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CAO 61st Annual Scientific Session Kelowna, British Columbia

September 10-12, 2009 Delta Grand Okanagan Resort and Conference Centre

Photographs are courtesy of Tourism Kelowna.


(b) Insurance Guidelines Lunch [Columbia]

&

Tailgate Party

7:30pm

8:00pm

9:00pm

[The Kelowna Curling Club]

[Skaha Ballroom]

7:00pm

8:30pm

Welcome Reception

6:30pm

President's Taste of Kelowna A Wine & Dine Experience, Summerhill Winery

5:30pm

6:00pm

Orthodontic Alumni Receptions

5:00pm

[Skaha Ballroom]

3:30pm - 5:00pm

BREAK - 3:15pm - 3:45pm

PLENARY: Dr. Iain Allan

on Your Own

Free for Dinner

[Shuswap Ballroom]

3:45pm - 5:00pm

"Tomorrow You Will Smile - You Too Can Make a Difference"

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4:30pm

Mr. William Hiltz "How to Steal from a Dental Office"

[Skaha Ballroom]

2:00pm - 5:00pm

2:00pm - 3:15pm BREAK - 3:15pm - 3:45pm

BREAK - 3:15pm - 3:45pm

BREAK - 3:00pm - 3:30pm

3:30pm

Cont'd

3:00pm

Approach to Hygiene Control"

2:00pm - 3:15pm [Shuswap Ballroom]

in the Surgical Orthodontic Patient"

[Skaha Ballroom]

"Sliding Head First - Do you Dare?" 2:00pm - 3:00pm

Mr. David R. Roberts "Advances in Prevention: A Systematic

Dr. Richard Bell

(Board Mtg Lunch)

Lunch in Trade Show

"Advantages of Distraction Osteogenesis

[Shuswap Ballroom]

BREAK - 10:00am-10:30am

[Skaha Ballroom]

9:00am - 12:00pm

Mr. John Rae & Ms. Michelle Kelly "Whistler and the 2010 Olympic Games: What, Why, and Are We Ready?"

4:00pm

Drs. S. Jay Bowman & Lysle E. Johnston

2:30pm

2:00pm

1:30pm

(a) New & Younger Members' Lunch [Cassier/Cascade]

12:30pm

Lunch in Trade Show

1:00pm

12:00pm

[Shuswap Ballroom]

10:15am - 12:00pm

Dr. Maurice Corbett

Break 9:45am-10:15am

"Extraordinary Customer Service"

Ms. Rosemary Bray

7:30am - 9:00am [Cassier/Cascade]

[Columbia]

10:30am - 12:00pm

Kelowna Tours

11:00am

Auxiliaries Program Round Table Breakfast Presentations

7:00am - 9:45am

"Class II, Class II, and Class II Diagnosis, Treatment Planning & Mechanics"

BREAK - 10:15am-10:45am

Drs. S. Jay Bowman & Lysle E. Johnston

&

10:30am

Doctors' Program CAO AGM Breakfast & Special Guest Lecturer

"Screws & Smiles" and "Orthodontic Controversy and its Significance to the Future of Orthodontics"

[Skaha Ballroom]

9:00am - 12:00pm

[Shuswap Ballroom]

BREAK - 10:00am-10:30am

10:00am

Ms. Rosemary Bray "Extraordinary Communication"

9:00am - 10:00am

9:30am

9:00am

Auxiliaries Program

[Columbia] Mr. John Rae & Ms. Michelle Kelly "Whistler and the 2010 Olympic Games: What, Why, and Are We Ready?" "Sliding Head First - Do you Dare?"

7:30am- 9:00am

CFAO Golf

Tournament -

8:00am

8:30am

Doctors' Program

Round Table Breakfast Presentations

7:00am

7:30am

Saturday September 12, 2009

Friday September 11, 2009

Thursday

September 10, 2009

P R O G R A M AT A G L A N C E

September 10-12, 2009

Delta Grand Okanagan Resort and Conference Centre, Kelowna, BC

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2008/2009 Board of Directors Officers President – Dr. Robert Cram Past President – Dr. Gordon Organ President-Elect – Dr. Gerry Zeit 1st Vice President – Dr. Howard Steiman 2nd Vice President – Dr. Ritchie Mah Secretary/Treasurer – Dr. Garry A. Solomon

Regional Directors British Columbia – Dr. Ritchie Mah Alberta – Dr. Paul Major Saskatchewan – Dr. Ross Remmer Manitoba – Dr. Susan Tsang Ontario – Dr. Helene Grubisa Quebec – Dr. Jean-Marc Retrouvey Atlantic – Dr. Stephen Roth

CAO Committee Chairs Standing Committees Communications Chair – Dr. Daniel Pollit Nominations – Dr. Gordie Organ Special Committees

CFAO President – Dr. Bob Hatheway AAO/CAO Liaison – Dr. Howard Steiman Insurance – Dr. Richard Marcus Planning & Priorities – Dr. Robert Cram Policy & Procedures Chair/By-laws Chair – Dr. Amanda Maplethorp Membership Chair – Dr. Gerry Zeit WFO – Dr. Robert Cram, Country Representative – Dr. Amanda Maplethorp, Member-at-Large National Scientific Session Chair – Dr. Richard Marcus CDA/CAO Liaison – Dr. Ritchie Mah New & Younger Members Rep. – Dr. Helene Grubisa & Dr. Susan Tsang CAO Web Master – Dr. Daniel Pollit Directory Editor – Dr. Stephen Roth Bulletin Editor – Dr. Jim Posluns Educators – Dr. Don Robertson Historian/Archivist – Dr. Garry A. Solomon

Resources to the Board Scientific Meeting Chair 2009 – Dr. Cliff Moore GST Advisor – Dr. Garry Solomon CAO Scientific Session • 2009

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Registration Hours & Location Thursday, September 10, 2009 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm Friday, September 11, 2009 7:00 am – 4:00 pm Saturday, September 12, 2009 7:00 am – 2:00 pm

[Registration is located in the Registration Foyer]

Conference Dress Code For all conference activities, the acceptable dress code will be resort casual.

Suite 310 – 2175 Sheppard Avenue East Toronto, Ontario M2J 1W8 Tel: (416) 491-3186 / 1-877-226-8800 Fax: (416) 491-1670 Email: cao@taylorenterprises.com Website: www.cao-aco.org

The Canadian Association of Orthodontists (CAO), at its Scientific Session, presents speakers and exhibitors for the information of attendees. This in no way constitutes an endorsement of the opinions, procedures or other information of those speakers or of the goods and/or services promoted by exhibitors. Speakers and exhibitors agree not to imply or infer in any way that their participation in the Session constitutes endorsement by the CAO Scientific Session.

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Exhibit Hours & Location Delegates are encouraged to visit the exhibits in the Exhibit Hall in the Grand Ballroom and view the latest developments in the field.

Friday, September 11, 2009 10:00 am – 10:45 am . . . . . . . . . . . . Coffee Break 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lunch Sponsored by

3:00 pm – 3:45 pm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Coffee Break Sponsored by

Saturday, September 12, 2009 9:45 am – 10:30 am . . . . . . . . . . . . . Coffee Break 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lunch 3:15 pm – 3:45 pm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Coffee Break Sponsored by

CAO Raffle Draw in the Exhibit Hall [All Coffee Breaks & Lunches are located in the Exhibit Hall]

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September 10-12, 2009

CAO 61st Annual Scientific Session

Delta Grand Okanagan Resort and Conference Centre, Kelowna, BC

Welcome from the CAO President Welcome to the sunshine capital of BC, Kelowna. If you are a regular Annual Scientific Sessions attendee, you don’t want to get behind because we are sprinting across Canada quicker than a flock of our beloved Canadian geese. We started out on the East coast in St John’s Newfoundland 2 years ago, then jumped half-way across our country to Winnipeg (the “Gateway to the West”) last year, before again leaping over 2 more provinces to our western most province of British Columbia this year, and finally completing the crossCanada blitz next year on the West Coast in Whistler BC. Although I am a stubble-jumper by birth (from Saskatchewan, my eastern friends), I have spent many memorable holidays in the Okanagan Valley (from Sicamous in the north, down through Vernon, Kelowna, Summerland, Penticton, and on to Osoyoos, the desert capital of Canada, in the south). For the past 15+ years I have joined a group of 15-20 guys for a 5-day golfing “holiday” in Kelowna each spring (18-36 holes per day!), and many years I have returned to the Valley with my family for summer holidays: camping, swimming, house-boating, tubing, more golfing, and of course the Winery tour(s)! I have not suffered many “rain-days” in the Okanagan Valley. CAO headquarters (Diane Gaunt, Alison Nash, and our staff), our Scientific Chairperson (Dr. Richard Marcus), and our local arrangements committee (Chaired by Dr. Cliff Moore) have had to become very creative to respond to the larger-than-expected registration for the meeting. Cliff and Richard have lined-up First-Class speakers, including: Dr. Jay Bowman, Dr. Lysle Johnston, Dr. Maurice Corbett, Dr. Richard Bell, Mr. David Roberts, and Ms. Rosemary Bray. Several special speakers have been added to further tweak your interest, for example: Mr. William Hiltz on How to Steal from a Dental Office, Ms. Michelle Kelly (a Canadian skeleton racer) and Mr. John Rae to report on the Winter Olympics in Whistler in February 2010, our own Dr. Iain Allan speaking on “Tomorrow You Will Smile” – You Too Can Make a Difference. The Round-Table Breakfast presentations are always over-subscribed, so it’s likely a good idea to be there early! The two noon-hour meetings on Friday, the New & Younger Members Lunch, and the Insurance Guidelines Lunch are almost filled to capacity again. Richard and I are again requesting that you not bring rotten eggs and tomatoes to throw at us during the Insurance presentation! Our Orthodontic Graduate students will again present their research areas of expertise with the CFAO Graduate Student Poster Program – what an opportunity for us wet-fingered Orthodontists to learn some good stuff! The Social Schedule is going to be demanding because you are not going to want to miss any event, so get rested-up ahead of time. The Golf Tournament and Tours are scheduled on Thursday, with the President’s Welcome Reception in the early evening, followed by a Tailgate Party at which you should wear your favourite team colours (Go Riders, Go!). Adopting the “flavour” of the local area, our Friday evening dinner will be at the Summerhill Winery for a “Wine & Dine Experience”. Saturday evening, after the Alumni Receptions, is purposely left open for individual plans. Our 61st Annual Scientific Session is going to be one of the best, and on behalf of your Board of Directors, I want to “Welcome You West”. Thanks so much for your support in attending our meeting, participating in our activities, and contributing to our association.

Bob Cram, BSc, DMD, MClD, FRCD(C) President, Canadian Association of Orthodontists

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September 10-12, 2009

CAO 61st Annual Scientific Session

Delta Grand Okanagan Resort and Conference Centre, Kelowna, BC

Welcome from the 2009 CAO Conference Chair It’s September 2009 and here we are, welcoming the CAO and its members to the sunny Okanagan for the CAO 61st Annual Scientific Session. We know that you will be very pleased that you've come to Kelowna and hope you will enjoy every part of the meeting. Our slate of lecturers is outstanding. They will provide a broad overview of concepts, protocols and complexities in dealing with Cl II malocclusions--from the straight-forward to the extreme--from the traditional to the leading edge. As well we will see the impact of untreated CLP in the developing world and how Rotoplast is making a difference. With the 2010 Winter Olympics just around the corner, you'll get to hear from a competitor (a skeleton rider!) and a municipality of Whistler expert (the before, during and after effects of setting up Olympic facilities in a community). The Auxiliary program will keep everyone engaged as they learn--it will be a very stimulating session. Our meeting has come together smoothly with a great effort from my staff, from our mentor, Dr. Richard Marcus and of course, our heroes at the CAO office (special thanks to Diane Gaunt and Alison Nash). Dr. Rick Odegaard has arranged a solid Round Table session and Dr. Iain Allan has provided me with great ideas and expertise. We thank the exhibitors who have supported our meeting with their participation on the trade floor. Please 'cruise the floor', say 'hi' to you reps, see some new products and thank all the exhibitors for being an important part of our meeting. I would like to give a personal 'salute' to our president, Dr. Bob Cram, for all his hard work over the years on our behalf and it is exciting to be the local chair for his meeting. He is the king of tailgate parties so we have set up his own personal tailgate party here in Kelowna for you to enjoy. And remember, despite Bob's suggestions to the contrary, you WILL be able to attend even if you are not wearing a Saskatchewan Roughriders jersey!! What should you do while you are here? You've come to one of Canada's premier wine regions so make sure you get out and do a little wine tasting. We have some fantastic golf courses to be enjoyed. Okanagan Lake is fabulous and the water should be perfect for swimming and boating while you are here. (but keep your eyes peeled for our lake monster/mascot named Ogopogo--he's been known to nibble on the odd toe!!). Hiking, biking, shopping, touring, dining, and havin' a good time should be on your schedule. Your organizing team is excited to welcome you to our little corner of the world and we hope you have the BEST time while you are here!! Kelowna and BC welcome you!!

Cliff Moore, B.PE., DDS., MClD Chair, Canadian Association of Orthodontists 61st Annual Scientific Session

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September 10-12, 2009 Delta Grand Okanagan Resort and Conference Centre, Kelowna, BC

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Exhibitor Floor Plan / Exhibitors

CAO Exhibitors Company

Booth #(s)

3M Unitek Canada ........................................................................................6/7/8 ACTS Medical ..................................................................................................28A Align Technology (Invisalign) ...........................................................................37 American Orthodontics ....................................................................................43 Cadent OrthoCAD...........................................................................................12A CDSPI ..................................................................................................................29 Cerum Ortho Organizers.................................................................................4/5 Class One Orthodontic Lab.............................................................................31 Colgate..................................................................................................................35 Crest Oral-B – P&G Health Care. ....................................................................9 Dentaurum Canada Inc. ....................................................................................19 Dolphin Imaging & Management Solutions ..................................................11 emodel® by GeoDigm Corporation...............................................................10 Flossfish.com .......................................................................................................49 GAC International ...............................................................................................13 Henry Schein Canada........................................................................................39 Hu-Friedy Manufacturing Co., Inc...................................................................38 Imagination Dental Solutions.. .........................................................................22 International Sales and Services Canada (OrthoClassic) ........................23 J&P Distributors Inc. ........................................................................................24A Kidzpace Interactive Inc. ...................................................................................36 Lifecycle Advisory Group ....................................................................................3 Little Big Microimplant Corp. ...........................................................................41

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Company

Booth #(s)

MCS Handpiece Repair....................................................................................24 Meyers Norris Penny LLP .................................................................................28 Novologik Inc. ......................................................................................................14 Opal Orthodontics by Ultradent......................................................................46 Ormco Sybron Dental Specialties ...........................................................51/52 Orthobyte Digital Technology Inc....................................................................17 Orthodontic Supply of Canada.................................................................15/16 Ortho Trac/PracticeWorks Inc.........................................................................44 Ortho2 ...................................................................................................................34 Patterson Dental Canada..................................................................................12 PDT Technologies, Inc. ......................................................................................21 RMO Inc. ..............................................................................................................30 SNF Forestadent ................................................................................................42 Sonicare/Philips Oral Healthcare ...................................................................33 Space Maintainers Laboratories .....................................................................48 SPEED System Orthodontics............................................................................2 Sunstar Canada ..................................................................................................50 Suresmile ..............................................................................................................32 Synthes (Canada) Ltd........................................................................................45 Televox ..................................................................................................................40 topsSoftware........................................................................................................20 TP Orthodontics, Inc. .........................................................................................47

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CAO 61st Annual Scientific Session

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Exhibitor Roster Booth #6/7/8 3M Unitek Canada 300 Tartan Drive London, ON N5V 4M9 Tel: (800) 443-1661 3M Unitek, a trusted leader in the orthodontic industry for over 60 years, offers orthodontists a full line of high quality appliances and solutions that provide excellent performance for predictable results.

Booth #28A ACTS Medical 223-1550 South Gate Way Road Mississauga, ON, L4W 5G6. Tel: 647-722-3274 Fax: 416-946-1339 www.binoloupe.com Email: info@aryancts.com ACTS Medical is a Canadian Company manufacturing quality optical products, specialized in Dental and Sugical Loupes and LED Lights under the brand name STAC. STAC Loupes ranges into different magnifications like 2.5 . 3.0,3.5 up to 6.0 and are available with different style of frames like Titanium and sports.

Booth #37 Align Technology, Inc. (Invisalign) 881 Martin Avenue Santa Clara, CA 95050 Tel: (408) 470-1000 Fax (408) 470-1010 Website: www.invisalign.com Align Technology is a medical device company that pioneered and leads the invisible orthodontics market with a portfolio of virtually invisible, clear, removable orthodontic treatment options for straightening teeth based on the Invisalign® system. Align’s vision is to create healthy, beautiful smiles.

Booth #43 American Orthodontics 1714 Cambridge Avenue Sheboygan, WI 53081 Tel: (800) 558-7687 Fax: (920) 457-1485 Website: www.americanortho.com AMERICAN ORTHODONTICS: Manufacturer of a c omplete line of orthodontic appliance, AO manufactures 100% of its brackets, bands, and tube in America. The result is superior quality product, fast and reliable deliveries and fair, honest pricing.

STAC LED lights are available in different designs like Snap- on LED, Clip-on LED, Head band LED, Frame LED etc.

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September 10-12, 2009

CAO 61st Annual Scientific Session

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Exhibitor Roster Booth #12A Cadent OrthoCAD 640 Gotham Parkway Carlstadt, NJ 07072 Tel: (800) 577-8767 / (201) 842-0800 Fax: (201) 842-0850 Email: orthocadsupport@cadentinc.com Website: www.orthocad.com

Booth #4/5 Cerum Ortho Organizers 115 – 17th Avenue South West Calgary, AB T2S 0A1 Tel: (800) 661-9567 Fax: (800) 361-5088 Email: cerum@aurumgroup.com Website: www.aurumgroup.com

Cadent’s Orthodontic services, marketed under OrthoCAD™, provide 3-D digital models for orthodontic treatment planning and allow ideal bracket placement. The OrthoCAD iCast™ digital study model helps showcase the orthodontic practice for increased patient conversions. The OrthoCAD iQ™ system allows optimal bracket placement for improved patient treatment. Information about the digital impression-taking system is available.

Cerum Ortho Organizers is a Canadian Company, which provides state-of-the-art products with precision metal injection molding in our Elite Mini-Twin and Carriere Self Ligation bracket technology. Cerum is also the “Exclusive": Canadian Distributor of Dentronix Pliers Canadian Distributor of Steri Source Casettes • Cerum provides representatives coast to coast in Halifax, Montreal, Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver • 24 Hour delivery upon request • Full line of orthodontic products inventoried in Canada • Convenient customer service line at (800) 661-9567

Booth #29 CDSPI 155 Lesmill Road Toronto, ON M3B 2T8 Tel: (416) 296-9401 / (800) 561-9401 Fax: (416) 296-8921 Email: cdspi@cdspi.com Website: www.cdspi.com CDSPI provides expert financial planning advice through CDSPI Advisory Services Inc. and administers exceptional insurance, investment and other programs exclusively for eligible Canadian dental professional and their families. CDSPI’s members are the Canadian Dental Association and nine provincial associations.

Booth #31 Class One Orthodontic Laboratory 215 Froelich Rd. Kelowna, BC V1X 3M6 Tel: (250) 765-0074 / Toll in BC: 1-800-663-5369 Email: classeoneortho@shaw.ca Website: www.classoneortho.ca Class One Ortho is a full service orthodontic lab who stays in touch with new developments. Always incorporating new techniques and materials to better our service. Appliances ranging from early anti habit devices, herbsts, twin blocks, frankels, full bracketing, nightguards, and sportsguards. Our goal is to fabricate all the appliances an orthodontist needs without the mess.

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September 10-12, 2009

CAO 61st Annual Scientific Session

Delta Grand Okanagan Resort and Conference Centre, Kelowna, BC

Exhibitor Roster Booth #35 Colgate Palmolive Canada Inc. 895 Don Mills Road Toronto, ON M3C 1W3 Tel: (416) 422-6000 Fax: (416) 421-2120 Website: www.colgate.ca Contact: Dr. Brian N. Feldman, Professional Relations Director Colgate Palmolive Canada Inc. is delighted to participate in the CAO's 61st Annual Scientific Session. We wish to thank members of the Canadian Association of Orthodontists for recommending Colgate Total and Colgate Sensitive toothpaste and Colgate 360 toothbrushes. Regular use of these Colgate oral care products will help your patients to maintain excellent oral health.

Booth #9 Crest Oral-B – P&G Health Care 4711 Yonge Street, 4th Floor Toronto, ON M2N 6K8 Tel: (800) 436-4151, ext. 05920 Fax: (866) 469-8981 Email: gagnon.f@pg.com Crest and Oral-B feature a complete line of preventative products including Crest toothpaste, Oral-B manual brushes, Oral-B power toothbrushes, Crest Whitestrips-Professional Strength, a line of premium flosses and interdental products, as well as office/home fluoride products and prophy paste/angles. Visit the Crest Oral-B booth or online at www.dentalcare.com and www.oralbprofessional.com

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Booth #19 Dentaurum Canada Inc. 600-525 boul. Ford Chateauguay, Quebec, J6J 4Z2 Tel: 1-800-363-9973 Fax: 1-888-771-3640 Email: michel.hebert@dentaurum.de Website: www:dentaurum.de Dentaurum is one of the oldest dental manufacturer in the world. We proudly make high quality dental laboratory and orthodontic products. A leader in quality bio-compatible and non alergenic dental products, made of Titanium and Noninium (a no-nickel stainless steel) all laser marked and welded. The Canadian leader in Temporary Anchorage Devices; Tomas (Temporary Orthodontic Micro Anchorage System) with Self Threading or Self Drilling pins combined with the exceptional cross slot which provides 3D control.

Booth #11 Dolphin Imaging & Management Solutions 9200 Eton Ave. Chatsworth, CA 91311 Tel: (818) 435-1368 / (800) 548-7241 Fax: (818) 435-1369 Website: www.dolphinimaging.com Dolphin provides high-quality imaging, diagnostic, practice management, and case presentation software for orthodontists worldwide. Dolphin products tightly integrate with digital x-ray units, CBCT systems, telephonic solutions and Web-enabled applications, and are compatible with the latest operating systems and computers including Intel-based Macintosh computers. Backed by round-the-clock, personalized technical support at www.dolphinimaging.com

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September 10-12, 2009

CAO 61st Annual Scientific Session

Delta Grand Okanagan Resort and Conference Centre, Kelowna, BC

Exhibitor Roster Booth #10 emodel® by GeoDigm Corporation 1630 Lake Drive West Chanhassen, MN 55317 Tel: (866) 436-6335 Fax: (952) 556-5677 Email: support@geodigmcorp.com

Booth #13 DENTSPLY GAC International 355 Knickerbocker Avenue Bohemia, NY 11716 Tel: (631) 419-1700 / 1-800-645-5530 Fax (631) 419-1599 Email:info@gacintl.com

Founded in 1996, GeoDigm Corporation invented emodel®, 3D digital dental models. GeoDigm provides thousands of emodels® to dental professionals throughout the United States and Canada monthly. Our free software provides treatment simulation, equilibration and condyle displacement analysis tools. Our computer designed eplacement® indirect bonding trays streamline and optimize bracket placement.

At Dentsply GAC, we believe in leading innovation. That’s why we provide state-of-the-art products from brackets, force-intuitive wires and highly-efficient buccal tubes to bonding, auxiliary appliances and innovative software programs that can easily and cost-effectively be incorporated into your existing practice and treatment plans.

Booth #49 Flossfish.com PO Box 964 Alpharettta GA, 30009 Tel: (678) 642.0812 Fax: (678) 867.2008 Email: info@flossfish.com Website: www.flossfish.com Flossing with braces just got easier! The flossFish™ allows ortho patients to floss normal without having to use floss threaders. For a video demo go to www.flossfish.com

Booth #39 Henry Schein Canada Vancouver Branch 1619 Fosters Way Delta, BC V3M 6S7 Tel: 604.527.8888 Fax: 604.527.8889 Toll Free: 800.668.5558 Toll Free Fax: 888.999.4401 Website: www.henryschein.ca Henry Schein Canada is the largest distributor of healthcare products and services to office-based practitioners in Canada. A Fortune 500® company, Henry Schein Canada supports over 11,000 Canadian practitioners. With 13 Branches and 3 Distribution Centre’s, HSC is proud to employ more Canadians than any other distributor (over 800) Henry Schein Canada is recognized for its extensive product range (over 900 manufacturers), exceptional fill rates (90% +) and excellent delivery. Henry Schein Canada is also a leader in innovative and exclusive equipment, practice management software and other unique technology offerings. Thank you, to Canadian practitioners for their support. Henry Schein Canada hopes to continue to serve you as well, if not better, well into the future.

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September 10-12, 2009

CAO 61st Annual Scientific Session

Delta Grand Okanagan Resort and Conference Centre, Kelowna, BC

Exhibitor Roster Booth #38 Hu-Friedy Manufacturing Co., Inc. 3232 N. Rockwell Street Chicago, IL 60618 Tel.: (800) HU-FRIEDY / (800) 483-7433 Fax: (800) 729-1299 Email: info@hu-friedy.com Website: www.hu-friedy.com

Booth #24A J&P Distributors Inc. #3118 – 20800 Westminster Hwy. Richmond, BC V6V 2W3 Tel: 604-270-3991 / 1-800-461-6669 Fax: 604-270-4889 Email: customerservice@jpdistributors.net Website: www.jpdistributors.net

Represented in 60+ countries, Hu-Friedy offers 7,000+ hand-crafted instrument designs for scaling, periodontal, diagnostic, restorative, prosthodontic, orthodontic, endodontic, implant, and surgical procedures (ISO-13485 certified).

J&P Distributors, a Canadian-owned company, offers a wide range of quality dental sundries and disposables. J&P is the exclusive Canadian distributor of the DIGITEX line of latex and non-latex examination gloves and the Plak Smacker line of toothbrushes, brushing accessories and orthodontic brushes and kits. Introducing for 2009 – PureShield powderfree latex examination.

Booth #22 Imagination Dental Solutions #1 – 6204 29 Street SE Calgary, AB T2C 1W3 Tel: 800-243-4024 or (403) 253-5447 Fax: (403) 204-7880 Email: dave@imaginationdental.com Website: www.imaginationdental.com Our products are the best advertising investment you will ever make. At IDS, we pride ourselves on creating a new and imaginative approach to dentistry that your clients will find irresistible. If you can dream it, we can build it.

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Booth #36 Kidzpace Interactive Inc. 55 Sandford Fleming Drive Box 550 Collingwood, ON L9Y 4B2 Tel: (705) 444-2300 / (800) 668-0206 Fax: (705) 444-0007 Email: sandy@kidzpace.com Website: www.kidzpace.com Kidzpace Interactive Inc. is North America’s leading provider of interactive entertainment, serving the dental market for over 17 years.

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Exhibitor Roster Booth #3 Lifecycle Advisory Group Tim Leonard, Laura Fitzsimons, Gerard Charette 31 Tanglewood Avenue London, Ontario. N6K 2B6 Tel: (800) 300-3056 Email: laurafitzsimons@execulink.com Website: www.lifecyclewealth.com Lifecycle Advisory Group helps orthodontists focus their time and energy simplifying their life as follows, 1) Make more without working longer 2) Pay less tax 3) Invest safely 4) Enjoy life 5) Transition smoothly 6) Retire worry-free in the same lifestyle (without working until your 70, unless you wish to) Drop by our booth and visit our website to arrange for your no cost or obligation Lifecycle Analysis.

Booth #41 Little Big Microimplant Co. 2227 South Millway Suite 102 Mississauga, ON L5L 3R6 Tel: (905) 412-3025 / 1-866-811-0144 Fax: (905) 820-1656 Email: margaret@orthoyours.com

Booth #24 MCS Handpiece Repair 8355 - 170 A Street Surrey, BC V4N 5J7 Tel: 604-575-8544 / 1-888-575-8544 Email: mcshandpiece@shaw.ca Website: mcshandpiece.com Expert handpiece repair service for all brands of high speeds, low speeds and attachments. Quick, easy and affordable. All repairs come with a 6 month warranty. Call for a free estimate.

Booth #28 Meyers Norris Penny LLP (MNP) 1628 Dickson Ave. Suite 600 Kelowna, BC V1Y 9X1 Tel: 1-877-766-9735 / 250-763-8919 Fax: 250-763-1121 Email: john.mccormack@mnp.ca Website: www.mnp.ca With offices from Toronto to Vancouver Island, MNP’s specialists have been working with dental professionals for many years and have developed a wealth of insight into your unique challenges. MNP can assist you in every stage of your career – from starting a new practice to retirement and succession.

Little Big Microimplant Corporation is the only distributor of Neo Anchor Plus microimplant system in Canada. It offers Health Canada approved, simple to use orthodontic mini-screws. These microimplants have been clinically used in Canada since 2005. • • • • • •

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September 10-12, 2009

CAO 61st Annual Scientific Session

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Exhibitor Roster Booth #14 Novologik Inc. 126 rue de l’Alizé St-Colomban, QC J5K 0B2 Tel: (450) 431-4610 / (877) 431-4610 Fax: (450) 431-3522 Email: p.sabourin@novologik.com A rapidly expanding company, in February 2004 Novologik purchased the rights for OrthNovo, a software application introduced in 1999. Leveraging its extensive knowledge and dynamic approach, Novologik turned OrthNovo into a high-performance product that aligns with the need for our clientele. From installation to training and technical support, Novologik is a company you can trust. Now present in many orthodontic clinics in Quebec and Ontario. We hope to continue to grow the Canadian market.

Booth #46 Opal Orthodontics by Ultradent Opal Orthodontics by Ultradent 505 West 10200 South South Jordan, UT 84095 Tel: 760-300-9764 (888-863-5883) Fax: 800-793-5206 E-mail: www.opalorthodontics.com Opal Orthodontics, a division of Ultradent Products, In., is a full-service orthodontic company committed to bringing new and innovative products to the orthodontic market. Opal Orthodontics products include bands and brackets, archwires, adhesives and homecare products designed to meet the demanding needs of today’s orthodontic practices.

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Booth #51/52 Ormco Sybron Dental Specialties 1717 West Collins Avenue Orange, CA 92867 Tel: (800) 854-1741 Fax: (800) 317-6012 Email: ormco@sybrondental.com Website: www.ormco.com Ormco produces quality products for a world of beautiful smiles! Ormco’s industry-leading products include Vector TAS™ temporary anchorage system, AdvanSync™, and the revolutionary Damon™ Passive Self-Ligation System.

Booth #17 Orthobyte Digital Technology Inc. 16 – 2280 39th Ave, NE Calgary, AB T2E 6P7 Tel: 800-206-4452 Fax: 403-769-1515 Email: sales@orthobye.com Website: www.orthobyte.com Orthobyte™ Digital Models and Indirect Bonding Diagnostic records and treatment planning made easy: Versatile manipulation of digital models, Built-in measuring, Make notes. Indirect bonding: Increase patient comfort, Easier, more accurate bracket placement, Reduced chair time for patient, doctor and technicians, Increased productivity. Many patient management systems integrate with the Orthobyte viewer.

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Exhibitor Roster Booth #23 International Sales and Services Canada OrthoClassic 3341 bobwhite mews Mississauga, ON L5N 6E8 Tel: (416) 879 3400 / (905) 785 7542 Email: ortho_supplies@yahoo.ca Website: www.orthoclassic.com ISS Canada has been working in the field of dentistry and orthodontics for the past 25 years. We have been the pioneers in providing you with the excellence in qality products and the most competitve prices.

Booth #44 PracticeWorks/OrthoTrac 1765 The Exchange Atlanta, GA 30339 Tel: (800) 944-6365 Fax: (800) 259-9155 Email: www.kodakdental.com With years of experience in providing one-stop integrated solutions, we offer you everything you need to enhance the way you practice – from KODAK ORTHOTRAC Practice Management Software to our digital imaging systems.

Our highlighted features are Self ligaing Brackets, Molar bands, Buccal Tubes and NiTi wires, reflecting high quality and real competitive prices.

Booth #15/16 Orthodontic Supply of Canada 2384 Route 102 Hwy Lincoln, NB E3B 7G1 Tel: 1-800-387-7411 Fax: 1-877-387-7422 Email: sales@orthosupply.ca Website: www.orthosupply.ca Orthodontic Supply of Canada is a Canadian owned business offering a wide range of orthodontic products to the dental profession since 1983. OSC is the Canadian distributor for Lancer Orthodontics, Reliance Orthodontic Products, Raintree Essix, Infalab, Leone America, ETM and Orthopli.

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Booth #34 Ortho2 1107 Buckeye Ave. Ames, IA 50010 Tel: (800) 678-4644 Sales Fax: (515) 233-1454 Email: sales@ortho2.com Website: www.ortho2.com Ortho2, the largest U.S. orthodontic practice management software provider, has partnered with orthodontists exclusively since 1982. ViewPoint, the flagship product, includes imaging, appointment reminders, in-office messaging, credit card processing, paperless document management, and much more in addition to core practice management features. Systems are available for every size practice.

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Exhibitor Roster Booth #12 Patterson Dental Canada 110-6651 Fraserwood Place, Richmond, B.C. V6W 1J3 Tel: (604) 247-1991 / 1-800-663-1922 Fax: (604) 247-4006 Email: garydoroshenko@pattersondental.ca Website: www.pattersondental.ca With more than 50 years of service to the dental industry, Patterson Dental has earned the reputation as a technology leader, gaining exclusive distribution rights to revolutionary products like Schick Digital X-Ray, Planmeca Digital X-Ray and the Cerec 3D restorative system. Patterson Dental has the team behind the technology to maximize your investment.

Booth #21 PDT Inc, Paradise Dental Technologies 8275 Highway 10 W Missoula, MT 59808 Tel: 406-626-4153 Website: www.pdtdental.com PDT Inc has recently introduced the exciting new Platypus™ Ortho Flosser. Easy to use, the Platypus™ Ortho Flosser requires no threading and has increased patient compliance to 85%. PDT Inc, is the second largest manufacturer in North America of Scalers and Currettes. For more information regarding PDT or the Platypus™ Ortho Flosser, visit www.pdtdental.com or call (800) 240-9895.

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Booth #30 RMO, Inc. 650 W. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80204 Tel: (303) 592-8200 / (800) 525-6375 Fax: (303) 592-8209 Website: www.rmortho.com The World’s Oldest Synergistic, Bioprogressive, Breathing Enhancement Orthodontic Company.

Booth #42 SNF Forestadent (division of Swiss NF Metals, Inc.) 156 Duncan Mill Road, Suite 19 Toronto, ON M3B 3N2 Tel: (416) 510-2220 / (800) 387-5031 Fax: (416) 510-2207 Email: forestadent@on.aibn.com FORESTADENT has many years of experience in research and development of orthodontic products. Since 1907, the company has achieved an incredible reputation for quality and precision engineering. FORESTADENT has more than 70 international patents and distributes to over 40 countries worldwide. “Discover the world class quality and innovation of FORESTADENT”.

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Exhibitor Roster Booth #33 Sonicare/Philips Oral Healthcare www.sonicare.com 281 Hillmount Road Markham, Ontario L6C 2S3 1-888-676-7664 In British Columbia Contact: Janet Vanderpost 604-649-7429; janet.vanderpost@philips.com In Alberta Contact: Lisa Brockbank 403-561-2090; lisa.brockbank@philips.com Philips Sonicare is synonymous with superior oral health care. To our patented and clinically proven technology, we are excited to now be able to offer patients and professionals a full line of brushes for both children and adults that make a significant positive difference with at home oral hygiene programs and in the office as well! Come and see what Sonicare has for you!

Booth #48 Space Maintainers 115 17th Ave. SW Calgary, AB T2S 0A1 Tel: 800-661-1169 Fax: 888-747-1233 Contact: George Brown Website: www.aurumgroup.com Whether you need removable appliances, retainers, fixed appliances, functional appliances, bleaching trays, snoring/OSA appliances or splints and mouthguards, Space Maintainers Canada is your Orthodontic Specialist. We blend the expertise of our well-trained, experiences and creative technicians with the finest materials available to provide your patients with unsurpassed orthodontic results. At Space Maintainers, your case is always right – the first time.

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Booth #2 SPEED System™ Orthodontics Strite Industries Limited 298 Shepherd Ave. Cambridge, ON N3C 1V1 Tel: 800-26 SPEED or (519) 658-2925 Fax: (519) 658-6925 Email: speedback@speedsystem.com Website: www.speedsystem.com Leading the way in self-ligations for more than 25 years, SPEED System™ Orthodontics manufactures and markets the self-ligating SPEED Appliances and the complete line of SPEED auxiliary products, including Supercable™ and Hills Wire™. Putting Energy Into Your Practice™

Booth #50 Sunstar Canada 515 Governors Road Guelph, ON N1K 1C7 Tel: (519) 837-2500 / (800) 265-8353 En Français: (800) 265-7203 Fax: (519) 837-2669 Website: www.GUMbrand.com Healthy Gums. Healthy Life. Sunstar Canada is committed to providing quality oral health care products worldwide. Our products are designed to assist in maintaining optimum health – both oral and systemic. Our product range includes toothbrushes, interdental brushes, dental floss, toothpaste, clinical and bone grafting products.

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Exhibitor Roster Booth #32 SureSmile 2350 Campbell Creek Blvd #400 Richardson, TX 75082 Tel: 1-888-672-6387 Website: www.suresmile.com

Booth #40 Televox 1110 Montlimar Drive, Suite 700 Mobile, AL 36695 Tel: (251) 706-3777 Fax: (251) 706-3948

SureSmile is a technology-based service provider to the orthodontic industry. The SureSmile Digital Orthodontic System enables treatment time to be reduced by an average of about 35% over conventional orthodontics through 3D intraoral imaging, 3D treatment planning software and robotic archwire customization.

With over 12,000 customers nationwide, TeleVox Software is the leader in doctor-patient communications. TeleVox solutions include HouseCalls™ automated messagin, Cox On-Hold™ on-hold messaging, and WebPlus™ website design and hosting. T.LINK™, an online communication gateway that keeps patients and practice connected, offers e-mail appointment reminders, online newsletters, account information, and more.

Booth #45 Synthes (Canada) Ltd Synthes (Canada) Ltd 2566 Meadowpine Blvd Mississauga, ON L5N 6P9 Tel: (905) 567-0440 / 1-800-668-1119 Fax: (905) 567-3185 Website: www.synthes.com Synthes Canada Ltd provides the Canadian market with quality instruments and implants used for distraction, trauma and reconstructive surgery of the mandible and maxillofacial areas.

Booth #20 topsSoftware 2621 Sandy Plains Road Suite 102 Marietta, GA 30066 Tel: 770 645-2488 Fax: 770 998-1046 Email: sales@topsOrtho.com, info@topsOrtho.com Website: www.topsOrtho.com Want lightning speed, security and flexibility? topsOrtho™ is the digital hub for all of your orthodontic systems, including Windows- based programs. The Mac OS X-based orthodontic practice management system with imaging creates a crash-free environment for your practice. Add topsCephMate™, the new king of digital cephalometrics, for The Total Package.

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Exhibitor Roster Booth #47 TP Orthodontics, Inc. 100 Center Plaza La Porte, IN 46350 Tel: (219) 785-2591 / 1-800-348-8856 Fax: (291) 324-3029 Website: www.tportho.com TP Orthodontics, Inc. is a leading worldwide supplier of orthodontic supplies and services. Orthodontists around the world choose TPO brands for innovative practice solutions that no other manufacturer can match. From the Tooth Positioner of the 1940s to today's InVuÂŽ ceramic brackets, TPO products continue to revolutionize the orthodontic industry.

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University of Alberta EFFECT OF LOW INTENSITY PULSED ULTRASOUND ON A HUMAN TOOTH SLICE ORGAN CULTURE Saleh Al-Daghreer*, Michael Doschak, Alastair J Sloan, Paul Major, Giseon Heo, Yeng Tsui and Tarek El-Bialy University of Alberta Aim: To investigate the effect of therapeutic Low Intensity Pulsed Ultrasound effect on the human dentin pulp complex in an in vitro tissue culture model. Materials and Methods: Ninety-two premolars were extracted from 23 adolescent orthodontic patients [mean age was 14y-5m ± (2y-3m)] whose orthodontic treatment required premolar extraction. All the premolars were cut transversely into 600 µm thick slices (8-11 slices per tooth). The slices were divided into two main groups according to the frequency at which LIPUS was applied (single application and daily application). The groups were further subdivided into five subgroups (5, 10, 15 and 20 minutes and one control group). The tooth slices were cultured at 37°C in an atmosphere of 5% CO2 in air, in a humidified incubator, with the medium changed after 24 hours and then every 48 hours. LIPUS was applied using a 2.5 cm2 transducer that produces incident intensity of 30 mW/cm2 of the transducer’s surface area. After 5 days of culture tooth slices were fixed, demineralised and processed for histomorphometrical analysis (to measure the Predentin layer thickness PD, and odontoblast cell numbers OD) and real time PCR to investigate changes in expression of genes of interest (Collagen I, DMP1, DSPP, TGF β1, RANKL and OPG). Results: The histomorphometric analysis revealed that the predentin thickness was higher in the single application group (10, 5 and 15 minutes) respectively than in the daily application LIPUS treatment group and the control groups. These 3 groups (10, 5 and 15 minutes/ single application) were not significantly different from each other. The odontoblast cell count was higher also in the single application groups mainly in the 5, 10 and 15 minutes respectively than in the control and other treatment groups. Also, they were significantly different from each other. Real time PCR demonstrated no statistical significant difference between the groups in the expression of Collagen I, DMP1 and TGF β1. All groups expressed DSPP, RANKL and OPG at a low level which were not significantly different. Conclusions: • LIPUS appeared to increase in the predentin layer thickness and odontoblast cell numbers following a single application for 5, 10 and 15 minutes. • No significant difference in expression of Collagen I, DMP1 and TGF β1 was observed in these LIPUS stimulated cultures when compared to controls. • Very low expression of DSPP, RANKL and OPG from cells within dentin pulp complex in this in-vitro model after 5 days of culture.

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A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF THE EVIDENCE BEHIND DENTAL ARCH EXPANSION WITH THE DAMON PHILOSOPHY Hussam Al-Fakir*, Carlos Flores-Mir University of Alberta Introduction: : Depending on the purpose of the expansion and the stage of dental development, arch expansion can be done using various conventional expansion appliances; for example, Hyraxes, Quad helixes, Wilson arches and bonded RMEs. However, in recent years, a new philosophy has been developed for the accomplishment of dental arch expansion, involving more bodily movement of the teeth rather than just tipping the teeth. Objective: In this systematic review the evidence behind dental arch expansion with the Damon philosophy was sought. Method: Several electronic databases were searched for relevant articles and reference lists of pertinent articles were also searched. Results: Only two articles were found that fulfilled the minimal set of criteria set in advance. One article had a sample of 19 patients with two groups (9 patients treated with RME expansion then full fixed conventional appliance, 10 patients treated only with the Damon system). The second article had a sample of 54 patients with certain selection criteria then divided randomly into two groups (one treated with conventional appliance and second with Damon system). They found that dental arch expansion is possible with Damon philosophy; however, the expansion is mostly tipping in the premolar and molar area. Arch expansion was measured and quantified using dental cast models and posteroanterior cephalometric radiographs. Conclusion: The amount of research that has been done on this topic is far from sufficient and neither supports nor dismisses the premise. A more precise tool to measure and quantify arch expansion for the whole maxilla is needed.

ACCURACY OF COMPUTER PROGRAMS IN PREDICTING ORTHOGNATHIC SURGERY SOFT AND HARD TISSUE RESPONSE 1 Neelambar Kaipatur, DMD, MSca *, Yousef Al-Thomali BDS, Cert. Orthob, Paul Major DDS, MSc.c, Carlos Flores-Mir, DDS, DSc, FRCD(C)d University of Alberta

Purpose: The aim of the present systematic reviews is to investigate the accuracy of computer programs in predicting hard and soft tissue responses following orthognathic surgery. Materials and Methods: A systematic computerized database search was conducted using several electronic databases. The reference lists of all the selected articles were also searched for any potential articles that might have been missed in the electronic search and additional information not available through the articles was obtained directly from the source (by contacting the author). Results: Out of the 40 and 79 initially identified articles only 7 and 9 articles fulfilled the final selection criteria for soft tissue and hard tissue changes respectively. All 7 articles, in general, showed accurate prediction outcomes of soft tissue response (less than 2 mm) when compared to actual post surgical results in both horizontal and vertical directions. The most significant area of error in soft tissue prediction was the lower lip. The computer programs were unable to precisely predict all the skeletal changes. Most of the prediction inaccuracies with skeletal changes were within 2 mm/degrees except for Witts analysis possibly due to difficulty in locating the functional occlusal plane on cephalograms. Conclusion: These systematic reviews demonstrated that computer programs cannot consistently predict the skeletal or soft tissue changes following orthognathic surgery but their results may be considered inside a clinically acceptable range. Although the individual errors are almost always minimal (less than 2 mm or degrees); the composite addition of these minimal errors could have clinical implications. PhD (student), Orthodontic Graduate Program, Department of Dentistry, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Post-Doctoral Fellow, Orthodontic Graduate Program, Department of Dentistry, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada c Professor and Director, Orthodontic Graduate Program, Department of Dentistry, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 1a b

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CFAO Graduate Student Posterboard Abstracts – Sponsored by University of Alberta CHANGES IN CRANIOFACIAL GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATED WITH NASAL CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE (NCPAP) THERAPY IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS Mohammed Korayem*, Manisha Witmans, Carlos Flores-Mir, Paul Major University of Alberta Aim: The purpose of this project is to review the available evidence concerning changes in craniofacial growth associated with long term nCPAP therapy in pediatric patients. Pediatric patients with obstructive sleep apnea have several treatment options available including nasal continuous positive airway pressure (nCPAP). The nasal mask used to deliver positive airway pressure is secured to the paranasal area using elastic headgear straps, which are adjusted to obtain a tight seal of the mask to the face. The pressure exerted by the mask on the growing bones and soft tissues of the midface may be a potential cause of mid-face hypoplasia in growing children who are on long term CPAP or BiPAP therapy during their peak growth years. Methods: A systematic review of the literature was conducted to examine the evidence concerning long term nCPAP use in pediatric patients and any associated changes in craniofacial growth and development. Electronic database searches of six databases were conducted, along with manual searches of retrieved abstracts and articles. Results: Only one article was identified that met the selection criteria for the review. The article was a case report describing severe midface retrusion in 15-year old child associated with nCPAP therapy over a ten-year period. Conclusion: There is insufficient evidence to determine the association between long term nCPAP use and changes in craniofacial growth and development in pediatric patients. The mechanisms, relative risks, and potential consequences of midface hyploplasia associated with long term nCPAP use in growing pediatric patients are discussed.

LONG-TERM CHANGES USING A BONE-ANCHORED MAXILLARY EXPANDER (BAME) IN ADOLESCENTS – RANDOMIZED CONTROL TRIAL Manuel O. Lagravère Vich*, Jason Carey, Giseon Heo, Paul W. Major Graduate Orthodontic Program, Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry University of Alberta Objective: The purpose was to compare skeletal and dental long-term changes assessed by digital volumetric images produced after maxillary expansion between a bone-anchored expansion appliance and a conventional tooth borne RME. Methods: A sample of 62 patients ranging between 11-16 years of age, all needing maxillary expansion were randomly allocated to either of three groups (traditional Hyrax tooth borne expander, bone-anchored expander and control). BAME consisted of two stainless steel onplants (8.0 mm x 3.0 mm), two miniscrews (12.0 mm length, 1.5 mm diameter), and an expansion screw. Records (CBCT) were taken at baseline and at 12 month follow-up. A repeated measure MANOVA was applied to the distances and angles measured to determine the statistical significance in time. Bonferroni post-hoc tests were used to identify specific significant differences between the treatment groups. Results: Long term changes showed that none of the three groups presented statistically significant differences in symmetry angle. Both treatment groups had significant long-term expansion at the level of the upper first molar crown and root apex, upper first premolar crown and root, maxilla alveolus in the first molar and premolar regions and central incisor root. The tooth-borne expansion resulted in significantly more long-term expansion at the upper premolar crown and upper premolar root than the bone-borne expansion appliance. Conclusion: Both expanders presented similar results. Greatest changes happened in the transverse dimension while changes in the vertical and antero-posterior dimension were negligible. Dental expansion was also greater than skeletal expansion.

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THE VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY OF MIXED DENTITION ANALYSIS METHODS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW Nghe S. Luu*, N. Kaipatur University of Alberta Objectives: The purpose of this systematic review was to determine the best technique to perform a Mixed Dentition Analysis with regards to validity and reliability as well as any relevant factors which could influence the prediction. Methods: Papers were indentified from a search of seven online databases and evaluated based on technique modality: study models alone, radiographs alone, or combinations of study models and radiographs. Results: 460 papers were identified and ultimately distilled to 32 papers after application of specific inclusion criteria. Conclusions: Our findings indicate that all mixed dentition analysis techniques and modalities have high reliability. All modalities have positively correlated validity, but there appears to be no difference in terms of overall validity between modalities. The predictions based on combinations of study models and radiographs have the lowest variability in overall validity; radiographs alone have higher variability in overall validity; study models alone have the most variable overall validity. Dimorphisms based on ethnicity, jaw, gender, or side do not appear to have any meaningful influence on the validity of mixed dentition analysis methods.

TOOTH LENGTH MEASUREMENT ACCURACY WITH FILM AND CBCT PANORAMIC RECONSTRUCTIONS Mark Rosenblatt*, Paul Major, Giseon Heo, Jason Carey, Carlos Flores-Mir University of Alberta Objectives: 2-D panoramic images (film and digital) have been used to identify and monitor changes in root length and morphology during orthodontic treatment. Magnification, overlapping anatomy, and variations in patient and tooth position lead to unreliable results. Cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) images correct the aforementioned limitations when viewed in 3-D volumes. Third party imaging suites also can also reconstruct CBCT data into panoramic images. This study compares the accuracy of panoramic images from film and CBCT reconstructions with direct caliper measurements for tooth length. Methods: Prior to extraction of 48 premolar teeth, CBCT images were taken and panoramic radiographs reconstructed using Dolphin Imaging. Film panoramic radiographs previously taken for orthodontic screening, were scanned and calibrated for digital tooth length measurement. The extracted teeth were measured for length by micro-calipers to provide a “true” measure of length for comparison. Results: Panoramic radiographs produced images with tooth sizes that were clinically (≥1mm) and statistically significantly different in length compared to their true length (p<0.001). Panoramic reconstruction from CBCT volumes resulted in tooth lengths 1.6mm (95% C.I.: 1.1, 2.0) longer than direct caliper measurement, while film panoramic images resulted in measurements 6.3mm (95% C.I.: 5.6, 7.1) shorter. Conclusions: Although more accurate than 2-D imaging, panoramic reconstructions from 3-D volumes represent significantly different length measurements compared to extracted teeth measured directly. Clinicians must exercise caution when attempting to infer tooth length changes from panoramic images from 2-D and 3-D sources.

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CFAO Graduate Student Posterboard Abstracts – Sponsored by University of Alberta WHAT ARE LAY PUBLIC’S FRONTAL DENTOFACIAL AESTHETIC PREFERENCES? A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW Matthew Witt*, Mohammed Korayem, Carlos Flores-Mir University of Alberta Aim: The objective of this review is to evaluate the magnitude of aesthetic impairment that the general public is able to discern. Methods: A systematic computerized search of electronic databases was undertaken in Medline, Pubmed, EMbase, Cochrane Library and Web of Science until April of 2009. Abstracts of the retrieved results were scrutinized by two independent reviewers and papers that investigated variables that impact anterior dental aesthetics from the layperson’s perspective were identified, selected, and assigned methodological scores. Results: A total of 36 articles met the inclusion criteria. Layperson preferences and sensitivities were determined for tooth shape, tooth wear, midline deviation, incisogingival display, smile arc, buccal corridor, incisor angulation, incisor-to-lateral step, overbite, diastema, tooth size, and tooth proportion. Conclusions: Some of the conclusions are that laypersons do not discriminate tooth shapes when displayed on female models, but prefer square-round incisors and flat canines (when paired with round incisors) in male models. Laypersons can detect dental midline deviations of less than 3.0 mm but when intentionally made aware of midlines, prefer midlines that are coincident with each other and the facial midline. Laypersons prefer unworn dentitions, zero gingival display and minimal buccal corridors. There appears to be aesthetic range of incisogingival display that laypersons tolerate, from 2.0 mm maxillary central incisor coverage to 2.0 mm maxillary gingival display. Laypersons are able to detect variations in crown width or height among individual teeth, especially if the variation is unilateral. Further studies are required to validate conclusions that were based on limited studies.

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CFAO Graduate Student Posterboard Abstracts – Sponsored by University of Manitoba RELAPSE OF THE LOWER INCISORS POST ORTHODONTIC TREATMENT: WHEN IS RE-TREATMENT PERCEIVED AS CLINICALLY NECESSARY, ACCORDING TO DENTAL PROFESSIONALS? Dr. Christie Laberge*, Dr. William Wiltshire, Dr. Doug Brothwell, Dr. Igor Pesun University of Manitoba Introduction: Relapse is defined as the return, following correction, toward the pre-existing condition and presents mainly as mandibular anterior re-crowding post orthodontic treatment. The purpose of this study was to examine the perception, importance, necessity and desirability of various perspectives regarding the subjective need for orthodontic re-treatment among dental professionals. Methods: A questionnaire was distributed to orthodontists across Canada (Canadian Association of Orthodontist members) as well as to dentists registered with the MDA (Manitoba Dental Association). The orthodontists were randomly assigned to two different groups; they answered the questions based on the cases as being: 1) their own patients and 2) as transfer patients. Results: Dentists and orthodontists found a significant difference between mild, moderate and severe relapse of the lower incisors (p < 0.001). Dentists recommended re-treatment similarly between mild and moderate relapse cases, however, there was a significant difference between the recommendation for re-treatment between mild and severe cases, as well as between moderate and severe cases (p < 0.001). Orthodontists in both groups recommended re-treatment between mild and severe cases and between moderate and severe cases (p < 0.001). Orthodontists in group 1 recommended re-treatment for mild and moderate cases (p < 0.05), however, orthodontists in group 2 had no significant difference between the recommendation for re-treatment between mild and moderate relapse cases (p > 0.05). Orthodontists in group 1 recommended the need for retreatment the most for all categories (p < 0.001). The dentists and orthodontists of group 2 were similar in their acceptance of mild and moderate relapse (p=0.794), whereas the orthodontists in group 1 recommended re-treatment significantly more (for mild and moderate relapse) than both dentists and orthodontists of group 2 (p < 0.05). Dentists recommended re-treatment less than both orthodontist groups for severe relapse cases (p < 0.001). Conclusions: Both consistencies and variations between dentists and orthodontists were noted, as well as, between the two groups of orthodontists in regards to recommendations for re-treatment of relapse cases. Orthodontists were more critical if they perceived the work as their own.

ORTHODONTIC TREATMENT TIMING – A SURVEY OF ORTHODONTISTS AND PEDIATRIC DENTISTS IN CANADA Eileen Lo, Charles Lekic*, William Wiltshire University of Manitoba Introduction: The ideal timing to initiate orthodontic treatment is an important, yet controversial issue. The purpose of this study was to investigate the provision of orthodontic care for 7 types of skeletal dysplasia by paediatric dentists and orthodontists in Canada. Methods: A questionnaire was distributed to randomly selected orthodontists (N=140) and paediatric dentists (N=132) throughout Canada. Surveys returned within 8 weeks were included for c2 statistical analysis. Results: The response rate was 59% for orthodontists and 54% for pediatric dentists. Orthodontists and pediatric dentists differed significantly in the timing of their first orthodontic consultation (p < 0.01). More pediatric dentists used to the dental age to determine the appropriate time to initiate treatment (p < 0.01), whereas more orthodontists relied on the pubertal indicators (p < 0.01). More orthodontists would intervene in the early mixed dentition for moderate mandibular prognathia (p < 0.01); mid-mixed dentition for severe mandibular retrognathia (p < 0.01), late mixed dentition for moderate mandibular retrognathia (p < 0.01) and permanent dentition for skeletal openbite and severe mandibular prognathia (p < 0.01). Most pediatric dentists would intervene in the early and mid-mixed dentition for the specified cases of skeletal malocclusions (p < 0.05). Conclusions: The results of this investigation indicate both consistencies and variation between orthodontic and paediatric practitioners with regard to preference in treatment timing, and the factors that influence these decisions.

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COMPARISON OF MANDIBULAR ARCH DIMENSIONS BEFORE AND AFTER NON EXTRACTION ORTHODONTIC TREATMENT Cédric Cardona*, Athéna Papadakis, Claude Remise, Pierre Rompré Université de Montréal One of the objectives during orthodontic treatment is to make every effort to minimize the phenomenon of post-treatment relapse. Many scientific articles have hypothesized that one of the cornerstones of post-orthodontic treatment stability is the maintenance of the original arch form. It has been suggested that of all the dimensions characterizing the arch form, mandibular inter-canine distance is the one that should be changed the least during treatment. In our study, we compared the dimensions of 45 pairs of mandibular plaster models before and after non extraction orthodontic treatment. For our group of patients whose mandibular crowding was less than 5 mm, we found that the inter-canine distance was modified less than either the inter-molar distance or arch length. It would be interesting, in future studies, to assess the post-retention stability of this group of patients. Key words: Plaster study models, Inter-canine distance, Mandibular expansion, Stability.

PERIODONTAL EFFECTS OF SARPE: CLINICAL AND CONE BEAM COMPUTERIZED TOMOGRAPHY EVALUATION. 6-MONTH PRELIMINARY RESULTS. Gauthier, Chantal, DMD*, Papadakis, Athena, BDS (Hons), FDS RCS (Eng), M.Sc., FRCD(C), Voyer, René, DMD, M.Sc., FRCD(C), Diplomate, American Board of Periodontology, Paquette, Manon, M.Sc., DMD, M.S., Rompré, Pierre, M.Sc. Section d’orthodontie, Faculté de médecine dentaire, Université de Montréal, Montréal (Québec), Canada In skeletally mature patients, transverse maxillary deficiency can be treated with surgically assisted rapid palatal expansion (SARPE). Forces delivered by the expander produce areas of compression in the periodontal ligament, which could lead to alveolar bone resorption and possible changes in the attachment level. The aim of this prospective clinical study was to evaluate the periodontal effects of SARPE, by means of a complete clinical evaluation and Cone Beam Computerized Tomography (CBCT) evaluation. Methods: The sample included 14 patients (5 males, 9 females), with a mean age of 23.0 y. ± 1.9 years (range: 16 y. 4 to 39 y. 7). All patients were treated using a bonded Hyrax-type expander and the mean expansion was 9.82 mm (7.5 - 12.0 mm). All patients had a one-year retention period. CBCTs were taken and periodontal charts completed at each time point: T0 (initial), T1 (6 months post-expansion) and T2 (1 year post-expansion). Results & Discussion: SARPE seemed to have little detrimental clinical effects on the periodontium. Radiographic data demonstrated statistically significant changes: a significant decrease in the buccal alveolar bone thickness on most teeth, a significant increase in the palatal alveolar bone thickness on most teeth, a decrease in the buccal alveolar crest level of all canines and posterior teeth, and a tendency towards a decrease in the interproximal alveolar crest level on the mesial aspect of both central incisors. These changes could eventually have a significant clinical impact on the periodontium.

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CFAO Graduate Student Posterboard Abstracts – Sponsored by Université de Montréal SKELETAL AND DENTOALVEOLAR EFFECTS OF SARPE: A CONE BEAM COMPUTERIZED TOMOGRAPHY EVALUATION Olivier Quintin, DMD*, Athena Papadakis, BDS (Hons), FDS RCS (Eng), MSc, FRCD(C), Manon Paquette, MSc, DMD, MS, Claude Remise, DDS, MS, Pierre Rompré, MSc Faculty of Dental Medicine, Université de Montréal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada Introduction: Few research projects have evaluated the effects of surgically assisted rapid palatal expansion (SARPE) on hard tissues, and most of these projects suffer from significant methodological flaws. The objective of this clinical prospective comparative study was to evaluate the effects of SARPE three-dimensionally on the maxillary teeth, their supporting alveolar bone as well as the basal bone of both maxillae. Materials and Methods: The sample consisted of 14 subjects (mean age: 23.0 ± 1.9 years). The patients were treated using a Hyrax expansion appliance and a retention period of one year without any other orthodontic treatment was observed. A cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) evaluation was performed before and 6 months after the end of expansion. Thirty-seven hard tissue parameters were measured on the three-dimensional volumes. Methods: Subjects were 604 patients aged 7 to 17 years presenting for orthodontic screening in a university clinic. The parents completed a health and sleep behaviour questionnaire prior to the child being evaluated in the orthodontic clinic. Results: Radiological results have demonstrated a significant increase in dento-alveolar inclination and in dental, alveolar and skeletal widths of the maxilla, with a tendency towards a gradually increasing expansion supero-inferiorly and postero-anteriorly. No significant sagittal displacement of anatomic landmarks located of the maxillae, nor any significant correlation between expansion screw activation and radiological parameters were found. Conclusions: SARPE causes buccal dentoalveolar tipping in the posterior superior region and significant transverse expansion on all hard tissues of the maxilla. However, SARPE does not induce any relevant sagittal movement of the maxilla and the mandible. The changes that were observed do not have a correlation with expansion screw activation.

MANDIBULAR MORPHOLOGY AND GROWTH RELATED TO HYPODONTIA AND RESPIRATORY DISTRESS IN SUBJECTS WITH PIERRE ROBIN SEQUENCE Christos Sideris*, Hicham El-Khatib, Claude Remise, Louise Caouette-Laberge, Pierre Rompré Université de Montréal Pierre Robin Sequence (PRS) consists of a triad of distinctive symptoms that are expressed concurrently: micrognathia, glossoptosis – causing respiratory distress – and cleft palate. The hypothesis of this study is that mandibular morphology and growth in subjects with PRS varies with the severity of respiratory distress and mandibular hypodontia. The experimental group consisted of 32 patients with the non-syndromic form of PRS (15 males, 17 females). Cephalometric tracings were performed at T1 (mean 7.8 years) and T2 (mean 12.6 years). Statistical comparisons were made using one-way ANOVA; the significance level was set at p< 0.05. Patients with PRS and mandibular hypodontia when compared to those with PRS and normal dentition, have a shorter posterior cranial base (observed at T2 only), a shorter mandibular body, a larger ANB angle, a shorter lower facial height, a higher facial convexity, a higher A-B(HP) value and a longer Y-axis. All these clinical characteristics don’t normalize with growth. Patients with a severe respiratory distress compared to those with a mild respiratory distress observed at birth have a shorter ramal length and a higher gonial angle. These clinical characteristics are inexistent at T2. In conclusion, mandibular morphology and growth in subjects affected by PRS and mandibular hypodontia is different than those affected by PRS with normal dentition. This results in a more severe Class II jaw relationship that does not normalize with growth. In addition, the severity of respiratory distress observed at birth affects future mandibular morphology but only in a transitory manner.

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CFAO Graduate Student Posterboard Abstracts – Sponsored by University of Toronto INTERCENTER COMPARISON OF TREATMENT OUTCOME IN PATIENTS WITH COMPLETE UNILATERAL AND BILATERAL CLEFT LIP AND PALATE: ANALYSIS OF CRANIOFACIAL FORM Gregory S. Dugas*, John Daskalogiannakis, Bryan Tompson, Ross E. Long, Jr. Discipline of Orthodontics, Faculty of Dentistry University of Toronto Background: Several different surgical treatment protocols have been advocated for the management of patients with complete unilateral cleft lip and palate (CUCLP) and complete bilateral cleft lip and palate (CBCLP), and little evidence exists on comparison of the outcomes of each protocol. Objectives: 1) To compare craniofacial morphology among individuals with repaired CUCLP treated at four North American centers, through cephalometric analysis. 2) To compare craniofacial morphology among individuals with repaired CBCLP treated at three North American centers, through cephalometric analysis. This is meant to serve as a means of treatment outcome assessment, as well as an effort to provide cleft lip and palate (CLP) teams with a basis from which to perform clinical audits. Methods: A retrospective study was conducted examining the lateral cephalometric radiographs of 148 individuals with repaired CUCLP (average age = 8y 8m, M/F = 99/49, cleft L/R = 106/42) as well as the lateral cephalometric radiographs of 93 individuals with repaired CBCLP (average age = 8y 10m, M/F = 61/32). Main outcome measures included 16 angular, 7 linear and 2 ratio cephalometric parameters. The group means for the different centers per cephalometric measurement were compared using analysis of variance to assess statistical significance. Specifically, pairwise comparisons of means were performed using the Tukey-Kramer method. Results: For the CUCLP sample, significant differences were found in the sagittal maxillary prominence among the four centers. The most significant differences were seen between centers 1 (largest maxillary prominence) and 3 (lowest maxillary prominence). The differences between the two centers in the mean SNA and ANB angles were highly statistically significant (p<0.001); whereas for the mean Ba-N-ANS’, and ANS’-N-Pg angles the differences were significant at the p<0.01 and p<0.05 level, respectively. Similarly, for the CBCLP sample, the most significant differences were observed between center 1 (largest maxillary prominence), and center 3 group A (lowest maxillary prominence), and center 4. The differences between the three centers in the mean SNA and Ba-N-ANS’ angles were highly statistically significant (p<0.001); whereas for the mean ANB and ANS’-N-Pg angles and WITS appraisal the differences between center 1 and center 3 group A, and center 1 and center 4 were significant at the p<0.001 and p<0.01 level, respectively. Conclusions: 1) Significant differences in craniofacial morphology, specifically hard and soft tissue maxillary prominence, exist among patients with CUCLP treated according to different surgical protocols at the centers investigated in this study; 2) Significant differences in craniofacial morphology, specifically hard and soft tissue maxillary prominence, exist among patients with CBCLP treated according to different surgical protocols at the centers investigated in this study; 3) For both the CUCLP and CBCLP groups, center 1 patients had the greatest hard-tissue maxillary prominence and soft-tissue convexity; 4) Patients from center 3 and center 3 group A, the only center to perform primary alveolar bone grafting, had the least prominent maxilla and straightest soft-tissue profile for both the CUCLP and CBCLP groups, respectively.

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DEVELOPMENT OF A THREE-DIMENSIONAL IN VITRO MODEL SYSTEM TO STUDY ORTHODONTIC TOOTH MOVEMENT A.J. Heckler*, I.J. Pereira, P.J. Brooks, S-G. Gong, and C.A. Simmons University of Toronto Few three-dimensional (3D) models exist to study cell and molecular regulation of orthodontic tooth movement (OTM). The aim of this work was to develop a 3D in vitro model to study mechanical loading of human periodontal ligament fibroblasts (hPDLF). Methods: hPDLFs were seeded into fibrillar collagen gels constrained in culture wells. The viability, proliferation, and function of the hPDLFs were characterized over 14 days. hPDLF-seeded collagen gels were then cast in a device with movable end plates and subjected to static tensile, compressive, or no loading conditions. Cells were characterized within the model and the strain distribution was assessed. Results: Within the well-based cultures, cell viability was uniform throughout the gel. The number of cells increased five-fold by D7 (p<0.05) and remained similar until D14. Collagen fibre alignment and the degree of contraction of released gels was highest in the D7 and D14 gels (p<0.05). In the 3D model, viability was greatest in hPDLFs subjected to tension (p<0.05). Finite element modelling of the 3D model predicted strain magnitudes of approximately 12% in both the compression and the tension cases. Conclusions: The collagen gel supports hPDLF proliferation, viability, and the emergence of a contractile phenotype, replicating the constrained condition of the human PDL in vivo. The 3D model mimicked PDL strains similar to those observed during OTM, and can be used for future studies to better understand the effects of OTM on PDL fibroblasts. Support: AAOF Center Award; Alpha Omega Foundation of Canada.

CONE BEAM CT STUDY OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FACE HEIGHT AND DENTOALVEOLAR POSITION. Bn Laski*, Bd Tompson, A Metaxas, Ewn Lam Discipline of Orthodontics, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto. University of Toronto Background: The intraoral findings of patients presenting with differing lower anterior face heights are variable. Cephalometric and model studies on the subject have elicited contradictory results. By analyzing the pre-treatment cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) records of orthodontic patients, it is possible to assess dental and skeletal features of interest that are relevant to orthodontic treatment planning. Objective: To determine differences between the dentoalveolar positions of maxillary and mandibular central incisors and first molars in subjects classified into three groups: long, normal and short lower anterior face height. Methods: Upper anterior face height/lower anterior face height ratios (UAFH/LAFH) were determined from 111 pretreatment iCAT® (Imaging Sciences International, Pennsylvania) CBCT scans and analyzed with AMIRA® (Mercury Computer Systems, Germany) imaging software. Upper and lower central incisor and first molar vertical heights and buccolingual inclinations were measured relative to fixed reference planes. Mean differences in tooth heights and inclinations between the groups were assessed using an analysis of variance. Results: Clinically significant differences in dentoalveolar heights, but not buccolingual inclinations, between the three face height groups were found. Conclusions: Face height and dentoalveolar position can be determined using cbCT image data. Vertical height, not buccolingual inclination, contributes to differences in lower anterior face height. Grants: Alpha Omega Foundation of Canada.

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CFAO Graduate Student Posterboard Abstracts – Sponsored by University of Western Ontario IN-VITRO COMPARISON OF THREE INDIRECT BONDING ADHESIVE SYSTEMS AND A DIRECT BONDING CONTROL Dr. Mitch Miller, Dr. Timothey Foley, Dr. Antonios Mamandras, Dr. Lesley Short, Dr. Amin Rizkalla, Dr. David Banting, Dr. Sherri Leung* University of Western Ontario Aim: This in-vitro study investigated shear peel bond strength (SPBS), bond failure upon transfer tray removal, adhesive remnant index (ARI), and enamel fracture incidence for three indirect bonding adhesive systems123 compared to a direct bonded control4. Materials and Methods: One hundred ninety-two human bicuspid teeth were arranged in acrylic bases mimicking human archforms, with four arches per group. Teeth were etched, bonded, stored for 100 days at 37°C, thermocycled and subsequently debonded with an Instron universal testing machine. Results and Conclusions: All adhesive groups demonstrated sufficient in-vitro SPBS values. Significant differences (p<0.05) were found among the four adhesive groups. The Direct and Light-Cured indirect groups had significantly higher bond strengths than the other indirect groups. The lowest SPBS values observed in all groups were clinically acceptable; however, the lowest values in the Sondhi and Thermacure groups less optimal. Two bond failures were noted upon transfer tray removal, one in the Sondhi group and one in the Light-Cured indirect group. ARI values showed the Direct group experienced mainly adhesivebracket interface failures, while Indirect groups demonstrated cohesive bond failures, with a disproportionately high number of enamel-adhesive failures in the Sondhi indirect group. Despite having the highest SPBS, the Light-Cured group exhibited the lowest incidence of enamel fracture. Sondhi (Transbond XT base, MIP primer, Sondhi Rapid Set A+B chemical cure adhesive) Light-Cured (Transbond XT base, MIP primer, Filtek Supreme Plus flowable light-cured resin) 3 Thermacure (Thermacure base, Assure primer, FlowTain flowable light-cured resin) 4 Direct (Transbond XT with MIP primer) 1 2

IMPACTED CANINES TREATED WITH CLOSED VS OPEN SURGICAL-ORTHODONTIC APPROACH: A SUBJECTIVE EVALUATION Dr. Nadia Nizam, Dr. Lesley Short, Dr. Antonios Mamandras, Dr. Bruce Hill, Dr. Sahza Hatibovic-Kofman, Dr. David Banting, Dr. Alison Stefanuto* University of Western Ontario Purpose: This study examined differences in esthetic outcome of palatally impacted maxillary canines treated with either open or closed surgical exposure techniques. Materials and Methods: Sixteen subjects in each group had a unilateral impacted maxillary canine of equal severity. The contralateral untreated canine was used as a control. Final esthetic outcome was assessed by orthodontists, dentists, and lay persons using a 100mm visual analog scale. Features evaluated included crown height, attached gingiva, mesiodistal tip, buccolingual torque, rotation, and overall esthetics. Results: No statistical or clinical difference in overall esthetics between the closed and open surgical techniques was found, as rated by each examiner group. Orthodontists and dentists found torque unsatisfactory regardless of surgical exposure technique. Orthodontists found the amount of attached gingiva unsatisfactory for both surgical techniques compared to the untreated side, although open exposure results were generally preferred over closed exposure. Orthodontists also found the closed technique led to unsatisfactory crown height, rotation, and tip. Dentists found the closed technique led to unsatisfactory tip, rotation, attached gingiva and crown height when comparing treatment to control. Lay persons were unsatisfied with tip, torque, and rotation in both treatment groups when compared to control, while attached gingiva and crown height were less satisfactory for closed surgical exposure vs. controls. Conclusion: Closed surgical exposure of palatally impacted maxillary canines led to less satisfactory esthetic outcomes than open surgical exposure. Although the difference was statistically significant, no clinical significance was established between open and closed treatment groups or between treatment and control canines.

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University of Western Ontario ARE SKELETAL AND DENTAL CHARACTERISTICS, AS WELL AS CERTAIN ASPECTS OF TREATMENT, RELATED TO BONY CONDYLAR CHANGES? Dr. Dolly Bharwani, Dr. Antonios Mamandras, Dr. Lesley Short, Dr. John Murray, Dr. David Banting, Dr. Harinder Sandhu, Dr. Zach Williams* University of Western Ontario Introduction: Degenerative joint disease is mildly prevalent in a pre-orthodontic population and can contribute to jaw pain and skeletal relapse post-orthodontic treatment. Purpose: To determine whether craniofacial form or particular treatment modalities are related to TMJ condylar degeneration. Materials and Methods: The cephalometric radiographs of 61 subjects with moderate-severe condylar degeneration (as diagnosed from panoramic radiographs) were traced and treatment factors were recorded. Results: Cephalometric findings of significance in this study included increased facial convexity, increased ANB, decreased SNB, decreased Pg-NA perpendicular, increased mandibular plane angle, increased gonial angle, increased overjet, and upright lower incisors when compared to cephalometric standards. Treatment modalities of significant prevalence are orthognathic surgery and Class II or Cl III elastics. Conclusions: Results from this study are inconclusive without a control group but the following observations can be made: 1. The prevalence of moderate to severe TMJ condylar degeneration, in a pre-orthodontic population was 3.02% 2. Subjects with moderate to severe TMJ condylar degeneration demonstrated: a. Mandibular retrognathia b. Upright mandibular incisors c. Dolichofacial pattern and vertical growth pattern 3. Females are at higher risks for developing TMJ condylar changes than males 4. Subjects requiring orthognathic surgery may be at risk fro developing TMJ condylar changes 5. The use of Class II or III elastics may increase the risk of developing TMJ condylar changes

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Delegate Roster - Doctors Dr. Sercan Akyalcin Winnipeg, MB Dr. Hussam Al Fakir Edmonton, AB Dr. Scott Allen 1366 Clyde Avenue Suite 4 Ottawa, ON K2C 3Z4 Tel: (613) 228-4000 Dr. Conny Athanasopoulos 140 Meadowood Drive Suite 4A Winnipeg, MB R2M 5L8 Tel: (204) 253-1269 Fax: (204) 253-1307 Email: dr.conny@acportho.com Dr. Gina Ball PO Box 1869 Squamish, BC V8B 0B3 Tel: (604) 892-5969 Fax: (604) 892-5959 Email: mtortho@telus.net Dr. Philip Barer 805 West Broadway Suite 1807 Vancouver, BC V5Z 1K1 Tel: (604) 872-6606 Fax: (604) 872-6605 Email: drswsb@shawbiz.ca Dr. Greg Barnett 10655 Southport Road SW Suite 900 Calgary, AB T2W 4Y1 Tel: (403) 271-8010 Fax: (403) 233-2208 Email: drb@harfieldfrenchortho.com Dr. Robert Beath 33B West Street Goderich, ON N7A 2K5 Tel: (519) 524-7516 Dr. Barry Bhalla Calgary, AB Dr. Kathryn Bibby 310 Hall Street Nelson, BC V1L 1Y8 Tel: (250) 354-4354 Fax: (250) 354-4088 Email: info@drbibby.com

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Dr. Alain Brault 400 boul. St-Martin Ouest Suite 401 Laval, QC H7M 3Y8 Tel: (450) 668-6680 Fax: (450) 668-0233 Email: drbrault@colaval.com Dr. Duncan Y. Brown 10655 Southport Road SW Suite 290 Calgary, AB T2W 4Y1 Tel: (403) 278-3232 Fax: (403) 271-1454 Email: duncan.brown@smilezone.ca Dr. Gail M. Burke 11808 St. Albert Trail NW Suite 304 Edmonton, AB T5L 4G4 Tel: (780) 455-7790 Fax: (780) 452-0757 Dr. Kirby Cadman 3502 Taylor Street East Suite 200 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5H9 Tel: (306) 955-3677 Fax: (306) 955-4788 Dr. Gregory Campbell 3117 - 32nd Street Suite 202 Vernon, BC V1T 5M6 Tel: (250) 542-4118 Fax: (250) 542-4652 Dr. Philip Carter 333 St. Mary Avenue Suite 84 Winnipeg, MB R3C 4A5 Tel: (204) 943-7573 Dr. Paul Castonguay 630-B boul Everard H Daigle PO Box 7296 Grand-Sault, NB E3Z 2R8 Tel: (506) 473-4890 Fax: (506) 473-6876 Email: dochog@nb.sympatico.ca Dr. Chrissy Cheretakis Faculty of Dentistry, Montreal General Hospital 1650 Cedar Avenue, Rm B3-112, 3rd Floor Montreal, QC H3G 1A4 Tel: (514) 934-1934 Fax: (514) 934-8352

Dr. Jeremy Chin P.O. Box 3005 Joondalup, WA AUSTRALIA 6027 Tel: 08-9304-8880 Fax: 08-9304-8880 Dr. Martin Chin 3459 Sheppard Avenue East Suite 208 Scarborough, ON M1T 3K5 Tel: (416) 291-2548 Dr. Paul-Rene Chouinard 7375 Beaubien Est Suite A Anjou, QC H1M 3R5 Tel: (514) 352-7060 Fax: (514) 351-1452 Dr. Chris Clarke 50 Marketplace Avenue Suite 9 Ottawa, ON K2J 5G3 Tel: (613) 823-9899 Fax: (613) 823-9704 Email: capital_ortho@hotmail.com Dr. Warren Cohen 10 Richard Way SW Suite 1 Calgary, AB T3E 7M9 Tel: (403) 282-7878 Fax: (403) 282-7788 Email: cohen@surrideoortho.com Dr. Jeff Corbett 123 - 4th Avenue West P.O. Box 1056, Suite 2 Cochrane, AB T4C 1B1 Tel: (403) 851-6500 Fax: (403) 851-6555 Dr. Ron Cox 9509 - 156 Street Suite 312 Edmonton, AB T5P 4J5 Tel: (780) 484-0437 Fax: (780) 483-2752 Dr. Robert Cram 4405 - 52nd Avenue Suite 1 Red Deer, AB T4N 6S4 Tel: (403) 340-8000 Fax: (403) 342-0201 Email: drbob@reddeerortho.com

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CAO 61st Annual Scientific Session Delegate Roster - Doctors Dr. Arlene Dagys 340 Kingston Road Toronto, ON M4L 1T7 Tel: (416) 690-8525 Fax: (416) 690-6757 Dr. Steve Davis 575 Main Street Suite 203 Penticton, BC V2A 5C6 Tel: (250) 492-6622 Fax: (250) 492-6644 Dr. Murray Deller 85 Ferris Lane Suite 103 Barrie, ON L4M 6B9 Tel: (705) 728-1261 Fax: (705) 728-1262 Dr. Darcy Dietz 2335 Rabbit Hill Road Edmonton, AB T6R 3L6 Tel: (780) 434-7144 Fax: (780) 434-2216 Email: doctordarcy@shaw.ca Dr. Mel Drosdowech 233 Kennedy Street Suite 1503 Winnipeg, MB R3C 3J5 Tel: (204) 943-5080 Fax: (204) 942-0404 Email: drmdros@mts.net Dr. Roger Drouin 8165 rue du Mistral Suite 301 Charny, QC G6X 3R8 Tel: (418) 832-7783 Dr. Peter Dueckman 2001 McCallum Road Suite 203 Abbotsford, BC V2S 3N5 Tel: (604) 854-3236 Fax: (604) 854-3230 Dr. Greg Dugas Toronto, ON Dr. Tim Dumore 2541 Portage Avenue Winnipeg, MB R3J 0P1 Tel: (204) 832-3910 Fax: (204) 837-3561 Email: drtimbo@drdumore.com

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Dr. Peter Duncan 1595 McKenzie Avenue Suite 113 Victoria, BC V8N 1A4 Tel: (250) 472-0404 Email: duncandr@telus.net Dr. Lee Erickson 1595 Bedford Highway Suite 206 Bedford, NS B4A 3Y4 Tel: (902) 835-6531 Fax: (902) 832-5448 Email: bedfordortho@eastlink.ca Dr. Russell Farquhar 15185 Yonge Street Aurora, ON L4G 1L8 Tel: (905) 727-1989 Fax: (905) 727-5497 Dr. Donald Fitzpatrick 23 Coburg Street Saint John, NB E2L 3J4 Tel: (506) 632-8061 Fax: (506) 634-7242 Dr. Rod Florence 2018 Sherwood Drive Suite 300 Sherwood Park, AB T8A 5V3 Tel: (780) 467-1011 Fax: (780) 464-9048 Dr. Carlos Flores Mir University of Alberta Graduate Orthodontic Program 4051 A Dentistry / Pharmacy Centre Edmonton, AB T6G 2N8 Tel: (780) 492-7409 Fax: (780) 492-7108 Dr. Eric Fortier 588 St. Joseph Boulevard Gatineau, QC J8Y 4A7 Tel: (819) 595-8966 Email: dr.ericfortier@bellnet.ca Dr. Jason Gallant 522 - 7th Street Suite 250 New Westminster, BC V3M 5T5 Tel: (604) 522-9871 Fax: (604) 522-9897 Email: vivaortho@hotmail.com Dr. Wui-Ching Gan Perth, WA AUSTRALIA 6153 Tel: 1.16189E+12

Dr. Donald Gilchrist Yorkeys Knob, Q AUSTRALIA Dr. Michael Goldstein 3883 Rutherford Road Suite B9 Woodbridge, ON L4L 9R8 Tel: (905) 856-9200 Fax: (905) 856-9201 Email: michael@davisortho.ca Dr. Janet Gordon Calgary, AB Dr. Chantale Grimard 3100 Avenue Bourg. Royal / Arr. Beauport Suite 150 Quebec, QC G1C 5S7 Tel: (418) 660-5409 Fax: (418) 660-8633 Dr. Helene Grubisa 1235 Trafalgar Road Suite 104 Oakville, ON L6H 0E9 Tel: (905) 257-7111 Fax: (905) 257-3511 Email: drgrubisa@sympatico.ca Dr. Earl Haltrecht 5 Fairview Mall Drive Suite 215 Willowdale, ON M2J 2Z1 Tel: (416) 491-1337 Fax: (416) 491-0330 Dr. Robert Hatheway 126 Brunswick Street Fredericton, NB E3B 1G6 Tel: (506) 455-9775 Fax: (506) 454-0742 Email: drbob@coolsmiles.ca Dr. Robert Hazelton 40 Peel Centre Drive Suite 209 Bramalea, ON L6T 4B4 Tel: (905) 791-1648 Fax: (905) 791-7670 Dr. Andrea Heckler Toronto, ON Dr. Maxine Herbert 10126 - 120 Avenue Suite 204 Grande Prairie, AB T8Y 8H9 Tel: (780) 532-7511 Fax: (780) 538-9768

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Delegate Roster - Doctors Dr. Kimberly Hodder 657 West 7th Avenue Suite 203 Vancouver, BC V5Z 1B6 Tel: (778) 887-1387 Dr. Ivan Hucal 3020 - 22nd Street Suite 500 Red Deer, AB T4R 3J5 Tel: (403) 358-3330 Email: dr2thmvr@hotmail.com Dr. John Huynh 4935 - 40 Avenue NW Suite 124 Calgary, AB T3A 2N1 Tel: (403) 284-5202 Fax: (403) 284-5203 Dr. Fernando Inocencio UWO, 1014 Dental Sciences Building London, ON N6A 5C1 Tel: (519) 661-4067 Fax: (519) 661-3713 Email: finocenc@uwo.ca Dr. Lawrence Jackman Corner Brook, NL Dr. Robin Jackson 6180 Bundell Road Suite 210 Richmond, BC V7C 4W7 Tel: (604) 271-7620 Fax: (604) 271-5898 Dr. John Jenkins 185 St. Clair Avenue West Toronto, ON M4V 1P7 Tel: (416) 922-8888 Dr. Stanley Kagetsu 310 Byron Street South Suite 1 Whitby, ON L1N 4P8 Tel: (905) 668-4344 Fax: (905) 668-4914 Email: stan@fangandthegang.com Dr. Neel Kaipatur Edmonton, AB Dr. Lorne Kamelchuk 4935 - 40 Avenue NW Suite 124 Calgary, AB T3A 2N1 Tel: (403) 284-5202 Fax: (403) 284-5203 Email: gco.officemanager@telus.net CAO Scientific Session • 2008

Dr. Aly Kanani 10203 - 152A Street Surrey, BC V3R 4H6 Tel: (604) 589-2212 Fax: (604) 677-5571 Email: draly@guildfordorthodontics.com Dr. Nicholas Karaiskos 5524 Manotick Main Street PO Box 537 Manotick, ON K4M 1A5 Tel: (613) 692-4555 Fax: (613) 692-5185 Email: drnick@drnickortho.com Dr. Darrel Kemp 8180 - 11 Street SE Suite 812 Calgary, AB T2H 3B5 Tel: (403) 250-3339 Fax: (403) 291-3312 Email: darrel@drkemp.ca

Dr. Mike Kersey 3117 - 32nd Street Vernon, BC V1T 5M6 Tel: (250) 542-4118 Dr. Pablo Kimos 4025 Yonge Street Suite 211 Toronto, ON M2P 2E3 Tel: (416) 222-3223 Fax: (416) 222-1259 Email: pkimos@on.aibn.com Dr. Bill King Vancouver, BC V3R 7L2 Tel: (604) 261-8168 Fax: (604) 261-8383 Email: office@vancouverorthodontist.com Dr. Keith King 1036 - 7th Street SW Suite 2 Medicine Hat, AB T1A 8V7 Tel: (403) 526-8900 Fax: (403) 526-8903 Email: info@drkeithking.com

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September 10-12, 2009 Delta Grand Okanagan Resort and Conference Centre, Kelowna, BC

CAO 61st Annual Scientific Session Delegate Roster - Doctors Dr. Bob Kinniburgh 42 Panatella Boulveard NW Calgary, AB T3K 6K7 Tel: (403) 226-1991 Fax: (403) 717-0491 Email: drbob@ncortho.ca

Dr. Mark Lawrence 940 Island Highway Suite 200 Campbell River, BC V9W 2C3 Tel: (250) 286-6322 Email: drortho@island.net

Dr. Ritchie Mah 4603 Kingsway Suite 202 Burnaby, BC V5H 4M4 Tel: (604) 434-8887 Fax: (604) 434-8844

Dr. Mo Korayem 10149 Saskatchewan Drive Suite 1706 Edmonton, AB T6E 6B6 Tel: (780) 938-8498

Dr. Ga Eun Lee New York, NY USA

Dr. Anthony Mair 300 Borough Drive Suite 36A Toronto, ON M1P 4P5 Tel: (416) 283-6476 Fax: (416) 283-6543 Email: drmair@worldofsmiles.com

Dr. Seng Kwong 42 Fraser Road Applecross, WA AUSTRALIA 6153 Tel: 1.16189E+12 Dr. Martin Lack 45820 Wellington Avenue Suite 203 Chilliwack, BC V2P 2C9 Tel: (604) 792-5722 Fax: (604) 792-5725 Email: drlackortho@shawlink.ca Dr. Manuel Lagravere University of Alberta 4048 Dentistry/Pharmacy Centre Edmonton, AB T6G 2N8 Tel: (780) 492-4469 Email: manuel@ualberta.ca Dr. Hugh Lamont 1964 Fort Street Suite 224 Victoria, BC V8R 6R3 Tel: (250) 595-4341 Fax: (250) 595-2962 Dr. Sonia Lapointe 1077 Chemin de Saint-Jean La Prairie, QC J5R 2L6 Tel: (450) 444-3786 Email: sonia.lapointe@lesorthos.ca Dr. Brian Laski 74 Snowdon Avenue Toronto, ON M4N 2A9 Tel: (416) 483-2587 Email: brian.laski@utoronto.ca Dr. Sol Laski 5762 Highway 7 Suite 215 Markham, ON L3P 1A8 Tel: (905) 294-0995 Fax: (905) 294-0080 Email: drslaski@rogers.com

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Dr. Hermann Lee 2077 Pembina Highway Suite 20 Winnipeg, MB R3T 5J9 Tel: (204) 269-3232 Fax: (204) 275-8833 Dr. Sherri Leung London, ON Dr. Eileen Lo Winnipeg, MB Email: dr.lo.ortho@gmail.com Dr. Angelina Loo 5687 Yew Street Suite 307 Vancouver, BC V6K 2X4 Tel: (604) 261-8890 Email: drloo@bracedinbc.com Dr. Lenore Louie 11950 - 223rd Street Maple Ridge, BC V2X 5Y5 Tel: (604) 467-2229 Fax: (604) 467-2051 Email: info@mapleridgeortho.ca Dr. Robert Love 19978 - 72nd Avenue Suite 201 Langley, BC V2Y 1R7 Tel: (604) 533-6696 Fax: (604) 677-5571 Email: orthobob@shaw.ca Dr. Nghe Luu Edmonton, AB Dr. Anthony MacIsaac Box 8400 Cold Lake, AB T9M 1N2 Tel: (780) 639-4000 Fax: (780) 639-4013 Dr. Ed Mah 4619 East Hastings Street Burnaby, BC V5C 2K6 Tel: (604) 678-8880 Email: drmah@norburnortho.com

Dr. Paul Major 2551 Hewes Way Edmonton, AB T6L 6W6 Tel: (780) 463-5141 Fax: (780) 461-3895 Email: major@ualberta.ca Dr. Amanda Maplethorp 11950 - 223rd Street Maple Ridge, BC V2X 5Y5 Tel: (604) 467-2229 Fax: (604) 467-2051 Email: info@mapleridgeortho.ca Dr. Ron Markey 1530 56th Street Suite 100 Delta, BC V4L 2A8 Tel: (604) 948-0114 Fax: (604) 948-0145 Email: drmarkey@telus.net Dr. Ramon Marti 594 Broadway Street Tillsonburg, ON N4G 5K9 Tel: (519) 688-6342 Fax: (519) 688-7684 Dr. Farah Mawani 4980 Kingsway Avenue Suite 501 Burnaby, BC V5H 4K7 Tel: (604) 434-9060 Dr. Bruce McFarlane 1190 Taylor Avenue Suite 2 Winnipeg, MB R3M 3Z4 Tel: (204) 947-1825 Email: drbruce@drmcfarlane.com Dr. Tom McIntyre 9 Bradford Street Barrie, ON L4M 3A6 Tel: (705) 737-5180

CAO Scientific Session â&#x20AC;˘ 2009


September 10-12, 2009 Delta Grand Okanagan Resort and Conference Centre, Kelowna, BC

CAO 61st Annual Scientific Session

Delegate Roster - Doctors Dr. Cynthia McNeill 8 Rowan Street Terrace on the Square, Level 1 St. John's, NL A1B 2X1 Tel: (709) 739-5700 Fax: (709) 739-5712 Dr. Ron McWade 308 Palladium Drive Suite 205 Kanata, ON K2V 1A1 Tel: (613) 592-7679 Fax: (613) 592-7680 Dr. Tarun Mehra 11012 Macleod Trail South Suite 108 Calgary, AB T2J 6A5 Tel: (403) 278-0622 Fax: (403) 271-9257 Email: tm01@telus.net Dr. Jim Mergaert 9509 - 156 Street Suite 312 Edmonton, AB T5P 4J5 Tel: (780) 484-0437 Fax: (780) 483-2752 Email: mcortho@telus.net Dr. Angelos Metaxas 2200 Yonge Street Suite 1003 Toronto, ON M4S 2C6 Tel: (416) 482-4564 Fax: (416) 482-0323 Email: angelos.metaxas@utoronto.ca Dr. Louis Metzner 100 Park Royal Suite 109 West Vancouver, BC V7T 1K5 Tel: (604) 922-3322 Email: lou@drmetznerortho.com Dr. Paul Milne 1317 Exmouth Street Sarnia, ON N7S 3Y1 Tel: (519) 542-1447 Fax: (519) 542-2789 Dr. Cliff Moore 1619 Pandosy Street Kelowna, BC V1Y 1P6 Tel: (250) 860-9676 Fax: (250) 860-9668 Email: mooresmiles@shaw.ca CAO Scientific Session â&#x20AC;˘ 2008

Dr. Todd Moore 650 West 41st Avenue Suite 200 Vancouver, BC V5Z 2M9 Tel: (604) 263-2727 Email: tmoore2006@dents.uwo.ca Dr. Marie-Helene Moreau 7375 Beaubien Est Suite A Anjou, QC H1M 3R5 Tel: (514) 352-7060 Fax: (514) 351-1452 Dr. Amani Morra 2655 King George Highway Suite 110 South Surrey, BC V4P 1H7 Tel: (604) 542-8552 Dr. Bill Mulgrew 1890 Cooper Road Suite 315 Kelowna, BC V1W 3A7 Tel: (250) 860-3111 Fax: (250) 860-3124 Dr. James Noble 75 The Donway West Suite 414 Don Mills, ON M3C 2E9 Tel: (416) 447-1515 Email: drjamesnoble@gmail.com Dr. Rick Odegaard 275 Lansdowne Street Suite 500 Kamloops, BC V2C 1X8 Tel: (250) 374-0990 Fax: (250) 374-3722 Email: dr.odegaard@shawcable.com Dr. Gordie Organ 3115 Glen Erin Drive Suite 2 Mississauga, ON L5L 1J3 Tel: (905) 828-2426 Fax: (905) 828-2427 Email: drgordieorgan@sympatico.ca Dr. Sonia Palleck 630 Dundas Street Woodstock, ON N4S 1E2 Tel: (519) 533-0303 Fax: (519) 533-0413 Email: info@palleckorthodontics.com Dr. Reijo Peltoniemi Thunder Bay, ON P7B 1H3 Tel: (807) 345-2568 Fax: (807) 345-3168

Dr. Glenn Perrin 1000 Main Street Penticton, BC V2A 5E5 Tel: (250) 493-4118 Fax: (250) 490-4848 Dr. Jay Philippson 177 Fourth Street Suite 1 Duncan, BC V9L 5J8 Tel: (250) 748-3123 Fax: (250) 748-7717 Dr. Paul Pocock 224 West Esplanade Suite 600 North Vancouver, BC V7M 1A4 Tel: (604) 983-3132 Email: paul@smilesbypocock.com Dr. Derek Pollard Winnipeg, MB Dr. Daniel Pollit 5 Fairview Mall Drive Suite 215 Toronto, ON M2J 2Z1 Tel: (416) 491-1337 Dr. Marie-Claude Poulin 3100 Avenue Bourg. Royal / Arr. Beauport Suite 150 Quebec, QC G1C 5S7 Tel: (418) 660-5409 Fax: (418) 660-8633 Dr. Mark Pus 720 King Street East Kitchener, ON N2G 2M5 Tel: (519) 745-8441 Dr. Roy Queen 321 Nicola Street Suite 403 Kamloops, BC V2C 6G6 Tel: (250) 374-7131 Fax: (250) 374-4648 Email: mail@drqueen.com Dr. Claude Remise Orthodontie, Fac Medicine Dentaire U de Montreal, pav Roger-Gaudry CP 6128 Succ Centre-Ville, Bureau A-106 Montreal, QC H3C 3J7 Tel: (514) 343-7133 Fax: (514) 270-3278 Email: claude.remise@umontreal.ca Dr. Ross Remmer 3502 Taylor Street East Suite 200 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5H9 Tel: (306) 955-3677 Fax: (306) 955-4788 41


September 10-12, 2009 Delta Grand Okanagan Resort and Conference Centre, Kelowna, BC

CAO 61st Annual Scientific Session Delegate Roster - Doctors Dr. Ted Schipper 126 Hurontario Street Suite 205 Collingwood, ON L9Y 2L8 Tel: (705) 444-1700 Fax: (705) 444-1762

Dr. Don Robertson Victoria, BC Email: mouthtraps@shaw.ca

Dr. Eric Selnes 1556 Dundas Street West Mississauga, ON L5C 1E4 Tel: (905) 615-0353 Email: str8smiles@sympatico.ca

Dr. Jonathan Suzuki 750 West Broadway Suite 1004 Vancouver, BC V5Z 1H9 Tel: (604) 879-7141 Fax: (604) 879-5155

Dr. Charity Siu 805 West Broadway Suite 1807 Vancouver, BC V5K 1Z1 Tel: (604) 872-6606 Fax: (604) 872-6606

Dr. Howard Tile 75 The Donway West Suite 414 Don Mills, ON M3C 2E9 Tel: (416) 449-4146 Email: smiles@bellnet.ca

Dr. Gerry Solomon 1849 Yonge Street Suite 816 Toronto, ON M4S 1Y2 Tel: (416) 486-1211 Fax: (416) 486-4369 Email: solomonstr8ner@rogers.com

Dr. Bryan Tompson Hospital for Sick Children Division of Orthodontics 555 University Avenue Toronto, ON M5G 1X8 Tel: (416) 813-4993 Fax: (416) 813-6375 Email: bryan.tompson@dentistry.utoronto.ca

Dr. Charles Rodrigue 2750 Chemin Ste-Foy Suite 208 Quebec, QC G1V 1V6 Tel: (418) 652-2424 Fax: (418) 652-9154 Email: drcharlesrodrigue@videotron.ca Dr. Wellington Rody 780 Bannatyne Avenue Suite D-341 Winnipeg, MB R3E 0W2 Tel: (204) 789-3211 Fax: (204) 977-5699 Email: rody@cc.umanitoba.ca Dr. Elli Roehm 1120 Grant Avenue Suite 239 Winnipeg, MB R3M 2A6 Tel: (204) 989-5650 Fax: (204) 989-5656 Dr. Vohn Rosang 9764 Fifth Street Suite 212 Sidney, BC V8L 2X2 Tel: (250) 655-7007 Fax: (250) 655-4763 Dr. Mark Rosenblatt Edmonton, AB Dr. Stephen Roth 255 Lacewood Drive Suite 100B Halifax, NS B3M 4G2 Tel: (902) 445-4225 Fax: (902) 445-4227 Dr. Shawn Russett 12913 - 140th Avenue Edmonton, AB T6V 0A3 Tel: (780) 456-1511 Dr. Di Ruud 17010 - 90 Avenue Suite 124 Edmonton, AB T5T 1L6 Tel: (780) 484-1511 Fax: (780) 481-4611

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Dr. Dan Sullivan 333 St. Mary Avenue Suite 84 Winnipeg, MB R3C 4A5 Tel: (204) 943-7573

Dr. Jean-Marc Retrouvey 16 Willowdale Avenue Montreal, QC H3T 1E9 Tel: (514) 739-2004 Fax: (514) 426-9403 Email: jean-marc.retrouvey@mcgill.ca

Dr. Gus Spillas 100 City Centre Drive Mississauga, ON L5B 2C9 Tel: (416) 270-7206 Dr. Brien Stackhouse 560 Main Street Saint John, NB E2K 1J5 Tel: (506) 633-0330 Email: bstackhouse@stackhouseortho.ca Dr. Gary Stauffer 529 - 5th Street South Lethbridge, AB T1J 2B9 Tel: (403) 327-6453 Dr. Alison Stefanuto London, ON Dr. Howard Steiman 20 Harwood Avenue South Suite 4B Ajax, ON L1S 6N2 Tel: (905) 619-8883 Fax: (905) 619-8885 Email: straightsmile@sympatico.ca Dr. Jeff Stewart 1100 Harvey Avenue Suite 102 Kelowna, BC V1Y 6E7 Tel: (250) 763-3312 Fax: (250) 763-3369 Email: kelownabraces@telus.net

Dr. Susan Tsang 1120 Grant Avenue Suite 239 Winnipeg, MB R3M 2A6 Tel: (204) 989-5650 Fax: (204) 989-5656 Dr. Perry Unruh 32926 - 7th Avenue Mission, BC V2V 2C6 Tel: (604) 826-6677 Dr. David Urban 1124 - 21st Avenue North Cranbrook, BC V1C 5L9 Tel: (250) 426-5772 Email: deurban@drdeurban.com Dr. Dana Van Elslande 10655 Southport Road SW Suite 290 Calgary, AB T2W 4Y1 Tel: (403) 278-3232 Fax: (403) 271-1454 Email: dana@smilezone.ca Dr. Mark Vukovich 584 Red River Road Suite 100 Thunder Bay, ON P7B 1H3 Tel: (807) 345-2569 Fax: (807) 345-3168

CAO Scientific Session â&#x20AC;˘ 2009


September 10-12, 2009 Delta Grand Okanagan Resort and Conference Centre, Kelowna, BC

CAO 61st Annual Scientific Session

Delegate Roster - Doctors Dr. Michael Wainwright 805 West Broadway Suite 1807 Vancouver, BC V5Z 1K1 Tel: (604) 872-6606 Fax: (604) 872-6605

Dr. Charlie Woods 6855 Meadowvale Town Centre Circle Mississauga, ON L5N 2Y1 Tel: (905) 821-3444 Fax: (905) 821-3850

Dr. Gerry Zeit 1560 Yonge Street Suite 260 Toronto, ON M4T 2S9 Tel: (416) 962-3800

Dr. JoAnne Walin 10655 Southport Road SW Suite 510 Calgary, AB T2W 4Y1 Tel: (403) 271-6830 Dr. Michele Wang 32450 Simon Avenue Suite 207 Abbotsford, BC V2T 4J2 Tel: (604) 854-5225 Fax: (604) 854-1670 Email: mw@mworthodontist.com Dr. J. D. Wilcox Kamloops, BC V2C 1X8 Tel: (250) 828-6208 Fax: (250) 374-3722 Email: dr.wilcox@shawcable.com Dr. Zach Williams London, ON Dr. Philip Williamson 1851 Sirocco Drive SW Suite 351 Calgary, AB T3H 4R5 Tel: (403) 512-8441 Email: drphil@telusplanet.net Dr. William Wiltshire 2025 Corydon Avenue, Tuxedo Park Suite 120 Winnipeg, MB R3P 0N5 Tel: (204) 488-0550 Fax: (204) 489-1785 Dr. Jay Winburn 1711 Kirkcaldy Drive Suite C6 Brandon, MB R7A 0B9 Tel: (204) 727-0401 Fax: (204) 727-9031 Email: jwinburn@prognition.com Dr. Matthew Witt Edmonton, AB Dr. Paul Witt 4906 Delta Street Suite 201 Delta (Ladner), BC V4K 2V2 Tel: (604) 946-9771 Email: paulw@radiantorthodontics.com

CAO Scientific Session â&#x20AC;˘ 2009

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September 10-12, 2009 Delta Grand Okanagan Resort and Conference Centre, Kelowna, BC

CAO 61st Annual Scientific Session

Delegate Roster - Auxiliaries Ms. Kim Acland Dr. Steve K. Davis Inc. 575 Main Street Suite 203 Penticton, BC V2A 5C6 Tel: (250) 492-6622 Fax: (250) 492-6644 Email: kim.skdavis@shawbiz.ca Ms. Nancy Adams Dr. Michael Kersey 3117 - 32nd Street Vernon, BC V1T 5M6 Tel: (250) 542-4118 Email: kerseyortho@uniserve.com Ms. Lyn Arikado Dr. Rick Odegaard Kamloops, BC V2C 1X8 Tel: (250) 374-8990 Fax: (250) 374-3722 Email: dr.odegaard@shawcable.com Ms. Janice Armstrong Cadman and Remmer Orthodontics 3502 Taylor Street East Suite 200 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5H9 Tel: (306) 955-3677 Fax: (306) 955-4788 Ms. Darcelle Aun Dr. Angelina Loo 5687 Yew Street Suite 307 Vancouver, BC V6K 2X4 Tel: (604) 261-8890 Email: darcelle@bracedinbc.com

Ms. Beata Barclay Guildford Orthodontic Centre 10203 - 152A Street Surrey, BC V3R 4H6 Tel: (604) 589-2212 Fax: (604) 677-5571 Email: draly@guildfordorthodontics.com

Ms. Joanne Blancard Dr. F. Amanda Maplethorp Inc. 11950 - 223rd Street Maple Ridge, BC V2X 5Y5 Tel: (604) 467-2229 Fax: (604) 467-2051 Email: info@mapleridgeortho.ca

Ms. Joanne Barnett Dr. Paul Witt - Radiant Orthodontics 4906 Delta Street Suite 201 Delta (Ladner), BC V4K 2V2 Tel: (604) 946-9771 Email: info@radiantorthodontics.com

Ms. Robyn Boase Yorkeys Knob, AUSTRALIA

Ms. Sabrina Barth Langley Orthodontics 19978 - 72nd Avenue Suite 201 Langley, BC V2Y 1R7 Tel: (604) 533-6696 Fax: (604) 677-5571 Email: orthobob@shaw.ca

Ms. Allie Bowyer Dr. Sonia Palleck 630 Dundas Street Woodstock, ON N4S 1E2 Tel: (519) 533-0303 Fax: (519) 533-0413 Email: info@palleckorthodontics.com

Ms. Britt Beadell Red Deer Orthodontics 4405 - 52nd Avenue Suite 1 Red Deer, AB T4N 6S4 Tel: (403) 340-8000 Fax: (403) 342-0201 Email: drbob@reddeerortho.com

Ms. Jodi Bradford-Chenier Herbert Orthodontics 10126 - 120 Avenue Suite 204 Grande Prairie, AB T8Y 8H9 Tel: (780) 532-7511 Fax: (780) 538-9768

Ms. Sheila Beath Dr. Robert Beath 33B West Street Goderich, ON N7A 2K5 Tel: (519) 524-7516

Ms. Adele Broadhurst Dr. Sonia Palleck 630 Dundas Street Woodstock, ON N4S 1E2 Tel: (519) 533-0303 Fax: (519) 533-0413 Email: info@palleckorthodontics.com

Ms. Janice Autet Cadman and Remmer Orthodontics 2685 - 2nd Avenue West Suite 17 Prince Albert, SK S6V 5E3 Tel: (306) 763-6353 Fax: (306) 763-7737

Ms. Colleen Belland Dr. J. D. Wilcox Kamloops, BC V2C 1X8 Tel: (250) 828-6208 Fax: (250) 374-3722 Email: dr.wilcox@shawcable.com

Ms. Joanne Badanai Reijo Peltoniemi Dentistry Professional Corp. 584 Red River Road Thunder Bay, ON P7B 1H3 Tel: (807) 345-2568

Ms. Donna Bergen Dr. J. D. Wilcox Kamloops, BC V2C 1X8 Tel: (250) 828-6208 Fax: (250) 374-3722 Email: dr.wilcox@shawcable.com

Ms. Bobbi Banting ACP Orthodontics 140 Meadowood Drive Suite 4A Winnipeg, MB R2M 5L8 Tel: (204) 253-1269 Fax: (204) 253-1307 Email: bobbi@acportho.com

Ms. Kerri Bidmead Dr. W.P. King & Dr. B.P. Hong 650 West 41st Avenue Suite 319, South Tower Vancouver, BC V5Z 2M9 Tel: (604) 261-8168 Fax: (604) 261-8383 Email: office@vancouverorthodontist.com

CAO Scientific Session â&#x20AC;˘ 2008

Ms. Belinda Bongard Dr. Earl Haltrecht 5 Fairview Mall Drive Suite 215 Willowdale, ON M2J 2Z1 Tel: (416) 491-1337 Fax: (416) 491-0330

Ms. Lisa Bukta Dr. Sonia Palleck 630 Dundas Street Woodstock, ON N4S 1E2 Tel: (519) 533-0303 Fax: (519) 533-0413 Email: info@palleckorthodontics.com Ms. Corinne Buller Dr. Michael Kersey 3117 - 32nd Street Vernon, BC V1T 5M6 Tel: (250) 542-4118 Email: kerseyortho@uniserve.com Ms. Laurel Cadman Cadman and Remmer Orthodontics 3502 Taylor Street East Suite 200 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5H9 Tel: (306) 955-3677 Fax: (306) 955-4788 45


September 10-12, 2009 Delta Grand Okanagan Resort and Conference Centre, Kelowna, BC

CAO 61st Annual Scientific Session Delegate Roster - Auxiliaries Ms. Nicole Cahill Guildford Orthodontic Centre 10203 - 152A Street Surrey, BC V3R 4H6 Tel: (604) 589-2212 Fax: (604) 677-5571 Email: draly@guildfordorthodontics.com Ms. Brenda Chambers Cadman and Remmer Orthodontics 3502 Taylor Street East Suite 200 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5H9 Tel: (306) 955-3677 Fax: (306) 955-4788 Ms. Marjorie Chanpong Dr. Angelina Loo 5687 Yew Street Suite 307 Vancouver, BC V6K 2X4 Tel: (604) 261-8890 Email: marjorie@bracedinbc.com Ms. Darlene Chimilar cityplace orthodontics 333 St. Mary Avenue Suite 84 Winnipeg, MB R3C 4A5 Tel: (204) 943-7573 Ms. Catherine Ciriani Langley Orthodontics 19978 - 72nd Avenue Suite 201 Langley, BC V2Y 1R7 Tel: (604) 533-6696 Fax: (604) 677-5571 Email: orthobob@shaw.ca Ms. Trisha Clarke Capital Orthodontics 50 Marketplace Avenue Unit 9 Ottawa, ON Tel: (613) 823-9899 Email: capital_ortho@hotmail.com Ms. Alanna Closs Dr. Steve K. Davis Inc. 575 Main Street Suite 203 Penticton, BC V2A 5C6 Tel: (250) 492-6622 Fax: (250) 492-6644 Email: alanna.skdavis@shawbiz.ca Ms. Donna Cook Dr. C.C. Smith 571 - 6th Street NE Suite 202 Salmon Arm, BC V1E 1R6 Tel: (250) 832-6558 46

Ms. Alvena Cooper Cadman and Remmer Orthodontics 3502 Taylor Street East Suite 200 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5H9 Tel: (306) 955-3677 Fax: (306) 955-4788 Ms. Starla Cooper Guildford Orthodontic Centre 10203 - 152A Street Surrey, BC V3R 4H6 Tel: (604) 589-2212 Fax: (604) 677-5571 Email: draly@guildfordorthodontics.com Ms. Karin Corbett Cadman and Remmer Orthodontics 3502 Taylor Street East Suite 200 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5H9 Tel: (306) 955-3677 Fax: (306) 955-4788 Ms. Tracey Coupal Dr. C. Moore Inc. 1619 Pandosy Street Kelowna, BC V1Y 1P6 Tel: (250) 860-9676 Fax: (250) 860-9668 Email: mooresmiles@shaw.ca Mr. Graeme Cram Red Deer Orthodontics 4405 - 52nd Avenue Suite 1 Red Deer, AB T4N 6S4 Tel: (403) 340-8000 Fax: (403) 342-0201 Email: drbob@reddeerortho.com Ms. Jane Cram Red Deer Orthodontics 4405 - 52nd Avenue Suite 1 Red Deer, AB T4N 6S4 Tel: (403) 340-8000 Fax: (403) 342-0201 Email: drbob@reddeerortho.com Ms. Lindsey Cram Red Deer Orthodontics 4405 - 52nd Avenue Suite 1 Red Deer, AB T4N 6S4 Tel: (403) 340-8000 Fax: (403) 342-0201 Email: drbob@reddeerortho.com

Mr. Michael Creighton cityplace orthodontics 333 St. Mary Avenue Suite 84 Winnipeg, MB R3C 4A5 Tel: (204) 943-7573 Ms. Karen Critchley Diane M. Ruud Orthodontic Associates 17010 - 90 Avenue Suite 124 Edmonton, AB T5T 1L6 Tel: (780) 484-1511 Fax: (780) 481-4611 Ms. Christine Crocker Guildford Orthodontic Centre 10203 - 152A Street Surrey, BC V3R 4H6 Tel: (604) 589-2212 Fax: (604) 677-5571 Email: draly@guildfordorthodontics.com Ms. Helen Cunningham cityplace orthodontics 333 St. Mary Avenue Suite 84 Winnipeg, MB R3C 4A5 Tel: (204) 943-7573 Ms. Pam Dafoe Langley Orthodontics 19978 - 72nd Avenue Suite 201 Langley, BC V2Y 1R7 Tel: (604) 533-6696 Fax: (604) 677-5571 Email: orthobob@shaw.ca Ms. Megan Daschuk Diane M. Ruud Orthodontic Associates 17010 - 90 Avenue Suite 124 Edmonton, AB T5T 1L6 Tel: (780) 484-1511 Fax: (780) 481-4611 Ms. Jordan de Burgh Whyte Dr. Michael Kersey 3117 - 32nd Street Vernon, BC V1T 5M6 Tel: (250) 542-4118 Email: kerseyortho@uniserve.com Ms. Carolyn De Jardine Dr. Mark E. Vukovich 584 Red River Road Suite 100 Thunder Bay, ON P7B 1H3 Tel: (807) 345-2569 Fax: (807) 345-3168 CAO Scientific Session â&#x20AC;˘ 2009


September 10-12, 2009 Delta Grand Okanagan Resort and Conference Centre, Kelowna, BC

CAO 61st Annual Scientific Session

Delegate Roster - Auxiliaries Ms. Leslie De Nure Dr. E. Haltrecht / D. Pollit 5 Fairview Mall Drive Suite 215 Willowdale, ON M2J 2Z1 Tel: (416) 491-1337 Fax: (416) 491-0330 Ms. Michelle Dearing Cadman and Remmer Orthodontics 2685 - 2nd Avenue West Suite 17 Prince Albert, SK S6V 5E3 Tel: (306) 763-6353 Fax: (306) 763-7737 Ms. Marjan Deller Dr. Murray Deller 85 Ferris Lane Suite 103 Barrie, ON L4M 6B9 Tel: (705) 728-1261 Fax: (705) 728-1262 Ms. Melissa Deller Dr. Murray Deller 85 Ferris Lane Suite 103 Barrie, ON L4M 6B9 Tel: (705) 728-1261 Fax: (705) 728-1262 Ms. Lesley Dick Dr. Michael Kersey 3117 - 32nd Street Vernon, BC V1T 5M6 Tel: (250) 542-4118 Email: kerseyortho@uniserve.com Ms. Allison Dobchuk Herbert Orthodontics 10126 - 120 Avenue Suite 204 Grande Prairie, AB T8Y 8H9 Tel: (780) 532-7511 Fax: (780) 538-9768 Ms. Debbie Dobler Langley Orthodontics 19978 - 72nd Avenue Suite 201 Langley, BC V2Y 1R7 Tel: (604) 533-6696 Fax: (604) 677-5571 Email: orthobob@shaw.ca Ms. Christina Doche Dr. Nicholas Karaiskos 5524 Manitock Main Street PO Box 537 Manotick, ON K4M 1A5 Tel: (613) 692-4555 Fax: (613) 692-5185 Email: drnick@drnickortho.com CAO Scientific Session â&#x20AC;˘ 2009

Ms. Debbie Doherty Greater Calgary Orthodontics 4935 - 40 Avenue NW Suite 124 Calgary, AB T3A 2N1 Tel: (403) 284-5202 Fax: (403) 284-5203 Email: gco.officemanager@telus.net

Ms. Myrna Ewing Diane M. Ruud Orthodontic Associates 17010 - 90 Avenue Suite 124 Edmonton, AB T5T 1L6 Tel: (780) 484-1511 Fax: (780) 481-4611

Ms. Kathy Dow Greater Calgary Orthodontics 4935 - 40 Avenue NW Suite 124 Calgary, AB T3A 2N1 Tel: (403) 284-5202 Fax: (403) 284-5203 Email: gco.officemanager@telus.net

Ms. Crystal Ferguson Cadman and Remmer Orthodontics 2685 - 2nd Avenue West Suite 17 Prince Albert, SK S6V 5E3 Tel: (306) 763-6353 Fax: (306) 763-7737

Ms. Chantelle Draper Cadman and Remmer Orthodontics 3502 Taylor Street East Suite 200 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5H9 Tel: (306) 955-3677 Fax: (306) 955-4788 Ms. Irene Dueckman Dr. Peter Dueckman Inc. 2001 McCallum Road Suite 203 Abbotsford, BC V2T 7Y3 Tel: (604) 854-3236 Fax: (604) 854-3230 Ms. Leona Duer Greater Calgary Orthodontics 4935 - 40 Avenue NW Suite 124 Calgary, AB T3A 2N1 Tel: (403) 284-5202 Fax: (403) 284-5203 Email: gco.officemanager@telus.net Ms. Stephanie Edmonstone Greater Calgary Orthodontics 4935 - 40 Avenue NW Suite 124 Calgary, AB T3A 2N1 Tel: (403) 284-5202 Fax: (403) 284-5203 Email: gco.officemanager@telus.net Ms. Diane Erichuk Dr. Rick Odegaard Kamloops, BC V2C 1X8 Tel: (250) 374-8990 Fax: (250) 374-3722 Email: dr.odegaard@shawcable.com

Ms. Sheila Flynn Dr. F. Amanda Maplethorp Inc. 11950 - 223rd Street Maple Ridge, BC V2X 5Y5 Tel: (604) 467-2229 Fax: (604) 467-2051 Email: info@mapleridgeortho.ca Ms. Tracy Frank Cadman and Remmer Orthodontics 3502 Taylor Street East Suite 200 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5H9 Tel: (306) 955-3677 Fax: (306) 955-4788 Ms. Sue Fraser Dr. Jay Philippson 177 Fourth Street Suite 1 Duncan, BC V9L 5J8 Tel: (250) 748-3123 Fax: (250) 748-7717 Ms. Tina Freigang Dr. W.P. King & Dr. B.P. Hong 650 West 41st Avenue Suite 319, South Tower Vancouver, BC V5Z 2M9 Tel: (604) 261-8168 Fax: (604) 261-8383 Email: office@vancouverorthodontist.com Ms. Laura Friesen University of Manitoba Faculty of Dentistry 790 Bannatyne Avenue Room 347A Winnipeg, MB R3E 0W2 Tel: (204) 789-3699 Fax: (204) 977-5699 47


September 10-12, 2009 Delta Grand Okanagan Resort and Conference Centre, Kelowna, BC

CAO 61st Annual Scientific Session Delegate Roster - Auxiliaries Ms. Melanie Giang Dr. Angelina Loo 5687 Yew Street Suite 307 Vancouver, BC V6K 2X4 Tel: (604) 261-8890 Email: melanie@bracedinbc.com

Ms. Debbie Harder Dr. F. Amanda Maplethorp Inc. 11950 - 223rd Street Maple Ridge, BC V2X 5Y5 Tel: (604) 467-2229 Fax: (604) 467-2051 Email: info@mapleridgeortho.ca

Ms. Carla Gil cityplace orthodontics 333 St. Mary Avenue Suite 84 Winnipeg, MB R3C 4A5 Tel: (204) 943-7573

Ms. Jazz Hart Dr. J. D. Wilcox Kamloops, BC V2C 1X8 Tel: (250) 828-6208 Fax: (250) 374-3722 Email: dr.wilcox@shawcable.com

Ms. Lidia Godard Dr. J. D. Wilcox Kamloops, BC V2C 1X8 Tel: (250) 828-6208 Fax: (250) 374-3722 Email: dr.wilcox@shawcable.com Ms. Lynn Gurberg Herbert Orthodontics 10126 - 120 Avenue Suite 204 Grande Prairie, AB T8Y 8H9 Tel: (780) 532-7511 Fax: (780) 538-9768 Ms. Valerie Hall Red Deer Orthodontics 4405 - 52nd Avenue Suite 1 Red Deer, AB T4N 6S4 Tel: (403) 340-8000 Fax: (403) 342-0201 Email: drbob@reddeerortho.com Ms. Michelle Hampson Diane M. Ruud Orthodontic Associates 17010 - 90 Avenue Suite 124 Edmonton, AB T5T 1L6 Tel: (780) 484-1511 Fax: (780) 481-4611 Ms. Marjorie Hansen Dr. F. Amanda Maplethorp Inc. 11950 - 223rd Street Maple Ridge, BC V2X 5Y5 Tel: (604) 467-2229 Fax: (604) 467-2051 Email: info@mapleridgeortho.ca Ms. Sue Hanson Dr. Rick Odegaard Kamloops, BC V2C 1X8 Tel: (250) 374-8990 Fax: (250) 374-3722 Email: dr.odegaard@shawcable.com 48

Mr. Jordan Haworth Greater Calgary Orthodontics 4935 - 40 Avenue NW Suite 124 Calgary, AB T3A 2N1 Tel: (403) 284-5202 Fax: (403) 284-5203 Email: gco.officemanager@telus.net Ms. Tami Hedden Dr. Michael Kersey 3117 - 32nd Street Vernon, BC V1T 5M6 Tel: (250) 542-4118 Email: kerseyortho@uniserve.com Ms. Rita Hegerat Diane M. Ruud Orthodontic Associates 17010 - 90 Avenue Suite 124 Edmonton, AB T5T 1L6 Tel: (780) 484-1511 Fax: (780) 481-4611 Ms. Melinda Ho Dr. Edward Mah Inc. Vancouver, BC Ms. Florence Hoermann Herbert Orthodontics 10126 - 120 Avenue Suite 204 Grande Prairie, AB T8Y 8H9 Tel: (780) 532-7511 Fax: (780) 538-9768 Ms. Ashley Hofer Greater Calgary Orthodontics 4935 - 40 Avenue NW Suite 124 Calgary, AB T3A 2N1 Tel: (403) 284-5202 Fax: (403) 284-5203 Email: gco.officemanager@telus.net

Ms. Tessa Hrechka Diane M. Ruud Orthodontic Associates 17010 - 90 Avenue Suite 124 Edmonton, AB T5T 1L6 Tel: (780) 484-1511 Fax: (780) 481-4611 Ms. Rhonda Hunter Cadman and Remmer Orthodontics 3502 Taylor Street East Suite 200 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5H9 Tel: (306) 955-3677 Fax: (306) 955-4788 Ms. Jolene Hutchinson Dr. Roy Queen 321 Nicola Street Suite 403 Kamloops, BC V2C 6G6 Tel: (250) 374-7131 Fax: (250) 374-4648 Email: mail@drqueen.com Mr. Kris Hyland-Sandover Langley Orthodontics 19978 - 72nd Avenue Suite 201 Langley, BC V2Y 1R7 Tel: (604) 533-6696 Fax: (604) 677-5571 Email: orthobob@shaw.ca Ms. Mandy Ingram Dr. Sonia Palleck 630 Dundas Street Woodstock, ON N4S 1E2 Tel: (519) 533-0303 Fax: (519) 533-0413 Email: info@palleckorthodontics.com Ms. Sheila Jackman Corner Brook, NL Ms. Dianne Johnson Dr. Martin Lack 45820 Wellington Avenue Suite 203 Chilliwack, BC V2P 2C9 Tel: (604) 792-5722 Fax: (604) 792-5725 Email: drlackortho@shawlink.ca Ms. Andrea Johnston Dr. Sonia Palleck 630 Dundas Street Woodstock, ON N4S 1E2 Tel: (519) 533-0303 Fax: (519) 533-0413 Email: info@palleckorthodontics.com CAO Scientific Session â&#x20AC;˘ 2009


September 10-12, 2009 Delta Grand Okanagan Resort and Conference Centre, Kelowna, BC

CAO 61st Annual Scientific Session

Delegate Roster - Auxiliaries Ms. Christi Jones Dr. Kathryn J. Bibby Inc. 310 Hall Street Nelson, BC V1L 1Y8 Tel: (250) 354-4354 Fax: (250) 354-4088 Email: info@drbibby.com

Ms. Amanda Kiefer Greater Calgary Orthodontics 4935 - 40 Avenue NW Suite 124 Calgary, AB T3A 2N1 Tel: (403) 284-5202 Fax: (403) 284-5203 Email: gco.officemanager@telus.net

Ms. Stacey Lampreau Dr. Roy Queen 321 Nicola Street Suite 403 Kamloops, BC V2C 6G6 Tel: (250) 374-7131 Fax: (250) 374-4648 Email: mail@drqueen.com

Ms. Denise Jones Cadman and Remmer Orthodontics 2685 - 2nd Avenue West Suite 17 Prince Albert, SK S6V 5E3 Tel: (306) 763-6353 Fax: (306) 763-7737

Ms. Sandra Kisch Herbert Orthodontics 10126 - 120 Avenue Suite 204 Grande Prairie, AB T8Y 8H9 Tel: (780) 532-7511 Fax: (780) 538-9768

Ms. Bette Joyce Dr. W.P. King & Dr. B.P. Hong 650 West 41st Avenue Suite 319, South Tower Vancouver, BC V5Z 2M9 Tel: (604) 261-8168 Fax: (604) 261-8383 Email: office@vancouverorthodontist.com

Ms. Florence Knee Greater Calgary Orthodontics 4935 - 40 Avenue NW Suite 124 Calgary, AB T3A 2N1 Tel: (403) 284-5202 Fax: (403) 284-5203 Email: gco.officemanager@telus.net

Ms. Kathy Langlois Diane M. Ruud Orthodontic Associates 17010 - 90 Avenue Suite 124 Edmonton, AB T5T 1L6 Tel: (780) 484-1511 Fax: (780) 481-4611 Email: kathy@ruudortho.com

Ms. Neela Kati ACP Orthodontics 140 Meadowood Drive Suite 4A Winnipeg, MB R2M 5L8 Tel: (204) 253-1269 Fax: (204) 253-1307 Email: neela@acportho.com

Ms. Susanna Ko Dr. Angelina Loo 5687 Yew Street Suite 307 Vancouver, BC V6K 2X4 Tel: (604) 261-8890 Email: susanna@bracedinbc.com

Ms. Margaret Kerssens Dr. Rick Odegaard Kamloops, BC V2C 1X8 Tel: (250) 374-8990 Fax: (250) 374-3722 Email: dr.odegaard@shawcable.com

Ms. Luci Kurceba Greater Calgary Orthodontics 4935 - 40 Avenue NW Suite 124 Calgary, AB T3A 2N1 Tel: (403) 284-5202 Fax: (403) 284-5203 Email: gco.officemanager@telus.net

Ms. Wendy Kester Dr. W.P. King & Dr. B.P. Hong 650 West 41st Avenue Suite 319, South Tower Vancouver, BC V5Z 2M9 Tel: (604) 261-8168 Fax: (604) 261-8383 Email: office@vancouverorthodontist.com

Ms. Dawna Lachance Dr. W.P. King & Dr. B.P. Hong 650 West 41st Avenue Suite 319, South Tower Vancouver, BC V5Z 2M9 Tel: (604) 261-8168 Fax: (604) 261-8383 Email: office@vancouverorthodontist.com

Ms. Shama Khalil Guildford Orthodontic Centre 10203 - 152A Street Surrey, BC V3R 4H6 Tel: (604) 589-2212 Fax: (604) 677-5571 Email: draly@guildfordorthodontics.com

Ms. Theresa Lam Dr. W.P. King & Dr. B.P. Hong 650 West 41st Avenue Suite 319, South Tower Vancouver, BC V5Z 2M9 Tel: (604) 261-8168 Fax: (604) 261-8383 Email: office@vancouverorthodontist.com

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Ms. Sandra Large Dr. Jay Philippson 177 Fourth Street Suite 1 Duncan, BC V9L 5J8 Tel: (250) 748-3123 Fax: (250) 748-7717 Ms. Donna Latimer Dr. I. K. (Keith) Corbett Inc. 3671 Walnut Drive Terrace, BC V8G 5G1 Tel: (250) 638-8170 Fax: (250) 635-9412 Ms. Ximena Leal Red Deer Orthodontics 4405 - 52nd Avenue Suite 1 Red Deer, AB T4N 6S4 Tel: (403) 340-8000 Fax: (403) 342-0201 Email: drbob@reddeerortho.com Ms. Monita Lee Dr. Hermann Lee 2077 Pembina Highway Suite 20 Winnipeg, MB R3T 5J9 Tel: (204) 269-3232 Fax: (204) 275-8833 Ms. Sue Leong Dr. Angelina Loo 5687 Yew Street Suite 307 Vancouver, BC V6K 2X4 Tel: (604) 261-8890 Email: sue@bracedinbc.com 49


September 10-12, 2009 Delta Grand Okanagan Resort and Conference Centre, Kelowna, BC

CAO 61st Annual Scientific Session Delegate Roster - Auxiliaries Ms. Suzanne Levitt cityplace orthodontics 333 St. Mary Avenue Suite 84 Winnipeg, MB R3C 4A5 Tel: (204) 943-7573 Ms. Darlene Lozowchuk Cadman and Remmer Orthodontics 3502 Taylor Street East Suite 200 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5H9 Tel: (306) 955-3677 Fax: (306) 955-4788 Ms. Christine Lucas Dr. Roy Queen 321 Nicola Street Suite 403 Kamloops, BC V2C 6G6 Tel: (250) 374-7131 Fax: (250) 374-4648 Email: mail@drqueen.com Ms. Maureen Lumbis Cadman and Remmer Orthodontics 3502 Taylor Street East Suite 200 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5H9 Tel: (306) 955-3677 Fax: (306) 955-4788 Ms. Liz Maluta Dr. Kathryn J. Bibby Inc. 310 Hall Street Nelson, BC V1L 1Y8 Tel: (250) 354-4354 Fax: (250) 354-4088 Email: info@drbibby.com Ms. Michelle Mann Dr. Roy Queen 321 Nicola Street Suite 403 Kamloops, BC V2C 6G6 Tel: (250) 374-7131 Fax: (250) 374-4648 Email: mail@drqueen.com Ms. Gail Marion Dr. Mark E. Vukovich 584 Red River Road Suite 100 Thunder Bay, ON P7B 1H3 Tel: (807) 345-2569 Fax: (807) 345-3168 Ms. Carrie Martin Dr. J. D. Wilcox Kamloops, BC V2C 1X8 Tel: (250) 828-6208 Fax: (250) 374-3722 Email: dr.wilcox@shawcable.com 50

Ms. Alice Marusak Dr. Angelina Loo 5687 Yew Street Suite 307 Vancouver, BC V6K 2X4 Tel: (604) 261-8890 Email: alice@bracedinbc.com

Ms. Jackie McKeever Dr. C. Moore Inc. 1619 Pandosy Street Kelowna, BC V1Y 1P6 Tel: (250) 860-9676 Fax: (250) 860-9668 Email: mooresmiles@shaw.ca

Ms. Anita Materi Dr. I. K. (Keith) Corbett Inc. Terrace, BC

Ms. Dawn Mckinney Dr. Angelina Loo 5687 Yew Street Suite 307 Vancouver, BC V6K 2X4 Tel: (604) 261-8890 Email: dawn@bracedinbc.com

Ms. Fiona Mathers Dr. Paul Witt - Radiant Orthodontics 4906 Delta Street Suite 201 Delta (Ladner), BC V4K 2V2 Tel: (604) 946-9771 Email: info@radiantorthodontics.com Ms. Elaine Maxwell Dr. C. Moore Inc. 1619 Pandosy Street Kelowna, BC V1Y 1P6 Tel: (250) 860-9676 Fax: (250) 860-9668 Email: mooresmiles@shaw.ca Ms. Darcy Mayert Cadman and Remmer Orthodontics 2685 - 2nd Avenue West Suite 17 Prince Albert, SK S6V 5E3 Tel: (306) 763-6353 Fax: (306) 763-7737 Ms. Treena Maylen Reijo Peltoniemi Dentistry Professional Corp. 584 Red River Road Suite 100 Thunder Bay, ON P7B 1H3 Tel: (807) 345-2568 Ms. Jodi McCutcheon Cadman and Remmer Orthodontics 2685 - 2nd Avenue West Suite 17 Prince Albert, SK S6V 5E3 Tel: (306) 763-6353 Fax: (306) 763-7737 Ms. Ann McIntyre Shanty Bay, ON Ms. Cindy McKay-Perry Herbert Orthodontics 10126 - 120 Avenue Suite 204 Grande Prairie, AB T8Y 8H9 Tel: (780) 532-7511 Fax: (780) 538-9768

Ms. Beth McKinnon Dr. Kathryn J. Bibby Inc. 310 Hall Street Nelson, BC V1L 1Y8 Tel: (250) 354-4354 Fax: (250) 354-4088 Email: info@drbibby.com Ms. Natalie Jane McLeod Dr. Mark E. Vukovich 584 Red River Road Suite 100 Thunder Bay, ON P7B 1H3 Tel: (807) 345-2569 Fax: (807) 345-3168 Ms. Jacqueline McReynolds Greater Calgary Orthodontics 4935 - 40 Avenue NW Suite 124 Calgary, AB T3A 2N1 Tel: (403) 284-5202 Fax: (403) 284-5203 Email: gco.officemanager@telus.net Ms. Ann McWhinnie Dr. Steve K. Davis Inc. 575 Main Street Suite 203 Penticton, BC V2A 5C6 Tel: (250) 492-6622 Fax: (250) 492-6644 Email: ann.skdavis@shawbiz.ca Ms. Vicki Metz Dr. Rick Odegaard Kamloops, BC V2C 1X8 Tel: (250) 374-8990 Fax: (250) 374-3722 Email: dr.odegaard@shawcable.com Ms. Tanya Mitchell Dr. Rick Odegaard Kamloops, BC V2C 1X8 Tel: (250) 374-8990 Fax: (250) 374-3722 Email: dr.odegaard@shawcable.com CAO Scientific Session â&#x20AC;˘ 2009


September 10-12, 2009 Delta Grand Okanagan Resort and Conference Centre, Kelowna, BC

CAO 61st Annual Scientific Session

Delegate Roster - Auxiliaries Ms. Kelly Moniuk Cadman and Remmer Orthodontics 2685 - 2nd Avenue West Suite 17 Prince Albert, SK S6V 5E3 Tel: (306) 763-6353 Fax: (306) 763-7737

Ms. Debra Moon Anthony MacIsaac Prof. Corp. Box 8400 Cold Lake, AB T9M 1N2 Tel: (780) 639-4000 Fax: (780) 639-4013 Email: dmoon@cl-ortho.com

Ms. Carol Moraes Dr. W.P. King & Dr. B.P. Hong 650 West 41st Avenue Suite 319, South Tower Vancouver, BC V5Z 2M9 Tel: (604) 261-8168 Fax: (604) 261-8383 Email: office@vancouverorthodontist.com

Ms. Christena Montgomery Dr. Kathryn J. Bibby Inc. 310 Hall Street Nelson, BC V1L 1Y8 Tel: (250) 354-4354 Fax: (250) 354-4088 Email: info@drbibby.com

Ms. Daphne Moore Dr. C. Moore Inc. 1619 Pandosy Street Kelowna, BC V1Y 1P6 Tel: (250) 860-9676 Fax: (250) 860-9668

Ms. Kimberley Neale Diane M. Ruud Orthodontic Associates 17010 - 90 Avenue Suite 124 Edmonton, AB T5T 1L6 Tel: (780) 484-1511 Fax: (780) 481-4611

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September 10-12, 2009 Delta Grand Okanagan Resort and Conference Centre, Kelowna, BC

CAO 61st Annual Scientific Session Delegate Roster - Auxiliaries Ms. Janet Newbery Greater Calgary Orthodontics 4935 - 40 Avenue NW Suite 124 Calgary, AB T3A 2N1 Tel: (403) 284-5202 Fax: (403) 284-5203 Email: gco.officemanager@telus.net Ms. Lynn Nix Dr. Tim Dumore & Team 2541 Portage Avenue Winnipeg, MB R3J 0P1 Tel: (204) 832-3910 Fax: (204) 837-3561 Email: lynn@drdumore.com Mr. Sean O'Brien Langley Orthodontics 19978 - 72nd Avenue Suite 201 Langley, BC V2Y 1R7 Tel: (604) 533-6696 Fax: (604) 677-5571 Email: orthobob@shaw.ca Ms. Kunthea Ouk North Burnaby Orthodontics 4619 East Hastings Street Burnaby, BC V5C 2K6 Tel: (604) 678-8880 Ms. Rhondel Palmer Diane M. Ruud Orthodontic Associates 17010 - 90 Avenue Suite 124 Edmonton, AB T5T 1L6 Tel: (780) 484-1511 Fax: (780) 481-4611 Ms. Linda Parker Langley Orthodontics 19978 - 72nd Avenue Suite 201 Langley, BC V2Y 1R7 Tel: (604) 533-6696 Fax: (604) 677-5571 Email: orthobob@shaw.ca Ms. Wendy Peacock Diane M. Ruud Orthodontic Associates 17010 - 90 Avenue Suite 124 Edmonton, AB T5T 1L6 Tel: (780) 484-1511 Fax: (780) 481-4611 52

Ms. Patricia Pelechosky Anthony MacIsaac Prof. Corp. Box 8400 Cold Lake, AB T9M 1N2 Tel: (780) 639-4000 Fax: (780) 639-4013 Ms. Karen Peterson Woods Dr. Michael Kersey 3117 - 32nd Street Vernon, BC V1T 5M6 Tel: (250) 542-4118 Email: kerseyortho@uniserve.com Ms. Heather Pfeiffer Ronald J. Cox Professional Corp. 9509 - 156 Street Suite 312 Edmonton, AB T5P 4J5 Tel: (780) 484-0437 Fax: (780) 483-2752 Email: mcortho@telus.net Ms. Elaine Posehn Cadman and Remmer Orthodontics 3502 Taylor Street East Suite 200 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5H9 Tel: (306) 955-3677 Fax: (306) 955-4788 Ms. Loretta Prevost Dr. C.C. Smith 571 - 6th Street NE Suite 202 Salmon Arm, BC V1E 1R6 Tel: (250) 832-6558 Ms. Mimi Prier Dr. Sonia Palleck 630 Dundas Street Woodstock, ON N4S 1E2 Tel: (519) 533-0303 Fax: (519) 533-0413 Email: info@palleckorthodontics.com Ms. Linda Rabidoux Dr. J. D. Wilcox Kamloops, BC V2C 1X8 Tel: (250) 828-6208 Fax: (250) 374-3722 Ms. Baljinder Rai Dr. Martin Lack 45820 Wellington Avenue Suite 203 Chilliwack, BC V2P 2C9 Tel: (604) 792-5722 Fax: (604) 792-5725 Email: drlackortho@shawlink.ca

Ms. Kathy Ravndahl-Becker Cadman and Remmer Orthodontics 2685 - 2nd Avenue West Suite 17 Prince Albert, SK S6V 5E3 Tel: (306) 763-6353 Fax: (306) 763-7737 Ms. Kathy Rayner Guildford Orthodontic Centre 10203 - 152A Street Surrey, BC V3R 4H6 Tel: (604) 589-2212 Fax: (604) 677-5571 Email: draly@guildfordorthodontics.com Ms. Leanne Reader Langley Orthodontics 19978 - 72nd Avenue Suite 201 Langley, BC V2Y 1R7 Tel: (604) 533-6696 Fax: (604) 677-5571 Email: orthobob@shaw.ca Ms. Janine Regnier Herbert Orthodontics 10126 - 120 Avenue Suite 204 Grande Prairie, AB T8Y 8H9 Tel: (780) 532-7511 Fax: (780) 538-9768 Ms. Francoise Remise Dr. Claude Remise Montreal, QC H2V 3B2 Tel: (514) 343-7133 Fax: (514) 270-3278 Ms. Tammie Richmond ACP Orthodontics 140 Meadowood Drive Suite 4A Winnipeg, MB R2M 5L8 Tel: (204) 253-1269 Fax: (204) 253-1307 Email: tammie@acportho.com Ms. Tracy Roxby Guildford Orthodontic Centre 10203 - 152A Street Surrey, BC V3R 4H6 Tel: (604) 589-2212 Fax: (604) 677-5571 Email: draly@guildfordorthodontics.com Ms. Anna Slazkiewicz Guildford Orthodontic Centre 10203 - 152A Street Surrey, BC V3R 4H6 Tel: (604) 589-2212 Fax: (604) 677-5571 Email: draly@guildfordorthodontics.com CAO Scientific Session â&#x20AC;˘ 2009


September 10-12, 2009 Delta Grand Okanagan Resort and Conference Centre, Kelowna, BC

CAO 61st Annual Scientific Session

Delegate Roster - Auxiliaries Ms. Joanna Schiavane Dr. Earl Haltrecht 5 Fairview Mall Drive Suite 215 Willowdale, ON M2J 2Z1 Tel: (416) 491-1337 Fax: (416) 491-0330 Ms. Terri Schipper Collingwood Orthodontics 126 Hurontario Street Suite 205 Collingwood, ON L9Y 2L8 Tel: (705) 444-1700 Fax: (705) 444-1762 Ms. Sylvia Seiler Guildford Orthodontic Centre 10203 - 152A Street Surrey, BC V3R 4H6 Tel: (604) 589-2212 Fax: (604) 677-5571 Email: draly@guildfordorthodontics.com Ms. Cynthia Serino Dr. Mark E. Vukovich 584 Red River Road Suite 100 Thunder Bay, ON P7B 1H3 Tel: (807) 345-2569 Fax: (807) 345-3168 Mr. John Sharun Dr. Rick Odegaard Kamloops, BC V2C 1X8 Tel: (250) 374-8990 Fax: (250) 374-3722 Email: dr.odegaard@shawcable.com Ms. Laura Sherman Dr. Sonia Palleck 630 Dundas Street Woodstock, ON N4S 1E2 Tel: (519) 533-0303 Fax: (519) 533-0413 Email: info@palleckorthodontics.com

Ms. Donna Skomorski ACP Orthodontics 140 Meadowood Drive Suite 4A Winnipeg, MB R2M 5L8 Tel: (204) 253-1269 Fax: (204) 253-1307 Email: donna@acportho.com Ms. Shannon Smart Dr. F. Amanda Maplethorp Inc. 11950 - 223rd Street Maple Ridge, BC V2X 5Y5 Tel: (604) 467-2229 Fax: (604) 467-2051 Email: info@mapleridgeortho.ca Ms. Shelley Smith Dr. J. D. Wilcox Kamloops, BC V2C 1X8 Tel: (250) 828-6208 Fax: (250) 374-3722 Ms. Sarah-May Snider Diane M. Ruud Orthodontic Associates 17010 - 90 Avenue Suite 124 Edmonton, AB T5T 1L6 Tel: (780) 484-1511 Fax: (780) 481-4611 Ms. Lisa Speers Dr. F. Amanda Maplethorp Inc. 11950 - 223rd Street Maple Ridge, BC V2X 5Y5 Tel: (604) 467-2229 Fax: (604) 467-2051 Email: info@mapleridgeortho.ca Ms. Lynne Spencer cityplace orthodontics 333 St. Mary Avenue Suite 84 Winnipeg, MB R3C 4A5 Tel: (204) 943-7573

Ms. Ashley Stewart Dr. Kathryn J. Bibby Inc. 310 Hall Street Nelson, BC V1L 1Y8 Tel: (250) 354-4354 Fax: (250) 354-4088 Email: info@drbibby.com Ms. Theresa Stewart Reijo Peltoniemi Dentistry Professional Corp. 584 Red River Road Suite 100 Thunder Bay, ON P7B 1H3 Tel: (807) 345-2568 Ms. Tammy Stoochnoff Dr. Kathryn J. Bibby Inc. 310 Hall Street Nelson, BC V1L 1Y8 Tel: (250) 354-4354 Fax: (250) 354-4088 Email: info@drbibby.com Ms. Rossanne Sutherland Dr. Paul Witt - Radiant Orthodontics 4906 Delta Street Suite 201 Delta (Ladner), BC V4K 2V2 Tel: (604) 946-9771 Email: info@radiantorthodontics.com Ms. Sherri Sutherland Guildford Orthodontic Centre 10203 - 152A Street Surrey, BC V3R 4H6 Tel: (604) 589-2212 Fax: (604) 677-5571 Email: draly@guildfordorthodontics.com Ms. Christina Tablan Dr. Paul Witt - Radiant Orthodontics 4906 Delta Street Suite 201 Delta (Ladner), BC V4K 2V2 Tel: (604) 946-9771 Email: info@radiantorthodontics.com

Ms. Ashley Sinclair Dr. Michele Wang Inc. 32450 Simon Avenue Suite 207 Abbotsford, BC V2T 4J2 Tel: (604) 854-5225 Fax: (604) 854-1670 Email: mw@mworthodontist.com

Ms. Margaret Steckler Cadman and Remmer Orthodontics 3502 Taylor Street East Suite 200 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5H9 Tel: (306) 955-3677 Fax: (306) 955-4788

Ms. Sandy Turner Dr. Angelina Loo 5687 Yew Street Suite 307 Vancouver, BC V6K 2X4 Tel: (604) 261-8890 Email: sandy@bracedinbc.com

Ms. Margo Sitek Herbert Orthodontics 10126 - 120 Avenue Suite 204 Grande Prairie, AB T8Y 8H9 Tel: (780) 532-7511 Fax: (780) 538-9768

Ms. Lisa Stern Dr. Earl Haltrecht / D. Pollit 5 Fairview Mall Drive Suite 215 Willowdale, ON M2J 2Z1 Tel: (416) 491-1337 Fax: (416) 491-0330

Ms. Erin Turpin Dr. Sonia Palleck 630 Dundas Street Woodstock, ON N4S 1E2 Tel: (519) 533-0303 Fax: (519) 533-0413 Email: info@palleckorthodontics.com

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September 10-12, 2009 Delta Grand Okanagan Resort and Conference Centre, Kelowna, BC

CAO 61st Annual Scientific Session Delegate Roster - Auxiliaries Ms. Brenda Van Der Holt Dr. Kathryn J. Bibby Inc. 310 Hall Street Nelson, BC V1L 1Y8 Tel: (250) 354-4354 Fax: (250) 354-4088 Email: info@drbibby.com Ms. Patty Vanneste Cadman and Remmer Orthodontics 3502 Taylor Street East Suite 200 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5H9 Tel: (306) 955-3677 Fax: (306) 955-4788 Ms. Melanie VanRietschoten Greater Calgary Orthodontics 4935 - 40 Avenue NW Suite 124 Calgary, AB T3A 2N1 Tel: (403) 284-5202 Fax: (403) 284-5203 Email: gco.officemanager@telus.net Ms. Barb Vincent-Woods Langley Orthodontics 19978 - 72nd Avenue Suite 201 Langley, BC V2Y 1R7 Tel: (604) 533-6696 Fax: (604) 677-5571 Email: orthobob@shaw.ca Ms. Doreen Volk Allan & Mulgrew Orthodontics 1890 Cooper Road Suite 315 Kelowna, BC V1W 3A7 Tel: (250) 860-3111 Fax: (250) 860-3124

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Ms. Dawn Wallace Dr. J. D. Wilcox Kamloops, BC V2C 1X8 Tel: (250) 828-6208 Fax: (250) 374-3722 Ms. Pam Wells Herbert Orthodontics 10126 - 120 Avenue Suite 204 Grande Prairie, AB T8Y 8H9 Tel: (780) 532-7511 Fax: (780) 538-9768 Ms. Sandy Welter Cadman and Remmer Orthodontics 2685 - 2nd Avenue West Suite 17 Prince Albert, SK S6V 5E3 Tel: (306) 763-6353 Fax: (306) 763-7737 Ms. T. Jean Williams Dr. J.S. Corbett 123 - 4th Avenue West, PO Box 1056 Suite 2 Cochrane, AB T4C 1B1 Tel: (403) 851-6500 Fax: (403) 851-6555 Ms. Wendy Williams Dr. Jay Philippson 177 Fourth Street Suite 1 Duncan, BC V9L 5J8 Tel: (250) 748-3123 Fax: (250) 748-7717

Ms. Angela Wong-Parsons Dr. W.P. King & Dr. B.P. Hong 650 West 41st Avenue Suite 319, South Tower Vancouver, BC V5Z 2M9 Tel: (604) 261-8168 Fax: (604) 261-8383 Email: office@vancouverorthodontist.com Ms. Margit Woods Dr. Charles A. Woods Dentistry Prof. Corp. 6855 Meadowvale Town Centre Circle Mississauga, ON L5N 2Y1 Tel: (905) 821-3444 Fax: (905) 821-3850 Ms. Lori Wright Dr. Jay Philippson 177 Fourth Street Suite 1 Duncan, BC V9L 5J8 Tel: (250) 748-3123 Fax: (250) 748-7717 Ms. Bernice Wudrick Cadman and Remmer Orthodontics 3502 Taylor Street East Suite 200 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5H9 Tel: (306) 955-3677 Fax: (306) 955-4788 Ms. Irene Wyshynski Cadman and Remmer Orthodontics 3502 Taylor Street East Suite 200 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5H9 Tel: (306) 955-3677 Fax: (306) 955-4788

CAO Scientific Session â&#x20AC;˘ 2009


September 10-12, 2009

CAO 61st Annual Scientific Session

Delta Grand Okanagan Resort and Conference Centre, Kelowna, BC

Hotel Floor Plan

Delta Grand Okanagan Resort and Conference Centre Floor Plan

To Rose’s Waterfront Pub and Coyote’s Restaurant

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Registration Foyer

Registration

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September 10-12, 2009 Delta Grand Okanagan Resort and Conference Centre, Kelowna, BC

CAO 61st Annual Scientific Session

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