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SPECTRUM dialogue Techno-Clinical Day

TORONTO

October 12, 2012

Hilton Suites Conference Centre & Spa (Toronto / Markham) 8500 Warden Ave, Markham, ON L6G 1A5

Speakers Dr. Allen Aptekar

Dr. Mark Lin

Dr. Murray Arlin

Andrew Long, RDT

Domenico Cascione, MDT

Richard Napolitano, CDT

Jim Collis, CDT

Peter Pizzi, MDT

Roland P. Estrabillo, DDS

Dr. William Rodriguez

Dr. Joseph Fava

Fadi Touma, RDT, CDT

Roger R. Johansen, CDT

Carlo Zanon, DD

Luke S. Kahng, CDT

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PROGRAM INFORMATION FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2012 CLINICAL PROGRAM

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ANNUAL COCKTAIL RECEPTION 8:00pm - 9:00pm

SPECTRUM dialogue Techno-Clinical Day TORONTO Location and Accommodation Hilton Suites Conference Centre & Spa (Toronto/Markham) 8500 Warden Ave, Markham, ON L6G 1A5 Tel: 905.470.8500 Suite: $139.00 / night Booked for Spectrum Day To make a reservation, please visit: http://www3.hilton.com/en/hotels/ontario/hilton-suites-toronto-markham-conference-centre-and-spa-YYZAPHF/index.html If you are making reservations over the phone please indicate that you are booking under “Spectrum Day” in October.

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SPECTRUM DIALOGUE TECHNO-CLINICAL DAY TORONTO

PROGRAM @ A GLANCE CLINICAL TIME

SPEAKER

TOPIC

SPONSOR

9:00am - 11:00am

Duane Baluke, RDT, Corey Lewis, Stephan Danco, Jennifer Dibbens, Dr. Mohamed Ellaham, Randy Popitcoe

Aesthethic Design & Implant Academy - Digital Panel Discussion

Baluke Dental Studios, Donald Cousens 1 Exan Mercedes, Straumann, Velscope

10:30am - 11:30am

Dr. Allen Aptekar

Implant Surgery for the General Practitioner - Treatment Planning

Implant Solutions

11:00am - 11:30am Break 11:30am - 12:30pm

Dr. Murray Arlin

ROOM

Donald Cousens 2 Donald Cousens 1

Advances, Trends and Controversies in Periodontics and Implant Dentistry

ADIA

12:30pm - 1:30pm Exhibit Hall Opens - Lunch for Purchase

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1:30pm - 2:30pm

Dr. William Rodriguez

Enhancing Your Dental Practice With Lasers - See How Lasers Work In Your Daily Practice

Biolase

Donald Cousens 2

1:30pm - 2:30pm

Dr. Joseph Fava

ALL THAT GLITTERS AIN’T GOLD. The Era of Zirconia.

Straumann

Donald Cousins 1

2:30pm - 3:00pm

Exhibit Hall - Break

3:00pm - 4:00pm

Dr. Mark Lin

Donald Cousens 345 All-On-4 Treatment Concept

Nobel Biocare

Donald Cousins 1

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ROOM

TECHNICAL TIME

SPEAKER

TOPIC

12:30pm - 1:30pm Exhibit Hall Opens - Lunch for Purchase

Donald Cousens 345

1:00pm - 2:00pm

Fadi Touma, RDT, CDT

Simplified Restorative Options for Predictable Results with Dental Implants

Dentsply Implants

Violet/Orchard

2:00pm - 3:00pm

Roger R. Johansen, CDT

The Ultimate Solution for Strength and Beauty

3M ESPE

Violet/Orchard

3:00pm - 3:30pm

Exhibit Hall - Break

3:30pm - 4:30pm

Richard Napolitano, CDT

Digital Advances for the Dental Laboratory

Biomet 3i

Violet/Orchard

4:30pm - 5:30pm

Luke S. Kahng, CDT

Achieve More Esthetic Shade Matching with CAD/CAM Design

GC America

Violet/Orchard

5:30pm - 6:00pm

Exhibit Hall - Break

6:00pm - 7:00pm

Peter Pizzi, MDT

Esthetic Realities for Today and Tomorrow

ADTO

Violet/Orchard

7:00pm - 8:00pm

Domenico Cascione MDT

Tissue Management Criteria on the Implant Restoration with a Novel Approach for Non-Invasive Pontic Site Development

Core3d Centres/ Synca

Violet/Orchard

8:00pm - 9:00pm

Exhibit Hall - Cocktail Reception

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DENTURIST TIME

SPEAKER

TOPIC

SPONSOR

ROOM

2:00pm - 3:00pm

Carlo Zanon, DD

Part 1: “Genios” Teeth: A New Line Worth Looking At Part 2: An Introduction to Snoring & Sleep Apnea

Dentsply Canada

Donald Cousens 2

3:00pm - 4:00pm

Andrew Long, RDT

Economical Alternatives to Milled Implant Bars

Nordenta

Donald Cousens 2

4:00pm - 4:30pm

Exhibit Hall - Break

4:30pm - 5:30pm

Dr. Mark Lin

Implant Overdenture Treatment Options and Case Presentation for Patient Acceptance

Nobel Biocare

Donald Cousens 2

5:30pm - 6:30pm

Jim Collis, CDT

The UltraSuction™ Denture System, and the Reline & Revitalize Alternative

OnCore

Donald Cousens 2

6:30pm - 7:00pm

Exhibit Hall - Break

7:00pm - 8:00pm

Roland P. Estrabillo, DDS

8:00pm - 9:00pm

Exhibit Hall - Cocktail Reception

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CLINICAL Aesthetic Design & Implant Academy Digital Panel Discussion Intra-oral Scanning of Straumann Implants with iTero System Stephan Danco I Straumann Digital Work Flow from Fixture Scan to Model Milling & Lab Design with CAD/CAM Abutment Production Jennifer Dibbens I Straumann Paperless Office Dr. Mohamed Ellaham I Exan Mercedes How CAD/CAM Plays a Role in Lab Restorations Duane Baluke, RDT and Corey Lewis I Baluke Dental Studios Effective Oral Cancer Screening Randy Popitcoe I Velscope

9:00am - 11:00am • Donald Cousens 1 • 2 points ADIA

Implant Surgery for the General Practitioner - Treatment Planning • • • • • •

Patient Identification • Diagnosis Treatment Planning • Force Factors Contraindications • Medical History Review Single implants, i) mandible ii) maxilla Multiple implants –fixed prostho., i) mandible ii) maxilla Removable implant retained prosthetics, i) mandible ii) maxilla

Dr. Allen Aptekar studied at the University of Toronto, earning his Bachelors of Science degree in Biology. He received his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree with distinction at the University of Saskatchewan College of Dentistry. He then completed a one year hospital residency at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Center and the University of Toronto. He has authored and coauthored several articles in refereed professional dental journals, and is a lecturer in dental implant procedures for dentists and denturists. He practices in the Greater Toronto Area, with a special interest and focus on dental implantology. 10:30am - 11:30am • Donald Cousens 2 • 1 point Implant Solutions 4

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11:00am - 11:30am

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Advances, Trends and Controversies in Periodontics and Implant Dentistry Dental professionals are inundated with numerous publications and as well with commercial salespersons. It is very difficult for the private practitioner to do thorough research and to differentiate what are miracle materials or simply mighty marketing. This seminar will highlight some of the current concepts in Periodontics and Implant Dentistry and will address some of the controversies that plague our industry.

Murray Arlin, D.D.S., dip Perio, F.R.C.D.(C)

received his D.D.S. from McGill University in 1977. After a 1 year Residency in General Dentistry at the Jewish General Hospital in Montreal, he began his Post-Graduate Program in Periodontics at the University of Toronto, graduating in 1980. Dr. Arlin received his Membership and Fellowship in the Royal College of Dentists of Canada in 1981 and 1983 respectively. He has taught at the Undergraduate and Periodontal Post-Graduate departments at the University of Toronto. Dr. Arlin received his training in Implant Dentistry initially in 1985 and since then has been actively involved in Continuing Education. He has placed and documented over 10,000 implants to date. He has lectured internationally and has authored many articles on Periodontics and Implant Dentistry.

11:30am - 12:30pm • Donald Cousens 1 • 1 point

12:30pm - 1:30pm

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EXHIBIT HALL OPENS LUNCH FOR PURCHASE

Enhancing Your Dental Practice with Lasers - See How Lasers Work in Your Daily Practice • • • • •

Brief History of Lasers Short info on Laser Physics. Indications for Laser Photos and Videos of cases using the Laser. Return on investment. IS it worth having a laser? SPECTRUM dialogue Techno-Clinical Day TORONTO

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Dr. William Rodriguez is the principal dentist at Dr. William Rodriguez Dentistry Professional Corporation in Mississauga, Ontario. He graduated from the University of the East, Manila, Philippines in 1980 and the National Dental Examining Board, Ontario, Canada in 1995. He is fluent in English, Tagalog, Cebuano, and Ilonggo. 1:30pm- 2:30pm • Donald Cousens 2 • 1 point Biolase

ALL THAT GLITTERS AIN’T GOLD. The Era of Zirconia. Designed for clinicians and dental technicians who want to provide their patients/customers with zirconia based restorative options. This course provides an excellent foundation for growing your “metal free” practice or laboratory. Restorative solutions ranging from single-unit, multiple-unit, and full arch restorations will be discussed. Custom CAD/CAM abutments will be compared to commercially available “stock” zirconia abutments. To maximize aesthetic outcome layered vs. monolithic zirconia restorations will be discussed. The limitations of zirconia based restorations will be examined to help achieve predictability in its usage. Learning Objectives: • • • • • •

What is zirconia? The unique material properties of zirconia Advantages of zirconia based restorations Case selection and lab communication Advantages of full contoured monolithic zirconia vs. layered zirconia copings Limitations of zirconia based CAD/CAM

Dr. Joseph Fava

completed 2 years of an honours degree in Biology/Psychology prior to being accepted to the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Toronto. He practiced as a general dentist for 10 years before returning to complete a specialty program at the University of Toronto in Prosthodontics and a MSc. focused on the topic of Dental Implants in the Aesthetic Zone. He currently maintains a private Prosthodontic practice with emphasis and focus on aesthetic and implant dentistry in the Yorkville area in Toronto. He is a distinguished Kois Mentor and Co-Director of the Mini-Residency in Implant Dentistry continuing education course at the University of Toronto.

All-On-4 Treatment Concept The “All-On-4” treatment concept for the full arch edentulous rehabilitation can provide simplified, predictable, aesthetic, fixed and immediate functional teeth in 1 day. The advantages of the “All-On-4” concept will usually require fewer implants, minimal morbidity, avoid the need for extensive grafting, less financial cost, potential immediate temporization with same day fixed teeth, predictable esthetics and extremely high patient satisfaction and acceptance. This course will address the clinical skills required to achieve optimal success with the ‘All-On-4” treatment concept. A step by step evaluation of all parameters will be addressed with comprehensive hands on practical exercises with the models provided. The implementation of the “All-On-4” treatment concept will require several parameters to be covered in detail as follows: • Systematic pretreatment evaluation and patient selection criteria • Surgical parameters for number (4-6) and location of implants to achieve initial stability for the maxillary and mandibular arches • Immediate loading consideration and protocol • Step by step review for the conversion technique from the complete dentures to the screw retained immediate provisional • Final fixed prosthetic parameters for optimal esthetics and functional occlusion

Dr. Mark Lin practiced general dentistry for 13 years before completing his post graduate training in the specialty of Prosthodontics at the University of Toronto. He currently holds the title as “Assistant Professor” at the faculty of dentistry, discipline of Prosthodontics at the University of Toronto. He maintains a full time specialty practice as a Prosthodontist at Dr. Mark Lin Prosthodontic Center with focus on full mouth reconstructions, dental implant surgery and implant prosthetics. He is a Fellow and Diplomate with the I.C.O.I. He is an Associate Fellow and Fellow with the A.A.I.D. He is also a graduate and Fellow with the Misch Implant Institute. Finally, he is a Diplomate with the A.B.O.I., a designation that is earned by less than 40 dentists or specialists in Canada. He is a Fellow and serves as an Examiner with the Royal College of Dentists of Canada in the specialty of Prosthodontics. Over the past 10 years, he has given more than 200 lectures at various different professional and scientific meetings in Canada, U.S., Taiwan, Germany, India, Iran and China. 3:00pm - 4:00pm • Donald Cousens 1 • 1 point Nobel Biocare

1:30pm - 2:30pm • Donald Cousins 1 • 1 point Straumann

2:30pm - 3:00pm

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TECHNICAL Simplified Restorative Options for Predictable Results with Dental Implants • Recognize the options available for the replacement of a single tooth predictably and esthetically. • Become familiar with options for implant-supported restorations. • Understand the rationale for abutment selection.

Fadi Touma, RDT, CDT

3:00pm - 3:30pm

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Digital Advances for the Dental Laboratory

worked in a prosthodontic specialty office from 1994 to 2001. In 1998, Mr. Touma started his own specialty laboratory focusing on full mouth reconstruction, implants and cosmetic dentistry. He has extensive implant knowledge and experience with most implant systems. Mr. Touma holds an American certification in addition to his Canadian registration. He is currently the Dentsply Implants District Sales Manager for laboratories for the Eastern region of Canada.

Incorporating CAD/CAM Technology into Today’s Dental Laboratory:

1:00pm - 2:00pm • Violet/Orchard • 1 point

Richard Napolitano, CDT is a graduate of Providence

Dentsply Implants

The Ultimate Solution for Strength and Beauty What do you get when you introduce 3M ESPE’s unique nanotechnology into a CAD/CAM block? The ultimate solution for beautifully polished, fractureresistant, wear-resistant, natural-looking restorations. Roger Johansen, Professional Relations Manager at 3M ESPE, will introduce Lava™ Ultimate made from a new class of material, Resin Nano Ceramics. This new block material, in addition to being resilient and incredibly durable and shock absorbent, comes with an industry-leading 10-year warranty. In addition, Roger will present exciting updates on Lava Zirconia.

Roger R. Johansen, CDT

is the Professional Relations Manager for 3M ESPE Digital Oral Care Products and Implants. He has worked with 3M since 2005 coordinating beta testing programs for new product launches and customer new product training and education programs. He is a Certified Dental Technician with over 20 years of experience in the field of dentistry. Roger opened his own laboratory in Colorado in 1997, specializing in crown and bridge utilizing CAD/CAM technology. In 2003-2005, he served as President of the Colorado Dental Laboratory Association and on the Colorado Dental Association’s Board of Trustees. During this time he worked with the state legislature and local government agencies to write the Colorado Dental Practice Legislation and to develop tax strategies to benefit dental prosthetic manufacturing businesses.

2:00pm - 3:00pm • Violet/Orchard • 1 point 3M ESPE

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Understanding the basics of Dental CAD/CAM How to incorporate a CAD/CAM system into your lab workflow Understanding what products your CAD/CAM System can create Profitability! Getting a hold of the cost of CAD/CAM Avoiding the unexpected: upkeep and ancillary considerations Case studies incorporating CAD/CAM restorations

College, Providence, Rhode Island, and Durham Technical Institute, Durham, North Carolina. He is a national lecturer on all aspects of dental laboratory technology, treatment planning, implantology and dental techniques, and has been involved in study clubs throughout Southern New England. Mr. Napolitano is an allied member of the College of Prosthodontists and the owner and CEO of Precision Craft Dental Laboratory in Providence, Rhode Island.

3:30pm - 4:30pm • Violet/Orchard • 1 point Biomet 3i

Achieve More Esthetic Shade Matching with CAD/CAM Design All dental professionals have at one time or another experienced frustration with matching natural dentition. This course is created to give you guidelines for systematically determining opacity and translucency so that your restorations will closely mimic natural teeth. Also covered will be All on 4/Ceramic vs. All on 4/Denture cases. When is the best time to use each? Learning Objectives: • Learn to precisely match natural dentition: step by step • Choose the right material based on patient’s color for the best possible match • Become familiar with how to build your case from a neutral color to one that perfectly mimics natural teeth • Analysis: traditional shade tabs. Why do they not match your patient’s teeth? • Discuss and understand the various hybrid bars and attachments

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Luke S. Kahng, CDT

is the owner of LSK121 Oral Prosthetics, a dental laboratory in Naperville, Illinois. In addition to being a board member for several dental publications, he has published more than 100 articles with major dental journals. He also lectures internationally, offering hands-on seminars to dental technicians and clinicians alike. The first and second editions of his highly successful Chairside Shade Selection Guide were launched in 2009 and 2010, with international sales worldwide. The third edition, produced in 2012, encompasses the same concept but as a ceramic shade tab. Hand-made, the shade tabs are grouped according to natural dentition as dictated by the aging process and sold in sets of twenty as: 3.0 (Young, Cosmetic), 4.0 (Middle Years), 5.0 (Later Years), 6.0 (Molars, Premolars and Canines) and 7.0 (Surface Texture, Tissue Color and After Prep Color), for clinicians and technicians alike. He is the author of four hardback books: Anatomy from Nature, The Esthetic Guide Book, Smile Selection + CS³ Clinical Cases and the Kaleidoscope Wax-up Book.

4:30pm - 5:30pm • Violet/Orchard • 1 point GC America

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Esthetic Realities for Today and Tomorrow What will separate us more then ever before in the years to come will be our talent level and ability to understand the clinical side of dentistry. This course will focus on the “Team Concept” of restorative dentistry and the importance of the technicians ability to effectively control the esthetic outcome. Under the best of circumstances the transfer of information between the dentist and technician for the fabrication of restorations is difficult and challenging. Our educated patients and the advancement of materials has created a need for us to didactically move through the diagnostic process including biomechanically, functionally, periodontally and esthetically. This program will present a rational methodology to help eliminate the frustrations often encountered during this endeavor and discuss the future relationship that will prevail in the years to come. With the advent of newer technologies such as photographic, video and CAD/CAM, our role in the communication process through preoperative mounted casts, the diagnostic wax up, preparation guides, and the importance of photography as an aid for ceramic builds and color communication will still be a value to the dental community. • • • • •

Case management Diagnostic communication Preparation guided Ceramic layering and contours The use on new technologies The importance of photographic communication and perception

Peter Pizzi CDT, MDT, F.N.G.S. has found an easy

transition into the lecture/clinician circuit as a teacher of dental technology for 12 years. His personal appreciation and expertise on all phases of crown and bridge, porcelain, implantology, muscle function and mandibular physiology have made him a source of knowledge and motivation for his peers to draw from. A technician since 1984 and a business owner and manager of Pizzi Dental Studio Inc. A member of the ICOC (International Congress of Oral Implantology) Board member of ASMDT (Association of

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Master Dental Technicians) Teacher and educator in Master Dental Technician Program (New York University) Member of the AACD (American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry) Technical Fellow of the NGS (Northeastern Gnathalogical Society) Educator in the NYU School of Dentistry Executive Board Member of the NGS Educator at NYU School of Dentistry Editorial Board IDT {Aegis Dental Magazine] Peter has lectured to doctors and technicians throughout the United States, Europe and Asia on several different topics. He also continually studies with some of the world’s top speakers and clinicians.

6:00pm - 7:00pm • Violet/Orchard • 1 point ADTO

Tissue Management Criteria on the Implant Restoration with a Novel Approach for Non-Invasive Pontic Site Development The objective of this lecture is to present a systematic approach based on the technician’s expertise in order to obtain predictable results on the implant challenging cases. Adopting temporary restoration as an objective tool using CAD/CAM technology with different materials: • Chromo/cobalt alloy and porcelain build up technique • Titanium with individual crowns cemented and pink porcelain or pink composite. • A traditional technique will be demonstrated using porcelain fused to metal and pink porcelain.

Domenico Cascione MDT, 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 in dental metallurgy. From 1986 to 2004 he was the owner and Director of a Dental Laboratory in Bari (Italy). He specialized in metallurgy, implant work and complex esthetic rehabilitation. Since January 2005, he became Research Associate and Program Director of the Advanced Training for Dental Technology at the Center for Dental Technology, the University of Southern California School of Dentistry. He was a winner of the 2007 Judson C. Hichey Award in the research category in the Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry. He is author and co-author of several articles in the literature.

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DENTURIST Part 1: “Genios” Teeth: A New Line Worth Looking At • Part 2: An Introduction to Snoring & Sleep Apnea

both his fellowship and his masters with the ICOI . He is also a member of the AACD, working towards his accreditation, while running his own boutique dental lab in the heart of Niagara’s wine region.

Part 1 of this 2 part lecture will highlight the many benefits of incorporating premium teeth into the Denturist, Dentist or laboratory practice. Highlighted is the “Genios” line of artificial teeth by Dentsply.

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A draw for a Genios mould guide will take place at the end of the seminar.

Part 2. An introduction to snoring and sleep Apnea and how oral appliances are treating these conditions.

Carlo Zanon, DD started his career as a denturist in 1980 and presently operates two denture and anti-snoring clinics. He is licensed to practice in Canada and the United States. He has authored and published numerous articles and is presently the editor-in-chief of “Spectrum Denturism” magazine, an international Denturist publication. He is a member of the Denturist Association of Canada, Denturist Association of Ontario, Maine Denturist Association, National Denturist Association, and the International Federation of Denturists. He is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Denturists and an Honourable member of the Brotherhood of Sterkenburgers. He has taught courses worldwide. He has received numerous awards for his efforts. He continues to update his knowledge by studying, teaching, lecturing and taking courses throughout the year. 2:00pm - 3:00pm • Donald Cousens 2 • 1 point Dentsply Canada

Economical Alternatives to Milled Implant Bars The Seeger is an innovative, affordable bar design from Rhein83 which utilizes the Equator attachment as its retentive element. It eliminates the need for milling while still achieving accuracy of fit and strength. Perfect for the small lab or denturist who is looking for a cost-saving, patient-friendly alternative to milled bars. Larger labs will appreciate having an economical alternative to offer patients who require a lower price point. The Seeger puts design control back in the hands of the technician.

Andrew Long, RDT, MICOI, ABIST has been in the Dental Industry since 1976, and has spent time working in England, Germany and Canada. He has completed the Dawson Centre’s Occlusion and Function Program and has trained with the Millenium Aesthetics Program. He has been working with implants since the early eighties and recognizing that implants would become an ever growing part of our industry, he educated himself whenever the opportunity arose. Recently he received 8

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Implant Overdenture Treatment Options and Case Presentation for Patient Acceptance There are various implant overdenture treatment modalities utilizing different attachments, bars, removable and fixed options. Each treatment option offers both advantages and disadvantages to the clinician and patients. All the treatment options can be overwhelming and confusing when presented to our patients especially when dealing with wide range of professional fees. This presentation will review in detail all implant overdenture treatment modalities and provide a simple to understand flow chart to be utilized during our case presentations for our patients. Factors and parameters that influence case presentations and patient acceptance will also be covered to improve the rate of acceptance for the practicing denturist.

Dr. Mark Lin practiced general dentistry for 13 years before completing his post graduate training in the specialty of Prosthodontics at the University of Toronto. He currently holds the title as “Assistant Professor” at the faculty of dentistry, discipline of Prosthodontics at the University of Toronto. He maintains a full time specialty practice as a Prosthodontist at Dr. Mark Lin Prosthodontic Center with focus on full mouth reconstructions, dental implant surgery and implant prosthetics. He is a Fellow and Diplomate with the I.C.O.I. He is an Associate Fellow and Fellow with the A.A.I.D. He is also a graduate and Fellow with the Misch Implant Institute. Finally, he is a Diplomate with the A.B.O.I., a designation that is earned by less than 40 dentists or specialists in Canada. He is a Fellow and serves as an Examiner with the Royal College of Dentists of Canada in the specialty of Prosthodontics. Over the past 10 years, he has given more than 200 lectures at various different professional and scientific meetings in Canada, U.S., Taiwan, Germany, India, Iran and China. 4:30pm - 5:30pm • Donald Cousens 2 • 1 point Nobel Biocare

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The UltraSuction™ Denture System, and the Reline and Revitalize Alternative This unique course will explore two different subjects. First, we will discuss the UltraSuction™ Denture System from OnCore, a patented innovative system that is comprised of one-way air valves that are placed on either side of the linguals of upper or lower dentures. These valves connect to a chamber that creates suction around the entire arch. The system creates enhanced retention of the denture base to the tissue and improved comfort to the patient. Then, we will discuss a technique for completely revitalizing a patient’s existing denture as a less costly, but esthetically pleasing alternative to replacing the denture. We will explore cutting-edge techniques for naturalizing the denture base and denture teeth using modern light cure composites. The ultimate objective is an existing appliance that has been not only been restored but significantly enhanced.

Jim Collis, CDT

has owned and operated Collis Prosthodontic Laboratory since 1980. The lab specializes in high quality removable prosthodontics and laser welding and primarily serves a select clientele of dental offices in the north and west suburbs of Chicago. Jim has also previously served as an instructor in the Junior/Senior laboratory of Northwestern University Dental School for ten years. In that capacity, he presented numerous courses to the dental school students on prosthetics including: advanced esthetics pertaining to removable prosthodontics, fixed work, and advanced attachment and implant techniques. He has presented lectures and hands-on clinics at various venues throughout the United States, Canada and Germany. He is a consultant and lecturer for several companies in the industry. He has been a Certified Dental Technician for over thirty years.

5:30pm - 6:30pm • Donald Cousens 2 • 1 point OnCore

Denturists - Explore your Hidden Gems This introductory seminar will stimulate you on how you can tap into your hidden gems. You will learn how improve your case presentations and increase your treatment acceptance to implant supported prostheses. It will not only increase your patient satisfaction but your patients will be promoting your services to others and increase your bottom-line.

Roland P. Estrabillo, DDS is the founder of the TTHE

an acronym Team of Total reHab Experts in Dentistry. This training facility for advanced learning was initially formed because of Roland’s vision and desire to continuously push the standard of the profession to the next level. He is a graduate of University of Toronto faculty of dentistry in 1987. He has had extensive training in the field of complete rehabilitative dentistry under the guidance of some excellent dental gurus. His continuous pursuit of knowledge has led him to people who became his teachers and mentors. A few of his mentors include people such as John McCormack, Gordon Christensen, Dex Yager, Omer Reed, Dick Barnes, Tony Robins, John Kanca, Ed Philips, Ray Bartolloti, Paul Bass, Roger Levin, Ron Ball, Carl Misch. Arun Garg, and Joel Bauer. His goal is to share his vision and transfer all knowledge and skills he has gained over the years to as many practitioners throughout the world, so that he may help them build a practice that they’ve always dreamt of and help them realize, enjoy and experience the beauty of the profession of dentistry. He provides extensive and proper training for all dental personnel including dentists, hygienist, receptionists, assistants, laboratory technicians and all other staff members that work in a dental office.

7:00pm - 8:00pm • Donald Cousens 2 • 1 point ADAM Centre

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PART OF THE PROCEEDS WILL BE DONATED TO GEORGE BROWN COLLEGE DENTAL PROGRAM ON BEHALF OF

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EDUCATION LOOK FOR THESE EXCITING UPCOMING EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES: Aesthetic Design & Implant Academy A Multidisciplinary Study Club for Dentists

www.adiacanada.com

Denturism Implant Study Club A Multidisciplinary Study Club for Denturists

www.disccanada.ca

Dental Technology Academy A Multidisciplinary Study Club for Dental Technologists and Technicians

www.dtacanada.com (The exclusive education provider of the ADTO in the GTA)

Dentechnica du QuĂŠbec 1 Day Continuing Education Trade Show Event

www.dentechnicaduquebec.com

2-Day Live Patient Hands-on Oral Surgery Clinical Session Clinical Hands-on Oral Surgery Session for the GP

www.spectrumdialogue.com

Ortho Techniques Symposium 1 Day Continuing Education Trade Show Event

www.orthotechniques.net

SPECTRUM dialogue Techno-Clinical Day CHICAGO 2 Day Continuing Education Trade Show Event

www.spectrum-day.com

Women in Dentistry Symposium 1 Day Continuing Education Trade Show Event

www.womenindentistrysymposium.com

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SPECTRUM dialogue Techno-Clinical Day OCTOBER 12, 2012 Hilton Suites Conference Centre & Spa (Toronto/Markham) 8500 Warden Ave, Markham, ON L6G 1A5 (Please complete sections A – C) Fax Completed form to: 905.489.1971

Mail form to: SPECTRUM dialogue Techno-Clinical Day TORONTO

34 - 145 Royal Crest Court, Markham, ON, L3R 9Z4

Register Online: www.spectrum-day.com Questions? Call: 905.489.1970

1.866.581.8949 • Email: events@palmeripublishing.com

A. Contact Information: (please print) 1) First Name:___________________________________ Last Name:_______________________________  RDT

 DDS

 DD

2) First Name:___________________________________ Last Name:_______________________________  RDT

 DDS

 DD

3) First Name:___________________________________ Last Name:_______________________________  RDT

 DDS

 DD

Company: ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ Address: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ City: ___________________________________________________ Pro/State: ______________ Postal/Zip Code: _______________ Phone: _________________________________________________ Fax: _______________________________________________ Email: __________________________________________________________________________________________________________

B. I am a:  Dentist

 Dental Assistant

 Hygienist

 Dental Technologist

 Technician

 Denturist

 Orthodontist

Other: Please specify: ___________________________________________________________________________________________

C. I am a Member of: (check all that apply)  ADTO

 CACD

 CAED

 ODA

 ADIA

 DTA

 SADA

 OAGD

Other: Please specify: ___________________________________________________________________________________________

if you N O I S S I M FREE AD in advance! r registe .00 at the door) ($59

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Spectrum Day Toronto 2012