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Pacific Dental Conference

Vancouver Convention Centre – West Building

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Conference Welcome

Marke Pedersen Director, PDC

Hank Klein President, BCDA

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Sophie Crosby Coulson President, CDABC

2012 Organizing Group Marke Pedersen, DDS, BSc Director

Conference Welcome

Welcome to the 2012 Pacific Dental Conference! With over 117 speakers presenting and a varied selection of sessions to choose from, the PDC continues to offer our participants the widest selection of quality continuing education programming in Western Canada. Your entire dental team’s educational needs will be met with the programming offered up by our outstanding roster of speakers from Canada, the United States and outside North America. Take the opportunity to refine your clinical and practice excellence, participate in personal development courses and, of course, meet with your colleagues in a spectacular environment. Each year we strive to improve the conference in a variety of ways. On the technology end, we hope that you will move forward with us by downloading the PDC App, using the unique on site Wayfinder touch screens to find your way to sessions and specific exhibitors and staying connected and up to date by following us on Twitter. One of the major highlights of the PDC is the Exhibit Hall. With over 246 exhibitors occupying 549 booths, you’re guaranteed to find the latest and largest range of products and services for your practice. The Exhibit Hall provides an excellent opportunity for you to compare products and services from the leading companies in the dental industry. We encourage you to support our exhibitors as they are a large part of the continued success of this annual conference. The Live Dentistry Stage is once again in place with some excellent live demonstration programming planned over the two days – be sure to stop by. This year will see the return of the So You Think You Can Speak? Series for its third year. We have 18 presentations lined up for this Saturday program – please come by and show your support for these budding speakers. Before the Saturday sessions commence, consider joining us for the Saturday Morning Breakfast Session featuring Shaun Majumder. In keeping with our Canadian comedian theme for this Saturday session, Shaun Majumder is a perfect choice as one of the Canadian comedy scene’s top young stand-ups. Don’t forget the Thursday Wine Tasting Event as well as the Friday Night Social Event that provide the perfect opportunity to catch up with friends and colleagues in a fun social setting. Be sure to take some time to enjoy what it has to offer. Access to the Stanley Park Seawall is just outside the door of the Convention Centre, top notch restaurants are just steps away and unique vacation opportunities abound. On behalf of the myself and the PDC Organizing Group, we hope you have a great 2012 conference! Learn and enjoy!

Nazeem Kanani, DDS Ray Fong, DDS Exhibit Coordinators K. Tony Gill, DMD Peter Kearney, DDS Mark Spurr, DDS Bruce Ward, DDS Scientific Program Coordinators Penny Hatzimanolakis, RDH, BDSc, MSc BC Dental Hygienists’ Association Christine Thirwell, CDA Certified Dental Assistants of BC

Pacific Dental Conference Staff Shannon Brown Leigh-Anne Barratt Robyn Campbell Ken Chan Dave Hawthorne

Margit Strobl Chair, BCDHA

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Contents

Contents

Welcome from Pacific Dental Conference.......................................................................................... 3 Contents............................................................................................................................................. 5 General Information............................................................................................................................ 6 Conference Information...................................................................................................................... 7 Registration/Continuing Education Information.................................................................................. 7 Hotels/Parking and Lunch Information............................................................................................... 9 Navigate the Convention Centre...................................................................................................... 10 Live Dentistry Stage..........................................................................................................................11 Alumni Meetings............................................................................................................................... 13 Social Events.................................................................................................................................... 14 Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry Annual Meeting.....................................................................15 Alphabetical Index of Speakers................................................................................................. 16 - 18 Topic Index of Sessions and Speakers...................................................................................... 20 - 28 Hands-On Courses (Limited Attendance)........................................................................................ 31 - 41 Invisalign Courses............................................................................................................................. 37 Thursday Open Sessions.......................................................................................................... 42 - 57 Friday Open Sessions............................................................................................................... 58 - 71 Robert Hicks Memorial Lecture........................................................................................................ 58 Spectrum Pacific Techno-Clinical 8th Annual Meeting..................................................................... 73 So You Think You Can Speak? Series III.................................................................................. 74 - 77 Saturday Open Sessions........................................................................................................... 78 - 81 Exhibit Hall Floor Plan............................................................................................................... 82 - 83 Exhibitor Listings....................................................................................................................... 84 - 89 Exhibitor Products..................................................................................................................... 89 - 93

Sessions are at the following venues:

Vancouver Convention Centre - West Building and Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel

Go Green! Win Green!

If you took transit to get to the conference you can enter your transfer to win $500.00 from Scotiabank! Just write your name and phone number on your fare ticket, or if you have a return fare or monthly pass, then use the entry form provided. Then drop into the green drawbox in the Exhibit Hall.

The Pacific Dental Conference wishes to thank the following companies CDSPI for their sponsorship of the attendee bags

Henry Schein for their sponsorship of the lanyards

$500 Scotiabank prize

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General Information Conference Venues

This year, our conference venues include the Vancouver Convention Centre - West Building, and the Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel. Refer to the map on page 9 or your “Conference at a Glance” insert for venue locations.

General Information

Registration Area

The registration area is located in the lobby area of Level 1 of the Vancouver Convention Centre. If you have received your official name badge by mail, please proceed to the attendee bag pick-up table. The attendee bag and program pick-ups are located in the foyer, outside the ballrooms on Level 1 of the Vancouver Convention Centre.

Lunch

Adding Courses or Special Events

Hands-On courses or special events may be added, subject to availability, until midnight Friday, February 24th, 2012 online (www.pdconf.com) and at the registration area on-site. Use your ID and password to access your Pacific Dental Conference account and indicate which sessions or events you would like to add. You can then view your new account balance and make the necessary payments. If you did not receive a ID and password, please email info@pdconf.com for instructions. All session information is included in your badge barcode and is automatically updated when you add courses.

Room Capacity

A complimentary lunch is served at the Vancouver Convention Centre in the Exhibit Hall. Please follow the direction of the convention centre staff and lunch area signage. Student and Exhibits Only registration categories do not qualify for the complimentary lunches.

All rooms are set to the maximum capacity allowed by the fire code. Seating space is limited and cannot be guaranteed for open sessions. These are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Rooms open 30 minutes prior to the program time. Please be considerate by silencing your cellular phone prior to entering any of the sessions.

Exhibit Hall Reception

Attire

The Exhibit Hall reception will feature beer, wine and nonalcoholic refreshments at stations located throughout the Exhibit Hall. Your badge entitles you to two (2) free drinks. Receptions will be held Thursday and Friday between 4:00pm to 5:15pm. Student and Exhibits Only registration categories do not qualify for the complimentary drinks.

Session Information

Open sessions are available to all registered conference attendees with the exception of the Exhibits Only category. No additional fee is charged for these sessions. Hands-On courses restrict the number of participants and require additional registration. Registration in these courses is limited and may be reserved through your Pacific Dental Conference online account.

Please note that temperatures may vary in the meeting rooms. Consider dressing in layers.

Coffee Breaks

There are no scheduled coffee breaks during the sessions. Water stations will be provided in or near all meeting rooms.

Child Care Policy

Children are not permitted in any of the conference session rooms or in the Exhibit Hall. Infants are permitted in the Exhibit Hall in a “snugglie” only and strollers are strictly prohibited. The conference venues do not provide daycare, please check with your hotel concierge for these services.

Audio CD’s

Selected sessions will be recorded and made available at the Multiview booth in the registration area or after the conference. Click on the PDoc logo on our homepage www.pdconf.com.

Disclaimer

The Pacific Dental Conference makes every effort to present high calibre speakers in their respective areas of expertise. Inclusion of these speakers at the Pacific Dental Conference in no way implies endorsement of any product, technique or service described in the course of their presentations. The Pacific Dental Conference specifically disclaims responsibility for any material presented.

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Registration

Continuing Education

Conference Name Badge

It is the responsibility of each individual to submit their own report to their provincial authority.

Reprinted Name Badges

If you note any errors on the name badge when you receive your 2012 badge, contact the Pacific Dental Conference. Badges returned to the office before February 24th, 2012 will be reprinted at no charge. After February 24th, 2012, incorrect badges will be reprinted on-site for a $15 charge. The incorrect badge must be returned. If the original badge is not returned, there will be a $35 charge to reprint the badge.

Refund Policy

Refund requests received in writing prior to February 4th, 2012, are subject to a $25 administration fee plus HST. After February 4th, 2012, no refunds will be granted.

Registration Information Tuesday, March 6, 2012 On-site Registration

2:00pm-6:00pm

Wednesday, March 7, 2012 On-site Registration

7:00am-7:00pm

Thursday, March 8, 2012 On-site Registration Scientific Program Exhibit Hall

7:30am-6:00pm 8:30am-4:30pm 8:30am-6:00pm

Friday, March 9, 2012 On-site Registration Scientific Program Exhibit Hall

7:30am-6:00pm 8:30am-4:30pm 8:30am-5:30pm

Saturday, March 10, 2012 On-site Registration Scientific Program Invisalign Clear Essentials I Invisalign Clear Essentials II

7:30am-4:00pm 8:30am-4:00pm 8:00am-5:00pm 8:00am-4:00pm

Hotel Phone Numbers

Delta Vancouver Suites (604) 689-8188 Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel (604) 895-0612 Fairmont Waterfront Hotel (604) 691-1991 Metropolitan Hotel Vancouver (604) 687-1122 Pan Pacific Hotel (604) 662-8111 Renaissance Vancouver Hotel Harbourside (604) 689-9211 Vancouver Marriott Pinnacle Hotel (604) 684-1128

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The Pacific Dental Conference will scan attendee badges for those from outside BC in and out of all sessions. This will create the official attendance record for the conference. This record will be available on-site at the continuing education kiosk or online from your Pacific Dental Conference account after the conference.

British Columbia Registrants

For Dentists and Certified Dental Assistants (CDAs) registered/ certified in BC, CE credits may be accrued as follows: 1. Hour-for-hour credit, to a maximum of 5 hours, for general attendance at the conference/exhibits and 2. Hour-for-hour credit, based on individual session attendance. A PDC CE form must be completed and submitted to the College of Dental Surgeons of BC. PDC CE forms for dentists and CDAs are available online at www.cdsbc.org and at the CDSBC booth inside the Exhibit Hall. Delegates can submit credits through the CDSBC website, or can email completed CE forms to ce@cdsbc.org, mail them to CDSBC, or fax them to 604-736-3843 or toll-free 1-866-734-9448. Note: You must attend the conference to be able to receive credits. Some sessions may not be eligible for CE. This final Conference Program indicates which courses have been approved by the CDSBC to be eligible for CE credit by the following symbols: CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Registraion / Continuing Education

An official name badge is required for entry into all courses and the Exhibit Hall. All registration information is encoded in the barcode on the name badge. Registration information includes all open sessions as well as admission to the Exhibit Hall, lunch* on Thursday and Friday, and beverages* at the trade show receptions. *Lunch and beverages not included for Student and Exhibits Only registration categories.

BC Dental Hygienists receive hour-for-hour credit, to a maximum of 5 hours, for general attendance at the conference/exhibits and hour-forhour credit for individually attended courses. Hygienists should include their conference information in their CE submission to the College of Dental Hygienist of BC.

Attendees Who Require Electronic Record of Attendance

Registrants should consult with their regulatory authorities for CE credit requirements. It is the responsibility of each individual requiring a conference CE report to be scanned in and out of every session to ensure accurate reporting for CE credits. Individual CE attendance reports should be printed off at the conference or downloaded from the PDC website.

Alberta & Saskatchewan Registrants

Electronic Reports of attendance will be forwarded to the Alberta Dental Association and College, College of Alberta Dental Assistants Association, the Saskatchewan College of Dental Surgeons. (Make sure you are scanned in and out of every session) Alberta Registered Dental Hygienists must submit their conference attendance information directly to the CRDHA within 120 days. Continuing Competence Program credits are determined by the CRDHA Competence Committee. Some courses may not be eligible for credit.

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West Building

Canada Line SkyTrain–2 blocks from the Vancouver Convention Centre (Waterfront to Airport in 25 minutes) The Expo and Millennium SkyTrain Lines

Conference Hotels Rim Hotel (Fairmont) 1 Pacific 1038 Canada Place

Lunches

Lunches will be served at the Vancouver Convention Centre - West Building. Signage will clearly mark the serving locations. Lunch is available from 11:00am to 12:30pm on both Thursday and Friday. After lunch you can visit the Exhibit Hall and check out over 500 exhibit booths! Lunch is included for all registered attendees except Student and Exhibits Only registration categories.

Exhibit Hall Hours

Thursday, March 8, 8:30am–6:00pm Friday, March 9, 8:30am–5:30pm

Exhibit Hall Features

• Exhibit Hall reception 4:00pm to 5:15pm both days • 540 exhibit booths • Over 267 exhibiting companies • Live Dentistry Stage

Pacific Hotel 2 Pan 300-999 Canada Place Waterfront Hotel (Fairmont) 3 900 Canada Place

4 Vancouver Marriott Pinnacle Downtown Hotel 1128 West Hastings Street

Vancouver Hotel Harbourside 5 Renaissance 1133 West Hastings Street Metropolitan Hotel Vancouver 6 645 Howe Street Vancouver Suites 7 Delta 550 West Hastings Street

P Transportation and Parking Plenty of parking is available in multi-level lots and underground, throughout the downtown core. There are many efficient transit options including Sky Train, Sea Bus, and West Coast Express all with terminals conveniently located adjacent to the Convention Centre. Go Green and Win! See details on page 5

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Navigating the Convention Centre

Navigating the Convention Centre

Stay Connected – Wayfinder and PDC Apps From MOBILE Interface - Final Program is searchable by speaker, topic, date and time - Search for exhibitors by name, booth number or category - View maps of each exhibitior location - Request documents from exhibitors (eDocs) - Find Exhibit Hall locations on facility map

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Attendee Functions from ON-SITE large touch screens - Final Program is searchable by speaker, topic, date and time - Find the path to any booth from where you are standing on the show floor - Exhibitor search by booth number, company name or category - Request documents from exhibitors (eDocs) - Browse and map session information - Find facility locations and Exhibit Hall/meeting rooms

Internet Café Look for directional cubes to help you find your session rooms. ‘Conference at a Glance’ will be available on large reader boards on Levels 1, 2 and 3.

The Internet Café is centrally located in the Exhibit Hall. Terminals will be operating during hall hours both days.

Level 3 Level 2 Level 1

(Registration and bag pick up)

Exhibition Hall

Entrance from Thurlow Street

Bag Pick up Entrance

Level 3

Rooms 301 - 306

Level 2

Rooms 201 - 224

Level 1

Registration / bag pick up Ballrooms A, B, C, D Rooms 101 - 122

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Live Dentistry Stage All demonstrations will take place on the Live Dentistry Stage located on the west side of the Exhibit Hall. The stage area has open seating and a large screen for optimal viewing of these live demonstrations. We would like to thank the following organizations for their contribution to making this event possible – A-dec, Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd., Canadian Academy of Esthetic Dentistry.

Live Dentistry Stage

Thursday, March 8 11:30am

Anterior and Posterior Composite Robert Lowe, DDS, FAGD, FICD,

FADI, FACD, FIADFE

Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

Friday, March 9 9:30am

Bilateral Sinus Graft Ron Zokol, DMD

Co-sponsored by Pacific Implant Institute

11:30am

Whitening Systems

Immediate Implant Placement

Annie Beaulieu, RDH

Dwayne Karateew,

Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

2:00pm

DDS, Dip. Perio, Dip. Prosth

2:00pm

Laser Dentistry

Glenn van As, BSc, DMD Co-sponsored by Oral Science

Sponsored by

Demonstration times may be subject to change, please see the Conference at a Glance for the most current scheduling.

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Alumni Meetings

Alumni Meetings College of Dental Surgeons of BC Awards Ceremony Thursday, March 8, 6:00pm–7:30pm Pan Pacific Hotel, Oceanview 5 & 6

University of Manitoba Dentistry Alumni Reception

Dalhousie University Faculty of Dentistry Alumni Reception Friday, March 9, 5:30pm–7:00pm Fairmont Pacific Rim, Pearl Room

for the Faculty of Dentistry & School of Dental Hygiene

University of Alberta Dentistry Alumni Reception Friday, March 9, 6:00pm–8:00pm Pan Pacific Hotel, Oceanview Suites 3 & 4

McGill University Dentistry Alumni Cocktail Reception Thursday, March 8, 6:30pm–8:00pm Pan Pacific Hotel, Coal Harbour Suite

UBC Dentistry Alumni Reception Friday, March 9, 6:00pm–8:00pm Vancouver Convention Centre - West Building (2nd floor reception area) Wear Hawaiian/tiki themed attire

Thursday, March 8, 6:00pm–8:00pm Pan Pacific Hotel, Cypress Suite

Schulich Dentistry, University of Western Ontario Alumni Reception Thursday, March 8, 6:00pm–8:00pm Pan Pacific Hotel, Oceanview Suite 4

Alumni Meetings

University of Saskatchewan College of Dentistry Alumni Reception Thursday, March 8, 6:00pm–7:30pm Fairmont Waterfront Centre Hotel, Terrace Room

University of Toronto Faculty of Dentistry Alumni Cocktail Reception Thursday, March 8, 6:00pm–8:00pm Pan Pacific Hotel, Oceanview Suite 7 & 8

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Social Events Note: These social events do not qualify for Continuing Education credits

a l a G y r Toothfa 12th Annual

& BC Dental Association Awards

Social Events

Life is too Short to Drink Bad Wine – Ninety Point Wines Edition II Thursday, March 8, 2012 6:00pm – 7:30pm Vancouver Convention Centre – Ballroom D Due to the immense popularity of the Ninety Point Wines Edition at the 2011 PDC conference, we are back with another great selection of amazing wines for Edition ll! Come see what all the fuss is about... ninety point wines are constantly listed in the newspaper, wine guides, and on wine enthusiasts websites but who can keep up? Here is your chance to try a fantastic selection of the best ninety point wines from all over the world handpicked by our host David Lancelot from Vancouver’s own Marquis Wine Cellar. David will offer a brief introduction to the selection and provide you with detailed take-away notes that will guide you through the tastings. Come and join us!

Cost $37.00

(plus HST)

Friday Night Social Event Friday, March 9, 2012 6:45pm – 10:00pm Vancouver Convention Centre – Ballroom D The Timebenders’ Experience is a hilarious musical romp through the ages featuring the best dance music and outrageous impersonations of the greatest stars over the last 60 years. A very fast-paced and high-energy presentation makes this show irresistible for those that like to dance, and with more than 22 costume changes and up-beat choreography, an exciting show to watch! Come and catch up with your friends and colleagues while you enjoy a light snack, cool beverage, and lots of dancing!

Cost $12.00 (plus HST)

Saturday, March 10, 2012 6:00pm – 1:00am Vancouver Convention Centre Ballroom D Join us for the 12th Annual Toothfairy Gala and BC Dental Association Awards. This elegant fundraising and awards’ evening at the close of the Pacific Dental Conference is always a highlight of the week. The Toothfairy and her guests will enjoy a champagne reception, four-course gourmet dinner with hosted wines, awards ceremony, silent auction, cake auction and after dinner dance. Proceeds from the event will benefit

Cost $225.00 (plus HST)

(tables of 10 available) Tickets available on the PDC website

Saturday Morning Breakfast Session Shaun

Majumder

Saturday, March 10, 2012 8:30am – 9:30am Vancouver Convention Centre - Ballroom A

Shaun Majumder has blossomed into one of the Canadian comedy scene’s top young stand-ups. Best known as a cast member of the Gemini Award winning The Hour Has 22 Minutes, Shaun’s skills as a comedian were sharpened from his years of providing a hilarious mix of news parody, sketch comedy and scathing editorial commentary. Majumder is proud and honoured to have joined the prestigious list of comedians who have performed at the renowned Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal. Join us for a leisurely continental breakfast guaranteed to start your day with laughter.

Includes Continental Breakfast

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Cost $12.00

(plus HST)

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Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry Annual Meeting

Académie Canadienne de Dentisterie Esthétique

March 8–10, 2012

The Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry was created to give Canadian dentists a forum to voice our needs and express our identity in the world of esthetic dentistry. On the national and international scenes, we have already forged affiliations and alliances with many other esthetic and cosmetic dental groups, and we continue to grow as we offer CAED members international opportunities. The Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry is very pleased to announce that the first regional Meeting of the 2012 program that will be held in Vancouver in conjunction with the Pacific Dental Conference from March 8-10, 2012.

CAED sponsored speakers include: Pinhas Adar

Jan Johansson

Michael Dib

Robert Lowe

Dental Solution with Wedges Hands-On

The New Esthetic Concepts and Possibilities – The Slight Edge Bone Grafting Made Easy for GP Practices

Advances in Composite Restorative Dentistry: A Blend Of Innovation and Materials Aesthetic Overhaul from Basic to “Cutting Edge” – Technologies and Techniques

Debra Engelhardt-Nash

Practice Power - Team Strategies that Get Results George Freedman

Adhesives, Composites, Cements: Eliminate Sensitivity with Predictable Procedure

Robert Marus

Howard Glazer

Elliot Mechanic, Brita Nadeau Restoratively Guided Orthodontics –

Posterior, Cervical and Incisal Composites

What’s Hot and What’s Getting Hotter! Direct Composites: Simple, Easy and Beautiful!

Facially Generated Treatment Planning

Faye Goldstep

Ross Nash

Jack Griffin Jr

Les Rykiss

George Kirtley

Michael Sesemann Oral Art & Design: The Synergy of Esthetics and Function Direct Posterior Composites: Balancing Efficiency and Long-Term Performance

Esthetics and Cosmetics for The Modern Practice

What Patients Want...What Dentists Want: Easy Healthy Dentistry! Let’s Stick Together…Simplifying Restoration Choice, Bonding and Cementation Let’s Stick Together…Simplifying Indirect and Direct Restoration Choice The Art of a Beautiful Smile The Art of a Beautiful Smile – Hands-On

Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

Canadian Academy for Esthethic Dentistry

Cosmetic Reconstruction Using Laser Closed Flap Crown Lengthening

“Meet Our Press in Action”

Convention Centre - Exhibit Hall - Live Dentistry Stage Anterior and Posterior Composite Robert Lowe, DDS, FAGD, FICD,

FADI, FACD, FIADFE

Thursday 11:30am

Whitening Systems Annie Beaulieu, RDH

Thursday 2:00pm

Immediate Implant Placement David Little,

DDS

Friday 11:30am

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

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Speaker Name

Session Title

Academy of Emergency Training Marcus Abboud Nancy Adair Pinhas Adar Litza N. Anderson

Advance Cardiac Life Support (ACLS for Dentistry)................................................................... 41 AED – Professional..................................................................................................................... 41 CPR – Health Care Professional................................................................................................ 41 CPR – Health Care Professional Re-certification....................................................................... 41 Update Implantology................................................................................................................... 59 Implementing a Successful Periodontal Department.................................................................. 78 The New Esthetic Concepts and Possibilities – The Slight Edge............................................... 68 Women and Finance................................................................................................................... 56

BC Dental Association Jim Beck Scott Benjamin Tobin Bellamy Marvin Berman Peter Bevan-Baker Terrance Bianco Dani Botbyl Mary Ellen Breckenridge Duncan Brown Jeff Brucia Don Bulmer

BCDA Practice Series: 10 Things All NEW Dentists to BC Really Need to Know!..................... 54 Maximum Longevity of All Prosthetics is Not Just About Teeth.................................................. 69 Maximum Longevity of All Prosthetics is Not Just About Teeth - Hands On............................... 41 All Diode Lasers are Not the Same: Realize the Benefits Lasers Bring to Dentistry............ 43, 59 Oral Surgery for the General Dentist.......................................................................................... 70 The Dental Team vs The Reluctant Dragon................................................................................ 49 The Extraodinary Dentist...Why Patients Love You.................................................................... 66 The Happy Dentist...................................................................................................................... 77 To Bite or Not to Bite! Should This be the Real Question in Orthodontics?................................ 75 Needle Free Anesthesia for Non Surgical Periodontal Debridement.......................................... 43 When Patients Realize Their Needs...Your Practice Grows....................................................... 77 Systematic Evaluation of Patient Oral Hygiene.......................................................................... 53 Restorative Materials Update 2012............................................................................................ 58 Retirement Planning for Dentists................................................................................................ 80

Anthony (Rick) Cardoza Kimberly Cardoza Calvin Carpenter Certified Dental Association of BC David Clark Stephen Cheng Jeff Coil Lyndon Cooper Valerie Cotta College of Dental Hygienists of BC College of Dental Surgeons of BC

Twenty-First Century Laser-Assisted Dentistry.......................................................................... 65 Twenty-First Century Laser-Assisted Dentistry Hands-On Workshop........................................ 35 Twenty-First Century Laser-Assisted Dentistry Hands-On Workshop........................................ 35 Dental Practice Transition and Sale........................................................................................... 56 Purchasing a Dental Practice..................................................................................................... 80 CDABC Forum............................................................................................................................ 47 Modern Direct Composite Cavity Prep – Minimally Invasive Meets Maximum Esthetics........... 46 “I Can See Your Crack From Here” The Epidemic of Cracked Teeth......................................... 53 Microscope Enhanced Endodontics Hands-On.................................................................... 33, 40 Minimally Invasive Composite Dentistry Hands-On.................................................................... 36 Retirement Planning for Dentists................................................................................................ 80 Endodontic Irrigation and Disinfection: What You Need to Know............................................... 48 Wave-One Root Canal Shaping and Effective Irrigation and Disinfection.................................. 34 Why Implant Supported Dentures Fail and How to Prevent This............................................... 64 Preventing and Correcting Anterior Single Tooth Implant Failures............................................. 69 On Team Development; and the Indispensability of Conflict...................................................... 74 Dental Hygiene Forum................................................................................................................ 68 Record Keeping Essentials – What You Need to Know.............................................................. 67

Michael Dib Michael Dieter Laureen DiStefano Henry Doyle

Bone Grafting Made Easy for GP Practices............................................................................... 70 Gorgeous Esthetics & Function with Minimally-Invasive Direct Resin Restorations................... 52 Sharing SMILES and STORIES from Around the World!........................................................... 76 Dental Practice Transition and Sale........................................................................................... 56 Purchasing a Dental Practice..................................................................................................... 80

Marci Eaton Debra Engelhardt-Nash Ian Erwood

A Journey Through Oral Cancer Treatment................................................................................ 80 Practice Power – Team Strategies that Get Results................................................................... 54 Mini Dental Implants – Affordable Denture Stabilization for Your Denture Patient..................... 64 Mini Dental Implants – Affordable Denture Stabilization for Your Denture Patient - Hands On.. 35

Vicki Fenn George Freedman Brian Freund

Why Don’t They Just Do It My Way?.......................................................................................... 50 My Way + Their Way = Success................................................................................................. 32 Contemporary Esthetic Dentistry................................................................................................ 47 The Art and Science of Botulinum Toxin: Practical Applications for the Dentist.......................... 71

Howard Glazer Michael Goldberg Fay Goldstep

What’s Hot and What’s Getting Hotter!....................................................................................... 52 Direct Composites: Simple, Easy and Beautiful!........................................................................ 34 Pharmacological Management of Periodontal Disease.............................................................. 49 What Patients Want...What Dentists Want: Easy Healthy Dentistry!.......................................... 66

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Theresa S. Gonzales Debra Grant Jack Griffin Jr Jim Grisdale Shirley Gutkowski

Overcoming the CSI Effect: Redefining Dentistry’s Role in the Forensic Area........................... 44 Physical Examination of the Head and Neck for Dental Health Care Providers......................... 65 Chronic Orofacial Pain: The Disease or Merely a Symptom of a Disease................................. 70 Earth, Wind, and Fire: The View................................................................................................. 42 Let’s Stick Together…Simplifying Restoration Choice, Bonding and Cementation.................... 52 Let’s Stick Together…Simplifying Indirect and Direct Restoration Choice.................................. 34 Bone Grafting............................................................................................................................. 36 A Novel Approach to Understanding the Link Between Oral Care and Systemic Health........... 81 Earth, Wind, and Fire: The View................................................................................................. 42

Daniel Haas David Harris Sandra Harvey Al Heaps Derek Hein Frank Higginbottom Steven J. Hill William Hiltz David Hornbrook

Pain Control: Analgesia and Local Anesthesia........................................................................... 42 Medical Emergencies in Dentistry.............................................................................................. 58 CSI Dental – True Crimes from our Case Files.................................................................... 46, 62 Record Keeping Essentials – What You Need to Know.............................................................. 67 Dental Practice Transition and Sale........................................................................................... 56 Purchasing a Dental Practice..................................................................................................... 80 Cutting Edge Products for Clinical Excellence........................................................................... 42 Digital Implant Dentistry – New Technology for Teeth and Implants........................................... 53 How To Navigate Thru Digital All Ceramics from Single Units to Smiles.................................... 52 CSI Dental – True Crimes from our Case Files.................................................................... 46, 62 Hot Topics including Failures and Mishaps........................................................................... 45, 60 Adhesives and Cement........................................................................................................ 46, 62

Jan Johansson Jo-Anne Jones

Dental Solution with Wedges Hands-On.................................................................................... 31 Whitening that Works! An Exploration of Successful Whitening Systems........................... 45, 61 Oral Cancer: An Emerging Pandemic?....................................................................................... 79

Warren Karp David Kelner Milan Khara George Kirtley James Kohner Sam Kratchman Kathy Kushner

Nutrition Update 2012................................................................................................................. 50 The Diet to Promote Health and Prevent Disease...................................................................... 66 Patient Centered Care – An Update For Oral Health Care Professionals.................................. 75 Smoking Cessation and Addiction Treatment............................................................................. 71 The Art of a Beautiful Smile........................................................................................................ 47 The Art of a Beautiful Smile – Hands-On.................................................................................... 31 Crown Lengthening Hands-On Surgical Workshop.................................................................... 38 Micoendodontics Using Emerging Technologies........................................................................ 43 Women and Finance................................................................................................................... 56

Brad Labrecque W. Scott LeBuke Brian LeSage Tieraona Low Dog Robert Lowe

An Everyday Approach to Utilizing Hard and Soft Tissue Lasers......................................... 33, 40 Dispelling the Myth. Mouthguards and the Prevention of Sports Injuries................................... 76 Predictable Systems for Indirect All-Ceramic Restorations........................................................ 63 Diabesity: Connecting the Dots Between Obesity, Oral Health, Diabetes, Heart Disease......... 81 Dietary Supplements: What the Dental Team Should Know....................................................... 81 Advances in Composite Restorative Dentistry: A Blend Of Innovation and Materials................ 31 Aesthetic Overhaul from Basic to “Cutting Edge” – Technologies and Techniques.................... 62

Robert Marus Bruce McFarlane Elliot Mechanic Ben Miraglia Darren Morrison

Posterior, Cervical and Incisal Composites................................................................................ 47 Removable Appliances............................................................................................................... 48 Restoratively Guided Orthodontics – Facially Generated Treatment Planning........................... 60 Invisalign Clear Essentials II....................................................................................................... 37 Growing Your Dental Business Through Gratitude..................................................................... 75

Brita Nadeau Mahesh Nagarajan Ross Nash Kenford Nedd Murray Neilson James Neuber Samson Ng Kristin Nickells John Nicola

Restoratively Guided Orthodontics – Facially Generated Treatment Planning........................... 60 Working Smarter in the Great Recession – Metrics and Functions of Practice Management.... 45 Esthetics and Cosmetics for The Modern Practice..................................................................... 47 How to Deal with Anxious Patients............................................................................................. 45 Are Your Finances Ready for Retirement?................................................................................. 57 How To Navigate Thru Digital All Ceramics from Single Units to Smiles.................................... 52 Everything You Need To Know About Oral Cancer..................................................................... 66 Hands-On with Velscope............................................................................................................ 36 THE “B” WORD – Reconcile the Conflicting Values of Business and Healthcare...................... 76 Are Your Finances Ready for Retirement?................................................................................. 57

Uche Odiatu Kate O’Hanlan

The Body Mouth Link: Make the Connection for Optimal Health................................................ 44 The Interrelation of Women’s Oral Health with their Total Health............................................... 61 Gyn Phys – Understanding Your Gynecology and Oral Health (“Gin fizz!”)................................ 81

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John Olmsted

Endo Tips from 35 Years of Practice.......................................................................................... 63 R U Ready 4 the 2 Nu R’s N Endo? Rotary and Resilon...................................................... 33, 40 More Endo Tips from 35 Years of Practice................................................................................. 79

Shannon Pace Brinker Ray Padilla Edwin T. Parks Evan Parubets Mark A. Piper Sherry Linn Priebe Boris Pulec

Isolation, Preparation, Cementation........................................................................................... 48 Complete Records Visit.............................................................................................................. 68 The Art of Exquisite Anterior, Posterior, Single and Multiple Unit Provisionals........................... 38 Pressure Thermoforming, Oral/Facial Injury Prevention & Thermoforming Appliances............. 49 Hands-On Pressure Thermoforming of Dental Appliances......................................................... 31 Panoramic Radiography: Are Your Images Up To Snuff?........................................................... 63 Digital Radiography – Join the Revolution.................................................................................. 38 Double Jeopardy: Managing Personal and Professional Financial Risks.................................. 50 Joint Based Foundational Occlusion.................................................................................... 44, 60 Diagnosing and Managing Failed Cases in Occlusion............................................................... 54 Oral Cancer: Understanding the Effects of Cultural Oral Habits................................................. 77 Maintenance and Documentation of Dental Implants................................................................. 74

Gary Radz Kayla Ragosin-Miller Yvette Ringham-Cowan Lori Risling Rob Roda Stewart Rosenberg Mansur Roy Les Rykiss

Top 10 Tips to Increase Cosmetic Dentistry in Your Office......................................................... 53 Dental Care from A-Z for Special Needs Children Without the GA............................................. 79 On Team Development; and the Indispensability of Conflict...................................................... 74 S.O.S.! Superior, Outstanding Service....................................................................................... 77 New Trends in Endodontic Cleaning and Shaping..................................................................... 58 Implementing Hard Tissue Lasers with Emphasis on Perio Techniques.................................... 44 Soft Tissue Management in Implant Dentistry............................................................................ 77 Cosmetic Reconstruction Using Laser Closed Flap Crown Lengthening................................... 70

Patty Scrase Michael Sesemann Ronine Sharp Trent W. Smallwood Meg Soper Spectrum Dialogue Jon O. Strom Cathy Sundvall David Sweet O.C. Dean Swift

Women and Finance................................................................................................................... 56 Oral Art & Design: The Synergy of Esthetics and Function........................................................ 62 Direct Posterior Composites: Balancing Efficiency and Long-Term Performance...................... 34 Dealing with Dementia in the Office........................................................................................... 76 Invisalign Clear Essentials I........................................................................................................ 37 Wit, Fit & Balance...Strategies for Success................................................................................ 61 Spectrum Pacific Techno-Clinical Day 8th Annual Meeting....................................................... 73 Tsunami of Disintegrating Dentistry in Coming Decades!........................................................... 76 Hygiene and Orthodontic Care............................................................................................. 59, 78 Applying Modern Forensic Science Methods to Historical Cases.............................................. 63 7 Current Trends in Infection Control.......................................................................................... 49 7 Current Trends in Green Dentistry – How to be a Green Clean Smiling Machine!.................. 54 7 Current Trends in Dental Material Science – Green Initiatives................................................ 65

Geza Terezhalmy Beth Thompson David L. Tobias Henry Tom Michael Trklja

Diagnosis and Management of Oral Soft Tissue Problems and Oral Cancer............................. 48 When The Patient’s Life is in Your Hands: Emergency Medicine......................................... 46, 61 Management of Dental Patients Taking Endocrine/Metabolic Agents........................................ 67 Earth, Wind, and Fire: The View................................................................................................. 42 Record Keeping Essentials – What You Need to Know.............................................................. 67 Magic and Air – A Fun Way to Help Manage Your Pedo Patients............................................... 71 Double Jeopardy: Managing Personal and Professional Financial Risks.................................. 50

Robert Valiquette Glenn van As Ash Varma

Digital Footprints: A Revolution in Dentistry................................................................................ 43 A Microscopic View of Dental Lasers; Synergy of Two Technologies......................................... 65 Record Keeping Essentials – What You Need to Know.............................................................. 67

Peter Walford Victoria Wallace Neil Warshawsky Maggie Wen Renata Whiteman Michele Williams Gail Williamson Carmel Wiseman Cheri Wu

Successfully Managing Complex Multisurface Posterior Composites........................................ 75 Totally Bonding: Do’s and Don’ts to Help Create the Ultimate Adhesive Restoration................. 68 Doing Whitening Right…Happy Patients and with Great Results!............................................. 78 MTM – Minor Tooth Movement – Hands-On Training................................................................. 32 “Fire Flaring Up”: Cross-Cultural Dental Practice....................................................................... 74 Double Jeopardy: Managing Personal and Professional Financial Risks.................................. 50 Human Papillomavirus!! Is it Significant in Dental Practice?...................................................... 54 Panoramic Radiography: Are Your Images Up To Snuff?........................................................... 63 Digital Radiography – Join the Revolution.................................................................................. 38 Record Keeping Essentials – What You Need to Know.............................................................. 67 Cavitron Ultrasonic Systems...................................................................................................... 53 Achieving Clinical Confidence with Cavitron Ultrasonic Systems - Hands On..................... 32, 39

Kristin Yont

Yoga for Dental Professionals – Staying Healthy Through Years of Dental Postures................ 75

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Session

Time

Location

Modern Direct Composite Cavity Prep – Minimally Invasive Meets Maximum Esthetics

David Clark •

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 208/209

46

Contemporary Esthetic Dentistry

George Freedman •

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 224

47

Dental Solution with Wedges Hands-On

Jan Johansson

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 115

The Art of a Beautiful Smile

George Kirtley

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 205

Advances in Composite Restorative Dentistry: A Blend Of Innovation and Materials

Robert Lowe

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 112

Posterior, Cervical and Incisal Composites

Robert Marus •

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 110

47

Esthetics and Cosmetics for The Modern Practice

Ross Nash

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 118

47

“I Can See Your Crack From Here” The Epidemic of Cracked Teeth

David Clark •

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 208/209

53

Gorgeous Esthetics & Function with Minimally – Invasive Direct Resin Restorations

Michael Dieter

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 207

52

What’s Hot and What’s Getting Hotter!

Howard Glazer

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 118

52

Let’s Stick Together…Simplifying Restoration Choice, Bonding and Cementation

Jack Griffin Jr

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 217/218/219

52

Whitening that Works! An Exploration of Successful Whitening Systems

Jo-Anne Jones

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00 repeats Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 301

45

The Art of a Beautiful Smile – Hands-On

George Kirtley

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 112

How To Navigate Thru Digital All Ceramics from Single Units to Smiles

James Neuber • Steven J. Hill •

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 113

52

Top 10 Tips to Increase Cosmetic Dentistry in Your Office

Gary Radz •

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 205

53

Let’s Stick Together…Simplifying Indirect and Direct Restoration Choice

Jack Griffin Jr

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 112

Predictable Systems for Indirect All-Ceramic Restorations

Brian LeSage

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 204

63

Aesthetic Overhaul from Basic to “Cutting Edge” – Technologies and Techniques

Robert Lowe •

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 216

62

Oral Art & Design: The Synergy of Esthetics and Function

Michael Sesemann •

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 305

62

The New Esthetic Concepts and Possibilities – The Slight Edge

Pinhas Adar •

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 204

68

Direct Composites: Simple, Easy and Beautiful!

Howard Glazer

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 111

LA17

34

Direct Posterior Composites: Balancing Efficiency and Long-Term Performance

Michael Sesemann

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 112

LA20

34

The Art of Exquisite Anterior, Posterior, Single and Multiple Unit Provisionals

Shannon Pace Brinker

Saturday 10:00 - 12:30 VCC - Room 113 repeats 1:30 - 4:00

LA24 LA28

38

Needle Free Anesthesia for Non Surgical Periodontal Debridement

Dani Botbyl

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00 repeats 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 306 VCC - Room 306

43

Pain Control: Analgesia and Local Anesthesia

Daniel Haas

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00 continues 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 211

42

CDABC Forum

Certified Dental Association of BC

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 301

47

Isolation, Preparation, Cementation

Shannon Pace Brinker •

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 220/221/222

48

Aesthetics

Topic Index of Sessions / Speakers

Limited Attendance

Speakers

LA2

Page

31 47

LA1

VCC - Room 118

31

61 LA4

LA12

31

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Anaesthesia

Dental Assisting

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Session

Limited Attendance

Time

Location

Complete Records Visit

Shannon Pace Brinker •

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 301

68

Totally Bonding: Do’s and Don’ts to Help Create the Ultimate Adhesive Restoration

Victoria Wallace

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 211

68

The Art of Exquisite Anterior, Posterior, Single and Multiple Unit Provisionals

Shannon Pace Brinker

Saturday 10:00 - 12:30 VCC - Room 113 repeats 1:30 - 4:00

Doing Whitening Right… Happy Patients and with Great Results!

Victoria Wallace

Saturday 10:00 - 12:30 VCC - Room 109

78

Needle Free Anesthesia for Non Surgical Periodontal Debridement

Dani Botbyl

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00 repeats 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 306

43

Earth, Wind, and Fire: The View

Debra Grant • Shirley Gutkowski • Beth Thompson •

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30 continues 2:00 - 4:30

VCC - Ballroom B

42

Whitening that Works! An Exploration of Successful Whitening Systems

Jo-Anne Jones

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00 repeats Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 301

45

VCC - Room 118

61

Cavitron Ultrasonic Systems

Cheri Wu

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 220/221/222

53

Systematic Evaluation of Patient Oral Hygiene

Duncan Brown •

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 216

53

Achieving Clinical Confidence with Cavitron Ultrasonic Systems

Cheri Wu

Friday 8:30 - 11:00 repeats 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 116/117

Hygiene and Orthodontic Care

Cathy Sundvall •

Friday 8:30 - 11:00 VCC - Room 202/203 repeats Saturday 10:00 - 12:30

Twenty-First Century Laser-Assisted Dentistry Hands-On Workshop

Anthony (Rick) Cardoza Kimberly Cardoza

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 216

Dental Hygiene Forum

College of Dental Hygienists of BC

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

Pacific Rim Star Sapphire A/B

Implementing a Successful Periodontal Department

Nancy Adair •

Saturday 10:00 - 12:30 VCC - Room 110

Achieving Clinical Confidence with Cavitron Ultrasonic Systems

Cheri Wu

Saturday 10:00 - 12:30 VCC - Room 116/117

When Patients Realize Their Needs... Your Practice Grows

Mary Ellen Breckenridge •

Saturday 3:00 - 4:00

VCC - Room 218

77

All Diode Lasers are Not the Same: Realize the Benefits Lasers Bring to Dentistry

Scott Benjamin

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00 repeats Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 215

43

Digital Footprints: A Revolution in Dentistry

Robert Valiquette •

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00 repeats 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 111

43

Panoramic Radiography: Are Your Images Up To Snuff?

Edwin T. Parks • Gail Williamson •

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 205

63

Digital Radiography: Join the Revolution

Edwin T. Parks Gail Williamson

Saturday 10:00 - 12:30 Sirona Learning Centre repeats 1:30 - 4:00

When The Patient’s Life is in Your Hands: Emergency Medicine

Geza Terezhalmy •

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00 repeats Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 212/213/214

46

VCC - Room 121/122

61

Medical Emergencies in Dentistry

Daniel Haas

Friday 8:30 - 11:00 continues 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 306

58

Advance Cardiac Life Support (ACLS for Dentistry)

Academy of Emergency Training

Saturday 10:00 - 12:30 VCC - Room 214 continues 1:30 - 4:00

Dental Assisting

LA24 LA28

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38

Dental Hygiene

Digital Imaging

Emergency Medicine

LA8 LA9

32 59 78

LA14

35

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Speakers

68 78 LA27

39

59

LA35 LA36

LA29

38

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Saturday 10:00 - 12:30 VCC - Room 213 continues 1:30 - 4:00

LA30

41

Academy of Emergency Training

Saturday 10:00 - 12:30 VCC - Room 212 repeats 1:30 - 4:00

LA32 LA33

41

Academy of Emergency Training

Saturday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 223

LA31

41

Endodontic Irrigation and Disinfection: What You Need to Know

Jeff Coil •

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 204

48

Micoendodontics Using Emerging Technologies

Sam Kratchman •

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00 repeats 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 206

43

Microscope Enhanced Endodontics Hands-On

David Clark

Friday 8:30 - 11:00 VCC - Room 201 repeats Saturday 10:00 - 12:30

LA7

33

LA21

40

LA11

34

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Speakers

Time

CPR – Health Care Professional

Academy of Emergency Training

CPR – Health Care Professional Re-certification AED – Professional

Topic Index of Sessions / Speakers

Emergency Medicine

Location

Endodontics

Wave-One Root Canal Shaping and Effective Irrigation and Disinfection

Jeff Coil

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 115

Endo Tips from 35 Years of Practice

John Olmsted •

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 217/218/219

63

New Trends in Endodontic Cleaning and Shaping

Rob Roda •

Friday 8:30 - 11:00 continues 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 303/304

58

R U Ready 4 the 2 Nu R’s N Endo? Rotary and Resilon

John Olmsted

Friday 1:30 - 4:00 repeats Saturday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 201

More Endo Tips from 35 Years of Practice

John Olmsted •

Saturday 10:00 - 12:30 VCC - Room 121/122

Shannon Pace Brinker

Saturday 10:00 - 12:30 VCC - Room 113 repeats 1:30 - 4:00

Overcoming the CSI Effect: Redefining Dentistry’s Role in the Forensic Area

Theresa S. Gonzales

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30 repeats 2:00 - 4:30

VCC - Ballroom A

44

Applying Modern Forensic Science Methods to Historical Cases

David Sweet O.C.

Friday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC - Ballroom C

63

Jon O. Strom •

Saturday 1:00 - 2:00

VCC - Room 218

76

Digital Implant Dentistry – New Technology for Teeth and Implants

Frank Higginbottom

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 204

53

Update Implantology

Marcus Abboud •

Friday 8:30 - 11:00 continues 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 224

59

Why Implant Supported Dentures Fail and How to Prevent This

Lyndon Cooper •

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 110

64

Mini Dental Implants – Affordable Denture Stabilization for Your Denture Patient

Ian Erwood

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 302

64

Preventing and Correcting Anterior Single Tooth Implant Failures

Lyndon Cooper •

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 110

69

Mini Dental Implants – Affordable Denture Stabilization for Your Denture Patient

Ian Erwood

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 305

Maintenance and Documentation of Dental Implants

Boris Pulec

Saturday 10:00 - 11:00

VCC - Room 217

74

Soft Tissue Management in Implant Dentistry

Mansur Roy •

Saturday 3:00 - 4:00

VCC - Room 217

77

LA13

33

LA23

40 79

Fixed Prosthodontics The Art of Exquisite Anterior, Posterior, Single and Multiple Unit Provisionals

LA24 LA28

38

Forensics

Geriatric Dentistry Tsunami of Disintegrating Dentistry in Coming Decades!

Implants

LA16

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Session

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Speakers

Time

Location

Page

Implementing Hard Tissue Lasers with Emphasis on Perio Techniques

Stewart Rosenberg •

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00 repeats 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 305

44

Twenty-First Century Laser Assisted Dentistry

Anthony (Rick) Cardoza •

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 207

65

A Microscopic View of Dental Lasers; Synergy of Two Technologies

Glenn van As

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 206

65

Twenty-First Century Laser-Assisted Dentistry Hands-On Workshop

Anthony (Rick) Cardoza • Kimberly Cardoza •

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 216

LA14

35

An Everyday Approach to Utilizing Hard and Soft Tissue Lasers

Brad Labrecque

Friday 1:30 - 4:00 VCC - Room 115 repeats Saturday 10:00 - 12:30

LA10

33

LA22

40

Laser Dentistry

Earth, Wind, and Fire: The View

Debra Grant • Shirley Gutkowski • Beth Thompson •

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30 continues 2:00 - 4:30

VCC - Ballroom B

42

Cutting Edge Products for Clinical Excellence

Derek Hein

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00 continues 1:30 - 4:00

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B

42

Modern Direct Composite Cavity Prep – Minimally Invasive Meets Maximum Esthetics

David Clark •

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 208/209

46

Posterior, Cervical and Incisal Composites

Robert Marus •

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 110

47

Isolation, Preparation, Cementation

Shannon Pace Brinker •

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 220/221/222

48

Adhesives and Cement

David Hornbrook •

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00 repeats Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 202/203

46

VCC - Room 212/213/214

62 52

Let’s Stick Together…Simplifying Restoration Choice, Bonding and Cementation

Jack Griffin Jr

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 217/218/219

Let’s Stick Together…Simplifying Indirect and Direct Restoration Choice

Jack Griffin Jr

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 112

7 Current Trends in Dental Material Science – Green Initiatives

Dean Swift •

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

Pacific Rim - Jade Ballroom

65

Mark A. Piper •

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00 repeats Friday 8:30 - 11:00

Pacific Rim - Jade Ballroom

44

VCC - Room 109

60

LA12

Topic Index of Sessions / Speakers

Materials/Techniques

34

Occlusion/TMD Joint Based Foundational Occlusion Diagnosing and Managing Failed Cases in Occlusion

Mark A. Piper •

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

Pacific Rim - Jade Ballroom

54

Maximum Longevity of All Prosthetics is Not Just About Teeth

Jim Beck •

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 206

69

Maximum Longevity of All Prosthetics is Not Just About Teeth – Hands-On

Jim Beck

Saturday 10:00 - 12:30 VCC - Room 112

The Body Mouth Link: Make the Connection for Optimal Health

Uche Odiatu

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30 repeats 2:00 - 4:30

VCC - Ballroom C

44

Diagnosis and Management of Oral Soft Tissue Problems and Oral Cancer

Geza Terezhalmy •

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 212/213/214

48

Human Papillomavirus!! Is it Significant in Dental Practice?

Michele Williams

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 119/120

54

Physical Examination of the Head and Neck for Dental Health Care Providers

Theresa S. Gonzales

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 208/209

65

Everything You Need To Know About Oral Cancer

Samson Ng •

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 118

66

LA37

41

Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology

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Topic Index of Sessions / Speakers Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Page

Management of Dental Patients Taking Endocrine/Metabolic Agents

Geza Terezhalmy •

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 121/122

67

Chronic Orofacial Pain: The Disease or Merely a Symptom of a Disease

Theresa S. Gonzales

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 208/209

70

Hands-On with Velscope

Samson Ng

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 205

Oral Cancer: An Emerging Pandemic?

Jo-Anne Jones

Saturday 10:00 - 12:30 VCC - Room 301

79

Tobin Bellamy

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 119/120

70

Removable Appliances

Bruce McFarlane •

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 207

48

Restoratively Guided Orthodontics – Facially Generated Treatment Planning

Elliot Mechanic Brita Nadeau

Friday 8:30 - 11:00 repeats 1:30 - 4:00

Pacific Rim Emerald Ballroom A/B

60

Hygiene and Orthodontic Care

Cathy Sundvall •

Friday 8:30 - 11:00 VCC - Room 202/203 repeats Saturday 10:00 - 12:30

59

MTM Minor Tooth Movement – Hands-On Training

Neil Warshawsky

Friday 8:00 - 5:00

VCC - Room 114

LA6

32

Invisalign Clear Essentials I

Trent W. Smallwood

Saturday 8:00 - 12:00 continues 1:00 - 5:00

Pacific Rim Star Sapphire A/B

LA25

37

Invisalign Clear Essentials II

Ben Miraglia

Saturday 8:00 - 12:00 continues 1:00 - 5:00

Pacific Rim Emerald Ballroom A/B

LA26

37

To Bite or Not to Bite! Should This be the Real Question in Orthodontics?

Terrance Bianco •

Saturday 11:00 - 12:00

VCC - Room 217

75

The Dental Team vs The Reluctant Dragon

Marvin Berman

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 119/120

49

The Extraodinary Dentist... Why Patients Love You

Marvin Berman

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 119/120

66

Magic and Air – A Fun Way to Help Manage Your Pedo Patients

Henry Tom •

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 207

71

Dental Care from A-Z for Special Needs Children Without the GA

Kayla Ragosin-Miller •

Saturday 10:00 - 12:30 VCC - Room 303/304

79

Pharmacological Management of Periodontal Disease

Michael Goldberg •

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 303/304

49

Implementing Hard Tissue Lasers with Emphasis on Perio Techniques

Stewart Rosenberg •

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00 repeats 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 305

44

Cavitron Ultrasonic Systems

Cheri Wu

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 220/221/222

A Unique Workshop: Hands-On with Cavitron Ultrasonic Systems

Cheri Wu

Friday 8:30 - 11:00 repeats 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 116/117

LA8 LA9

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Bone Grafting

Jim Grisdale

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 113

LA18

36

Cosmetic Reconstruction Using Laser Closed Flap Crown Lengthening

Les Rykiss •

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

Pacific Rim - Jade Ballroom

70

Bone Grafting Made Easy for GP Practices

Michael Dib

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 217/218/219

70

Topic Index of Sessions / Speakers

Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology

LA19

36

Oral Surgery Oral Surgery for the General Dentist

Orthodontics

78

Pediatric Dentistry

Periodontics

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Topic Index of Sessions / Speakers Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Session

Time

Implementing a Successful Periodontal Department

Nancy Adair •

Saturday 10:00 - 12:30 VCC - Room 110

Crown Lengthening Hands-On Surgical Workshop

James Kohner

Saturday 10:00 - 12:30 VCC - Room 208/209 continues 1:30 - 4:00

LA34

38

A Unique Workshop: Hands-On with Cavitron Ultrasonic Systems

Cheri Wu

Saturday 10:00 - 12:30 VCC - Room 116/117

LA27

39

James Neuber • Steven J. Hill •

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 113

52

Tieraona Low Dog

Saturday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Ballroom A

81

Panoramic Radiography: Are Your Images Up To Snuff?

Gail Williamson • Edwin T. Parks •

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 205

63

Digital Radiography: Join the Revolution

Gail Williamson Edwin T. Parks

Saturday 10:00 - 12:30 Sirona Learning Centre repeats 1:30 - 4:00

Hot Topics including Failures and Mishaps

David Hornbrook •

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00 repeats Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 202/203

45

VCC - Room 212/213/214

60

“I Can See Your Crack From Here” The Epidemic of Cracked Teeth

David Clark •

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 208/209

53

Gorgeous Esthetics & Function with Minimally – Invasive Direct Resin Restorations

Michael Dieter

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 207

52

Adhesives and Cement

David Hornbrook •

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00 repeats Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 202/203

46

VCC - Room 212/213/214

61

Restorative Materials Update 2012

Jeff Brucia •

Friday 9:00 - 11:30 continues 2:00 - 4:30

VCC - Ballroom B

58

Predictable Systems for Indirect All-Ceramic Restorations

Brian LeSage

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 204

63

Restoratively Guided Orthodontics – Facially Generated Treatment Planning

Elliot Mechanic Brita Nadeau

Friday 8:30 - 11:00 repeats 1:30 - 4:00

Pacific Rim Emerald Ballroom A/B

60

Minimally Invasive Composite Dentistry Hands-On

David Clark

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 215

LA15

36

Direct Posterior Composites: Balancing Efficiency and Long-Term Performance

Michael Sesemann

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 112

LA20

34

Successfully Managing Complex Multisurface Posterior Composites

Peter Walford •

Saturday 12:00 - 1:00

VCC - Room 218

75

7 Current Trends in Infection Control

Dean Swift •

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 121/122

49

7 Current Trends in Green Dentistry – How to be a Green Clean Smiling Machine!

Dean Swift •

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 121/122

54

Periodontics

Location

Limited Attendance

Speakers

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How To Navigate Thru Digital All Ceramics from Single Units to Smiles

Prevention/Diagnosis Diabesity: Connecting the Dots Between Obesity, Oral Health, Diabetes, Heart Disease

Radiology LA35 LA36

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Restorative/Operative Dentistry

Safety/Infection Control

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Topic Index of Sessions / Speakers Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence

Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Page

Pressure Thermoforming, Oral/Facial Injury Prevention & Thermoforming Appliances

Ray Padilla •

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 216

Hands-On Pressure Thermoforming of Dental Appliances

Ray Padilla

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 114

Dispelling the Myth. Mouthguards and the Prevention of Sports Injuries

W. Scott LeBuke •

Saturday 2:00 - 3:00

VCC - Room 217

76

Pharmacological Management of Periodontal Disease

Michael Goldberg •

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 303/304

49

Management of Dental Patients Taking Endocrine/Metabolic Agents

Geza Terezhalmy •

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 121/122

67

The Art and Science of Botulinum Toxin: Practical Applications for the Dentist

Brian Freund

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 202/203

71

Working Smarter in the Great Recession -Mahesh Nagarajan Metrics and Functions of Practice Management

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00 repeats 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 116/117

45

Why Don’t They Just Do It My Way?

Vicki Fenn

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 109

50

How to Deal with Anxious Patients

Kenford Nedd

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

Pacific Rim - Emerald Ballroom A/B

45

Double Jeopardy: Managing Personal and Professional Financial Risks

Evan Parubets • Michael Trklja • Renata Whiteman •

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 302

50

BCDA Practice Series: 10 Things All NEW Dentists to BC Really Need to Know!

BC Dental Association

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 302

54

Dental Practice Transition and Sale

Calvin Carpenter Henry Doyle Al Heaps

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 303/304

56

Practice Power – Team Strategies that Get Results

Debra Engelhardt-Nash

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 110

54

My Way + Their Way = Success

Vicki Fenn

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 115

CSI Dental – True Crimes from our Case Files

David Harris William Hiltz

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00 repeats Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 109

Are Your Finances Ready for Retirement?

Murray Neilson John Nicola

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 215

57

Top 10 Tips to Increase Cosmetic Dentistry in Your Office

Gary Radz •

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 205

53

Record Keeping Essentials – What You Need to Know

Sandra Harvey David L. Tobias Ash Varma Carmel Wiseman

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 211

67

Wit, Fit & Balance...Strategies for Success

Meg Soper

Friday 8:30 - 11:00 repeats 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 220/221/222

61

Magic and Air – A Fun Way to Help Manage Your Pedo Patients

Henry Tom •

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 207

71

Purchasing a Dental Practice

Calvin Carpenter Henry Doyle Al Heaps

Saturday 10:00 - 12:30 VCC - Room 114

80

The Happy Dentist

Peter Bevan-Baker •

Saturday 3:00 - 4:00

VCC - Room 219

77

When Patients Realize Their Needs... Your Practice Grows

Mary Ellen Breckenridge •

Saturday 3:00 - 4:00

VCC - Room 218

77

Topic Index of Sessions / Speakers

Trauma Dentistry 49 LA5

Pharmacology

Practice Management

LA3

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Topic Index of Sessions / Speakers Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence

Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Page

Growing Your Dental Business Through Gratitude

Darren Morrison •

Saturday 11:00 - 12:00

VCC - Room 218

75

On Team Development; and the Indispensability of Conflict

Yvette Ringham-Cowan • Valerie Cotta •

Saturday 10:00 - 11:00

VCC - Room 218

74

S.O.S.! Superior, Outstanding Service

Lori Risling •

Saturday 2:00 - 3:00

VCC - Room 218

77

Practice Management

Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Page

Why Don’t They Just Do It My Way?

Vicki Fenn

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 109

50

How to Deal with Anxious Patients

Kenford Nedd

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

Pacific Rim - Emerald Ballroom A/B

45

My Way + Their Way = Success

Vicki Fenn

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 115

Wit, Fit & Balance...Strategies for Success

Meg Soper

Friday 8:30 - 11:00 repeats 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 220/221/222

61

When Patients Realize Their Needs... Your Practice Grows

Mary Ellen Breckenridge •

Saturday 3:00 - 4:00

VCC - Room 218

77

Patient Centered Care – An Update For Oral Health Care Professionals

David Kelner •

Saturday 11:00 - 12:00

VCC - Room 219

75

THE “B” WORD - Reconcile the Conflicting Values of Business and Healthcare

Kristin Nickells •

Saturday 1:00 - 2:00

VCC - Room 217

76

Dealing with Dementia in the Office

Ronine Sharp

Saturday 12:00 - 1:00

VCC - Room 219

76

“Fire Flaring Up”: Cross-Cultural Dental Practice

Maggie Wen •

Saturday 10:00 - 11:00

VCC - Room 219

74

Working Smarter in the Great Recession -Mahesh Nagarajan Metrics and Functions of Practice Management

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00 repeats 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 116/117

45

Double Jeopardy: Managing Personal and Professional Financial Risks

Evan Parubets • Michael Trklja • Renata Whiteman •

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 302

50

Women and Finance

Litza N. Anderson • Kathy Kushner • Patty Scrase •

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 224

56

Dental Practice Transition and Sale

Calvin Carpenter Henry Doyle Al Heaps

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 303/304

56

Are Your Finances Ready for Retirement?

Murray Neilson John Nicola

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 215

57

Retirement Planning for Dentists

Don Bulmer Stephen Cheng

Saturday 10:00 - 12:30 VCC - Room 306

80

Purchasing a Dental Practice

Calvin Carpenter Henry Doyle Al Heaps

Saturday 10:00 - 12:30 VCC - Room 114

80

The Interrelation of Women’s Oral Health with their Total Health

Kate O’Hanlan •

Friday 9:00 - 11:30 repeats 2:00 - 4:30

VCC - Ballroom A

61

The Art and Science of Botulinum Toxin: Practical Applications for the Dentist

Brian Freund

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 202/203

71

Smoking Cessation and Addiction Treatment

Milan Khara

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 302

71

Communication

LA3

32

Topic Index of Sessions / Speakers

Learning Pattern: Personal Development

Finance/Practice Transition

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Learning Pattern: Personal Development

Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Page

Nutrition Update: 2012

Warren Karp

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 217/218/219

50

The Body Mouth Link: Make the Connection for Optimal Health

Uche Odiatu

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30 repeats 2:00 - 4:30

VCC - Ballroom C

44

What Patients Want... What Dentists Want: Easy Healthy Dentistry!

Fay Goldstep •

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC - Room 301

66

The Diet to Promote Health and Prevent Disease

Warren Karp

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

Pacific Rim Star Sapphire A/B

66

Wit, Fit & Balance...Strategies for Success

Meg Soper

Friday 8:30 - 11:00 repeats 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 220/221/222

61

The Interrelation of Women’s Oral Health with their Total Health

Kate O’Hanlan •

Friday 9:00 - 11:30 repeats 2:00 - 4:30

VCC - Ballroom A

61

Smoking Cessation and Addiction Treatment

Milan Khara

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Room 302

71

A Journey Through Cancer Treatment

Marci Eaton

Saturday 10:00 - 12:30 VCC - Room 224

80

A Novel Approach to Understanding the Link Between Oral Care and Systemic Health

Jim Grisdale •

Saturday 10:00 - 12:30 VCC - Room 118

81

Dietary Supplements: What the Dental Team Should Know

Tieraona Low Dog

Saturday 10:00 - 12:30 VCC - Ballroom A

81

Gyn Phys – Understanding Your Gynecology and Oral Health (“Gin fizz!”)

Kate O’Hanlan •

Saturday 10:00 - 12:30 VCC - Room 211

81

Diabesity: Connecting the Dots Between Obesity, Oral Health, Diabetes, Heart Disease

Tieraona Low Dog

Saturday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC - Ballroom A

81

Oral Cancer: Understanding the Effects of Cultural Oral Habits

Sherry Linn Priebe •

Saturday 2:00 - 3:00

VCC - Room 219

77

Dealing with Dementia in the Office

Ronine Sharp

Saturday 12:00 - 1:00

VCC - Room 219

76

Tsunami of Disintegrating Dentistry in Coming Decades!

Jon O. Strom •

Saturday 1:00 - 2:00

VCC - Room 218

76

Yoga for Dental Professionals – Staying Healthy Through Years of Dental Postures

Kristin Yont •

Saturday 12:00 - 1:00

VCC - Room 217

75

Laureen DiStefano •

Saturday 1:00 - 2:00

VCC - Room 219

76

Topic Index of Sessions / Speakers

Health

Personal Development Sharing SMILES and STORIES from Around the World!

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Hands-On Courses

Thursday, March 8 exhibit hall open 8:30am to 6:00pm

Morning Courses

Robert Lowe, DDS, FAGD, FICD, FADI, FACD, FIADFE

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am Code: LA1 Cost: $250.00 VCC - Room 112

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics

Robert Lowe graduated magna cum laude from Loyola University School of Dentistry in 1982 and was a Clinical Professor in Restorative Dentistry until its closure in 1993. Since 2000, he has maintained a private practice in Charlotte, NC. Dr. Lowe lectures internationally and publishes in well known dental journals on aesthetic and restorative dentistry.

In this hands-on course, Dr. Lowe will discuss and demonstrate techniques to create morphologically precise composite restorations. The challenges of placing Class II direct composites (proximal contact and contour) and soft tissue management will also be discussed. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Dental Solution with Wedges Hands-On Jan Johansson, DDS

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am Code: LA2 Cost: $250.00 VCC - Room 115

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics

Jan Johansson is an eminent Swedish dentist with more than 40 years experience. He has been a member of the Board of The Swedish Dental Society, being responsible for arranging their annual Scientific Congress. For the past 20 years Jan has regularly been conducting “hands-on” courses for dental teams, largely about restorative dentistry and dental hygiene.

A presentation of 4 new tools in restorative dentistry focusing preparation and matrices. FenderWedge and FenderPrep for protection during preparation. FenderMate and Fender Prime, matrices for Class II fillings in permanent and primary teeth.

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

Afternoon Courses The Art of a Beautiful Smile – Hands-On

George Kirtley, DDS

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Code: LA4 Cost: $250.00 VCC - Room 112

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics

Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Advances in Composite Restorative Dentistry: A Blend Of Innovation and Materials

George Kirtley received his degree from Indiana University. He is one of only 3 dentists worldwide Accredited by both the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.He is founder and director of the Midwest Center for Advanced Dental Education located in Indianapolis , Indiana, Senior Clinical instructor/lecturer for the Aesthetic Advantage New York University and Designer of Envisionasmile Cosmetic Imaging Software.

A step-by-step protocol is taught by Dr. Kirtley on the proper techniques of veneer preparation design. Attendees will also have the hands on experience of learning temporization of the anterior veneer case and impression technique for this highly technical procedure. Attendance at the morning lecture is highly recommended to gain the ultimate benefit of this highly popular course.

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

Hands-On Pressure Thermoforming of Dental Appliances Ray Padilla, DDS

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Code: LA5 Cost: $250.00

VCC - Room 114

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Trauma Dentistry CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Ray Padilla is at the UCLA School of Dentistry. He is the Team Dentist for UCLA Athletics, the Los Angeles Galaxy, and USA National Soccer Teams. Dr. Padilla has published many articles on dental appliance pressure thermoforming, mouthguards, trauma treatment and prevention and organized www.sportsdentistry.com. He maintains a private practice in Manhattan Beach, California.

This course will focus on pressure thermoforming fabrication of appliances such as stents, mouthguards, model duplication impressions, clear orthodontic positioners and retainers, bleaching trays, denture repairs and other in-house thermoformed appliances resulting in decreased lab bills. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Canada Limited

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Hands-On Courses

Thursday, March 8 exhibit hall open 8:30am to 6:00pm

Afternoon Courses Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

My Way + Their Way = Success Vicki Fenn, BComm, PCC, RTC

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Code: LA3 Cost: $199.00 VCC - Room 115

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Communication CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Vicki Fenn, President of Vicki Fenn Life Coach Inc and a professional coach for the past twenty-five years, has helped people define their purpose and direction, strengthen their communication and relationship skills, and achieve balance between their personal and professional lives.

This workshop provides the opportunity for participants to personally experience the SDI® (Strength Deployment Inventory), a unique learning and dialogue tool that guides people toward critical insight and perspective into ways to build and sustain effective work relationships.

Friday, March 9

exhibit hall open 8:30am to 5:30pm

All Day Courses MTM – Minor Tooth Movement Hands-On Training Neil Warshawsky, DDS, MS, PC

Friday, 8:00am–5:00pm (special time) Code: LA6 Cost: $349.00 VCC - Room 114

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Orthodontics CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Neil Warshawsky is a graduate of the University of Illinois. He maintains his own practice and owns and operates four offices in and around Chicago. Neil focuses on aesthetic solutions for multidisciplinary dental cases, removable appliance therapy, and is currently one of the largest users of Incognito custom lingual braces, in North and South America.

In this workshop, the participant will learn to build removable Essix retainer with the objective to move teeth 1 to 4 mm. The Hilliard thermoplier system will be highlighted and a new Premade aligner will be discussed for those who like the idea of removable orthodontics but don’t like to get messy. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Canada Limited

Repeated Courses Achieving Clinical Confidence with Cavitron Ultrasonic Systems Cheri Wu, RDH, BDSc

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am Code: LA8

VCC - Room 116/117

Cost: $99.00

Repeated Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Code: LA9

VCC - Room 116/117

Cost: $99.00

Repeated Saturday, 10:00am–12:30pm Code: LA27

VCC - Room 116/117

Cheri Wu holds a Bachelor of Dental Science degree from UBC and is a RDH with twenty years of clinical experience in private and non-profit practice. Currently, Cheri is a hygienist at Focus On Dental Hygiene and holds a faculty position at Camosun College. Ms. Wu lectures extensively on ultrasonics and assists schools nationally with the integration of ultrasonic instrumentation in their curriculums.

Are you providing maximum effectiveness and client comfort when you use an ultrasonic? Join us for a progressive workshop that will take you to the next level in patient care and help you meet the demands of today’s non-surgical periodontal therapy. - course is limited to 20. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Canada Limited

Cost: $99.00

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Periodontics CE Approved BC Y AB Y

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Friday, March 9

exhibit hall open 8:30am to 5:30pm

Repeated Courses

David Clark, DDS

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am Code: LA7 VCC - Room 201

Cost: $250.00

Repeated Saturday, 10:00am–12:30pm Code: LA21

VCC - Room 201

Cost: $250.00

David Clark founded the Academy of Microscope Enhanced Dentistry and is a board member and lecturer for CRA. He lectures internationally and authored the first guide to enamel and dentinal cracks at 16x magnification, also minimally invasive dentistry, biomimetic endodontic shaping, and is an opinion leader in restorative dentistry and endodontics. He developed Bioclear Matrix System.

A quintessential microscope, endodontic, and anatomical learning experience. Attendees use microscopes, ultrasonics, Typhoon rotaries, and Endoguide burs to access and safely explore the calcified tooth and curved root. Exercises include: dentinal maps, minimally invasive design, and 3-D anatomy. Co-sponsored by Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services Microscopes provided by Global Surgical Corp.

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approved BC Y AB Y

R U Ready 4 the 2 Nu R’s N Endo? Rotary and Resilon John Olmsted, DDS, MS

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Code: LA13 VCC - Room 201

Cost: $250.00

Repeated Saturday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Code: LA23

VCC - Room 201

Cost: $250.00

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics

John Olmsted is a Past President of the AAE, and past General Chair of ADA 2004 Orlando Meeting. John has been active in practice, teaching, lecturing, and dental organizations for the past 35 years. He earned his DDS from Iowa with OKU; his MS in Endodontics from UNC-Chapel Hill and is currently an Adjunct Professor. John is certified by the ABE and obtained his FAGD, FICD, FACD, and FPFA.

Dr. John Olmsted will introduce you to continuing improvements with new endodontic rotary files and the new resin bonding 3-D obturation material with all the properties of gutta percha, but with superior sealing abilities as a root canal filling material. Co-sponsored by Sybron Dental Specialties Microscopes provided by Global Surgical Corp.

Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Microscope Enhanced Endodontics Hands-On

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

An Everyday Approach to Utilizing Hard and Soft Tissue Lasers Brad Labrecque, DMD

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Code: LA10 VCC - Room 115

Cost: $250.00

Repeated Saturday, 10:00am–12:30pm Code: LA22

VCC - Room 115

Cost: $250.00

Brad Labrecque graduated from the University of Saskatchewan, receiving his DMD after completing a BSC with Honors in Biochemistry. He has a general practice in Kamloops, focusing on lasers and minimally invasive dentistry. He has used lasers for the last 12 years, being one of the first dentists in Canada to incorporate Waterlase. He is a founding member of the World Congress of Microdentistry.

Dr. Brad Labrecque has been using lasers in his daily practice for over 12 years. He will show you his techniques and how to utilize them in everyday fundamental dental procedures. There will be lecture, demonstration and hands-on instruction with extracted teeth and animal jaws. Co-sponsored by Biolase Technology, Inc.

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Laser Dentistry CE Approved BC Y AB Y

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Friday, March 9

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Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Morning Courses Wave-One Root Canal Shaping and Effective Irrigation and Disinfection Jeff Coil, DMD, MS, PhD, FRCD(C), FADI, FACD, Diplomate, American Board of Endodontics

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am Code: LA11

VCC - Room 115

Cost: $250.00

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Let’s Stick Together…Simplifying Indirect and Direct Restoration Choice Jack Griffin Jr, DMD, MAGD

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am Code: LA12 VCC - Room 112

Cost: $250.00

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Materials/Techniques CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Participants will learn about the latest root canal instrumentation system, Wave-One, and an effective root canal disinfection protocol. Experience root canal shaping with a reciprocating NiTi file, and learn what you can do to achieve effective endodontic irrigation and disinfection. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Tulsa

Jack Griffin Jr has practiced in St. Louis county Missouri since 1988. In a very busy practice, he and his staff have consistently maintained a 50-55% overhead by emphasizing cosmetics while doing all phases of general dentistry. He has been awarded by his peers Diplomat status with the American Board of Aesthetic Dentistry (ABAD), holds accredited status with the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentisty.

The goal of this course is to simplify materials and techniques to provide success with an increased efficiency with both indirect and direct aesthetic restorations. We will learn how to do it right and then we will DO what we have learned. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

Afternoon Courses Direct Composites: Simple, Easy and Beautiful! Howard Glazer, DDS, FAGD, FICD, FACD, FASDA

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Code: LA17 VCC - Room 111

Cost: $250.00

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Direct Posterior Composites: Balancing Efficiency and Long-Term Performance Michael Sesemann, DDS, FAACD

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Code: LA20 VCC - Room 112

Cost: $250.00

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Restorative/Operative Dentistry CE Approved BC Y AB Y

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Jeff Coil is currently an Assistant Professor and Director of the Graduate Endodontic Program, Department of Oral Biological and Medical Sciences, University of British Columbia. He is a member of the British Columbia Society of Endodontists, Canadian Academy of Endodontics, and American Association of Endodontists.

Howard Glazer is a Past President of the AGD and founding member of the CAED. Dr. Glazer lectures internationaly and has been named as one of the “Leading Clinicians in Continuing Education” by Dentistry Today, and one of the Top Dentists by New Jersey Monthly. He lectures and publishes internationally and writes a monthly column for AGD IMPACT.

This program integrates didactic material and hands-on experience with anterior and posterior composites along with “no flow flowables.” Participants will explore the technique of layering and blending shades to insure an aesthetic result. Various matrix and polishing systems will be discussed. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

Michael Sesemann received his dental degree in 1981 from the University of Nebraska Medical Center, College of Dentistry. While maintaining a full-time practice in Omaha, Dr. Sesemann lectures internationally and has published several manuscripts on esthetic and comprehensive dentistry. He is a Clinical Instructor at the Kois Center and serves on many editorial boards of major publications.

Direct posterior restorations play a significant role in daily dental practice. This hands-on course will focus on proper adhesion protocols and the establishment of proper form and function utilizing a new bulk-fill resin composite material. Co-sponsored by Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc.

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Friday, March 9

exhibit hall open 8:30am to 5:30pm

Afternoon Courses Ian Erwood maintains a full time general practice focussing on dental implant rehabilitation. He is a founding member of the Toronto Aesthetic and Implant Study Club and past president of the Ontario Study Club of Osseointegration. He has published and lectures internationally on various topics relating to implantology.

Ian Erwood, BSc, DDS, FAGD, FICOI

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Code: LA16 VCC - Room 305

Cost: $250.00

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants

During this hands-on learning session each attendee will be working on a model where they can practice placing mini dental implants. Attendees can familiarize themselves with the MDI armamentarium. Co-Sponsored by 3M ESPE Dental Products

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Twenty-First Century Laser-Assisted Dentistry Hands-On Workshop

Rick Cardoza is a general dentist in El Cajon California. Dr. Cardoza first incorporated dental lasers into his practice in 2001 for both hard tissue and soft tissue applications. He is a member of the Academy of Laser Dentistry and a Fellow of the World Clinic Laser Institute. He lectures extensively throughout the US and Canada on the topics of lasers and forensic dentistry.

Anthony (Rick) Cardoza, DDS, D-ABFO Kimberly Cardoza, RDH

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Code: LA14 VCC - Room 216

Kimberly Cardoza has been using dental lasers within herpractice of dental hygiene for ten years. She has membership and certification in the Academy of Laser Dentistry (ALD), and the World Clinical Laser Institute (WCLI). She is a graduate of the Dental Hygiene program at Cerritos College (1996) with an Associate of Art degree. She practices with her husband in El Cajon California.

Cost: $250.00

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Laser Dentistry CE Approved BC Y AB Y

This program covers hard and soft tissue laser applications, safety, physics, and visualization. Participants will experience hands-on lasers with enhanced visualization (magnification loupes and white light technology). This workshop is geared for the doctor and the hygienist. Co-sponsored by National Dental Inc.

Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

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Friday, March 9

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Afternoon Courses Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Hands-On with Velscope Samson Ng, BSc, DMD, MSc, FRCD(C),

FDSRCSEd, Dip. ABOM, Dip. ABOMP

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Code: LA19

VCC - Room 205

Cost: $250.00

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology CE Approved BC Y AB Y

This interactive hands-on workshop is to review the clinical steps for early detection and diagnostic workup of patients with suspicious oral (pre-) malignant lesions. Adjunct visualization technology (Velscope) will be discussed in great detail. Co-sponsored by LED Dental Inc.

Bone Grafting Jim Grisdale, BA, DDS, Dip. Prosth, Dip. Perio, MRCD(C)

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Code: LA18 VCC - Room 113

Cost: $250.00

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Periodontics CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Jim Grisdale has a private practice in Vancouver, BC. He is a mentor for study clubs, a sessional lecturer for Continuing Dental Education at UBC and an active participant in clinical research. Dr. Grisdale has published in the area of dentin sensitivity, implants, bone regeneration and soft tissue periodontal adhesives. He lectures extensively and is a member of several professional societies.

This workshop explores various grafting materials, their indications and applications, and types of defects the clinician can predictably fill. Indications and use of membranes will also be discussed. All procedures are taught using anatomically correct models, and all instrumentation is provided. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Tulsa

Minimally Invasive Composite Dentistry Hands-On David Clark, DDS

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Code: LA15

VCC - Room 215

Cost: $250.00

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Restorative/Operative Dentistry CE Approved BC Y AB Y

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Samson Ng is a certified specialist in oral medicine and pathology. He is appointed as clinical assistant professor at the UBC, director of the Oral Care Program for the Medically Complex Patients (OCPMCP) at the VGH Department of Dentistry. Dr. Ng also operates a private practice in Vancouver and in Abbotsford.

David Clark founded the Academy of Microscope Enhanced Dentistry and is a board member and lecturer for CRA. He lectures internationally and authored the first guide to enamel and dentinal cracks at 16x magnification, also minimally invasive dentistry, biomimetic endodontic shaping, and is an opinion leader in restorative dentistry and endodontics. He developed Bioclear Matrix System.

Attendees will perform cavity preparations, matrixing, injection molded filling, and mirror like polishing of minimally invasive composite dentistry using the Bioclear Matrix System. Attendees will learn alternatives to boxy GV Black dentistry. Attendees are asked to bring loupes and headlamps. Co-sponsored by Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services

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Invisalign Clear Essentials Invisalign Clear Essentials I Saturday, 8:00am–5:00pm (special time) Code: LA25 Cost: $1,875.00 Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Orthodontics CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Trent W. Smallwood has been treating Invisalign® patients at his Centre for Contemporary Dental Concepts in Tempe, Arizona since 2003. In addition to lecturing at Invisalign courses, he teaches for other major dental manufacturers, dental laboratories and at dental conferences nationwide. Dr. Smallwood is on the faculty of the Hornbeck Group and is codirector of its Advanced Posterior Program.

This one day course is designed specifically for the general practitioner and team members that wish to incorporate the Invisalign® system into their practice. This case based training provides participants with the clinical and operational confidence to successfully treat a range of highly predictable cases. In addition to providing your entire team with essential clinical, operational and marketing skills, the course presents a full range of support resources specifically designed to meet the needs of the non orthodontic practice. Tuition covers the doctor and up to 4 team members. Presented by Align Tech The dentist and non-dentist auxiliary staff must all be registered in the same online PDC account. Please contact the PDC office if you have questions regarding the registration process of this course. The dentist will receive certification for this course.

Invisalign Clear Essentials II Ben Miraglia, DDS

Saturday, 8:00am–5:00pm (special time) Code: LA26 Cost: $199.00 Pacific Rim - Emerald Ballroom A/B Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Orthodontics CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Ben Miraglia has been treating Invisalign® patients since 2004 at his private practice in Mt. Kisco, New York. He continues to share his Invisalign expertise by conducting study groups in the tri-state area and was a speaker at Invisalign’s 2007 GP Summit in Las Vegas. He is a graduate of the State University at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine, a member of the ADA, AGD, NYSAGD, and Ninth District Dental Society.

If you are a dentist looking to build on you Invisalign case experience, this highly interactive one day course is designed to deliver insights from your colleagues to augment your expertise, contribute to your patient success and enhance your practice economics. During the course, you will learn how to approach more difficult cases and complex tooth movements with aligners and auxiliaries. This lecture is designed for GPs who currently have Invisalign® in their practice.

Learn why it’s the right time to growwhy yourit’s practice with Invisalign. Learn the right time to grow your practice with Invisalign. 2012 CLEAR ESSENTIALS I DATES 2012 CLEAR I DATESWA February 3 ESSENTIALSSeattle, February Seattle, WA BC March 103 Vancouver, March 10 Vancouver, BC April 13 Calgary, AB April 13 Calgary, AB April 20 Spokane, WA April Spokane, May20 4 Victoria, WA BC May Victoria, May418 Seattle,BC WA May 181 Seattle, WA SK June Saskatoon, June 1 Saskatoon, June 15 Vancouver,SK BC June 15 24 Vancouver, BC August Seattle, WA August 24 12 Seattle, WA BC October Vancouver, October Vancouver, October12 26 Edmonton,BC AB October 26 Edmonton, AB November 16 Seattle, WA November Seattle, December16 7 Calgary,WA AB December Calgary, AB BC December714 Vancouver, December 14 Vancouver, BC

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2012 CLEAR ESSENTIALS II DATES 2012 CLEAR II DATES February 3 ESSENTIALSSeattle, WA February Seattle, WA BC March 103 Vancouver, March 1024 Vancouver, BC August Seattle, WA August 24 Seattle, WA December 7 Calgary, AB December Calgary, AB BC December714 Vancouver, December 14 Vancouver, BC

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All Day Courses Crown Lengthening Hands-On Surgical Workshop James Kohner, DDS

Saturday, 10:00am–12:30pm continues 1:30pm–4:00pm Code: LA34 Cost: $595.00 VCC - Room 208/209

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Periodontics CE Approved BC Y AB Y

James Kohner is originally from Cleveland, Ohio, graduated from The Ohio State University and Case Western Reserve Dental School. He obtained his certificate in Perio from Boston University. He has presented at many annual state meetings and at the AAP meetings for many years. He currently is on the faculty of the Perio Institute teaching courses on Crown Lengthening and Soft Tissue Grafting.

This all day presentation provides a review of the principles and procedures needed for Crown Lengthening. It covers indications, contraindications, and methods of managing the surrounding tissues. Surgical technique, Biologic Width, and preservation of aesthetics are taught. Sponsored by Perio Institute

Repeated Courses The Art of Exquisite Anterior, Posterior, Single and Multiple Unit Provisionals Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA, CDD

Saturday, 10:00am–12:30pm Code: LA24 Cost: $175.00 VCC - Room 113

Repeated Saturday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Code: LA28

VCC - Room 113

Cost: $175.00

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Dental Assisting, Fixed Prosthodontics

Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA CDD and her husband Erik are the owners of a new publication Contemporary Product Solutions. Shannon is a faculty member at Spear Education instructing through both lectures and hands on programs. Shannon was selected one of Dentistry Today’s Top 100 Clinicians of 2009, 2010 and 2011. She was voted one of DPR’s top 25 women in dentistry.

The role of dental restorations used for provisional and indirect restorative procedures has changed dramatically in the past several years. These restorations are no longer regarded as temporary restorations but rather as provisional restorations with distinct functions and purposes. Co-sponsored by VOCO Canada, Inc.

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Digital Radiography – Join the Revolution Edwin T. Parks, DMD, MS Gail Williamson, AS, BS, MS

Saturday, 10:00am–12:30pm Code: LA35 Cost: $175.00 Sirona Learning Centre

Repeated Saturday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Code: LA36

Sirona Learning Centre

Cost: $175.00

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Digital Imaging, Radiology CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Edwin T. Parks received his DMD from the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry and his MS in Dental Diagnostic Sciences from Indiana University School of Dentistry. He is currently a Professor of Diagnostic Sciences in the Department of Oral Pathology, Medicine and Radiology at Indiana University School of Dentistry. Dr. Parks is the division director for Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology. Gail Williamson is a Professor of Dental Diagnostic Sciences in the Department of Oral Pathology, Medicine and Radiology at Indiana University School of Dentistry, and a Faculty Fellow for Faculty Advancement Initiatives, Office of Academic Affairs, Indiana UniversityPurdue University at Indianapolis, Indiana.

Lecture and hands-on instruction in basic concepts and techniques in digital radiography. Lecture includes overview of digital imaging, receptors and common errors. Useful if planning to purchase digital technology or needing help with image acquisition. This course will benefit dentists, hygienists and assistants. Note: Transportation will be provided to and from the front of the Vancouver Convention Centre to the Sirona Learning Centre, located at College Place, Suite 110, 1765 West 8th Avenue.

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Repeated Courses Cheri Wu holds a Bachelor of Dental Science degree from UBC and is a RDH with twenty years of clinical experience in private and non-profit practice. Currently, Cheri is a hygienist at Focus On Dental Hygiene and holds a faculty position at Camosun College. Ms. Wu lectures extensively on ultrasonics and assists schools nationally with the integration of ultrasonic instrumentation in their curriculums.

Cheri Wu, RDH, BDSc

Saturday, 10:00am–12:30pm Code: LA27 Cost: $99.00

VCC - Room 116/117

Repeated from Friday, 8:30pm–11:00am Code: LA8

VCC - Room 116/117

Cost: $99.00

Repeated from Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Code: LA9

VCC - Room 116/117

Are you providing maximum effectiveness and client comfort when you use an ultrasonic? Join us for a progressive workshop that will take you to the next level in patient care and help you meet the demands of today’s non-surgical periodontal therapy. - course is limited to 20. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Canada Limited

Cost: $99.00

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Periodontics CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

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Repeated Courses Microscope Enhanced Endodontics Hands-On David Clark, DDS

Saturday, 10:00am–12:30pm Code: LA21 Cost: $250.00

VCC - Room 201

Repeated from Friday, 8:30am–11:00am Code: LA7

VCC - Room 201

Cost: $250.00

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics

David Clark founded the Academy of Microscope Enhanced Dentistry and is a board member and lecturer for CRA. He lectures internationally and authored the first guide to enamel and dentinal cracks at 16x magnification, also minimally invasive dentistry, biomimetic endodontic shaping, and is an opinion leader in restorative dentistry and endodontics. He developed Bioclear Matrix System.

A quintessential microscope, endodontic, and anatomical learning experience. Attendees use microscopes, ultrasonics, Typhoon rotaries, and Endoguide burs to access and safely explore the calcified tooth and curved root. Exercises include: dentinal maps, minimally invasive design, and 3-D anatomy. Co-sponsored by Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services Microscopes provided by Global Surgical Corp.

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

R U Ready 4 the 2 Nu R’s N Endo? Rotary and Resilon John Olmsted, DDS, MS

Saturday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Code: LA23 VCC - Room 201

Cost: $250.00

Repeated from Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Code: LA13

VCC - Room 201

Cost: $250.00

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics

John Olmsted is a Past President of the AAE, and past General Chair of ADA 2004 Orlando Meeting. John has been active in practice, teaching, lecturing, and dental organizations for the past 35 years. He earned his DDS from Iowa with OKU; his MS in Endodontics from UNC-Chapel Hill and is currently an Adjunct Professor. John is certified by the ABE and obtained his FAGD, FICD, FACD, and FPFA.

Dr. John Olmsted will introduce you to continuing improvements with new endodontic rotary files and the new resin bonding 3-D obturation material with all the properties of gutta percha, but with superior sealing abilities as a root canal filling material. Co-sponsored by Sybron Dental Specialties Microscopes provided by Global Surgical Corp.

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An Everyday Approach to Utilizing Hard and Soft Tissue Lasers Brad Labrecque, DMD

Saturday, 10:00am–12:30pm Code: LA22 Cost: $250.00 VCC - Room 115

Repeated from Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Code: LA10

VCC - Room 115

Cost: $250.00

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Laser Dentistry

Brad Labrecque graduated from the University of Saskatchewan, receiving his DMD after completing a BSC with Honors in Biochemistry. He has a general practice in Kamloops, focusing on lasers and minimally invasive dentistry. He has used lasers for the last 12 years, being one of the first dentists in Canada to incorporate Waterlase. He is a founding member of the World Congress of Microdentistry.

Dr. Brad Labrecque has been using lasers in his daily practice for over 12 years. He will show you his techniques and how to utilize them in everyday fundamental dental procedures. There will be lecture, demonstration and hands-on instruction with extracted teeth and animal jaws. Co-sponsored by Biolase Technology, Inc.

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Morning Courses Jim Beck, in practice for 29 years, has accumulated over 3000 hours of postgraduate education in cosmetic, TMD/pain management, orthodontic, sleep dentistry, and full mouth dentistry. Successfully treating over 125 full mouth reconstruction patients, he is expert in diagnosis and treatment modalities to achieve optimal functional TMD and cosmetic results in prosthetic, general dentistry and ortho.

Jim Beck, DDS, DABCP, FICCMO, FIAO

Saturday, 10:00am–12:30pm Code: LA37 Cost: $250.00 VCC - Room 112

Dr. Beck teaches how 4 factors of dentistry (Jaw Joint, Muscle, Airway and Teeth) affect the patient’s overall health and how everybody on the Dental Team can be a part of contributing to their patient’s health care. Dentistry is about treating the patient’s entire body instead of just the teeth.

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Occlusion/TMD CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Academy of Emergency Training Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Emergency Medicine

The Academy of Emergency Training is a dynamic school of instruction which is overseen by paramedics, doctors and other health personnel to ensure all materials are both up-to-date with the latest medical news and taught at a level of excellence that far exceeds other First Aid programs in the industry.

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Advance Cardiac Life Support (ACLS for Dentistry) Saturday, 10:00am–4:00pm VCC - Room 214

Code: LA29

Cost: $295.00

This Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) focused course is scenario-based for dental team based on the latest 2010 ECC Guidelines. Participants who provide a previous ACLS certificate are eligible to receive an ACLS recert certificate. All participants will receive a course attendance certificate. Requires current CPR-C within the past 2 years

CPR – Health Care Professional Re-certification Saturday, 10:00am–12:30pm VCC - Room 212

Code: LA32

Cost: $60.00

Repeated Saturday, 1:00pm–3:30pm VCC - Room 212

Code: LA33

Cost: $60.00

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Saturday, 10:00am–4:00pm VCC - Room 213

Code: LA30

Cost: $80.00

This hands-on class offers a high quality-training program in CPR training all team members in the new standards of CPR, based on the 2010 ECG Guidelines. Paramedics are available to answer your specific questions during the class. A manual is provided.

AED – Professional Saturday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 223

This hands-on recert is for dental members who have taken CPR training within the last 3 years. Basic Life Support skills are demonstrated by instructors and participants practice each skill. All skill items in the full CPR-HCP course are covered. Please bring your CPR manual as none is provided.

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Maximum Longevity of All Prosthetics is Not Just About Teeth – Hands-On

Code: LA31

Cost: $90.00

This hands-on program combines adult CPR & AED techniques into a cardiac arrest management strategy including the emergency operation of an AED. The physiology of a cardiac emergency is discussed and the ways to increase a patient’s survival. Class participants will receive a completion certificate. Requires current CPR-C within the past 2 years

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Open Sessions

Thursday, March 8 exhibit hall open 8:30am to 6:00pm

All Day Presentations Pain Control: Analgesia and Local Anesthesia Daniel Haas, DDS, PhD, FRCD(C)

Thursday Open Sessions

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am continues 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 211 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Anaesthesia CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Earth, Wind, and Fire: The View Debra Grant, RDH, BS, CA Shirley Gutkowski, RDH, BSDH, FACE Beth Thompson, RDH, BS, FACE, MFT

Thursday, 9:00am–11:30am continues 2:00pm–4:30pm (special time) VCC - Ballroom B Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Materials/Techniques CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Daniel Haas is professor and Associate Dean at the University of Toronto Faculty of Dentistry and is cross-appointed to the Deptartment of Pharmacology Faculty of Medicine. He holds the Chapman Chair in Clinical Sciences, is Director of the graduate program in Dental Anaesthesia, and practices at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre. He has won many awards for teaching and research in dental anesthesiology. Speaker Host: Hilary Carpenter

The morning session will provide a clinically relevant review of the pharmacology of analgesics used to manage acute postoperative pain. The afternoon session focuses on local anesthesia and will review the clinical pharmacology, complications, and the Gow-Gates and Vazirani-Akinosi techniques. Debra Grant continually challenges the profession of dental hygiene through integrative dentistry. Owner of D Grant & Associates, Inc. a consulting company that integrates eastern and western methodologies into dentistry internationally, along with 36 years of clinical dental hygiene, Debra has received her mastership in aromatherapy, the highest level of education in this field. Shirley Gutkowski is an international speaker, writer, and practiced general dental hygienist. She is a graduate of Marquette University and the school of hard knocks. Co-author of The Purple Guide: Developing Your Clinical Dental Hygiene Career and publisher of The Purple Guide series of books for dental hygienists brings her great satisfaction. Beth Thompson is Founder of CareerFusion the only resource for forward thinking clinicians to learn practical writing, presentation, sales and clinical skills for our ever evolving career goals. Her career has been multifaceted in clinical dental hygiene, education and sales management. Speaker Host: Jodi Noble

Professional, consumer dental products and protocols to be discussed along with the supporting science. Expand your treatment options for every case presentation following logical building blocks. These speakers will use innovative delivery, and surprises to bring the information in a vivid manner.

Cutting Edge Products for Clinical Excellence Derek Hein, BS

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am continues 1:30pm–4:00pm Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Materials/Techniques CE Approved BC Y AB Y

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Derek Hein, COO of CR Foundation, oversees publication of the Gordon J. Christensen CLINICIANS REPORT, the Dental Hygiene CLINICIANS REPORT, Continuing Education, Professional Relations, and Product Distribution. CR Foundation exists as the only non-profit, independent research institute that tests and compares dental products and techniques to confirm efficacy and clinical usefulness. Speaker Host: Dr. Warrick Yu

This course is about dental products; to inform you of the best found, compared, and tested in actual dental offices worldwide and in CR’s extensive laboratories. It is dedicated to identifying the products that make dentistry more enjoyable for clinicians and better for patients.

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Open Sessions

Thursday, March 8 exhibit hall open 8:30am to 6:00pm

Repeated Presentations (morning) Needle Free Anesthesia for Non Surgical Periodontal Debridement Dani Botbyl, RDH

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 306 VCC - Room 306 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Anaesthesia, Dental Hygiene CE Approved BC Y AB Y

All Diode Lasers are Not the Same: Realize the Benefits Lasers Bring to Dentistry Scott Benjamin, DDS

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dianna Barton

Needle free/topical anesthetic products are being formulated in gels, sprays, liquids, thermosetting agents, patches and creams while application is advancing beyond traditional methods. This presentation will address the many subgingival considerations for the safe and effective use of these drugs. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Canada Limited

Scott Benjamin is in private practice in rural upstate NY and is internationally recognized authority on dental lasers and advanced dental technologies. He has faculty appointments at several universities and is Chairman of the ADA Standards Working Group on Dental Lasers, a member of ANSI Committee Z-136 on Laser Safety and an officer on the Board of Directors of the Academy of Laser Dentistry. Speaker Host: Anitra Donald

VCC - Room 215

This program will enhance the attendee’s knowledge of the science, functionality, importance, and applications that diode lasers bring to enhance everyday patient care. It is designed to give the attendees the knowledge and confidence to evaluate and select the laser most beneficial to their practice.

Repeated Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 215 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Digital Imaging

Thursday Open Sessions

Repeated Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Dani Botbyl is a RDH with 22 years of experience devoted to clinical practice and education. For over a decade, she held a faculty position at Niagara College in Ontario. Dani is a Clinical Educator for DENTSPLY Canada and has most recently taken an interest in the area non injectable anesthesia. She is a recognized national speaker and an expert in the area of ultrasonic instrumentation.

Co-sponsored by Sirona Dental Systems GmbH

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Digital Footprints: A Revolution in Dentistry Robert Valiquette, DMD, Cert. Prostho.

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 111

Repeated Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 111 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Digital Imaging

Micoendodontics Using Emerging Technologies Sam Kratchman, DMD/Certificate of Endodontics

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 206

Repeated Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approved BC Y AB Y

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Speaker Host: Gina Wohlgemuth

Presentation of numerous clinical cases with emphasis on the steps required for successful integration into the dental practice and to move you through the learning curve of this new technique. Clinical comparisons of various digital impressioning scanners on the market will also be examined. Co-Sponsored by 3M ESPE Dental Products

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

VCC - Room 206

Robert Valiquette graduated from the Université de Montréal. He maintains a private practice in Prosthodontics for fixed and removable prostheses focusing on aesthetics. He is a member of the Association of Prosthodontists of Québec, the Academy for Osseointegration as well as the Association of Prosthodontists of Canada.

Sam Kratchman received a BS in Biology and DMD from Tufts University. He received an Endodontics Certificate from The University of Pennsylnvania, where he is an Associate Professor of Endodontics, Assistant Director of Graduate Endodontics and in charge of the microsurgical program. Dr. Kratchman lectures throughout the US, Europe, and Asia and was the cover story for Main Line Today. Speaker Host: Dr. Douglas Conn

With the introduction of the operating microscope, nickel titanium rotary instruments, and thermoplasticized gutta percha, the way we perform root canals has changed forever. We will discuss these new instruments and introduce a new concept used for shaping; aggressive files with Controlled Memory. Co-sponsored by Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services

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Thursday, March 8 exhibit hall open 8:30am to 6:00pm

Repeated Presentations (morning) Overcoming the CSI Effect: Redefining Dentistry’s Role in the Forensic Area Theresa S. Gonzales, DMD, MS, MSS

Thursday, 9:00am–11:30am (special times)

Thursday Open Sessions

VCC - Ballroom A

Repeated Thursday, 2:00pm–4:30pm VCC - Ballroom A Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Forensics

Theresa S. Gonzales, Diplomate, American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology Diplomate, American Board of Orofacial Pain Diplomate, American Board of Forensic Examiners Fellow, American Board of Oral Medicine Commander, Bavaria Dental Activity. Speaker Host: Dr. Ellen Park

Forensic odontologists generally define their responsibilities along four main areas of concentration: 1) identification of human remains; 2) recognition and responsible reporting of abuse; 3) age determination; 4) assessment of bite mark injuries.

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Implementing Hard Tissue Lasers with Emphasis on Perio Techniques Stewart Rosenberg, DDS, FAGD, DWCMID, MALD

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 305

Repeated Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 305 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Laser Dentistry, Periodontics CE Approved BC Y AB Y

The Body Mouth Link: Make the Connection for Optimal Health Uche Odiatu, BA, DMD, NSCA - Cert. Personal Trainer

Thursday, 9:00am–11:30am (special times) VCC - Ballroom C

Repeated Thursday, 2:00pm–4:30pm VCC - Ballroom C

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology, Health

Stewart Rosenberg, a pioneer in lasers, air abrasion and other dental technologies, is one of the most entertaining and sought after speakers in dentistry. He is a founder dipolomate and past president of the Academy of Laser Dentistry, World Clinical Laser Institute and World Congress of Minimally Invasive Dentistry, recipient of many awards and honors from these and numerous other organizations. Speaker Host (Thurs am): Dr. Kenneth (Ken) Donald Speaker Host (Thurs pm): Dr. Lanny Donald

Attendees will learn how adding a laser to their practices will dramatically improve patient acceptance, quality of care, increase referrals, and dramatically increase profits while rejuvenating their passion for dentistry! A must for all dentists and hygienists regardless of specialty. Co-sponsored by Biolase Technology, Inc.

Uche Odiatu is the author of The Miracle of Health and Fit for the LOVE of It! This dentist is an NSCA Cert. Personal Trainer, Cert. Nutrition/Wellness Consultant and professional member of the America College of Sports Medicine. This Toronto based dentist has inspired audiences at events for the ADA, ADHA, Pankey, Fortune 500 Co’s. He’s been a guest on 300+ TV/radio shows (ABC’s 20/20 and Canada AM). Speaker Host: Birgit Gajdos

Emerging science catapults inflammation into the ring as the root of many systemic diseases. Stop the deadly fiery cascade with lifestyle solutions guaranteed to change your patients’ health destiny. This fast, fun and inspiring seminar is a “call to arms” against inflammation - let’s douse the flames!

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Joint Based Foundational Occlusion Mark A. Piper, MD, DMD

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am Pacific Rim - Jade Ballroom

Repeated Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 109 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Occlusion/TMD CE Approved BC Y AB Y

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Mark A. Piper is a graduate of Harvard College, Harvard School of Dental Medicine and Vanderbilt Medical School. He completed residency training in General Surgery and Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgery at Vanderbilt University. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgery and a member of 20 professional medical and dental organizations. Speaker Host: Dr. Caroline Cesar

This course will build upon functional occlusion from a foundational perspective that starts in the TMJ. Dysfunctional occlusion will be explained by understanding abnormal joint mechanics. Topics include diagnosis, treatment timing, and avoidance of management failures of restorative, orthodontic, and surgical cases.

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Open Sessions

Thursday, March 8 exhibit hall open 8:30am to 6:00pm

Repeated Presentations (morning) Hot Topics including Failures and Mishaps

David Hornbrook, a gifted clinician and product researcher turned mentor, guides meeting participants to the realization that they, too, possess the ability to practice aesthetic dentistry at the very highest level. He is one of dentistry’s most famous faces and one of the pioneers of live-patient, hands-on clinical education, as the founder of Pac-live and the Hornbrook Group.

David Hornbrook, DDS, FAACD, FACE

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 202/203 VCC - Room 212/213/214

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Restorative/Operative Dentistry

Join Dr. Hornbrook as he explores options for aesthetic, metal-free dentistry for our patients, including Smile Design, Posterior Restorative, Bridge applications and full-mouth rehabilitation. He will discuss the new ceramic systems and their advantages and disadvantages.

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

How to Deal with Anxious Patients

Kenford Nedd is a practicing medical doctor in the field of stress. He speaks internationally and has received outstanding responses to his talks from Thompson Dental Association, International Association of Business Communicators, Real Estate Institute of Canada, Pfizer, Merck, BC Pharmacy Association, an annual conference of US mayors and other medical and dental associations.

Kenford Nedd, BSc, MD

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am Pacific Rim - Emerald Ballroom A/B

Speaker Host (am): Jensina Donald Speaker Host (pm): Fidelia Omorodion

Repeated Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Pacific Rim - Emerald Ballroom A/B Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Communication

Latest scientific info on stress in the dental office. How can the dentist reduce the anxiety and stress on patient and staff and make the dental office a happier place for patients. Seven specific anxiety reducing techniques will be shared.

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Working Smarter in the Great Recession – Metrics and Functions of Practice Management

Thursday Open Sessions

Speaker Host: Dr. Chris Clark

Repeated Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Mahesh Nagarajan is the Alumni Chair of Financial Modeling and Stochastic Optimization and an Associate Professor in the Operations and Logistics Division at the Sauder School of Business at the University of British Columbia. His areas of expertise include supply chain management, applied game theory, inventory management and mathematical modeling of business processes.

Mahesh Nagarajan, PhD (U.S.C.)

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dr. James Armstrong

VCC - Room 116/117

Repeated Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 116/117 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Finance/Practice Transition

Topics include: An introduction to the business of running a Dentist Practice; What are the business metrics, how does one measure them, why are these metrics useful; Understanding these metrics, interpreting and evaluating a practice based on these metrics; Improving the business aspects of a practice; An Integrated view of various business functions on how to do this. Sponsored by UBC Sauder School of Business Executive Education

CE Approved AB Y

Repeated Presentations (afternoon) Whitening that Works! An Exploration of Successful Whitening Systems

Jo-Anne Jones has become a well recognized international speaker

VCC - Room 301

inspiring dental audiences to embrace the profession they have chosen with a renewed confidence and enthusiasm. Jo-Anne is the President of RDH CONNECTION Inc., and serves on the advisory board for Dentistry Today. Jo-Anne is published both nationally and internationally. She has been invited to join the 2012 CE Leaders and has been described as a very dynamic, knowledgeable speaker.

Repeated Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Beverley Arduini

Jo-Anne Jones, RDH

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

VCC - Room 118

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Dental Hygiene CE Approved BC Y AB Y

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Whitening has become a phenomenon from mobile, ‘shopping mall’ whitening to the more sophisticated professional whitening programs all driven by consumer demands. Learn how to educate and empower your dental patient to choose wisely and not be persuaded by marketing rhetoric. Co-sponsored by Philips Sonicare Canada

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Open Sessions

Thursday, March 8 exhibit hall open 8:30am to 6:00pm

Repeated Presentations (afternoon) When The Patient’s Life is in Your Hands: Emergency Medicine Geza Terezhalmy, DDS, MA

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Thursday Open Sessions

VCC - Room 212/213/214

Repeated Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 121/122 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Emergency Medicine

Geza Terezhalmy is Professor and Dean Emeritus, School of Dental Medicine, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. Certified by the American Board of Oral Medicine and the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology (Life). He co-authored several books and published over 250 abstracts and articles in peer reviewed journals. Speaker Host: Dr. William Armstrong

This course will summarize common medical emergencies that require immediate response in the dental office. The treatment procedures included are those activities a clinician “can’t afford not to do” when faced with an unexpected urgent problem.

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Adhesives and Cement

David Hornbrook, DDS, FAACD, FACE

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 202/203

Repeated Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 212/213/214 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Materials/Techniques CE Approved BC Y AB Y

CSI Dental – True Crimes from our Case Files (for Dentists Only)

David Harris, B. Comm, MBA, CMA, FICB, CD, TEP William Hiltz, BSc, MBA, CET

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 109

Repeated Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 109

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approved BC Y AB Y

David Hornbrook, a gifted clinician and product researcher turned mentor, guides meeting participants to the realization that they, too, possess the ability to practice aesthetic dentistry at the very highest level. He is one of dentistry’s most famous faces and one of the pioneers of live-patient, hands-on clinical education, as the founder of Pac-live and the Hornbrook Group. Speaker Host: Dr. Chris Clark

Discussion will include updates of dentinal adhesion, ideal cementation of the new materials using the new resin cements, and addressing the role function plays in our decision making. This truly is the “Platinum Age” of dentistry and the potential for what we can offer to our patients, both aesthetically and functionally, is more exciting and rewarding than ever before. David Harris is a licensed private investigator, with a graduate business degree and professional accounting designation. His company, Prosperident, specializes in detection and investigation of frauds against dentists. David has lectured at several universities in the faculties of dentistry, business and law. William Hiltz is the Chief Fraud Examiner for prosperident, a Canadian company dedicated to reducing dental office fraud. He has investigated countless frauds against dentists and, working closely with law enforcement, has secured numerous criminal convictions. In 2006, Bill co-developed “fraudGUARD”, an effective management system that drastically reduces the likelihood of fraud for dentists. Speaker Host: Dr. Manmeet Bains

This presentation examines some interesting real-life frauds committed against dentists taken from our case files. You will see methodologies that were employed, warnings that were missed and what led to discovery. You will learn how to spot fraud in your office and what to do if you suspect it.

Morning Presentations Modern Direct Composite Cavity Prep – Minimally Invasive Meets Maximum Esthetics David Clark, DDS

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 208/209 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Materials/Techniques CE Approved BC Y AB Y

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David Clark founded the Academy of Microscope Enhanced Dentistry and is a board member and lecturer for CRA. He lectures internationally and authored the first guide to enamel and dentinal cracks at 16x magnification, also minimally invasive dentistry, biomimetic endodontic shaping, and is an opinion leader in restorative dentistry and endodontics. He developed Bioclear Matrix System. Speaker Host: Dr. Nick Seddon

G.V. Black’s cavity preparations were introduced in 1890 and are still taught today. Dr. Clark introduces the science of composite failure along with modern composite preparations and filling techniques in this fast paced, entertaining lecture. Practical tips and the Bioclear Matrix are presented.

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Open Sessions

Thursday, March 8 exhibit hall open 8:30am to 6:00pm

Morning Presentations Contemporary Esthetic Dentistry George Freedman, DDS

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 224

The latest materials and techniques make Contemporary Aesthetic Dental practice better, faster and easier. Which bonding agents? New restoratives, matrices, cements. Cancer screening. Wet impressions. 3X trays. Super provisionals. Diode lasers. Burs and handpieces. Performance mouthguards. Much more.

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

The Art of a Beautiful Smile

George Kirtley received his degree from Indiana University. He is one of only 3 dentists worldwide Accredited by both the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.He is founder and director of the Midwest Center for Advanced Dental Education located in Indianapolis , Indiana, Senior Clinical instructor/lecturer for the Aesthetic Advantage New York University and Designer of Envisionasmile Cosmetic Imaging Software.

George Kirtley, DDS

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 205 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics

Speaker Host: Anne Pradine

This lecture will address the variations of preparation unique to each of the above and how these designs can be predictably attained through proper preparation technique and the use of computer generated cosmetic imaging.

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

Posterior, Cervical and Incisal Composites

Thursday Open Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics

George Freedman is a founder and past president of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and a founder of the Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry. Dr. Freedman is the author or co-author of 11 textbooks, more than 700 dental articles, and numerous CDs, video and audiotapes and is a Team Member of REALITY.

Robert Marus, of Yardley, Pennsylvania, is accredited by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. A graduate of NYU College of Dentistry, Dr. Marus currently lectures to dentists on techniques in cosmetic dentistry, serves as a consultant to dental manufacturers and has been published in numerous national and international publications.

Robert Marus, DDS, AAACD

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 110 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Materials/Techniques CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Today, many patients demand superior cosmetic results from their dentist. This lecture will demonstrate, in a step-by-step fashion, how to place composites quickly and easily, so that an aesthetic result with a high success rate and predictable outcome can be achieved. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

Esthetics and Cosmetics for The Modern Practice

Ross Nash is a graduate of the University of North Carolina School of Dentistry and an Accredited Fellow in the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. He is an international lecturer and author and a consultant to numerous dental products manufacturers. Dr. Nash maintains a private practice in Huntersville, North Carolina where he focuses on aesthetics and full mouth rehabilitation.

Ross Nash, DDS, AFAACD

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 118

Dr. Nash will discuss aesthetic dentistry for the modern general practice and illustrate materials and techniques for providing aesthetics and cosmetics in an environment of health and function. He will demonstrate through presentation of actual clinical cases he has performed in his own practice.

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

CDABC Forum Certified Dental Assistants of BC

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 301

The Certified Dental Assistants of British Columbia is the only organization that represents the interests of the certified dental assisting profession in BC. The association provides leadership, unity, community involvement, and advocacy for the profession.

Representatives of the CDABC will present an update on current issues also a guest speaker discusses the Employment Standards Act from the staff perspective.

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Assisting

Presented by Certified Dental Assistants of BC

++ CE credits will not be awarded by the Alberta Dental Association and College for this course.

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Open Sessions

Thursday, March 8 exhibit hall open 8:30am to 6:00pm

Morning Presentations Isolation, Preparation, Cementation

Shannon Pace Brinker and her husband Erik are the owners of a new publication Contemporary Product Solutions. Shannon is a faculty member at Spear Education instructing through both lectures and hands on programs. Shannon was selected one of Dentistry Today’s Top 100 Clinicians of 2009, 2010 and 2011. She was voted one of DPR’s top 25 women in dentistry.

Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA, CDD

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Thursday Open Sessions

VCC - Room 220/221/222 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Assisting, Materials/Techniques CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Speaker Host: Gail Furlong

The ideal chairside dental assistant must be current and knowledgeable in materials science and proficient in the various procedures now required to deliver state-of-the art dentistry. Learn about new technologies and materials for isolation, preparation and cementation.

Endodontic Irrigation and Disinfection: What You Need to Know

Jeff Coil is currently an Assistant Professor and Director of the Graduate Endodontic Program, Department of Oral Biological and Medical Sciences, University of British Columbia. He is a member of the British Columbia Society of Endodontists, Canadian Academy of Endodontics, and American Association of Endodontists.

Jeff Coil, DMD, MS, PhD, FRCD(C), FADI, FACD, Diplomate, American Board of Endodontics

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dr. Sharma Sinanan

VCC - Room 204 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approved BC Y AB Y

This presentation will provide an overview of the chemo-mechanical preparation and then focus on contemporary disinfection strategies. Following this presentation, participants will be able to adopt a root canal disinfection strategy for their practice. Sponsored by Dentsply Tulsa

Diagnosis and Management of Oral Soft Tissue Problems and Oral Cancer

Geza Terezhalmy is Professor and Dean Emeritus, School of Dental Medicine, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. Certified by the American Board of Oral Medicine and the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology (Life). He co-authored several books and published over 250 abstracts and articles in peer reviewed journals.

Geza Terezhalmy, DDS, MA

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 212/213/214 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Speaker Host: Dr. William Armstrong

This course is designed to establish the principles essential for problem-oriented evaluation of the dental patient. The intent is to discuss the diagnosis of selected common orallyrelated primary and secondary conditions and oral cancer, and their management.

Removable Appliances

Bruce McFarlane was a dental grad of the University of Manitoba and orthodontist grad of the University of Western Ontario. He has since run private practices in Winnipeg, Manitoba and Kenora, Ontario. A former assistant professor of graduate orthodontics at the University of Manitoba, he has a passion for teaching and mentoring. And recently giving back as well: leading volunteer dental missions.

Bruce McFarlane, DMD, BScD, MClD, FRCD(C) Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 207 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Orthodontics CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Speaker Host: Darron Ward

Removable orthodontic devices are a great way to make a difference in the mixed dentition, and have lots of fun along the way. This presentation will explore the selection design and execution of various devices to address common issues that often show up in the young patient. Co-sponsored by Aurum Ceramic Dental Laboratories

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Toothfairy Gala Exhibit Hall Silent Auction

The Toothfairy Gala event includes the BC Dental Association Awards ceremony, which honours the accomplishments of dentists throughout the province, and fundraising initiatives in support of oral health related charities in British Columbia. This year, the BC Cancer Agency and AboutFace are partnering in a unified approach in helping adult survivors of childhood cancers who have dentofacial abnormalities. All proceeds from this auction will go towards providing dental treatment, through BC Cancer Agency’s Program in Oral Oncology/Dentistry, for patients who are currently waitlisted.

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Open Sessions

Thursday, March 8 exhibit hall open 8:30am to 6:00pm

Morning Presentations The Dental Team vs The Reluctant Dragon Marvin Berman, DDS, BScD

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 119/120 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Pediatric Dentistry

Marvin Berman is a graduate of Northwestern University and University of Illinois Dental School and was awarded certification in Pediatric Dentistry at University of Illinois. He is an internationally recognized pediatric dentist with a career as a successful practitioner in Chicago and lecturer on the broad spectrum of pediatric dentistry and “special needs” patients spanning over four decades. Speaker Host: Dr. Anita Gartner

7 Current Trends in Infection Control Dean Swift, BSc, BEd, FADM Cert. Tox.

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 121/122 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Safety/Infection Control

Dean Swift is a Development Chemist and Educator with special interests in Microbiology, Biofilms, Biomaterials and Toxicology. He has strategically developed and/or clinically nurtured over $700 M worth of Medical-Dental products to market for more than a dozen companies. At Biolennia his projects include antimicrobial surface coatings, dairy antiseptics, acne creams and diabetic toothpastes. Speaker Host: Dr. Sylvia Lee

A thoughtful look and analysis of the logical and illogical trends that push us into the future. Low on opinion, high on (Science) bias. Seven trends include - Sterilizers; Surface Disinfectants; Sterilizer Monitoring; Preclean vs One Step; Really Green products?; Ultrasonics vs Washers; Dental Unit Waterline.

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Pressure Thermoforming, Oral/Facial Injury Prevention & Thermoforming Appliances Ray Padilla, DDS

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Ray Padilla is at the UCLA School of Dentistry. He is the Team Dentist for UCLA Athletics, the Los Angeles Galaxy, and USA National Soccer Teams. Dr. Padilla has published many articles on dental appliance pressure thermoforming, mouthguards, trauma treatment and prevention and organized www.sportsdentistry.com. He maintains a private practice in Manhattan Beach, California.

Thursday Open Sessions

Parents are in a dilemma about child rearing and arrive in our offices in states of anxiety with kids who are out of control wreaking havoc upon the sensibilities of parents and doctors. Dr. Berman will vividly illustrate tricks and techniques for turning even the most recalcitrant child into a cooperative one!

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Speaker Host: Dr. Mark Parhar

VCC - Room 216

This lecture will address trauma recognition and treatment of orofacial injuries. Pressure thermoformed laminated mouthguards will be discussed. Fabrication of other thermoformed appliances, such as splints, stents, positioners, retainers, and full denture and partial repairs will be demonstrated.

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Trauma Dentistry CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Co-sponsored by Dentsply Canada Limited

Note: This Open Session course is a prerequisite for this Hands-On course on page 31

Pharmacological Management of Periodontal Disease Michael Goldberg, MSc, DDS, Dip. Perio

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 303/304 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Pharmacology, Periodontics CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Michael Goldberg is currently an Assistant Professor in the Division of Periodontics at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Dentistry. He is the director of the Severe and Refractory Periodontal Disease Treatment Unit at the Faculty. In addition, he is the head of the division of Periodontology as well as an associate in the Wasser Pain Management Centre at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto. Speaker Host: Dr. Sujay Mehta

This lecture will outline the use of systemic antibiotics, local delivery antimicrobials and subantimicrobial dose medications in the management of periodontal disease. At the end of the lecture, participants should have a strong understanding of the pharmacology of the various drugs discussed. Co-sponsored by Colgate

Toothfairy Gala Exhibit Hall Silent Auction Hours: (Located in the main aisle)

Thursday, March 8 8:30am – 6:00pm – Silent Auction open Friday, March 9 8:30am – 12:30pm – Silent Auction open 12:30pm – Silent Auction Closes – Winning Bidders Notified 1:30pm – 5:30pm – Silent Auction Items Picked up by Winning Bidders at the PDC Registration Desk If you are the highest bidder as of 12:30pm on Friday, March 9, you will be notified by phone and will be required to pick up the item between 1:30pm – 5:30pm at the PDC Registration Desk (on Level 1).

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Open Sessions

Thursday, March 8 exhibit hall open 8:30am to 6:00pm

Morning Presentations Why Don’t They Just Do It My Way? Vicki Fenn, BComm, PCC, RTC

Vicki Fenn, President of Vicki Fenn Life Coach Inc and a professional coach for the past twenty-five years, has helped people define their purpose and direction, strengthen their communication and relationship skills, and achieve balance between their personal and professional lives.

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Thursday Open Sessions

VCC - Room 109 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Communication CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Speaker Host: Marsha Beatch

This session will introduce you to a practical theory that provides memorable insights into the motivation that drives our behavior. Rather than looking at “what” people do, Relationship Awareness® helps people understand “why” they do it.

Nutrition Update 2012

Warren Karp earned a PhD in biochemical nutrition from The Ohio State University and a DMD from The Georgia Health Sciences University. He is an elected member of The American Institute of Nutrition (FASEB), past president of The Georgia Nutrition Council, and has directed the MCG School of Dentistry Nutrition Consult Service for over 20 years. He is presently Professor Emeritus at GHSU.

Warren Karp, PhD, DMD

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 217/218/219 Learning Pattern: Personal Development Health CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Speaker Host: Christine Lam

This presentation will teach you principles of nutrition and how to apply these principles for improving the nutritional status of your patients. The latest evidenced-based and peerreviewed nutrition information will be presented. You will also learn how the difference between fact and fallacy.

Double Jeopardy: Managing Personal and Professional Financial Risks

Michael Trklja - an Investment Planning Advisor at CDSPI Advisory Services Inc. exclusively serving the dental community, is an expert in providing financial solutions specific to the needs of dental professionals. Michael provides clients with comprehensive financial planning advice, helping them integrate both their personal and corporate assets into custom-tailored investment and estate plans.

Michael Trklja, BA (Hons.), FCSI, CFP Evan Parubets, CFP, CIM, FMA, FCSI,

Ch. P. Strategic Wealth

Evan Parubets - Investment Planning Advisor at CDSPI Advisory Services Inc, is an expert in providing financial solutions specific to the needs of dental professionals. With over 10 years experience in the investment industry, Evan has attained the CFP designation, is a Fellow of the Canadian Securities Institute and is one of a select few to hold the designation of Chartered Wealth Professional.

Renata Whiteman

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 302 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Finance/Practice Transition

Renata Whiteman is a Professional Advisor at CDSPI Advisory Services Inc. exclusively serving the dental community. She is an expert in providing insurance solutions specific to the needs of the dental professionals across Canada. By understanding clients’ unique situations, she helps them determine what types and amounts of insurance are appropriate for both their personal and business needs.

CE Approved AB Y

Dentists face a barrage of financial risks on both personal and professional fronts. Fortunately, you can prevent or lessen the severity of losses with judicious investment and insurance planning. This presentation will help you understand how to protect your assets and minimizes losses. Sponsored by CDSPI

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Thursday, March 8 exhibit hall open 8:30am to 6:00pm

Afternoon Presentations Gorgeous Esthetics & Function with Minimally-Invasive Direct Resin Restorations Michael Dieter, DDS

Thursday Open Sessions

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 207 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Restorative/Operative Dentistry CE Approved BC Y AB Y

What’s Hot and What’s Getting Hotter!

Howard Glazer, DDS, FAGD, FICD, FACD, FASDA

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 118 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Michael Dieter studied at the centre of Oral and Dental Medicine at the University of Tübingen, Germany. He is practising in a private dental clinic in Switzerland making use of the latest CAD/CAM technology. He is Head of the Professional Services department for Ivoclar Vivadent, in the Principality of Liechtenstein, directly involved in various development projects for new clinical products.

This lecture discusses critical clinical steps including: Tooth preparation techniques; Optimizing bonding procedures; Avoiding post-operative sensitivity; Anatomical layering techniques involving different colours and translucencies; Light polymerization; Finishing techniques. Sponsored by Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc.

Howard Glazer is a Past President of the AGD and founding member of the CAED. Dr. Glazer lectures internationaly and has been named as one of the “Leading Clinicians in Continuing Education” by Dentistry Today, and one of the Top Dentists by New Jersey Monthly. He lectures and publishes internationally and writes a monthly column for AGD IMPACT.

This is a program about real dentistry for real people by a real dentist! Dr. Glazer will present a potpourri of materials and techniques that will make your day at the office easier, more productive and fun! Your entire dental team will benefit from learning about the latest products and benefits provided for you and your patients. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

Let’s Stick Together…Simplifying Restoration Choice, Bonding and Cementation Jack Griffin Jr, DMD, MAGD

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 217/218/219 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Materials/Techniques CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Jack Griffin Jr has practiced in St Louis county Missouri since 1988. In a very busy practice, he and his staff have consistently maintained a 50-55% overhead by emphasizing cosmetics while doing all phases of general dentistry. He has been awarded by his peers Diplomat status with the American Board of Aesthetic Dentistry (ABAD), holds accredited status with the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentisty.

So many materials, so little time. With a myriad of newer restorative materials and seemingly endless choices in luting materials and bonding systems could this stuff be any more confusing? There are excellent materials today that can help us end most of the problems we see in restorative dentistry. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

How to Navigate thru All Ceramics from Single Units to Smiles James Neuber, RDT, ODP Steven J. Hill, DMD

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 113

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Photography CE Approved BC Y AB Y

James Neuber held four consecutive Dean’s List Honor designations in Dental Technology at Southern Illinois University. Steven J. Hill graduated from UBC and he is now an Accredited Member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and currently sits on their Board of Directors.

Topics include: How to Customize a Smile to the Person prior to Prepping; Digital Photography Protocols for the novice photographer; How to take accurate Shades: Lighting, Camera, Digital scan options; Ceramics: What, When and How to use it… PFZr? eMax? Full Zr? Layered Veneers? Pressed Veneers? Sponsored by Ocean Ceramics Ltd.

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Thursday, March 8 exhibit hall open 8:30am to 6:00pm

Afternoon Presentations Top 10 Tips to Increase Cosmetic Dentistry in Your Office Gary Radz, DDS

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 205

This program is designed to provide the practioner with ideas, concepts and techniques that will immediately allow the dentist to increase the amount of cosmetic dentistry that they provide in their office. The focus will be on practical ideas, techniques and materials that are easy to impliment.

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

“I Can See Your Crack From Here” The Epidemic of Cracked Teeth David Clark, DDS

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 208/209 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Restorative/Operative Dentistry CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Cavitron Ultrasonic Systems Cheri Wu, RDH, BDSc

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 220/221/222 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Periodontics CE Approved BC Y AB Y

David Clark founded the Academy of Microscope Enhanced Dentistry and is a board member and lecturer for CRA. He lectures internationally and authored the first guide to enamel and dentinal cracks at 16x magnification, also minimally invasive dentistry, biomimetic endodontic shaping, and is an opinion leader in restorative dentistry and endodontics. He developed Bioclear Matrix System. Speaker Host: Dr. Nick Seddon

Understand the new model of crack initiation in posterior teeth. Have confidence identifying early tooth fractures. Learn why new cavity preparations are needed to prevent eventual tooth fracturing. Updates include the direct composite onlay and recommendations for treatment of symptomatic cracks.

Thursday Open Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Practice Management

Gary Radz is an associate clinical instructor at the University of Colorado, School of Dentistry. He is on the editorial board of seven professional journals, including the Journal of Cosmetic Dentistry. Over the past fifteen years, he has lectured internationally and published over 150 articles related to aesthetic dentistry. Dr. Radz maintains a private practice in downtown Denver, CO.

Cheri Wu holds a Bachelor of Dental Science degree from UBC and is a RDH with twenty years of clinical experience in private and non-profit practice. Currently, Cheri is a hygienist at Focus On Dental Hygiene and holds a faculty position at Camosun College. Ms. Wu lectures extensively on ultrasonics and assists schools nationally with the integration of ultrasonic instrumentation in their curriculums. Speaker Host: Kimberly Quilala

Today, ultrasonic instrumentation goes far beyond the removal of calculus. Effective removal of biofilm is critical in the fight against oral inflammation. This course will examine the characteristics of ultrasonic technology and show participants how to maximize their clinical technique. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Canada Limited

Systematic Evaluation of Patient Oral Hygiene

Duncan Brown maintains a prviate practice in Calgary, Alberta. He lectures extensively in North America, Asia, South America, and Australia on the application of tecnology as it relates to practice management and treatment with Passive Self Ligation.

Duncan Brown, BSc, DDS, D.Ortho

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 216

Speaker Host: Lynette Cramen

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene

One of the greatest challenges during orthodontic treatment is control of poor oral hygiene, which can adversely effect treatment time, quality of treatment result, poor periodontal outcomes, and presence of WSL after treatment. The Crest “Ortho Health Solutions” program will be introduced.

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Co-Sponsored by Crest Oral-B

Digital Implant Dentistry – New Technology for Teeth and Implants

Frank Higginbottom, DDS

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 204

Frank Higginbottom graduated from Baylor College of Dentistry. He is a Professor in the Dept. of Restorative Sciences and Graduate Prosthodontics at Baylor College of Dentistry and the Dept. of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. He also serves as Clinical Associate Professor in the Dept. of Periodontics at the University of Texas San Antonio. Speaker Host: Allysha Caldwell

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Digital radiographs were a breakthrough technology, but saturate only 30-40% of practices today. Topics include: Cone Beam CT Technology; Digital Implant Planning; Local Digital Guide Fabrication; Guided Surgery; Digital Impressions; CAD/CAM Restorations; Incorporation of Soft Tissue Lasers. Co-sponsored by Straumann Canada Limited

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Open Sessions

Thursday, March 8 exhibit hall open 8:30am to 6:00pm

Afternoon Presentations Diagnosing and Managing Failed Cases in Occlusion Mark Piper, MD, DMD

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Thursday Open Sessions

Pacific Rim - Jade Ballroom Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Occlusion/TMD CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Human Papillomavirus!! Is it Significant in Dental Practice? Michele Williams, BSN, DMD, FRCD(C)

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 119/120 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Mark A. Piper is a graduate of Harvard College, Harvard School of Dental Medicine and Vanderbilt Medical School. He completed residency training in General Surgery and Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgery at Vanderbilt University. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgery and a member of 20 professional medical and dental organizations. Speaker Host: Dr. Caroline Cesar

Topics include objective evidence of foundational abnormalities that contribute to occlusal instability. Emphasis is placed on clinical examples of various occlusal therapy failures. Child and adult patients used to illustrate the role of joint injuries in lifelong skeletal and occlusal drifting. Michele Williams is a member of the BC Oral Cancer Prevention Program, the BC Cancer Agency, Vancouver General Hospital and UBC Faculty of Dentistry. Her interests are in research, education and care related to oral mucosal disease with particular emphasis on oral premalignant disease, oral cancer and the oral manifestations of cancer therapies. She also conducts a private referral practice in oral medicine.

This presentation details the role of HPV in oral cancers and its clinical and public health implications. Learn about the evidence linking HPV infection and oral cancer. Details of the disease profile in addition to clinically relevant information on detection strategies will be included. Co-sponsored by BC Oral Cancer Prevention Program

7 Current Trends in Green Dentistry – How to be a Green Clean Smiling Machine! Dean Swift, BSc, BEd, FADM Cert. Tox.

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 121/122 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Safety/Infection Control CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Practice Power – Team Strategies that Get Results Debra Engelhardt-Nash, BFA

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 110 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Dean Swift is a Development Chemist and Educator with special interests in Microbiology, Biofilms, Biomaterials and Toxicology. He has strategically developed and/or clinically nurtured over $700 M worth of Medical-Dental products to market for more than a dozen companies. At Biolennia his projects include antimicrobial surface coatings, dairy antiseptics, acne creams and diabetic toothpastes. Speaker Host: Dr. Sylvia Lee

“Environmental Dentistry and the Myths thereof” covering Cost Reduction, Toxic Awareness and Regulatory Requirements. Topics include: How to explain BPA to your patients; Disposables and Barriers; Is TIME an eco-concept?; Amalgam separation; Lead and Silver and Dental Unit Waterline contamination. Debra Engelhardt-Nash has been in dentistry over 25 years. She has presented nationally and internationally to study clubs, universities and major dental groups. Debra has written for a number of dental publications and journals. She is a member and served two terms as president of the Academy of Dental Management Consultants and serves on the board of the American Dental Assistants Association Foundation.

Speaker Host: Dr. Terry Godinho

This program will teach Dentist and Team how to be intentional in word and action to help the practice grow and thrive. Learn how to become Patient Advocates to increase treatment acceptance, attract more patients and get paid for your care. Proven Communication and Customer Service Techniques taught. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

BCDA Practice Series: 10 Things All NEW Dentists to BC Really Need to Know! BC Dental Association

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 302 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approved BC Y

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The British Columbia Dental Association is the recognized voice of dentistry in BC. The Association is dedicated to supporting and serving the interests of its members by promoting the profession and educating the public.

As a complement to our Dental Mentorship Program, there are 10 things new dentists REALLY need to know. From legal advice on associate agreements, determining your practice ‘fit’, required patient communication skills and managing staff - this half day course will get you on the right track. This course is targeted to dentists graduating 2008 and later. ++ CE credits will not be awarded by the Alberta Dental Association and College for this course.

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Open Sessions

Thursday, March 8 exhibit hall open 8:30am to 6:00pm

Afternoon Presentations Dental Practice Transition and Sale

Henry Doyle is a graduate of the University of Alberta and a licensed realtor. Henry has over 15 years in the finance industry with a focus on healthcare finance with CitiBank. As owner of Al Heaps & Associates Inc., Henry brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to his clients.

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Al Heaps has over 25 years experience in the dental profession and specializes exclusively in dental practice transitions and sales. As the managing broker of Al Heaps & Associates Inc., and a licensed realtor, Al has established a solid reputation as a transition expert.

Thursday Open Sessions

Henry Doyle Al Heaps Calvin Carpenter, CA VCC - Room 303/304

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Finance/Practice Transition

Calvin Carpenter is a Leader of Meyers Norris Penny’s Professional Service team. Working one on one with professionals in the dental community, Calvin provides valuable advice to help clients reach their business and personal goals. He will discuss transition planning from an accounting perspective

Comprehensive information for preparing your practice transition. Outlining the transition process from early planning to completing the sale, including legal issues. This session will be of interest to dentists planning to sell their practice. ++ CE credits will not be awarded by the Alberta Dental Association and College for this course.

Women and Finance

Litza Anderson is responsible for providing advice and guidance to Scotiatrust clients for their will and estate planning strategies. She holds a Bachelor of Laws degree and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Queen’s University in Ontario. She clerked at the Tax Court of Canada in Ottawa and worked for a few years in a law firm in Toronto. Litza is called to the bar in both BC and Ontario.

Litza N. Anderson, BA, LLB Kathy Kushner, PFP, CFP Patty Scrase

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 224 Learning Pattern: Personal Development Finance/Practice Transition

Kathy Kushner has extensive experience in providing financial planning advice to clients with complex and sophisticated needs and goals. She is a graduate of the University of Toronto with a degree in International Relations. She holds the Certified Financial Planner designation and the Personal Financial Planning designation as well as the Canadian Securities Course and the LLQP (Life Insurance). Patty Scrase a career Scotiabanker with 38 years of experience supporting her in her role as Senior Manager Professional Banking. Patty has been working with the Dentists in BC since 1993. She assists in the financing for dental startups and Transitions, for both the vendor and purchaser. She was very instrumental in the approval of the “Distinguished Partnership” between the BCDA and Scotiabank.

Presentation on the elements of a holistic financial plan: Vision and Goals, Cash Management, Investment and Tax Planning as well as Risk Mitigation, leading to integrated Estate and incapacity planning. The use of Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney and Representation Agreements will be discussed. Presented by Scotiabank

++ CE credits will not be awarded by the Alberta Dental Association and College for this course.

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Open Sessions

Thursday, March 8 exhibit hall open 8:30am to 6:00pm

Afternoon Presentations Are Your Finances Ready for Retirement? Murray Neilson, CFP, CLU, CHFC John Nicola, CFP, CLU, CHFC

“The Missing Link in Dentistry” FEASIBILITY STUDIES

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

PRACTICE VALUATIONS

VCC - Room 215

CE Approved AB Y

PRACTICE ACQUISITIONS & SUCCESSION PRACTICE & BUSINESS PLANNING CAREER COACHING

Murray Neilson has been in the financial services industry since 1972 working with family businesses, entrepreneurs, professionals and retirees. He works hard at listening to clients to make sure they are heard and understood. With this information he takes great pride in assembling the right team of experts who delve into designing custom solutions whilst making sure the client’s needs are taken care of. John Nicola has been in the financial services industry since 1974. He provides strategic leadership to Nicola Wealth Management and continues to exercise his passion in providing innovative solutions to clients’ complex problems. His areas of expertise include wealth accumulation and management through the use of trusts, creative pension and insurance arrangements, and professional investment managers.

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Thursday Open Sessions

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Finance/Practice Transition

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Having the right financial plan can put you on track for early retirement. Learn how dentists can access exclusive investments and use their incorporated status to reduce tax, improve saving, and create a hassle-free plan that lets them focus on their profession instead of their business.

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 9

exhibit hall open 8:30am to 5:30pm

All Day Presentations

Friday Open Sessions

Robert Hicks Memorial Lecture As the founding Chairman of the BC Dental Meeting, Dr. Robert Hicks started the meeting format that evolved into today’s Pacific Dental Conference. In 1988, he said “While the quality of the scientific program and the dental trade exhibits must justify the valuable time we set aside to attend continuing education events, we should never lose sight of the importance of the social contact we enjoy when we attend [the Pacific Dental Conference]”. This philosophy has continued to foster the growth of the Pacific Dental Conference to the current day. It is with respect that we have dedicated a lecture to honour the experience and expertise that guided the meeting through its developing years.

Restorative Materials Update 2012 Jeff Brucia, DDS

Friday, 9:00am–11:30am continues 2:00pm–4:30pm (special time) VCC - Ballroom B

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Restorative/Operative Dentistry CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Medical Emergencies in Dentistry Daniel Haas, DDS, PhD, FRCD(C)

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am continues 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 306 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Emergency Medicine CE Approved BC Y AB Y

New Trends in Endodontic Cleaning and Shaping Rob Roda, DDS, MS

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am continues 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 303/304 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approved BC Y AB Y

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Jeff Brucia is an Assistant Professor of Dental Practice at UOP dental. He is practicing Restorative dentistry full time in San Francisco. Dr. Brucia is the Co-Director of the FACE occlusion study club. He is the 2011 recipient of the Gordon J. Christensen Recognition Lecturer Award. In 2010, Dr. Brucia was elected a fellow in the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry. Speaker Host: Dr. Peter Liem

It is estimated that more than 80% of restorative failures are due to clinical error. The continuous evolution in adhesive materials and techniques combined with the ever-increasing demands for aesthetic restorations has made tooth colored dentistry a quality option for every treatment plan. The numerous choices in restorative materials has confused the clinician as to what is best indicated in a given situation. This lecture course provides an overview of the restorative options you should be considering today and a comprehensive discussion of the everchanging world of dentinal adhesives.

Daniel Haas is professor and Associate Dean at the University of Toronto Faculty of Dentistry and is cross-appointed to the Deptartment of Pharmacology Faculty of Medicine. He holds the Chapman Chair in Clinical Sciences, is Director of the graduate program in Dental Anaesthesia, and practices at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre. He has won many awards for teaching and research in dental anesthesiology. Speaker Host: Neda Tabatabaei

This course will cover the prevention and management of medical emergencies that may arise in the dental office. It will include a review of drug interactions, management of medically compromised patients, emergency equipment, emergency drugs, kits, and treatment protocols for specific emergencies.It is assumed that those in attendance are already are current in basic CPR. Rob Roda graduated from the Faculty of Dentistry at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada in 1981 and received his Masters of Science (Oral Biology) and Certificate in Endodontics in 1993 at Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas Texas. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Endodontics, Treasurer of the American Association of Endodontists, and Associate Editor of the Journal of Endodontics. Speaker Host: Dr. Clive Jones

In order to maximize the chances of clinical success, a thorough understanding of instrumentation and disinfection protocols and the scientific basis for these is required. This presentation will address the evidence-based rationale and new technologies needed to attain this goal. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Tulsa

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 9

exhibit hall open 8:30am to 5:30pm

All Day Presentations Update Implantology Marcus Abboud, DMD, PhD

Marcus Abboud is a specialist at the University of Bonn. His clinical and research activities are focused on implantology, bone remodelling, digital dentistry, digital radiology, CAD/CAM technology, all-ceramic restorations, galvanoforming and periodontics. He holds several patents and has published extensively since 1997.

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am continues 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 224

Speaker Host: Anne Pradine

Participants attending this lecture will gain a broader understanding of modern implant techniques and advanced techniques in dental rehabilitation. Topics of this lecture include: an update on CBCT diagnostics, guided surgery, hard and soft tissue management and advanced prosthetic techniques.

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Co-sponsored by Dentsply Tulsa

Repeated Presentations (morning) Hygiene and Orthodontic Care Cathy Sundvall, COA

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 202/203

Repeated Saturday, 10:00am–12:30pm VCC - Room 202/203 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Orthodontics CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Cathy Sundvall has combined her over 20 years of practice management and clinical expertise to teach orthodontic staff in the areas of clinical efficiency, new patient process, customer service and team performance. She lectures extensively and has published many articles. Cathy currently serves as an Orthodontic Practice Enhancement Consult and Incognito™ Lingual Appliance System Clinical Trainer. Speaker Host: Corrina Moldowan

This session’s goal is to review the key components of patient selection, education and supportive care for orthodontic treatment. Join Cathy in discussing the benefits and drawbacks of the various appliances with a review of current materials available to improve hygiene with the orthodontic patient.

Friday Open Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants

Co-sponsored by 3M ESPE Dental Products

All Diode Lasers are Not the Same: Realize the Benefits Lasers Bring to Dentistry Scott Benjamin, DDS

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Scott Benjamin is in private practice in rural upstate NY and is internationally recognized authority on dental lasers and advanced dental technologies. He has faculty appointments at several universities and is Chairman of the ADA Standards Working Group on Dental Lasers, a member of ANSI Committee Z-136 on Laser Safety and an officer on the Board of Directors of the Academy of Laser Dentistry. Speaker Host: Jensina Donald

VCC - Room 215

Repeated from Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 215 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Digital Imaging

This program will enhance the attendee’s knowledge of the science, functionality, importance, and applications that diode lasers bring to enhance everyday patient care. It is designed to give the attendees the knowledge and confidence to evaluate and select the laser most beneficial to their practice. Co-sponsored by Sirona Dental Systems GmbH

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

All BC dentists & UBC dental student Meet & Greet

All 3rd year UBC dental students and BC dentists interested in the Summer Student Practitioner Program should attend. Light breakfast and coffee will be served. Friday, March 9th, 2012 7:30am – 8:30am Coal Harbour Suite, Pan Pacific Hotel To register, please email Alex Hemming at alexaug@interchange.ubc.ca or visit our booth 1837 in the Exhibit Hall.

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 9

exhibit hall open 8:30am to 5:30pm

Repeated Presentations (morning) Joint Based Foundational Occlusion Mark A. Piper, MD, DMD

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 109

Friday Open Sessions

Repeated from Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am Pacific Rim - Jade Ballroom Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Occlusion/TMD CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Hot Topics including Failures and Mishaps David Hornbrook, DDS, FAACD, FACE

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 212/213/214

Repeated from Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 202/203

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Restorative/Operative Dentistry

Mark A. Piper is a graduate of Harvard College, Harvard School of Dental Medicine and Vanderbilt Medical School. He completed residency training in General Surgery and Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgery at Vanderbilt University. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgery and a member of 20 professional medical and dental organizations. Speaker Host: Dr. Caroline Cesar

This course will build upon functional occlusion from a foundational perspective that starts in the temporomandibular joint. Dysfunctional occlusion will be explained by understanding abnormal joint mechanics. Emphasis will be placed on diagnosis, treatment timing, and avoidance of management failures of restorative, orthodontic, and surgical cases.

David Hornbrook, a gifted clinician and product researcher turned mentor, guides meeting participants to the realization that they, too, possess the ability to practice aesthetic dentistry at the very highest level. He is one of dentistry’s most famous faces and one of the pioneers of live-patient, hands-on clinical education, as the founder of Pac-live and the Hornbrook Group. Speaker Host: Dr. Barry Walkiewicz

Join Dr. Hornbrook as he explores options for aesthetic, metal-free dentistry for our patients, including Smile Design, Posterior Restorative, Bridge applications and fullmouth rehabilitation. He will discuss the new ceramic systems and their advantages and disadvantages.

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Restoratively Guided Orthodontics – Facially Generated Treatment Planning Elliot Mechanic, BSc, DDS Brita Nadeau, DDS

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am Pacific Rim - Emerald Ballroom A/B

Repeated Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Pacific Rim - Emerald Ballroom A/B Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Orthodontics, Restorative/Operative Dentistry CE Approved BC Y AB Y

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Elliot Mechanic practices aesthetic dentistry in Montreal, Canada. He received his Bachelor of Science (1975) and Doctor of Dental Surgery (1979) degrees from McGill University. Dr. Mechanic is the aesthetic editor of Canada’s “Oral Health” dental journal and is on the editorial board of Dentistry Today. He also is the co-founder of the Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry. Brita Nadeau completed her dentistry in 1981 at the Université de Montréal and her training in orthodontics at the same university in 1985. She served as a clinician in periodontics and was also a governor of the “Ordre des dentistes du Québec” early on in her practice. She has a private practice in Longueuil, Quebec where 40% of her practice is devoted to adult orthodontics.

The restorative orthodontic connection plays a significant role in establishing a complete comprehensive dental treatment plan. Spectacular aesthetic results can be achieved by allowing the patient’s face to dictate the treatment.. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 9

exhibit hall open 8:30am to 5:30pm

Repeated Presentations (morning) Wit, Fit & Balance... Strategies for Success

Meg Soper can motivate the room! Over the past two decades Meg has worked as a healthcare professional, stand-up comic, keynote speaker and raised a family. She has taken the life lessons learned while traveling this unique path to become an incredible motivator and life balance coach. Meg blends her unique insights with unforgettable humour to help people develop practical strategies for work and life.

Meg Soper

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 220/221/222

Speaker Host: Kathy Boyd

Repeated Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Communication, Health CE Approved BC Y AB Y

The Interrelation of Women’s Oral Health with their Total Health

Kate O’Hanlan is a surgeon for all pelvic problems including gynecologic cancers. With 49 journal articles on prevention and surgical care of these cancers, she teaches minimally invasive approaches, including total laparoscopic hysterectomy. She uses hilarity to teach droll subjects and makes Gyn Phys (pronounced “gin fizz”) totally fun.

Kate O’Hanlan, MD

Friday, 9:00am–11:30am (special times) VCC - Ballroom A

Speaker Host: Dr. Kerstin Elisabet Conn

Repeated Friday, 2:00pm–4:30pm VCC - Ballroom A

Learning Pattern: Personal Development General Medicine, Health

The first part of the lecture “Maximizing women’s oral health by prevention of cancers and heart disease” focuses on: preventing the common cancers naturally reduces oral diseases; preventing heart disease naturally reduces oral diseases; strategies for optimal oral and total health. The second part of the lecture “Maximizing women’s oral health; correlates with sexual health” focuses on: sexual anatomy and embryology; sexual response and maturity; strategies for healthy sexual enjoyment.

Friday Open Sessions

A light hearted presentation that deals with the stresses of everyday life while focusing on effective communication and dealing with conflict. Improve patient and internal communication for a healthier, happier and more productive workplace environment while maintaining your sense of balance.

VCC - Room 220/221/222

++ CE credits will not be awarded by the Alberta Dental Association and College for this course.

Repeated Presentations (afternoon) Whitening that Works! An Exploration of Successful Whitening Systems Jo-Anne Jones, RDH

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 118

Repeated from Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 301

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Dental Hygiene CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Geza Terezhalmy, DDS, MA

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 121/122

Repeated Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Emergency Medicine CE Approved BC Y AB Y

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inspiring dental audiences to embrace the profession they have chosen with a renewed confidence and enthusiasm. Jo-Anne is the President of RDH CONNECTION Inc., and serves on the advisory board for Dentistry Today. Jo-Anne is published both nationally and internationally. She has been invited to join the 2012 CE Leaders and has been described as a very dynamic, knowledgeable speaker. Speaker Host: Samantha Heron

Whitening has become a phenomenon from mobile, ‘shopping mall’ whitening to the more sophisticated professional whitening programs all driven by consumer demands. Learn how to educate and empower your dental patient to choose wisely and not be persuaded by marketing rhetoric. Co-sponsored by Philips Sonicare Canada

When The Patient’s Life is in Your Hands: Emergency Medicine

VCC - Room 212/213/214

Jo-Anne Jones has become a well recognized international speaker

Geza Terezhalmy is Professor and Dean Emeritus, School of Dental Medicine, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. Certified by the American Board of Oral Medicine and the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology (Life). He co-authored several books and published over 250 abstracts and articles in peer reviewed journals. Speaker Host: Dr. Maria Teresa Kravjanski

This course will summarize common medical emergencies that require immediate response in the dental office. The treatment procedures included are those activities a clinician “can’t afford not to do” when faced with an unexpected urgent problem. Topics presented will include the following common medical emergencies: Cardiovascular; Neurologic; Respiratory; Allergic; and Hypoglycemia emergencies.

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 9

exhibit hall open 8:30am to 5:30pm

Repeated Presentations (afternoon) Adhesives and Cement

David Hornbrook, DDS, FAACD, FACE

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 212/213/214

Friday Open Sessions

Repeated from Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 202/203 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Materials/Techniques CE Approved BC Y AB Y

CSI Dental – True Crimes from our Case Files (for Dentists Only)

David Harris, B. Comm, MBA, CMA, FICB, CD, TEP William Hiltz, BSc, MBA, CET

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 109

Repeated from Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 109

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approved BC Y AB Y

David Hornbrook, a gifted clinician and product researcher turned mentor, guides meeting participants to the realization that they, too, possess the ability to practice aesthetic dentistry at the very highest level. He is one of dentistry’s most famous faces and one of the pioneers of live-patient, hands-on clinical education, as the founder of Pac-live and the Hornbrook Group. Speaker Host: Dr. Barry Walkiewicz

Discussion will include updates of dentinal adhesion, ideal cementation of the new materials using the new resin cements, and addressing the role function plays in our decision making. This truly is the “Platinum Age” of dentistry and the potential for what we can offer to our patients, both aesthetically and functionally, is more exciting and rewarding than ever before. David Harris is a licensed private investigator, with a graduate business degree and professional accounting designation. His company, Prosperident, specializes in detection and investigation of frauds against dentists. David has lectured at several universities in the faculties of dentistry, business and law. William Hiltz is the Chief Fraud Examiner for prosperident, a Canadian company dedicated to reducing dental office fraud. He has investigated countless frauds against dentists and, working closely with law enforcement, has secured numerous criminal convictions. In 2006, Bill co-developed “fraudGUARD”, an effective management system that drastically reduces the likelihood of fraud for dentists. Speaker Host: Dr. Manmeet Bains

This presentation examines some interesting real-life frauds committed against dentists taken from our case files. You will see methodologies that were employed, warnings that were missed and what led to discovery. You will learn how to spot fraud in your office and what to do if you suspect it.

Morning Presentations Aesthetic Overhaul from Basic to “Cutting Edge” – Technologies and Techniques Robert Lowe, DDS, FAGD, FICD, FADI, FACD, FIADFE

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 216 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Oral Art & Design: The Synergy of Esthetics and Function Michael Sesemann, DDS, FAACD

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 305 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Robert Lowe graduated magna cum laude from Loyola University School of Dentistry in 1982 and was a Clinical Professor in Restorative Dentistry until its closure in 1993. Since 2000, he has maintained a private practice in Charlotte, NC. Dr. Lowe lectures internationally and publishes in well known dental journals on aesthetic and restorative dentistry.

The purpose of this course is to demonstrate in a detailed step-by-step fashion, procedures that if practiced can impact on your ability to deliver an improved level of artistic and functional dentistry in your practice tomorrow! Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

Michael Sesemann received his dental degree in 1981 from the University of Nebraska Medical Center, College of Dentistry. While maintaining a full-time practice in Omaha, Dr. Sesemann lectures internationally and has published several manuscripts on esthetic and comprehensive dentistry. He is a Clinical Instructor at the Kois Center and serves on many editorial boards of major publications.

Today’s dental patient arrives at our office with an unprecedented motivation for aesthetic dentistry. This lecture will explore a vast array of functional aesthetic techniques that will help define proven systems for predictable success when designing and completing the comprehensive case. Co-sponsored by Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc.

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 9

exhibit hall open 8:30am to 5:30pm

Morning Presentations Predictable Systems for Indirect All-Ceramic Restorations

Brian LeSage graduated magna cum laude from the University of Maryland. He is an Accredited Fellow with AACD and holds the prestigious Fellowship Chair position. In 2008 he was inducted into the highly regarded American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, and in 2009 awarded Educator of the year with the AACD.

Brian LeSage, DDS, FAACD

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 204

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Panoramic Radiography: Are Your Images Up To Snuff?

This presentation will cover proper use of smile design principles to achieve desired white and pink aesthetics. Diagnosis and treatment planning with aesthetics in mind, color, adhesive dentistry principles and cementation of a veneer case will be part of their practical, clinical enlightening lecture.

Edwin T. Parks received his DMD from the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry and his MS in Dental Diagnostic Sciences from Indiana University School of Dentistry. He is currently a Professor of Diagnostic Sciences in the Department of Oral Pathology, Medicine and Radiology at Indiana University School of Dentistry. Dr. Parks is the division director for Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology.

Edwin T. Parks, DMD, MS Gail Williamson, AS, BS, MS

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 205 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Digital Imaging, Radiology CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Gail Williamson is a Professor of Dental Diagnostic Sciences in the Department of Oral Pathology, Medicine and Radiology at Indiana University School of Dentistry, and a Faculty Fellow for Faculty Advancement Initiatives, Office of Academic Affairs, Indiana UniversityPurdue University at Indianapolis, Indiana.

Friday Open Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Restorative/Operative Dentistry

Speaker Host: Dr. David MacDonald

Panoramic radiographs, the most common extraoral dental images, are often compromised by errors. Optimal patient preparation, positioning, error correction, evaluation, and interpretation are presented to assist with image quality and provide a systematic approach to obtain diagnostic information.

Endo Tips from 35 Years of Practice John Olmsted, DDS, MS

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am Room 217/218/219 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics

John Olmsted is a Past President of the AAE, and past General Chair of ADA 2004 Orlando Meeting. John has been active in practice, teaching, lecturing, and dental organizations for the past 35 years. He earned his DDS from Iowa with OKU; his MS in Endodontics from UNC-Chapel Hill and is currently an Adjunct Professor. John is certified by the ABE and obtained his FAGD, FICD, FACD, and FPFA. Speaker Host: Dr. Warrick Yu

Endodontics requires a high level of technical skills and biological understanding. Dr. Olmsted will share his endo tips for diagnosis; local anesthesia, isolation, and access; rotary instrumentation; and biochemical irrigation.

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Co-sponsored by Sybron Dental Specialties

Applying Modern Forensic Science Methods to Historical Cases David Sweet O.C., DMD, PhD, DABFO, FICD, FACD

Friday, 9:00am–11:30am (special time) VCC - Ballroom C

Speaker Host: Dr. Joy Maru

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Forensics CE Approved BC Y AB Y

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David Sweet O.C. is a professor of forensic odontology and oral diagnosis at UBC Dentistry. He is currently the lead forensic odontologist for Disaster Victim Identification Canada and was chief forensic odontologist on the INTERPOL Disaster Victim Identification Standing Committee from 2005–2011. Dr. Sweet was invested as an Officer of the Order of Canada in 2009.

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Dr. Sweet illustrates and discusses the investigation of evidence from the infamous rural property in Port Coquitlam that garnered so much public attention from 2002–2011. He will discuss the search for and forensic autopsy in one of Canada’s longest standing unsolved mysteries: The Mad Trapper.

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 9

exhibit hall open 8:30am to 5:30pm

Morning Presentations Mini Dental Implants – Affordable Denture Stabilization for Your Denture Patient Ian Erwood, BSc, DDS, FAGD, FICOI

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Friday Open Sessions

VCC - Room 302 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Why Implant Supported Dentures Fail and How to Prevent This Lyndon Cooper, DDS, PhD

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 110 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Ian Erwood maintains a full time general practice focussing on dental implant rehabilitation. He is a founding member of the Toronto Aesthetic and Implant Study Club and past president of the Ontario Study Club of Osseointegration. He has published and lectures internationally on various topics relating to implantology.

This MDI Mini Dental Implant lecture is a beginning level course designed for dentists who want to expand their practice regimes by adding the innovative MDI minimally invasive system as a definitive solution for patients ‘loose dentures’. The course emphasizes MDI treatment protocols. Co-Sponsored by 3M ESPE Dental Products

Lyndon Cooper is the Stallings Distinguished Professor of Dentistry at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is currently Chairperson, Graduate Prosthodontics Director and leads the Bone Biology and Implant Therapy Laboratory. Dr. Cooper is a Diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontics and served as the 2011 President of the American College of Prosthodontics.

This presentation will review why implants supported fixed dentures and overdentures fail. Solutions will be addressed using modern planning strategies and novel materials and construction techniques. Great solutions to real problems will be illustrated. Co-sponsored by Astra Tech

Creating the future by going baCk to the roots onCe uPon a tiMe, in a small city in scandinavia, implant dentistry was born and millions of peoples’ lives would be changed forever. fifty years later we return to the roots, to get inspired by history and to help create the future. Join us to experience the future of holistic implant dentistry. Welcome to the astra tech World Congress 2012 in gothenburg, sweden – our hometown and the birthplace of osseointegration. to register or for more information visit www.astratechworldcongress.com. Scientific committee Steering Group: tomas albrektsson, Sweden Jan Lindhe, Sweden Christoph hämmerle, Switzerland

Scientific AwArd committee members: Lyndon Cooper, USA Michael norton, UK Clark stanford, USA

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 9

exhibit hall open 8:30am to 5:30pm

Morning Presentations Twenty-First Century Laser-Assisted Dentistry Anthony (Rick) Cardoza, DDS, D-ABFO

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 207

Rick Cardoza is a general dentist in El Cajon California. Dr. Cardoza first incorporated dental lasers into his practice in 2001 for both hard tissue and soft tissue applications. He is a member of the Academy of Laser Dentistry and a Fellow of the World Clinic Laser Institute. He lectures extensively throughout the US and Canada on the topics of lasers and forensic dentistry. Speaker Host: Dr. Kenneth (Ken) Donald

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Laser Dentistry

Co-sponsored by National Dental Inc.

A Microscopic View of Dental Lasers; Synergy of Two Technologies Glenn van As, BSc, DMD

Glenn van As graduated from the University of British Columbia. He is in full time private general practice and acted as an assistant clinical professor at UBC from 1989-1999. Since 1997, Glenn has worked exclusively with the Dental Operating Microscope (D.O.M.) for all of his clinical dentistry.

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 206 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Laser Dentistry

Learn the 4 main advantages in using Dental Operating Microscopes for daily practice. Documentation through digital microvideography and microphotography of numerous clinical cases will demonstrate how these two technologies can be used synergistically in providing routine dental care.

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Co-sponsored by Oral Science

7 Current Trends in Dental Material Science – Green Initiatives Dean Swift, BSc, BEd, FADM Cert. Tox.

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am Pacific Rim - Jade Ballroom

Dean Swift is a Development Chemist and Educator with special interests in Microbiology, Biofilms, Biomaterials and Toxicology. He has strategically developed and/or clinically nurtured over $700 M worth of Medical-Dental products to market for more than a dozen companies. At Biolennia his projects include antimicrobial surface coatings, dairy antiseptics, acne creams and diabetic toothpastes. Speaker Host: Fidelia Omorodion

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Materials/Techniques

This course will cover some of the Green Initiatives of the major manufacturers in Dentistry. Attendees will be brought up to date with “Natural” and “Organic” concepts and certification. Materials will be evaluated as to their “Greenness” Pragmatic advice to impart with patients will be given.

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Physical Examination of the Head and Neck for Dental Health Care Providers Theresa S. Gonzales, DMD, MS, MSS

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 208/209

Theresa S. Gonzales, Diplomate, American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology Diplomate, American Board of Orofacial Pain Diplomate, American Board of Forensic Examiners Fellow, American Board of Oral Medicine Commander, Bavaria Dental Activity. Speaker Host: Anitra Donald

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology CE Approved BC Y AB Y

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This presentation will contrast the daily challenges faced in the conventional delivery of a variety of dental procedures against the solutions offered through laser-assisted dentistry. This lecture is for the dentist/dental hygienist and covers various laser applications.

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

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This half-day presentation is designed to reacquaint the oral health care provider with an organized approach to the physical examination of the head and neck. Diagnosis is the key to patient care, and no therapeutic skill can compensate for an inability to adequately assess and evaluate a patient.

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 9

exhibit hall open 8:30am to 5:30pm

Morning Presentations Everything You Need To Know About Oral Cancer Samson Ng, BSc, DMD, MSc, FRCD(C),

FDSRCSEd, Dip. ABOM, Dip. ABOMP

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Friday Open Sessions

VCC - Room 118 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology CE Approved BC Y AB Y

The Extraodinary Dentist... Why Patients Love You Marvin Berman, DDS, BScD

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 119/120 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Pediatric Dentistry CE Approved BC Y AB Y

What Patients Want...What Dentists Want: Easy Healthy Dentistry! Fay Goldstep, DDS

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 301 Learning Pattern: Personal Development Health CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Samson Ng is a certified specialist in oral medicine and pathology. He is appointed as clinical assistant professor at the UBC, director of the Oral Care Program for the Medically Complex Patients (OCPMCP) at the VGH Department of Dentistry. Dr. Ng also operates a private practice in Vancouver and in Abbotsford. Speaker Host: Dr. Vivian Chow

This interactive seminar will discuss various clinical aspects of oral cancer important to an oral care team. It will introduce recent and emerging technologies such as visualization devices (autofluorescent visualization technique) and quantitative cytology, as well as conventional histopathology.

Marvin Berman is a graduate of Northwestern University and University of Illinois Dental School and was awarded certification in Pediatric Dentistry at University of Illinois. He is an internationally recognized pediatric dentist with a career as a successful practitioner in Chicago and lecturer on the broad spectrum of pediatric dentistry and “special needs” patients spanning over four decades. Speaker Host: Dr. Anita Gartner

Participants will learn: Effective interaction between members of the entire dental team and patients; Clinical tricks and tips to make treatment more comfortable; Effective one-on-one methodology for patient education; Cementing the doctor-patient relationship… “the healing touch”.

Fay Goldstep has served on the teaching faculties of the Post-graduate Programs in Esthetic Dentistry at multiple US Universities. She has lectured nationally and internationally on Soft-Tissue Lasers, Electronic Caries Detection, Healing Dentistry and Innovations in Hygiene and has published numerous textbook chapters and articles on these topics. Speaker Host: Bridget Tse

Health is the driving force for today’s patient. The diode laser is the essential soft tissue handpiece that keeps periodontal treatment in the GP’s office. Use today’s strong flowables for direct repair instead of indirect replacement. Dentist friendly techniques provide simple, healthy solutions. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

The Diet to Promote Health and Prevent Disease Warren Karp, PhD, DMD

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B Learning Pattern: Personal Development Health CE Approved BC Y AB Y

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Warren Karp earned a PhD in biochemical nutrition from The Ohio State University and a DMD from The Georgia Health Sciences University. He is an elected member of The American Institute of Nutrition (FASEB), past president of The Georgia Nutrition Council, and has directed the MCG School of Dentistry Nutrition Consult Service for over 20 years. He is presently Professor Emeritus at GHSU. Speaker Host: Nasim Roy

Patients receive different, many times, conflicting, nutritional and dietary advice from health professionals, the media, and advertising. Dental health professionals need to provide patients with consistent nutrition and diet advice using an evidence-based approach. Dr. Karp will discuss this.

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Friday, March 9

exhibit hall open 8:30am to 5:30pm

Morning Presentations Management of Dental Patients Taking Endocrine/Metabolic Agents Geza Terezhalmy, DDS, MA

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 121/122

College of Dental Surgeons of British Columbia

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Geza Terezhalmy is Professor and Dean Emeritus, School of Dental Medicine, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. Certified by the American Board of Oral Medicine and the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology (Life). He co-authored several books and published over 250 abstracts and articles in peer reviewed journals. Speaker Host: Dr. Maria Teresa Kravjanski

The intent of this course is to provide evidence-based knowledge essential for the risk stratification of patients taking endocrine drugs and the development of appropriate diagnostic, preventive and therapeutic strategies commensurate with a patient’s ability to undergo and respond to dental care.

Friday Open Sessions

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Pharmacology, Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology

Recordkeeping Essentials – What You Need to Know Sandra Harvey, CDA Ash Varma, BSc, DMD

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 211

David L. Tobias, BSc, DMD, MSc Carmel Wiseman, BA (Hon), LLB

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Sandra Harvey is Manager of Regulation at CDSBC and a former Board member. David Tobias is Treasurer of the CDSBC Board and former Chair of the Quality Assurance Committee. He maintains a Vancouver practice and is a UBC faculty member. Ash Varma is CDSBC’s immediate past president and Chair of the Quality Assurance Committee. He runs a busy practice in Powell River. Carmel Wiseman is Acting Registrar of CDSBC and Director of Professional Regulation.

College of Dental Surgeons of British Columbia

This session was standing-room only in 2011 and is back by popular demand. Accurate patient records are essential in today’s dental practice. We will bring you up to date on current requirements and how to apply best practices in recordkeeping to your office. Using case studies and chart reviews, this course is based on CDSBC’s revised Dental Recordkeeping Guidelines. Presented by the College of Dental Surgeons of BC FOLLOW US ON

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 9

exhibit hall open 8:30am to 5:30pm

Afternoon Presentations The New Esthetic Concepts and Possibilities – “The Slight Edge” Pinhas Adar, MDT, CDT

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Friday Open Sessions

VCC - Room 204 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Pinhas Adar is the founder of Adar International Inc, a laboratory, educational and Research Company. Over 35 years of experience in dental laboratory technology. He is Past President of the GACD, former PEC board member of AACD 2011, an active member of the AAED and the International Oral Design group and other organizations. On the editorial board of several dental journals.

Effective communication is a primary skill in any business endeavor, and never more important than in the practice of aesthetic dentistry. This presentation will address more effective methods of communicating aesthetic smile design solutions through Trial Smiles and temporary restorations. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

Complete Records Visit Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA, CDD

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 301 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Assisting CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Totally Bonding: Do’s and Don’ts to Help Create the Ultimate Adhesive Restoration Victoria Wallace, CDA, LDA

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 211 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Assisting CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA CDD and her husband Erik are the owners of a new publication Contemporary Product Solutions. Shannon is a faculty member at Spear Education instructing through both lectures and hands on programs. Shannon was selected one of Dentistry Today’s Top 100 Clinicians of 2009, 2010 and 2011. She was voted one of DPR’s top 25 women in dentistry. Speaker Host: Beverley Arduini

While we admit value in conducting a complete examination on each new patient, we struggle with the logistics. Learn how to conduct proper record gathering through impressions, facebow transfer, mounted study cast and proper bite records to ensure first class quality records for each patient..

Victoria Wallace is an active member of the ADAA and Immediate President of the Nevada Dental Assistants Association. She served as Vice Chair of the American Dental Assistants Association Foundation from 2008 to 2011. Victoria was the 2007 recipient of the D. Kay Mosley Distinguished Service Award for her contributions to the ADAA and the ADAAF.

This session is full of information to help the dentist and dental team better understand and perform the bonding process. Explaining the different types of systems and how they work is just a small part of this program. Creating the ultimate hybrid layer before placement of the restoration will help to increase the longevity of the restoration, and quite possibly help to eliminate post operative sensitivity.

Dental Hygiene Forum

College of Dental Hygienists of BC

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene CE Approved BC Y

The College of Dental Hygienists of British Columbia is responsible for regulating the practice of dental hygiene in BC. This includes registration of all dental hygienists in BC, setting standards of practice and investigating complaints.

The Registrar and other representatives of the College will present an update on current issues including the Dental Hygienists Regulation, CDHBC Bylaw revisions and the Quality Assurance Program. Presented by the College of Dental Hygienists of BC

++ CE credits will not be awarded by the Alberta Dental Association and College for this course.

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 9

exhibit hall open 8:30am to 5:30pm

Afternoon Presentations Preventing and Correcting Anterior Single Tooth Implant Failures

Lyndon Cooper is the Stallings Distinguished Professor of Dentistry at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is currently Chairperson, Graduate Prosthodontics Director and leads the Bone Biology and Implant Therapy Laboratory. Dr. Cooper is a Diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontics and served as the 2011 President of the American College of Prosthodontics.

Lyndon Cooper, DDS, PhD

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 110

Aesthetics is the target for any anterior single tooth implant. This lecture will illustrate the primary sources of failure and how to prevent them. The “rules of six” will be introduce to guide effective planning. Retreatment, the step wise solution to major problems, will also be illustrated.

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Co-sponsored by Astra Tech

Maximum Longevity of All Prosthetics is Not Just About Teeth

Jim Beck, in practice for 29 years, has accumulated over 3000 hours of postgraduate education in cosmetic, TMD/pain management, orthodontic, sleep dentistry, and full mouth dentistry. Successfully treating over 125 full mouth reconstruction patients, he is expert in diagnosis and treatment modalities to achieve optimal functional TMD and cosmetic results in prosthetic, general dentistry and ortho.

Jim Beck, DDS, DABCP, FICCMO, FIAO

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 206 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Occlusion/TMD CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Dr. Beck teaches how 4 factors of dentistry (Jaw Joint, Muscle, Airway and Teeth) affect the patient’s overall health and how everybody on the Dental Team can be a part of contributing to their patient’s health care. Dentistry is about treating the patient’s entire body instead of just the teeth.

Dental Hygienists Thinking About Insurance?

Friday Open Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants

PMS 527 (PANTON

Visit The CDHA Booth! (#1733) All Your Questions Answered What types of insurance are available through CDHA? What does it cost? What is “tail insurance”? Life? Dental? Comprehensive insurance plans are just one of the many benefits of CDHA membership. Come meet with CDHA staff and Julie Potvin, our Mercer insurance consultant, to answer your membership and insurance questions. Visit us at booth 1733. The CDHA Insurance Plan Includes: * Professional Liability * Life

* New! Dental * New! Office Overhead

* Disability * Critical Illness

* Extended Health

* Home

* Auto

Join Us @ The CDHA Booth (#1733) * Daily Draws For Free Memberships! FOLLOW US ON

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 9

exhibit hall open 8:30am to 5:30pm

Afternoon Presentations Chronic Orofacial Pain: The Disease or Merely a Symptom of a Disease Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Theresa S. Gonzales, Diplomate, American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology Diplomate, American Board of Orofacial Pain Diplomate, American Board of Forensic Examiners Fellow, American Board of Oral Medicine Commander, Bavaria Dental Activity.

VCC - Room 208/209

Speaker Host: Dr. Lanny Donald

Friday Open Sessions

Theresa S. Gonzales, DMD, MS, MSS

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Oral Surgery for the General Dentist Tobin Bellamy, DMD, FRCD(c), FASDA

Firday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 119/120 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Surgery CE Approved BC Y AB Y

There is a growing body of literature that identifies morphological abnormalities in the brains of individuals with chronic pain conditions such chronic oro-facial pain. In light of these studies - we must consider whether chronic pain is a symptom of disease or is it in fact, the disease.

Tobin Bellamy received his dental degree from the University of British Columbia. Dr. Bellamy then practiced general dentistry for three years prior to attending a residency program at Washington Hospital Center in Washington DC, where he received his certificate in Oral Surgery. Dr. Bellamy maintains a private practice in Coquitlam.

This course is intended for those who still feel uncomfortable with surgical procedures and those who regularly perform surgery but find they need to strengthen certain areas of their surgical practice. The session will begin with the management of several complex medical issues, move on to radiology and biopsy technique, and finally end with ridge preservation and extraction pearls.

Bone Grafting Made Easy for GP Practices Michael Dib, DMD, MSD, FRCD(C)

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 217/218/219 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Periodontics CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Michael Dib completed his Periodontics training at the University of Louisville, Kentucky. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology and a Fellow of the Royal College of Dentist of Canada. He has a private practice in Montreal, and also teaches part-time at McGill.

This lecture will help clinicians understand the different bone grafting procedures used: Ridge Augmentation, Ridge Preservation, Guided Bone Regeneration. This session is meant for practitioners that have limited experience in bone grafting, and simple everyday techniques will be shown. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

Cosmetic Reconstruction Using Laser Closed Flap Crown Lengthening Les Rykiss, DMD

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Pacific Rim - Jade Ballroom Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Periodontics CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Les Rykiss obtained his degree at the University of Manitoba and is also a graduate and Mentor at the Nash Institute for Dental Learning in Charlotte, NC. He has an Associate Fellowship in Laser Dentistry from the WCLI, teaches restorative and pediatric dentistry and writes articles on cosmetic dentistry and hard and soft tissue laser use. Dr. Rykiss currently maintains in private practice in Winnipeg, MB.

This lecture will highlight the use of the Waterlase MD to make hard and soft tissue corrections in cosmetic dentistry to achieve wonderful results. It will illustrate the principles of crown lengthening and exhibit the technique of Closed Flap Crown Lengthening compared to Open Flap. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 9

exhibit hall open 8:30am to 5:30pm

Afternoon Presentations Magic and Air – A Fun Way to Help Manage Your Pedo Patients Henry Tom, DMD

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 207

Henry Tom graduated from UBC, and has been in private practice since 1982. He has been doing magic and balloon animals for over 20 years. He belongs to several magic organizations and has won numerous awards for his magic. He has also been working part time with the Vancouver Coastal Health dental clinic for over 18 years working exclusively with children mostly between ages 2 to 8. Speaker Host: Marsha Beatch

Learn how to use balloon animals and magic in your practice to help make those pedo appointments fun for both you and your patients - including the first visit as well as the first restorative appointment. Learn how to make at least 6 different balloon animals as well as 6 different magic tricks.

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

The Art and Science of Botulinum Toxin: Practical Applications for the Dentist Brian Freund, BSc, DDS, MD, FRCDC

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - Room 202/203 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Pharmacology, General Medicine CE Approved BC Y

Brian Freund earned his medical degree from McMaster University and dental training from the University of Toronto. He practices as an oral and maxillofacial surgeon in the Toronto area. He is actively engaged in teaching and research with a special interest in TMD, headache and whiplash. He has published extensively on the use of Botulinum Toxins in the head and neck. Speaker Host: Dr. Sujay Mehta

Botulinum toxins such as BOTOX, are a powerful new tool in dental practice. Extensive clinical use has demonstrated therapeutic potency and wide safety margins. Understanding the drug’s nature and applications will give the Dentist insight into its broad and unmatched utility in clinical practice.

Friday Open Sessions

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Pediatric Dentistry

++ CE credits will not be awarded by the Alberta Dental Association and College for this course.

Smoking Cessation and Addiction Treatment Milan Khara, MD ChB, CCFP, cert. ASAM

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC - 302 Learning Pattern: Personal Development General Medicine, Health CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Milan Khara is the Clinical Director of the Tobacco Dependence Clinic at Vancouver Coastal Health Addiction Services. The clinic offers tailored treatment to smokers who have other addictions and/or mental health issues. Dr. Khara has extensive experience in addiction medicine and education of health care professionals. He is a Clinical Assistant Professor at UBC in the Faculty of Medicine. Speaker Host: Kathy Boyd

Dr. Khara’s presentation will help to integrate the role of the health care professional in smoking cessation. The more touch points the patient has, the better chances the patient has of quitting. He will present and explain, practical tools and tips for assisting your patients. Co-sponsored by Pfizer

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Spectrum Pacific Techno-Clinical Day

8th 7th Annual Meeting

Saturday, March 10, 2012 A PDC conference badge will be required to attend this meeting. The eighth annual Spectrum Pacific Techno-Clinical Day will bring together speakers and products of special interest to dentists, dental technicians, and denturist. This day aims to bridge the knowledge gaps between these dental professions by speakers focusing on the common theme of clinical success and inter-professional communication.

Transformations in Removable Prosthetics: Inspiring the 21st Century Alice Sager, CDT

8:30am – 9:20am

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Digital Imaging

New Materials for Implant Restorative Prosthetics Roger Johansen, CDT

9:20am – 10:10am

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Implants

Attachments, Fixed & Removable Prosthetics

The British Columbia Dental Professionals will be one of the first Provinces in Canada to have the opportunity to embrace VITAPAN® PLUS, a uniquely designed anterior denture tooth, maintaining the high integrity the dental industry has trusted with VITA products throughout the decades.

Implant restorative dentistry is on the rise as patients are increasingly choosing implants to replace missing teeth. This presentation will introduce a revolutionary new class of material that is specially designed for implant restorations, but easily applies to daily restorative restorations as well. Not only is this amazing new material easily customized for your aesthetic needs, but it will allow you to offer your dentists the confidence of an industry-leading 10 year warranty. Topics covered include: Treatment planning and case presentations on attachments in dentistry; Rationale for using various attachments on abutment teeth; Removables and fixed partial dentures and overdentures as well as roots and implants.

Peter Pontsa, RDT

10:45am – 11:35am

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Removable Prosthodontics

How to Achieve the Highest Profitability and Benefits with Open CAD/CAM Technology

Everyone’s talking about CAD/CAM and many people have and are planning on purchasing a CAD/CAM system now. The reality is you have many questions about this new technology and with this presentation, you will be able to learn more about the newest CAD/ CAM technology.

Valerie Poon

11:35am – 12:25pm

Spectrum Pacific Techno-Clinical Day

VCC - Room 205/206/207 8:30am–12:25pm continues 1:25pm–4:30pm

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Digital Imaging

Raising the Bar: Implant Bar Technique that Eliminates Casting, Soldering, Welding & Milling Frank H. Munzenmayer, CDT

1:25pm – 2:15pm

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Implants

How Disinfectants Really Work – A Science Bias

Dean Swift, BSc, BEd, FADM Cert. Tox.

2:15pm – 3:05pm

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Safety/Infection Control

Occlusal Considerations for Everyday Dentistry Michael Racich, DMD

3:10pm -4:00pm

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Occlusion/TMD

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This PowerPoint / hands-on presentation demonstrates how CENDREX+METAUX “Stress Free Implant (SFI) Bar” technique is an innovative bar solution for removable dentures on implants in both maxillary and mandible jaws. You will learn: Stress-free, passive, and excellent stability to fit implants; Cost savings by eliminating casting, soldering, laser welding & milling; Chairside & laboratory applications; How this technique will save you up to 90% processing time. This presentation will weave risk-reward concepts with technologies that work with sensitivities to toxicity in explaining the mechanisms of “How Disinfectants Really Work”. New methods in sterilization such as the new European Vacuum, Washers/Disinfectors, Ozone and Lasers will be compared and contrasted with existing methods. Issues and arguments in regulation, testing, and product choices will be integrated into a fast moving program. Evidence-based not evidence-biased dentistry: what it is and is not; Occlusal therapy:, Advanced joint based occlusion concepts; Myocentric as a treatment position; Sagittal anterior tooth position analysis; Contemporary restorative and prosthodontic material selection; Orthotics: predictable usage; Long-term maintenance considerations.

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Saturday So You Think You Can Speak - Series lll

‘So You Think You Can Speak?’ Series lll

Saturday, March 10 exhibit hall closed

Be sure to include these Saturday sessions in your conference itinerary. The 50 minute presentations will feature new speakers who responded to the call for presentations and were accepted by the Scientific Committee to present. A number of exciting dentistry related topics will be covered. Come and support these budding speakers who may one day become featured conference speakers!

Maintenance and Documentation of Dental Implants Boris Pulec, DDS

Saturday, 10:00am–10:50am (special time) VCC - Room 217 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approved BC Y AB Y

On Team Development; and Indispensability of Conflict Yvette Ringham-Cowan, BA, MA Valerie Cotta, B Eng, MBA, MA

Saturday, 10:00am–10:50am (special time) VCC - Room 218

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Boris Pulec has been in private practice focusing on dental implants and cosmetic dentistry since 1985. He is a Graduate from the University of Toronto, the founder of Consult-PRO a dental software company as well as co founder of Vancouver College of Dental Hygiene and the Toronto College of Dental Hygiene at which he holds a position of Dean of Students.

Incorporating dental implants into a dental practice maintenance program involves more than simply buying “implant scalers”. Not understanding the special maintenance protocols may cause iatrogenic damage or even implant loss. Yvette Ringham-Cowan is a conflict consultant, the founder and owner of DMS-Dental Management Services Inc. Yvette has managed numerous practices, taught a private colleges, provided practice consultation services for over 10 years, and is an award winning researcher. Yvette has a Master degree in Conflict Analysis and Management and a Bachelor degree in Political Science (the study of power). Valerie Cotta has 15 years international business experience focused on human systems in the form of facilitation, coaching, mediation, and conflict management. Valerie is the founder and president of Evolve-Human Systems whose mission is to grow more trusting business environments to enhanced collaboration for greater innovation, productivity, accountability, and morale.

Understanding the macro-level of team development and how conflict management can enhance team management, function and productivity is are essential components of leadership, and team members alike. This presentation will walk you through how, why, and ways to harness the energy of team development.

“Fire Flaring Up”: Cross-Cultural Dental Practice Maggie Wen, BSc, Dip. DH, RDH

Saturday, 10:00am–10:50am (special time) VCC - Room 219 Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication CE Approved BC Y AB Y

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Maggie Wen completed her Bachelor of Science degree at UBC majoring in microbiology and immunology, after which she earned her Dental Hygiene Diploma from Vancouver Community College. Maggie currently practices dental hygiene in Vancouver, teaches as a clinical instructor with the Dental Hygiene Degree Program at UBC and wants to start her own business in the near future.

A Chinese woman walks into your practice and says she has shang huo, or “fire-flaring up”. What fire is she talking about? Why is this relevant to dental care? How do we help her choose the best treatment options possible while still addressing her cultural beliefs?

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Open Sessions

Saturday, March 10 exhibit hall closed

Morning Presentations

Terrance Bianco, DMD, FRCD(C)

Saturday, 11:00am–11:50am (special time) VCC - Room 217 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Orthodontics

Terrance Bianco received his orthodontic specialty in 1978. He is a fellow of the Royal College, diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics, member of the CAO, AAO, and American Equilibration Society. He is a member of the RothWilliams International Society of Orthodontists and Roth Study Club International. He speaks locally and internationally. His specialty practice is in Tri-Cities.

What is beyond the designer smile? It should be a long term healthy, stable result! The dynamics of mastication will be reviewed as well as the importance of treating to a centric related occlusion, and conversely, the negative impact when this is not done, in orthodontic and restorative therapies.

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Growing Your Dental Business Through Gratitude Darren Morrison, BA

Saturday, 11:00am–11:50am (special time) VCC - Room 218 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management

Darren Morrison graduated with a B.A. majoring in psychology at the University of Calgary. He moved into sales for a few companies including three years with Oral-B, and 6 years with NobelBiocare where he was Regional Manager of AB/ SK for three and a half years. Darren started his own successful Appreciation Marketing Company three years ago.

There are so many forms of marketing out there. Many work, many don’t. One form of marketing that will never miss is patient appreciation. This presentation focuses on Appreciation Marketing using the good old-fashioned greeting card and some research behind this loyalty-type of marketing.

CE Approved AB Y

Patient Centered Care – An Update For Oral Health Care Professionals David Kelner, BSc, DDS

Saturday, 11:00am–11:50am (special time)

David Kelner is a full time Associate Clinical Professor in the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry at the University of Alberta. He also maintains a private practice. He currently lectures in Patient Centered Care and Interdisciplinary Care. He lectures in Dentistry, Dental Hygiene and Pharmacy on Oral Health Care.

VCC - Room 219 Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication

Patient Centered Care is critical for oral health care providers. The interaction between the patient and oral health care provider is essential for optimizing the successful treatment outcome. This session will explore interpretations ,expectations, and the skills needed to optimize this interaction.

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Yoga for Dental Professionals – Staying Healthy Through Years of Dental Postures Kristin Yont, DMD

Saturday, 12:00pm–12:50pm (special time) VCC - Room 217

Saturday So You Think You Can Speak - Series lll

To Bite or Not to Bite! Should This be the Real Question in Orthodontics?

Kristin Yont graduated from the College of Dentistry at the University of Saskatchewan in 1998. Over the past 14 years, Kristin has furthered her dental training focusing on dental forensics and sports dentistry. Kristin’s other passion is Yoga. Kristin has completed a 200 hour Yoga teacher training program recognized by the Yoga Alliance and currently teaches Yoga in Calgary.

It is no secret that most dental professionals at some point in their career will struggle with neck, back, shoulder, arm, wrist and/or hand pain. By committing a small part of each week in Yoga practice, we can prevent much pain and injury, and remain healthy for along, enjoyable dental career.

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Health CE Approved BC Y

++ CE credits will not be awarded by the Alberta Dental Association and College for this course.

Successfully Managing Complex Multisurface Posterior Composites Peter Walford, DDS, FCARDP

Saturday, 12:00pm–12:50pm (special time) VCC - Room 218 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Restorative/Operative Dentistry CE Approved BC Y AB Y

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Peter Walford mentors study clubs in Composite Resin technique and Adhesive Prosthodontics. He has presented to UBC Continuing Education, Component Societies, sponsored educational programs and study clubs. His website www.peterwalforddentistry.com provides details and references for innovative and progressive solutions drawn from 35 years of practice.

The extensively broken-down bicuspid or molar can be restored in composite resin attractively, reliably and profitably on a conservative budget if the right adhesives, flowables, resins, matrixes, and clinical techniques are used. Procedures shown will assist clinicians in less complex restorations.

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Open Sessions

Saturday, March 10 exhibit hall closed

Saturday So You Think You Can Speak - Series lll

Afternoon Presentations Dealing with Dementia in the Office Ronine Sharp, RN

Saturday, 12:00pm–12:50pm (special time) VCC - Room 219 Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication, Health CE Approved BC Y AB Y

THE “B” WORD – Reconcile the Conflicting Values of Business and Healthcare Kristin Nickells, Certified Executive Coach

Saturday, 1:00pm–1:50pm (special time) VCC - Room 217 Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Tsunami of Disintegrating Dentistry in Coming Decades! Jon O. Strom, DDS, FACD

Saturday, 1:00pm–1:50pm (special time) VCC - Room 218 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Geriatric Dentistry, Health CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Sharing SMILES and STORIES from Around the World! Laureen DiStefano, BSc, DDS

Saturday, 1:00pm–1:50pm (special time) VCC - Room 219 Learning Pattern: Personal Development Personal Development CE Approved BC Y

Ronine Sharp an RN of 35 years, spent the past 7 years studying and screening individuals for memory loss that may signal dementia. She owns Sharp Dementia Coaching and is known as “The Memory Nurse”. Her assistance in a denturist office lead her to “So You Think You Can Speak” and this conference.

A dental chair and open mouth equal more extreme vulnerability for those with changing brains. Their reality, often distorted, is not your reality. Learn what Dementia is, the Stages of Dementia, How to deal with the most Common Distress Issues, using the 5 R’s & the 4 A’s in communication.

Kristin Nickells provides business-skills and leadership training to dentists and other professionals. She is a Certified Executive Coach with a business background and has helped dentists for over 25 years to become better business managers and leaders. She developed and teaches a business training program for dentists, writes for dental publications, and speaks to dental groups and study clubs.

Dentistry is a balance between art, science and business. All three elements are necessary yet business often gets a ‘bad rap’. Why? Engage in an exploration of how a practice is viewed by all the key players and learn how to balance seemingly conflicting values. Make that conflict melt away.

Jon O. Strom - Royal Canadian Dental Corps: 1962-1969, Private Practice in West Vancouver 1969-2008. Ferrier Gold Foil Study Club, Executive on both VDDS and College from 1970-1990, 10 years providing emergency service to patients at Inglewood Long Term Care facility after office hours. He also served on Committee to form UBC Geriatric Chair.

Questions of the future of Dental Health for aging population of medically compromised elders. Topics include: Concerns about Dental Care in Long Term Care facilities; Lack of Dental personnel, disconnect between Medical personnel, use of medications and the dental destruction such use can cause.

Laureen DiStefano received her DDS degree from McGill University and then completed a General Practice Residency in Schenectady, NY. She has practiced dentistry in Jasper, Alberta and Valemount, BC for 24 years (plus a few locums and sabbaticals) Laureen enjoys hiking, skiing, biking and all mountain sports. Volunteering and Traveling have been her passion and she has always loved a good story!

Hear my stories and see many photograghs of my volunteer travels which started in Madras, India in 1990, continued in Guatemala, Kiribati in the South Pacific and most recently in Danang, Vietnam. You will appreciate the dental comforts we sometimes take for granted!! ++ CE credits will not be awarded by the Alberta Dental Association and College for this course.

Dispelling the Myth. Mouthguards and the Prevention of Sports Injuries W. Scott LeBuke, BSc, DDS

Saturday, 2:00pm–2:50pm (special time) VCC - Room 217 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Trauma Dentistry CE Approved BC Y AB Y

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Scott LeBuke is a general dentist in Revelstoke BC. He has a keen interest in the role of sports mouthguards, and their design, in injury prevention. He is the team dentist for the local junior hockey team and consults regularily with the Revelstoke Minor Hockey Association on concussion baseline testing, return to play and prevention. He is currently working on his hockey trainer designation.

The goal of this course is to appreciate the role of dental professionals in the assessment and treatment of concussive injuries and to understand the proper design, function and limitations to the protective sports mouthguards based on the available scientific literature and theoretical data while using this data to recommend proper mouthguard design.

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Open Sessions

Saturday, March 10 exhibit hall closed

Afternoon Presentations Lori Risling

Saturday, 2:00pm–2:50pm (special time) VCC - Room 218 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management

Lori Risling has over 30 years of front line customer service experience with 20 years in the dental profession. Always striving to give superior customer service, her efforts were recognized when she was honored with the Award for Service Excellence. Lori is excited to share the valuable tips and tools she has acquired over the years to help others provide the best customer service possible.

Often it is customer service alone that determines where a patient will spend their money. This presentation brings us back to the fundamentals of courteous, friendly service: Faceto-Face and Over-the-Telephone techniques with easy, useful tips to make your customer service outstanding!

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Oral Cancer: Understanding the Effects of Cultural Oral Habits Sherry Linn Priebe, Dip.DH, BDSc, MSc, RDH

Saturday, 2:00pm–2:50pm (special time) VCC - Room 219 Learning Pattern: Personal Development Health

Sherry Linn Priebe is a UBC graduate with a Masters in Science researching oral disease in Asia. She has volunteered and presented her research on cultural oral habits and oral cancer in Asia, UK, USA and Canada. She was awarded the ‘World Dental Hygienist Award in Research’ and has published articles nationally and internationally. Sherry is an independent contractor dental hygienist in Kelowna, BC.

Due to global trends in oral health and the alarming rise in oral cancer incidence rates, the work of the oral health provider is more important than ever. Awareness of cultural oral habits is integral in understanding the adverse effects on people’s oral health, human wellness and global health.

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Soft Tissue Management in Implant Dentistry Mansur Roy, DMD, MSc, Dip. Perio.

Saturday, 3:00pm–3:50pm (special time) VCC - Room 217 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants

Mansur Roy is a certified Specialist in Periodontics practicing in BC. After acquiring Dental Degree from University of British Columbia, he took his three years of post graduate training in Periodontics from University of Detroit Mercy where he received his Master’s degree from University of Detroit Mercy. His area of research was bone and tissue grafts with bio engineered materials.

The success of Dental Implants is measured by their relationship with bone and soft tissue. Correction of Muco-Gingival problems like lack of keratinized tissue, thin biotype, reduced vestibular height help in maintenance of implants. Soft tissue augmentation of gingiva can enhance aesthetics.

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

When Patients Realize Their Needs... Your Practice Expands Mary Ellen Breckenridge, CDA, Dip. DH, RDH

Saturday, 3:00pm–3:50pm (special time)

Saturday So You Think You Can Speak - Series lll

S.O.S.! Superior, Outstanding Service

Mary Ellen Breckenridge is currently completing her BSc, at UBC while working full time in her own dental hygiene practice. Dentistry is her lifelong passion, with having assisted as a CDA in both general and periodontal practices and practicing clinical hygiene since 1993.

VCC - Room 218 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Communication, Practice Management CE Approved BC Y AB Y

This session will help you motivation patients to commit to necessary treatment. Learn strategies to get your patients saying... “I will do what ever it takes to improve my oral health, what do I need to do?” When Patients take responsibility for their oral health, they pre-book and retain appointments.

The Happy Dentist Peter Bevan-Baker, DDS

Saturday, 3:00pm–3:50pm (special time) VCC - Room 219 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approved BC Y AB Y

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Peter Bevan-Baker was born and grew up in the Highlands of Scotland. He studied dentistry at Glasgow University, moving to Canada in 1985. Peter has a life-long fascination with the subject of happiness, and has found large doses of it with his wife Ann, their 4 children, and in his work. He owns a dental office in Hampton, PEI and maintains balance in his life by writing, making music, running, acting and public speaking.

Happiness is something we all strive for, yet study after study and our own life experiences suggest that it is elusive. In The Happy Dentist, Peter describes how he has found contentment in his work and life, and how any dental office, with the right approach, can be a deeply happy place to work.

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Open Sessions

Saturday, March 10 exhibit hall closed

Repeated Presentations (morning) Hygiene and Orthodontic Care Cathy Sundvall, COA

Saturday, 10:00am–12:30pm VCC - Room 202/203

Saturday Open Sessions

Repeated from Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC - Room 202/203 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Orthodontics CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Cathy Sundvall has combined her over 20 years of practice management and clinical expertise to teach orthodontic staff in the areas of clinical efficiency, new patient process, customer service and team performance. She lectures extensively and has published many articles. Cathy currently serves as an Orthodontic Practice Enhancement Consult and Incognito™ Lingual Appliance System Clinical Trainer. Speaker Host: Barbara Lee

This session’s goal is to review the key components of patient selection, education and supportive care for orthodontic treatment. Join Cathy in discussing the benefits and drawbacks of the various appliances with a review of current materials available to improve hygiene with the orthodontic patient. Co-sponsored by 3M ESPE Dental Products

Morning Presentations Doing Whitening Right… Happy Patients and with Great Results! Victoria Wallace, CDA, LDA

Saturday, 10:00am–12:30pm VCC - Room 109 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Assisting CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Implementing a Successful Periodontal Department – Patient Health meets Practice Productivity Nancy Adair, RDH, BA

Saturday, 10:00am–12:30pm VCC - Room 110 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Periodontics CE Approved BC Y AB Y

More Endo Tips from 35 Years of Practice John Olmsted, DDS, MS

Saturday, 10:00am–12:30pm VCC - Room 121/122 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Victoria Wallace is an active member of the ADAA and Immediate President of the Nevada Dental Assistants Association. She served as Vice Chair of the American Dental Assistants Association Foundation from 2008 to 2011. Victoria was the 2007 recipient of the D. Kay Mosley Distinguished Service Award for her contributions to the ADAA and the ADAAF.

Whitening is still a big practice builder if done right. This course will educate the whole dental team on whitening options and proper procedure protocol, and will answer many whitening troubleshooting questions so patients will be comfortable and satisfied with their whitening experience.

Nancy Adair is a national speaker and founder/owner of Hygiene Excellence Inc. In pursuit of theoretical/clinical excellence, Hygiene Excellence was created to provide science-based CE lectures to dental teams with ‘tried and true’ systems and processes. Nancy is the founder of the PTM™ (Periodontal Therapist Module™), a unique sophisticated ‘hands-on’ postgrad program in Periodontics. Speaker Host: Genevieve Schallmann

Enhance the health of your patients, your role and your practice with the integration of a science-based perio department as a critical component in interdisciplinary dentistry. Review ‘tried and true’ clinical processes, guidelines and antimicrobial regimens. There is NO better time to be an oral health provider! Co-sponsored by Dentsply Canada Limited

John Olmsted is a Past President of the AAE, and past General Chair of ADA 2004 Orlando Meeting. John has been active in practice, teaching, lecturing, and dental organizations for the past 35 years. He earned his DDS from Iowa with OKU; his MS in Endodontics from UNC-Chapel Hill and is currently an Adjunct Professor. John is certified by the ABE and obtained his FAGD, FICD, FACD, and FPFA.

Endodontics requires a high level of technical skills and biological understanding. Dr. Olmsted will share his additional endo tips for resin bonded obturation; restoration with fiber posts; and postoperative care. Co-sponsored by Sybron Dental Specialties

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Saturday, March 10 exhibit hall closed

Morning Presentations Dental Care from A-Z for Special Needs Children Without the GA

Treat Snoring and Sleep Apnea ¨

Kayla Ragosin-Miller, RDH, PID

Saturday, 10:00am–12:30pm VCC - Room 303/304

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Kayla Ragosin-Miller is a dental hygiene graduate from the University of Manitoba. As the hygienist at BC Children’s Hospital she is currently involved in the research and development of helping children on the Autism spectrum accept dental treatment in the dental office without the use of general anesthetic. She is also a part time instructor, and works in private practice.

Simple and Clinically Proven Oral Medical Device Opens the Airway

Speaker Host: Corrina Moldowan

Children with challenging behaviours or developmental delays (Autism) are some of the most difficult for dental practitioners to treat. Learn about different approaches to treat this clientele group to gain compliance in the dental chair producing results.

Oral Cancer: An Emerging Pandemic? Jo-Anne Jones, RDH

• Effective treatment opportunity

• Simple fitting & patient coaching • 3 sizes, plus titrating options • No custom fitting

Saturday Open Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Pediatric Dentistry

Saturday, 10:00am–12:30pm VCC - Room 301 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Jo-Anne Jones has become a well recognized international speaker inspiring dental audiences to embrace the profession they have chosen with a renewed confidence and enthusiasm. Jo-Anne is the President of RDH CONNECTION Inc., and serves on the advisory board for Dentistry Today. Jo-Anne is published both nationally and internationally. She has been invited to join the 2012 CE Leaders and has been described as a very dynamic, knowledgeable speaker. Speaker Host: Samantha Heron

There has never been a greater sense of urgency to adhere to close examination of the oral cavity for early discovery of mucosal abnormalities. A sexually transmitted viral origin is challenging the historic etiology. Both medical and dental communities are being alerted to this emerging pandemic. MRIÕs courtesy of Upper Airway Effects of Two Oral AppliancesÑSutherland et al

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Morning Presentations Purchasing a Dental Practice Henry Doyle Al Heaps Calvin Carpenter, CA

Saturday Open Sessions

Saturday, 10:00am–12:30pm VCC - Room 114 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Finance/Practice Transition CE Approved BC Y

Henry Doyle is a graduate of the University of Alberta and a licensed realtor. Henry has over 15 years in the finance industry with a focus on healthcare finance with CitiBank. As owner of Al Heaps & Associates Inc., Henry brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to his clients. Al Heaps has over 25 years experience in the dental profession and specializes exclusively in dental practice transitions and sales. As the managing broker of Al Heaps & Associates Inc., and a licensed realtor, Al has established a solid reputation as a transition expert. Calvin Carpenter is a Leader of Meyers Norris Penny’s Professional Service team. Working one on one with professionals in the dental community, Calvin provides valuable advice to help clients reach their business and personal goals. He will discuss transition planning from an accounting perspective

Directed to purchasers. This presentation will outline the process of a practice purchase from visiting the practice to closing the sale, including legal issues. Associate buy-ins and cost sharing agreements will also be discussed. ++ CE credits will not be awarded by the Alberta Dental Association and College for this course.

Retirement Planning for Dentists Don Bulmer, MBA, CFP, CIM Stephen Cheng,

Saturday, 10:00am–12:30pm VCC - Room 306 Learning Pattern: Personal Development Finance/Practice Transition

Don Bulmer has been with the Scotiabank Group for over 20 years with an encompassing experience in global wealth management. His practice is focused primarily on solutions for assisting busy professionals, including: Portfolio Management, Individual Pension Plans (IPP), Will and Estate Planning, Retirement Planning, Business Succession Planning, and Insurance Solutions. Stephen Cheng is Managing Director and Senior Consulting Actuary of Westcoast Actuaries Inc. He is one of the most trusted and respected authorities on IPP and has been frequently quoted in the news media, financial newspapers, magazines and journals on the subject.

This seminar will discuss strategies you can implement today to maximize your retirement. Don will discuss ways to save your time with Discretionary Management, allowing you to focus on your business. Stephen will discuss “super charging” your Retirement Savings with an Individual Pension Plan to help provide a larger income for your retirement. Other topics to include: Insurance, Estate Planning, and Business Succession Planning. ++ CE credits will not be awarded by the Alberta Dental Association and College for this course.

A Journey Through Oral Cancer Treatment Marci Eaton, RDH, CDA

Saturday, 10:00am–12:30pm VCC - Room 224 Learning Pattern: Personal Development Health CE Approved BC Y AB Y

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Marci Eaton completed her dental hygiene degree in Portland, Oregon and has practiced in her home province of BC ever since. She has 20 years of clinical dental hygiene experience with 14 years of experience being an oral cancer survivor. This combination of knowledge has allowed her to personalize the oral cancer experience. Speaker Host: Gail Furlong

I’ve been diagnosed with oral cancer. What happens next? What can I expect? Why me? This presentation will take the audience on a tour of a patient’s experience with oral cancer treatment. Diagnostic process, surgeries, radiation therapy, chemotherapy and follow up care will be discussed.

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Morning Presentations A Novel Approach to Understanding the Link Between Oral Care and Systemic Health Jim Grisdale, BA, DDS, Dip. Prosth, Dip. Perio, MRCD(C)

Saturday, 10:00am–12:30pm

Jim Grisdale has a private practice in Vancouver, BC. He is a mentor for study clubs, a sessional lecturer for Continuing Dental Education at UBC and an active participant in clinical research. Dr. Grisdale has published in the area of dentin sensitivity, implants, bone regeneration and soft tissue periodontal adhesives. He lectures extensively and is a member of several professional societies. Speaker Host: Dr. Kenneth (Ken) Donald

This presentation explores the interrelationships between systemic disorders and oral health. The link will be made between periodontal disease from the etiology to the host response and the impact on systemic health. Risk assessment will be addressed in the context of the oral/systemic connection.

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Health CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Co-sponsored by Johnson & Johnson Inc.

Dietary Supplements: What the Dental Team Should Know Tieraona Low Dog, MD

Saturday, 10:00am–12:30pm VCC - Ballroom A

Tieraona Low Dog is the Fellowship Director for the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine. An internationally recognized expert in integrative medicine, she has spoken at more than 500 scientific conferences, published 34 peer-reviewed articles, written 16 chapters for medical textbooks and edited Oxford University Press Integrative Women’s Health textbook. Speaker Host: Sandy Alexandra Laliberte

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Health

Members of the health care team should be familiar with the evidence of safety and benefit for the most commonly used dietary supplements to enhance patient outcomes and reduce risk of adverse events associated with dental procedures.

CE Approved BC Y AB Y

Gyn Phys – Understanding Your Gynecology and Oral Health (“Gin fizz!”) Kate O’Hanlan, MD

Saturday, 10:00am–12:30pm VCC - Room 211

Saturday Open Sessions

VCC - Room 118

Kate O’Hanlan is a surgeon for all pelvic problems including gynecologic cancers. With 49 journal articles on prevention and surgical care of these cancers, she teaches minimally invasive approaches, including total laparoscopic hysterectomy. She uses hilarity to teach droll subjects and makes Gyn Phys (pronounced “gin fizz”) totally fun. Speaker Host: Gina Wohlgemuth

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Health

Dr. O’Hanlan will discuss: Counseling the dental patient with gynecological concerns for maximal oral health; Basic anatomy, embryology, menstruation, endocrinology, menopause, endometriosis, leaky bladders, pelvic pain, heavy periods, fibroids. ++ CE credits will not be awarded by the Alberta Dental Association and College for this course.

Afternoon Presentations Diabesity: Connecting the Dots Between Obesity, Oral Health, Diabetes, Heart Disease Tieraona Low Dog, MD

Saturday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Sandy Alexandra Laliberte

VCC - Ballroom A Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Prevention/Diagnosis, Health CE Approved AB Y

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Exhibitor Listings

Exhibitor Listings 3M ESPE Dental Products www.3MESPE.ca (519) 452-6560 Booth 443 gkmcglynn@mmm.com

Argen Canada www.argencanada.com (604) 575-9669 Booth 1337 argen01@shaw.ca

63Social Corp www.63social.com (647) 352-1325 Booth 155 andrew@63social.com

Aseptico www.aseptico.com (425) 487-3157 Booth 1408 conv@aseptico.com

A-dec, Inc. www.a-dec.com (503) 548-7478 Booth 534 domestic@a-dec.com

Astra Tech www.astratechdental.com (800) 882-2022 Booth 1313 customerservice@astratech.com

ABELDent Inc. www.ABELDent.com (800) 267-2235 x1 Booth 400 Info@ABELDent.com AboutFace www.aboutface.ca (416) 597-2229 x21 info@aboutface.ca

Booth 1827

Academy of Emergency Training www.firstaid.ca (604) 922-2249 Booth 147 info@firstaid.ca Acmedent Corporation www.acmedent.com (905) 761-6850 x1 Booth 1630 rjacoby@acmedent.com ACTEON North America www.us.acteongroup.com (800) 289-6367 x22 Booth 1543 info@us.acteongroup.com Al Heaps & Associates Inc. www.heapsanddoyle.com (604) 724-1964 Booth 1518 henry@heapsanddoyle.com Align Tech www.invisalign.com (888) 822-5446 Booth 1237 mfernie@aligntech.com Alitis Investment Counsel www.alitisinvestmentcounsel.com (250) 287-4933 Booth 1430 info@alitisinvestmentcounsel.com Allstar Dental Laboratories www.allstardental.com (604) 872-2552 Booth 952 info@allstardental.com Alpha Scientific Repair Service Ltd. (604) 231-0740 Booth 1636 dpurdie@rogers.com American Eagle Instruments, Inc. www.am-eagle.com (406) 549-7451 Booth 446 customerservice@am-eagle.com American Express www.americanexpress.ca/smallbusiness (905) 474-4551 Booth 143 Nader.Iskander@aexp.com Ansell Canada Inc. www.ansellhealthcare.com/canada (450) 266-1850 x237 Booth 1410 emonette@ansell.com

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Aurum Ceramic Dental Laboratories www.aurumgroup.com (800) 663-1721 Booth 1019 cerum@aurumgroup.com Axis Dental www.axisdental.com (800) 355-5063 Booth 1510 info@axisdental.com

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No waiting! No needles! No pain! • Needle-free periodontal anesthesia • Works within 20 seconds • No prefilled carpules - you determine how much you need • Pleasant tasting - Wild Cherry and Piña Colada flavours Each HurriPAK™ Starter Kit Contains: • 2 bottles of HurriCaine® Topical Anesthetic Liquid Wild Cherry and Piña Colada flavours • 12 disposable irrigation syringes • 12 disposable periodontal irrigation tips • 2 HurriCaine Luer-Lock Dispensing Caps

BC Academy of General Dentistry www.agd.org/constituent/ main/?CHAP_ID=BC (604) 682-0574 Booth 1835 dr.klein@shawbiz.ca BC Cancer Agency www.bccancer.bc.ca (604) 877-6001 x2422 Booth 1727 ahovan@bccancer.bc.ca BC Dental Association www.bcdental.org (604) 736-7202 Booth 721 post@bcdental.org BC Dental Hygienists Association www.bcdha.com (604) 415-4559 Booth 1731 info@bcdha.bc.ca

EFFECTIVE • Trusted by dental professionals for over 35 years • Eliminates pain and discomfort FAST-ACTING • Relief in 20 seconds

BC Lung Association’s QuitNow Services www.quitnow.ca (250) 656-9706 Booth 1729 kathyboyd@shaw.ca

SAFE • Virtually no systemic absorption • Available over the counter

BC Oral Cancer Prevention Program www.orcanet.ca (604) 675-8000 x8057 Booth 1725 llee6@bccancer.bc.ca Bella Luche Lasers Canada www.bellaluchelasers.com (604) 341-7185 Booth 1252 reception@asmileabove.ca Belmont / Takara Company Canada Ltd. www.takarabelmont.ca (905) 822-2755 Booth 929 mauger@takarabelmont.ca Beutlich LP Pharmaceuticals www.beutlich.com (847) 473-1100 Booth 236 beutlich@beutlich.com

Will help you show patients where they have plaque build-up & help motivate them to improve their oral hygiene routines. • HurriView® highlights where improved oral hygiene is needed • HurriView II® highlights old plaque in blue and new plaque in reddish-pink • Individually wrapped • For in-office evaluation or dispense for home use • Available in boxes of 6 and 72 • No messy rinses or tablets!

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Exhibitor Listings Beyes Canada www.beyes.ca (416) 293-2868 jay.x@beyes.ca

Booth 1218

BioHorizons Canada www.biohorizons.com (905) 944-1700 Booth 1236 infocanada@biohorizons.com Biolase Technology, Inc. www.biolase.com (949) 361-1200 Booth 943 salesdept@biolase.net

Bisco Dental Products Canada Inc. www.biscocanada.com (604) 276-8662 Booth 921 info@biscocanada.com Blue & Green Inc. www.blueandg.com (416) 733-7900 Booth 1437 info@blueandg.com BMO Bank of Montreal www.bmo.com/professionals (416) 927-4213 Booth 1347 pino.loverro@bmo.com BQ Ergonomics www.bqergonomics.com (720) 434-7192 Booth 1153 shaaksma@bqergonomics.com Brasseler USA www.brasselerusa.com (912) 925-8525 x5050 Booth 1203 suedenitto@brasselerusa.com Can-Am Gold (604) 583-6657 Booth 1625 canamgold@gmail.com Canada Diagnostic Centres www.canadadiagnostic.com (604) 709-8522 Booth 1530 info@canadadiagnostic.com Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry www.caed.ca (514) 769-3939 Booth 1833 info@caed.ca Canadian Dental Assistants’ Association www.cdaa.ca (613) 521-5495 Booth 1825 mmoodley@cdaa.ca Canadian Dental Hygienists Association www.cdha.com (613) 224-5515 x130 Booth 1733 ssavoie@cdha.ca Canadian Forces Dental Services www.forces.gc.ca (604) 666-0166 anthony.wright@forces.gc.ca FOLLOW US ON

Carl Zeiss Canada Ltd. www.zeiss.ca (416) 816-4659 Booth 652 mkrzeczynski@zeiss.com CDSPI www.cdspi.com (416) 296-9401 cdspi@cdspi.com

Booth 920

CE Solutions www.ConEdGroup.com (604) 575-4570 Booth 552 info@conedgroup.com Centrix, Inc. www.centrixdental.com (203) 929-5582 x7438 Booth 247 lthunem@centrixdental.com Certified Dental Assistants of BC www.cdabc.org (604) 714-1766 Booth 1823 info@cdabc.org CIBC www.cibc.com (604) 658-3146 Booth 312 barbara.calder@cibc.com Citagenix Inc. www.citagenix.com (877) 243-6724 info@citagenix.com

Booth 218

ClearDent www.cleardent.com (866) 253-2748 x1 Booth 1000 info@cleardent.com Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services www.clinicalresearchdental.com (800) 265-3444 Booth 1009, 1528 info@clinicalresearchdental.com Colgate www.colgateprofessional.com (416) 421-6000 Booth 424, 528 College of Dental Hygienists of BC www.cdhbc.com (250) 383-4101 Booth 1735 cdhbc@cdhbc.com College of Dental Surgeons of BC www.cdsbc.org (604) 736-3621 Booth 411 brichardson@cdsbc.org College of Dental Technicians of BC www.cdt.bc.ca (604) 278-8324 Booth 1822 info@cdt.bc.ca College of Denturists of BC www.cd.bc.ca (604) 515-0533 Booth 1832 registrar@cd.bc.ca

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Coltene/Whaledent, Inc. www.coltenewhaledent.com (800) 221-3046 Booth 1209 morrison@coltenewhaledent.com Connect the Doc Marketing Inc. www.connectthedoc.com (778) 882-6663 Booth 1245 nadeem@connectthedoc.com Consult-PRO www.consult-pro.com (800) 519-6569 Booth 228 info@consult-pro.com Crest Oral-B www.dentalcare.com (416) 730-5920 gagnon.f@pg.com

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Crystal Tip www.crystaltip.com (800) 944-3939 Booth 253 sales@crystaltip.com CVC Market Point Inc. www.cvcmarketpoint.com (604) 629-1834 Booth 1732 ajoppa@cvcmarketpoint.com D-Sharp Dental www.operatorymanagement.com (877) 837-4277 Booth 553 Lisa.Gastle@atitan.com

Dental USA www.mydentalusa.com (815) 363-8003 Booth 251 info@mydentalusa.com DentalEZ www.dentalez.com (866) 383-4636 Booth 851 Dentalree.com www.dentalree.com (408) 455-2150 Booth 1412 lindalaine0824@yahoo.com Dentsply Canada Limited www.dentsply.com (905) 851-6060 Booth 643 Desante Financial Services, Inc. www.desante.ca (888) 985-1072 Booth 1244 pmcfadyen@shaw.ca Designs for Vision, Inc. www.designsforvision.com (800) 345-4009 Booth 1319 info@dvimail.com DEXIS Digital X-ray www.dexis.com (303) 674-0726 Booth 301 annette.bertrand@danahermail.com

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Biomet 3i Inc. www.biomet3i.com (514) 956-9843 Booth 1150 ca.info@biomet.com

Carestream Dental www.carestreamdental.com (800) 933-8031 Booth 1102

DiaDent Group International www.diadent.com Booth 1323 David Mitchell General Contractor (604) 451-8851 (604) 805-5645 Booth 444 katie@diadent.com davoodmoradir@gmail.com Digital Doc, LLC www.digi-doc.com Demandforce Inc. (916) 941-8010 Booth 1045 www.demandforce.com (415) 296-6822 Booth 212 kkelley@digi-doc.com mball@demandforce.com Directa AB www.directadental.com Den-Mat Holdings (203) 438-8832 Booth 347 www.denmat.com (805) 922-8491 Booth 235 frank.cortes@directadental.com spalmer@denmat.com DMG America www.dmg-america.com Dental Film Club (800) 662-6383 Booth 1424 www.dentalsavingsclub.com (888) 768-1230 Booth 1225 info@dmg-america.com info@dentalsavingsclub.com DOCS Education www.DOCSeducation.org Dental Industry Association (877) 325-3627 Booth 1405 of Canada info@docseducation.com www.diac.ca (905) 417-7462 bernie@diac.ca

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Dental Learning Centers www.dlcenters.com (425) 941-7211 Booth 1144 dennis@dlcenters.com Dental Technicians Association of BC www.dentaltechniciansofbc.com (604) 278-6279 Booth 1824 office@dentaltechniciansofbc.com Dental Tribune America, LLC www.dental-tribune.com (212) 244-7181 Booth 1551 database@dental-tribune.com

Doral Refining Corp. www.doralcorp.com (516) 223-3684 Booth 1222 lestrada@doralrefining.com DPAP Counselling (800) 661-9199 Booth 1828 dpapcounselling@shaw.ca

Dr. Fuji Cyber-Relax www.fujichair.com (510) 651-9088 x111 Booth 350 marketing@drfuji.com Dr. Knows Waiting Room TV www.spectaradisplays.com/know (905) 852-3519 Booth 111 Jeff@SpectaraDisplays.com

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Exhibitor Listings

Exhibitor Listings E.M.S. Canada Inc. www.ems-dent.com (416) 456-6143 Booth 1531 smcguire@ems-canada.ca

Hansamed Limited www.hansamed.net (800) 363-2876 info@hansamed.net

EDI Implant BC www.edimplant.ca (60) 461-73421 jjahn@edimplant.ca

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Hartzell & Son, G. www.ghartzellandson.com (800) 950-2206 Booth 1129 sales@ghartzellandson.com

J. Morita USA, Inc. www.jmoritausa.com (949) 581-9600 Booth 1213 info@jmoritausa.com

Element Financial www.elementfinancial.ca (866) 967-3652 Booth 200 mmcgillivray@elementfinancial.ca

Health Smart Financial Services www.healthsmartfinancial.com (647) 435-6638 Booth 101 alex@healthsmartfinancial.com

JCO Products Ltd. www.jcoproducts.com (604) 200-0110 x101 Booth 353 jcopazo@jcoproducts.com

Endo/Tech www.endo-tech.com (902) 429-2257 Booth 1255 svincent@endo-tech.com

Hedy Canada www.hedycanada.com (403) 571-2277 Booth 1443 info@hedycanada.com

Johnson & Johnson Inc. www.jnjcanada.com (905) 968-2000 Booth 543

MCS Handpiece Ltd. www.mcshandpiece.com (604) 575-8544 Booth 1151 mcshandpiece@shaw.ca

Ethics International www.aveosleep.ca (250) 858-7604 Booth 1525 hally@ethics.ca

HEINE www.heine.com (800) 367-4872 Booth 1402 service@heine-na.com

KaVo Dental www.kavousa.com (200) 659-6560 Booth 219 Andrew.Kuzmen@pelton.net

Medicom Inc. www.medicom.ca (514) 636-6262 x2288 Booth 1125 kremillard@medicom.ca

Exan Mercedes Software www.exanmercedes.com (888) 808-6223 x1 Booth 1035 sales@exansoftware.com

Henry Schein www.henryschein.ca (604) 527-8888 x2587 Booth 709 bob.almasi@henryschein.ca

Kerr TotalCare www.kerrtotalcare.com (800) 841-1428 Booth 1344

MediQuest Technologies Inc. www.mediquest.ca (604) 998-1200 x111 Booth 1534 mike.metcalfe@mediquest.ca

Fine Arts Dental Laboratories Ltd. www.fineartsdentallabs.com (604) 298-4232 Booth 213 mgandire@fineartsdentallabs.com

High Q Dental www.highqdental.com (800) 775-3433 Booth 151 sales@highqdental.com

First Edition First Aid Training Inc. www.firsteditionfirstaid.ca (403) 243-2644 Booth 1403 jan@firsteditionfirstaid.ca

Hiossen Implant Canada Inc. www.hiossen.ca (778) 668-7334 Booth 230 shawn@osstem.com

Freedom 55 Financial www.freedom55financial.com (604) 685-6521 x252 Booth 1550 justin.carvery@f55f.com

Hornbrook Clinical Excellence through Education www.davidhornbrook.com (520) 568-2833 Booth 137 cassie@hornbrook.com

Garrison Dental Solutions www.garrisondental.com (616) 842-2244 x262 Booth 302 sbuckner@garrisondental.com GC America Inc. www.gcamerica.com (604) 307-5355 Booth 1243 marlyse_williams@gcamerica.com Gendex Dental Systems www.gendex.com (303) 674-0726 Booth 1124 annette.bertrand@danahermail.com Germiphene Corporation www.germiphene.com (800) 265-9931 Booth 1420 kristine@germiphene.com GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare www.gsk.ca (905) 814-2220 Booth 307 GLO APPAREL www.gloapparel.com (888) 233-4333 Booth 1508 info@gloapparel.com

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Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. www.hu-friedy.com (773) 975-6100 info@hufriedy.com

Booth 225

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iFinance Dental www.ifinancedental.ca (888) 689-9876 Booth 352 info@ifici.com InfoSign Media Inc. www.infosignmedia.com (450) 447-1999 Booth 1447 yves.corsi@infosignmedia.com Instrumentarium Dental Inc. www.instrumentariumdental.com/usa (800) 558-6120 Booth 1146 usainfo@instrudental.com Intra-lock Distribution www.intra-lock.ca (878) 877-6464 Booth 208 info@intra-lock.ca ITRANS - Continovation Services Inc. www.goitrans.com (866) 788-1212 Booth 1537 support@goitrans.com

Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc. www.ivoclarvivadent.ca (905) 238-5700 x8234 Booth 900 sarah.anders@ivoclarvivadent.us

Lady Mae Uniforms Ltd. www.ladymaeuniforms.com (250) 382-3342 Booth 1643 ladymaeuniforms@shaw.ca

MacKinnon Dental Sales (604) 583-4119 Booth 1451 arlenemackinnon2000@hotmail.com maxill inc. www.maxill.com (519) 631-7370 x229 aarono@maxill.com

Booth 335

Maxim Software Systems www.maximsoftware.com (800) 663-7199 Booth 451 info@maximsoftware.com

Larr Sales Inc. www.larrsales.com (905) 474-2233 Booth 1533 info@larrsales.com

Microbrush International www.microbrush.com (262) 375-4011 Booth 1444 MicroDental Vancouver www.dtidental.com (604) 873-0888 Booth 1318 jandersen@microdental.com

LED Dental Inc. www.velscope.com (888) 541-4614 Booth 1635 support@velscope.com

Micrylium Laboratories www.micrylium.com (800) 489-8868 Booth 455 greenteam@micrylium.com

Liatex Enterprises Ltd. www.liatex.com (604) 524-8038 Booth 1524 info@liatex.com

Midmark Corporation www.midmark.com (937) 526-8244 Booth 1235 felsass@midmark.com

Lindquist Marketing www.lindquistmarketing.com (503) 298-7306 Booth 1502 vicki@lindquistmarketing.com

Miele Limited www. miele.ca (905) 532-2270 x225 Booth 1647 ulrike.lindig@miele.ca

Liquid Smile www.liquidsmile.com (888) 954-7843 Booth 255 sales@liquidsmile.com

Miles Of Smiles Mobile Dental Hygiene Services Inc. www.miles-of-smiles.ca (604) 537-6989 Booth 135 rick@miles-of-smiles.ca

Login Canada www.lb.ca (204) 837-2987 x219 Booth 1642 cab@lb.ca Lohn Caulder LLP www.lohncaulder.com (604) 687-5444 Booth 1325 jnakano@lohncaulder.com Love My Choice Trading Ltd. www.lovemychoice.com (604) 241-0315 Booth 1433 info@lovemychoice.com Luniforme www.luniforme.com (888) 534-2929 Booth 109 info@luniforme.com

Millennium Dental Technologies www.LANAP.com (562) 860-2908 Booth 234 info@lanap.com Mimountino Designs Ltd. www.mimountinodesigns.com (604) 764-1619 Booth 1742 mbmina@hotmail.com MIS Implants www.mis-implants.ca (514) 633-0076 Booth 450 service@mis-implants.ca

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Exhibitor Listings MS Meditech Solutions Inc. www.msmeditech.com (604) 270-8358 Booth 1119 syang@msmeditech.com

OCO Biomedical, Inc. www.ocobiomedical.com (505) 998-2414 Booth 344 Samantha@ocobiomedical.com

Paul Ro Dental Lab www.paulrodentallab.com (604) 432-7455 Booth 145 info@paulrodentallab.com

Professional Sales Associates, Inc. www.profsales.com (330) 299-7343 Booth 933 pam@profsales.com

MY Clinic Solutions www.myclinicsolutions.com (780) 263-2997 Booth 254 myakimovich@live.com

OHM Medical Training Services Inc. www.ohmmedical.com (604) 249-2156 Booth 1633 mak.edward@ohmmedical.com

Pelton & Crane www.pelton.net (800) 659-6560 Booth 909 Andrew.Kuzmen@Pelton.net

ProSites, Inc. www.prosites.com (888) 932-3644 info@prosites.com

National Dental Inc. www.nationaldental.com (800) 392-1171 x21 Booth 1419 neilmagneson@gmail.com

Ontario Dental Education Institute www.on-dei.com (905) 304-4706 x201 Booth 1431 admin@on-dei.com

PeriOptix, Inc. www.perioptix.com (888) 360-0033 info@perioptix.com

Protec Dental Laboratories Ltd. www.protecdental.com (604) 873-8000 Booth 1343 info@protecdental.com

National Dosimetry Services www.healthcanada.gc.ca/nds (800) 261-6689 Booth 1246 NDS-SND@hc-sc.gc.ca

Oral Science www.oralscience.com (450) 442-7070 Booth 1029 info@oralscience.com

Periowave Dental Technologies www.periowave.com (866) 669-0555 Booth 318 info@periowave.com

Provision Accounting Group www.provisionaccountinggroup.ca (604) 273-6601 Booth 1418 info@provisiongroup.ca

National Leasing Healthcare Financing www.nationalleasing.com (604) 448-3011 Booth 1047 cheryl.anderson@nationalleasing.com

Oravital Inc. www.oravital.com (416) 324-8675 info@oravital.com

Pfizer www.Pfizer.ca (250) 661-4066 Booth 233 ashley.anderson@pfizer.com

Pulpdent Corporation www.pulpdent.com (617) 926-6666 x645 Booth 209 larry@pulpdent.com

Philips Sonicare Canada www.sonicare.com (800) 676-7664 Booth 401

Purtzki & Associates www.justfordentists.com (250) 754-1951 Booth 951 purtzki@purtzki.com

Orbit Imaging www.orbitimaging.com (604) 817-3532 Booth 1202 walts@shaw.ca

Orthodontic Supply of Canada Inc. Nickellsilver Business Solutions Inc. www.orthosupply.ca www.nickellsilver.ca (506) 462-0305 Booth 1145 (250) 240-0150 Booth 351 april@orthosupply.ca nickellsilver@shaw.ca Pacific Blue Cross Nitesco Media www.pac.bluecross.ca (250) 300-0014 Booth 1504 (604) 419-2000 Booth 1223 R_Glendinning@yahoo.com Pacific Implant Institute Nobel Biocare Canada Inc. www.piidentistry.com www.nobelbiocare.com (604) 868-9700 Booth 325 (800) 939-9394 Booth 329 kimber@piidentistry.com info.canada@nobelbiocare.com Pacific Training Institute NovaLab Facial Aesthetics www.novadent.com www.ptifa.com (819) 474-2580 Booth 1051 (604) 681-0066 Booth 1254 novadent@cgocable.ca info@ptifa.com

Planmeca USA, Inc. www.planmecausa.com (630) 529-2300 Booth 321 sales@Planmecausa.com PPB Enterprises www.professionalpracticebuilders.com (780) 481-2284 Booth 1523 pwinget@telus.net Precision Dental Handpiece & Supplies Inc. www.precisiondental.ca (866) 729-9229 Booth 1623 info@precisiondental.ca

Q-Optics www.q-optics.com (800) 858-2121 Booth 332 support@qualityaspirators.com Quantum Inc. www.quantumhealth.com (541) 345-5556 Booth 1120 cstarkey@quantumhealth.com Rand Refining Ltd. www.randrefining.com (604) 590-4060 Booth 1309 randrefining@shaw.ca

Premier Dental (Canada) www.premusa.com (905) 713-0302 Booth 336 dgrassie@premusa.com

RBC Dominion Securities www.teresadickson.com (877) 695-6635 Booth 1529 teresa.dickson@rbc.com

NSK America Corporation www.nsk-inc.com (847) 975-1714 Booth 119 alfred@nskamericacorp.com

Palisades Dental www.palisadesdental-llc.com (800) 664-8000 Booth 1632 info@palisadesdental-llc.com

Premium Dental Laboratories Ltd. www.premiumlab.com (604) 294-2881 Booth 343, 1043 prem2@telus.net

RBC Royal Bank www.rbc.com (604) 665-5157 Booth 125 beau.olmstead@rbc.com

nu apparel www.nuapparel.ca (604) 725-9577 Booth 1251 heather@nuapparel.ca

Panadent www.panadent.com (800) 368-9777 Booth 1631 info@panadent.com

PrimeSpeak www.primespeak.com (800) 410-8149 Booth 346 info@primespeak.com

NuSmile Pediatric Crowns www.nusmilecrowns.com (713) 861-0033 x661 Booth 454 info@nusmilecrowns.com

Paradise Dental Technologies www.pdtdental.com (604) 202-7593 Booth 1050 bzmatthews@shaw.ca

Pro One Uniforms www.prooneuniforms.com (604) 514-9903 Booth 855 pro1uniforms@hotmail.com

Renaissance Cosmetic Arts Dental Lab. www.rcalab.com (604) 980-0100 Booth 1450 daniel@rcalab.com

Ocean Ceramics Ltd. www.oceanceramics.com (604) 777-1337 Booth 229 team.oc@oceanceramics.com

Pascal International www.pascaldental.com (425) 827-4694 Booth 1547 wmark@pascaldental.com

ProColor Prints Ltd. www.procolorprints.com (888) 229-6567 Booth 355 info@procolorprints.com

Ocean Pacific Med Tec Ltd. www.ocean-pacific.ca (604) 980-6500 Booth 308 sales@ocean-pacific.ca

Patterson Dental www.pattersondental.ca (604) 247-1991 Booth 421 nigel.barnes@pattersondental.ca

Professional Practice Sales Ltd. www.ppsales.com (604) 913-7717 Booth 105 mike.suffield@ppsales.com

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National Massage Chairs www.nationalmassagechair.ca (604) 253-6636 Booth 1637 danchan@telus.net

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Booth 224

Booth 1404

Renaissance Dental & Implant Institute www.rdiinstitute.com (778) 397-8845 Booth 1346 phyllisvineberg@shaw.ca RF America www.myrfamerica.com (866) 578-5522 Booth 1624 mail@myrfamerica.com RGP Dental, Inc. www.rgpergo.com (401) 254-9695 dj@rgpdental.com

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Exhibitor Listings Roger Beaulieu (604) 421-7323 Booth 1728 roger.dental@shaw.ca Rogers Outrank www.rogersoutrank.com (646) 753-6312 Booth 203 alauer@yodle.com

Exhibitor Listings

ROI Corporation www.roicorp.com (604) 736-7468 Booth 231 marcia@roicorp.com Rose Micro Solutions www.rosemicrosolutions.com (716) 608-0009 Booth 354 mark@rosemicrosolutions.com Ross Chempharma Inc. www.rosshealthcare.org (604) 521-6626 x1 Booth 1724 marc@rosshealthcare.org Sable Industries Inc. www.sableindustriesinc.com (519) 579-9323 Booth 1137 kmichelin@sableindustriesinc.com Safari Dental Inc. www.safaridental.com (450) 433-5754 Booth 1250 sales@safaridental.com Sanyo www.redfernent.com (403) 735-5130 x221 Booth 1546 info@redfernent.com Schick Technologies www.schicktech.com (718) 482-2210 Booth 223 marmonas@schicktech.com SciCan Ltd. www.scican.com (416) 446-2757 Booth 829 bandrew@scican.com Scotiabank www.scotiabank.com (604) 619-4699 Booth 821 pat.scrase@scotiabank.com SDI (North America) Inc. www.sdi.com.au (630) 238-8300 Booth 1312 lauri.novak@sdi.com.au Septodont of Canada www.septodont.ca (519) 623-0506 Booth 1025 Sharwan Canada Inc. (514) 488-2593 Booth 1154 dewanshashi@hotmail.com Sheervision Inc. www.sheervision.com (310) 265-8918 x211 Booth 950 myra@sheervision.com Shofu Dental Corporation www.shofu.com (760) 736-3277 x205 Booth 304 kheaton@shofu.com

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Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. www.sinclairdental.com (604) 986-1544 Booth 729 abozorgzad@sinclairdental.com

Supermax Canada www.supermaxcanada.com (514) 428-9188 x224 Booth 1247 sbergeron@supermaxcanada.com

Troll Plastics Inc. www.trollplast.com (604) 263-8031 trol@shaw.ca

Sintco Dental & Surgical Inc. www.sintcodental.ca (416) 398-4355 Booth 1629 kashaf@rogers.com

Sure Dental www.suredental.com (888) 277-2335 Booth 1542 info@suredental.com

UBC Faculty of Dentistry www.dentistry.ubc.ca (604) 822-6751 Booth 1837 dentalum@interchange.ubc.ca

Sirona Dental Systems GmbH www.sirona.de (604) 889-4441 Booth 503 jpgrondin@shaw.ca

Sybron Dental Specialties www.sybrondental.com (714) 516-7800 Booth 701

UBC Sauder School of Business Executive Education www.sauder.ubc.ca (604) 822-8498 Booth 1736 kabir.mathur@sauder.ubc.ca

Sjogren’s Society of Canada www.sjogrenscanada.org (604) 536-4040 Booth 1831 marilynmulldoon@hotmail.com

Synca Direct www.synca.com (800) 667-9622 Booth 1229 stephane.a@synca.com

smart web canada www.smartwebcanada.com (778) 996-3232 Booth 1351 hossain@smartwebcanada.com

TD Canada Trust www.tdcanadatrust.com/ smallbusiness/professionals.jsp (416) 308-5636 Booth 1219 david.shilton@td.com

Smile Restoration Dental Lab www.srdentallab.com (604) 461-0207 Booth 252 srdl2112@gmail.com

TeleVox Software, Inc. www.televox.com (251) 633-9252 Booth 1204 info@televox.com

Solutionreach www.solutionreach.com (866) 605-6867 Booth 1544 sales@solutionreach.com

The Bridge Network Inc. www.bridge-network.com (800) 922-7434 Booth 237 tbnsales@bridge-network.com

Southern Implants www.southernimplants.us (949) 273-8505 x224 Booth 1634 glandreville@southernimplants.us

The Canadian Academy of Dental Hygiene www.cadh.ca (905) 278-2794 x31 Booth 1532 infocadh@bellnet.ca

SS White www.sswhiteburs.com (732) 905-1100 x152 Booth 1322 dhardnin@sswhiteburs.com Strathcona Community Dental Clinic www.strathcona-health.ca (604) 713-5851 Booth 1826 strathconahealth@vsb.bc.ca Straumann Canada Limited www.straumann.ca (800) 363-4024 Booth 843 info.ca@straumann.com Street Smart Investing Ltd. www.streetsmartinvesting.ca (604) 922-3393 Booth 246 office@streetsmartinvesting.ca Sulcabrush Inc. www.sulcabrush.com (905) 669-6288 Booth 1522 21bbella@sulcabrush.com Sultan Chemists, Inc. www.sultanhealthcare.com (201) 871-1232 Booth 555 tanya.crawford@sultanchemists.com Sunstar Canada www.GUMBrand.com (519) 341-3297 Booth 1109 jocelyne.bourget@ca.sunstar.com

Thommen Medical Canada Inc. www.thommenmedical.com (877) 242-6012 Booth 303 vivian.rutherford@thommenmedical.com Tim Stensrud Design www.healthcaredesigner.com (780) 449-7272 Booth 1147 stensrud@telusplanet.net Tokuyama Dental America Inc. www.tokuyama-us.com (760) 942-7211 Booth 222 camila@tokuyama-us.com TPC Financial Group Ltd. www.tpcfinancial.com (250) 385-0058 Booth 129 bookkeeping@tpcfinancial.com Transitions Group North America www.transitionsonline.com (800) 345-5157 x225 Booth 1055 barbmac@tcgdds.com Treasure Tower World www.ttwcanada.com (877) 889-5439 x87 Booth 1350 ginny@ttwcanada.com Tri Hawk International www.trihawk.com (866) 874-4295 Booth 1329 dentalinfo@trihawk.com

Booth 1628

Ultimate Creations, Inc. www.InfiniteAloe.com (323) 906-2880 x103 Booth 1324 chrissie@ultcreate.com Ultralight Optics www.ultralightoptics.com (714) 316-4514 Booth 201 customerservice@ultralightoptics.com UniNature Dental Enterprise (BC) Inc. www.uninaturedental.com (604) 270-8911 Booth 550 abarrie@uninaturedental.com Unity Dental Lab www.unitydentallab.com (604) 916-2383 Booth 131 mlam8@shaw.ca University of Alberta www.ualberta.ca (780) 492-6566 Booth 1535 cmyhre@ualberta.ca University of Toronto Faculty of Dentistry www.utoronto.ca/dentistry/alumni (416) 979-4940 Booth 1512 sabrina.martinez@dentistry.utoronto.ca Upper Island District Dental Society www.uidds.com (250) 890-0723 Booth 1829 uiddsmary@shaw.ca Vancouver and District Dental Society www.vdds.com (604) 683-5730 Booth 1723 gerri@vdds.com Vancouver Gold Buyer www.vancouvergold.ca (778) 990-1232 Booth 153 info@vancouvergold.ca Vancouver Laser and Skin Care Centre www.vancouverlaser.com (604) 873-6489 Booth 113 janette@vancouverlaser.com Vident www.vident.com (800) 263-4778 info@vident.com

Booth 205

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Exhibitor Products

VisiCom Paging Systems www.visicom.net (402) 734-4900 x131 Booth 300 sales@visicom.net

WorkSafeBC www.worksafebc.com/health_care_providers (604) 276-3329 Booth 1830 christine.lynn@worksafebc.com

Adhesives and Composites

VOCO Canada, Inc. www.voco.com (888) 658-2584 Booth 1335 info@voco.com

Young Dental www.youngdental.com (847) 458-5400 Booth 1446 tradeshows@ydnt.com

Waterpik Canada www.waterpik.com (905) 947-1393 x3 Booth 1409 kwalters@waterpik.com

Zila, a TOLMAR Company www.zila.com (800) 228-5595 Booth 204 salesinfo@zila.com

Westan Dental Products Group www.westan.ca (204) 946-5452 Booth 1429 jlbauer@mts.net

Zimmer Dental www.zimmerdental.com (905) 567-2073 x52374 Booth 243 joyce.haddad@zimmer.com

Westcoast Dental Supplies Inc. www.westcoastdental.ca (778) 340-5657 Booth 1143 info@westcoastdental.ca

Zoll-Dental www.zolldental.com (847) 647-1819 Booth 1303 ken@zolldental.com

Aesthetic Products

Wilson Radiographic Centre Ltd. www.wilsonradiographic.ca (604) 879-9449 Booth 1331 cindy@wilsonradiographic.ca

Acmedent Corporation Bisco Dental Products Canada Inc. GC America Inc. Hansamed Limited Henry Schein Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc. J. Morita USA, Inc. NuSmile Pediatric Crowns Pacific Training Institute for Facial Aesthetics Patterson Dental Pulpdent Corporation SDI (North America) Inc. Sybron Dental Specialties Ultimate Creations, Inc. UniNature Dental Enterprise (BC) Inc. Westcoast Dental Supplies Inc.

Anaesthetic and Pain Control Beutlich LP Pharmaceuticals Carestream Dental Hansamed Limited Henry Schein J. Morita USA, Inc. Patterson Dental Professional Sales Associates, Inc. Pfizer Septodont of Canada Sultan Chemists, Inc. Synca Direct Westcoast Dental Supplies Inc.

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BC Lung Association’s QuitNow Services BC Oral Cancer Prevention Program Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry Canadian Dental Assistants’ Association Canadian Dental Hygienists Association Canadian Forces Dental Services Certified Dental Assistants of BC College of Dental Hygienists of BC College of Dental Surgeons of BC College of Dental Technicians of BC College of Denturists of BC Dental Industry Association of Canada Dental Technicians Association of BC Sjogren’s Society of Canada Strathcona Community Dental Clinic University of Alberta University of Toronto Faculty of Dentistry Upper Island District Dental Society Vancouver and District Dental Society WorkSafeBC

Business Support Products Demandforce Inc. JCO Products Ltd. National Massage Chairs OHM Medical Training Services Inc. Solutionreach TPC Financial Group Ltd. Unity Dental Lab Westcoast Dental Supplies Inc.

Exhibitor Products

Willamette Dental Group www.willamettedental.com (503) 952-2162 Booth 103 sjones@willamettedental.com

3M ESPE Dental Products Acmedent Corporation Bisco Dental Products Canada Inc. Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services Inc. Den-Mat Holdings DMG America GC America Inc. Henry Schein Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc. J. Morita USA, Inc. Patterson Dental Pulpdent Corporation Roger Beaulieu SDI (North America) Inc. Septodont of Canada Shofu Dental Corporation Sure Dental Sybron Dental Specialties Synca Direct Tokuyama America Inc. VOCO Canada, Inc. Westcoast Dental Supplies Inc.

Computers and Software

63Social Corp. ABELDent Inc. ACTEON North America Astra Tech ClearDent Connect the Doc Marketing Inc. Consult-PRO Dental Learning Centers Exan Mercedes Software Henry Schein ITRANS - Continovation Services Inc. Maxim Software Systems Professional Sales Associates, Inc. ProSites, Inc. RF America Rogers Outrank Sirona Dental Systems GmbH smart web canada Solutionreach Synca Direct TeleVox Software, Inc. The Bridge Network Inc. Westcoast Dental Supplies Inc.

Consulting and Transition Services

Al Heaps & Associates Inc. CIBC Nickellsilver Business Solutions Inc. Purtzki & Associates

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Exhibitor Products Consulting and Transition Services (continued)

RBC Dominion Securities ROI Corporation Transitions Group North America

Exhibitor Products

Crown and Bridge, Denture and other Prosthodontic Products

3M ESPE Dental Products Allstar Dental Laboratories Aurum Ceramic Dental Laboratories Centrix, Inc. DMG America GC America Inc. Henry Schein Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc. J. Morita USA, Inc. NuSmile Pediatric Crowns Pascal International Patterson Dental Renaissance Cosmetic Arts Dental Lab. Sirona Dental Systems GmbH Smile Restoration Dental Lab Straumann Canada Limited Sultan Chemists, Inc. Sure Dental Tokuyama America Inc. UniNature Dental Enterprise (BC) Inc. Unity Dental Lab Vident VOCO Canada, Inc. Westan Dental Products Group Westcoast Dental Supplies Inc.

Dental Education (continued)

Millennium Dental Technologies MIS Implants Nickellsilver Business Solutions Inc. Ocean Ceramics Ltd. OHM Medical Training Services Inc. Ontario Dental Education Institute Pacific Implant Institute Pacific Training Institute for Facial Aesthetics Panadent Renaissance Dental & Implant Institute Sjogren’s Society of Canada Straumann Canada Limited The Canadian Academy of Dental Hygiene TPC Financial Group Ltd. UBC Faculty of Dentistry UBC Sauder School of Business Executive Education UniNature Dental Enterprise (BC) Inc. University of Toronto Faculty of Dentistry Vancouver Laser and Skin Care Centre Westcoast Dental Supplies Inc.

Dental Equipment and Chairs A-dec, Inc. Acmedent Corporation ACTEON North America Alpha Scientific Repair Service Ltd. Aseptico

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Belmont/Takara Company Canada Ltd. Beyes Canada Biolase Technology, Inc. BQ Ergonomics DentalEZ DiaDent Group International DOCS Education Dr. Fuji Cyber-Relax E.M.S. Canada Inc. First Edition First Aid Training Inc. Henry Schein J. Morita USA, Inc. Lindquist Marketing Midmark Corporation National Dental Inc. National Massage Chairs Patterson Dental Pelton & Crane Planmeca USA, Inc. Precision Dental Handpiece & Supplies Inc. Professional Sales Associates, Inc. RGP Dental, Inc. Roger Beaulieu Sable Industries Inc. Safari Dental Inc. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Sirona Dental Systems GmbH Westan Dental Products Group Westcoast Dental Supplies Inc.

Dental Cabinetry

A-dec, Inc. Alpha Scientific Repair Service Ltd. Belmont/Takara Company Canada Ltd. DentalEZ Henry Schein Midmark Corporation Patterson Dental Pelton & Crane Planmeca USA, Inc. Professional Sales Associates, Inc. Roger Beaulieu Sirona Dental Systems GmbH

Dental Education

Academy of Emergency Training CE Solutions Consult-PRO Den-Mat Holdings Dental Learning Centers DOCS Education EDI Implant BC First Edition First Aid Training Inc. Hansamed Limited Henry Schein Hornbrook Clinical Excellence through Education Infosign Media

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Alpha Scientific Repair Service Ltd. Aseptico Belmont/Takara Company Canada Ltd. Dental Film Club Dental USA Henry Schein KaVo Dental MCS Handpiece Ltd. Patterson Dental Precision Dental Handpiece & Supplies Inc. Sable Industries Inc. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd.

Dental Instruments

A-dec, Inc. Acmedent Corporation Alpha Scientific Repair Service Ltd. American Eagle Instruments, Inc. Beyes Canada BioHorizons Canada Blue & Green Inc. Brasseler USA D-Sharp Dental Dental Film Club Dental USA DentalEZ Directa AB Garrison Dental Solutions Hartzell & Son, G. HEINE Henry Schein Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. KaVo Dental MacKinnon Dental Sales MCS Handpiece Ltd. Millennium Dental Technologies MIS Implants National Dental Inc. NSK America Corporation Palisades Dental Panadent Paradise Dental Technologies Pascal International Patterson Dental Periowave Dental Technologies Precision Dental Handpiece & Supplies Inc. Premier Dental (Canada) Pulpdent Corporation Q-Optics RF America Roger Beaulieu Rose Micro Solutions SciCan Ltd. Sheervision Inc. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Sintco Dental & Surgical Inc. Sirona Dental Systems GmbH Tri Hawk International Troll Plastics Inc. Westan Dental Products Group Westcoast Dental Supplies Inc. Zoll-Dental

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Exhibitor Products Dental Laboratories

Dental Supplies (continued) Sunstar Canada Supermax Canada Sure Dental Sybron Dental Specialties Synca Direct Treasure Tower World Troll Plastics Inc. Waterpik Canada Westan Dental Products Group Westcoast Dental Supplies Inc.

Diamonds, Burs, and Polishing

Acmedent Corporation Alpha Scientific Repair Service Ltd. Aurum Ceramic Dental Laboratories AXIS Dental Blue & Green Inc. Brasseler USA Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services Inc. Coltene/Whaledent, Inc. Dental Film Club DentalEZ Dentalree.com Henry Schein MacKinnon Dental Sales Palisades Dental Patterson Dental Premier Dental (Canada) Shofu Dental Corporation SS White Tri Hawk International Vident Westan Dental Products Group Westcoast Dental Supplies Inc.

Dental Supplies

Acmedent Corporation Alpha Scientific Repair Service Ltd. Ansell Canada Inc. Aurum Ceramic Dental Laboratories Beutlich LP Pharmaceuticals Beyes Canada BioHorizons Canada Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services Inc. Colgate Dental Film Club Dentsply Canada Limited DiaDent Group International Directa AB First Edition First Aid Training Inc. Germiphene Corporation Hansamed Limited Henry Schein Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. J. Morita USA, Inc. Larr Sales Inc. MacKinnon Dental Sales maxill inc. Medicom Inc. Microbrush International NovaLab Ocean Pacific Med Tec Ltd. Oravital Inc. Panadent Patterson Dental Precision Dental Handpiece & Supplies Inc. Premier Dental (Canada) Pulpdent Corporation Roger Beaulieu Ross Chempharma Inc. Sable Industries Inc. SciCan Ltd. Sharwan Canada Inc. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Sulcabrush Inc. FOLLOW US ON

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Exhibitor Products

3M ESPE Dental Products Allstar Dental Laboratories Aurum Ceramic Dental Laboratories Den-Mat Holdings Fine Arts Dental Laboratories Ltd. Henry Schein KaVo Dental MacKinnon Dental Sales MicroDental Vancouver NuSmile Pediatric Crowns Ocean Ceramics Ltd. Paul Ro Dental Lab. Pelton & Crane Premium Dental Laboratories Ltd. Protec Dental Laboratories Ltd. Renaissance Cosmetic Arts Dental Lab. Roger Beaulieu Sirona Dental Systems GmbH Smile Restoration Dental Lab UniNature Dental Enterprise (BC) Inc. Unity Dental Lab Westan Dental Products Group

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Endodontic Supplies

Acmedent Corporation ACTEON North America AXIS Dental Bisco Dental Products Canada Inc. Brasseler USA Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services Inc. Coltene/Whaledent, Inc. Dental USA DiaDent Group International Directa AB Endo/Tech Hansamed Limited Henry Schein Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. J. Morita USA, Inc. KaVo Dental Patterson Dental Precision Dental Handpiece & Supplies Inc. Premier Dental (Canada) Pulpdent Corporation Roger Beaulieu Sybron Dental Specialties Troll Plastics Inc. Westan Dental Products Group Westcoast Dental Supplies Inc. TM

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Exhibitor Products

Exhibitor Products

Financial Services

Alitis Investment Counsel American Express BMO Bank of Montreal CDSPI CIBC CVC Market Point Inc. Desante Financial Services, Inc. Element Financial Freedom 55 Financial Health Smart Financial Services Henry Schein iFinance Dental Lohn Caulder LLP National Leasing Healthcare Financing Patterson Dental Provision Accounting Group Purtzki & Associates RBC Dominion Securities RBC Royal Bank Scotiabank Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Street Smart Investing Ltd. TD Canada Trust TPC Financial Group Ltd.

Implantology and Restorative Attachments

Astra Tech BioHorizons Canada Biomet 3i Inc. Blue & Green Inc. Canada Diagnostic Centres Citagenix Inc. EDI Implant BC Hansamed Limited Hiossen Implant Canada Inc. Intra-lock Distribution J. Morita USA, Inc. MIS Implants Nobel Biocare Canada Inc. OCO Biomedical, Inc. Precision Dental Handpiece & Supplies Inc. Southern Implants Straumann Canada Limited Sybron Dental Specialties Thommen Medical Canada Inc. UniNature Dental Enterprise (BC) Inc. Zimmer Dental

Infection Control Products 3M ESPE Dental Products Alpha Scientific Repair Service Ltd. American Eagle Instruments, Inc. Ansell Canada Inc. Colgate Crystal Tip Designs for Vision, Inc. GC America Inc. Hansamed Limited Hedy Canada Henry Schein Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. J. Morita USA, Inc. Kerr TotalCare

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Infection Control Products (continued)

MacKinnon Dental Sales maxill inc. Medicom Inc. Micrylium Laboratories MY Clinic Solutions Ocean Pacific Med Tec Ltd. Pascal International Patterson Dental Periowave Dental Technologies SciCan Ltd. Septodont of Canada Sultan Chemists, Inc. Supermax Canada Westcoast Dental Supplies Inc.

Office Design

Alpha Scientific Repair Service Ltd. David Mitchell General Contractor Henry Schein Patterson Dental Pelton & Crane Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Tim Stensrud Design

Office Supplies

Henry Schein Lady Mae Uniforms Ltd. OHM Medical Training Services Inc. Patterson Dental PPB Enterprises Precision Dental Handpiece & Supplies Inc. Professional Sales Associates, Inc. Solutionreach

Other

Academy of Emergency Training Align Tech Bella Luche Lasers of Canada Biolase Technology, Inc. Connect the Doc Marketing Inc. D-Sharp Dental Designs for Vision, Inc. DEXIS Digital X-ray Digital Doc, LLC DOCS Education Doral Refining Corp. DPAP Counselling Dr. Knows Waiting Room TV Ethics International First Edition First Aid Training Inc. Gendex Dental Systems Hornbrook Clinical Excellence through Education JCO Products Ltd. LED Dental Inc. Lindquist Marketing Liquid Smile Love My Choice Trading Ltd. MediQuest Technologies Inc. Miele Limited Miles Of Smiles Mobile Dental Hygiene Services Inc. Millennium Dental Technologies

Other (continued)

National Massage Chairs Nitesco Media Oravital Inc. Orthodontic Supply of Canada Inc. Pacific Blue Cross Panadent PrimeSpeak ProColor Prints Ltd. Professional Practice Sales Ltd. ProSites, Inc. RGP Dental, Inc. Rogers Outrank Sanyo Schick Technologies Sheervision Inc. Street Smart Investing Ltd. TeleVox Software, Inc. Treasure Tower World UBC Sauder School of Business Executive Education Ultimate Creations, Inc. Ultralight Optics Unity Dental Lab VisiCom Paging Systems Willamette Dental Group Zila, a TOLMAR Company

Pharmaceuticals and Therapeutics

Colgate Ethics International GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare Johnson & Johnson Inc. Oral Science Pfizer Quantum Inc. Ross Chempharma Inc. Septodont of Canada Sultan Chemists, Inc. Zila, a TOLMAR Company

Precious Metal Purchaser Argen Canada Can-Am Gold Doral Refining Corp. Rand Refining Ltd. Vancouver Gold Buyer Westcoast Dental Supplies Inc.

Preventive Dental Products 3M ESPE Dental Products Beutlich LP Pharmaceuticals Centrix, Inc. Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services Inc. Colgate Crest Oral-B Directa AB DMG America GC America Inc. Hansamed Limited Henry Schein Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc. Liatex Enterprises Ltd.

Preventive Dental Products (continued)

MacKinnon Dental Sales maxill inc. Medicom Inc. National Dental Inc. Oral Science Oravital Inc. Pascal International Patterson Dental Periowave Dental Technologies Philips Sonicare Canada Premier Dental (Canada) Pulpdent Corporation Ross Chempharma Inc. SDI (North America) Inc. Septodont of Canada Sunstar Canada Troll Plastics Inc. VOCO Canada, Inc. Waterpik Canada Westcoast Dental Supplies Inc. Young Dental Zila, a TOLMAR Company

Publishers

Dental Tribune America, LLC Login Canada TPC Financial Group Ltd.

Radiography Supplies and Services

ACTEON North America Belmont/Takara Company Canada Ltd. Canada Diagnostic Centres Carestream Dental Dental Film Club Gendex Dental Systems Hansamed Limited Henry Schein Instrumentarium Dental Inc. National Dosimetry Services Orbit Imaging Patterson Dental Planmeca USA, Inc. Professional Sales Associates, Inc. RF America Sirona Dental Systems GmbH Synca Direct Troll Plastics Inc. Westcoast Dental Supplies Inc. Wilson Radiographic Centre Ltd.

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Exhibitor Products Restorative Materials

Restorative Materials (continued)

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Synca Direct Tokuyama America Inc. Vident VOCO Canada, Inc. Waterpik Canada Westcoast Dental Supplies Inc.

Uniforms

GLO APPAREL Lady Mae Uniforms Ltd. Love My Choice Trading Ltd. Luniforme Mimountino Designs Ltd. nu apparel Patterson Dental Pro One Uniforms Westcoast Dental Supplies Inc.

Telescopes, Microscopes and Lights 3M ESPE Dental Products Carl Zeiss Canada Ltd. Designs for Vision, Inc. HEINE Henry Schein High Q Dental LED Dental Inc. MS Meditech Solutions Inc. Patterson Dental PeriOptix, Inc. Precision Dental Handpiece & Supplies Inc. Q-Optics RF America Rose Micro Solutions Sheervision Inc. Sybron Dental Specialties Synca Direct Westcoast Dental Supplies Inc.

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3M ESPE Dental Products Acmedent Corporation Astra Tech AXIS Dental BioHorizons Canada Bisco Dental Products Canada Inc. Blue & Green Inc. Centrix, Inc. Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services Inc. Coltene/Whaledent, Inc. Den-Mat Holdings Directa AB DMG America Garrison Dental Solutions GC America Inc. Hansamed Limited Henry Schein Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc. J. Morita USA, Inc. KaVo Dental Patterson Dental Premier Dental (Canada) Pulpdent Corporation SDI (North America) Inc. Septodont of Canada Shofu Dental Corporation Sultan Chemists, Inc. Sure Dental Sybron Dental Specialties

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