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EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM BY TOPIC Customer Service Bynum, Ann Marie ....... 11 Dental Assisting Andrews, Nancy ....... 6,11 Henson, Niki................. 8 Pace-Brinker, Shannon . 8,14 Digital Photography Moore, Bill ................. 13 Pace-Brinker, Shannon .... 8 Disaster Preparedness Andrews, Nancy ............ 6 Cardoza, Anthony .......... 6

Forensics

Implants

Suturing

Cardoza, Anthony .......... 6

Tarnow, Dennis............ 14

Edwab, Robert ............. 15

Front Office

Infection Control

Technology

Banta, Lois ................... 6

Andrews, Nancy .......... 11

Christensen, Gordon ...... 7

Laser Dentistry

Flucke, John ............... 12

Bynum, Ann Marie ....... 11 Flucke, John ............... 12 Savage, Rhonda ............ 8 Valachi, Bethany .......... 14 Wall, Rachel.................. 9 General Interest Cardoza, Anthony .......... 6 Emily, Peter ................. 12 Joy, Milena ................. 12 Moore, Bill ................. 13 Weber, David ................ 9

Feuerstein, Paul ........... 17 Golan, Howard ........... 12 Marketing Devine, Brian ......... 11,12 Materials Christensen, Gordon ...... 7 New Dentists Cairns, Scott ................. 7 Oral Surgery

Equipment Christensen, Gordon ...... 7

Hands-on

Endodontics

Edwab, Robert ............. 15

Orthodontics

Karmali, Rahim....... 12,13

Fong, Cynthia ............ 15

Chase, Landy .............. 11

Maloney, Scott............. 13

Kohner, James............. 18

West, John ............ 16,18

Lambert, Douglas ........ 16

Daxon, Kimberley ... 15,18

Pace-Brinker, Shannon .. 16 Entire Dental Team Devine, Brian ......... 11,12 Frazer, Robert................ 7 Morano, Matt .............. 13

Schultz-Bailey, Joanne 15,18 West, John ............ 16,18 Willhite, Corky .............. 9

Edwab, Robert .......... 7,15

Pediatric Dentistry Camm, Eric ................ 11 Camm, Jeffrey............. 11 Periodontics Kan, Joseph .................. 8

Nash, David .......... 13,14

Hygiene

Savage, Rhonda .......... 14

Andrews, Nancy ............ 6

Weber, David ................ 9

Catley, Delwyn ........... 11

Woodburn, Bill .............. 7

Chandrasekaran, Sangeetha 7

Preventive Dentistry

Daxon, Kimberley ... 15,18

Andrews, Nancy ............ 6

Fong, Cynthia ........ 12,15

Chandrasekaran, Sangeetha . 7

Gurinsky, Brian ......... 7,12

Daxon, Kimberley ... 15,18

Huffines, Randy ........... 17

Johnson, Lonnie ............ 7

Johnson, Lonnie ............ 7

Miller, Kimberly ........... 17

McDowell, John ........... 13

Powell, Charles ............. 7

Miller, Kimberly ........... 17

Schultz-Bailey, Joanne 15,18

Powell, Charles ............. 7

Xenoudi, Pinelopi ........... 7

Ergonomics Valachi, Bethany ....... 8,14 Esthetic/Restorative Dentistry Barghi, Nasser .............. 6 Lambert, Douglas ... 13,16 Willhite, Corky .............. 9

Practice Management Wicker, Dan .................. 9

Ethics

Scheidt, Michael ....... 7,12

Nash, David .......... 13,14

Schultz-Bailey, Joanne15,18

Prosthodontics

Xenoudi, Pinelopi ........... 7

Christensen, Gordon ...... 7

Miller, Kimberly ........... 17 TMD Okeson, Jeffrey ............. 8 Treatment Planning Cranham, John ............. 9 Kois, John .................. 17 Veterinary Dentistry Emily, Peter ................. 12 GENERAL INFORMATION Affiliated Group Events . 21 Cancellation Policies ..... 23 Coat Check ................ 18 Convention Hours .......... 4 Convention Locations ..... 4 Continuing Education Credits 4 Expo Hall Information/Events.......... 21 Housing ....................... 4 Mountain West Dental Institute (MWDI) ..... 19,20 MWDI CE Calendar ...... 21 Opening Session ........... 4 Registration Deadlines .. 23 Registration Fees ......... 22 Registration Form......... 23 RMDC Friday Night Party . 2 Sponsors ....... Back Cover Substitution Policy ........ 23

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GENERAL INFORMATION

rmdconline.com CONVENTION LOCATION Colorado Convention Center Colorado Convention Center 700 14th Street Denver, CO 80202 Registration Lobby “D” Expo Hall “D”

Mountain West Dental Institute 925 Lincoln St., Unit B Denver, CO 80203 Selected hands-on courses

CONVENTION HOURS Opening Session Mr. David Weber Overcoming Life’s Goliaths and the Power of Vision Thursday, January 23 8:00am–9:00am EDUCATIONAL SEMINARS Thursday, January 23 9:30am–5:00pm Friday, January 24 8:30am–5:30pm Saturday, January 25 8:30am–4:30pm EXPO HALL Thursday, January 23 10:00am–5:30pm Friday, January 24 10:00am–5:30pm Saturday, January 25 10:00am–2:00pm ON-SITE REGISTRATION Thursday, January 23 7:15am–5:00pm Friday, January 24 7:15am–5:00pm Saturday, January 25 7:15am–12:00pm

HOUSING Reservation deadline is January 2, 2014 (After this date, reservations will be made on a space-available basis.) To make your hotel reservations, use one of the following methods: Online:

Book online on the convention website at rmdconline.com, under General Info/Hotel Information

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Housing Bureau – RMDC * 1555 California Street, #300 Denver, Colorado 80202-4264

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All hotel reservations must be made through the Housing Bureau. All hotel reservations require a credit card. Your reservation will not be processed without a credit card. The Hotel may charge the credit card for a one night room and tax deposit but not until early January. Reservations will be acknowledged by the Housing Bureau via EMAIL ONLY within 5-7 days of the reservation being received. Reservations are assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis based on availability. Cancellations made after December 26, 2013 will incur a $25 fee regardless of when the initial room request was received. Changes and cancellations prior to January 16, 2014 must be made online or by contacting the Housing Bureau. After January 16, 2014 the hotel must be contacted directly to change or cancel your reservation. CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT The Metropolitan Denver Dental Society is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry. Concerns or complaints about a CE provider may be directed to the provider or to ADA CERP at www.ada.org/cerp. MDDS designates this activity for a maximum of 18 continuing education credits. Please note: the number of CE credits are listed for each course. In addition, MDDS credits are approved by the AGD for Fellowship and Mastership credit. Continuing education courses may not apply toward license renewal/CE requirements in all states. It is the responsibility of each attendee to verify the requirements of his/her licensing board or the organization to which he/she must submit proof of continuing education. Please check with your state board or other applicable organization if you have questions.

OPENING SESSION

THUR.1.23.14

Overcoming Life’s Goliaths and the Power of Vision: The Ultimate in Inspiration & Pure Motivation We all have “Goliaths”– barriers, obstacles and challenges that, in these difficult times, try to hold us down or keep us back from achieving our goals. Come hear one of our country's funniest and most sought after motivational speakers share the secrets of how we can overcome them. While everyone has heard the story of David & Goliath, very few realize the incredible, practical applications and life lessons it offers for dealing with challenges today. It's the secret that all great leaders have known and practiced...and you will never forget it!

Featuring Mr. David Weber Thursday, January 23 8:00am-9:00am Colorado Convention Center Four Seasons Ballroom

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Mr. David Weber is an internationally recognized speaker, with a track record of success. He is an honors graduate from Mercer University with a B.A. in Communications. He simultaneously captained the university's NCAA Division I soccer and volleyball teams for three years and received All-Conference honors in both sports. As a Sales Representative for Motorola, Dave received over fifteen outstanding sales awards, including the prestigious "Top 10" award each year. In 1987, he started his own speaking and training firm. His high-energy and fun entertaining style quickly made him a highly sought after speaker. Mark Victor Hansen, noted author and co-creator of #1 New York Times best selling series Chicken Soup of the Soul® says of Dave: "Dave is a young super-star. He wows his audience to think and take action now. I predict he will become one of the top ten speakers of our time."


SCHEDULE AT A GLANCE Thursday, January 23, 2014

COURSES 8:00am-9:00am OPENING SESSION: Overcoming Life’s Goliaths and the Power of Vision: The Ultimate in Inspiration & Pure Motivation Mr. David Weber 8:00am-9:00am

9:30am-12:30pm Hygiene Fast Track: Emerging Diseases Hit List Ms. Nancy Andrews 9:30am-10:30am

Hygiene Fast Track: HPV Related Lesions Ms. Nancy Andrews 10:30am-11:30am

Hygiene Fast Track: Disaster Preparedness Ms. Nancy Andrews 11:30am-12:30pm

Total Team Concept for Effective Scheduling/High Impact Communication Ms. Lois Banta 9:30am-12:30pm

The Clinical Applications of All Ceramic Restorations: Part 1 Dr. Nassar Barghi 9:30am-12:30pm

Three Secrets a New Dentist Must Know, Technology…Choices… Relationships Dr. Scott Cairns 9:30am-12:30pm

Dispelling the "CSI Effect" Myth, An Overview of Contemporary Forensic Dentistry Dr. Anthony Cardoza 9:30am-12:30pm

Emotional Intelligence Dr. Robert Frazer Mr. Bill Woodburn 9:30am-12:30pm

INventory: Controlling Assets and Efficiencies Ms. Niki Henson 9:30am-12:30pm

Periodontist Specialist Lecture: Predictable Anterior Implant Esthetics: The Perio-OrthoRestorative Connection: Part 1 Dr. Joseph Kan 9:30am-12:30pm

An Update on the Clinical Management of Temporomandibular Disorders: Part 1 Dr. Jeffrey Okeson 9:30am-12:30pm

The Art of Clinical Photography: Session 1 Ms. Shannon Pace-Brinker 9:30am-12:30pm

The "Savage" Front Desk: An Entire Team Approach!: Part 1 Dr. Rhonda Savage 9:30am-12:30pm

Demystifying Pain Among Women in Dentistry: Essential Ergonomic & Wellness Guidelines: Session 1 Ms. Bethany Valachi 9:30am-12:30pm

The 10 Things You MUST Do to Tap into Hygiene Profits Ms. Rachel Wall 9:30am-12:30pm

Evidence Based Decision Making for the Dental Hygienist: Session 2 (Repeat) Dr. Sangeetha Chandrasekaran Dr. Lonnie Johnson Dr. Charles Powell Dr. Pinelopi Xenoudi 2:00pm-5:00pm

The Christensen Bottom Line: Part 2 Dr. Gordon Christensen 1:30pm-4:30pm

The Christensen Bottom Line: Part 1 Dr. Gordon Christensen 9:30am-12:00pm

Oral Surgery Seminar: Part 1 Dr. Robert Edwab 9:30am-12:30pm

Playing the Insurance and Accounts Receivables Game…Your Way/ Insurance Strategies That Work Ms. Lois Banta 2:00pm-5:00pm

The Clinical Applications of All Ceramic Restorations: Part 2 Dr. Nassar Barghi 2:00pm-5:00pm

Dentistry's Role in a Bioterrorism/ Mass Disaster Scenario Dr. Anthony Cardoza 2:00pm-5:00pm

I’m Spread So Thin You Can See Through Me! Mr. David Weber 2:00pm-5:00pm

Oral Surgery Seminar: Part 2 Dr. Robert Edwab 2:00pm-5:00pm

Wealth Accumulation & Tax Strategies for Dentists Mr. Dan Wicker 2:00pm-5:00pm

Proven Secrets for Helping People Choose Your Finest Most Complete Dentistry in Any Economy Dr. Robert Frazer 2:00pm-5:00pm

The Heart of Change - Changing Our Lives from the Inside Out Mr. Bill Woodburn 2:00pm-5:00pm

Hygienist Roundtable: Session 1 Dr. Brian Gurinsky Dr. Michael Scheidt 2:00pm-5:00pm

Dental Etiquette: Patients with Special Needs Ms. Niki Henson 2:00pm-5:00pm

Periodontist Specialist Lecture: Predictable Anterior Implant Esthetics: The Perio-OrthoRestorative Connection: Part 2 Dr. Joseph Kan 2:00pm-5:00pm

An Update on the Clinical Management of Temporomandibular Disorders: Part 2 Dr. Jeffrey Okeson 2:00pm-5:00pm

2:00pm-5:00pm Evidence Based Decision Making for the Dental Hygienist: Session 1 Dr. Sangeetha Chandrasekaran Dr. Lonnie Johnson Dr. Charles Powell Dr. Pinelopi Xenoudi 9:30am-12:30pm

Get Over It - Identify and Clear the 5 Most Common Obstacles to Building a Profitable Hygiene Department Ms. Rachel Wall 2:00pm-5:00pm

The Art of Clinical Photography: Session 2 (Repeat) Ms. Shannon Pace-Brinker 2:00pm-5:00pm

PREMIUM & HANDS-ON COURSES DAWSON ACADEMY: Treatment Planning the Worn Dentition Dr. John Cranham 9:30am-12:30pm/2:00pm–5:00pm

HANDS-ON: Are Teeth Sexy? Only If They Have Great Shape! Dr. Corky Willhite 9:30am-12:30pm

HANDS-ON: Adding Incisal Length for Function and Esthetics Dr. Corky Willhite 2:00pm-5:00pm

SPECIAL EVENTS Expo Hall Reception 4:00pm-5:30pm MDDS President’s Reception 6:00pm-8:00pm INVITATION ONLY

Recommended Audience Dentists Hygienists

The "Savage" Front Desk: An Entire Team Approach!: Part 2 Dr. Rhonda Savage 2:00pm-5:00pm

Chairside assistants Front office Lab techs Dental team All audiences

Demystifying Pain Among Women in Dentistry: Essential Ergonomic & Wellness Guidelines: Session 2 (Repeat) Ms. Bethany Valachi 2:00pm-5:00pm

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LECTURES

Thursday, January 23, 2014 OPENING SESSION: Overcoming Life’s Goliaths and the Power of Vision: The Ultimate in Inspiration & Pure Motivation Course Code: 1277 8:00am-9:00am Four Seasons Ballroom We all have “Goliaths”–barriers, obstacles and challenges that, in these difficult times, try to hold us down or keep us back from achieving our goals. Come hear one of our country's funniest and most sought after motivational speakers share the secrets of how we can overcome them! While everyone has heard the story of David & Goliath, very few realize the incredible, practical applications and life lessons it offers for dealing with challenges today! It's the secret that all great leaders have known and practiced...and you will never forget it! Mr. David Weber is an internationally recognized speaker, with a track record of success. He is an honors graduate from Mercer University with a B.A. in Communications. He simultaneously captained the university's NCAA Division I soccer and volleyball teams for three years and received All-Conference honors in both sports. As a Sales Representative for Motorola, Dave received over fifteen outstanding sales awards, including the prestigious "Top 10" award each year. In 1987, he started his own speaking and training firm. His high energy and fun entertaining style quickly made him a highly sought after speaker. Mark Victor Hansen, noted author and co-creator of #1 New York Times best selling series Chicken Soup of the Soul® says of Dave: "Dave is a young super-star. He wows his audience to think and take action now. I predict he will become one of the top ten speakers of our time."

Hygiene Fast Track: Emerging Diseases Hit List: Course Code: 1200 Ms. Nancy Andrews 9:30am-10:30am CE Credits: 1 Explore personal health issues such as new and altered diseases of importance to dental professionals. Investigate biofilm diseases and very infectious respiratory, skin, droplet or airborne diseases. Examine co-morbidities such as chronic conditions and allergies. Discuss these issues relative to occupational risk, illness prevention and post exposure responses.

Hygiene Fast Track: HPV Related Lesions Course Code: 1201 Ms. Nancy Andrews 10:30am-11:30am CE Credits: 1 Calibrate your dental team for improved and consistent identification and management of oral pathology related to HPV (human papillomavirus). Investigate cases where lesions are linked with lifestyles, histories, habits and outcomes. Review diagnostic technology.

Hygiene Fast Track: Disaster Preparedness Course Code: 1202 Ms. Nancy Andrews 11:30am-12:30pm CE Credits: 1 Kick start your personal and professional readiness! Learn how to use your skills, training and experience to prepare for, assess and respond to disasters. Examine shelter-inplace or evacuation strategies and scenarios for a variety of situations; including natural disasters such as earthquakes

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and man-made disasters including accidental or purposeful chemical or radiation exposure, terrorist acts of violence, fire and explosions. Leave with a plan and resources to get you started! Ms. Nancy Andrews graduated from, and was a clinical instructor in Dental Hygiene at University of Southern California and teaches Oral Pathology, Preventive Dentistry and Infection Control at West Coast University Dept. of Dental Hygiene.

Total Team Concept for Effective Scheduling/High Impact Communication Course Code: 1285 Ms. Lois Banta 9:30am-12:30pm CE Credits: 3 Learn the 52 secrets of effective scheduling. Discover scripting that works to reduce open time, allows you to have fool proof financial arrangements discussions and increases your ability to collect from patients and insurance companies. Identify fail safe ways to communicate with patients, office staff and each other.

Playing the Insurance and Accounts Receivables Game…Your Way/Insurance Strategies That Work Course Code: 1286 Ms. Lois Banta 2:00pm-5:00pm CE Credits: 3 Learn to develop proven systems to track A/R more effectively and follow up on past due claims more efficiently without stressing yourself to the max. Design systems for collecting from patients without being perceived as the “bad guy”. Learn the proven techniques for writing a detailed narrative, documenting in the patient’s chart and using the dental coding systems to maximize reimbursement for your patients. Develop key communication techniques when dealing with insurance companies. Ms. Lois Banta, CEO of Banta Consulting, Inc., has been involved in dentistry for more than 37 years. THESE COURSES SPONSORED IN PART BY ONE MIND HEALTH.

The Clinical Applications of All Ceramic Restorations: Part 1 Course Code: 1205 Dr. Nassar Barghi 9:30am-12:30pm CE Credits: 3 Take an in-depth look at concepts, procedures and products to enhance the durability of your restorations. Investigate linical considerations of zirconia and IPS e.max lithium disilicate restorations; minimal invasive procedures with CAD/CAM zirconia restorations; bonding CAD/CAM restorations; the concept of porcelain veneers in light of current materials and information; more predictable aesthetic results with porcelain veneers; current status of luting cements for all-ceramic restorations; bonding porcelain veneers; and intra-oral repair of aesthetic restorations.

The Clinical Applications of All Ceramic Restorations: Part 2 Course Code: 1206 Dr. Nassar Barghi 2:00pm-5:00pm CE Credits: 3 This is a continuation of Dr. Barghi’s morning course. Dr. Nasser Barghi is a professor in the Department of Comprehensive Dentistry at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Dental School, in

San Antonio, Texas. He has authored and co-authored over 200 articles and abstracts and has completed a great amount of research on bonding new esthetic materials and etched porcelain bonded restorations.

Three Secrets a New Dentist Must Know, Technology… Choices…Relationships Course Code: 1304 Dr. Scott Cairns 9:30am-12:30pm CE Credits: 3 Learn the three secrets that will catapult you ahead of the pack in your dental practice: possessing a technological advantage, offering your patients choices, and a system that helps you to build a relationship with your patient. Investigate how successful practices are breaking through capacity roadblocks that limit their ability to further penetrate their marketplace and expanding their market share to a much larger scale than was ever possible in the past. Dr. Scott Cairns is a multiple office owner dentist supported by Pacific Dental Services with three offices in Southern Colorado. THIS COURSES SPONSORED BY PACIFIC DENTAL SERVICES.

Dispelling the "CSI Effect" Myth, An Overview of Contemporary Forensic Dentistry Course Code: 1271 Dr. Anthony Cardoza 9:30am-12:30pm CE Credits: 3 Because of the current popularity of forensic fare in television, the general public is getting a skewed view of the true nature of forensic investigation, commonly known as the “CSI effect”. In this seminar, Dr. Cardoza will dispel this myth as it relates to forensic odontology. Investigate forensic dental identification of decedents of varying postmortem states including: skeletal, fragmented, decomposed, burned remains and pattern injuries as they relate to bite mark investigation not only in human bites but animal bites as well.

Dentistry's Role in a Bioterrorism/Mass Disaster Scenario Course Code: 1272 Dr. Anthony Cardoza 2:00pm-5:00pm CE Credits: 3 If a disaster occurred in your community, would you be prepared? Does your local public health department have enough trained personnel to handle such a disaster? Discuss how you may be called upon to help your community respond to a major public health disaster. Learn how dental professionals may be asked to assist during a disaster. Receive an introduction to basic triage principles and learn what you should have on hand to help you survive during a disaster. Investigate the evolution of mass disaster management from a perspective of forensic dentistry. Dr. Anthony Cardoza serves as a forensic dental consultant for the California Department of Justice, the San Diego Police Department and the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department. He is the Director of the California Dental Identification Team. He also has a general dental practice in El Cajon, California.


Evidence Based Decision Making for the Dental Hygienist: Session 1 Course Code: 1235

Dr. Sangeetha Chandrasekaran Dr. Lonnie Johnson Dr. Charles Powell Dr. Pinelopi Xenoudi 9:30am-12:30pm CE Credits: 3 Gain insight into evidence based decision making and contemporary dilemmas in the practice of dental hygiene. Get an overview of evidence based decision making and the dilemmas in periodontal maintenance care with Dr. Johnson. Address the best evidence in regard to the limitations of nonsurgical treatment of periodontal disease and when surgical treatment is indicated from Dr. Xenoudi. Focus on the evaluation and treatment considerations for the management of mucogingival deformities with Dr. Chandrasekaren. Investigate current concepts and treatments of periimplant mucositis and peri-implantitis with Dr. Powell.

Evidence Based Decision Making for the Dental Hygienist: Session 2 (Repeat) Course Code: 1236 Dr. Sangeetha Chandrasekaran Dr. Lonnie Johnson Dr. Charles Powell Dr. Pinelopi Xenoudi 2:00pm-5:00pm CE Credits: 3 This is a repeat of the University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine, Division of Periodontics Panel morning course. Dr. Sangeetha Chandrasekaran is Director of Undergraduate Periodontics at the University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine. Dr. Lonnie Johnson is Associate Dean of Clinical Operations at the University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine.

The Christensen Bottom Line: Part 2 Course Code: 1216 Dr. Gordon Christensen 1:30pm-4:30pm CE Credits: 3 This is a continuation of Dr. Christensen’s morning course. Dr. Gordon J. Christensen is Founder and Director of Practical Clinical Courses (PCC) and Chief Executive Officer of Clinicians Report Foundation (CR). He is a practicing prosthodontist in Provo, Utah.

Oral Surgery Seminar: Part 1 Course Code: 1217 Dr. Robert Edwab 9:30am-12:30pm CE Credits: 3 Make your oral surgeries productive and uneventful. Review a complete office visit starting with a basic health history that places the patient into a physical status category indicating if you should treat or refer. Prepare for common office emergencies with an inexpensive homemade emergency kit. Learn which instruments to use and to avoid and how to choose suture materials and needles. Review procedures for root removal, alveoplasties, frenectomies, biopsies, apicoectomies, impaction removals and tori reductions. Review the latest endocarditis premedication standards. Discuss the basic principles of performing an incision and drainage and when to refer to avoid spreading space infections. Learn to avoid and treat surgical complications and review a simple technique to quickly calculate a safe dose of local anesthetic for adults and children. Be able to perform various oral surgical procedures with greater confidence and possess the knowledge to handle any complication that may arise. Course Code: 1218 Dr. Robert Edwab 2:00pm-5:00pm CE Credits: 3 This is a continuation of Dr. Edwab’s morning course.

Dr. Pinelopi Xenoudi is Assistant Director of Postgraduate Periodontics at the University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine.

THESE COURSES SPONSORED IN PART BY BUBBA’S DENTAL SUPPLY.

Experience a fast moving ‘bottom line’ course including the areas of dentistry with the most activity and change this year. Interpret the ongoing advancements in the profession with numerous, easily understood summaries. Bring your questions, because your interests will guide the discussion with an industry expert.

Learn a way of quoting fees comfortably and in a timely manner to patients you’ve already helped decide to have you perform your best recommended treatment. Focus on the highest quality, most comprehensive, aesthetically appropriate treatment drawn from actual cases Dr. Frazer has treated. Gain an effective understanding that can be used immediately to help people routinely choose your best and most complete care.

The Heart of Change - Changing Our Lives from the Inside Out Course Code: 1228 Mr. Bill Woodburn 2:00pm-5:00pm CE Credits: 3 Discover techniques, stories and experiential learning to create a strong, positive life from the inside out. Change your life, work, relationships and what you expect from yourself and others by changing the inner story you’ve woven from your highest aspirations and deepest fears. Dr. Robert Frazer led a successful private dental practice for nearly 30 years and now limits his practice to a few major rehabilitative cases a year. He founded his consulting firm, R.L. Frazer & Associates, Inc. in 1991 in response to mounting interest in his dental consulting services. Mr. Bill Woodburn, M.Ed. is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with more than 25 years experience helping people find healing inside family and work groups.

Oral Surgery Seminar: Part 2

Dr. Charles Powell is Chair of the Division of Periodontics and Director of Postgraduate Periodontics at the University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine.

The Christensen Bottom Line: Part 1 Course Code: 1215 Dr. Gordon Christensen 9:30am-12:00pm CE Credits: 2.5

Proven Secrets for Helping People Choose Your Finest Most Complete Dentistry in Any Economy Course Code: 1227 Dr. Robert Frazer 2:00pm-5:00pm CE Credits: 3

Dr. Robert Edwab is a board certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon who has been in private practice for over 30 years.

Emotional Intelligence Course Code: 1226 Dr. Robert Frazer Mr. Bill Woodburn 9:30am-12:30pm CE Credits: 3 Learn about and begin to elevate your Emotional Intelligence, so that you too can be one of the stars of your office and our profession! Research shows that 75% of high achiever’s success comes from Emotional Intelligence, while just 25% is the result of necessary technical competency. Build your E.Q. (Emotional Quotient) to improve all your relationships and avoid countless recurring interpersonal problems.

Hygienist Roundtable: Session 1 Course Code: 1229 Dr. Brian Gurinsky Dr. Michael Scheidt 2:00pm-5:00pm CE Credits: 3 Join other hygienists in an interactive discussion of challenges and solutions you experience every day in your practice. Discuss topics including: how to practice hygiene more efficiently and effectively, the best way to get your patients to comply with hygiene instructions, when and how to send your patient to a periodontist and what changes you should institute in your treatment when your patient goes to one. Talk about how to work with your doctor on hygiene issues and your interaction with your front desk and other staff members. Participants will be emailed prior to the program for feedback on subjects of the most interest. Dr. Brian Gurinsky is a periodontist with a private practice in Denver. Dr. Michael Scheidt is a periodontist with offices in Northglenn and Broomfield, CO. He has been a MDDS board member since 1999 and served as President from 2009-2010.

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LECTURES

Thursday, January 23, 2014 INventory: Controlling Assets and Efficiencies Course Code: 1231 Ms. Niki Henson 9:30am-12:30pm CE Credits: 3

Explore the concept of inventory control as a major factor in the dental office. Learn money saving tips to reduce waste, limit the amount of unused inventory (money) sitting on the shelf and increase efficiency with supply organization. Discover a computer based spreadsheet as a method to develop an inexpensive inventory control sheet. Find solutions to your individual needs in a break-out session.

Dental Etiquette: Patients with Special Needs Course Code: 1232 Ms. Niki Henson 2:00pm-5:00pm CE Credits: 3 Learn the words to use, inexpensive solutions to provide comfortable seating during treatment, disability laws and regulations you should be aware of and many other tips to improve your skills working with patients who have special needs. Hear letters from patients with special needs and their families explain what you can do to make their experience positive. Leave with a deeper understanding of your patient, their family, and how you can increase access to care and be an outstanding dental team in their lives. Ms. Niki Henson, RDA, is the President of Cornerstone Dental Academy where she authored the curriculum and provides continuing education. She holds a degree in science and is a Registered Dental Assistant with over 20 years experience. She is also the mother of two special needs children.

Periodontist Specialist Lecture: Predictable Anterior Implant Esthetics: The Perio-Ortho-Restorative Connection: Part 1 Course Code: 1239 Dr. Joseph Kan 9:30am-12:30pm CE Credits: 3 Achieving anterior implant esthetics is a challenging and demanding procedure. Investigate the fusion of science and art required to create implant restorations with harmonious gingival contour that emulates nature. Learn to understand the biologic and physiologic limitations of the soft and hard tissue to facilitate predictability in simple and complex esthetic situations. Bring together Orthodontics, Periodontics and Restorative dentistry to focus on current implant treatment philosophies and methodologies for replacing currently missing teeth and the management of patients who will be losing a tooth or teeth in the esthetic zone. Explore diagnosis and treatment planning, surgical and prosthetic management of soft and hard tissue for optimal anterior implant esthetics.

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Periodontist Specialist Lecture: Predictable Anterior Implant Esthetics: The PerioOrtho-Restorative Connection: Part 2 Course Code: 1274 Dr. Joseph Kan 2:00pm-5:00pm CE Credits: 3 This is a continuation of Dr. Kan’s morning course. Dr. Joseph Kan is a Professor of Restorative Dentistry at Loma Linda University and maintains a private practice limited to Prosthodontics and Implant surgery. THESE COURSES SPONSORED IN PART BY THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN SOCIETY OF PERIODONTISTS.

An Update on the Clinical Management of Temporomandibular Disorders: Part 1 Course Code: 1254 Dr. Jeffrey Okeson 9:30am-12:30pm CE Credits: 3 Investigate Dr. Okeson’s sound and straightforward approach to understanding and treating many masticatory pain problems. Learn to differentiate TM disorders from other orofacial pain conditions. Be able to select the correct therapy for each patient through an emphasis on diagnosis. Review treatment options based on sound scientific principles. Discuss appropriate use and fabrication of occlusal appliances. Consider in detail indications for dental therapy in the overall management of TM disorders and the role of the dental specialists.

An Update on the Clinical Management of Temporomandibular Disorders: Part 2 Course Code: 1255 Dr. Jeffrey Okeson 2:00pm-5:00pm CE Credits: 3 This is a continuation of Dr. Okeson’s morning course. Dr. Jeffrey Okeson is Professor, Chairman of the Department of Oral Health Science and Director of the College's Orofacial Pain Center, which he established in 1977, at the University of Kentucky. He has authored two textbooks on TM disorders and orofacial pain, which have been translated into 11 different languages.

The Art of Clinical Photography: Session 1 Course Code: 1256 Ms. Shannon Pace-Brinker 9:30am-12:30pm CE Credits: 3 Learn to take photos and images like a true professional! Gain practical hands-on experience that will demonstrate to you the benefits of including Digital Photography in your practice.

The "Savage" Front Desk: An Entire Team Approach! Part 1 Course Code: 1260 Dr. Rhonda Savage 9:30am-12:30pm CE Credits: 3 Learn the ins and outs of what it takes to implement a fool proof ‘Savage’ front desk. Discover systems that are the key to the top-tier practices and their success! Enjoy a lively session while learning where to grow and streamline the business. Investigate the patient experience including the new patient interviewing you and the existing patient with extensive needs. Learn how to schedule your hygiene department for maximum effectiveness, track treatment planning, increase case acceptance with great verbal skills, reactivate patients, manage collections and insurance, control overhead and establish clearly defined financial policies.

The "Savage" Front Desk: An Entire Team Approach! Part 2 Course Code: 1261 Dr. Rhonda Savage 2:00pm-5:00pm CE Credits: 3 This is a continuation of Dr. Savage’s morning course. Dr. Rhonda Savage graduated from the University of Washington School of Dentistry. She was an active duty dental officer in the U.S. Navy during Desert Shield/ Desert Storm and was awarded the Navy Achievement Medal, the National Defense Medal and an Expert Pistol Medal. She is now the CEO for Miles Global, a practice management and consulting business.

Demystifying Pain Among Women in Dentistry: Essential Ergonomic & Wellness Guidelines: Session 1 Course Code: 1266 Ms. Bethany Valachi 9:30am-12:30pm CE Credits: 3 Bridge the gap between dental ergonomics and workrelated pain in this research-based seminar for women dental professionals that will teach you to work more comfortably, increase productivity and extend your career. Female dental professionals experience a higher prevalence and severity of occupational pain than their male counterparts, with the most problematic areas being the neck (up to 87%) and shoulder (up to 76%) followed closely by hand and wrist pain. Learn through lecture, demonstration and participation the unique muscle imbalances to which you are prone and how these can be improved through proper posture, movement, equipment selection, adjustment and operatory layout. Walk away with evidence-based techniques you can apply immediately in the operatory.

The Art of Clinical Photography: Session 2 (Repeat) Course Code: 1257 Ms. Shannon Pace-Brinker 2:00pm-5:00pm CE Credits: 3

Demystifying Pain Among Women in Dentistry: Essential Ergonomic & Wellness Guidelines: Session 2 (Repeat) Course Code: 1267 Ms. Bethany Valachi 2:00pm-5:00pm CE Credits: 3

This is a repeat of Ms. Pace Brinker’s morning course.

This is a repeat of Ms. Valachi’s morning course.

Ms. Shannon Pace-Brinker, CDA, is a National and International Speaker and works with Dr. Dan Etheridge in his private practice in Chesapeake,VA. She has been a full time practicing dental assistant for over 23 years. She is a past faculty member at the Dawson Academy and Spear Education.

Ms. Bethany Valachi, PT, MS, CEAS is a physical therapist, dental ergonomic consultant and author. She is CEO of Posturedontics®, a company that provides research-based dental ergonomic education and is clinical instructor of ergonomics at OHSU School of Dentistry in Portland, Oregon.


The 10 Things You MUST Do to Tap into Hygiene Profits Course Code: 1269 Ms. Rachel Wall 9:30am-12:30pm CE Credits: 3 Learn the underlying factors that affect profitability of your hygiene department, some more obvious than others. Discover the ten things you must do to increase hygiene profits. Manage the mindset, nurture leaders and dive into the nitty gritty of how to develop a profitable hygiene department.

Get Over It - Identify and Clear the 5 Most Common Obstacles to Building a Profitable Hygiene Department Course Code: 1270 Ms. Rachel Wall 2:00pm-5:00pm CE Credits: 3 Identify and clear the five most common barriers that may be keeping your team from delivering high level perio and preventive care and reaping the rewards of a profitable hygiene department. Ms. Rachel Wall is the owner of Inspired Hygiene. She and her team help tap into hygiene profit potential.

I’m Spread So Thin You Can See Through Me! Course Code: 1278 Mr. David Weber 2:00pm-5:00pm CE Credits: 3 Gain the skills to maintain a high level of focus throughout a crazy, interrupt driven day. Learn better follow up, documentation, information retrieval, email and inbox management, filing that works and more. Hands-on exercises, case studies and humor, all wrapped around effective teaching principles, make this a tremendous session for all staff. Discover how to apply these skills to electronic tools (i.e. Microsoft Outlook, iPhones, iPads, etc.) or manual tools (planners and paper) in this process driven workshop. See Opening Session for speaker biography.

Wealth Accumulation & Tax Strategies for Dentists Course Code: 1300 Mr. Dan Wicker 2:00pm-5:00pm CE Credits: 3 Determine where you stand on the path to financial freedom, while being able to recognize new opportunities as a dental business owner. Explore the phases of your career from graduating dental school to preparing your estate for your heirs. The Accumulation Phase consists of your practicing career, in which you spend approximately thirty years accumulating enough assets to retire financially free. The Preservation Phase starts prior to your retirement, encompassing everything from the transitioning of your practice and your life as a working individual to making sure that your accumulated assets will be able to sustain your lifestyle for at least thirty more years. Learn the proven math behind wealth accumulation, which tax strategies will further your plan, what the most beneficial investment environments are, and how to maximize your cash flow. Get an update on the current pension laws, tax strategies for a dentist and how to come up with the money to fund for your retirement. Mr. Dan Wicker is a partner at CAIN, WATTERS & ASSOCIATES, P.L.L.C. (CWA) a "fee only" certified public accounting firm located in Dallas, Texas. THIS COURSE SPONSORED BY CAIN WATTERS & ASSOCIATES.

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Thursday, January 23, 2014

DAWSON ACADEMY: Treatment Planning the Worn Dentition: LOCATION: Colorado Convention Center Course Code: 1301 9:30am-12:30pm/2:00pm–5:00pm CE Credits: 6 - $499/pp

Dr. John Cranham Learn to design comprehensive treatment plans that will address occlusal, aesthetic and biologic issues along with the correct material selection that is essential to a successful restorative practice. Using actual cases, Dr. Cranham shows you how and why to develop a treatment plan that will meet and exceed the expectations of the patient and the dental team. Learn a predictable approach to complex treatment planning. Dr. John Cranham has a contemporary dental practice in Chesapeake, Virginia, focusing on cosmetic, restorative and implant services. He is the Director of Education at The Dawson Academy and founded Cranham Dental Seminars which provides a combination of lecture and mobile hands-on programs.

HANDS-ON: Are Teeth Sexy? Only If They Have Great Shape! LOCATION: Mountain West Dental Institute* Course Code: 1281 9:30am-12:30pm CE Credits: 3 - $250/pp (Limited attendance)

HANDS-ON: Adding Incisal Length for Function and Esthetics LOCATION: Mountain West Dental Institute* Course Code: 1282 2:00pm-5:00pm CE Credits: 3 - $250/pp (Limited attendance)

Dr. Corky Willhite Are Teeth Sexy? Only If They Have Great Shape! Learn a systematic approach in this hands-on course to contouring and polishing to achieve better restorations each and every time you restore a tooth with composite. Shape is key and contouring is critical to making restorations look great! A proper finish will also reduce recurring stains, white lines and visible margins.

Adding Incisal Length for Function and Esthetics Offer a more practical and affordable option to patients who traditionally would be prepped for porcelain restorations to add incisal length to small or worn teeth. Immediately improve traditional resin restorations and understand how to use composite in situations typically only done in porcelain. Complete your own composite restoration featuring one of the most common situations making a worn tooth longer to look and function better. Dr. Corky Willhite has achieved Fellowship by the Academy of General Dentistry and the American College of Dentists. He is on the faculty of the Center for Esthetic Excellence in Chicago and post-graduate esthetic programs at Eastman Dental Center and the University of Minnesota. His private practice in suburban New Orleans, The Smile Design Center, is limited to cosmetic dentistry.

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SCHEDULE AT A GLANCE Friday, January 24, 2014

COURSES 8:30am-11:30am Top Ten Infection Control Techniques: Session 1 Ms. Nancy Andrews 8:30am-11:30am

Extreme Customer Service and Marketing: Do You Have the Right TEAM to Pull It Off?: Session 1 Dr. Ann Marie Bynum 8:30am-11:30am

Pediatric Specialist Lecture: The Evolution of a Successful (Pediatric) Dental Practice Dr. Jeffrey Camm Mr. Eric Camm 8:30am-11:30am

From Wrestling to Dancing: Using Motivational Interviewing to Improve Patient Oral Hygiene Behaviors: Session 1 Dr. Delwyn Catley 8:30am-11:30am

Restoring Endodontically Treated Teeth: Session 1 Dr Rahim Karmali 8:30am-11:30am

S.M.A.R.T. Dentistry for Your Practice (Simplified Methods and Restorative Techniques) Dr. Douglas Lambert 8:30am-11:30am

Oral/Perioral Lesions and What To Do About Them When You Find Them: Part 1 Dr. John McDowell 8:30am-11:30am

Choosing a Dental Camera System Mr. Bill Moore 8:30am-11:30am

Personality Types in Dentistry: Session 1 Dr. Matt Morano 8:30am-11:30am (Attendance limited) Ethics and Life as a Dentist Dr. David Nash 8:30am-11:30am

Orthodontic Specialist Lecture: YES to Treatment: Game-Changer Strategies for Attracting Practice Visitors, Raising Your Fees, and Improving Case Acceptance: Part 1 Mr. Landy Chase 8:30am-11:00am

Complete Records Visit for the Chairside Assistant Ms. Shannon Pace-Brinker 8:30am-11:30am

SEO is Changing - Why Social Media, Mobile & Reviews Are Your Keys To Success Mr. Brian Devine 8:30am-11:30am

Your Fantastic Dental Team, What Makes it Work?: Part 1 Dr. Rhonda Savage 8:30am-11:30am

Veterinary Dentistry - Domestic and Exotic: Session 1 Dr. Peter Emily 8:30am-11:30am

Complex Decision Making for Teeth and Implants In and Out of the Aesthetic Zone Dr. Dennis Tarnow 8:30am-11:30am

A Complete Guide to High Tech Dentistry in a Paperless Office: Session 1 Dr. John Flucke 8:30am-11:30am

Optimize & Ergonomize Your Front Office: Session 1 Ms. Bethany Valachi 8:30am-11:30am

The Fundamentals of Ultrasonic Debridement Ms. Cynthia Fong 8:30am-11:30am

1:30pm-4:30pm

3D Dentistry: Integration of Lasers, CBCT and Digital Impressions: Session 1 Dr. Howard Golan 8:30am – 11:30am

Hygienist Roundtable: Session 2 (Repeat) Dr. Brian Gurinsky Dr. Michael Scheidt 8:30am-11:30am

Brand Yourself (and your Company) for Success: Session 1 Ms. Milena Joy 8:30am-11:30am

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Top Ten Infection Control Techniques: Session 2 (Repeat) Ms. Nancy Andrews 1:30pm-4:30pm

Extreme Customer Service and Marketing: Do You Have the Right TEAM to Pull It Off?: Session 2 (Repeat) Dr. Ann Marie Bynum 1:30pm-4:30pm

Pediatric Specialist Lecture: Anomalies of the Pediatric Oral Cavity Dr. Jeffrey Camm 1:30pm-4:30pm

From Wrestling to Dancing: Using Motivational Interviewing to Improve Patient Oral Hygiene Behaviors: Session 2 (Repeat) Dr. Delwyn Catley 1:30pm-4:30pm

Orthodontic Specialist Lecture: YES to Treatment: Game-Changer Strategies for Attracting Practice Visitors, Raising Your Fees, and Improving Case Acceptance: Part 2 Mr. Landy Chase 2:00pm-4:30pm

Veterinary Dentistry - Domestic and Exotic: Session 2 (Repeat) Dr. Peter Emily 1:30pm-4:30pm

A Complete Guide to High Tech Dentistry in a Paperless Office: Session 2 (Repeat) Dr. John Flucke 1:30pm-4:30pm

3D Dentistry: Integration of Lasers, CBCT and Digital Impressions: Session 2 (Repeat) Dr. Howard Golan 1:30pm – 4:30pm

Brand Yourself (and your Company) for Success: Session 2 (Repeat) Ms. Milena Joy 1:30pm-4:30pm

Restoring Endodontically Treated Teeth: Session 2 (Repeat) Dr. Rahim Karmali 1:30pm-4:30pm

Endodontic Fast Track: Diagnosis Dr. Scott Maloney 1:30pm-2:30pm

Communicating Effectively with Kids: In the Office and at Home Dr. David Nash 1:30pm-4:30pm

Your Fantastic Dental Team, What Makes it Work?: Part 2 Dr. Rhonda Savage 1:30pm-4:30pm

Immediate Loading and Flapless Surgery: What We Should and Should Not Do Dr. Dennis Tarnow 1:30pm-4:30pm

Optimize & Ergonomize Your Front Office: Session 2 (Repeat) Ms. Bethany Valachi 1:30pm-4:30pm

PREMIUM & HANDS-ON COURSES DAWSON ACADEMY: HANDS-ON: Hygienist’s Role in Supporting Complete Dentistry Dr. Kimberley Daxon Ms. Joanne Schultz Bailey 8:30am-11:30am/1:00pm–5:00pm, Fri. & Sat.

HANDS-ON: Oral Surgery Workshop Dr. Robert Edwab 8:30am-11:30am

HANDS-ON: Oral Surgery Suturing Dr. Robert Edwab 1:30pm-4:30pm

HANDS-ON: Straightforward Ultrasonic Instrumentation Ms. Cynthia Fong 1:30pm-4:30pm

Endodontic Fast Track: File Systems Dr. Scott Maloney 2:30pm-3:30pm

HANDS-ON: Recipe for Success: Restoring Minimally Invasive Preps to Quadrants with Today’s Resin Technology Dr. Douglas Lambert 1:30pm-4:30pm

Endodontic Fast Track: What Else Does Endodontics Involve? Dr. Scott Maloney 3:30pm-4:30pm

HANDS-ON: The Art of Facebow Transfer, Pouring and Mounting Models Ms. Shannon Pace-Brinker 1:30pm-4:30pm

ADDITIONAL COURSES Oral/PerioralFEE Lesions and What To Do About Them When You Find Them: Part 2 Dr. John McDowell 1:30pm-4:30pm

HANDS-ON: Endodontics for the General Practitioner: “What, When, Why and How?” Dr. John West 8:30am-11:30am/1:30pm-4:30pm, Fri. & Sat.

Before & After: Promoting Your Dentistry Through Exquisite Photography Mr. Bill Moore 1:30pm-4:30pm

SPECIAL EVENTS

Personality Types in Dentistry: Session 2 (Repeat) Dr. Matt Morano 1:30pm-4:30pm (Attendance limited)

RMDC Friday Night Party Capital Ballroom at the Hyatt Regency 5:30pm-8:30pm Friday Night After Party Location TBD 9:00pm-2:00am

Recommended Audience Dentists Hygienists Chairside assistants Front office Lab techs Dental team All audiences


LECTURES

Friday, January 24, 2014 Top Ten Infection Control Techniques: Session 1 Course Code: 1203 Ms. Nancy Andrews 8:30am-11:30am CE Credits: 3 Update your knowledge of the most important issues in clinical safety. Are you clear on how to handle ordinary and extraordinary infectious diseases? Blend science with reality: review CDC Guidelines and State regulations for infection control. Get updates including challenges with aerosol transmitted diseases (ATD’s) and evolving/resistant pathogens. Enjoy active learning.

Top Ten Infection Control Techniques: Session 2 (Repeat) Course Code: 1204 Ms. Nancy Andrews 1:30pm-4:30pm CE Credits: 3 This is a repeat of Ms. Andrew's morning course. See Thursday for Speaker Biography.

Extreme Customer Service and Marketing: Do You Have the Right TEAM to Pull It Off?: Session 1 Course Code: 1207 Dr. Ann Marie Bynum 8:30am-11:30am CE Credits: 3 Determine who in your office helps or hurts the practice and grow in the areas of customer care and service. List and discuss the pros and cons of all the players on the dental team. Discuss the harmful effects that matriarchs, energy vampires, gossipers, and prima donnas can have on a team. Look at the false pecking order often presented by the office manager. Discuss why you need diversity on your team. Investigate how a hodge-podge of leaders, helpers, competitors, cheerleaders, peacemakers, organizers and multitaskers make an office hum.

Extreme Customer Service and Marketing: Do You Have the Right TEAM to Pull It Off?: Session 2 (Repeat) Course Code: 1208 Dr. Ann Marie Bynum 1:30pm-4:30pm CE Credits: 3 This is a repeat of Dr. Bynum’s morning course. Dr. Bynum has a private Pediatric Dental practice in Simpsonville, South Carolina.

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Pediatric Specialist Lecture: The Evolution of a Successful (Pediatric) Dental Practice Course Code: 1209 Dr. Jeffrey Camm Mr. Eric Camm 8:30am-11:30am CE Credits: 3 Discuss the actual experiences of a private practice pediatric dentist, starting from scratch and leading to a million dollar practice in the past decade. For starting dentists, examine practice options and initial outreach into the dental world. For the mid-career dentist, learn practical marketing and patient (pediatric and adult behavior) management skills. For the "I want out" dentist (late career), examine exit strategies including a unique way to finance your own transition and optimize the price you seek with years of income you earned. Get legal advice on issues associated with practice management/transition issues.

Pediatric Specialist Lecture: Anomalies of the Pediatric Oral Cavity Course Code: 1210 Dr. Jeffrey Camm 1:30pm-4:30pm CE Credits: 3 Get a refresher for many of the clinical pathologies we are faced with in our daily practice. We studied these clinical entities in Dental School and in our residencies and passed all the tests. We have forgotten half of them. Learn to recognize, treat or refer many anomalies of the oral cavity from routine to critically important. Discuss multiple treatment options including multi-disciplinary treatment plans. Whether it is an oral manifestation of a systemic disease or pertains to the mouth alone, feel confident in your ability to identify any aberration from the norm. Dr. Jeffrey Camm retired from the United States Air Force as a colonel, following a 20 year career that included being the Chairman of Pediatric Dentistry at Wilford Hall Medical Center and the Special Consultant in Pediatric Dentistry to the Assistant Surgeon General for Dental Services. He is currently in private practice as a board-certified pediatric dentist in Fircrest, Washington and is an assistant clinical professor at the University of Washington School of Dentistry. Mr. Eric Camm, JD, is a corporate attorney practicing in Seattle, Washington as a partner at the Apex Law Group, LLP. He focuses his practice on assisting companies, including numerous dental practices, with corporate governance and complex business transactions.

From Wrestling to Dancing: Using Motivational Interviewing to Improve Patient Oral Hygiene Behaviors: Session 1 Course Code: 1211 Dr. Delwyn Catley 8:30am-11:30am CE Credits: 3 Get an introduction to the principles and methods of an empirically supported method of patient counseling for encouraging patient behavior change. Developed in the field of addiction treatment this method is now

widely used for health behavior change including dietary change, exercise, smoking and oral hygiene. Foster patient’s internal motivation to engage in healthy behavior. It is suitable for use in healthcare settings and can be effectively delivered by healthcare professionals who are not trained counselors. Experience this interactive seminar and practice the methods described.

From Wrestling to Dancing: Using Motivational Interviewing to Improve Patient Oral Hygiene Behaviors: Session 2 (Repeat) Course Code: 1212 Dr. Delwyn Catley 1:30pm-4:30pm CE Credits: 3 This is a repeat of Dr. Catley’s morning course. Dr. Delwyn Catley is Professor of Psychology & Dentistry at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and an internationally recognized expert in smoking cessation and motivational interviewing.

Orthodontic Specialist Lecture: YES to Treatment: Game-Changer Strategies for Attracting Practice Visitors, Raising Your Fees, and Improving Case Acceptance: Part 1 Course Code: 1213 Mr. Landy Chase 8:30am-11:00am CE Credits: 2.5 Learn how to demonstrate value to your visitors and manage the new-patient consult properly to improve case acceptance rates while raising fees simultaneously. Gain the skills to communicate value effectively. Gain a unique and highly effective methodology for addressing these issues.

Orthodontic Specialist Lecture: YES to Treatment: Game-Changer Strategies for Attracting Practice Visitors, Raising Your Fees, and Improving Case Acceptance: Part 2 Course Code: 1214 Mr. Landy Chase 2:00pm-4:30pm CE Credits: 2.5 This is a continuation of Mr. Chase’s morning course. Mr. Landy Chase, MBA, CSP is a consultant and award-winning business author who specializes in training orthodontic practices. He is a graduate of The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, and holds an MBA from Xavier University. He is the author of the best-selling books ‘Yes to Treatment’ (2012) and ‘The Book of Pearls’ (2013), both written exclusively for the orthodontic profession.

SEO is Changing - Why Social Media, Mobile & Reviews Are Your Keys To Success Course Code: 1293 Mr. Brian Devine 8:30am-11:30am CE Credits: 3 SEO (Search Engine Optimization) used to be about having the right meta-tags and keywords on your site and creating lots of content on the internet to link back to your site. Discover how today, social signals, mobile compatibility and online reviews are taking over as the main forces driving websites to the top of search Continued on next page

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Friday, January 24, 2014 Continued from page 11 engines. Learn the importance of creating activity on social networks like Facebook, Twitter and Google+; providing Smartphone users with a mobile-optimized version of your website; or getting and keeping 5-star ratings on all of the review sites. Get properly engaged so your competition won’t be taking new patients that should have been yours. Mr. Brian Devine is the President of Top Line Management, Inc., a company he founded in 2007. He has over 12 years of sales, marketing and training experience in the dental industries. He has led his company in becoming a Certified Google Engage Agency. THIS COURSES SPONSORED BY TOPLINE MANAGEMENT, INC.

Veterinary Dentistry Domestic and Exotic: Session 1 Course Code: 1221 Dr. Peter Emily 8:30am-11:30am CE Credits: 3 Get an introduction to the variations between species morphology, pathology and access to the affected teeth. Learn the different materials and tools required for different species, including carnivores, herbivores, reptiles, ruminants and birds. Because of these differences, there are more dental disciplines in veterinary dentistry than you find in human dentistry. Examine the immense need for specialized exotic animal dentistry.

Veterinary Dentistry - Domestic and Exotic: Session 2 (Repeat) Course Code: 1273 Dr. Peter Emily 1:30pm-4:30pm CE Credits: 3 This is a repeat of Dr. Emily’s morning course. Dr. Peter Emily is an accomplished human and veterinary dentist with a career spanning over 40 years. He has worked on nearly every breed of animal with a mouth or beak, including Siegfried & Roy’s cats, countless species for the Denver Zoo and even the legendary racehorse Secretariat.

A Complete Guide to High Tech Dentistry in a Paperless Office: Session 1 Course Code: 1224 Dr. John Flucke 8:30am-11:30am CE Credits: 3 Learn strategies for total integration of digital dentistry and digital records. Investigate all the necessary components and techniques of converting a paper based office to a digital one, including the high tech operatory. Examine topics including: backup strategies, conversion from paper to digital charts, digital radiography, digital operatory layout, digital patient registration, digital record keeping, efficiency and organizational advantages, and more. Discuss all of these topics with the experience of a practitioner who daily uses every piece of technology that he will share.

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A Complete Guide to High Tech Dentistry in a Paperless Office: Session 2 (Repeat) Course Code: 1225 Dr. John Flucke 1:30pm-4:30pm CE Credits: 3 This is a repeat of Dr. Flucke’s morning course. Dr. John Flucke has practiced in Lee's Summit, Missouri since 1989 and was pleased to open his new state-of-the-art facility in 2007.

The Fundamentals of Ultrasonic Debridement Course Code: 1291 Ms. Cynthia Fong 8:30am-11:30am CE Credits: 3 Examine the basics of ultrasonic debridement, enabling you to immediately incorporate ultrasonics into clinical practice. Discuss the changes that have occurred in the treatment of periodontal disease and its impact on the use of power scalers. Differentiate between the various power scaling technologies. Discover patient, clinician and equipment recommendations. Learn insert selection and sequencing. Learn instrumentation criteria for ultrasonic debridement. Ms. Cynthia Fong is a graduate of Union College and Columbia University. Previously she was a faculty member at the University of Medicine and Dentistry – New Jersey Dental School. She currently serves as a member-at-large on the North East Regional Board of Dental Examiners – Executive Committee.

3D Dentistry: Integration of Lasers, CBCT and Digital Impressions: Session 1 Course Code: 1296 Dr. Howard Golan 8:30am – 11:30am CE Credits: 3 Receive an in depth look at the most robust and important technologies in dentistry today. Discuss the use of Lasers, especially all tissue lasers to minimize the fear, pain and morbidity associated with dental procedures. Learn how to provide superior diagnostics to improve patient care and enhance the minimally invasive concept by integrating 3D imaging into your practice. See how Cone Beam technology can truly enhance all aspects of patient care. Revolutionize your restorative practice by changing from traditional to digital impressions. Increase efficiency, accuracy and patient acceptance to change prosthetic treatment forever. Examine integration, return on investment and how all three technologies work together.

3D Dentistry: Integration of Lasers, CBCT and Digital Impressions: Session 2 (Repeat) Course Code: 1297 Dr. Howard Golan 1:30pm – 4:30pm CE Credits: 3 This is a repeat of Dr. Golan’s morning course. Dr. Howard Golan maintains a busy private practice on Long Island that he shares with his father, Dr. Marshall Golan. He has his Mastership certification from the World Clinical Laser Institute. He is the cofounder of the Center for Laser Education and a faculty member with the World Clinical Laser Institute teaching.

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Hygienist Roundtable: Session 2 (Repeat) Course Code: 1230 Dr. Brian Gurinsky Dr. Michael Scheidt 8:30am-11:30am CE Credits: 3 This is a repeat of Drs. Gurinsky and Scheidt’s Thursday course. See Thursday for course description and speaker biographies.

Brand Yourself (and your Company) for Success: Session 1 Course Code: 1237 Ms. Milena Joy 8:30am-11:30am CE Credits: 3 Increase your bottom line by presenting an image that communicates the value of your business! What does your image say about you? What does your image say about your company? Successful companies know that everyone’s image, from first-year to senior-level employees, has an effect on the image and reputation of their company. Join certified image consultant and professional dress expert, Milena Joy, to discover what your image is saying (or not saying) about your personal and professional brand. Examine why it's so important and how to do something about it. Learn how to put it all together, from understanding the unspoken visual messages you’re projecting to tips on how to create stylish, modern looks that send the right messages and are appropriate for your business environment!

Brand Yourself (and your Company) for Success: Session 2 (Repeat) Course Code: 1238 Ms. Milena Joy 1:30pm-4:30pm CE Credits: 3 This is a repeat of Ms. Joy’s morning course. Ms. Milena Joy a certified image consultant, author and motivational speaker. She is founder of Milena Distinctive Image Consulting (MDIC). She co-authored ‘Inspired Style’. She is the co-host of the web and local TV series ‘What to Wear Where.’

Restoring Endodontically Treated Teeth: Session 1 Course Code: 1240 Dr. Rahim Karmali 8:30am-11:30am CE Credits: 3 Answer the challenging questions about the restoration of endodontically treated teeth. How do we decide if a tooth is restorable or not? Does every endodontically treated tooth really need a crown or a post? Does occlusion need to be modified? What are the best types of cuspal coverage restorations to use? Does endodontic treatment make teeth more brittle?

Restoring Endodontically Treated Teeth: Session 2 (Repeat) Course Code: 1275 Dr Rahim Karmali 1:30pm-4:30pm CE Credits: 3 This is a repeat of Dr. Karmali’s morning course.


Dr. Rahim Karmali attended the University of Washington School of Dentistry. Upon graduation, he joined the U.S. Navy. During that time, Dr. Karmali completed an intensive one year Advanced Education in General Dentistry residency and an additional two year endodontic residency.

S.M.A.R.T. Dentistry for Your Practice (Simplified Methods and Restorative Techniques) Course Code: 1243 Dr. Douglas Lambert 8:30am-11:30am CE Credits: 3 Make a big difference in both the day-to-day clinical efficiency of your practice and the overall success you desire for your patients by being a savvy decisionmaker in today’s economic environment. Learn how implementing the concept of S.M.A.R.T. (Simplified Methods and Restorative Techniques) dentistry can offer many fundamentals in both technique and material selection for you and your entire staff to meet or exceed these goals. Dr. Douglas Lambert graduated from the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry, where he received the Outstanding Senior Student and the Quintessence Awards. He has been recognized as one of the Top Educators by Dentistry Today each of the past 10 years. He is the team dentist for the Minnesota Lynx of the WNBA. THIS COURSE SPONSORED BY DENTSPLY CAULK.

Endodontic Fast Track: Diagnosis Course Code: 1245 Dr. Scott Maloney 1:30pm-2:30pm CE Credits: 1

Obtain an outstanding clinical result through initial proper diagnosis. Gain a thorough understanding of the possible diagnoses and which tests and clinical evidence lead to each of these.

Endodontic Fast Track: File Systems Course Code: 1246 Dr. Scott Maloney 2:30pm-3:30pm CE Credits: 1 Discuss the historical and current technologies involved in the root canal therapy and how they can be utilized in our own practices. We are constantly bombarded with new files and technology for cleaning the root canal system. Examine their inherent advantages and disadvantages and learn to ask the questions that will help you decide which is right for you. Is it best to stay with a system that you are familiar with or are you looking for the latest and greatest to keep up with current trends?

Endodontic Fast Track: What Else Does Endodontics Involve? Course Code: 1247 Dr. Scott Maloney 3:30pm-4:30pm CE Credits: 1 Discuss the proper utilization of modalities beyond just cleaning and shaping of the root canal system including apical surgery, internal bleaching and regeneration.

Dr. Scott Maloney is an Endodontist with Endodontics of Cherry Creek and DTC in Denver, Colorado. He served honorably in the U.S. Navy for nine years and attended the Naval Postgraduate Dental School where he completed his Master’s degree and specialty training in endodontics. He is a part time faculty member at the University of Colorado School of Dentistry.

Oral/Perioral Lesions and What To Do About Them When You Find Them: Part 1 Course Code: 1287 Dr. John McDowell 8:30am-11:30am CE Credits: 3 Review the Diagnostic Process (how to solve clinical problems). Learn how to interpret the patient’s medical history and chief complaint in the context of a clinical finding. Refresh your knowledge of clinical Descriptive Terminology (how to accurately describe lesions in the patient’s chart). Investigate lesions by location (where certain pathologic conditions are likely to occur and depending on the location, what the lesion is likely to be), gingival swellings /gum bumps (and what these “bumps” are likely to be), oral lichen planus, herpes, benign neoplasms, and malignant neoplasms.

Oral/Perioral Lesions and What To Do About Them When You Find Them: Part 2 Course Code: 1288 Dr. John McDowell 1:30pm-4:30pm CE Credits: 3 This is a continuation of Dr. McDowell’s morning course. Dr. John D. McDowell, MS, is a Professor and the Director, Oral Medicine and Forensic Sciences in the Department of Diagnostic and Biological Sciences at the University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine.

Choosing a Dental Camera System Course Code: 1294 Mr. Bill Moore 8:30am-11:30am CE Credits: 3 Simplify the process of selecting a dental camera system by discussing the three main components: THECamera, THELens, and THEFlash. Investigate the characteristics of each component separately and how they work together to make great dental images. Examine the features that are important to consider when choosing a system. Discover a dental photography workflow that provides predictable, consistent results with each image. Review both intra oral and dental portrait photography considerations. Get recommendations on dental photography "bundles." Be in a position to make an informed decision on the dental camera "system" that will work best for you.

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Before & After: Promoting Your Dentistry Through Exquisite Photography Course Code: 1295 Mr. Bill Moore 1:30pm-4:30pm CE Credits: 3 Learn techniques you can use to document and promote your dentistry. Through a combination of presentation and live demonstrations, learn the equipment you need and how to use it correctly; the basics of dental portrait photography; how to get predictable, consistent results with each and every image; how to get accurate color in each image; the basics of tethered shooting; how to manage and adjust your images for optimum presentation; how to output your images for the Web or patient presentations; how to make compelling slideshows of your images; printing your images for office consultations and display. Bring your questions to this fun and informative presentation! Mr. Bill Moore has experience ranging from photographing political events to providing information technology solutions to federal and state governments. He has worked with clients ranging from the U.S. Department of Defense to dental practices and photography studios. He has owned his own studio for 16 years. For 21 years he worked in sales at IBM with technical and sales teams on multimillion dollar opportunities, sales and engagements.

Personality Types in Dentistry: Session 1 Course Code: 1250 Dr. Matt Morano 8:30am-11:30am CE Credits: 3 (attendance limited) Examine aspects of your personality as they relate to how you get energized, interpret information, relate to significant others and colleagues, and deal with stress using the lens of the Myers-Briggs Type Inventory (MBTI). The goal of the workshop is to educate you about how your personality style interact with others’ styles and to have some fun. Learn to recognize areas of strength as well as areas of opportunities to improve with this interactive and informative program.

Personality Types in Dentistry: Session 2 (Repeat) Course Code: 1251 Dr. Matt Morano 1:30pm-4:30pm CE Credits: 3 (attendance limited) This is a repeat of Dr. Morano’s morning course. Dr. Matt Morano is the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs at UNC School of Dentistry.

Ethics and Life as a Dentist Course Code: 1252 Dr. David Nash 8:30am-11:30am CE Credits: 3

Learn to apply your knowledge, perceptual-motor skills and problem-solving abilities with integrity in the practice of dentistry. Discuss ethics in the broad context of life and discover how to apply the concepts of ethics to the profession of dentistry. Define ethics and differentiate it from two related but different concepts, religion and law. Continued on next page

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Continued from page 13 Examine why it makes sense to be ethical. Explore the concept of profession and the historical notion of what it means to be a professional. Draw contrasts between dentistry as professional and as business. Consider a comprehensive professional ethics for dentistry. Review the American Dental Association’s Principles of Ethics and Code of Professional Conduct.

Communicating Effectively with Kids: In the Office and at Home Course Code: 1253 Dr. David Nash 1:30pm-4:30pm CE Credits: 3 Gain children’s cooperation in providing oral health care through effective, therapeutic communication based on contemporary research in the fields of psychology and communication, notably from child psychologist, Haim Ginott. Discuss basic principles and skills that have been demonstrated to be effective in communicating with children. While a focus will be on the interaction of the dental team and children in a clinical environment, the skills advocated are applicable to the parent/child relationship. Learn to effectively relate to children by “talking so kids will listen and listening so kids will talk”. Dr. David Nash holds the William R. Willard Endowed Professorship of Dental Education in the College of Dentistry at the University of Kentucky, where he is a professor of pediatric dentistry. He is the coordinator for the College of Dentistry's professional ethics curriculum.

Complete Records Visit for the Chairside Assistant Course Code: 1258 Ms. Shannon Pace-Brinker 8:30am-11:30am CE Credits: 3 Learn the tools necessary to help assist your doctor(s) to reach the highest level of care for patients. Learn the essentials of the complete records visit. See Thursday for speaker biography.

Your Fantastic Dental Team, What Makes It Work?: Part 1 Course Code: 1262 Dr. Rhonda Savage 8:30am-11:30am CE Credits: 3

Complex Decision Making for Teeth and Implants In and Out of the Aesthetic Zone Course Code: 1264 Dr. Dennis Tarnow 8:30am-11:30am CE Credits: 3 Examine treatment planning of complex cases that require the highest level of knowledge and skill of the treating team. Learn to orchestrate procedures including proper sequencing and timing that make the difference. Be able to envision the final case before starting to know where the goal of treatment will be directed. Investigate, using this interdisciplinary approach, problems facing the team such as, which teeth to save or extract, should implants be placed immediately or in a delayed protocol, should multiple implants be placed in the aesthetic zone, when and how to include orthodontics if needed for sight development, should pink ceramic be used or should ridge augmentation be performed, should the case be splinted or broken up into separate bridges or individual teeth, how to provisionalize the case throughout treatment and when to immediate load cases versus do a serial extraction case.

Immediate Loading and Flapless Surgery: What We Should and Should Not Do Course Code: 1265 Dr. Dennis Tarnow 1:30pm-4:30pm CE Credits: 3 The controversy of immediately loading of implants still exists. Explore questions including: does putting a newly placed implant into occlusion make a difference in the success rate?; are there cases that can he immediately loaded without risk?; does immediate loading of implants in the maxilla and mandible and into fresh sockets have the same success rate as delayed loading?; does flap and flapless surgery have the same success rates?. Examine esthetic outcomes and pros and cons of “teeth in a day” and “all on four”. Dr. Dennis Tarnow is Director of Implant Education at the Columbia University College of Dental Medicine. He has a private practice in New York City and has been honored with a wing named after him at New York University College of Dentistry. THESE COURSES SPONSORED IN PART BY BUBBA’S DENTAL SUPPLY.

Optimize & Ergonomize Your Front Office: Session 1 Course Code: 1268 Ms. Bethany Valachi 8:30am-11:30am CE Credits: 3

Learn how to attain clinical excellence through comprehensive treatment planning. Discover how to attract and retain the ideal dental team. Get the four best tips in scheduling. Increase your effective communications. Examine systems of a successful practice: hygiene, reactivation, accounts receivables. Build fun and excitement into your practice while having a healthy bottom line!

Discover how to correct poor working postures and office layouts with easy ergonomic modifications. Investigate the ergonomic challenges in the front office that are oftentimes overlooked. In some practices, the musculoskeletal pain in the front office rivals that experienced by dental operators. If ignored, this pain can progress to become an injury or career-ending disability. Examine the pain “hot spots” of front-office personnel including the neck, shoulder, hand and wrist.

Your Fantastic Dental Team, What Makes It Work?: Part 2 Course Code: 1263 Dr. Rhonda Savage 1:30pm-4:30pm CE Credits: 3

Optimize & Ergonomize Your Front Office: Session 2 (Repeat) Course Code: 1276 Ms. Bethany Valachi 1:30pm-4:30pm CE Credits: 3

This is a continuation of Dr. Savage’s morning course.

This is a repeat of Ms. Valachi’s morning course.

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PREMIUM AND HANDS-ON COURSES (additional fees apply)

Friday, January 24, 2014

Dr. Kimberley Daxon

DAWSON ACADEMY: HANDS-ON: Hygienist’s Role in Supporting Complete Dentistry LOCATION: Mountain West Dental Institute* Course Code: 1302 8:30am-11:30am/1:00pm–5:00pm, Fri. & Sat. CE Credits: 14 - $1,300/pp for 2 Days (Limited attendance)

Ms. Joanne Schultz Bailey HANDS-ON: Oral Surgery Workshop LOCATION: Mountain West Dental Institute* Course Code: 1219 8:30am-11:30am CE Credits: 3 - $350/pp (Limited attendance)

HANDS-ON: Oral Surgery Suturing

Dr. Robert Edwab

LOCATION: Mountain West Dental Institute* Course Code: 1220 1:30pm-4:30pm CE Credits: 3 - $300/pp (Limited attendance)

HANDS-ON: Straightforward Ultrasonic Instrumentation LOCATION: Colorado Convention Center Course Code: 1292 1:30pm-4:30pm CE Credits: 3 - $79/pp (Limited attendance)

Enhance your knowledge of complete dentistry as it relates to periodontal health and occlusal stability with this two-day dental hygienist course. Learn that the key to long-term success of optimum health begins with a thorough understanding of the masticatory system and use of centric relation. Understand the complete exam process, identify signs of occlusal instability and learn how they relate to patients’ symptoms and periodontal disease through both hands-on exercises and lecture. Learn communication skills necessary to transition patients to a “complete” dental practice. Examine the hygienist’s vital role in bringing the practice full circle for the development of optimum oral health and longevity for all patients! Dr. Kimberley Daxon is a graduate of the University of North Carolina School of Dentistry in Chapel Hill. She joined the practice of Roach, DuPont, Wilkerson and Grundset Dentistry, P.A. in 1998. This practice is now known as Daxon & Grundset Dentistry. Ms. Joanne Schultz Bailey, RDH, joined the practice of Dr. Peter E. Dawson and Dr. Pete Roach in 1978. Her career consists of occlusion/perio based dentistry, with a focus on the importance of the whole masticatory system and how it relates to complete care dentistry.

Broaden your scope of practice and make oral surgery more enjoyable and income-producing with step-by-step techniques performed on fresh pig mandible. Review an outline of the procedure and get an introduction to the required instruments. Experience a full demonstration of the procedure by Dr. Edwab. Perform the surgical procedure on your own pig mandible. Learn to perform a frenectomy, biopsy, flap techniques and an I & D. Learn about suturing techniques as you work. Observe a demonstration of proper use of the cowhorn and Ash forceps as you extract anterior and posterior teeth along with the use of a rongeur when doing alveoplasties and root removals. All materials and instruments are supplied. - See Thursday for speaker biography. Learn when to use silk, gut, chromic and synthetic resorbable suture materials. Learn interrupted suture techniques including interrupted, continuous, horizontal mattress, and the figure of eight interrupted suture. Discover how to repair a split lip in three layers and a lacerated tongue involving two layers. Examine how to suture closed envelope flaps around teeth and those flaps with a releasing incision. All the procedures will be done on pig mandibles which will offer attendees similar clinical surgical situations. All materials including gloves, sutures, instruments and pig mandibles are supplied. - See Thursday for speaker biography.

Learn the fundamentals and clinical techniques to ensure you possess the skills needed when using ultrasonic devices to treat periodontal disease. Discuss the changes that have occurred in the treatment of periodontal disease and its impact on the use of power scalers. Receive instruction on the use and sequencing of a variety of ultrasonic inserts for the purpose of complete periodontal debridement. Adapt an assortment of inserts on a typodont to fully comprehend the instrumentation principles presented in the workshop. See morning course for speaker biography. Products provided by DENTSPLY Professional.

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PREMIUM AND HANDS-ON COURSES (additional fees apply)

Friday, January 24, 2014

HANDS-ON: Recipe for Success:

Restoring Minimally Invasive Preps to Quadrants with Today’s Resin Technology Workshop

Dr. Douglas Lambert

LOCATION: Colorado Convention Center Course Code: 1244 1:30pm-4:30pm CE Credits: 3 - $250/pp (Limited attendance)

HANDS-ON: The Art of Facebow Transfer, Pouring and Mounting Models

Ms. Shannon Pace-Brinker

LOCATION: Colorado Convention Center Course Code: 1259 1:30pm-4:30pm CE Credits: 3 - $79/pp (Limited attendance)

HANDS-ON: Endodontics

for the General Practitioner: “What, When, Why and How?” LOCATION: Colorado Convention Center Course Code: 1298 8:30am-11:30am 1:30pm-4:30pm CE Credits: 12 for both days - $1199/pp

Dr. John West

Includes Fri. & Sat. (Limited attendance)

Learn a “Recipe for Success” based on clinical fundamentals, coupled with the integration of current technologies and materials, to yield simple, reproducible, and efficient techniques for composite restorations. Gain practical knowledge and be able to transfer the techniques learned to your daily practices. See morning course for speaker biography. THIS COURSE SPONSORED BY DENTSPLY CAULK.

Become current and knowledgeable in materials science and be proficient in the various step-by-step procedures that are now required to deliver state-of-the-art dentistry to the patient. Increase your artistic skill and satisfaction by learning about materials and techniques that can help deliver to the patient the best dentistry has to offer! See Thursday for speaker biography. Products provided by Whipmix and GC America.

Learn masterful endodontic skills that can be immediately implemented into your treatment day plus make it fun! At the conclusion of the day, you will be able to: unravel the toothache headache; understand the endodontic Rules of Nature; design successful access cavities; prepare a Glidepath for safe Rotary and Reciprocation Shaping; clean root canal systems in 3D; and make a conefit for consistent 3D obturation. Requirement: Participants must bring six accessed mature extracted teeth. Do not mount in plaster. Dr. John West received his DDS from the University of Washington where he is an Affiliate Associate Professor and his MSD in Endodontics at Boston University where he is a clinical instructor. He has a private practice in Tacoma, Washington and is the founder and director of the Center for Endodontics. THIS COURSE SPONSORED IN PART BY DENTSPLY TULSA. Microscopes Provided by Global Surgical.

SCHEDULE AT A GLANCE Saturday, January 25, 2014

COURSES 1:30pm-4:30pm

PREMIUM & HANDS-ON COURSES

Diagnosis, Planning and Treatment Using New Technology Dr. Paul Feuerstein 1:30pm-4:30pm

DAWSON ACADEMY: HANDS-ON: Hygienist’s Role in Supporting Complete Dentistry Dr. Kimberley Daxon Ms. Joanne Schultz Bailey 8:30am-11:30am/1:00pm–5:00pm, Fri. & Sat.

8:30am-11:30am Diagnosis, Planning and Treatment Using New 3D Technology Workshop Dr. Paul Feuerstein 8:30am-11:30am

Pills, Pastes, Potions and Lotions Dr. Randy Huffines 8:30am-11:30am

Hit Man vs. Healer: Implementing Disruptive Innovations: Part 1 Dr. John Kois 8:30am-11:30am

To Use or Not to Use: When is the Question? Seamless Product and Technology Integration for the Dental Hygienist Ms. Kimberly Miller 8:30am-11:30am

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Oral Sex and Oral Cancer Dr. Randy Huffines 1:30pm-4:30pm

Hit Man vs. Healer: Implementing Disruptive Innovations: Part 2 Dr. John Kois 1:30pm-4:30pm

Periodontal Therapy for Todays’ Dental Hygienist: Incoporating the Medical Model into Daily Practice! Ms. Kimberly Miller 1:30pm-4:30pm

HANDS-ON: Crown Lengthening: Creating Predictable Restorations Dr. James Kohner 8:30am-4:30pm

HANDS-ON: Endodontic Mechanics for the General Practitioner: “What and How to Do It When?” Dr. John West 8:30am-11:30am/1:30pm-4:30pm, Fri. & Sat.

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Saturday, January 25, 2014 Diagnosis, Planning and Treatment Using New 3D Technology Workshop Course Code: 1222 Dr. Paul Feuerstein 8:30am-11:30am CE Credits: 3 Follow the workflow from digital impressions, Conebeam CT, implant and restoration planning and lab processes all with the latest digital devices including CAD/CAM. Examine the latest high-tech dental developments and discuss in a non-sales, roundtable, academy setting. Many of the actual products, devices and software will be present in the room beginning with digital diagnostics, 3-D impression devices, CAD/CAM systems, cone beam volumetric technology, software, implant simulation, related laboratory services and equipment and other exciting emerging products. Get an up close look at all these technologies.

Diagnosis, Planning and Treatment Using New Technology Course Code: 1223 Dr. Paul Feuerstein 1:30pm-4:30pm CE Credits: 3 Investigate new emerging technology products and processes for everyday practice. Examine and discuss high-tech dental developments using specific examples, many from Dr Feuerstein's practice. Follow the workflow from digital impressions, Conebeam CT, implant and restoration planning as well as the latest lab processes including CAD/CAM. Dr. Paul Feuerstein is the technology editor of Dental Economics Magazine, tech writer for the Journal of the Massachusetts Dental Society and one of the ADA technology lecturers. He maintains a general practice in Massachusetts.

Pills, Pastes, Potions, and Lotions Course Code: 1233 Dr. Randy Huffines 8:30am-11:30am CE Credits: 3 Hold on to your seats and join Randy for a fastpaced comprehensive update on adult dental pharmacotherapy. Learn to intelligently choose between the vast numbers of therapeutic agents available for treating common oral conditions you encounter in daily dental practice. Learn techniques to avoid potentially dangerous medication interactions. Evaluate resources you should have in your office to aid you in quickly and more effectively making decisions in pharmacotherapy. Learn the essential bottom line information on antibiotics, antivirals, antifungals, analgesics, herbals, probiotics, local anesthetics, sedative-hypnotics, anxiolytics, immunotherapeutics, anticoagulants, thrombolytics, anticaries agents and more.

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Oral Sex and Oral Cancer Course Code: 1234 Dr. Randy Huffines 1:30pm-4:30pm CE Credits: 3 Investigate what is known about the human papillomavirus (HPV) and head and neck cancers in this evidence-based presentation. Be able to correctly answer questions from your patients about this topic. Receive an update on non-HPV cancers. Examine prevention, new diagnostic technologies, advances in radiotherapy and chemotherapy, root caries, maxillofacial prosthetics, management of xerostomia, and controversies in hyperbaric oxygen use. Gain a comprehensive understanding of the field of oral oncology from a clinician involved in every aspect of this challenging area of dental practice. Make a huge difference in the quality of life for these patients with the correct techniques. Dr. Randy F. Huffines is one of only a handful of practicing clinicians in the United States who has completed a two-year postdoctoral Fellowship in Geriatric Dentistry. This is in addition to the DDS he received in 1983 from the University of Tennessee. For the past 25 years he has treated older and medically complex adults in a traditional private practice, in hospitals and in nursing homes.

Hit Man vs. Healer: Implementing Disruptive Innovations: Part 1 Course Code: 1241 Dr. John Kois 8:30am-11:30am CE Credits: 3 Investigate the fundamental rationale for a comprehensive treatment approach as a longterm strategy for dental health commensurate with an enhanced level of wellness for our patients. Understanding parameters of disease expression is sometimes confused because of misguided science or parameters that have led to patient adaptation. Examine the new challenges for both the dentist and the patient of formulating specific treatment needs based on an individual’s risk assessment. Until we have more objective data with better metrics, much of our clinical decision making will remain emotionally driven and empirical. This reliance, in turn, will make us more vulnerable to moral and ethical deliberations that are often confused with our inability to make a proper diagnosis. Reduce the confusion that has been created in our profession with this program.

To Use or Not to Use: When is the Question? Seamless Product and Technology Integration for the Dental Hygienist Course Code: 1248 Ms. Kimberly Miller 8:30am-11:30am CE Credits: 3 Learn to quickly assess individual patient needs and concerns while identifying opportunities for product and technology integration during continuing care and periodontal maintenance visits! Walk away with many tips and techniques along with verbal skills to enhance patient care, increase case acceptance and integrate state of the art technology and products into everyday clinical practice.

Periodontal Therapy for Todays’ Dental Hygienist: Incoporating the Medical Model into Daily Practice! Course Code: 1249 Ms. Kimberly Miller 1:30pm-4:30pm CE Credits: 3 Learn to assess periodontal disease using current science based investigative tools and factoring in data from chart notes, patient’s personal level of risk, radiographs and current clinical data during this interactive program. Co-diagnose with your patients and help them differentiate between health and disease in their own mouths. Learn effective means of treating periodontal disease by creating personalized treatment plans which support comprehensive care including restorative and aesthetic options. Improve your clinical results, increase your professional satisfaction and patient relationships tenfold by uncovering disease and making a difference in the health and wellness of your patients. Ms. Kimberly Miller, RDH, BSDH is the co-founder of PerioFrogz.com, a source for oral systemic research. She is a published author and columnist for RDH Magazine. In addition to clinical practice, Kim has 20 years of coaching experience.

Hit Man vs. Healer: Implementing Disruptive Innovations: Part 2 Course Code: 1242 Dr. John Kois 1:30pm-4:30pm CE Credits: 3 This is a continuation of Dr. Kois’ morning course. Dr. John C. Kois received his DMD from the University of Pennsylvania, School of Dental Medicine and Certificate in Periodontal Prosthodontics with a MSD from the University of Washington, School of Dentistry. He maintains a private practice limited to Prosthodontics in Tacoma and Seattle and is an Affiliate Professor in the Graduate Restorative Program at the University of Washington. In addition, he continues to work with restorative dentists at the Kois Center, a didactic and clinical teaching program.

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PREMIUM AND HANDS-ON COURSES (additional fees apply)

Saturday, January 25, 2014

DAWSON ACADEMY: HANDS-ON: Hygienist’s Role in Supporting Complete Dentistry LOCATION: Mountain West Dental Institute* Course Code: 1303 8:30am-11:30am/1:00pm–5:00pm, Fri. & Sat. CE Credits: 14 - $1,300/pp for 2 Days (Limited attendance) This is a continuation of Fridays Dawson course.

Dr. Kimberley Daxon

See Friday for course description and speaker biographies.

Ms. Joanne Schultz Bailey HANDS-ON: Crown Lengthening: Creating Predictable Restorations (Full Day) LOCATION: Mountain West Dental Institute* Course Code: 1283 8:30am-4:30pm CE Credits: 6 - $450/pp

Dr. James Kohner

Learn how to enhance predictability for your restorations and impressions during this in-depth look at the evidence-based concepts and practical applications for Clinical Crown Lengthening. Gain the peace of mind that you are current in your treatment planning choices. Discuss techniques for both Functional and Esthetic Crown Lengthening. This workshop is suitable for clinicians with or without surgical experience, who want to do some or most of

their own crown extensions or just want to know more about the subject. Dr. James Kohner has over 35 years in private practice and more than 20 years teaching to a wide range of audiences all over the US and eight foreign countries. He has been teaching for the Perio Institute since 2003 and is currently a Visiting Professor at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine.

HANDS-ON Endodontic Mechanics for the General Practitioner: “What and How to Do It When?” LOCATION: Colorado Convention Center Course Code: 1299 8:30am-11:30am/1:30pm-4:30pm CE Credits: 12 - $1199/pp – Fri. & Sat. (Limited attendance)

Dr. John West

Stay out of trouble with Rotary and Reciprocation endodontics. Make the easy cases easier and stretch your cleaning, shaping and obturation skills so that you will be able to produce competent, consistent and confident results that are measurable and sustainable. At the conclusion of this hands-on course, you will be able to: understand proper endodontic access cavities; find, follow and finish all canals; make a Glidepath for safe, easy, simple and super-efficient mechanical shaping;

clean root canal systems in 3D; and make a conefit for 3D obturation. Requirement: Participants must bring six accessed mature extracted teeth. Do not mount in plaster. See Friday for speaker biography. THIS COURSE SPONSORED IN PART BY DENTSPLY TULSA. Microscopes Provided by Global Surgical.

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Receive prominent recognition on the donor wall based on the amount donated. You can choose to have your company name and logo, individual donor name and/or an honorary or memorial tribute including your name. Customizable spaces are available. The dollar amount contributed will be indicated by name.

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Benefactors Column $2,000 to $4,999 (Individual or Corporate) Receive permanent recognition prominently on the donor wall for your generous contribution. Your colleagues, customers and the local dental community will all be recognized here for their part in helping to establish a premier learning facility and new home for the Metro Denver Dental Foundation and Society. Patrons Column $500 to $1,999 (Individual or Corporate) Receive permanent recognition on the donor wall for your generous contribution. You will be recognized here for your part in helping to establish a premier learning facility and new home for the Metro Denver Dental Foundation and Society. Don’t be left out! Presidential Column – $1,000 Metro Denver Dental Society, Colorado Dental Association and American Dental Association Past Presidents have a special place of recognition in the facility. For your contribution of $1,000, you will show your continued support and commitment to organized dentistry. Your name will be prominently displayed in the Presidential Column of the donor wall. Only those who have served organized dentistry at the highest levels will have their names placed in this exclusive area.

City, St, / Zip Code__________________________________ Phone ____________________________________________ Fax | Email________________________________________ Pledge Information_________________________________ I (we) pledge $__________________ to be paid as follows: $_______ in 2013* $_______ in 2014* $________ in 2015* *The payment will be made: ☐now ☐monthly ☐quarterly ☐yearly I (we) plan to make this contribution in the form of: ☐cash ☐check ☐credit card Credit card number________________________________ Exp. date |Verification code_________________________ Credit card billing address__________________________ Name on credit card________________________________ Authorized signature_______________________________

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Acknowledgement Information Please indicate below how you would like your name and or company/practice name to appear on the donor wall (if gift amount is eligible): __________________________________________________ ☐I (we) wish to have our gift remain anonymous. __________________________________________________ Signature(s) Date Please make checks, or other gifts payable to: The Metro Denver Dental Society or MDDS 925 Lincoln Street, Unit B Denver, CO 80203 phone: (303) 488-9700 fax: (303) 488-0177

5. Executive Conference Room – $20,000 – The “Your Name/Practice Name” Conference Room, designated by a large sign and informational plaque with a photo and bio. 6. Banquet Hall – $20,000 – The “Your Name/Practice Name” Banquet Hall, designated by a large sign and informational plaque with a photo and bio. 7. Metro Denver Dental Foundation Headquarters – $20,000 – Graciously funded by “Your Name/Practice Name” designated by a large sign on main wall of office hallway and informational plaque with a photo and bio. 8. MDDS Executive Suite – $10,000 – The “Your Name/Practice Name” Executive Suite, designated by large sign and informational plaque with a photo and bio.

Don’t see what you are looking for? Give us a call for a custom sponsorship. Naming rights are not a deductible charitable donation due to MDDS’s status as a 501(c)(6) membership organization. However, they may be able to be written off as a business and/or marketing expense. Please consult your tax advisor for information specific to your situation. *Subject to contract stipulations regarding early termination/breach **Naming rights can be shared/cost split with a partner of your finding (for example, “The Dr. Joe Smith & Dr. John Doe Auditorium”)

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Elizabeth Price, MBA, CAE, CDE Executive Director (303) 488-9700 | director@mddsdentist.com Jason Mauterer Director of Marketing & Communication (303) 488-9700 | jmauterer@mddsdentist.com


EXPO HALL METRO DENVER DENTAL SOCIETY PRESENTS:

Mountain West Dental Institute

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CPR/AED Training - Life Rescue CPR Essential Occlusion For The General Dentist

Special Feature

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Introduction To Dental Sleep Medicine

27 - Dr. Barry Glassman

Friday, September 27, 2013

SEPT

Advanced Dental Sleep Medicine

28 (prerequisite required) - Dr. Barry Glassman Saturday, September 28, 2013

OCT

Clinical Photography to Change Your Practice Right

11 Now - Dr. Glenn Krieger OCT

OCT

Exhibitor Search and Expo Hall Floor Plan

AFFILIATED GROUP EVENTS

Behavioral Guidance Emphasizing

26 Immobilization/Protective Stabilization - Dr. Nelle Barr & Dr. Betty Barr Saturday, October 26, 2013

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Be sure to stop by and unwind with colleagues and exhibitors at Thursday afternoon’s reception held in the Expo Hall. You’ll have the opportunity to catch up with friends, spend some one-on-one time with exhibitors and enjoy complimentary beer, wine and soda while supplies last.

Decoding CADCAM and Digital Impression Friday, October 18, 2013

NOV

Expo Hall Reception Thursday, January 23 4:00pm – 5:30pm

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

CPR/AED Training - Life Rescue CPR

18 Systems - Dr. Todd Schoenbaum OCT

10:00am – 5:30pm 10:00am – 5:30pm 10:00am – 2:00pm

Plan your shopping list in advance! Go to rmdconline.com and print a custom map of the exhibit floor with your preferred exhibitors and their booth numbers. Continue to visit the website rmdconline.com as the convention draws near to catch all the latest RMDC specials the exhibitors are offering.

Friday, October 11, 2013

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Expo Hall Days & Hours Thursday Friday Saturday

26 - Dr. Barry Glassman SEPT

As part of your convention registration, you gain unlimited access to the Expo Hall. More than 275 exhibiting companies will be showcasing the latest in dental technology, products and services. Stay ahead of the curve by exploring the innovative new products being displayed in the Expo Hall.

A special component of 2014 RMDC are breakfasts, luncheons and receptions held by professional dental organizations. These events provide a wonderful opportunity to meet and network with your colleagues, classmates and friends. Some groups even get a little business done in the process! Visit rmdconline. com to view the details of events being held.

Frontline TMJ and Facial Pain Therapy for Every Practice - American Academy of Facial Esthetics Thursday, November 7, 2013

NOV

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Botulinum Toxin (Xeomin, Dysport, Botox) and Dermal Filler Training Level I - American Academy of Facial Esthetics Friday-Saturday, November 8-9, 2013

NOV

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Botulinum Toxin (Xeomin, Dysport, Botox) and Dermal Filler Training Level II - American Academy of Facial Esthetics Friday-Saturday, November 8-9, 2013

DEC

Nitrous Oxide/Oxygen Administration

13 Certification Training - Dr. Jerome Greene Friday-Saturday, December 13-14, 2013

FEB

Basic Radiation Education for Unlicensed Dental

21 Personnel - Dr. Brad Potter Friday, February 21, 2014

APR

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APR

HANDS-ON: Veneers - Dr. Ariel Raigrodski Friday, April 4, 2014

HANDS-ON: Laser Perio for Hygienists

11 - Dr. Robert Convissar Friday, April 11, 2014

You can find more details on all of these events at

mddsdentist.com

The MWDI is owned and operated by the Metro Denver Dental Society Metro Denver Dental Society | 925 Lincoln St., Unit B | Denver, CO 80203 | (303) 488-9700

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REGISTRATION CATEGORIES Category Code

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Category Code

A MDDS Member

$0*

$0*

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B CDA Member

$275

$295

C ADA Member

$275

$295

$315 L Dental Hygienist $315 M Chairside Assistant

D Active Duty Military**

$275

$295

$315 N Front Office Personnel

E Foreign Dental Association Member**

$275

$295

$315 O Laboratory Technician

$275

$295

$315

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$0

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Family Member (Expo Hall Only)

Fee Courses/Events* Friday, January 24 - Saturday, January 25, 2014 These two-day courses include your convention registration

THE DAWSON ACADEMY HANDS-ON: Hygienist’s Role in Supporting Complete Dentistry - TWO DAY COURSE HANDS-ON: Endodontics for the General Practitioner: “What, When, Why and How?” – Friday HANDS-ON: Endodontic Mechanics for the General Practitioner: “What and How to do it when?” – Saturday - TWO DAY COURSE Thursday, January 23, 2014

Instructor(s)

Course Code

Fee

Dr. Kimberley Daxon Ms. Joanne Schultz Bailey, RDH

1302 & 1303

$1,300/pp

Dr. John West

1298 & 1299

$1,199/pp

Instructor(s)

Course Code

Fee

THE DAWSON ACADEMY: Treatment Planning the Worn Dentition

Dr. John Cranham

1301

$499/pp

HANDS-ON: Are Teeth Sexy? Only If They Have Great Shape!

Dr. Corky Willhite

1281

$250/pp

HANDS-ON: Adding Incisal Length for Function and Esthetics

Dr. Corky Willhite

1282

$250/pp

Instructor(s)

Course Code

Fee

HANDS-ON: Oral Surgery Workshop

Dr. Robert Edwab

1219

$350/pp

HANDS-ON: Oral Surgery Suturing

Dr. Robert Edwab

1220

$300/pp

HANDS-ON: Straightforward Ultrasonic Instrumentation

Ms. Cynthia Fong

1292

$79/pp

Dr. Douglas Lambert

1244

$250/pp

Ms. Shannon Pace-Brinker

1259

$79/pp

Instructor(s)

Course Code

Fee

Dr. James Kohner

1283

Friday, January 24, 2014

HANDS-ON: Recipe for Success: Restoring Minimally Invasive Preps to Quadrants with Today’s Resin Technology Workshop HANDS-ON: The Art of Facebow Transfer, Pouring and Mounting Models Saturday, January 25, 2014 HANDS-ON: Crown Lengthening: Creating Predictable Restorations

DON'T DELAY, REGISTER TODAY! Fax in the form on page 23, or register online at rmdconline.com

$450/pp

*Registering for a fee course/event does not constitute confirmation in the fee course/event. Attendance in these courses is limited and awarded on a first-come, first-served basis.

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2014 RMDC Registration Kit & Program  

This is the early program and registration kit for the 2014 Rocky Mountain Dental Convention