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Friday, September 19, 2008 Registration

8:00am – 5:00pm

Sessions

8:30am – 3:30pm

Trade Show

2:00pm – 6:30pm

NEW! Cocktail Reception! (Exhibit Hall) 4:00pm – 6:00pm Hawaiian Luau with Entertainment! Sponsored by Argen Corp.

6:00pm – 12:00am

Saturday, September 20, 2008 Registration

7:00am - 4:30pm

Sessions

8:00am – 4:00pm

Trade Show

9:00am – 5:00pm

Free Table Top Demos

10:00am – 4:00pm

Free Lunch (Exhibit Hall) Clown / Magician Performance! 12:00pm – 1:30pm Come back to where it all began Reunion! Sponsored by Nobel Biocare

3:00pm – 5:00pm

IECDT Location Hyatt Regency 1800 East Putnam Ave • Old Greenwich, CT For Guest Room Reservations: 1.800.233.1234 Convention Name (Group Name): Dental Association of New York Standard Room: $150.00 + taxes

Accessibility For complete directions please visit www.dlany.org Airports: • Westchester County Airport: (8.3 miles) • LaGuardia Airport: (29 miles) • Kennedy Airport: (36 miles) Highways: • From Points North or South via I-95 • From New York City • From New Jersey via Garden State Parkway • From the Merrit Parkway Heading North / South • From Boston, MA Continuing Education Credits Each Certified Dental Technician who attends an educational session is elegible to receive continuing education credits under their organization guidelines. NBC will no longer provide “pink slips” to documents CDT credits earned. All CDT course credits will be recorded on a Continuing Education Credit Scantron Card at the educational course site. CDT’s have the responsibility of making sure that their name and CDT number are recorded legibly on that form at the session. What is an MLS? Manufacturers Lecture Series (MLS) is a session that showcases a specific product or service. A Special Thank You to our Sponsors: Argen Corporation

Hawaiian Luau Entertainment

Heraeus

Video IPOD Welcome Bags

Sirona

Internet Kiosk

Sirona & Accurate Metals

$500.00 Gift Cards

Bego USA

Lanyards

Group Rate Cut Off: September 7, 2008 Additional rooms have been blocked at: Marriott Stamford Hotel & Spa 243 Tresser Boulevard • Stamford, CT Convention Name (Group Name): Dental Laboratory Association of the State of New York Standard Room: $145.00 + taxes 1.800.732.9689 • www.marriott.com If you have any questions please contact DLANY Phone: 518-355-3183 E-mail: Congress@dlany.org Website: www.dlany.org www.dlany.org

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Friday, September 19, 2008

“What’s a Lab to Do?”

Round Hill Room 2:00pm – 3:30pm

Dr. Gordon Christensen was quoted recently: “Dentistry is changing so fast that it’s extremely difficult for practitioners to stay up to date.” The same may be said of dental laboratories. The changes are coming so swiftly and are so significant that it is difficult for dental laboratory owners, managers, technicians, customer service and sales staff to keep up to date. Most importantly, it is most challenging to figure out what actions should be taken and when they should be made. To deal effectively with these changes and keep our competitive edge we need to develop new skill-sets. In this session participants will learn how: • • • •

To pinpoint external changes To position your laboratory To set goals To set laser sharp priorities

George Obst

Emeritus, Dental Services Group, has accumulated more than 35 years of experience in the dental laboratory industry. George earned a B.A. degree from Alfred University and aan M.S. degree in business administration from Long Island University. He has worked as Personnel D Director, Laboratory General Manager, Regional Manager and Vice President/Operations for the Heritage D Dental Laboratory Group of Sybron Corporation between 1970 and 1979. George owned and managed a medical and dental consulting firm in Minneapolis between 1980 and 1985. He was named President and Chief Executive Officer in 1986 of the Medserv Dental Laboratory Group. He served on the Board of the National Foundation of Dentistry for the Handicapped. He served on the Board and was a past-trustee advisor and chairman of the trustee advisors of Oral Health America. Also, he served on the Board of Directors of the American Dental Trade Association. George is particularly proud of his role on the Select Committee of the National Association of Dental Laboratories. Saturday, September 20, 2008

“Precision in Dental Aesthetics”

Round Hill Room 10:00am – 11:30am

The reproduction of the aesthetic aspect and the functioning of natural teeth through restorative work, represents as always, the primary objective of our work. When we talk about the conclusive phase of the restorative process, we must have a perfect knowledge of the dental anatomy and the correct use of materials with the proper techniques. The result will allow us to create long-lasting restorations. This lecture will focus on the laboratory’s daily procedure with its technologies and methods, giving attention to all of the latest CAD/CAM systems which seem to evolve quite rapidly, with the aim of achieving a much better result for the final product.

Romeo Pascetta, CDT, born in Trivento (Italy) in 1959, graduated in 1977 at the School for R Dental D Technicians. In 1980, he opened his own laboratory in Chieti, where he lives with his family. He has h constantly been improving his techniques, attending many classes throughout the world. Over the years, y he has become one of the leading technicians in the world. He has developed new techniques for f precision casting and is specialized in the use of the stereomicroscope which he uses during all phases p of his work to achieve maximum precision and better aesthetics. Romeo has a vast experience in gnathology, implantology, and is considered one of the best ceramists in Italy. He has collaborated since 1995 on the development and promotion of Captek, together with Mr. Aharon Whiteman and Doctor Itzhak Shoher, in Italy and in the United States. He collaborates actively with various companies for R & D in new products and testing of materials. 4

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Grant Day, B Sc., CDT

Henry Shein / Zahn

10:00am - 1:00pm

Winthorp B

Bill Mrazek, BS, CDT

Vident

10:00am - 12:30pm

Mead A

Rich Sokel & Chuck Reifer

Dentalle

10:00am - 11:30am

Conde’s

Paul Mancini, CDT

Sterngold Dental

11:00am - 12:30pm

Mead C

Mary Borg

Safelink Inc.

12:30pm - 1:30pm

Mead B

Tom Zaleske, AS

Matrix Dental Laboratory

12:30pm - 2:00pm

Pemberwick

Norbert Duepner, MDT

Argen Corporation

1:00pm - 3:00pm

Milbrook

Stratius Fotos, BA, CDT

Sirona Dental

1:00pm - 2:00pm

Mead A

Tara Harms, AS, BA

Talladium Inc.

1:00pm - 2:00pm

Winthorp A

Michael Mortellite, CDT

Zahn Dental

1:00pm - 3:00pm

Conde’s

Joe Weisz, CDT

Shofu Dental Corp.

1:00pm - 2:30pm

Mead C

Michael Bergler, MDT

Straumann

1:30pm - 3:30pm

Winthorp B

Alessandro Cucchiaro, MDT

Zirkhonzahn

2:00pm - 4:00pm

Laddins Rock

George Obst (Keynote Speaker)

Zahn Dental

2:00pm - 3:30pm

Round Hill

Charlie Rivas, CDT

XPdent

2:30pm - 3:30pm

Mead C

Tom Lake, AAS, MAAIP

Astra Tech

3:00pm - 4:30pm

Pemberwick

Matt Gassel, BS

Atlantis, components provided by Astra Tech Inc.

3:30pm - 4:30pm

Winthorpe A

Gianni Storni, CDT

Rhein 83, USA

3:30pm - 4:30pm

Mead C

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All Ceramic Materials Selection Guide

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The ‘Total System Approach’ for Ceramic Restorations in a Competitive Market

F02

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How to Grow Your Profit while Reducing Your Overhead: Outsourcing

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Predictable Attachment Solutions, Overdentures

F04

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Safety – Deal or No Deal?

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Denture Laboratory Communication Tool for the 20th Century

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Troubleshooting for Consistancy & Increased Profit for Your Lab

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More Materials, More Applications, More CAD/CAM!

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Stay Out of Harms Way

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Solving the Combination Case Dilemma Utilizing the Complete Noritake System (EX-3 & CZR)

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Creating Lifelike Restorations with Intra-Tooth Contrast

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Possibilities and Limits of CAD/CAM Dentistry

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All About ZIRCONIA: State-of-the-Art

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What’s a Lab to Do?

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Benefits of Friction Retaining Attachments Featuring the VS-3 & VSS Systems From Bredent

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The Astra Tech Atlantis Approach to Implant Abutment Success - Productivity, Profitability and Predictability

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“Atlantis Patient-Specific Abutments - the Lab’s Key to Implant Productivity, Profitability and Positive, Results” Rhein 83 Spherical Attachments and Implant Systems: Size, Simplicity, Function, and Fabrication

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Michael DiPaulo, CDT

Dentsply Prosthetics

9:00am - 10:30am

Sheffield

Robert Posey, CDT

GC America Inc.

9:00am - 12:00pm

Milbrook

Vincent Verderosa, CDT, MDT

Ivoclar Vivadent

9:00am - 1:00pm

Laddins Rock

Mary Borg

Safelink Inc.

9:30am - 11:00am

Mead B

Edward Harms, BS, CDT

Talladium Inc.

9:30am -11:30am

Winthorp A

Robert Henson, CDT

Whip Mix Corporation

9:30am - 12:30pm

Conde’s

Les Hochhauser, BS, MS

American Dental Supply

9:30am - 10:30am

Belle Haven

Romeo Pascetta, CDT (Keynote Speaker)

Vision USA/Captek

10:00am - 11:30am

Round Hill

Doug Brydels, CDT

Dentsply Prosthetics

10:00am - 11:30am

Stonington

Craig Nelson, CDT

Hereaus

10:00am - 12:00pm

Pemberwick

Martin Schmid, CDT

Bego USA

10:00am - 12:00pm

Byram Shore

Tom Zaleske, AS

Keystone Industries

10:00am - 12:00pm

Mead C

George McIntosh, CDT

Dentsply Prosthetics

10:30am - 12:00pm

New London AB

Michael Perkowksi AAS, BA

3M ESPE

10:30am - 12:00pm

Winthorpe B

Stratius Fotos, BA, CDT

Sirona Dental

11:00am - 12:00pm

Mead A

Vincent Alleluia, MDT

ASMDT

1:30pm - 4:30pm

Stonington

Domenico Cascione, CDT, B S

DLANY

1:30pm - 2:30pm

New London AB

Paul Giovannone, CDT

BTI Laser

1:30pm - 4:30pm

Conde’s

T. G. Hornischer Jr. CDT

Vident

1:30pm - 4:00pm

Mead A

Keith Miolen, CDT

DLANY

1:30pm - 3:00pm

Round Hill

David Oma-Ayere, CDT

SCHUTZ Dental Group

1:30pm - 3:00pm

Milbrook

Michael Perkowksi AAS, BA

3M ESPE

1:30pm - 2:30pm

Winthorpe B

Martin Schmid, CDT

Bego USA

1:30pm - 3:30pm

Byram Shore

Trevor Laingchild, RDT

Ivoclar Vivadent

2:00pm - 4:00pm

Mead C

Joachim Mosch

Primotec / Dentation

2:00pm - 4:00pm

Winthorp A

R. Max Schulze MDT, CDT

TechQuest International

2:00pm - 4:00pm

Pemberwick

Bruno D’Innocenzo, MDT & Nery Peredes, CDT

Vision USA a Dentrex Company

2:30pm - 3:30pm

Mead B

Jeff Yeider, CDT

Pentron Ceramic

2:30pm - 4:30pm

Belle Haven

David Lesh, CDT

Dale Dental

3:00pm - 4:00pm

Sheffield

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Advances in CAD / CAM

S02

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IQ Clinic Combined World Class Laminates

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Contemporary Removable Prosthodontics

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Mock FDA / DAMAS Audit

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Smarten Up on How to Build Porcelain

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Investing for Success

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Good Manufacturing “5 S” System and Updates on OSHA

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Precision in Dental Aesthetics

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Partials Made Easy... Tips and Tricks for Better Results

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Happy Denture Clients, Successful Lab

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Become an Expert in the Crown and Bridge Department

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Removable Prosthetics: Exploring the Options

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Latest Developments in Light Cured Prosthetics

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Impression Techniques: Problem Recognition and Solutions

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More Materials, More Applications, More CAD/CAM!

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Once-in-a-lifetime Edentulous Case

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Esthetic Approach for Laminate Veneer and Implant Restorations

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Maximize Profits with Laser Assembled Titanium Implants

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Denture Presentation

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Intro to All Ceramic and CAD

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Using Implantology to Increase Profits in your Laboratory

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Lava Crowns & Bridges: The Future is Digital Dentistry

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Attachment Selection and Case Design for Combination Cases

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Triaging the Challenges of Material Selection for Aesthetic Smile Design & Full Mouth Reconstruction for Dentists and Technicians

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Implants Made Easy

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Extreme Dental Lab Makeover

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Stepping-Up to the Digital Age to Maximize Communication with your Doctor

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Pentron Avanté Z Porcelain for Zirconia

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CAD / CAM Implant Bars Design and Manufacture

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New York University College of Dentistry CDE “Mastering Aesthetics & Ceramics for the Advanced Dental Technician: Hands-On Continuum” September 2008 - June 2009 (one weekend per month) Tuition: $9,300 includes Jensen Articulator (payment schedule available) Credit Hours: 210 Building exceptional prosthetic and aesthetic dental restorations requires a solid technical foundation, disciplined planning expertise of materials, and keen practical application. Expertise fundamentally begins with a thorough understanding of the academics and the underlying principles of technical dentistry. Accurate communication and documentation between dentist and laboratory is vital for proper case planning and sequencing. The first half of the course is dedicated to learning how to build an accurate blueprint of casework that will lead to successful results. In the second half of this course science and art converge with “hands-on” education. You will learn the latest advancements in ceramic materials, preparation and application techniques by the leading authorities in the field. Program Director: Jason J. Kim, CDT Oral Design, Clinical Assistant Professor, NYUCD, is the founder and President of JK Dental Laboratory in Port Washington, NY and operates the Oral Design Center in NYC. Instructors: Peter Kouvaris, CDT, Oral Design, Lupo Villega, DDS Oral Design, Anthony Burke, CDT, Calvin Mun, CDT, Peter Pizzi, MDT, CDT, Richard Pavlak, CDT, MDT, Adam Mieleszko, CDT.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL 212.998.9757 FAX 212.998.4081 OR EMAIL AT DENTALCDENYU.EDU VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.NYU.EDU/DENTAL/CE

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Grant Day, B Sc, CDT All Ceramic Materials Selection Guide • Why to select a material for a particular restoration application • Materials available to be used to make various restorations • Leucite reinforced Glass Ceramic • Lithium Disilicate • Glass infiltrated Alumina • Glass infiltrated Alumina/Zirconia • Yttria stabilized Zirconia Tetragonal Polycrystalline • What will it $cost$ you for the material that you selected? Sponsored by Zahn Dental Co, Inc. / Henry Schein, Inc. Winthorp B Room

10:00am – 1:00pm F01

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William T. Mrazek, BS, CDT 10:00am – 12:30pm The ‘Total System Approach’ for Ceramic Restorations in a Competitive Market F02 An efficient, predictable, & profitable approach to every type of ceramic restoration The advent of metal-free restorations and the esthetic benefits they offer has greatly expanded the options for restorative choices. Because of the wide variety of materials and designs available, it is becoming more common for the dental laboratory to receive ‘combination cases’. • Color theory and the 3D-Master® Shade System • Shade taking procedures for both metal and metal-free restorations • The philosophy of ‘form follows function’ and Functional Build-up Technique. Sponsored by Vident Mead A Room

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Rich Sokel & Chuck Reifer 10:00am – 11:30am How to Grow Your Profits while Reducing your Overhead: Outsourcing F03 This session is geared towards teaching you how to increase your profits while reducing your overhead through outsourcing. Learn how to expand your business without having to hire more technicians, purchase additional equipment, or spend extra hours at the bench. You will also learn how the outsourcing process works and how to choose a qualified facility to send your cases to. Sponsored by Dentalle Conde’s Room

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Paul Mancini, CDT Predictable Attachment Solutions, Overdentures • The biomechanical clinical aspects of overdentures • Indication and contraindications • Overdenture anchors • Improperly retained overdentures Sponsored by Sterngold Dental Mead C Room www.dlany.org

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Credit Hours 1.5 11:00am – 12:30pm F04

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Mary Borg 12:30am – 1:30pm Safety – Deal or No Deal? F05 Earn your one hour documented scientific credit for Regulatory Standards (formerly known as Infection Control) while having fun and learning about safety at the same time! Join the SafeLink consultants in this interactive training session covering OSHA programs required for the dental lab. Topics covered will include infection control, chemical safety, equipment hazards and emergency preparedness. Sponsored by Safelink Inc. Mead B Room

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Thomas Zaleske, AS Denture Laboratory Communication Tool for the 21st Century • Tooth positioning based on frame of reference photography • How to position

Credit Hours 1 12:30am – 2:00pm F06

• What to look for • Quality control too Sponsored by Matrix Dental Laboratory Pemberwick Room

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Norbert Duepner, MDT Troubleshooting for Consistency & Increased Profit for Your Lab • This course will teach you how to avoid porosity, distorted bridges and bubbling • It will leave you with expanded problem solving knowledge • Will teach you the importance in the right selection of alloys for using in implants • Strengths, durability, castability and ease of handling will also be covered Sponsored by Argen Corporation Milbrook Room

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Stratius Fotos, BA, CDT 1:00pm – 2:00pm More Materials, More Applications, More CAD/CAM F08 Strat Fotos, CDT, discusses the power of the inLab system. How the inLab system creates a partnership with your CEREC doctors. The CEREC Connect web portal allows digital communication between dentists and laboratories. Learn how to profit from the digital future of dental laboratory technology. Sponsored by Sirona Dental Mead A Room

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MLS

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Cocktail Reception on the exhibit hall floor at 4:00pm! Mix & mingle with your fellow technicians!

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Tara Harms, AS, BA 1:00pm – 2:00pm Stay Out of Harms Way F09 Hello, I’m Tara Harms with Talladium, Inc. here to provide critical, up-to-date information on Infection Control and OSHA guidelines. The goal of my lecture is to reach, teach, and motivate people with the infection control information provided by OSHA, OSAP, and CDC. Specifically, I hope to challenge members of the dental field with self-regulated practices of infection control procedures. I believe that positive change can make a more efficient working atmosphere so it is best to keep informed with the latest advances in technology. Sponsored by Talladium, Inc Winthorp A Room

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Michael Mortellite, CDT 1:00pm – 3:00pm Solving the Combination Case Dilemma Utilizing the Complete Noritake System (EX-3 & CZR) F10 Next to a single central incisor, nothing is quite as challenging as a PFM located with an all ceramic crown on one side and a zirconia restoration on the other. What if there was one system, which afforded the possibility of fabricating any type of restoration using one restorative system? Now there is one system that provides you with all the tools necessary. • Discover the beauty and simplicity of the Noritake EX-3 System and the CZR Press System • Explore the many restorative possibilities when you learn the features and benefits of the Noritake CZR Press System Sponsored by Zahn Dental Conde’s Room

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Joe Weisz, CDT 1:00pm – 2:30pm Creating Lifelike Restorations with Intra-Tooth Contrast F11 How to easily and predictably create natural-looking porcelain crowns and veneers with as little as two powders. Also covered is how to create single anterior restorations that match the patient’s existing dentition. Sponsored by Shofu Dental Corporation Mead C Room

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Michael Bergler, MDT 1:30pm – 3:30pm Possibilities and Limits of CAD/CAM Dentistry F12 Zirconia... State-of-the-art? What materials work today to help us achieve our desired esthetic results? Will you still need to cast metal in the future? This program will share with you new materials, techniques and protocols for you to use in your laboratory business immediately. You will also have the benefit to participate in a hands-on session after the program using the etkon es 1 Scanner and software to design copings, frameworks and abutments. Sponsored by etkon CAD/CAM by Straumann Winthorp B Room

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Alessandro Cucchiaro, MDT 2:00pm – 4:00pm All About ZIRCONIA: State-of-the-Art F13 In the last years, Zirconium dioxide has proven itself as a very reliable and a very trendy material for the production of all types of dental restorations. This presentation will briefly cover: The ABC’s of Zirconia, where it comes from and how it is obtained. It will introduce the CAD/CAM milling system and briefly show the original manual milling system created in Europe 2003. This method of producing Zirconia copings, from single units to full arch bridges as well as screw retained bridges, is easy to use and highly affordable for all sizes dental laboratories. Sponsored by Zirkonzahn Laddins Rock

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George Obst, Keynote Speaker, Chairman Emeritus, Dental Services Group 2:00pm – 3:30pm What’s a Lab to Do? F14 Dr. Gordon Christensen was quoted recently: “Dentistry is changing so fast that it’s extremely difficult for practitioners to stay up to date.” The same may be said of dental laboratories. In this session participants will learn how: • To pinpoint external changes • To position your laboratory • To set goals • To set laser sharp priorities For more details about this session please see page 4 Sponsored by Zahn Dental Round Hill Room

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Charlie Rivas, CDT 2:30pm – 3:30pm Benefits of Friction Retaining Attachments Featuring the VS-3 & VSS Systems from Bredent F15 This lecture will showcase the benefits and use of Bredent’s VS-3 and VSS systems which provides the dental technician and dentist many restorative options for implant retained overdentures and fixed / removable combination cases Sponsored by XPdent Mead B Room

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Tom Lake, AAS, MAAIP 3:00pm – 4:30pm The Astra Tech Atlantis Approach to Implant Abutment Success F16 Productivity, Profitabity and Predictability Participants in this program will learn how and why the implant department at a top dental lab was able to evolve their implant business from an internal production model using stock parts and custom cast abutments to an outsourcing / partnership model. Attendees will learn from a lab perspective the benefits of sending cases to Atlantis in staff productivity and lab profitability as well as the benefits for clinicians and patients associated with cost and design-predictable Atlantis patient-specific abutments. Sponsored by Astra Tech Pemberwick Room

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Matt Gassel, BS 3:30pm – 4:30pm Atlantis Patient-Specific Abutments: The Lab’s Key to Implant Productivity, Profitability F17 and Positive Results This presentation will review the benefits to dental laboratories of having Atlantis patient-specific abutments for their implant cases as well as review the key steps in implementing Atlantis abutments into the lab process. Sponsored by Atlantis, components provided by Astra Tech Winthorp A Room

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Gianni Storni, CDT 3:30pm – 4:30pm Rhein83 Spherical Attachments and Implant Systems – Size, Simplicity, Function and Fabrication F18 Gianni Storni, CDT – Technical Director, Rhein83 USA, addresses the latest techniques regarding biomechanical and clinical case planning considerations of implant or root supported overdentures, partial denture, and screw retained bar combination case design. Mr. Storni discusses the unique features and benefits of Rhein83 Attachment Systems, and will illustrate the simple cost effective step-by-step labor saving procedures for fast and easy “inhouse” fabrication of substructure cast housings. Sponsored by Rhein 83 USA Mead C Room

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The Exhibit Hall is OPEN from 2:00pm – 6:30pm (Regency Ballroom)

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Michael A. DiPaulo, CDT 9:00am - 10:30am Advances in CAD/CAM S02 CAD/CAM technology is rapidly changing. There are new software changes and material options that offer many choices for the dental laboratory. This CAD/CAM technology allows for rapid design and milling of zirconia restorations in less than 15 minutes per unit. The system offers new Wizard Technology that allows for push button simplicity and increased machining accuracy, allowing anyone to quickly fabricate zirconia substructures. The presentation will demonstrate the complete CAD design phase and the new CAM process. Sponsored by Dentsply Prosthetics Sheffield Room

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Robert Posey, CDT IQ Clinic Combined with the World Class Laminates • Press to zirconia and press to metal using Initial IQ Ingots • Finishing the pressed bridges with Initial IQ Lustre Paste

Credit Hours 1.5 9:00am – 12:00pm S03

• The business reasons to press to metal and zirconia Sponsored by GC America Inc. Milbrook Room

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Vincent Verderosa, CDT, MDT 9:00am – 1:00pm Contemporary Removable Prosthodontics S04 Eliminate the frustration, intimidation, and unpredictability often associated with removable prosthesis. Join the revolution of ideas, techniques, and materials that can immediately improve the quality, enjoyment, productivity, and profitability of removable prosthetic services in your laboratory. This hands-on course will provide a contemporary approach to removable procedures, concepts, and materials.Emphasis will be placed on endentulous anatomy, anterior tooth selection and arrangement. The development of skills of communication between the clinician and the laboratory technician, and posterior denture occlusion using the new innovative BlueLineTrio® posterior denture teeth. Hands-On • $100.00 fee to participate in this hands-on workshop. Workshop • Limited to 15 participants. Must register in advance. Sponsored by Ivoclar Vivadent, Inc. Laddins Rock Room

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Mary Borg 9:30am – 11:00am Mock FDA / DAMAS Audit S05 Earn your 1.5 hour documented scientific credits for Regulatory Standards (formerly known as Infection Control) while having fun and learning about quality compliance at the same time! Join the Safelink consultants and your peers as we experience a “real” FDA / DAMAS audit of a lab’s Quality System. Sponsored by Safelink Inc. Mead B Room

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Edward Harms, BS, CDT 9:30am – 11:30am Smarten Up on How to Build Porcelain S06 Since 80 to 85 % of all restorations are posterior units, this course will concentrate on posterior buildup, porcelain margins and tips on porcelain finishing. Through consulting and interacting with some of the most successful laboratories in this country and internationally he has developed and refined innovative steps and techniques for porcelain fused to metal restorations. You will be taught how to build up a posterior crown in less than 8 minutes, press porcelain margins with only a technicians experience in Crown & Bridge and finish a posterior crown in less than 10 minutes. This clinic will leave you with excitement about change!!! Sponsored by Talladium, Inc Winthorp A Room

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Robert Henson, CDT 9:30am – 12:30pm Investing for Success S07 The interactive lecture will discuss investing/casting techniques, principles, and theories. The discussion will also cover casting and investing trouble shooting. The technician by trade is a materials expert with specialties in crown and bridge. The items covered will aid technicians in achieving more predictable and reliable results in the crown and bridge arena. Bottom line, aid in creating a more cost effective laboratory. Sponsored by Whip Mix Conde’s Room

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Les Hochhauser, VP, BS, MS 9:30am – 10:30am Good Manufacturing “5 S” System and Updates on OSHA S08 Good manufacturing starts with the “5 S” system. It is a series of activities designed to improve workplace organization. Participants learn the concept of the “5 S” system and then apply them to transform a cluttered, disorganized area into a clean organized and orderly workplace. The net effect improves product quality, reduces cycle time, increases safety and improves employee morale. The one hour course is the beginning of good manufacturing practices and essential for any quality control practices. Sponsored by American Dental Supply Belle Haven Room

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Romeo Pascetta, CDT, Keynote Speaker 10:00am – 11:30am Precision in Dental Aesthetics S01 This lecture will focus on the laboratory’s daily procedure with its technologies and methods, giving attention to all of the latest CAD/CAM systems which seem to evolve quite rapidly, with the aim of achieving a much better result for the final product. For more details about this session please see page 4 Sponsored by Vision USA / Captek Round Hill Room

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Douglas E. Brydels, CDT 10:00am – 11:30am Partials Made Easy… Tips and Tricks for Better Results S09 Partials are not difficult to fabricate but everyone has a tendency to make them more difficult by trying to do things that were never intended for partial dentures. We will show you simple straight forward design guidelines that will make all your partials fit better. Most of the problems associated with partial fabrication are caused by many small things being done incorrectly during the process. We will point out those critical areas that you need to pay closer attention to which could solve many problems. Everyone that has attended this lecture in the past has come away with a wealth of information on partial dentures. Partials can be fun and profitable if we just remember how to fabricate them correctly. Sponsored by Dentsply Prosthetics Stonington Room

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Craig Nelson, CDT, AAS 10:00am – 12:00pm Happy Denture Clients, Successful Lab S10 This course will examine some of the issues facing dental laboratories in regards to labor. The following topics will be addressed: 1) What is going on in our changing economic environment? 2) Tips to keep your denture client happy. 3) How to make the denture work with the patients’ parameters using simple records that will minimize adjustments and increase profits. 4) Tooth selection and placement in the wax-up. Sponsored by Heraeus Pemberwick Room

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Martin Schmid, CDT 10:00am – 12:00pm Become an Expert in the Crown and Bridge Department S11 The main topic of this seminar is waxing, spruing, investing, and casting. This presentation offers a scientific approach to successful and predictable results with phosphate and gypsum investments. The seminar covers controlling expansion rates, precise and consistent fits, information on mixing times and helpful hints to minimize finishing times in order to increase productivity. The proper handling of rapid firing investments will be presented as well. Sponsored by BEGO USA Byram Shore Room

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Tom Zaleske, AS 10:00am – 12:00pm Removable Prosthetics: Exploring the Options S12 In order to make educated choices, technicians need to understand the different options available for a specific task or purchase. With an ever growing plethora of products and techniques at our disposal it can be daunting at times to identify and recommend the options which fit a specific patient need or treatment plan. This presentation will attempt to draw comparisons and will provide information to help technicians discern how certain techniques or products may provide more options that will help them grow as technical resources. Sponsored by Keystone Industries Mead C Room

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George McIntosh, CDT 10:30am – 12:00am Latest Developments in Light Cured Prosthetics S13 Light Cured Prosthetics are gaining in popularity with their ease of use and time saving processes. The Eclipse® prosthetic resin system continues to lead the way and now with the Eclipse® Bonding Agent, mechanical retention for teeth is no longer required. With the new Enterra light curing unit you can make nightguards and flippers in minutes along with processed bases. Come and see the new Clear Denture Palate and the Perfect Partial. Sponsored by Dentsply Prosthetics New London AB Room

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Michael Perkowski, AAS, BA 10:30am – 12:00am Impression Techniques: Problem Recognition and Solutions S14 This slide series is designed to help trouble-shoot particular problem areas associated with Impressioning. The points covered can be of great help in determining key areas which can lead to improper fitting C&B cases. The course information can be applied to a variety of impression materials and techniques. It can be of benefit to both the dentist and dental laboratory. New for 2008! Course includes a look at Digital Impressioning and the Digital Workflow process between the Doctor and Laboratory. Sponsored by 3M ESPE Winthorp B Room

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Stratius Fotos, BA, CDT 11:00am – 12:00pm More Materials, More Applications, More CAD/CAM S15 Strat Fotos, CDT, discusses the power of the inLab system, and how the inLab system creates a partnership with your CEREC doctors. The CEREC Connect web portal allows digital communication between dentists and laboratories. Learn how to profit from the digital future of dental laboratory technology. Sponsored by Sirona Dental Mead A Room

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Vincent Alleluia, MDT 1:30pm – 4:30pm S16 Once-In-A-Lifetime Edentulous Case Attend this lecture and learn how a Once-In-A-Lifetime Edentulous Case is treated. The objective of this case is to prove the use of the Occlusal Plane analyzer system and the use of anatomical landmarks to position anterior teeth and establish the ideal plane of occlusion. 1. How to establish the plane of occlusion. 2. Position the anterior teeth for aesthetic value. 3. Type of posteriors to use for comfort and chew ability Representing the American Society of Master Dental Technologists Stonington Room

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Domenico Cascione, CDT, B S 1:30pm – 2:30pm Aesthetic Approach for Laminate Veneer and Implant Restorations S17 The objective of this lecture is to present a systematic approach based on the technician’s expertise of principles & techniques that will allow the dental technician to obtain predictable results on implant and laminate veneer challenging cases. The presentation will highlight: starting from model work, followed by mock up design, as well as planning and fabrication of provisional restorations. Another important topic to cover will be” Tissue Management Criteria” for implant cases. New London AB Room

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Paul L. Giovannone, CDT Maximize Profits with Laser Assembled Titanium Implants • Capitalizing on laser assembled titanium implants • Patient treatment planning protocols

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T G Hornischer Jr. CDT 1:30pm – 4:00pm Denture Presentation S19 This is a very comprehensive denture course. We will cover the preliminary clinical and laboratory steps to fabricate excellent to exceptional dentures. We will discuss how the laboratory can assist the dental office in delivering the necessary information we need to facilitate quality dentures. These tools and techniques can be approached from both a technical and marketing view point. These tools are essential to manufacturing a great denture. Sponsored by Vident Mead A Room

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Keith Miolen, CDT 1:30pm – 3:00pm S20 Intro to All Ceramic and CAD This course objective is to bring together the disciplines of Technical and Restorative Dentistry. Participants will learn how to choose proper restorative materials based on over all treatment plan, preparation design, and correct shade guide selection. They will also learn about the rapid growth of digital technology, how it can expand your practice, decrease chair time, and lower remake percentages. • • • • •

Occlusal philosophy (does your lab have one) Accurate diagnostics Temporary fabrications and injection techniques Preparation procedures And much more.

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David Oma-Ayere, CDT Using Implantology to Increase Profits in Your Laboratory • Discuss the value of 3D Planning

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Michael Perkowski, AAS, BA 1:30pm – 2:30pm Lava Crowns and Bridges: The Future is Digital Dentistry S22 The goal of this program is to train the doctor on the chemistry, design and advantages of the new ceramic systems. Provide clinical evidence. Look toward an impression free future through Digital Technology. • Dental market trends toward all ceramic • Why Zirconia materials and chemical analysis • Clinical Studies • And much more… Sponsored by 3M ESPE Winthorp B Room

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Martin Schmid, CDT 1:30pm – 3:30pm Attachment Selection and Case Design for Combination Cases S23 During this lecture participants will learn the fundamental techniques needed for designing attachment cases. What information does the dental laboratory need for a treatment plan? Is a rigid case design better than a nonrigid design? The dental practitioner and the lab technician will learn how important it is to work as a team. Martin will explain the proper placement of milled lingual arms and its relationship to the longevity of an attachment or combination case. Sponsored by BEGO USA Byram Shore Room

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Trevor Laingchild, RDT 2:00pm – 4:00pm Triaging the Challenges of Material Selection for Aesthetic Smile Design & Full Mouth Reconstruction S24 for Dentists and Technicians Join Trevor for this lecture where he will illustrate and describe the various types of materials available and their best applications for single tooth and comprehensive restoration. Sponsored by Ivoclar Vivadent Mead C Room

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Joachim Mosch 2:00pm – 4:00pm Implants Made Easy S25 In this course learn how to fabricate single unit to full arch implant cases easily, precisely and quickly using Metacon light cured wax. The wax-up is light cured and polymerizes into an acrylic, thus enabling the user to remove and check the fit of the wax-up before casting. Sponsored by Primotec / Dentation Winthorp A Room

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R. Max Schulze MDT, CDT 2:00pm – 4:00pm Extreme Dental Lab Makeover S26 Are you running your lab or is your lab running you? If you are sitting on the bench working over forty hours a week, cannot find time to take vacations and weekends are spent in the lab, you need to attend. Our industry is currently experiencing tremendous growth. Those laboratories that are taking advantage of these opportunities are learning how to make substantial money not just a living. This intimate business clinic is for the lab owner or owner-to-be who need to stabilize and grow his business through the use of quality improvement tools. Sponsored by TechQuest International Pemberwick Room

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Bruno D’Innocenzo & Nery Peredes 2:30pm – 3:30pm Stepping up to the Digital Age to Maximize Communication with Your Doctor S27 Nery Peredes will share his knowledge of digital photography incorporating “picasa” software along with the use of Vision USA’s digital microscope to improve communication between dentist and lab technician. In this cyberspace era, you now have the tools and technology to transmit valuable photos and information about cases in a time frame that maximizes the efficiency for both dentist and technician.This course is suitable for technicians with limited up through advanced training in digital photography and computer knowledge. Sponsored by Vision USA a Dentrex Company Mead B Room

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Jeff Yeider, CDT 2:30pm – 4:30pm Pentron Avanté Z Porcelain for Zirconia S28 The new Avanté Z system from Pentron Ceramics, Inc. was developed for use with YZTP zirconia ceramics substructures, both white and shaded. Attendees will learn how important it is to know the opacity of porcelain materials and how to control Hue, Chroma, Value and Opacity to obtain particular effects. Using the tools demonstrated the attendees will learn how to fully use only one system for all their ceramic needs providing custom crowns with production time limits. As a part of the course, you will be introduced to alternative pressing techniques. Sponsored by Pentron Ceramic Belle Haven Room

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David Lesh, CDT CAD / CAM Implant Bars Design and Manufacture • Benefits of CAD/CAM implant bars • Styles, indications and platform compatibility • Fast and easy CAD design of implant bars • Hi-tech machining and implant bars Sponsored by Dale Dental Seminar Group Sheffield Room

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Congress Speakers 2008 S16 S VVincent V. Alleluia, MDT, ASMDT President, 1997 & 1999 Dental Technology training in the U.S. Navy. Five yyears training with Dr. E.G. Grainger in gnathological concepts. Owned Aldente Dental Labs for 10 years, s specializing in mouth reconstruction. Faculty member at N.Y.U. College of Dentistry, Ced, for 12 years. CDT for 2 years in 5 categories. Technical Fellow of the Northeastern Gnathological Society. Director and Coordinator 24 o Education for ASMDT. of F F12 M Michael Bergler, MDT, was trained in Germany. Since June 2008 he has been the Director of CAD/CAM C Ceramic Center, School of Dental Medicine, (Chairmen: Prof. Dr. Markus B. Blatz), University of Pennsylvania, PPhiladelphia, USA.

FF05, S05 M Mary A. Borg is President and Co-Founder of Safelink Inc., a nationally recognized safety and quality cconsulting firm. She is a columnist on the topic of risk management for The JDT Unbound and has been published p and quoted in other nationally recognized dental magazines. In 2003, she was presented with a Merit M Award by the NADL in recognition of her contributions and outstanding service to the dental laboratory industry i and to the NADL. She is an authorized trainer under OSHA’s Outreach Program and a Consultant and External Auditor for quality assurance programs including DAMAS. S09 S Douglas E. Brydels is a Certified Dental Technician with over 20 years experience. He is a Technical Specialist D for f Dentsply Prosthetics Division. Doug has worked in all phases of partial dentures. Doug will hold training and a educational programs along with material testing and evaluation for Dentsply. He is currently involved in research r for new techniques and materials for removable partial dentures.

S S17 D Domenico Cascione, CDT, BS, obtained his primary education in Bari (Italy), where he was also certified as a Dental Technologist (CDT) in 1985. From 1991 to 2004 he carried out metallurgy research becoming a specialist s in dental metallurgy. From 1986 to 2004 he was the owner and Director of Dental Laboratory in Bari (Italy). ( He specialized in metallurgy, implant work and complex rehabilitation. In January 2005, he became Research R Associate and Program Director, Advanced Training for Dental Technology at the Center for Dental Technology, the University of Southern California School of Dentistry. He is the 2007 winner of the Judson C. Hichey Award in the research category in the Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry. F13 F Alessandro A Cucchiaro, MDT is a Certified Master Dental Technician from Europe (Italy) with more than 25 2 years of experience out of which he owned his own lab for 20 years. He was trained by the owner of Zirkonzahn, Z Enrico Steger, who is one of the top dental technicians in Europe and the inventor of the manual milling m system. Today, he is the instructor on the manual milling system at the Zirkonzahn training facility in Atlanta, A GA and lectures all over the world on Zirconia and the manual milling system.

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F01 Grant P. Day B Sc, CDT, is the Director, Technical Services for Zahn Dental specializing in alloys, composites and ceramics. Prior to joining Zahn Dental in 2004, Grant was Director, Technical Services for Pentron Laboratory Technologies for over 24 years. He shares over 32 years experience in dentistry as a laboratory manager, educator, and research associate. He is a graduate of Los Angeles City College Dental Technology Program (1974). Mr. Day completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. He is certified by the National Association of Dental Laboratories in Dental Ceramics. S S27 B Bruno D’Innocenzo, MDT, is an Italian born technician. He came to the United States about 17 years ago. He H acquired his Master Dental Technician degree by attending for 5 years the “Professional Institute for Artisanship A - Dental School Branch” in the city of L’Aquila, Italy in 1990. Upon coming to the United States, he h worked for 6 years with two crown and bridge laboratories in New Jersey. In 2000 Bruno joined Dentrex and a Captek in the capacity of Technical Sales Director and has trained and consulted with many laboratories across the U.S., Costa Rica and Europe in particular Italy and Spain. S02 S Michael M A. DiPaulo, CDT, is a 1971 graduate of the Mastbaum Technical Institute comprehensive dental laboratory l program in Philadelphia, PA. His 35 years of experience include a two and half year tour in the US N Navy as a general and laboratory technician in Washington DC. Michael is currently a Technical Specialist for D Dentsply Prosthetics. Michael managed the ceramics department of a large commercial laboratory for 10 yyears, and was also the owner and operator of his own ceramic studio for 15 years where he specialized in high-end esthetic restorations and implants. F07 F Norbert Duepner, MDT, ARGEN’s Technical Director for 20 years, has been in the dental industry’s laboratory N field f for many years, and lectures extensively on behalf of Argen both overseas and in the United States. An experienced e lab Manager, Norbert was the Owner and Operator of Duepner Dental Lab in Mexico City for 11 y years. He received his certification as a Certified Dental Technician at Northwestern University in Chicago, and i a thirty five year CDT honoree. is F08, F S15 Stratius S Fotos, BA, CDT, completed his dental technology education in 1980 at the U.S. Navy School of Dental Technology. T In 1986 he obtained his bachelors degree from West Virginia University. He is a Certified Dental Technician, T president & owner; Creations Crown & Bridge Dental Lab, Inc. specializes in CAD/CAM technology, and a is a beta testing site. His practical/technical approach to presentations teach dentists and dental labs how CAD/CAM C technology works and impacts their respective practices. FF17 M Matt Gassel is the U.S. National Sales Director for Astra Tech’s laboratory channel. Mr. Gassel graduated with a B.S. in Marketing from Missouri State University in 1989 and has been involved in medical device Sales and M Marketing for 16 years. He joined Atlantis Components in early 2004 as one of the first regional managers and bbecame Atlantis’ first Director of Sales in late 2004. When Astra Tech acquired Atlantis in late 2007, Mr. Gassel aassumed the role of Region Manager, East, responsible for laboratory sales for Astra Tech in the eastern half of the U.S. and was subsequently promoted to National Sales Director in May of 2008.

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S18 S PPaul L. Giovannone, CDT, is president and CEO of Biogenic Dental Corporation and its affiliates. He has over 330 year’s dental laboratory experience as a technician, technical director, laboratory owner, and innovator iin prostheses fabrication. Paul has pioneered the use of laser technology in the dental laboratory industry, ccreating techniques for component laser assembling of implant support frames and superstructures.

S S06 EEdward Harms, BS, CDT is agraduate of Southern Illinois University with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in ddental technology with advanced studies in physics and metallurgy. In 1970 he assembled a group of investors aand aerospace engineers to form Talladium.

FF09 TTara Harms, AS, BA, is employed by Talladium, Inc., a family-operated company that manufactures products for f dental labs. She has an A.S. in Biology, B.A. in Psychology from Southern Illinois University, Master of Business B Administration, and a Master’s in Educational Psychology at Northern Illinois University. Beyond her formal f educational background, she worked in the education departments of Anheuser-Busch’s Sea WorldOrlando and Walt Disney World’s Living Seas at EPCOT. Tara is an OSAP (Organization for Safety and Asepsis O Procedures) member and has earned 27 credit hours through OSAP, CDC, and ADA toward Infection Control. S07 S Robert Henson, CDT, is a Senior Technical Representative for Whip Mix Corporation. Prior to joining Whip R Mix, he served in the Air Force as a laboratory technician and a laboratory instructor. He completed Air Force M ddegrees in Dental Laboratory Technology, Instructor of Technology and Military Science. Robert received his C CDT in crowns and bridge in 1977, and achieved the Master Instructor Certification in 1998 and brings with hhim over 20 years of technical experience. At Whip Mix he is responsible for providing technical support, presenting continued education programs and conducting practical laboratory testing on products. S08 S Leslie L D. Hochhauser VP. BS, MS, graduated Brooklyn College City University of New York with a BS in Chemistry C 1964, Master Program. He created and developed manufacturing specifications for over 250 dental products p for AMERICAN DENTAL SUPPLY, INC. He also developed and implemented quality control procedures for f fine chemical raw materials and finished products. He prepared Good Manufacturing Practices training programs p for Quality Control and Production areas. S S19 TT.G. Hornischer Jr, CDT was the recipient of the NADL’s Excellence in Education Award and Merit Award for 22006. He is the general manager of Centric Dental Laboratory, a 25 person, full service dental laboratory iin Bullard, Texas. T.G. earned his degree in Dental Technology in 1979, and received his National Board Certification in 1981. He has completed numerous implant and prosthetic courses, and has also taught courses C iin both the U.S. and abroad.

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S24 S TTrevor Laingchild, RDT, currently owns and operates The Burlington Dental Studio Inc. in Burlington and YYorkville Dental Studio in Toronto both in Ontario, Canada, where he applies a worldly perspective and a p practiced eye to the fine art of dental technology while specializing in aesthetics. Trevor Laingchild’s sense of a adventure has taken him on an international road in his profession as a third generation Dental Technologist. A formal Dental Education in London, England, he managed a Dental Laboratory in Germany and served as After Chief Dental Technician for an American Hospital in Saudi Arabia. Further experiences included, expanding his technical horizons whilst working in Norway, Scandinavia. F F16 T Tom Lake, AAS, MAAIP completed his degree in Dental Technology at the University of Kentucky. He is B Board Certified in Fixed Prosthodontics and received his Mastership from the American Academy of Implant PProsthodontics. In 2003, Tom’s recognition as a successful clinical lecturer was fulfilled by being charged to cconduct the Graduate Prosthodontic Program at the University of Florida, College of Dentistry. In 2007, Tom aadded his years of academic, clinical, and laboratory experience to Thayer Dental Laboratory’s vast reserve of dental laboratory experience. S29 S David Lesh, CDT, is founder and President of Dale Dental, Inc., America’s first dental lab exclusively for dental D llabs. David began his career in dental technology over 15 years ago working at his family-owned laboratory in i both technical and managerial capacities. He worked as a marketing director for a large north east dental laboratory l in addition to providing marketing consultation to other industries including internet technology and petroleum. p He majored in business management and afterwards perused continued education in the areas of marketing and advertising. David opened Dale Dental, Inc. in January 2000 in Richardson, Texas. F04 F Paul P Mancini, CDT, has developed a unique perspective on restorative dentistry during the past 25 years. He began b his dental technology education in the army at Fort Sam in Houston, Texas, in addition to obtaining a d degree in dental technology from Eli Whitney Technical School in Connecticut. He has served as Vice President o a large, full service laboratory, with all its challenges of dealing with clients, production, quality control, of p product development and training, as well as all the personnel management issues. In addition, Paul has 17 year experience owning his own laboratory. Paul is presently the owner/manager of DayStar Dental Inc., in Bolton Connecticut and works as a technical consultant to Sterngold. S13 S George G McIntosh, CDT is currently employed by Dentsply Prosthetics as a Technical Specialist. He has 40 4 years of diverse experience in the dental profession. He is a graduate of the US Navy Class “A” Dental Technician T School. George holds a AAS degree in Dental Laboratory Technology and is a CDT. He has worked as a a dental assistant, dental hygienist, in dental sales, and for 35 years as a dental lab technician. George also owned o and operated a laboratory specializing in full and cast partial dentures. He has managed and worked in all aspects of full and partial denture departments.

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FF10 Michael Mortellite, CDT, is a graduate of Lyons Institute of Dental Technology and has over 20 years M eexperience in the art and science of dental ceramics. After graduating, Michael went to work for several ddifferent South Jersey Dental Laboratories honing his skills. In 1988, Michael opened MBM Dental Studio, of w which he is the owner and operator. MBM is a small high quality laboratory, which specializes in full mouth ffunction and reconstruction for doctors who were trained by Pankey and Dawson institutes. He also prides himself on excellent aesthetic restorative artistry as well. S S25 JJoachim Mosch was born in 1959, studied dental engineering and technology as well as international bbusiness. Mr. Mosch has been working for 18 years (for the last 11 years as general manager) at the European headquarters h of an American dental company before he started his own business (Primotec /Primodent) in the t year 2000. Mr. Mosch has published various articles on different dental subjects such as Light Cured Wax (the ( Metacon System), functional bite splint therapy using light cured splint materials (primosplint), welding techniques and laser. He also gives lectures on these subjects throughout the world. S20 S Keith Miolen, CDT, is the Technical Director / Educational Director at Craftsman Dental Lab in Beacon NY. He is K the t founder of the Craftsman Technical Institute in Beacon, NY. Mr. Miolen is on the Writers and Editorial Board oof Solutions Media, Publisher of GA Dental Practice. He has written a number of articles for leading dental ppublications, including Dental Lab Products, Insider Dentistry and the Journal of Dental Technology.

FF02 W William T. Mrazek, BS, CDT, is the owner of Mrazek Prosthodontics, Ltd., a small high-end laboratory in N Naperville, Illinois. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from the University of Illinois, and AAssociate of Science degree in Dental Technology. In addition to his 30 years of experience in the dental ttechnology profession, he is a regular contributor to LMT, and is on the editorial boards of PPAD and C Collaborative Techniques. S S10 C Craig Nelson, CDT, AAS studied commercial art and worked as a muralist restoring murals in gothic temples. H He has an associate of applied sciences (AAS) in dental technology from Texas State Technical Institute in Waco, W TX. Craig has been a certified dental technician for over 30 years and has been actively involved with several s dental manufacturers in the research and development of new products. He has taught advanced courses c in composite materials as well as ceramics (both metal and metal-free) in the competitive world of dentistry. FF14 George Obst Chairman Emeritus, Dental Services Group, G KKeynote Speaker: Friday, September 19, 2008 2:00pm 2 – 3:30pm Please P see page 4 for biographical information.

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S21 S David Oma-Ayere, CDT has lectured throughout the world on Implant Technology planning and production. D

S S01 R Romeo Pascetta, CDT KKeynote Speaker: Saturday, September 20, 2008 110:00am – 11:30am PPlease see page 4 for biographical information.

S27 S Nery Peredes, CDT, completed the Dental Technology Program at Lindsey Hopkins Technical Education Center N aand graduated as a Recognized Graduate by the National Board of Certification in 1998. Since graduating Mr. PParedes has studied under many renowned Masters and enjoys sharing his knowledge. He is co-owner of S.A.N. S Creations Dental Lab. Inc. He and his brother specialize in Ceramics Fuse to Metal, Pressable Ceramic, and a Indirect Composite. S14, S S22 Michael M Perkowski, AAS, BA, started his professional career as a dental technician having earned his AAS Degree D from NYC Technical College. Later on he pursued his BA in marketing at St. John’s University. He has 30 3 years experience in sales and education in both the Dental Operatory and Dental Laboratory. He served 14 1 years as Senior Account Representative and Technical Trainer for 3M ESPE and currently works as their Laboratory L and Digital Ceramics Specialist. S03 S Robert R Posey, CDT, graduated from the National School of Health Technology in 1979. Bob has owned and ooperated his own dental laboratory, Posey Dental Lab Inc., in Langhome, PA since 1987 to present. Bob Posey iis certified in numerous implant systems, is an LD Pankey-Dawson graduate and his laboratory is LVI certified. H His laboratory was the beta lab for the introduction of Finesse porcelain in the United States and Europe. Bob PPosey has also lectured on Porcelain veneers since 1980 and he has presided over hands-on demonstrations on all ceramics in the US and Canada. F03 Chuck Reifer holds a BA degree in Business and Education from New York University. Chuck was part of a large home furnishings company for over 35 years, where he became the President and CEO. The company grew to over 250 million in sales and had 12 manufacturing facilities with over 3500 employees. In 1979, Chuck started to develop outsourcing relationships in China and after his retirement in 1995, he joined a major exporter of home furnishing products for the US market. In 2005, Mr. Reifer and his partners created the business model for Dentalle and in 2006, the lab facility in Beijing began manufacturing dental restoration for the US market.

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FF15 Charlie Rivas, CDT, began his career in dental technology in 1986. Growing up in his father’s lab, Charlie C worked mostly with removable prosthetics throughout high school. He also worked for Technics Dental w LLaboratory while attending Lindsey Hopkins Technical education center, where he graduated after successfully ccompleting two years of training in dental technology. In 1995, he began working for Implant Technical SSupport, a German operated laboratory, where he received intensive training on implants, crown and bridge, attachments, milling and implant supported prosthesis. He is a Certified Dental Technician (CDT) and is currently the head of the technical support department at XPdent Corporation.

S S11, S23 M Martin Schmid, CDT is the Director of Education Services at BEGO. He is a practicing member of the lab ccommunity offering extensive experience with a great knack for teaching and extending his knowledge to oothers. Martin’s programs are often standing room only due to his solid reputation in the industry, and his eenjoyable lectures!

S26 S R. Max Schulze MDT, CDT, is the business / life coach to the dental laboratory industry. As the director of R TTechQuest International, a company dedicated to dental laboratory education, he has created the Extreme Dental D Laboratory Makeover to teach his clients how to be successful in their dental lab business. His mission is i to help laboratories become successful through business and technical audits and his coaching programs. Max M is a graduate of NY School of Mechanical Dentistry and NYU’s Master’s Technology Program.

F03 Dr. Richard S. Sokol holds a DMD degree from Case Western Reserve Dental School, as well as a BA degree from the University of Michigan. His residency program and post-graduate studies were completed at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dentistry. While in dental school, Dr. Sokol worked as a dental technician in a full service dental laboratory. After practicing dentistry for 28 years, Dr. Sokol moved to Florida where he became secretary for a publically-held dental corporation which had numerous dental clinics. Presently, Dr. Sokol is Vice President of Marketing for Dentalle and also serves as technical advisor.

FF18 G Gianni Storni, CDT, Technical Director-Rhein83, graduated 1985 from Villaggio del Fanciullo of Bologna Italy. There T he studied dental technology for 5 years before joining one of the most prestigious dental laboratories in i Italy, specializing in fixed and removable case design. In 1987, Gianni became a protégé of Mr. Ezio Nardi, N founder of Rhein83 srl, where he began designing a new concept of castable attachments. Today his attachments a and implant systems are distributed in over 75 countries, and is recognizing as the “world leading manufacturer of spherical attachments.

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S04 S VVincent Verderosa, CDT, MDT, has 33 years experience in the dental laboratory industry and has earned hhis certification in removable prosthetics. He owned and operated Greenrose Dental Lab on Long Island for 1 years. Presently he is Senior Laboratory Technician at Stony Brook University School of Dental Medicine. 16 V Vincent has lectured across the United States on all phases of denture construction, Centreline Technology, B recorders, and Linear Occlusion. He is the founder and owner of Denture University a company dedicated Bite to dental technology and education for the dental technician. F F11 J Weisz, CDT, co-directs the UCLA Master Dental Ceramist Program, a full-time two-year institute dedicated Joe in i training ceramists the science and art of creating esthetic and realistic restorations. The program’s director is i Dr. Ed McLaren, an internationally recognized ceramist and lecturer. Mr. Weisz is also an instructor within the t Department of Dental Technology at Los Angeles City College and a member of its Curriculum Advisory Board. B In June 2007 he received the Bachelor of Science degree in dental technology from the University of Texas. S28 S Jeff J Yeider, CDT owns and operates NoDecay Dental Lab, Inc. in Truckee, CA. His apprenticeship with his father, f a dentist, gained him an insight very few lab technicians are able to acquire, dental lab technology ffrom the Dentist’s point of view. Jeff has lectured, trained and certified laboratories in various techniques, has aassisted manufacturers as an educator for pressing techniques and has been called on to troubleshoot for m major production labs nationwide. Since the early ‘90s, Jeff has continually been involved in product testing and the development of ceramic products and systems. FF06, S12 TThomas Zaleske, AS, has been a dental technician and laboratory owner for 21 years. Author, international llecturer dental laboratory and manufacturing consultant, Tom has been a familiar face on the lecture circuit ffor 4 years. His laboratory is currently located in Crown Point, Indiana which is in the NW Indiana/Chicago m metro area.

Stay Connected!

Use the SIRONA internet Kiosk Computers will be available for the duration of the Congress for attendees to use. Check your email. • Check for the latest events in the city. • All the info you need is at your fingertips! Friday 8:00am – 6:30pm • Saturday 7:00am – 5:00pm Sponsored by Sirona

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Our 10 th year!

LMT LAB DAY EAST ®

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Make it in Manhattan! Saturday, April 18, 2009

Š Grand Hyatt New York, located at 42nd Street and Lexington Ave.; adjacent to Grand Central Station Š More than 85 exhibits by laboratory product manufacturers

LAB DAY Chicago Feb. 28, 2009 LAB DAY WEST May 9, 2009

Š Earn your CDT credits at dozens of technical and business continuing education programs Š Network with your peers Š Door prizes donated by exhibitors Š Hours: Exhibits are open from 9am to 4pm. Clinics start at 8am and run concurrently until 5:00pm Š For more details on LAB DAY EAST, visit www.lmtcommunications.com, watch upcoming issues of LMT or call 203-459-2888.

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LAB DAY EAST is brought to you by LMT Communications, publisher of LMT ®, the leading magazine for dental laboratory decision-makers. LMT Communications is also the sponsor of LAB DAY CHICAGO— the largest trade show in the United States with over 3,200 U.S. and international attendees—and LAB DAY WEST in Garden Grove, California, the industry’s biggest gathering on the West Coast.

LMT

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TRICKS and HINTS A new book by GĂŠrald Ubassy 72 Questions with corresponding detailed answers

From the creative genius of the French Master GĂŠrald Ubassy, a new literary work of the highest educational and photographic content. The questions and the solutions focus on daily challenges that all dental laboratories face and are explained and resolved in a concise and clear manner. The author has collected 72 challenges and offers corresponding solutions; Tricks that he uses in his dental laboratory in order to optimize efficiency and obtain brilliant results each day in each case. We encourage you to continue your passion and commitment to excellence by purchasing TRICKS and HINTS today!

Cost: $259.00 Cost for Spectrum Plus subscribers:

$210.00 For information call: 905.489.1970

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Join Us for a

Cocktail Reception on the exhibit hall floor at 4:00pm! Mix & mingle with your fellow technicians!

Hawaiian Luau Dinner, Dance with Entertainment Friday, September 19, 2008 6:00pm – 12:00am • Sun Court Enjoy your Hawaiian themed dinner while being entertained by tropical Hawaiian dancers and Polynesian drummers. Great prizes to be won! $500.00 Gift Cards, Video IPOD “Best in Costume” and “Best in Show” • This is an evening you should not miss! Sponsored by Argen Corporation

Stay Connected!

Use the SIRONA internet Kiosk Computers will be available for the duration of the Congress for attendees to use. Check your email. • Check for the latest events in the city. • All the info you need is at your fingertips! Friday 8:00am – 6:30pm • Saturday 7:00am – 5:00pm Sponsored by Sirona

Win a VIDEO IPOD! Attend the Hawaiian Luau on Friday, September 19, 2008 to qualify! • 6:00pm – 12:00am • Sun Court Dinner, Dancing and Live Entertainment • Winner will be announced during the evening. Sponsored by Heraeus

Win a $500.00 Gift Card! Two $500.00 Gift cards will be given away during the Hawaiian Luau! Friday, September 19, 2008 to qualify! • 8:00pm – 12:00am (Riverside Ballroom) Dinner, Dancing and Live Entertainment Sponsored by Sirona and Accurate Metals

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3M ESPE

GC America

Renfert

Accurate Metals

Global Link

SafeLink

ADS

Heraeus

Schutz Dental Group

Amann Girbach

Ivoclar Vivadent

Shofu Dental Corp.

AMD Dental

Jelrus

St. George Technology

American Recovery

KaVo

Sterngold

Argen

KDF US Inc.

Strauman

Astra Tech

Kerr Corporation

Swiss NF Metals

Axis

Keystone

Talladium

Bisco Dental

Lincoln

Valplast

Brasseler USA

LMT Communications

Vaniman Manufacturing

BTI Laser

Meta Dental

Vident

Crystal Dental Lab

Nevin Labs

Vision USA

Dentalle Inc.

Nobel Biocare

Whip Mix

Dentation

Patterson Dental

XPdent

Dentorium

Pease & Curren

Zahn

Dentsply Prosthetics

Quatro

Zirkon Zahn

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Friday & Saturday, September 19 – 20, 2008 NEW Location! Hyatt Regency, 1800 East Putnam Ave., Old Greenwich, CT Featuring Keynote Speakers

George Obst (Saturday)

(Friday)

Romeo Pascetta

Over 100 Commercial Exhibits • Over 1000 Dental Technician in Attendance • Over 40 Educational Sessions worth CE Credits Hawaiian Luau with Entertainment! (Friday) Free Mediterranean Buffet Lunch on the exhibit hall floor • Come back to where it all began Reunion! (Saturday) 5 Star Resort Hotel • Minutes from Manhattan Bring your family; bring your lab for a get-away weekend of learning

RETURN ADDRESS

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