:00pm-6:30pm 8:00am-5:00pm

Friday

Blood, Spit, and Fears: A Painless OSHA Update Laney Kay Course Code

F18

Time

9:30am-12:30pm

Tuition

$0

Credits

3

Audience

D S A H O G LT

Sponsored By:

Lecture

Let’s face it...most OSHA training courses are anything but fun. Join us for a class that will change your mind forever. It’s fast, it’s informative, it’s fun, and it satisfies your annual OSHA requirements. We’ll cover the newest infection control and HIPAA guidelines, new disease information, and other relevant regulations. Course Objectives: • Understand regulatory concerns in the dental office • Understand the importance of standard precautions and the use of PPE in the dental office • Recognize the importance of the CDC’s infection control guidelines and training for the dental healthcare worker • Recognize the role of regulatory and risk management issues in dentistry • Identify strategies that can prevent occupational exposures to blood and body fluids, ALL without being put to sleep!

Healthcare Provider CPR Tidewater Center for Life Support Course Code

F7

Time

9:30am-1:30pm

Tuition

$65

Credits

4

Audience

D S A H O G LT

Hands On This course is designed for the professional rescuer. A step above the Heartsaver course, it includes Adult and Infant CPR, one and two rescuer scenarios, and practice using the Automated External Defibrillator. Use of breathing barriers include the pocket mask, and Bag-Valve–Mask. Choking emergencies are covered for all age groups as well as rescue breathing. There is also a written and practical skill test with this course. Please dress comfortably for doing CPR on the carpeted floor. Certification is for 2 years and a certificate for CE is included. Course Objectives • Understanding the basic anatomy behind CPR skills • Recognize sudden illnesses and appropriate treatment • Demonstrate appropriate Adult, Child, and Infant CPR skills • Demonstrate other related CPR skills, such as rescue breathing, relieving an obstructed airway, and AED • Demonstrate an awareness of liability and scene safety

Audience Coding

A LT D O D OS GA LT D S A HD OS GA LT S G HD OS GA LTH H HD OS GA LT HD OS GA LTH O G LT 10

Dentist

Students

Dental Assistants

Hygienists

Office Staff

General Interest

Lab Technician

Exhibit Floor Open 5:00pm-6:30pm 8:00am-5:00pm

Thursday Friday Products for Your Patients: How to Use and What to Choose! Rebecca Wilder Course Code

F15

Time

9:30am-12:30pm

Tuition

$0

Credits

3

Audience

A O D SD AS H O LT G LT H G

Sponsored By: Johnson & Johnson

Lecture Dental hygiene professionals have seen a “boom” in homecare products and in-office treatment options for patients. Now more than ever, it is important for dental hygienists to be well-informed to help patients make decisions about their care. This course will present current therapeutic oral care products available to patients and discuss how the dental hygienist can evaluate effectiveness, safety, and appropriateness for individual patients. Product types include toothpastes, toothbrushes, interdental cleaning devices, antimicrobial rinses, bleaching products, oral malodor products, sensitivity agents, fluorides, demineralization/remineralization agents, local delivery products, and more. Course Objectives: • Discuss procedures to evaluate evidence of claims • Discuss commonly used products in dental hygiene practice and what to recommend to patients • List evidence based resource websites for patient and product information

Creating Predictably Successful Endodontics - Part One Dr. Edward Besner, Dr. Frank Portell, & Dr. David Palmieri Course Code

Friday F16, Saturday S31

Time

Friday & Saturday 9:30am-5:00pm

Tuition

$195 (This price includes Saturday’s Part Two)

Credits

*12 (two day course)

Audience

D S A H O G LT

*Course is limited to 25 participants. Registration is for both courses (Friday & Saturday) for a total of 12 CE Credits.

Sponsored By:

Brasseler USA Real World Endo

Lecture Hands On

Drs. Besner, Portell, and Palmieri will present a comprehensive two-day lecture and workshop series on the fundamentals of endodontics from diagnosis to obturation of the root canal system. A combination of lecture and valuable hands-on exercises, these courses will cover all up to date core concepts of endodontics. You will learn how to perform modern endodontic techniques both predictably and efficiently. Course Objectives: • Current diagnostic procedures and terms for endodontic disease • Understand the anatomy of root canals • Understand how file design influences the cleaning and shaping of canals • Canal irrigation protocol • How to prevent endodontic mishaps and file separation • Case difficulty assessment and when to refer • Principles of effective obturation Topics to be covered: • Diagnosis and case assessment • Essentials of root canal system anatomy • Rotary and non-rotary instruments • Access preparation • Cleaning and shaping the root canal system • Prevention and correction of endodontic failures • Obturation of the root canal system

REGISTER ONLINE AT www.vadental.org/PRO

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Exhibit Floor Open 5:00pm-6:30pm 8:00am-5:00pm

Friday Lunch with Hall of Famer Darrell Green Darrell Green Course Code

F23

Time

Noon-1:30pm

Tuition

$50

Credits

1

Audience

D S A H O G LT

Lecture

After spending twenty years running across a football field as a Cornerback for the Washington Redskins, Darrell Green now walks for his health. In this course, Green will explain how walking, and specifically using a program like WalkFitHealth, can improve not only your health, but also the health of everyone in your office. COURSE OBJECTIVES: • Discuss the obesity epidemic in our country and the diseases arising from it • Apply strategies for becoming active as an individual and as a team • Discover how WalkFitHealth changed the life of Darrell Green and thousands of others!

Sponsored By:

Systemic Disease and Oral Health: News You Can Put Into Practice Rebecca Wilder Course Code

F27

Time

2:00pm-5:00pm

Tuition

$0

Credits

3

Audience D SD AS H A O O LT G LT H G

Lecture

Research indicates that oral health may be closely related to systemic conditions. Dental hygienists need to stay current with information that is vital to a patient’s health and they also need to be proactive in their approach to treatment. This course will review the current evidence on oral and systemic conditions and discuss treatment strategies to incorporate into everyday practice. Specifically the course will include evidence for linkages between periodontal disease and diabetes, cardiovascular disease, adverse pregnancy outcomes, respiratory illness and more. Participants leave with information on etiology and assessment of periodontal disease and recommendations for best treatment strategies for patients who have a systemic complication or those who are at risk for disease. Also included are product recommendations for periodontal patients to improve oral health. Course Objectives: • Discuss the evidence for linkage in periodontal disease and various systemic conditions • Discuss current recommendations and guidelines related to clinical care of dental patients • Identify websites to obtain information about best practices when treating patients for oral-systemic disease • Discuss best practices for periodontal therapy and referral • Discuss evidence based therapies to use with patients who are at risk for or who have systemic complications

Sponsored By:

Audience Coding

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Dentist

Students

Dental Assistants

Hygienists

Office Staff

General Interest

Lab Technician

Exhibit Floor Open 5:00pm-6:30pm 8:00am-5:00pm

Thursday Friday

Valuing or Purchasing an Existing Dental Practice Stephen Trutter & Brian Cogan Course Code

F25

Time

2:00pm-5:00pm

Tuition

$0

Credits

3

Audience

D S A H O G LT

Lecture

This seminar has been designed to address concerns of both new doctors looking to purchase an existing practice and established doctors looking to sell an existing practice. Topics will include; contractual and regulatory issues, financial and tax aspects of buying and selling a practice and the financing your transaction. Invaluable insight and information will be shared to help you ensure a successful and profitable practice transition. Course Objectives • Avoid the pitfalls of buying or selling a practice in today’s market • Learn from experts specific to the dental industry • Investigate tax issues and planning tied to buying or selling

Sponsored By:

Heartsaver CPR

Hands On

Tidewater Center for Life Support Course Code

F46

Time

2:30pm-4:30pm

Tuition

$50

Credits

2

Audience

D S A H O G LT

This course includes skills developed for lay rescuers, teaching Adult CPR/AED, to be used until EMS arrives. After practice, the participant should be able to recognize the signs of a cardiac arrest and stroke, perform CPR and how to use the AED. The class includes information on helping a choking patient. The course is approximately 2 hours. Dress comfortably as skills are done on the floor. Certification is for 2 years and a certificate for CE is included. Course Objectives • Understand the basic anatomy behind CPR skills • Recognize sudden illnesses and appropriate treatment • Demonstrate appropriate Adult, Child, and Infant CPR skills

REGISTER ONLINE AT www.vadental.org/PRO

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Exhibit Exhibit Floor Floor Open Open 5:00pm-6:30pm 8:00am-Noon

Saturday Invisalign Clear Essentials I Dr. Ben Miraglia Course Code

S3 - Dentist S4 - Team Members (up to 8)

Time

Registration 7:00am8:00am, Course 8:00am5:00pm

Tuition

$1695*

Credits

8

Audience

D S A H O G LT

Hands On This one-day course is designed specifically for the general practitioner and team members that wish to incorporate the Invisalign® system into their practice. This case-based training provides participants with the clinical and operational confidence to successfully treat a range of highly predictable cases. In addition to providing your entire team with essential clinical, operational and marketing skills, the course presents a full range of support resources specifically designed to meet the needs of the non-orthodontic practice. Course Objectives: • Identify ideal case types for Invisalign® treatments • Integrate all aspects of the Invisalign® process into the practice • Use the software that depicts a virtual set up of your planned treatment • Find help and resources for additional information and training

*Tuition covers the doctor and up to 8 team members for the full-day course

WOW! Complete Dentures in an Hour! Dr. Lawrence Wallace, Dr. Stephen Alouf & Dr. Scott Miller Course Code

S30

Time

9:00am-4:00pm

Tuition

$0

Credits

6

Audience

D S A H O G LT

Lecture

With new materials and an innovative, easy-to-learn technique, you can fabricate complete dentures in one visit in about an hour, all without a lab. Used for complete dentures, immediate dentures and temporary implant overdentures, these techniques will help you attract new patients, expand your practice base, and increase your income. Course objectives: • Understand the indications and uses for the one hour denture • Learn the technique for a one-hour denture • Be able to incorporate the One-Step Denture into your practice

Sponsored By: Lab One

Audience Coding

A LT D O D OS GA LT D S A HD OS GA LT S G HD OS GA LTH H HD OS GA LT HD OS GA LTH O G LT 14

Dentist

Students

Dental Assistants

Hygienists

Office Staff

General Interest

Lab Technician

Exhibit Exhibit Floor Floor Open Open 5:00pm-6:30pm 8:00am-Noon

Thursday Saturday

Creating Predictably Successful Endodontics - Part Two Dr. Frank Portell, Dr. Edward Besner, & Dr. David Palmieri Course Code

Friday F16, Saturday S31

Time

Friday & Saturday 9:30am-5:00pm

Tuition

Included with Friday’s tuition. $195 cost is for both days.

Credits

*12 (two day course)

Audience

D S A H O G LT

*Course is limited to 25 participants. Registration is for both courses (Friday & Saturday) for a total of 12 CE Credits.

Sponsored By:

Brasseler USA Real World Endo

Hands On Drs. Besner, Portell, and Palmieri will present a comprehensive twoday lecture and workshop series on the fundamentals of endodontics from diagnosis to obturation of the root canal system. A combination of lectures and valuable hands-on exercises, these courses will cover all up to date core concepts of endodontics. You will learn how to perform modern endodontic techniques both predictably and efficiently. Course Objectives: • Current diagnostic procedures and terms for endodontic disease • Understand the anatomy of root canals • Understand how file design influences the cleaning and shaping of canals • Canal irrigation protocol • How to prevent endodontic mishaps and file separation • Case difficulty assessment and when to refer • Principles of effective obturation Topics to be covered: • Diagnosis and case assessment • Essentials of root canal system anatomy • Rotary and non-rotary instruments • Access preparation • Cleaning and shaping the root canal system • Prevention and correction of endodontic failures • Obturation of the root canal system

Drugs In Dentistry, Including Herbals and Natural Products Dr. Richard Wynn Course Code

S40

Time

10:00am-5:00pm

Tuition

$0

Credits

6

Audience

D S A H O G LT

Sponsored By: Oral Surgery of Tidewater - Drs. Ford, Guter & Rai, LTD Virginia Oral & Facial Surgery

Lecture

Lecture

Get the latest information on conventional drugs, herbal supplements and nutraceuticals having an impact on dental and dental hygiene practice. Our discussion will include new medical drugs, drug-induced osteonecrosis of the jawbone, antibiotic update, four newly approved blood thinners, herbal supplements, free radicals, reactive oxygen species, antioxidants, chocolate, red wine, Co-Q-10, Omega-3s, vitamin D, and dental herbal products. Additionally, we will cover the latest on reactice protien (RP) levels and the risk of heart attack as well as benefits of moderate alcohol consumption. Course Objectives: • List the most recent findings on cardio-protective aspirin and the management of patients on the new blood thinners • Describe the latest guidelines on antibiotic use, analgesic use; management of drug-induced osteonecrosis of the jaw • List the important antioxidants and herbal supplements and compare their health benefits • Describe the new findings on Omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D supplements, moderate alcohol consumption; describe the relationship between CRP, periodontal disease and risk of heart attack

REGISTER ONLINE AT www.vadental.org/PRO

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Exhibit Exhibit Floor Floor Open Open 5:00pm-6:30pm 8:00am-Noon

Saturday

Composite Resins in Today’s General Practice - A Practical Review (Part One) Dr. Gary Radz Course Code

S44

Time

9:00am-Noon

Tuition

$0

Credits

3

Audience

Lecture

Successful integration of composites into today’s general practice is critical. Patients now demand/expect that tooth-colored fillings can be provided. The current materials and techniques available can allow for the successful placement of highly esthetic and functionally successful composites in a reasonable period of time. This course allows for the attendee to become more knowledgeable and efficient with their implementation of resins into their restorative/esthetic practice.

D S A H O G LT

Please Note: It is recommended, but not required, that attendees take Dr. Radz - Part One, before attending Part Two.

Course Objectives: • Review of existing bonding systems • Discussion of isolation and matrix systems to increase predictability • Discussion of current composite resin technology, including current thoughts on layering vs. bulk-filled composites

Sponsored By:

Composite Resins in Today’s General Practice - A Practical Review (Part Two) Dr. Gary Radz Course Code

S47

Time

1:30pm-4:30pm

Tuition

$150

Credits

3

Audience

The implementation of composites into today’s practice requires that the clinician place these restorations efficiently with an excellent esthetic result. This hands-on course is designed to demonstrate the application of composite resins, both anterior and posterior, using the most current materials and techniques to help clinicians improve the level of their final restorations.

D S A H O G LT

Please Note: It is recommended, but not required, that attendees take Dr. Radz - Part One, before attending Part Two.

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Hands On

Course Objectives: • Review of different matrix systems for both anterior and posterior composites • Practice the application of layering composite to achieve desired final results • Demonstrate the difference between bulk filled and conventionally filled posterior composites • Discuss and practice the finishing and polishing sequence for composite restorations

Steven G. Forte, D.D.S. Harold J. Martinez, D.D.S. Ronald N. Vranas, D.D.S. Madelyn G. Gambrel, D.D.S. Steven J. Barbieri, D.D.S. Timothy J. Finkler, D.D.S. American Association of Endodontists

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Audience Coding

A LT D O D OS GA LT D S A HD OS GA LT S G HD OS GA LTH H HD OS GA LT HD OS GA LTH O G LT 16

Dentist

Students

Dental Assistants

Hygienists

Office Staff

General Interest

Lab Technician

Exhibit Exhibit Floor Floor Open Open 5:00pm-6:30pm 8:00am-Noon

Thursday Saturday Healthcare Provider CPR Tidewater Center for Life Support Course Code

S26

Time

8:00am-Noon

Tuition

$65

Credits

4

Audience

D S A H O G LT

Hands On This course is designed for the professional rescuer. A step above the Heartsaver course, it includes Adult and Infant CPR, one and two rescuer scenarios, and practice using the Automated External Defibrillator. Use of breathing barriers include the pocket mask, and Bag-Valve–Mask. Choking emergencies are covered for all age groups as well as rescue breathing. There is also a written and practical skill test with this course. Please dress comfortably for doing CPR on the carpeted floor. Certification is for 2 years and a certificate for CE is included. Course Objectives • Understanding the basic anatomy behind CPR skills • Recognize sudden illnesses and appropriate treatment • Demonstrate appropriate Adult, Child, and Infant CPR skills • Demonstrate other related CPR skills, such as rescue breathing, relieving an obstructed airway, and AED • Demonstrate an awareness of liability and scene safety

Building A Successful Dental Practice Stephen Trutter & Brian Cogan Course Code

S29

Time

9:00am-12:00pm

Tuition

$0

Credits

3

Audience

Sponsored By:

D S A H O G LT

Lecture

Starting a practice? How do you determine the right location if you are starting up? What’s the secret to obtain financing? What should your first office “build out” team look like? What should you expect in the first few years of practice ownership and how should you market yourself? Buying a practice? What size practice is right for you? Is “profitability” the appropriate gauge of practice success? What other metrics should you consider to ensure a winning practice? This seminar will guide you through the process of practice ownership and educate you on everything you need to know to make sure you make the best practice decision. Course Objectives : • Learn how early planning can lead to a successful practice • Determine whether to purchase an existing dental practice or start a new one • Understand practice financing options and develop a business plan • Avoid the pitfalls of buying a practice in today’s market

REGISTER ONLINE AT www.vadental.org/PRO

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Exhibit Exhibit Floor Floor Open Open 5:00pm-6:30pm 8:00am-Noon

Saturday

Lecture

Hands of the Trained Are Easily Explained: Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office Linda Cannon Course Code

S28

Time

8:30am-11:30am

Tuition

$0

Credits

3D S A H O G LT

Audience

Sponsored By:

McPhillips Roberts Deans

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PLC

Certified Public Accountants & Business Advisors

This course is designed to help the office prepare their staff to act on a medical emergency. Attendees will learn to handle a medical emergency with the skill and confidence needed to get the patient into a higher standard of care. Participants will also learn the importance of a detailed timeline. We will go over the required Medical Protocol as well as understanding the whereabouts of your equipment. Additionally, we address the need for office policies and safety procedures to guide the staff during a medical emergency. Attendees will review practice scenarios which should take place at all dental offices on a continuing basis. Finally, we will address the proper breakdown of your room after a medical emergency. Course Objectives: • Describe the legal implications for helping your staff member or your patient • In addition to recognizing the signs and symptoms, you will learn the steps to treat the most common medical emergencies • Learn how to incorporate the “TimeLine” into your monthly practice scenarios • Navigate through the Virginia Board of Dentistry’s Notice and Order - this you will NOT want to miss!

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Robert E. Sullivan, Jr. Senior Vice President Wealth Advisor 901 East Byrd Street / Suite 2000 Richmond, VA 23219 804-644-1187 • 1-800-488-9888 804-644-1187

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With savings exclusively for VDA members, the VDA Services endorsed vendors not only save you money but many of them also provide a   valuable source of non‐dues revenue.  This allows the VDA to keep your dues as low as possible while also saving you money.  Since the   incep�on of the program, the VDSC has provided over $2.5 Million to the VDA and its related en��es — that is some serious dues savings!  VDA Services is a service mark of the Virginia Dental Associa�on.  VDA Services is a program brought to you by the Virginia Dental Services Corpora�on, a for‐prot subsidiary of the Virginia Dental Associa�on. 

IMPORTANT In order to be granted access to any CE course or receive credit for any CE course, you must be registered for the course. You may make changes to your registration at any time prior to the start of the course, but in keeping with ADA CERP standards, you must be registered for a course in order to be allowed to enter.

Registration Checklist So you’ve registered for the Virginia Meeting – great! To be sure that your stay at The Homestead is the very best it can be, we encourage you to think about the following things for yourself, your staff, and your family. Have you made dining reservations? See pg. 34 for more details & call 1-800-838-1766, option 4. Have you made activity reservations? Visit www.thehomestead.com for details & call 1-800-838-1766, option 4. Remind your friends and colleagues to register for the Virginia Meeting! We’ll see you in Hot Springs in September!

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Important Registration Information PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING IMPORTANT INFORMATION PRIOR TO COMPLETING YOUR REGISTRATION.

Refund and Cancellation Policy: All refunds must be submitted in writing. Conference badges and materials must accompany request. All refunds are subject to a 20% per registration fee that will be processed within 15 business days to the primary registrant. Refunds will be processed back via the original method of payment within 10 business days for receipt of request. Dentist Registration: Dentists must register as dentists.  If registering as a VDA member, membership dues must be paid in full prior to registering.  To pay your dues or to inquire about membership status, contact Leslie Pinkston at the VDA. 804-5232189. YOU MUST REGISTER FOR ALL EVENTS/SESSIONS WHICH YOU PLAN TO ATTEND. Each conference badge will contain a bar code, which tracks all courses and events that you have registered for. Upon entrance to any course or event, your badge will be scanned. By doing so, we are able to eliminate the need for any tickets, as well as track CE credits for each attendee. You may make changes to your registration at any time. If changes are made onsite, VDA staff will print a new badge for you so that the barcode reflects these changes. Registration Materials: Badges and tickets will be mailed to registrants who register on or before the August 30, 2013 deadline. However, unlike in previous years, you will NOT receive registration materials until 1-2 weeks before the meeting. This will allow you to edit your registration preferences during the entire pre-registration period. Open your registration envelope immediately to ensure badges and materials are correct. Each registrant will receive his or her own registration packet via US Mail. Materials for registrants outside the US will be held for pick-up under the registrant’s name at the VDA registration desk. Badge Reprint Fee: Duplicate registration packets or badge request may be subject to a $25 per person fee. Please keep your registration materials in a safe place to avoid this fee. **This fee will NOT apply for badges reprinted due to a change made to your registration onsite.** Non-Solicitation Policy: With the exception of exhibitors operating within their designated booth space, no attendee, exhibitor, or speaker may solicit business on the exhibit floor or in any other Virginia Meeting area. Violation of this policy will result in expulsion form the conference. Classroom Comfort: Per fire codes, once a course is full, attendees will not be allowed to sit on the floor or bring chairs in from other rooms. Lecture space is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. No children are permitted in lectures or workshops. Set electronic devices to “silent” during courses. Course Disclaimer: The VDA makes every effort to present high caliber speakers in their respective areas of expertise. Speaker presentations in no way imply endorsement of any product, technique, or service presented. The VDA specifically disclaims responsibility for any materials presented. Speakers may be subject to change due to circumstances beyond our control. Onsite Registration Hours: Thursday, September 19, 2013: 7:00am-5:00pm Friday, September 20, 2013: 7:00am-5:00pm Saturday, September 21, 2013: 7:00am-2:00pm

Virginia Meeting Mailing List Opt Out:

The Virginia Meeting will be compiling a mailing list of attendees. The lists will include only mailing addresses provided to the Virginia Meeting when you register. Lists will be available to any Virginia Meeting Exhibitor for a small fee. These lists are strictly to be used to send out pre-conference promotions to you. If you would like to opt out of this mailing list, simply select opt-out on the registration form in the brochure. Note: This mailing list is strictly information provided to the VDA during meeting registration. It is entirely separate from our membership database.

SAVE Money Save money by registering during our “Early Bird” Registration

Any attendee who registers on or before June 30, 2013 will automatically receive our early-bird pricing discount. Please be aware that your registration must be at Custom Registration, the VDA Central Office, or completed online by June 30, 2013 to receive the discount. Post marked registration will not be accepted under this pricing so please allow ample time if you choose to mail your registration.

Virginia Dental Association (VDA) - Guidelines Regarding Commercial Support and Conflict of Interest

The VDA, in planning continuing education programming for the Virginia Meeting, will adhere to the following policies: 1. Program topic selection will be based on perceived needs for professional information and not the purpose of endorsing specific commercial drugs, materials, products, treatments, or services. 2. Funds received from commercial sources in support of any educational programs shall be unrestricted and the Council on Sessions shall retain exclusive rights regarding the selection of presenters, instructional materials, program content and format, etc. 3. Any and all commercial support received shall be acknowledged in program announcements, brochures, and the on-site program. 4. Commercial support shall be limited to: (a). the payment of reasonable honoraria (b). reimbursement of presenters’ out of pocket expenses; and (c). the payment of the cost of modest meals or social events held as part of an education activity. 5. Presenters shall be instructed to avoid recommending or mentioning any specific product by its trade name, using generic terms whenever possible. When reference is made to a specific product by its trade name, reference shall also be made to competitive products. 6. Speakers will be required to disclose any potential bias to commercial supporters of any activity related to the Virginia Meeting.

The Virginia Dental Association (VDA) shall:

1. Be responsible for the content, quality, and scientific integrity of all CE activities. 2. Assure that presentations give a balanced view of all therapeutic options. 3. Assure that commercial exhibits do not influence planning nor interfere with the presentation of CE activities. 4. Be responsible for making ultimate decision regarding funding arrangements for CE. 5. Assure that commercially supported social events at CE activities do not compete with not take precedence over, the educational events. 6. Have a policy on conflict of interest and assure that all CE activities conform to this policy.

Free Course Policy CHANGE

IMPORTANT: The VDA is pleased to offer many courses at the Virginia Meeting free with your registration cost. We are also delighted to offer the service of tracking all CE credit that you receive at the Virginia Meeting. This has led to some changes. Please read the following policy carefully. In order to receive CE credit, you must: •

Register for the course. In the past, attendees had the option of attending free courses without registering for them, provided that there were remaining seats available 10 minutes prior to the course. Starting this year, you MUST register for any course that you plan to attend. This will allow you to earn CE credit for your time in the course.

Check in with the course monitor. Upon entrance, present your badge and the course monitor will scan it. All registered attendees will be granted immediate access to the course. If you are not registered, you will be asked to return to the registration table where you will be allowed to register if the course has space available. Please wear your badge at all times while in the conference center or at Virginia Meeting events as this badge will be used as your “ticket” to all courses and events.

A record of your total Virginia Meeting CE credit will be mailed to you within 10 business days following the meeting.

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Registration How to Register:

**PLEASE NOTE: You MUST register for any course, activity, or event you would like to attend in order to be granted access. We have made substantial upgrades to our registration process! Starting this year, all CE records will be recorded electronically and sent to you immediately following the Virginia Meeting! We will also be eliminating paper tickets by scanning all attendees into courses using a barcode printed on each badge. We recommend that you pre-register in order to guarantee space in your preferred course, activity, or event. Onsite registration will still be available and you may make changes to your registration at any time during the pre-registration period or once you arrive at The Homestead. We are thrilled about this opportunity and feel confident that it will enhance your Virginia Meeting experience!

Online:

Visit www.vadental.org/pro to register. We recommend this method as it provides you with a quick easy way to register your dental team for the Virginia Meeting. You will receive an email confirmation of your registration – and you may log back in at any time and easily make changes to your registration (This is a change from our previous system, which required you to contact VDA staff to make changes after your initial registration was processed).

By Phone:

Call 1-877-205-1943 between 9:00am-6:00pm EST. Representatives from Custom Registration will be standing by to assist you at any time. For this method, payment can only be processed by credit card.

By Fax:

Fax your registration to 817-277-7616 and the staff at Custom Registration will be happy to process this for you. *Please include all credit card information (VISA, MasterCard, or American Express). *Please print clearly.

By Mail:

Mail your registration form and payment to: The Virginia Meeting c/o Custom Registration 2020 E. Randol Mill Rd., Suite 307 Arlington, TX 76011 *Please include all credit card information (VISA, MasterCard, or American Express). *Make checks payable to The Virginia Dental Association. *Please print clearly.

Questions?

*Call us at (804) 288-5750 *Email Carter Lyons, Director of CE and the Virginia Meeting at lyons@vadental.org

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Please use the next 2 pages to register for the 2013 Virginia Meeting. Please note that EACH registrant will require a SEPARATE form. Please feel free to make copies of this form as needed.

Registration Type

On/Before June 30

July 1- Onsite August 30 Sept 18-22

First Time Attendee Dentist

$160

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$260

VDA Member Dentist

$245

$295

$345

ADA Dentist (non-VDA)

$345

$395

$445

Local District Member Dentists (4th, 6th, 16th Districts)

$245

$295

$345

VDA Member Dentist (1st year out of dental school)

$47

$60

$73

NON Member Dentist

$530

$565

$600

Active Military Dentist (non-VDA)

$245

$295

$345

ODDS Member (non-VDA)

$245

$295

$345

Retired Life VDA Member

$0

$0

$0

Assistant - VDAA Member

$55

$60

$65

Assistant - Non-VDAA Member

$65

$70

$75

Spouse/Guest of Registrant

$30

$35

$40

I would like to be grouped in a team with the following players:

Guest (ages 12 and under)

$7

$10

$12

Student (Dental, Hygiene, Assisting)

$0

$0

$0

______________________________________

Office Staff

$55

$60

$65

Lab Technician

$55

$60

$65

Hygienist - VDHA, CDHA Member

$80

$85

$90

Hygienist - Non-VDHA, Non-CDHA Member

$85

$90

$95

Exhibitor

$0

$0

$0

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VDA Golf Tournament

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Ms.

Dr.

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Thursday

WED

Please register for any course, activity, or event you would like to attend in order to be granted access.

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Code

Course Title

Speaker/Event Host

Time

Credits

Cost

W32

Annual VDA Golf Tournament (see additional info - above)

VDA

12:30pm start

0

$195

Code

Course Title

Speaker/Event Host

Time

Credits

Cost

T1

Common Sense Endodontics: Where Sophistication & Simplicty Meet

Dr. Barry Musikant

8:00am-11:00am

3

$0

T2

Blood, Spit, and Fears: A Painless OSHA Update

Laney Kay

8:30am-11:30am

3

$0

T5

Why Are Women So Strange and Men So Weird?

Bruce Christopher

9:00am-Noon

3

$0

T6

Boxed Lunch - Circle Type: Club Ham Roast Beef Veggie None

VDA

11:30am-2:00pm

0

$21

T8

Treatment Planning in the Esthetic Zone

Dr. James Wooddell & Dr. Joe Passaro

1:30pm-4:30pm

3

$0

T9

Let’s Do It! SEO, Social Media and Online Marketing

Susan Richardson

2:00pm-5:00pm

3

$75

T10

Bambi vs. Godzilla

Bruce Christopher

2:00pm-5:00pm

3

$0

T11

Expanding Your Practice through Early Childhood Dental Care

Dr. Tegwyn Brickhouse & Sarah B. Holland

3:30pm-5:00pm

1.5

$0

T33

Ping Pong Tournament

VDA

3:30pm-8:30pm

0

$15

T12

Opening Reception

VDA

5:00pm-6:30pm

0

$0

T13

Dinner with Dr. Elvis Presley - Adult

VDA

6:30pm-9:00pm

0

$40

T13A

Dinner with Dr. Elvis Presley - Child Ticket (ages 6-12)

VDA

6:30pm-9:00pm

0

$20

Saturday

Friday

Registration Form (Page 2 of 2) Code

Course Title

Speaker/Event Host

Time

Credits

Cost

F34

AGD Breakfast

AGD

7:00am-8:00am

0

$0

F14

Opening Session: The Psychology of Success: Secrets the Superstars...

Bruce Christopher

8:00am-9:00am

1

$0

F15

Products for Your Patients: How to Use and What to Choose!

Rebecca Wilder

9:30am-12:30pm

3

$0

F16

Creating Predictably Successful Endodontics - Part 1 (cost for both days)

Drs. Besner, Portell & Palmieri

9:30am-5:00pm

6

$195

F17

360 Slam-Dunk Guide for Successful Teams

Dr. Mark Hyman

9:30am-5:00pm

6

$0

F18

Blood, Spit, and Fears: A Painless OSHA Update

Laney Kay

9:30am-12:30pm

3

$0

F7

Healthcare Provider CPR

Tidewater Center For Life Support

9:30am-1:30pm

4

$65

F19

Treating the Worn Dentition

Dr. James Wooddell & Dr. Joe Passaro

9:30am-5:00pm

6

$0

F20

Are We Having Fun Yet? Humor and Peak Performance in the Dental...

Bruce Christopher

10:00am-1:00pm

3

$0

F21

Boxed Lunch - Circle Type: Club Ham Roast Beef Veggie None

VDA

11:30am-2:00pm

0

$21

F22

Gourmet Safari

VDA

11:00am-1:00pm

0

$55

F23

Lunch with Hall of Famer Darrell Green

Darrell Green

Noon-1:30pm

1

$50

F35

Pierre Fauchard Lunch

Pierre Fauchard Academy

Noon-1:30pm

0

$35

F25

Valuing or Purchasing an Existing Dental Practice

Stephen Trutter & Brian Cogan

2:00pm-5:00pm

3

$0

F27

Systemic Disease and Oral Health: News You Can Put Into Practice

Rebecca Wilder

2:00pm-5:00pm

3

$0

F46

Heartsaver CPR

Tidewater Center For Life Support

2:30pm-4:30pm

2

$50

F39

VDA New Dentist Reception

VDA

5:00pm-6:00pm

0

$0

F37

MCV/VCU Reception

MCV/VCU

5:30pm-7:00pm

0

$0

F36

President’s Party Adult

VDA

7:00pm-10:00pm

0

$55

F36A

President’s Party Child

VDA

7:00pm-10:00pm

0

$30

Code

Course Title

Speaker/Event Host

Time

Credits

Cost

S38

ICD Breakfast

ICD

7:30am-8:30am

0

$30

S3

Invisalign Clear Essentials One - Dentist

Dr. Ben Miraglia

8:00am-5:00pm

8

$1695

S4

Invisalign Clear Essentials One - Staff (8 staff admitted for free w/ S2)

Dr. Ben Miraglia

8:00am-5:00pm

8

incl.

S26

Healthcare Provider CPR

Tidewater Center For Life Support

8:00am-Noon

4

$65

S28

Hands of the Trained Are Easily Explained: Medical Emergencies in the...

Linda Cannon

8:30am-11:30am

3

$0

S29

Building a Successful Dental Practice

Stephen Trutter & Brian Cogan

9:00am-Noon

3

$0

S44

Composite Resins in Today’s General Practice - A Practical Review

Dr. Gary Radz

9:00am-Noon

3

$0

S30

WOW! Complete Dentures In An Hour

Drs. Wallace, Alouf & Miller

9:00am-4:00pm

6

$0

S31

Creating Predictably Successful Endodontics - Part 2 (cost for both days)

Drs. Besner, Portell & Palmieri

9:30am-5:00pm

6

incl.

S40

Drugs in Dentistry, Including Herbals and Natural Products

Dr. Richard Wynn

10:00am-5:00pm

6

$0

S41

Gourmet Safari

VDA

11:00am-1:00pm

0

$55

S42

Boxed Lunch - Circle Type: Club Ham Roast Beef Veggie None

VDA

11:30am-2:00pm

0

$21

S43

VDA Fellows Lunch

VDA Fellows

1:00pm-2:30pm

0

$45

S47

Clinical Applications of Composite Resins - Learning Predictabilty...

Dr. Gary Radz

1:30pm-4:30pm

3

$150

S45

1st Annual M.O.M. Awards Dinner

VDA Foundation

6:30pm-10:00pm

0

$50

I am attending the “1st Annual M.O.M. Awards Dinner” and would like to make a donation to the VDA Foundation.

SUN

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$300

Code

Course Title

Speaker/Event Host

Time

Credits

Cost

SUN24

Past Presidents’ Breakfast

VDA

7:00am-8:00am

0

$0

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Registration Events

Wednesday

Annual VDA Golf Tournament In Memory of Dr. Donald Martin Date

Wednesday

Event Code

W32

Time

12:30pm Shotgun Start

Cost

$195

Location

Cascades Course at The Homestead Resort

Fee: $195 per player (This includes a boxed lunch and two drink tickets.) It is recommended that you bring cash to participate in the traditional tournament contests. Proceeds from these contests will go to the VDA Foundation. **Shuttle Information: The course is located within a few minutes’ driving distance of the hotel itself. The Homestead provides a shuttle (your resort charge allows you access to the shuttle at no cost) to transport players to and from the course. Tournament participants need to meet at the Old Course (located at the hotel) to catch the shuttle. Following the tournament, participants will be returned by shuttle to this same location.

Thursday Ping Pong Tournament Date

Thursday

Event Code

T33

Time

3:30pm-8:30pm

Cost

$15

Location

The Homestead

First EVER VDA Ping Pong Tournament!!! Join your colleagues and fellow attendees in a sport that opened China after thirty years of isolation!! It’s FUN, CHALLENGING, FRUSTRATING, and GREAT EXERCISE!! The tournament will be held on Thursday, September 19th from 3:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. (or as long as it takes to determine a champion!)

We will have a single or double elimination tournament depending on the number of participants. Registration is only $15. Refreshments and snacks will be provided as well as paddles and balls. There will be prizes too! You may bring your favorite paddle if you wish. For more information, contact Dr. Bud Zimmer at (757) 491-5070. So come on out and take out all your frustrations on that celluloid ball! It’s going to be great fun and you’ll be making VDA history!!

Thursday

Cascades Gorge Tour Date

Thursday

Event Code

n/a

Time

9:30am

Cost

$31

Location

The Homestead

Don’t miss one of the most popular activities at The Homestead. On this tour, you’ll be led by a naturalist through a series of beautiful waterfalls alongside a deep Allegheny Mountain trail. Learn about flora, fauna, local birds and edible plants. It’s a two-mile hike and one of the most beautiful in the region. Cost is $31 per person. • Advanced reservations required by The Homestead 1-800-838-1766, option 4

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Registration Events Town Hall with ADA President-Elect Dr. Charles Norman Date

Thursday

Event Code

n/a

Time

2:15pm-3:15pm

Cost

$0

Location

The Homestead

Thursday

Please join ADA President-Elect Dr. Chuck Norman for a dialogue about current issues in dentistry. Dr. Norman will be able to provide insight from the ADA as well as answers to questions that you may have.

Thursday Opening Reception

®

Date

Thursday

Event Code

T12

Time

5:00pm-6:30pm

Cost

$0

Location

The Homestead

Sponsored by:

Join us in the exhibit hall for a chance to unwind and catch up with friends and colleagues after a day of continuing education and meetings! There will be food, free margaritas, and it will be your first chance to see what our vendors have to offer for the 2013 meeting! Our many exhibitors have quite a bit to showcase – new products, meeting specials, prizes, and giveaways. Don’t miss out on a great opportunity!

New England Handpiece Repair

Thursday ACD Dinner Date

Thursday

Event Code

n/a

Time

6:30pm-10:00pm

Cost

n/a

Location

The Homestead

The Virginia Section of the American College of Dentists will host their annual dinner on Thursday, September 19, 2013 from 6:30pm-10:00pm. Members of the College will receive additional information and a separate registration from the VACD for this event.

Sorry, no onsite registration for this event. Only members of this group can attend this event.

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Registration Events Thursday

Dinner with Dr. Elvis Presley Date

Thursday

Event Code

T13 Adult, T13 A Child

Time

6:30pm-9:00pm

Cost

$40

Location

The Homestead

What if Elvis had been a singing dentist?? Get out of your seat and dance off your dessert to the rhythms of Dr. Presley (your lovin’ DDS) and “Bluevelvis”. The backbeat will boogie your feet - the rock n roll will woogie your soul! Fun and memories for the whole family!

Sponsored by: Appolonia Dental Study Club HNGRI Labs

Friday

Skeet Shooting Tournament Date

Friday

Event Code

n/a

Time

10:00am Start

Cost

$117

Location

The Homestead Gun Club

We are excited to inform those members who are planning on attending the Virginia Meeting in September of an opportunity to socialize and compete in the VDA Skeet Shooting Tournament to be held at The Homestead Sporting Club. The Sporting Club is one of the premier shooting venues on the East Coast and is uniquely situated overlooking the beautiful Allegheny Mountains. The tournament will consist of 50 targets per participant with prizes awarded to the high overall individual and high overall team (4 people per team). There are a limited number of spots available and must be reserved by calling 1-800-838-1766, option 4. The tournament slots are available starting at 10:00am on Friday, September 20th. The fee associated with this event is $117.00 per person which includes gun rental, ammo, all safety equipment and the tournament fee charged by The Homestead. If you desire to bring your own equipment and ammunition, a reduced rate will be given and should be requested when making your reservation. Individuals who are not part of a team will be able to compete in the individual competition. Reserve a spot for yourself and your team soon as these reserved slots will fill quickly. We look forward to safe and fun shooting in magnificent Hot Springs, Virginia! • Advanced reservations required by The Homestead 1-800-838-1766, option 4

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Registration Events Friday

AGD Breakfast Date

Friday

Event Code

F34

Time

7:00am-8:00am

Sorry, no onsite registration for this event.

Cost

$0 to AGD Members

Location

The Homestead

Only members of this group can attend this event.

Enjoy breakfast with your fellow AGD members.

Friday Cascades Gorge Tour Date

Friday

Event Code

n/a

Time

9:30am

Cost

$31

Location

The Homestead

Don’t miss one of the most popular activities at The Homestead. On this tour, you’ll be led by a naturalist through a series of beautiful waterfalls alongside a deep Allegheny Mountain trail. Learn about flora, fauna, local birds and edible plants. It’s a two-mile hike and one of the most beautiful in the region. Cost is $31 per person. • Advanced reservations required by The Homestead 1-800-838-1766, option 4

Friday

Gourmet Safari Date

Friday

Event Code

F22

Time

11:00am-1:00pm

Cost

$55

Join The Homestead’s Executive Chef Sean O’Connell for a delicious trip through the resort’s culinary venues.

Wine Room with Sommelier & Executive Chef O’Connell - Meet and greet in the wine room with Location The Homestead - Wine introductions and explanation of the resort’s wine Room program and snippets of wine consumption, oldest wines, etc. Tastings: Artisan Cheese (Brie, Cheddar, Edam, Emmethaler, Dry Jack & Gouda Cheese; Crusty Bread, Crackers & Rolls, Dried Fruit, Nuts & Preserves). Main Kitchen with Executive Chef O’Connell - Explore the resort’s grand main kitchen and learn about its history. Next, tour the Main Dining Room as Chef O’Connell shares fascinating culinary facts and anecdotes. Then, use some freshly baked bread to make bruschetta. Tastings: Artisan Bruschetta (Grilled Baguette with Virgin Olive Oil; Heirloom Tomato, Bocconcini Cheese with Sweet Basil Cress & Balsamic Syrup; Warm Brie Cheese, Topped with Granny Smith Apples, Honey & Candied Walnuts; Shaved Virginia Ham, Grain Mustard with Aged Cheddar & Arugula Cress) Pastry Shop with Executive Pastry Chef Michel Finel & Executive Chef O’Connell - Visit our Pastry Shop and learn about our signature ovens & history as well as our bread program along with interesting tidbits about of food consumption, signature dishes and how to make cheesecake. Tastings: Cheesecake Lollipops (New York, Chocolate & Fruit, Assorted Coatings). *Space is limited - register early to guarantee a spot!

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Registration Events Friday Pierre Fachard Lunch Date

Friday

Event Code

F35

Time

Noon-1:30pm

Cost

$35

Location

The Homestead

Enjoy lunch with your fellow Pierre Fauchard members

Sorry, no onsite registration for this event. Only members of this group can attend this event.

Friday VDA New Dentist Reception

®

Date

Friday

Event Code

F39

Time

5:00pm-6:00pm

Cost

$0

Location

The Homestead

The Virginia Dental Association invites all dental students and new dentists to a reception. Don’t miss this great opportunity to network with fellow new dentists, mentors and students!

Friday MCV/VCU Reception

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Date

Friday

Event Code

F37

Time

5:30pm-7:00pm

Cost

$0

Location

The Homestead

The VCU School of Dentistry and MCV Alumni Association invite you to a reception, Friday, September 20, 2013 from 5:30pm to 7:00pm. The reception will take place at The Homestead Resort in Hot Springs, Virginia. ALL ALUMNI ARE INVITED TO ATTEND.

REGISTER ONLINE AT www.vadental.org/PRO

Party

s

In honor of Dr. Kirk Norbo VDA President 2012-2013

Get Your Shine On Date: Friday, September 20, 2013

Featuring music by Blue Moonshine

Time: 7:00pm-10:00pm Location: Casino Lawn

(in case of rain, Regency Ballroom)

Cost: Code: F36 $55 for Adults (includes 2 drink tickets), Code: F36A $30 for children 3-12 Children 2 and under are FREE and do not need to register. Come party on the back lawn of The Homestead. Dr. Kirk Norbo invites you to join him for an old fashioned outdoor event filled with great food, great music, great fun, and great friends. Blue Moonshine sets the pace for a lively evening. Challenge your friends to a corn hole game and don’t forget to enter the annual photo contest at the photo booth. There will be plenty of kids’ events to keep the little ones busy! And of course the food and fellowship make any VDA event a great time... So get your teams together, put on your boots, bring your hats, and get your party pants on for this fantastic evening!

Sponsored by: McKee Dominion Study Club • VAE • Quality Dental Lab • Harris, Hardy & Johnstone 29

Registration Events Saturday

ICD Breakfast Date

Saturday

Event Code

S38

Time

7:30am-8:30am

Cost

$30

Location

The Homestead

Enjoy breakfast with your fellow International College of Dentists members.

Sorry, no onsite registration for this event. Only members of this group can attend this event.

Saturday

Cascades Gorge Tour Date

Saturday

Event Code

n/a

Time

9:30am

Cost

$31

Location

The Homestead

Don’t miss one of the most popular activities at The Homestead. On this tour, you’ll be led by a naturalist through a series of beautiful waterfalls alongside a deep Allegheny Mountain trail. Learn about flora, fauna, local birds and edible plants. It’s a two-mile hike and one of the most beautiful in the region. Cost is $31 per person. • Advanced reservations required by The Homestead 1-800-838-1766, option 4

Saturday Gourmet Safari Date

Saturday

Event Code

S41

Time

11:00am-1:00pm

Join The Homestead’s Executive Chef Sean O’Connell for a delicious trip through the resort’s culinary venues.

Wine Room with Sommelier & Executive Chef O’Connell - Meet and greet in the wine room with Cost $55 introductions and explanation of the resort’s wine program and snippets of wine consumption, oldest Location The Homestead - Wine wines, etc. Tastings: Artisan Cheese (Brie, Cheddar, Room Edam, Emmethaler, Dry Jack & Gouda Cheese; Crusty Bread, Crackers & Rolls, Dried Fruit, Nuts & Preserves). Main Kitchen with Executive Chef O’Connell - Explore the resort’s grand main kitchen and learn about its history. Next, tour the Main Dining Room as Chef O’Connell shares fascinating culinary facts and anecdotes. Then, use some freshly baked bread to make bruschetta. Tastings: Artisan Bruschetta (Grilled Baguette with Virgin Olive Oil; Heirloom Tomato, Bocconcini Cheese with Sweet Basil Cress & Balsamic Syrup; Warm Brie Cheese, Topped with Granny Smith Apples, Honey & Candied Walnuts; Shaved Virginia Ham, Grain Mustard with Aged Cheddar & Arugula Cress) Pastry Shop with Executive Pastry Chef Michel Finel & Executive Chef O’Connell - Visit our Pastry Shop and learn about our signature ovens & history as well as our bread program along with interesting tidbits about of food consumption, signature dishes and how to make cheesecake. Tastings: Cheesecake Lollipops (New York, Chocolate & Fruit, Assorted Coatings). *Space is limited - register early to guarantee a spot! 30

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Registration Events Saturday

VDA Fellows Lunch

®

Date

Saturday

Event Code

S43

Time

1:00pm-2:30pm

Cost

$45

Location

The Homestead

Enjoy lunch with other VDA Fellow members.

Sorry, no onsite registration for this event. Only members of this group can attend this event.

Saturday

First Annual M.O.M. Awards Dinner Date

Saturday

Event Code

S45

Time

6:30pm-10:00pm

Cost

$50

Location

The Homestead

Sponsored by: Bivins Orthodontics 3M ESPE

William Viglione, DDS

Dr. Graham Gardner

Greetings from the Virginia Dental Association Foundation! Since you all are captive on Saturday night September 21, 2013 at the Homestead Resort, do you want to spend a lot of $$$ in the hotel dining room by yourself or do you want to come and join in the fun at the annual celebration of volunteerism. Pack your scrubs and celebrate MOM, while honoring our volunteers from MOM, DDS, And Give Kids a Smile projects. Visit the different areas of Triage, Oral Surgery, Restorative, Dentures, Pedodontics, and Endodontics. You will be surprised at what you might find! Mexican Themed Buffet will be served.

Sunday

Past Presidents’ Breakfast

®

Date

Sunday

Event Code

SUN24

Time

7:00am-8:00am

Cost

$0

Location

The Homestead

Enjoy breakfast with your fellow VDA Past Presidents.

Sorry, no onsite registration for this event. Only members of this group can attend this event.

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Registration

Virginia Meeting Speaker Bios

Dr. Stephen Alouf received his dental degree from VCU/

MCV School of Dentistry. An active member of the ADA, VDA, Roanoke Valley Dental Society, AACD and a Master in the ICOI, he is a VDA-certified lecturer on the Larell One-Step Denture System. He is CoDirector of Denture Services for the VDA Missions of Mercy Projects and received the 2009 Presidential Award from the VDA.

Dr. Edward Besner received his DDS from Temple

University and his certificate in endodontics at the University of Pennsylvania. He is a board-certified Endodontist, and served as an associate clinical professor at Georgetown University and consults for the VA Hospital. He is a lecturer in Endodontics at the Institute for Graduate Dentists in New York. He also authored Practical Endodontics-A Clinical Atlas and Practical Endodontics - A Clinical Guide. He has lectured nationally and internationally. Besner is a Fellow of the International College of Dentists and the American College of Dentists. He founded the Virginia State Academy of Endodontists, and is active in numerous professional organizations.

Dr. Tegwyn Brickhouse joined the faculty at the

Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry in 2003, and is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Pediatric Dentistry. She has had several local and federally funded grants and also serves as a consultant to the Virginia Division of Dental Health’s Bright Smiles Program, a member of the Department of Medical Assistance Services (DMAS) Dental Advisory Committee for the Smiles for Children program, state leader for the AAPD-Head Start Dental Home Initiative, and is the chair of the Virginia Oral Health Coalition. She earned her dental degree from the University of Nebraska Medical Center and received her pediatric dentistry specialty training at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She also earned a PhD in Epidemiology at the UNC School of Public Health and completed a Dental Public Health residency at the North Carolina Oral Health Section in Raleigh, NC.

Linda Cannon With 20 years of consulting experience, Ms.

Cannon builds positive safety values in the practices she serves. She increases the focus on key issues she finds, which in turn increases the safety of the office. Ms. Cannon is authorized to instruct OSHA, BLS, 4 Types of Abuse,Medical Emergencies, Third Eye Mock Inspection, HIPAA and Hazard Materials.

Bruce Christopher Laugh ‘til you cry. Learn ‘til you

change. These are the only rules that apply at a Bruce Christopher presentation. At the heart of it all, what separates Bruce from the pack is his outrageously funny, dynamic delivery of today’s hot topics. Bruce inspires audiences internationally by giving them real, immediate solutions for change without fluff and hype. Bruce has spoken at the prestigious Million Dollar Round Table Conference, London’s Royal College of Surgeons, and the Mayo Clinic. He is a practicing supervising Clinical Psychologist holding degrees in Professional Psychology and Interpersonal Communications. He speaks over 150 times each year and is one of today’s most sought after speakers in the Fortune 500 and numerous prestigious medical and dental conferences.

Brian Cogan started his financing career in 2001 with Sky

Bank. He joined Practice Solutions in 2003 as a Project Manager and was later promoted to Account Manager. Brian has been the Regional 32

Sales Manager for the Mid-Atlantic, since January of 2008. A graduate of Malone College with a degree in Liberal Arts, Brian is married, and enjoys watching and playing sports in his spare time.

Darrell Green

is a Class of 2008 Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinee and former seven-time All-Pro defensive back for the Washington Redskins, where he played for 20 years. As a career athlete, he understands the importance of physical fitness and is committed to improving the overall health and fitness of people from all walks of life. In addition to keeping himself in top physical condition by maintaining a healthy lifestyle and staying active, he is eager to share his wealth of knowledge with those willing to learn. As a thought leader in the health and fitness industry, Mr. Green has played a lead role in such important public health service initiatives as the DC American Lung Association’s smoking cessation campaign called QUIT NOW as well as the “Tackle Colon Cancer” campaign in partnership with Inova Healthcare System, Aetna Health Insurance and the American Cancer Society. As founder and CEO of WalkFitHealth Nation, Mr. Green is walking out his dream of building a company that will have a profound impact on health and fitness for people around the globe.

Sarah Bedard Holland is the executive director of

the Virginia Oral Health Coalition (VaOHC). VaOHC works with almost 400 individual and organizational partners to address the root causes of poor oral health access through policy change, public awareness, and targeted initiatives. In addition to her current position at VaOHC, Ms. Holland serves as an adjunct professor for the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry and is a member of the Virginia Chamber of Commerce Executive Healthcare Committee, and the Dental Advisory Committee, which oversees the Virginia Medicaid dental program. Additionally, she is a member of the 2013 Class of LEAD Virginia. Ms.Holland holds a Master of Science in Communication Management from Simmons College and a Bachelor of Science degree from Virginia Tech.

Dr. Mark Hyman received his undergraduate degree from

the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and his dental degree from the UNC School of Dentistry. Following a four-month internship in Israel, he completed the two-year oral medicine/General Practice Residency at UNC Hospital in Chapel Hill. He teaches at the Pankey Institute in Key Biscayne, Florida, and is an Adjunct Associate Professor at the UNC School of Dentistry. He was voted one of the top 100 leaders in Dental Continuing Education by Dentistry Today magazine. He was honored by the North Carolina Dental Society as Young Dentist of the Year in 1995. He has received the Mastership Award of the Academy of General Dentistry.

Laney Kay, JD, of Entertaining Training, LLC is a nationally

known speaker and writer on technical and regulatory topics and women’s issues. Her expertise is in taking very complex, and/or incredibly boring, topics and making them both fun and informative. She is a featured consultant with the ADA’s CELL Seminar Series and has taught courses at multiple Hinman and ADA meetings, the TBSE, the Yankee Dental Congress, the Chicago Midwinter Meeting, the Pacific NW Dental Conference, the Texas Meeting, the SW Dental Conference, plus other national, state and district meetings, study clubs and in individual offices all over the country.

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Dr. Scott Miller is a Prosthodontist, currently practicing in

Bristol, VA. He is a graduate for the MCV/VCU School of Dentistry and Prosthodontic Residency. He serves as Co-Director of the Missions of Mercy Denture Team. His office was the site of the first pilot project in Virginia with the Larell Dentures. He has since treated over two hundred arches with the Larell One-Step Denture.

Dr. Barry Musikant is the President, Co-Director of

Dental Research, and Co-Founder of Essential Dental Systems (EDS). Dr. Musikant’s lecture schedule has taken him to over 250 international and domestic locations. Dr. Musikant has co-authored over 300 articles in dentistry in various international dental journals from Argentina to Spain, including the major journals of the United States and Canada. As a partner in the largest endodontic practice in Manhattan, Dr. Musikant’s 35 plus years of practice experience have crafted him into one of the top authorities in endodontics.

Drs. Joseph C. Passaro and James B. Wooddell graduated from the University of Maryland Dental

School, Class of 1981. They have practiced together for over thirty years and maintain a practice of Restorative and Esthetic Dentistry in Davidsonville, Maryland. In 2010, Drs. Wooddell and Passaro launched the Chesapeake Dental Education Center where they teach other practitioners how to achieve more efficient and predictable treatment outcomes with greater case acceptance.

Dr. David Palmieri received his BS, DMD degrees,

certificate of endodontics, and Masters of Science in endodontics from the University of Pittsburgh. He did his masters research on tracing the trigeminal nerve in human cadaver heads. In 2000 he was inducted into omicron Kappa Upsilon Honorary Fraternity and in 2009 as a New Fellow in the Pierre Fauchard Academy. Palmieri also holds memberships in the American Dental Association, the Virginia Dental Association, the Northern Virginia Dental Society, the American Academy of Endodontists, and the Virginia Academy of Endodontists.

Dr. Frank Portell received his dental degree from the

University of Puerto Rico, School of Dentistry and his certificate in endodontics at the US Army Institute of Dental Research, Walter Reed Army Medical Center. He also received Masters of Science in Oral Biology from the George Washington University. Portell is a board-certified endodontist and served as the assistant director of the U.S. Army Endodontic Advanced Training Program. Portell also served as clinical instructor in endodontics at the Medical College of Georgia and the Medical College of Virginia. Dr. Portell has authored and co-authored over 15 scientific articles and is a Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry, the American College of Dentists, the International College of Dentists, and the Pierre Fauchard Academy.

Dr. Gary Radz is a graduate of the University of North

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training department within EVMS that provides a variety of both CPR and advanced courses to residents, staff and the general public. Our courses are specially designed for both the professional rescuer, as well as the first time student.

Stephen Trutter joined Bank of America Practice Solutions

in 2005. He works closely with dentists throughout the mid-Atlantic providing financing solutions for start-ups, relocations, additional locations, debt consolidations, commercial real estate, and equipment purchases. Stephen has won many honors while with Practice Solutions including Sales Person of the Year in 2008. Stephen graduated from Illinois College in 1999 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Biology and can be found spending free time with his wife and two daughters.

Susan Richardson is the VP of Business Development

for Sesame Communications. She has dedicated the last decade to promoting healthy, profitable dental and orthodontic practices. Susan’s research-rich, engaging lectures help practices implement effective online marketing strategies. Susan has presented on behalf of both local and national dental organizations.

Dr. Lawrence Wallace received his dental degree from the University of Illinois College of Dentistry. He is a board-certified Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon with 25 years of private practice. He is a medical consultant to major medical insurance companies and is the founder and developer of the Larell One-Step Denture, for which he has lectured nationally and internationally.

Rebecca Wilder graduated with a BS and MS degree in

Dental Hygiene Education from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. She is a professor and Director of Faculty Development for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Dentistry. She also serves as the Director of the Master of Science Degree Program in Dental Hygiene Education and the Interim Director of the undergraduate dental hygiene programs. She taught periodontology to dental hygiene students for 10 years and currently teaches management/administration and thesis/ research design. She has done work with many dental publications and has served on many dental research committees, including the ADHA Council on Research. Ms. Wilder has published many articles and abstracts and speaks internationally in the areas of periodontics, oralsystemic health, risk and practice management.

Dr. Richard Wynn is Professor of Pharmacology at the

Dental School, University of Maryland, Baltimore. He is the lead author and chief editor of Drug Information Handbook for Dentistry, now in its 18th edition, published by LexiComp, Inc. He is chief dental content editor for LexiComp Online database platforms now used by most dental schools, military branches and VA dental clinics.

Carolina School of Dentistry and is an associate clinical professor at the University of Colorado School of Dentistry. Dr. Radz is on the editorial board of 7 different professional journals, has published over 150 articles and contributed to 2 textbooks. For the past 15 years he has lectured internationally on esthetic dentistry. From 2004-2011 he has been listed in Dentistry Today’s list of leaders in dental continuing education. Dr. Radz maintains a full-time practice in Denver, CO.

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Complete Your Stay

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Lodging Information

We have had an overwhelming response from dental professionals and our room block is almost entirely filled. There are options still available for lodging, but we ask that you visit our website at https://www.vadental.org/pro/events/virginia-meeting/lodging and click on the Lodging tab for the latest information. We will be updating this frequently until the meeting begins. We appreciate your flexibility and apologize for any inconvenience. Please know that we are doing everything we can to ensure that your Virginia Meeting experience is nothing less than wonderful. Thank you for your support!

Dining Options at The Homestead Breakfast

Lunch

• Main Dining Room* • Martha’s Market • Room Service

• Jefferson Grille* • Canyon Ranch Cafe* • Room Service

Dinner • • • • •

Main Dining Room* Sam Snead’s Tavern* Canyon Ranch Cafe* Jefferson Grille* Room Service

1-800-838-1766, option 4

*Please make your dining reservations well in advance of your arrival at The Homestead. Don’t forget to inqure about hours of operation at this time.

So…what do I wear? We’ve put together a few helpful hints to aide you in your packing! We know there is a lot to think about so we hope that this makes one of the tasks on your to-do list a little easier!

Virginia Meeting Attire

House of Delegates Sessions/Business Meetings: business attire (jackets, collared shirts, dresses, pant suits) Continuing Education Courses and Social Events: business/resort casual (collared shirts, casual slacks, shorts)

The Homestead Resort Attire: Main Dining Room • Breakfast – resort casual

attire to include collared shirt, casual slacks and shorts. No cutoffs, tank tops, spandex, pool attire or sleep attire permitted.

• Dinner – Business formal

attire, including jackets and collared shirts for gentlemen and dresses or dress pants suits for ladies. No shorts or denim permitted. Ladies and gentlemen are asked to remove caps/hats when entering the Dining Room.

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Dress code applies to children 12 and older.

Jefferson Grille

• Lunch - Resort casual

attire, to include collared shirt or tee shirt, casual slacks and shorts. Jeans are permitted. No swimwear. Shirts and footwear are required.

• Dinner - *Resort casual

or business formal attire.

*Specify your attire preference when making reservations

Sam Snead’s Tavern

• Dinner - Resort casual

attire, to include collared shirt or tee shirt, casual slacks and shorts. Jeans are permitted. No swimwear. Shirts and footwear are required.

Canyon Ranch Cafe

Lunch & Dinner - Resort casual attire, to include collared shirt or tee shirt, casual slacks and shorts. Jeans are permitted. No swimwear. Shirts and footwear are required.

• Dinner - *Resort casual or business formal attire.

*Specify your attire preference when making reservations

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Complete Your Stay Other Activities Available Through The Homestead

Make your reservation today! Call 1-800-838-1766, option 4. These operators can help with all activities, all dining reservations and any airport travel. Advanced reservations are required. Visit www.thehomestead.com for a full listing of activities.

Canyon Ranch Spa When it comes to the spa world, nothing says luxury, innovation and healing transformation better than Canyon Ranch. Canyon Ranch SpaClub® at The Homestead will be unveiled in June 2013, elevating the spa experience at the historic resort. This exciting union marries the warmth of The Homestead’s Southern hospitality and its natural springs with this spa pioneer in wellness and healthy lifestyles. A rich sampling of the services that have made Canyon Ranch among the most-renowned names in the spa industry will now be available to guests of The Homestead. Canyon Ranch SpaClub at The Homestead will be the company’s first venture in the Mid-Atlantic region and the first SpaClub to introduce family spa services. HOMESTEAD SOOTHING SCRUB - Indulge in the tradition of The Homestead’s signature mineral rich body treatment that rejuvenates the skin and releases the vital flow of energy and brings balance to the body. Be deeply scrubbed with warming blends of ginger, crushed walnuts and grad fir oil to stimulate, revive and soothe followed by a wild cherry blossom and rice buff to polish and tone the skin. Your replenishing session concludes with an application of gentle blend of bergamot and wild lime oil, high in vitamin E and essential antioxidants, that are quickly absorbed, leaving the skin soft, scented and radiant. 50 minutes - $160 • Advanced reservations required CLASSIC EUROPEAN FACIAL - Enjoy a rejuvenating signature treatment featuring pure, luxurious products, selected to address your skin’s needs. 50 minutes - $155 • Advanced reservations required SPA MANICURE - Get great nails on the go. This speedy manicure reshapes nails, cleans cuticles, moisturizes hands and finishes with a polish. 30 minutes - $45 • Advanced reservations required SPA PEDICURE - A revitalizing pedicure designed to perk up even the most overtaxed feet. Gentle exfoliation is followed by a cooling mask and an intense moisturizing complex that aids in the repair of dry, cracked skin. 50 minutes - $75 • Advanced reservations required

Segway Tour Personalized instruction and video presentation will assist you to learn how to tour The Homestead’s wooded trails on a Segway while breathing the fresh mountain air and listening to the sounds of nature. Daily Tours Available:  8:30am, 11am, 1:30pm. Must weigh between 100-260 lbs. $70 per person (Ages 12 & up) • Advanced reservations required

Kayaking & Canoeing Would you rather paddle the Jackson River by canoe or explore Lake Moomaw by kayak? Either way, you can rent a suitable watercraft right on-property at The Homestead. The Cascades Stream is an ideal setting for a fishing vacation. Let our Orvis-trained guides show you the best fishing spots. Or, paddle down the Jackson River in a canoe. Or, take a fly-fishing course or try float fishing. Details: Clothing: Swimwear & Shoes for Water $75 per person (Kayaking - must be 5 years old), $89 per person (Canoeing - must be 8 years old), $45 (ages 5-11). Designed for beginners as well as experts! • Advanced reservations required

NEW - Outdoor Water Park! As part of the recent $25 Million renovation, The Homestead is thrilled to invite you to cool off and be a kid again at our brand new outdoor water park! Pack your suit and get ready for some fun!

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The VDA thanks all 2013 Virginia Meeting Sponsors for their generous support! As of May 16, 2013

Titanium Plus $20,000 CE Sponsorship

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Steven G. Forte, D.D.S. Harold J. Martinez, D.D.S. Ronald N. Vranas, D.D.S. Madelyn G. Gambrel, D.D.S. Steven J. Barbieri, D.D.S. Timothy J. Finkler, D.D.S. American Association of Endodontists

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Lab One Oral Surgery of Tidewater - Drs. Ford, Guter, & Rai, LTD Seaboard Dental Study Club

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Steven G. Forte, D.D.S. Harold J. Martinez, D.D.S. Ronald N. Vranas, D.D.S. Madelyn G. Gambrel, D.D.S. Steven J. Barbieri, D.D.S. Timothy J. Finkler, D.D.S. American Association of Endodontists

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Blue Ridge Endodontics Carl P. Roy, DDS, MS, PLC Dentistry for Children & Patients with Special Needs Doctors Morris & Taylor, LTD Dr. Michael Abbott Eastern Dentists Insurance Company Gus C. Vlahos, DDS & Stephanie N. Vlahos, DDS Hutchison & Gorman, DDS, PLLC Patrick D. King, DDS Southwest Virginia Dental Society (in memory of Dr. Donald Martin) Virginia Dental Lab Yorktown Periodontics

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William J. Viglione, DDS 3M ESPE

Event $500 Sponsorship

Apollonia Dental Study Club Associated Printing Atkins, Maestrello, Miller & Assoc. Bivins Orthodontics Capital West Dental Arts, Inc. Creative Dental Ceramics Dr. Cheryl Billingsley Dr. Graham Gardner Drs. Brown, Reynolds & Snow Drs. Kaugars & Miller

Endodontic Partners Harris, Hardy & Johnstone, PC HNGRI Labs McKee/Dominion Study Club Richardson, DMD - Overstreet, DDS, Ltd. Virginia Academy of General Dentistry Virginia Academy of Endodontists

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Make plans to stop by the VDA Exhibit Hall Schedule of Events Thursday

Exhibit Hall Open 5:00pm - 6:30pm Opening Reception 5:00pm - 6:30pm FREE Margaritas (limited supply) sponsored by Patterson Dental

Friday

Exhibit Hall Open Donut Booth (Morning) Boxed Lunch Pick-Up Donut Booth (Afternoon)

Saturday

Exhibit Hall Open Donut Booth

8:00am - 5:00pm 8:00am - 11:30am 11:30am - 2:00pm 2:00pm - 4:30pm

8:00am-Noon 8:00am-11:30am

Virginia Meeting Exhibitors As of May 16, 2013

3M ESPE A-dec ADS South AFTCO Association Gloves B&B Insurance Bank of America Practice Solutions Benco Dental Brasseler USA CareCredit Carestream Dental Chesapeake Dental Education Center Colgate Colonial Dental Lab Coverys Delta Dental of Virginia Delta Dental’s Smart Smiles Demandforce Dental Care Alliance DentaQuest Dentsply Designs for Vision Digital Doc, LLC Doral Refining Corp. Drake Precision Dental Laboratories

E N Computers Eastern Dentists Insurance Company Essential Dental Systems Fortress/Asset Protection Group Give Kids a Smile GlaxoSmithKline Healthcare Professional Funding Henry Schein Dental Hiossen Implants Hu-Friedy Implant Direct Instrumentarium/Soredex Johnson & Johnson Consumer Healthcare MacPractice McPhillips, Roberts, & Deans Medical Protective Mobile Handpiece Repair National Practice Transitions NIH Federal Credit Union Nixon Uniform Service & Medical Wear Nobel Biocare OneMind Health Onpharma, Inc. Patterson Dental Supply, Inc. Planmeca

PNC Bank Porter Royal Sales ProSites RK Tongue/Tongue/Gerner Financial Services Sabika SciCan Inc. Sesame Communications Smile Reminder Solmetex Sunstar Americas, Inc. SurgiTel/General Scientific Corporation The Gideons International Transworld Systems Ultradent Products, Inc. VDA Services Virginia Dental Assistants Association Virginia Dental Association Foundation Virginia Oral Health Coalition VOCO America, Inc. WalkFitHealth Wells Fargo Practice Finance WorldPay Zimmer Dental Zoll Dental

Check Out Our NEW Vendor Clinics on Friday One Mind Health 9:30am - 9:45am Smile Reminder 10:00am -10:15am Fortress/Asset Protection Group 10:30am - 10:45am Hiossen Implants 11:00am-11:15am *Location will be included in our onsite materials.*

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