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Pacific Dental Conference March 7-9, 2019

Vancouver Convention Centre – West and East Buildings

Conference Program Register at... www.pdconf.com

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Conference Welcome

Bruce Ward Director, PDC

2019

James Singer President, BCDA

Megan Hasselbach Co-President, CDABC

Conference Welcome

Welcome to the 2019 Pacific Dental Conference We are proud to have 150 speakers presenting a varied and unique range of topics, and we are happy to provide you with the widest selection of quality continuing education programming in Canada. This year we have speakers joining us from across North America. The 2019 PDC presenters are looking forward to sharing their knowledge with you and your entire team. The ever-expanding PDC Exhibit Hall is a thriving centre of activity over the first two days of the conference with 266 exhibitors occupying 660 booths. The Exhibit Hall provides you with an ideal opportunity to learn about the latest products, technologies and services in dentistry and to take advantage of some of the excellent show specials offered. Touch base with your favourite suppliers and create valuable relationships with new ones. Our Product Stage will be in full swing again this year – stop by and see 30 minute demonstrations showcasing new or unique products and technologies on the market. The popular Live Dentistry Stage “10th Season” is back with an excellent selection of live demonstrations planned over the two days. Be sure to also visit the wonderful organizations that support dental professionals located in the booths on Level 1. The popular “So You Think You Can Speak?” series is back for its 10th Edition! We have 21 sessions lined up for this Saturday program. Please come by to show your support and learn from these new speakers who are presenting a number of interesting topics throughout the day. We are excited to present the third PDC Lab Expo for all attendees on Saturday, March 9th. Everyone is welcome to attend the sessions and exhibits! Lunch will be served to all attendees of the PDC and the PDC Lab Expo on Saturday between 11:30am – 12:30pm in Ballroom A/B. Care to do some wine tasting? ‘De la Vigne’ – French Wines Explored, co-sponsored by Carestream Dental is our Thursday night wine tasting event, on March 7. This is a perfect opportunity to catch up with friends and colleagues while unwinding after our busy opening day! We are excited to present our ‘PDC After Hours’ dance party, co-sponsored by KaVo Kerr on Friday evening, March 8 from 8pm to midnight at the Commodore Ballroom on Granville Street. Be sure to invite your friends (they don’t need to be a PDC attendee) and join us for a drink and snack before you hit the dance floor. Stay up to date and informed by downloading the 2019 PDC App and connect with us on one or more of our social media platforms: Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat @pdconf #2019PDC We thank you for joining us – we promise you an incredible three days – learn, socialize, enjoy!

2019 Organizing Group Bruce Ward, DDS Director Nazeem Kanani, DDS Ray Fong, DDS Tony Bae, DMD, BASc. Exhibit Coordinators K. Tony Gill, DMD David Lim, DMD Peter Kearney, DDS Mark Spurr, DDS Scientific Program Coordinators Penny Hatzimanolakis, RDH, BDSc, MSc BC Dental Hygienists’ Association Trista Felty, DMD, BSc., MSc Associate Member

Pacific Dental Conference Staff Shannon Brown Robyn Campbell Ken Chan Dave Hawthorne Zoie Jansen Nicole McLearn

Kristine Mulligan Co-President, CDABC

The PDC App brings the conference to your fingertips!

Tammy Gulevich Chair, BCDHA

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Contents

Contents

Welcome from Pacific Dental Conference.......................................................................................... 3 Contents............................................................................................................................................. 5 General Information............................................................................................................................ 6 Registration/Hotels/Parking................................................................................................................ 7 Continuing Education Information – Reporting your CE................................................................ 8 - 9 Meeting Room Capacity Protocol .................................................................................................... 10 Navigating the West and East Convention Centres .........................................................................11 The PDC Mobile App........................................................................................................................ 12 Lunches / Exhibit Hall Features ....................................................................................................... 13 Live Dentistry Stage 10th Season ....................................................................................... 14, 48, 66 Product Stage ...................................................................................................................... 15, 49, 67 Recommended Sessions for New Dentists ..................................................................................... 16 Alumni Meetings .............................................................................................................................. 17 Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry Annual Meeting.....................................................................17 Social Events.................................................................................................................................... 18 Alphabetical Index of Speakers................................................................................................. 20 - 24 Topic Index of Sessions and Speakers...................................................................................... 25 - 35 Hands-On Courses (Limited Attendance) ....................................................................................... 37 - 46 Invisalign Courses (Limited Attendance)................................................................................................. 46 Thursday Open Sessions.......................................................................................................... 48 - 63 Friday Open Sessions............................................................................................................... 66 - 82 Robert Hicks Memorial Lecture........................................................................................................ 68 Dental Specialists Society of BC Series .................................................................................... 73, 79 Saturday Open Sessions........................................................................................................... 84 - 91 So You Think You Can Speak? 10th Edition.............................................................................. 93 - 97 PDC Lab Expo ........................................................................................................................ 98 - 101 Dental Technicians Association of BC – Sessions................................................................. 102 - 104 Exhibit Hall Floor Plan........................................................................................................... 106 - 107 Registration Level L1 Exhibits Floor Plan....................................................................................... 108 Exhibitor Listings................................................................................................................... 109 - 113 Exhibitor Products..................................................................................................................114 - 118

Sessions take place at the following venues:

Vancouver Convention Centre – West and East Buildings, and Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel The Pacific Dental Conference wishes to thank CDSPI for their sponsorship of the attendee bags and Patterson Dental for their sponsorship of the attendee lanyards

Visit us at booth 819

Visit us at booth 419

Bag Pick-Up and Lanyards in the West Building will be from 2:00pm on Wed., March 6th until 1:30pm Sat., March 9th. Bag Pick-Up and Lanyards in the East Building will be from 7:30am on Thurs., March 7th until 1:30pm on Fri., March 8th. (see location maps page 11)

Complete Pacific Dental Conference information available at www.pdconf.com

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General Information Conference Venues

This year, our conference venues include the Vancouver Convention Centre - West Building, East Building, and the Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel. Refer to the map on page 11 or your “Conference at a Glance” insert for venue locations.

Registration Area

General Information

The registration area is located in the lobby area of Level 1 of the Vancouver Convention Centre - West Building. 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 - West Building, and in the East Building main lobby.

Lunch

A complimentary lunch is served at the Vancouver Convention Centre in the Exhibit Hall between 11:00am - 12:30pm on Thursday and Friday; and in the PDC Lab Expo West Ballroom A/B on Saturday 11:30am - 12:30pm. Please follow the direction of the convention centre staff and lunch area signage. Exhibits Only registration category does not include the complimentary lunches.

Exhibit Hall Reception

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. Exhibits Only registration category does not include 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 require additional registration and fees apply. Registration in these courses is limited and may be reserved through your Pacific Dental Conference online account.

Adding Courses or Special Events

Hands-On courses or special events may be added, subject to availability, until midnight Wednesday, February 28, 2019 online (www.pdconf.com) and at the registration desk 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 an 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.

Scanning

All attendees entering an open lecture or hands-on course at the PDC will be scanned upon entering room. The Organizing Group of the PDC would like to collect the number of attendees participating in each session as it helps in determining room allocations and session topics for future conferences. If you have a ‘Green Dot’ on your badge, you will need to be scanned as you exit the room. For those attendees that require session scans for CE reports, please ensure that you are scanned in and scanned out of each session.

Room Capacity

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 electronic devices prior to entering any of the sessions.

Attire

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 and infants are not permitted in any of the conference session rooms. Only children twelve years and over are allowed in the Exhibit Hall and must have a paid ‘Exhibits Only’ badge. Disruptive behaviour will result in the revocation of attendance privileges. 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.

Consent to the Use of Photographic Images

Registrations and attendance at, or participation as the Pacific Dental Conference (PDC) constitutes an agreement by the registrant to PDC’s use and distribution (both now and in the future) of the registrant or attendee’s image or voice in photographs, videotapes, electronic reproductions and audiotapes.

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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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If you want to ensure a seat in a session – arrive early to avoid disappointment


Registration, Hotels, Parking Conference Name Badge

Registration Information

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.

Reprinted Name Badges

If you note any spelling errors on the name badge when you receive your 2019 badge, contact the Pacific Dental Conference. Badges returned to the office before February 28, 2019 will be reprinted at no charge. After February 28, 2019, badges with spelling errors will be reprinted on-site for a $15 charge. The incorrect badge must be exchanged for a new badge. 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 1, 2019, are subject to a $25 administration fee plus GST. After February 1, 2019, no refunds will be granted.

Attendee Substitution

If someone from your office is unable to attend, you are able to replace one attendee for another. In order to do this the PDC office will require the substitution in writing and the original badge prior to February 22, 2019 and will be subject to a $25 admin fee. Name changes are not permitted on-site.

2:00pm-6:00pm

Wednesday, March 6, 2019 On-site Registration Bag Pick-up begins (West Building)

7:00am-7:00pm 2:00pm-5:00pm

Thursday, March 7, 2019 On-site Registration & Bag Pick-up Scientific Program Exhibit Hall

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

Friday, March 8, 2019 On-site Registration & Bag Pick-up Scientific Program Exhibit Hall

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

Saturday, March 9, 2019 On-site Registration & Bag Pick-up Scientific Program Invisalign Fundamentals Invisalign Clinical Learn PDC Lab Expo On-site Registration (West Bldg) PDC Lab Expo (West Bldg)

7:30am-4:00pm 8:30am-4:00pm 8:00am-12:00pm 1:00pm-5:00pm 7:30am-4:00pm 8:00am-3:00pm

Registration / Hotels / Parking

*Lunch and beverages are not included for Exhibits Only registration category.

Tuesday, March 5, 2019 On-site Registration

Conference Hotels 1

Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel

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Pan Pacific Vancouver Hotel

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Fairmont Waterfront Hotel

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Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver

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Vancouver Marriott Pinnacle Downtown Hotel

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Pinnacle Hotel Vancouver Harbourfront

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Coast Coal Harbour Hotel

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Metropolitan Hotel Vancouver

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1038 Canada Place

Toll-free: 1-877-900-5350

300-999 Canada Place Toll-free: 1-800-663-1515 (Canada) Toll-free: 1-800-937-1515 (USA) 900 Canada Place

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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.

Complete Pacific Dental Conference information available at www.pdconf.com

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Continuing Education / Reporting Your CE Continuing Education - Reporting Your CE

All attendees will be scanned IN to each session. Only attendees requiring a scan for CE reporting will be scanned OUT.

Reporting Your CE in British Columbia

It is your responsibility to submit your CE to your regulator. PDC does not submit CE credits on your behalf. For B.C. Dentists, Dental Therapists and Certified Dental Assistants (CDAs), continuing education (CE) credits may be accumulated in two ways:

1. One credit for each hour attending eligible courses (e.g. 2.5 hour course = 2.5 CE credits) AND/OR 2. One credit for each hour spent visiting the exhibits (maximum of 5 hours)

Dentists, Dental Therapists and CDAs: Submit your PDC CE credits online by visiting www.cdsbc.org and logging in with your registration/certification number and password. You can also print and complete an individual CE credit submission form (available at www.cdsbc.org/ce-submission) and email it to CE@cdsbc.org. CDSBC reminds registrants to be aware of the maximum limits allowed for certain subjects. Please see the College’s Continuing Education Requirements document for complete information. 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 CDSBC, to be eligible for CE credit by the following symbols: Legend for Continuing Education Credits for CDSBC CL Clinical Dental PM Dental Practice Management NC Non-Clinical Dental

DME

Dental/Medical Emergencies

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Not Eligible

BC Dental Hygienists may claim up to 2 credits for visiting booths/displays at the 2018 Pacific Dental Conference, and in addition may claim hour-for-hour credit for individually attended courses. More information can be found on the College of Dental Hygienists of BC website: www.cdhbc.com Each session with dental hygiene-related content has been coded for BC dental hygienists to assist them in choosing courses that will meet their QAP learning goals. Please refer to the list of QAP content categories below to assist you in determining which content categories are represented by the letter-number codes next to each course (e.g. D.3). A content category may contain more than one element (e.g. D.3: Instrumentation, ergonomics and DH therapy) so you are responsible for selecting which elements are reflected in the course you attend. It is important to note that these coding suggestions were based on the limited information provided within the course outlines and are suggestions only. CDHBC registrants are responsible for determining which content codes and their respective elements are represented in the courses they attend. Courses marked ‘N/A’ indicate that a specific QAP content category has not been assigned for this course and CDHBC registrants must use their professional discretion in determining whether the course is eligible for CE credit. Legend for QAP Content Category Codes for CDHBC A Biological Sciences 1. General and oral microbiology/ infection control 2. Biochemistry/ nutrition/ diet counseling B

Social Sciences 1. Psychology/ sociology 2. Communication principles/ behaviour management strategies

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Dental Hygiene Clinical Practice 1. Health assessment/ pharmacology 2. Periodontology (including assessment, diagnosis) 3. Non-surgical dental hygiene therapy, including instrumentation (hand and powered) and ergonomics 4. Care of special needs population 5. Pain management and control 6. Primary prevention strategies, including oral self-care 7. Emergency prevention and interventions

E Community

1. Public health practice, including programming and client advocacy 2. Health promotion and wellness strategies 3. Research/ epidemiology/ statistics

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Professional Issues 1. Ethics and jurisprudence ( including legislation, regulation, documentation) 2. Collaborative relationships/ referrals/ administration/ practice management

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Content category has not been assigned for this course

Legend for Continuing Education Credits for CDHBC (see page 8 for detailed QAP Content Category Codes) A Biological Sciences B Social Sciences C Dental Sciences D Clinical Practice E Community

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Continuing Education / Reporting Your CE Continuing Education - Reporting Your CE

All attendees will be scanned IN to each session. Only attendees requiring a scan for CE reporting will be scanned OUT.

Reporting Your CE in British Columbia (continued)

It is your responsibility to submit your CE to your regulator. PDC does not submit CE credits on your behalf. Attendees Who Require Record of Attendance

Registrants should consult with their regulatory authorities for CE credit requirements prior to attending the conference. 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. For those attendees who scan, individual CE attendance reports can be downloaded from the PDC website after the conference. BC Dentists also licenced in Alberta must indicate this in their account and ensure that they scan in and out of every session to receive Alberta Dental Association and College CE credits. BC Dental Technicians please refer to the College of Dental Technicians of British Columbia website for details: www.cdt.bc.ca BC Denturists please refer to the College of Denturists of British Columbia website for details: www.cd.bc.ca If your licensing board requires you to provide a CE report, please be sure that you are scanned in and out of every session. Do you need to provide a report of your attendance? Make sure you are scanned in and out of every session!

Reporting Your CE in Alberta and Saskatchewan Attendees Who Require Record of Attendance

Attendees with Green dots on their badge will need to be scanned out. For those attendees that require session scans for CE reports, please ensure that you are scanned in and scanned out of each session. Registrants should consult with their regulatory authorities for CE credit requirements prior to attending the conference. 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. For those attendees who scan, individual CE attendance reports can be downloaded from the PDC website after the conference. Reports of attendance will be forwarded to the Alberta Dental Association and College. Some courses may not be eligible for credit. Alberta Registered Dental Hygienists must submit their conference attendance report 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. Reports of attendance will be forwarded to the College of Dental Surgeons of Saskatchewan. Some courses may not be eligible for credit. Do you need to provide a report of your attendance? Make sure you are scanned in and out of every session!

Be sure to complete your Session Survey after each presentation. You will be entered to WIN an iPad.

Your opinion matters! Session Surveys can be completed on the PDC App or on our website. (One entry per session survey completed)

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Meeting Room Capacity Protocol Meeting Room Capacity Protocol

We would like you to have the best experience possible at the PDC and want to ensure that everyone finds a comfortable spot in the session rooms with easy access and egress. The basis for how many people can be accommodated in a meeting room is governed by the Fire Department. Our hard working Room Monitors are in place to ensure that the rules are followed so please respect their instructions. This is what the Fire Department says: Each room has a set capacity for the total number of people allowed in each room – seated or standing. All of the floor plans for the PDC sessions are pre-approved by the Fire Marshall so no chairs can be added to the room above the pre-set number.

What happens when all the seats are filled? Dos: You can stand or sit against the perimeter walls – one person deep. Once the seats are filled the Room Monitor can allow extra people into the room to stand or sit along the perimeter walls. You have to be able to lean against the wall and there should be no one in front of you. Don’ts: No standing or sitting in aisles No standing or sitting in front of any doors – these are fire exits! Holding Seats for Your Friends? Has your friend gone to grab a coffee or is he/she running late? You can hold a seat for them but to be fair to all of the attendees who show up early to secure a seat - the seat you are holding for your friend will be released ten minutes prior to the session. The Hosts of the sessions will make an announcement 10 minutes before the presentation starts that all held seats are now open for the attendees waiting outside. There will be no exceptions here and the Room Monitors will allow people waiting outside to fill all remaining seats that are vacant. We hope that your PDC experience is a comfortable and safe one – thank you! The PDC App brings the conference to your fingertips!

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Venue Room Locations

Vancouver Convention Centre West Building East Building

Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel

Level 3 Level 2 Level 1 Exhibit Hall

Across from West Convention Centre 1038 Canada Place

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Navigating the West and East Convention Centres

Navigating the Convention Centres

Lobby

‘Organize Yourself Ahead of Time’ Bag Pick-Up in the West Building will be from 2:00pm on Wed., March 6th until 1:30pm Sat., March 9th. Bag Pick-Up in the East Building will be from 7:30am on Thurs., March 7th until 1:30pm on Fri., March 8th.

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Lunches, Exhibit Hall Features Lunches

Thursday, March 7, 8:30am–5:30pm Friday, March 8, 8:30am–5:30pm

Exhibit Hall Features

Official conference of the:

Saturday, March 9, 8:00am–3:00pm West Ballroom A/B

Photo credits: Brian Dennehy

Professional Portraits

Exhibit Hall reception 4:00pm to 5:15pm both days 645 exhibit booths Over 265 exhibiting companies Live Dentistry Stage Product Stage Six Charging Stations Oxygen Bar, Professional Portraits, Arcade

Arcade Games

Located at Lounge 2 (Aisle 100). Come and try your hand at these retro arcade games.

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Located next to the Exhibitor Lounge (Aisle 1800).

Oxygen Bar

Get your “2nd Wind” at the Oxygen Bar! Located near Lounge 3 (Aisle 1000).

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Lunches / Exhibit Hall Features

Exhibit Hall Hours

Program Design/Production by: Dave Hawthorne

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 600 exhibit booths! Lunch is also available in the PDC Lab Expo West Ballroom A/B on Saturday 11:30am - 12:00pm. Lunch is included for all registered attendees except the Exhibits Only registration category.


Live Dentistry Stage

10th Season Live Dentistry Stage

Demonstrations take place on the west side of the Exhibit Hall

Live Dentistry Stage presentations may be eligible for CE credits. Please have your badge scanned by a monitor near the stage.

Thursday, March 7 9:00am–10:30am

EMG Guided Botulinum Toxin Therapy for TMD Warren Roberts, DMD Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Treatment Planning CE Approval CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

11:15am–1:15pm

“SOCKET SHIELD: New approach to Esthetic Implant Therapy” Mark Kwon, DMD, FICOI Bernard Jin, DMD, BEd, BSc Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approval CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

9:00am–10:30am

Building Teeth Using Composite, Bulk Fill and Fibers Peter Walford, DDS, FCARDP Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics CE Approval CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

11:15am–1:15pm

Live Demonstration: Palatal Tissue vs. Dermal Graft Substitutes for Root Coverage Sonia Leziy, DDS, Dipl Perio,

FCDS(BC), FRCD(C)

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants, Periodontics CE Approval CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

2:00pm–4:00pm

2:00pm–4:00pm

Michael Layton, DDS David Dana, DDS

Ho-Young Chung, DDS Dmitriy Ivanov, DDS

Technological Advancements in Orthodontics and Indirect Bonding Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Digital Dentistry, Orthodontics CE Approval CDSBC CL

Sponsored by

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Friday, March 8

CDHBC N/A

Surgical Options for Peri-Implantitis and Other Implant Complications Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants, Oral Surgery CE Approval CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

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

The PDC App brings the conference to your fingertips!

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PRODUCT STAGE Thursday, March 7

Presentations take place in Lounge 3 on the east side of the Exhibit Hall

11:15am

Who is the Perfect Whitening Patient? Philips Sonicare

12:00pm

Maximize Your Practice’s Potential

Product Stage

Henry Schein

12:45pm

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Biofilm Busters! Philips Sonicare

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10 Tips To Promote Online Growth For Your Dental Practice

uwwweb Inc. Full details on presentation content on page 67

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Rescue yourself from the dreaded “Low Battery” signal. 1719 1818

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2019 Pacific Dental Conference Floor Plan Deluxe-Corner Booth

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Recommended Sessions for New Dentists Recommended Sessions for New Dentists

Option 1

Option 2 Thursday

Thursday Geriatric Dentistry: The Fastest Growing Demographic in Dentistry

The Christensen Bottom Line 2019 8:30am–4:00pm

8:30am–11:00am

See page 50 for synopsis

Co-sponsored by Catapult Education

See page 50 for synopsis

Lou Graham

Endodontics 101: A Complete Walkthrough for General Dentists 1:30pm–4:00pm

Mahmoud Ektefaie

Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona Endodontics

See page 61 for synopsis

Gordon J. Christensen

The Challenges in Restorative Dentistry 1:30pm–4:00pm

Co-sponsored by Catapult Education

See page 59 for synopsis

Friday

Friday

Back in Black: Expand Your Knowledge of Silver Diamine Flouride

Does Endodontics Have To Be So Complicated? How Can I Achieve a Predictable Outcome?

8:30am–4:00pm

8:30am–11:00am

Co-sponsored by Oral Science

See page 70 for synopsis

Frozen: Not the Movie 1:30pm–4:00pm

See page 80 for synopsis

Rodrigo Sanches Cunha

Practical Update in Pediatric Dentistry 1:30pm–4:00pm

See page 80 for synopsis

Brian Chanpong

The Missing Dimension: The Art of Patient Communication

Oral Surgery for the General Dentist 9:00am–11:30am

11:00am–12:00pm

See page 85 for synopsis Tobin Bellamy

See page 95 for synopsis Angela Mulrooney

Come In and Catch It: The Review That Sticks

The Basic Rules of Effective Dental Material Usage

See page 91 for synopsis

Co-sponsored by Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc.

12:30pm–3:00pm

12:30pm–2:00pm

See pages 91, 103 for synopsis

John Svirsky

Recommended by Dr. Trista Felty - PDC Organizing Group Member

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Michael Ignelzi

Saturday

Saturday

Networking Event

See page 75 for synopsis

Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona Endodontics

Jeannette MacLean

F RST F VE

Lou Graham

Mike Racich

Recommended by Dr. Tony Bae - PDC Organizing Group Member

First Five Reception – New Member Dentists Reception Friday, March 8, 5:30pm–7:00pm VCC - West Building Level 2 Ocean Foyer (by invitation only)

Co-hosted by:

Sponsored by:


Alumni Meetings CDSBC Volunteer Recognition Evening Thursday, March 7, 6:00pm–7:30pm Fairmont Waterfront Hotel, Mackenzie Room

Alumni Meetings

University of Saskatchewan College of Dentistry Alumni Reception Thursday, March 7, 5:30pm–7:00pm Fairmont Waterfront Hotel, Princess Louisa Suite

International College of Dentists, BC Division Annual BC ICD Fellows Breakfast Friday, March 8, 7:15am Terminal City Club, President’s Room Tickets $45

University of Toronto Faculty of Dentistry Alumni Cocktail Reception Thursday, March 7, 5:30pm–7:00pm Pan Pacific Hotel, Cypress Suite

UBC Dentistry Annual Alumni Reception at PDC Friday, March 8, 5:30pm–7:30pm Vancouver Convention Centre - West Building Ballroom Foyer Level 1

University of Manitoba Dentistry Alumni Reception

University of Alberta Dental and Dental Hygiene Alumni Reception Friday, March 8, 6:00pm - 8:00pm Pan Pacific Hotel, Cypress Suite

for the Dr. Gerald Niznick College of Dentistry & School of Dental Hygiene

Thursday, March 7, 6:00pm–8:00pm Pan Pacific Hotel, Oceanview Suite 1-3

Alumni Meetings

Dalhousie University Faculty of Dentistry Alumni Reception Thursday, March 7, 5:30pm–7:00pm Vancouver Convention Centre - East Building, Room 20

McGill University Dental Alumni Cocktail Reception Thursday, March 7, 6:00pm–8:00pm Rogue Kitchen & Wetbar in Gastown (The East Side Lounge)

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Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry Annual Meeting March 7-9, 2019 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 2019 program that will be held in Vancouver in conjunction with the Pacific Dental Conference from March 7-9, 2019.

CAED sponsored speakers include: Canadian Academy for Esthethic Dentistry

Académie Canadienne de Dentisterie Esthétique

Fay Goldstep What in the World is Bioactivity and How Can I Use it? See page 61 for synopsis

Tom Dudney What’s a Dentist to Do: Diagnosis, Treatment Options, and Rehabilitation

George Freedman Realistic Esthetic Materials Guide See page 59 for synopsis

See page 54 for synopsis

Gary Kadi What Top Dental Entreprenuers Are Doing Differently Now See page 52 for synopsis

Gary Radz Tips, Tricks, and Techniques for the Aesthetic Based Practice See page 73 for synopsis

No-Prep Veneers – You Can Do This!!!

See page 42 for synopsis


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

Social Events at the PDC

Life is Too Short to Drink Bad Wine

De la

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Friday, March 8, 2019 – Commodore Ballroom

Doors open at 8pm Join us at the Vancouver’s iconic, legendary nightclub the Commodore Ballroom for PDC After Hours with the Famous Players Band! Get yourself a cocktail, a snack and hit that ‘sprung’ dancefloor partying late into the night! Famous Players Band is NOT your average dance band. This is a group of insanely talented musicians who, collectively, change the way people experience live music. They have been widely recognized as Vancouver’s best live band, you’ll see why!

French Wines Explored Thursday, March 7, 2019 6:00pm – 7:30pm

Vancouver Convention Centre - West Ballroom Foyer

Join us for a wine tasting featuring some of the regional gems of France! From the northern region of Loire Valley, through Burgundy, down to Rhone Valley and west to Bordeaux. Experience and enjoy David Lancelot’s selections ‘De la Vigne - French Wines Explored’.

Cost $40.00

Cost $25.00

Co-sponsored by:

a l a G y r a f h t Too The 19th Annual

& BC Dental Association Awards

Saturday, March 9, 2019 6:00pm – 1:00am Vancouver Convention Centre

Networking Event

Join us for the dental celebration of the year. This elegant awards and fundraising evening takes place in the signature ballroom of the Vancouver Convention Centre. The Toothfairy and her guests will enjoy a champagne reception followed by an exceptional four course dinner complemented with a selection of fine french wines. The Gala includes an awards ceremony, which honours the accomplishments of dentists throughout the province, and fundraising initiatives with proceeds benefiting the BC Dental Association’s Save a Smile.

First Five Reception – New Member Dentists Reception Friday, March 8, 5:30pm–7:00pm Vancouver Convention Centre - West Building Level 2 Ocean Foyer by invitation only Sponsored by:

Cost $250.00 (plus GST)

Tickets available on the PDC website

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Co-sponsored by:

Includes: 2 drinks, dinner, live dance band Note: Guests must be 19 years of age or over – Valid ID required

(plus GST)

F RST F VE Co-hosted by:

(plus GST)

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The Exhibits Floor features more than 600 booths representing 330+ exhibiting companies. Exhibiting companies will demonstrate and showcase the latest innovations, products and services in the dental industry.

Early-bird pricing ends soon! Register by March 18, 2019 and the registration package will be mailed to you!

May 9-11, 2019 | Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building Featured Keynote Speakers Mary Walsh

Timothy Caulfield

Acclaimed Comedian

Professor of Health Law and Science Policy

Some outstanding speakers to look forward to in 2019: Paolo Malo

George Merijohn

Restorative

Periodontics

State-of-the-Art Rehabilitation for Total Edentulism: The All-on-Four® Treatment Concept

Management and Prevention of Gingival Recession

Marvin Berman

Steven Olmos

Pediatrics

TMD

Dental Trauma in Young Children… If It’s Broken Fix It!

Open Bite and Jaw Dislocation with Oral Appliance Therapy — Why?

NEW FOR 2019! ALL COURSES ARE TICKETED. Category 1 (Core) courses and hands-on workshops have an additional fee. Category 2 and 3 lectures are included in your general registration fee. For the most up-to-date information and to register online, visit asm.oda.ca. The Preliminary Guide is available online. The early-bird special expires on March 18.

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Alphabetical Index of Speakers / Sessions

Alphabetical Index of Speakers / Sessions

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Speaker Name

Session Title

Nancy Abdelhay Academy of Emergency Training Kelvin Ian Afrashtehfar David J. Ahearn Align Technology Alex Alvarado Kevin AminZadeh Mike Anderson BC Dental Association Reem N. Atout Peter Auster

Guided Versus Non-Guided Dental Implant Placements’ Failure Rates and Associated Risk ....... 96 CPR – Health Care Professional .................................................................................................... 43 CPR – Health Care Professional – On-line and Classroom ........................................................... 43 CPR – Health Care Professional Re-certification ........................................................................... 43 What to Know When Retrieving Fractured Implant Abutment Screws ............................................ 94 Cost Effective Office Design ........................................................................................................... 62 Ground Zero; Strengthening Your Practice From The Operatory Out ............................................ 56 Invisalign Clinical Learn for the Dental Hygienists and Dentists ..................................................... 46 Invisalign Fundamentals ................................................................................................................. 46 Making Digitally Designed and Fabricated Dentures a Reality ............................................... 89, 102 Esthetic Anterior Rehabilitation Using Digital Technology .............................................................. 45 The MNP 2019 Tax Update ............................................................................................................ 77 BCDA Session – NEW TITLE TO COME ....................................................................................... 62 Clear on Codes: How to Protect Yourself from Insurance Audits ................................................... 57 Periodontal Urgent and Acute Dental Care, How to Deal with Periodontal Emergencies .............. 93 Groundbreaking NEW Composite Dentistry: Hands-On ................................................................. 41 Prep Guide Workflow to Great Temps and Final Cases Hands-On ................................................ 42

Ben Balevi Tobin Bellamy Lori Bender Cathia Bergeron l Larry Bodony Erin Brandt

Biomedical Ethics...................................................................................................................... 78, 86 Evidence-Based Dentistry: Decision Making in an Era of Patient Centered Care .......................... 62 Oral Surgery for the General Dentist ........................................................................................ 78, 85 Workplace Conflict: You Can’t Afford NOT To Deal With It ............................................................. 95 Anterior and Posterior Direct Composite Restorations – Hands-On ............................................... 37 Open Architecture and the Future of CAD/CAM Dentistry ...................................................... 91, 103 Top Employment Law and HR Issues for Dental Practices ............................................................ 81

Richard Carlile Calvin Carpenter l Natalie Carrier-Denis Certified Dental Assistants of BC CDSPI Presents Bobby Chagger Brian Chanpong l Shouresh Charkhandeh Gordon J. Christensen Ted Cheng David Chong Ho-Young Chung Marty Clement College of Dental Hygienists of BC College of Dental Surgeons of BC Rodrigo Sanches Cunha

To Extract or Refer? Utilizing Radiographs to Help Assess Extraction Difficulty ............................ 88 Dental Practice Transition Options ................................................................................................. 82 The 10 Most Common Financial Mistakes Made by Dental Professionals ..................................... 89 Invisalign Clinical Learn for the Dental Hygienists and Dentists ..................................................... 46 CDABC Forum – Management of Traumatic Dental Injuries .......................................................... 54 The CDSPI New Dentist Advice Tour .............................................................................................. 57 Digital Impressions – Why We Must Take Our Practice from Analog to Digital .............................. 74 Frozen: Not the Movie .................................................................................................................... 80 Sedation Disasters: When Seconds Count, Help is Just Minutes Away! ........................................ 86 Sleep Revolution & Evolution of Dental Sleep Medicine; Why, How & What? ............................... 56 The Christensen Bottom Line 2019 ................................................................................................ 50 Drugs and Natural Health Products ................................................................................................ 81 Guided Sinus Augmentation and Guided Mini For Narrow Ridge Cases ....................................... 61 Guided Surgery Beyond the Regular Cases .................................................................................. 55 Surgical Options for Peri-Implantitis and Other Implant Complications .......................................... 66 The MNP 2019 Tax Update ............................................................................................................ 77 CDHBC Forum ............................................................................................................................... 54 Safe and Effective Antibiotic and Opioid Prescribing ...................................................................... 76 Does Endodontics Have To Be So Complicated? How Can I Achieve a Predictable Outcome? .... 75 Does Endodontics Have To Be So Complicated? – Hands-On Workshop ..................................... 43

l David Dana

Karen Davis Preety Desai l Boyd Doucette Henry Doyle l Marianne Dryer Tom Dudney l Robyn Duke

Technological Advancements in Orthodontics and Indirect Bonding .............................................. 48 Creating The Ultimate Doctor-Patient Hygiene Exam .................................................................... 60 Sweet Tooth Obsession & Its Impact on Oral & Systemic Health ............................................. 51, 70 Hacking Peri-Implantitis .................................................................................................................. 55 Genios Denture Teeth ............................................................................................................. 90, 103 Dental Practice Transition Options ................................................................................................. 82 Dental Implant Maintenance – Current Considerations and Recommendations for RDH .............. 60 Diagnosis, Treatment Options, and Rehabilitation of Difficult Cases ............................................. 54 The Which, When, and Where of Zirconia! ............................................................................. 91, 104

Heidi Eaves Mahmoud Ektefaie

Top Employment Law and HR Issues for Dental Practices ............................................................ 81 Endodontics 101: A Complete Walkthrough for General Dentists .................................................. 61

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Carlos Figueredo First Nations Health Authority l Devaughn Fraser George Freedman

The Effects of E-Cigarette Vaping in Periodontal Tissues .............................................................. 96 Cultural Safety and Humility: Transforming Oral Healthcare for First Nations in BC ...................... 81 CAD/CAM for Laboratory & inLab Software 18 – Intro ........................................................... 89, 102 CAD/CAM for Laboratory & inLab Software 18 – Advanced .................................................. 91, 104 Realistic Esthetic Materials Guide .................................................................................................. 59

Ellen Gambardella l Marc Geissberger l Chiann Gibson Gary Glassman Fay Goldstep Tim Gould Graham Grabowski Lou Graham Jeff Grandfield Kimberly Guest

The Wow Factor: Tips and Tricks Every Auxiliary Must Know .................................................. 57, 69 Ethical Dilemmas in Aesthetic Dentistry ......................................................................................... 74 Making Sense of the Whitening Craze – Materials and Methods A to Z ......................................... 54 The Oral Cavity Under Acid: Identifying, Understanding and Treating Caries and Erosion ............ 59 Update on Anterior and Posterior Composites ............................................................................... 79 Invisalign Fundamentals ................................................................................................................. 46 Endodontic Predictability: New and Exciting Standards in Endodontic Treatment ......................... 84 What in the World is Bioactivity and How Can I Use it? ................................................................. 62 Clear on Codes: How to Protect Yourself from Insurance Audits ................................................... 57 Marijuana and Dentistry .................................................................................................................. 73 Geriatric Dentistry: The Fastest Growing Demographic in Dentistry ........................................ 50, 69 Technologies and Their Essential Role in Restorative Direct and Indirect Dentistry ...................... 80 The Challenges in Restorative Dentistry ........................................................................................ 59 Negotiating Commercial Leases and Renewals FOR DUMMIES .................................................. 96 Stress, Mental Health and Resilience in the Workplace (Short version) ........................................ 82 Stress, Mental Health and Resilience in the Workplace (Expanded version) ................................. 85

Manor Haas Effrat (Effie) Habsha Bassam Haddad Shadi Hamidiaval Penny Hatzimanolakis Health Canada Henry Schein Maintenance Workshop Henry Schein Software Course Leon Hermanides Shaun Howe l Tija Hunter

Endo for GPs: Better, Faster & Safer (How and with What Tools) .................................................. 68 Prosthodontics in the 21st Century: Techniques, Materials and More ............................................ 68 Be a Part in “The Wind of Change”, Ceramotion One Touch .................................................. 89, 102 Advanced Imaging in Dentistry ....................................................................................................... 97 Mechanical Management of Biofilm; Are We at a Tipping Point? ................................................... 87 TBA ................................................................................................................................................. 81 Dental Equipment Maintenance & Repair: A Hands-On Workshop for the Dental Team .......... 38, 41 Dentrix Software – Treatment Planning and Case Presentation .................................................... 40 Power Practice Software PX201 Advanced Features .................................................................... 37 Power Practice Software PX301 Maximizing Chart ........................................................................ 44 Profitability – Technology, Materials and the Contemporary Dental Laboratory ..................... 91, 104 The 10 Most Common Financial Mistakes Made by Dental Professionals ..................................... 89 Dental Assisting 101 Back to Basics ........................................................................................ 70, 85 Pet Peeves in the Dental Office ................................................................................................ 77, 90

l Michael Ignelzi

How to Prevent Caries in Primary and Young Permanent Teeth .................................................... 75 Practical Update in Pediatric Dentistry ........................................................................................... 80 Surgical Options for Peri-Implantitis and Other Implant Complications .......................................... 66

l Nekky Jamal

R. James Jensen Bernard Jin Robert Johnson Patti-Anne Jones

Hands-On PRF (Platelet Rich Fibrin) & Sticky Bone Workshop ..................................................... 45 CBCT in Endodontics – Do We Really Need It? ............................................................................. 87 Hands-On PRF (Platelet Rich Fibrin) & Sticky Bone Workshop ..................................................... 45 “SOCKET SHIELD: New approach to Esthetic Implant Therapy” ................................................... 48 Our Patients Deserve Better: Part Two – A Call to Action ............................................................... 97 Clear on Codes: How to Protect Yourself from Insurance Audits ................................................... 57

Gary Kadi Michelle Kertesz Dan Kinkela Anne Koch James Kohner Oxana Korj Mark Kwon

What Top Dental Entreprenuers Are Doing Differently Now ........................................................... 52 Implement Success – Speaking to be Understood ......................................................................... 97 Ozone: A Revolution In Medicine and Dentistry ............................................................................. 81 Safety and Simplicity in Root Canal Instrumentation: Myths, Metal and Motion ............................ 55 Safety and Simplicity in Root Canal Instrumentation Workshop ..................................................... 39 Beating Up On Periodontal Disease: From Diagnosis to Treatment Plan and Flap Surgery .......... 44 Crown Lengthening Hands-On Surgical Workshop ........................................................................ 37 Soft Tissue Grafting Hands-On Workshop ..................................................................................... 40 Surgical Pitfalls One May Not See Coming .................................................................................... 95 “SOCKET SHIELD: New approach to Esthetic Implant Therapy” ................................................... 48

Dmitriy Ivanov

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Alphabetical Index of Speakers / Sessions Speaker Name

Session Title

Ajit Jay Lalli Cheryl Landrigan l Michael Layton William E. Lea Emily Letran Victor Leung Sonia Leziy James Lin Mark Lin Samuel B. Low Tieraona Low Dog

Cleft Lip and Palate: What You Need to Know as a General Dentist ............................................. 95 Staff Recruitment, Retention & the Office Manager ........................................................................ 63 Technological Advancements in Orthodontics and Indirect Bonding .............................................. 48 ‘SOUND’ BITES Quick, Simple Solutions for Achieving Healthy, Functional Occlusions ............... 56 To Stress Or Not To Stress ............................................................................................................. 94 Safe and Effective Antibiotic and Opioid Prescribing ...................................................................... 76 Live Demonstration: Palatal Tissue vs. Dermal Graft Substitutes for Root Coverage .................... 66 Regenerative Endodontics: Current Concepts and Reality ............................................................ 73 Advance Principles in Implantology Model Base Hands-On Exercises .......................................... 44 Immediate Anterior and Posterior Implant Dentistry ....................................................................... 69 Create Quality Patient Care and Practice Growth With Laser Dynamics ....................................... 55 Utilizing Laser Technology in a Periodontal Environment: A Hands-On Workshop ........................ 41 Integrative Approaches to Pain ....................................................................................................... 82 Nutrition, Dietary Supplements and Their Relationship to Oral Health ..................................... 72, 86

Angela McGowan Jeanette MacLean Lachlan MacPherson Gurprit Mann Edward McLaren l Michael Melkers Diane Millar Saul Miller Alena Minova Angela Mulrooney Don Murdoch

Staff Recruitment, Retention & the Office Manager ........................................................................ 63 Back in Black: Expand Your Knowledge of Silver Diamine Fluoride ......................................... 52, 70 The 10 Most Common Financial Mistakes Made by Dental Professionals ..................................... 89 The MNP 2019 Tax Update ............................................................................................................ 77 Hot Topics in Esthetics, BFEP Technique, Ceramics, Adhesion, Shade Communication .............. 50 Case Planning & Occlusion for the Everyday Practice ............................................................. 52, 71 Function, Parafunction and What the Function: Forces That Threaten Our Success .............. 58, 78 The Secret to Power, Precision and Prevention: Advanced Reinforced Scaling ............................ 38 Performing Under Pressure ............................................................................................................ 63 Occupational Chronic Pain in Dental Professions. Applying the Alexander Technique .................. 96 The Missing Dimension: The Art of Patient Communication ........................................................... 95 What’s My Practice Worth? How Can I Make It Worth More? ........................................................ 63

Samson Ng Caroline Nguyen John Nicola l Peter Nkansah Mehdi Noroozi Reza Nouri

Lumps and Bumps 2.0 .................................................................................................................... 51 Prosthetic Reconstruction Following Head and Neck Surgeries .................................................... 79 Tax Reform Implications and Investment Strategies For Dental Professionals .............................. 63 Conscious Sedation for Dentistry ................................................................................................... 62 Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office ...................................................................................... 56 Early Versus Late Peri-Implant Bone Loss, Peri-implant Health Management ............................... 79 Management of the Most Common Pediatric Dental Emergencies ................................................ 73

Uche Odiatu Tricia Osuna l Aviv Ouanounou

Inflammation 911: French Fries, Flossing and Fitness ............................................................. 58, 78 The Naked Truth: What Your Patients Reveal and the Bare Essentials to Healthy Living ....... 53, 72 Change Your Thoughts and Improve Your Outcomes .................................................................... 56 No Pain, No Gain ...................................................................................................................... 58, 71 Pain Management and Analgesics Use in Dentistry ....................................................................... 81 Pharmacology for the Dental Practitioner: An Overview ................................................................. 76

Michael Parchewsky Mark Parhar Randall Patch Kymme Patrick Clifford Pau Paul Pelletier Zia Poonja Sherry Priebe Greg Psaltis

The Evolution of CBCT from a Diagnostic to a Treatment Tool ...................................................... 61 CDABC Forum – Management of Traumatic Dental Injuries .......................................................... 54 Breathe Easy-Sleep Tight-Treatment Options for the ‘Epidemic’– Obstructive Sleep Apnea ......... 93 Laughing Matters: On Surviving Oral Cancer ................................................................................. 51 Safe and Effective Antibiotic and Opioid Prescribing ...................................................................... 76 Effectively Dealing with Disrespectful Patients and Staff ................................................................ 93 Cancer Patient Management and the Hesitant Dental Team .................................................... 58, 70 Oral Health Risks and Cultural Habits ............................................................................................ 94 Stainless Steel Crowns ................................................................................................................... 40

Carlos Quiñonez

Major Public Policy Issues in Dentistry: Why Do They Matter to You? ..................................... 52, 71

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Mike Racich Radiolgy Panel Gary Radz l Karen Raposa Amber Riley Jan Roberts Warren Roberts David Rothman Brian E. Rudy

The Basic Rules of Effective Dental Material Usage .............................................................. 90, 103 Radiology Panel Session ................................................................................................................ 84 No-Prep Veneers – You Can Do This!!! .......................................................................................... 42 Tips, Tricks, and Techniques for the Aesthetic Based Practice ...................................................... 73 Bridging the Gap – Tips For Treating A Patient with Autism ........................................................... 75 Treating AAA Patients – Alzheimer’s, Anxiety and Autism - Transform Lives and Careers ............ 88 Fifty Shades of Green. Forensic Dentistry in the 21st Century ................................................ 78, 85 Team Training for Botulinum Toxin .................................................................................................. 74 Team Training for Botulinum Toxin – Hands-On ............................................................................. 42 EMG Guided Botulinum Toxin Therapy for TMD ............................................................................ 48 Team Training for Botulinum Toxin .................................................................................................. 74 Team Training for Botulinum Toxin – Hands-On ............................................................................. 42 The 4 P’s of Pediatric Dentistry: Physiology, Pharmacology, Psychology and Phamily ................. 90 “You Want To Do What To My Child?” Answering Parent’s Difficult Questions ............................... 86 Dental Practice Transition Options ................................................................................................. 82

Derek Salisbury Ken Seto Vishal Sharma Charles Shuler Ron Smith l Todd Snyder Mahsa Soraya Sheila Soroushian l Jeff Staads l Stephanie Staples l Jeff Sumner John Svirsky

Street Drug Awareness for Dental Professionals ...................................................................... 57 ,77 How To Report Problems with Dental Equipment & Buy Licensed Dental Products ...................... 81 The Evolution of CBCT from a Diagnostic to a Treatment Tool ...................................................... 61 Lumps and Bumps 2.0 .................................................................................................................... 51 What’s My Practice Worth? How Can I Make It Worth More? ........................................................ 63 Posterior Direct Restorations – Contacts, Complications, Cosmetics and Occlusion .................... 59 The Art of Aesthetics and Occlusion ............................................................................................... 54 The Nuts & Bolts of Veneers .......................................................................................................... 74 The Nuts & Bolts of Veneers – Hands-On ...................................................................................... 42 Achieve Your Ultimate Goal; Take Command of Your Destiny!!! ..................................................... 94 Beyond Informed Consent – Body Autonomy in the Dental Office ................................................. 96 You Cannot Not Communicate ....................................................................................................... 53 Bring Your ‘A’ Game to Work & Life .................................................................................. 71, 84, 102 Predictable, Practical – Digital Dentistry’s Triple Threat ................................................................. 61 25 Shades of Grey and a Whole Lot Less Risqué .......................................................................... 80 Come In and Catch It: The Review That Sticks .............................................................................. 91 Great Cases With New Faces ........................................................................................................ 75 It’s More Than Physical and Other Love Stories ............................................................................ 88

Sandra Tai

Clear Aligners: The Future is Here! ................................................................................................ 79

Peter Walford John West Dale Willerton Brian Dean Williams Michael Wiseman Jessica Wollen Cheri Wu

Building Teeth Using Composite, Bulk Fill and Fibers .................................................................... 66 How to Win the Endodontic Game: Mastering the Three Essential Skills ...................................... 55 The Endodontic Skills Workshop .............................................................................................. 39, 40 Negotiating Commercial Leases and Renewals FOR DUMMIES .................................................. 96 Trauma-informed Care: Mindful Approaches for Practitioners and Patients ................................... 94 A Dentist’s Guide to Treating the Medically Compromised Senior Patient ..................................... 88 Geriatrics for the Dental Team: A How to Guide to Make Your Practice Senior Friendly ................ 80 Tech-Savvy Professionals, Tech-Savvy Parents: Bridging the Digital Divide ................................. 95 Advanced Ultrasonic Debridement – Navigate Those Curves for Effective Biofilm Removal ......... 44

David Yang Richard Young

Cancer Patient Management and the Hesitant Dental Team .................................................... 58, 70 Digital Photography for the 2019 Dental Practice ........................................................................... 51 Tooth Preserving Dentistry: Take it to the Next Level! Direct Restorations ..................................... 68

l Rita Zamora

Get Found, Get Liked, Get Patients – Making the Most of Social Media ....................................... 82 Social Media 101: Introduction To Social Media ............................................................................. 77

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Alphabetical Index of Speakers / Sessions

Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Anterior and Posterior Direct Composite Restorations – Hands-On

Cathia Bergeron

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

VCC West - Room 111/112

Diagnosis, Treatment Options, and Rehabilitation of Difficult Cases

Tom Dudney

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

Pacific Rim Emerald Ballroom ABC

54

Geriatric Dentistry: The Fastest Growing Demographic in Dentistry

Lou Graham

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

VCC West - Room 109

50

Making Sense of the Whitening Craze – Materials and Methods A to Z

Marc Geissberger

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 121/122

54

The Art of Aesthetics and Occlusion

Todd Snyder

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 118

54

EMG Guided Botulinum Toxin Therapy for TMD

Warren Roberts

Thursday 9:00 - 10:30

Exhibit Hall Live Dentistry Stage

48

Realistic Esthetic Materials Guide

George Freedman

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 220

59

The Oral Cavity Under Acid: Identifying, Understanding and Treating Caries and Erosion

Marc Geissberger

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 121/122

59

The Challenges in Restorative Dentistry

Lou Graham

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 109

59

Posterior Direct Restorations – Contacts, Complications, Cosmetics and Occlusion

Todd Snyder

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

59

Prosthodontics in the 21st Century: Techniques, Materials and More

Effrat (Effie) Habsha

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

VCC West - Room 224

68

Tooth Preserving Dentistry: Take it to the Next Level! Direct Restorations

Richard Young

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

VCC West - Room 212/213/214

68

Groundbreaking NEW Composite Dentistry: Hands-On

Peter Auster

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 113

Ethical Dilemmas in Aesthetic Dentistry

Marc Geissberger

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 208/209

74

Tips, Tricks, and Techniques for the Aesthetic Based Practice

Gary Radz

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 121/122

73

Team Training for Botulinum Toxin

Jan Roberts Warren Roberts

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 13

74

The Nuts & Bolts of Veneers

Todd Snyder

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 221/222

74

Building Teeth Using Composite, Bulk Fill and Fibers

Peter Walford

Friday 9:00 - 10:30

Exhibit Hall Live Dentistry Stage

66

Prep Guide Workflow to Great Temps and Final Cases Hands-On

Peter Auster

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 113

Update on Anterior and Posterior Composites

Marc Geissberger

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 119/120

79

Technologies and Their Essential Role in Restorative Direct and Indirect Dentistry

Lou Graham

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 109

80

No-Prep Veneers – You Can Do This!!!

Gary Radz

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 215

LA18

42

Team Training for Botulinum Toxin – Hands-On

Jan Roberts Warren Roberts

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 216

LA19

42

The Nuts & Bolts of Veneers – Hands-On

Todd Snyder

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 116/117

LA20

42

Esthetic Anterior Rehabilitation Using Digital Technology

Kevin AminZadeh

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 113

LA31

45

Frozen: Not the Movie

Brian Chanpong

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 8/15

80

Sedation Disasters: When Seconds Count, Help is Just Minutes Away!

Brian Chanpong

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 220

86

“You Want To Do What To My Child?” Answering Parent’s Difficult Questions

David Rothman

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 109

86

The 4 P’s of Pediatric Dentistry: Physiology, Pharmacology, Psychology and Phamily

David Rothman

Saturday 12:30 - 3:00

VCC West - Room 109

90

Aesthetics

Anaesthesia

24

LA02

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69

LA12

LA15

41

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Session

Limited Attendance

Time

Location

CDABC Forum – Management of Traumatic Dental Injuries

Certified Dental Assistants of BC Mark Parhar

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 11/12

54

The Wow Factor: Tips and Tricks Every Auxiliary Must Know

Ellen Gambardella

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

VCC East - Room 11/12

57

VCC West - Room 211

69

Dental Assisting 101 Back to Basics

Tija Hunter

Friday 9:00 - 11:30 repeats Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

70

VCC West - Room 211

85

Friday 2:00 - 4:30 repeats Saturday 12:30 - 3:00

VCC East - Ballroom C

77

VCC West - Room 211

90

55

Dental Assisting

Pet Peeves in the Dental Office

Dental Hygiene

Tija Hunter

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Speakers

Hacking Peri-Implantitis

Preety Desai

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 2/3

The Secret to Power, Precision and Prevention: Advanced Reinforced Scaling

Diane Millar

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

VCC West - Room 116/117

CDHBC Forum

College of Dental Hygienists of BC

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Ballroom A

54

Sweet Tooth Obsession & Its Impact on Oral & Systemic Health

Karen Davis

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30 repeats Friday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

51

VCC East - Ballroom C

70

Change Your Thoughts and Improve Your Outcomes

Tricia Osuna

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Ballroom C

56

Dental Implant Maintenance – Current Considerations and Recommendations for RDH

Marianne Dryer

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 2/3

60

Creating The Ultimate Doctor-Patient Hygiene Exam

Karen Davis

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

60

No Pain, No Gain

Tricia Osuna

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30 repeats Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Ballroom C

58

VCC East - Room 2/3

71

Mechanical Management of Biofilm; Are We at a Tipping Point?

Penny Hatzimanolakis

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Room 2/3

87

Advanced Ultrasonic Debridement – Navigate Those Curves for Effective Biofilm Removal

Cheri Wu

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30 repeats 12:30 - 3:00

VCC West - Room 116/117

Be a part in “The Wind of Change”, Ceramotion One Touch

Bassam Haddad

Saturday 10:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

89, 102

CAD/CAM for Laboratory & inLab Software 18 – Intro

Devaughn Fraser

Saturday 10:15 - 11:45

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

89, 102

Making Digitally Designed and Fabricated Dentures a Reality

Alex Alvarado

Saturday 10:30 - 12:00 VCC West - Room 208/209

89, 102

Genios Denture Teeth

Boyd Doucette

Saturday 12:30 - 2:00

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

90, 103

The Basic Rules of Effective Dental Material Usage

Mike Racich

Saturday 12:30 - 2:00

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

90, 103

Open Architecture and the Future of CAD/CAM Dentistry

Larry Bodony

Saturday 1:00 - 2:30

VCC West - Room 208/209

91, 103

Profitability – Technology, Materials and the Contemporary Dental Laboratory

Leon Hermanides

Saturday 2:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

91, 104

The Which, When, and Where of Zirconia!

Robyn Duke

Saturday 3:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 208/209

91, 104

CAD/CAM for Laboratory & inLab Software 18 – Advanced

Devaughn Fraser

Saturday 3:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

91, 104

Dental Technician

LA04 LA07

LA34 LA35

38

44

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Page

The Evolution of CBCT from a Diagnostic to a Treatment Tool

Vishal Sharma Michael Parchewsky

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 208/209

61

Predictable, Practical – Digital Dentistry’s Triple Threat

Jeff Sumner

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 221/222

61

Technological Advancements in Orthodontics and Indirect Bonding

Michael Layton David Dana

Thursday 2:00 - 4:00

Exhibit Hall Live Dentistry Stage

48

Digital Impressions – Why We Must Take Our Practice from Analog to Digital

Bobby Chagger

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 220

74

Prosthodontics in the 21st Century: Techniques, Materials and More

Effrat (Effie) Habsha

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

VCC West - Room 224

68

CAD/CAM for Laboratory & inLab Software 18 – Intro

Devaughn Fraser

Saturday 10:15 - 11:45

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

89, 102

Making Digitally Designed and Fabricated Dentures a Reality

Alex Alvarado

Saturday 10:30 - 12:00 VCC West - Room 208/209

89, 102

Open Architecture and the Future of CAD/CAM Dentistry

Larry Bodony

Saturday 1:00 - 2:30

VCC West - Room 208/209

91, 103

Profitability – Technology, Materials and the Contemporary Dental Laboratory

Leon Hermanides

Saturday 2:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

91, 104

CAD/CAM for Laboratory & inLab Software 18 – Advanced

Devaughn Fraser

Saturday 3:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

91, 104

Digital Impressions – Why We Must Take Our Practice from Analog to Digital

Bobby Chagger

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 220

74

Prosthodontics in the 21st Century: Techniques, Materials and More

Effrat (Effie) Habsha

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

VCC West - Room 224

68

Advanced Imaging in Dentistry

Shadi Hamidiaval

Saturday 2:00 - 3:00

VCC West - Room 215/216

97

Academy of Emergency Training

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00 continues 1:30 - 4:00 repeats Saturday 9:00 - 11:30 continues 12:30 - 3:00

VCC East - Room 16

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Digital Dentistry

Digital Imaging

Emergency Medicine CPR – Health Care Professional

LA40

43

LA23

43

Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office

Peter Nkansah

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 1

56

Street Drug Awareness for Dental Professionals

Derek Salisbury

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

VCC West - Room 301

57

VCC West - Room 211

77

CPR – Health Care Professional Re-certification

Academy of Emergency Training

Friday 8:30 - 11:00 repeats 1:30 - 4:00 repeats Saturday 9:00 - 11:30 repeats 12:30 - 3:00

VCC East - Room 18

LA41 LA42

43

LA26 LA28

43

Management of the Most Common Pediatric Dental Emergencies

Reza Nouri

Friday 8:30 - 9:15

VCC West - Room 118

73

New CPR – Health Care Professional – On-line and Classroom

Academy of Emergency Training

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30 repeats 12:30 - 3:00

VCC East - Room 10

Sedation Disasters: When Seconds Count, Help is Just Minutes Away!

Brian Chanpong

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 220

86

Safety and Simplicity in Root Canal Instrumentation: Myths, Metal and Motion

Anne Koch

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

55

How to Win the Endodontic Game: Mastering the Three Essential Skills

John West

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 211

55

Endodontics 101: A Complete Walkthrough for General Dentists

Mahmoud Ektefaie

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

61

LA27 LA29

43

Endodontics

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Page

Safety and Simplicity in Root Canal Instrumentation Workshop

Anne Koch

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 113

LA06

39

The Endodontic Skills Workshop

John West

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

VCC West - Room 201

LA09

39

LA14

40

Endodontics (continued)

Manor Haas

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

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

68

Does Endodontics Have To Be So Complicated? How Can I Achieve a Predictable Outcome?

Rodrigo Sanches Cunha

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 119/120

75

Regenerative Endodontics: Current Concepts and Reality

James Lin

Friday 10:10 - 10:55

VCC West - Room 118

73

Does Endodontics Have To Be So Complicated? – Hands-On Workshop

Rodrigo Sanches Cunha

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 201

Endodontic Predictability: New and Exciting Standards in Endodontic Treatment

Gary Glassman

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30 continues 12:30 - 3:00

VCC West - Room 110

84

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 304/305

87

CBCT in Endodontics – Do We Really Need It? R. James Jensen

LA16

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Endo for GPs: Better, Faster & Safer (How and with What Tools)

43

Fixed Prosthodontics Prosthodontics in the 21st Century: Techniques, Materials and More

Effrat (Effie) Habsha

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

VCC West - Room 224

68

Prosthetic Reconstruction Following Head and Neck Surgeries

Caroline Nguyen

Friday 3:10 - 3:55

VCC West - Room 118

79

Esthetic Anterior Rehabilitation Using Digital Technology

Kevin AminZadeh

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 113

Amber Riley

Friday 1:30 - 4:00 repeats Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B/C

78

VCC East - Room 8/15

85

LA31

45

Forensics Fifty Shades of Green. Forensic Dentistry in the 21st Century

Geriatric Dentistry Geriatrics for the Dental Team: A How to Guide to Make Your Practice Senior Friendly

Michael Wiseman

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

80

A Dentist’s Guide to Treating the Medically Compromised Senior Patient

Michael Wiseman

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

88

“SOCKET SHIELD: New approach to Esthetic Implant Therapy”

Mark Kwon Bernard Jin

Thursday 11:15 - 1:15

Exhibit Hall Live Dentistry Stage

48

Guided Surgery Beyond the Regular Cases

David Chong

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 110

55

Guided Sinus Augmentation and Guided Mini For Narrow Ridge Cases

David Chong

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 110

61

Prosthodontics in the 21st Century: Techniques, Materials and More

Effrat (Effie) Habsha

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

VCC West - Room 224

68

Immediate Anterior and Posterior Implant Dentistry

Mark Lin

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

VCC West - Room 110

69

Live Demonstration: Palatal Tissue vs. Dermal Graft Substitutes for Root Coverage

Sonia Leziy

Friday 11:15 - 1:15

Exhibit Hall Live Dentistry Stage

66

Implants

Learn “What’s New” at the Product Stage on Thursday and Friday

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Session

Time

Location

Early Versus Late Peri-Implant Bone Loss, Peri-implant Health Management

Mehdi Noroozi

Friday 1:30 - 2:15

VCC West - Room 118

79

Surgical Options for Peri-Implantitis and Other Implant Complications

Ho-Young Chung Dmitriy Ivanov

Friday 2:00 - 4:00

Exhibit Hall Live Dentistry Stage

66

Advance Principles in Implantology Model Base Hands-On Exercises

Mark Lin

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30 continues 12:30 - 3:00

VCC West - Room 111/112

LA24

44

Hands-On PRF (Platelet Rich Fibrin) & Sticky Bone Workshop

Bernard Jin Nekky Jamal

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30 repeats 12:30 - 3:00

VCC West - Room 201

LA43 LA44

45

Esthetic Anterior Rehabilitation Using Digital Technology

Kevin AminZadeh

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 113

LA31

45

Mechanical Management of Biofilm; Are We at a Tipping Point?

Penny Hatzimanolakis

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Room 2/3

87

What to Know When Retrieving Fractured Implant Abutment Screws

Kelvin Ian Afrashtehfar

Saturday 10:00 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 214

94

Penny Hatzimanolakis

Saturday 12:30 - 3:00

VCC West - Room 113

Nancy Abdelhay

Saturday 2:00 - 3:00

VCC West - Room 214

96

Create Quality Patient Care and Practice Growth With Laser Dynamics

Samuel B. Low

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 208/209

55

Utilizing Laser Technology in a Periodontal Environment: A Hands-On Workshop

Samuel B. Low

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 116/117

LA38

41

Anterior and Posterior Direct Composite Restorations – Hands-On

Cathia Bergeron

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

VCC West - Room 111/112

LA02

37

Hot Topics in Esthetics, BFEP Technique, Ceramics, Adhesion, Shade Communication

Edward McLaren

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

VCC West - Room 212/213/214

50

The Christensen Bottom Line 2019

Gordon J. Christensen

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

VCC West - Ballroom C

50

What in the World is Bioactivity and How Can I Use it?

Fay Goldstep

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 215/216

62

Prosthodontics in the 21st Century: Techniques, Materials and More

Effrat (Effie) Habsha

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

VCC West - Room 224

68

Groundbreaking NEW Composite Dentistry: Hands-On

Peter Auster

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 113

Bridging the Gap – Tips For Treating A Patient with Autism

Karen Raposa

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B/C

Prep Guide Workflow to Great Temps and Final Cases Hands-On

Peter Auster

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 113

Be a part in “The Wind of Change”, Ceramotion One Touch

Bassam Haddad

Saturday 10:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

89, 102

The Basic Rules of Effective Dental Material Usage

Mike Racich

Saturday 12:30 - 2:00

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

90, 103

The Which, When, and Where of Zirconia!

Robyn Duke

Saturday 3:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 208/209

91, 104

‘SOUND’ BITES Quick, Simple Solutions for Achieving Healthy, Functional Occlusions

William E. Lea

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 221/222

56

The Art of Aesthetics and Occlusion

Todd Snyder

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 118

54

Implants (continued)

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Guided Versus Non-Guided Dental Implant Placements’ Failure Rates and Associated Risk

Laser Dentistry

Page

Materials/Techniques

Occlusion/TMD

28

LA12

41 75

LA15

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Session

Limited Attendance

Time

Location

Lumps and Bumps 2.0

Samson Ng Charles Shuler

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

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B/C

51

Laughing Matters: On Surviving Oral Cancer

Kymme Patrick

Thursday 8:30 - 10:00 repeats 1:30 - 3:00

VCC East - Room 13

51

Cancer Patient Management and the Hesitant Dental Team

David Yang Zia Poonja

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

VCC West - Room 211

58

VCC East - Room 8/15

70

How to Prevent Caries in Primary and Young Permanent Teeth

Michael Ignelzi

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

75

Great Cases With New Faces

John Svirsky

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 11/12

75

Fifty Shades of Green. Forensic Dentistry in the 21st Century

Amber Riley

Friday 1:30 - 4:00 repeats Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B/C

78

VCC East - Room 8/15

85

Practical Update in Pediatric Dentistry

Michael Ignelzi

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

80

25 Shades of Grey and a Whole Lot Less Risqué

John Svirsky

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 301

80

It’s More Than Physical and Other Love Stories

John Svirsky

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Room 1

88

Come In and Catch It: The Review That Sticks

John Svirsky

Saturday 12:30 - 3:00

VCC East - Room 1

91

Oral Surgery for the General Dentist

Tobin Bellamy

Friday 1:30 - 4:00 repeats Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 121/122

78

Surgical Options for Peri-Implantitis and Other Implant Complications

Ho-Young Chung Dmitriy Ivanov

Friday 2:00 - 4:00

Exhibit Hall Live Dentistry Stage

66

Cleft Lip and Palate: What You Need to Know as a General Dentist

Ajit Jay Lalli

Saturday 11:00 - 12:00

VCC West - Room 214

95

Surgical Pitfalls One May Not See Coming

Oxana Korj

Saturday 1:00 - 2:00

VCC West - Room 213

95

Technological Advancements in Orthodontics and Indirect Bonding

Michael Layton David Dana

Thursday 2:00 - 4:00

Exhibit Hall Live Dentistry Stage

48

Clear Aligners: The Future is Here!

Sandra Tai

Friday 2:20 - 3:05

VCC West - Room 118

79

Invisalign Fundamentals

Chiann Gibson

Saturday 8:00 - 12:00

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B

LA22

46

Invisalign Clinical Learn for the Dental Hygienists and Dentists

Natalie Carrier-Denis

Saturday 1:00 - 5:00

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B

LA30

46

Stainless Steel Crowns

Greg Psaltis

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

VCC West - Room 111/112

LA13 LA17

40

How to Prevent Caries in Primary and Young Permanent Teeth

Michael Ignelzi

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

75

Bridging the Gap – Tips For Treating A Patient with Autism

Karen Raposa

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B/C

75

Practical Update in Pediatric Dentistry

Michael Ignelzi

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

80

Treating AAA Patients – Alzheimer’s, Anxiety and Autism - Transform Lives and Careers

Karen Raposa

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 118

88

“You Want To Do What To My Child?” Answering Parent’s Difficult Questions

David Rothman

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 109

86

The 4 P’s of Pediatric Dentistry: Physiology, Pharmacology, Psychology and Phamily

David Rothman

Saturday 12:30 - 3:00

VCC West - Room 109

90

Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology

Page

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Speakers

Oral Surgery 85

Orthodontics

Pediatric Dentistry

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Session

Time

Location

Crown Lengthening Hands-On Surgical Workshop

James Kohner

Thursday 8:00 - 5:00

VCC West - Room 114

Hacking Peri-Implantitis

Preety Desai

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 2/3

55

Create Quality Patient Care and Practice Growth With Laser Dynamics

Samuel B. Low

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 208/209

55

Sweet Tooth Obsession & Its Impact on Oral & Systemic Health

Karen Davis

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30 repeats Friday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

51

VCC East - Ballroom C

70

Creating The Ultimate Doctor-Patient Hygiene Exam

Karen Davis

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

60

Soft Tissue Grafting Hands-On Workshop

James Kohner

Friday 8:00 - 5:00

VCC West - Room 114

LA10

40

Utilizing Laser Technology in a Periodontal Environment: A Hands-On Workshop

Samuel B. Low

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 116/117

LA38

41

Live Demonstration: Palatal Tissue vs. Dermal Graft Substitutes for Root Coverage

Sonia Leziy

Friday 11:15 - 1:15

Exhibit Hall Live Dentistry Stage

Beating Up On Periodontal Disease: From Diagnosis to Treatment Plan and Flap Surgery

James Kohner

Saturday 8:00 - 5:00

VCC West - Room 114

Mechanical Management of Biofilm; Are We at a Tipping Point?

Penny Hatzimanolakis

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Room 2/3

Advanced Ultrasonic Debridement - Navigate Those Curves for Effective Biofilm Removal

Cheri Wu

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30 repeats 12:30 - 3:00

VCC West - Room 116/117

Periodontal Urgent and Acute Dental Care, How to Deal with Periodontal Emergencies

Reem N. Atout

Saturday 9:00 - 10:00

VCC West - Room 213

93

The Effects of E-Cigarette Vaping in Periodontal Tissues

Carlos Figueredo

Saturday 2:00 - 3:00

VCC West - Room 213

96

Richard Young

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

VCC West - Room 224

51

Back in Black: Expand Your Knowledge of Silver Diamine Fluoride

Jeanette MacLean

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

VCC West - Room 301

52

Bridging the Gap – Tips For Treating A Patient with Autism

Karen Raposa

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B/C

75

Treating AAA Patients – Alzheimer’s, Anxiety and Autism – Transform Lives and Careers

Karen Raposa

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 118

88

Oral Health Risks and Cultural Habits

Sherry Priebe

Saturday 10:00 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 213

94

Effrat (Effie) Habsha

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

VCC West - Room 224

68

The Evolution of CBCT from a Diagnostic to a Treatment Tool

Vishal Sharma Michael Parchewsky

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 208/209

61

To Extract or Refer? Utilizing Radiographs to Help Assess Extraction Difficulty

Richard Carlile

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 221/222

88

CBCT in Endodontics – Do We Really Need It? R. James Jensen

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 304/305

87

Radiology Panel Session

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30 continues 12:30 - 3:00

VCC West - Room 306

84

Periodontics

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Photography

Digital Photography for the 2019 Dental Practice

Prevention/Diagnosis

Prosthodontics

Prosthodontics in the 21st Century: Techniques, Materials and More

LA01

Page 37

66 LA21

44 87

LA34 LA35

44

70

Radiology

30

Radiology Panel

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Page

Prosthodontics in the 21st Century: Techniques, Materials and More

Effrat (Effie) Habsha

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

VCC West - Room 224

68

Genios Denture Teeth

Boyd Doucette

Saturday 12:30 - 2:00

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

90, 103

Anterior and Posterior Direct Composite Restorations – Hands-On

Cathia Bergeron

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

VCC West - Room 111/112

Hot Topics in Esthetics, BFEP Technique, Ceramics, Adhesion, Shade Communication

Edward McLaren

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

VCC West - Room 212/213/214

50

Diagnosis, Treatment Options, and Rehabilitation of Difficult Cases

Tom Dudney

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

Pacific Rim Emerald Ballroom ABC

54

Geriatric Dentistry: The Fastest Growing Demographic in Dentistry

Lou Graham

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

VCC West - Room 109

50

Making Sense of the Whitening Craze – Materials and Methods A to Z

Marc Geissberger

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 121/122

54

The Christensen Bottom Line 2019

Gordon J. Christensen

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

VCC West - Ballroom C

50

The Oral Cavity Under Acid: Identifying, Understanding and Treating Caries and Erosion

Marc Geissberger

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 121/122

59

The Challenges in Restorative Dentistry

Lou Graham

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 109

59

Posterior Direct Restorations – Contacts, Complications, Cosmetics and Occlusion

Todd Snyder

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

59

Ethical Dilemmas in Aesthetic Dentistry

Marc Geissberger

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 208/209

74

Update on Anterior and Posterior Composites

Marc Geissberger

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 119/120

79

Technologies and Their Essential Role in Restorative Direct and Indirect Dentistry

Lou Graham

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 109

80

Change Your Thoughts and Improve Your Outcomes

Tricia Osuna

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Ballroom C

56

Ozone: A Revolution In Medicine and Dentistry

Dan Kinkela

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 13

81

Sleep Revolution & Evolution of Dental Sleep Medicine; Why, How & What?

Shouresh Charkhandeh

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 306

56

Breath Easy Sleep Tight: Treatment Options for the Epidemic – Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Randy Patch

Saturday 9:00 - 10:00

VCC West - Room 214

93

Bridging the Gap – Tips For Treating A Patient with Autism

Karen Raposa

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B/C

75

Geriatrics for the Dental Team: A How to Guide to Make Your Practice Senior Friendly

Michael Wiseman

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

80

Treating AAA Patients – Alzheimer’s, Anxiety and Autism – Transform Lives and Careers

Karen Raposa

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 118

88

A Dentist’s Guide to Treating the Medically Compromised Senior Patient

Michael Wiseman

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

88

Certified Dental Assistants of BC Mark Parhar

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 11/12

54

Removable Prosthodontics

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Restorative/Operative Dentistry

Safety/Infection Control

Sleep Apnea

Special Needs

Trauma Dentistry

CDABC Forum – Management of Traumatic Dental Injuries

LA02

37

69

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Speakers

Time

Location

Hot Topics in Esthetics, BFEP Technique, Ceramics, Adhesion, Shade Communication

Edward McLaren

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

VCC West - Room 212/213/214

50

EMG Guided Botulinum Toxin Therapy for TMD

Warren Roberts

Thursday 9:00 - 10:30

Exhibit Hall Live Dentistry Stage

48

Case Planning & Occlusion for the Everyday Practice

Michael Melkers

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

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

52

VCC West - Room 306

71

Function, Parafunction and What the Function: Forces That Threaten Our Success

Michael Melkers

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

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

58

VCC West - Room 208/209

78

Team Training for Botulinum Toxin

Jan Roberts Warren Roberts

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 13

74

Team Training for Botulinum Toxin – Hands-On

Jan Roberts Warren Roberts

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 216

Cleft Lip and Palate: What You Need to Know as a General Dentist

Ajit Jay Lalli

Saturday 11:00 - 12:00

VCC West - Room 214

Treatment Planning

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Limited Attendance

Session

LA19

Page

42 95

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Major Public Policy Issues in Dentistry: Why Do They Matter to You?

Carlos Quiñonez

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

VCC West - Room 302/303

52

VCC West - Room 304/305

71

Evidence-Based Dentistry: Decision Making in an Era of Patient Centered Care

Ben Balevi

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 118

62

Biomedical Ethics

Ben Balevi

Friday 1:30 - 4:00 repeats Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 221/222

78

VCC West - Room 224

86

Critical Issues

Ergonomics

Page

Ground Zero; Strengthening Your Practice From The Operatory Out

David J. Ahearn

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 119/120

56

Cost Effective Office Design

David J. Ahearn

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 119/120

62

No Pain, No Gain

Tricia Osuna

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30 repeats Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Ballroom C

58

VCC East - Room 2/3

71

Occupational Chronic Pain in Dental Professions. Applying the Alexander Technique.

Alena Minova

Saturday 1:00 - 2:00

VCC West - Room 215/216

96

Carlos Quiñonez

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

VCC West - Room 302/303

52

VCC West - Room 304/305

71

Ethics

Major Public Policy Issues in Dentistry: Why Do They Matter to You?

Pharmacology

Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office

Peter Nkansah

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 1

56

Conscious Sedation for Dentistry

Peter Nkansah

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 1

62

Safe and Effective Antibiotic and Opioid Prescribing

College of Dental Surgeons of BC Clifford Pau Victor Leung

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

76

Pharmacology for the Dental Practitioner: An Overview

Aviv Ouanounou

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

Pacific Rim Emerald Ballroom ABC

76

Marijuana and Dentistry

Graham Grabowski

Friday 9:20 - 10:05

VCC West - Room 118

73

Pain Management and Analgesics Use in Dentistry

Aviv Ouanounou

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

Pacific Rim Emerald Ballroom ABC

81

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence

Session

Limited Attendance

Time

Location

Power Practice Software PX201 Advanced Features

Henry Schein Software Course

Thursday 8:30 - 12:00 continues 1:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Room 7

LA03

37

Dental Equipment Maintenance & Repair: A Hands-On Workshop for the Dental Team

Henry Schein Maintenance Workshop

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

VCC West - Room 115

LA05 LA09 LA32 LA33

38

What Top Dental Entreprenuers Are Doing Differently Now

Gary Kadi

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

VCC West - Room 304/305

52

Ground Zero; Strengthening Your Practice From The Operatory Out

David J. Ahearn

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 119/120

56

The CDSPI New Dentist Advice Tour

CDSPI Presents

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 220

57

Clear on Codes: How to Protect Yourself from Insurance Audits

Tim Gould Patti-Anne Jones

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

57

You Cannot Not Communicate

Jeff Staads

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30 repeats 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Ballroom A

53

Cost Effective Office Design

David J. Ahearn

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 119/120

62

Staff Recruitment, Retention & the Office Manager

Cheryl Landrigan Angela McGowan

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

Pacific Rim Emerald Ballroom ABC

63

Dentrix Software – Treatment Planning and Case Presentation

Henry Schein Software Course

Friday 8:30 - 12:00 continues 1:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Room 7

Social Media 101: Introduction To Social Media

Rita Zamora

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 1

77

Top Employment Law and HR Issues for Dental Practices

Erin Brandt Heidi Eaves

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 306

81

Cultural Safety and Humility: Transforming Oral Healthcare for First Nations in BC

First Nations Health Authority

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 2/3

81

Get Found, Get Liked, Get Patients – Making the Most of Social Media

Rita Zamora

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 1

82

Power Practice Software PX301 Maximizing Chart

Henry Schein Software Course

Saturday 8:30 - 12:00 continues 1:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Room 7

The Missing Dimension: The Art of Patient Communication

Angela Mulrooney

Saturday 11:00 - 12:00

VCC West - Room 213

95

Negotiating Commercial Leases and Renewals FOR DUMMIES

Jeff Grandfield Dale Willerton

Saturday 1:00 - 2:00

VCC West - Room 214

96

Power Practice Software PX201 Advanced Features

Henry Schein Software Course

Thursday 8:30 - 12:00 continues 1:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Room 7

LA03

37

Dental Equipment Maintenance & Repair: A Hands-On Workshop for the Dental Team

Henry Schein Maintenance Workshop

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

VCC West - Room 115

LA05 LA09 LA32 LA33

38

Sweet Tooth Obsession & Its Impact on Oral & Systemic Health

Karen Davis

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30 repeats Friday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

51

VCC East - Ballroom C

70

Dental Implant Maintenance – Current Considerations and Recommendations for RDH

Marianne Dryer

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 2/3

60

Creating The Ultimate Doctor-Patient Hygiene Exam

Karen Davis

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

60

Dentrix Software – Treatment Planning and Case Presentation

Henry Schein Software Course

Friday 8:30 - 12:00 continues 1:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Room 7

Social Media 101: Introduction To Social Media

Rita Zamora

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 1

77

Get Found, Get Liked, Get Patients – Making the Most of Social Media

Rita Zamora

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 1

82

Practice Management

LA11

LA25

Page

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Speakers

41

40

44

Technology

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LA11

41

40

33


Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Speakers

Time

Location

Power Practice Software PX301 Maximizing Chart

Henry Schein Software Course

Saturday 8:30 - 12:00 continues 1:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Room 7

Open Architecture and the Future of CAD/CAM Dentistry

Larry Bodony

Saturday 1:00 - 2:30

VCC West - Room 208/209

91, 103

Saturday 1:00 - 2:00

VCC West - Room 212

95

Technology (continued)

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Limited Attendance

Session

Tech-Savvy Professionals, Jessica Wollen Tech-Savvy Parents: Bridging the Digital Divide

LA25

Page 44

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

You Cannot Not Communicate

Jeff Staads

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30 repeats 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Ballroom A

53

Performing Under Pressure

Saul Miller

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Ballroom A

63

Bridging the Gap – Tips For Treating A Patient with Autism

Karen Raposa

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B/C

75

Bring Your ‘A’ Game to Work & Life

Stephanie Staples

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

VCC East - Ballroom A

71

Cultural Safety and Humility: Transforming Oral Healthcare for First Nations in BC

First Nations Health Authority

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 2/3

81

Stress, Mental Health and Resilience in the Workplace (Short version)

Kimberly Guest

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 11/12

82

Bring Your ‘A’ Game to Work & Life

Stephanie Staples

Saturday 8:15 - 9:15

VCC West - Ballroom AB

84, 102

Stress, Mental Health and Resilience in the Workplace (Expanded version)

Kimberly Guest

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30 continues 12:30 - 3:00

VCC East - Room 11/12

85

Effectively Dealing with Disrespectful Patients and Staff

Paul Pelletier

Saturday 9:00 - 10:00

VCC West - Room 212

93

Treating AAA Patients – Alzheimer’s, Anxiety and Autism – Transform Lives and Careers

Karen Raposa

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 118

88

The Missing Dimension: The Art of Patient Communication

Angela Mulrooney

Saturday 11:00 - 12:00

VCC West - Room 213

95

Workplace Conflict: You Can’t Afford NOT To Deal With It

Lori Bender

Saturday 11:00 - 12:00

VCC West - Room 215/216

95

Beyond Informed Consent – Body Autonomy in the Dental Office

Sheila Soroushian

Saturday 2:00 - 3:00

VCC West - Room 212

96

Our Patients Deserve Better: Part Two – A Call to Action

Robert Johnson

Saturday 3:00 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 215/216

97

Implement Success – Speaking to be Understood

Michelle Kertesz

Saturday 3:00 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 213

97

The CDSPI New Dentist Advice Tour

CDSPI Presents

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 220

57

What’s My Practice Worth? How Can I Make It Worth More?

Don Murdoch Ron Smith

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 306

63

Tax Reform Implications and Investment Strategies For Dental Professionals

John Nicola

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 302/303

63

The MNP 2019 Tax Update

Mike Anderson Marty Clement Gurprit Mann

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 302/303

77

Dental Practice Transition Options

Calvin Carpenter Henry Doyle Brian E. Rudy

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 302/303

82

The 10 Most Common Financial Mistakes Made by Dental Professionals

Calvin Carpenter Shaun Howe Lachlan MacPherson

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 302/303

89

Communication

Finance/Practice Transition

34

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Personal Development

Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Page

Laughing Matters: On Surviving Oral Cancer

Kymme Patrick

Thursday 8:30 - 10:00 repeats 1:30 - 3:00

VCC East - Room 13

51

The Naked Truth: What Your Patients Reveal and the Bare Essentials to Healthy Living

Uche Odiatu

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30 repeats Friday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Ballroom B

53

Inflammation 911: French Fries, Flossing and Fitness

Uche Odiatu

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30 repeats Friday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Ballroom B

Ozone: A Revolution In Medicine and Dentistry

Dan Kinkela

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 13

81

Advanced Imaging in Dentistry

Shadi Hamidiaval

Saturday 2:00 - 3:00

VCC West - Room 215/216

97

The Naked Truth: What Your Patients Reveal and the Bare Essentials to Healthy Living

Uche Odiatu

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30 repeats Friday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Ballroom B

53

Street Drug Awareness for Dental Professionals

Derek Salisbury

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

VCC West - Room 301

57

VCC West - Room 211

77

Inflammation 911: French Fries, Flossing and Fitness

Uche Odiatu

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30 repeats Friday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Ballroom B

58

Performing Under Pressure

Saul Miller

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Ballroom A

63

Nutrition, Dietary Supplements and Their Relationship to Oral Health

Tieraona Low Dog

Friday 9:00 - 11:30 repeats Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Ballroom A

72

VCC West - Room 301

86

Marijuana and Dentistry

Graham Grabowski

Friday 9:20 - 10:05

VCC West - Room 118

73

Stress, Mental Health and Resilience in the Workplace (Short version)

Kimberly Guest

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 11/12

82

How To Report Problems with Dental Equipment & Buy Licensed Dental Products

Ken Seto

Friday 1:30 - 2:30

VCC West - Room 220

81

Drugs and Natural Health Products

Ted Cheng

Friday 3:00 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 220

81

Integrative Approaches to Pain

Tieraona Low Dog

Friday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

82

Stress, Mental Health and Resilience in the Workplace (Expanded version)

Kimberly Guest

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30 continues 12:30 - 3:00

VCC East - Room 11/12

85

Trauma-informed Care: Mindful Approaches for Practitioners and Patients

Brian Dean Williams

Saturday 11:00 - 12:00

VCC West - Room 212

94

You Cannot Not Communicate

Jeff Staads

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30 repeats 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Ballroom A

53

Performing Under Pressure

Saul Miller

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Ballroom A

63

Bring Your ‘A’ Game to Work & Life

Stephanie Staples

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

VCC East - Ballroom A

71

Stress, Mental Health and Resilience in the Workplace (Short version)

Kimberly Guest

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 11/12

82

Bring Your ‘A’ Game to Work & Life

Stephanie Staples

Saturday 8:15 - 9:15

VCC West - Ballroom AB

84, 102

Stress, Mental Health and Resilience in the Workplace (Expanded version)

Kimberly Guest

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30 continues 12:30 - 3:00

VCC East - Room 11/12

85

To Stress Or Not To Stress

Emily Letran

Saturday 10:00 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 212

94

Achieve Your Ultimate Goal; Take Command of Your Destiny!!!

Mahsa Soraya

Saturday 10:00 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 215/216

94

General Medicine

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Health

72 58 78

72

78

Personal Development

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Hands-On Courses

Thursday, March 7

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

All Day Courses Cathia Bergeron is Professor of Operative Dentistry at Laval University (Québec) where she also serves as Dean. After her DMD (1993), she obtained a certificate in Operative Dentistry and a MS degree from the University of Iowa in 1999. Dr. Bergeron maintains a university practice limited to Operative Dentistry with a strong emphasis on aesthetic dentistry.

Cathia Bergeron, DMD, MS

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am continues 1:30pm–4:00pm LA02 Cost $495

This course will discuss selection and handling of different materials for anterior and posterior composite resin restorations. For both anterior and posterior sessions, a lecture will be presented before the hands-on exercises. Participants will learn how to create natural looking restorations based on optical properties of composite materials and tooth structure.

VCC West - Room 111/112

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Materials/Techniques, Restorative/Operative Dentistry CE Approval

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Co-sponsored by 3M Oral Care

Crown Lengthening Hands-On Surgical Workshop

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.

James Kohner, DDS

Thursday, 8:00am–5:00pm LA01 Cost $695

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.

VCC West - Room 114

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Periodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Co-sponsored by Perio Institute

Power Practice Software PX201 Advanced Features Henry Schein Software Course

This hands-on seminar is designed to provide participants with a greater understanding of Power Practice. We will provide instruction on processing insurance payments, understanding insurance reports, treatment proposals, managing planned treatment, managing recalls, processing held payments, adjustments, using the accounts receivable manager, practice analysis reporting, and custom reports.

Thursday, 8:30am–12:00pm continues 1:00pm–4:30pm LA03 Cost $149 VCC East - Room 7

Presented by Henry Schein

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Technology CE Approval

CDSBC PM

Note: Previous experience with Power Practice is a pre-requisite to attend this course.

CDHBC F.2

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Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Anterior and Posterior Direct Composite Restorations – Hands-On


Hands-On Courses

Thursday, March 7

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

Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Repeated Morning Courses The Secret to Power, Precision and Prevention: Advanced Reinforced Scaling

Diane Millar graduated from the West Los Angeles College dental hygiene program in 1981. Her career has embraced working in private practice, teaching courses on instrumentation techniques at USC, Cerritos College and West Coast University. She is an international speaker and is also the published author of “Reinforced Periodontal Instrumentation and Ergonomics for the Dental Care Provider.”

Diane Millar, RDH, MA

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am LA04 Cost $195

This course will provide attendees with a hands-on scaling experience designed to enhance scaling efficacy and ergonomics to prevent work related pain, musculoskeletal injuries and disability. Typodonts, portable simulation units, wider handled instruments will be utilized. Diane’s book is included.

VCC West - Room 116/117

Repeated on Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA07 Cost $195

Co-sponsored by Bisco Dental Products Canada Inc.

VCC West - Room 116/117 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC D.3

Dental Equipment Maintenance & Repair: A Hands-On Workshop for the Dental Team

Is your practices efficiency and productivity effected due to equipment malfunctions and breakdowns? Would you like to reduce repair costs and improve your skills in basic equipment assessment, maintenance and repair? Prolong the life of your equipment with these simple maintenance tips and techniques.

Henry Schein

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00pm LA05 Cost $175

With the knowledge and hands-on experience gained in this course, you will be able to: Identify and address basic maintenance requirements for both large and small equipment; Describe some of the most common problems associated with specific pieces of equipment; Define the equipment maintenance requirements for your dental office; Identify the cleaning and disinfection solutions recommended for use on your dental equipment.

VCC West - Room 115

Repeated on Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA09 Cost $175 VCC West - Room 115

Repeated on Friday, 8:30am–11:00pm LA32 Cost $175

Presented by Henry Schein

VCC West - Room 115

Repeated on Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA33 Cost $175 VCC West - Room 115 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Technology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC A.1 F.2

Life is Too Short to Drink Bad Wine

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French Wines Explored Co-sponsored by

Thursday, March 7 VCC West Ballroom Foyer Cost $40.00 (+ GST) 6pm – 7:30pm

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After your Hands-On course, head out to one or both of these PDC social events!

You can purchase tickets directly online or at the registration desk, for yourself and your colleagues. You do not have to be registered for the PDC to be able to attend these social events! Join us for the fun!

Co-sponsored by

Friday, March 8 – Commodore Ballroom Cost $25.00 (+ GST) Doors open at 8pm Includes: 2 drinks, dinner, live dance band (Famous Players)


Thursday, March 7

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

Repeated Afternoon Courses The Endodontic Skills Workshop John West, DDS, MSD

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA09 Cost $295 VCC West - Room 201

Repeated on Friday, 8:30am–11:00am LA14 Cost $295 VCC West - Room 201

John West received his DDS from the University of Washington where he is an Affiliate Associate Professor. He received his MSD in endodontics at Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine. John is considered one of the premier clinical interdisciplinary endodontists in the world, presenting continuing education across the US and Europe while maintaining a private practice in Tacoma, WA.

If you want to grow your endodontic skills, this class will teach you the ones you NEED to “Find, Follow, and Finish” simple, calcified, and curved canals with exceptional competency, confidence, consistency. Your endodontics will become FUN! Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona Endodontics

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Afternoon Courses Safety and Simplicity in Root Canal Instrumentation Workshop Anne Koch, DMD

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA06 Cost $295 VCC West - Room 113 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Anne Koch received both her DMD and Certificate in Endodontics from the University of Pennsylvania. The author of more than 150 articles in her prior specialty field, Dr. Koch has presented more than 1000 lectures worldwide. Dr. Koch was CEO and President of Real World Endo. Dr. Koch maintains faculty positions at PENN, Department of Endo as well as serving as a Senior Fellow with Penn Medicine.

In this hands-on workshop, our “Blend Technique” will be introduced and participants will learn how to use it effectively in all root canal types. After attending this workshop, you will improve your instrumentation predictability while dramatically reducing instrument separation. Co-sponsored by Brasseler Canada

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Hands-On Courses


Hands-On Courses

Friday, March 8

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

Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

All Day Courses Soft Tissue Grafting Hands-On Workshop

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.

James Kohner, DDS

Friday, 8:00am–5:00pm LA10

VCC West - Room 114

Cost $695

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Periodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Learn the use of two different soft tissue grafts. This workshop includes detailed indications and multiple case examples of both Free Gingival and Connective Tissue Grafts. The surgical exercises use pig jaws to allow participants the opportunity harvest, place and suture both types of grafts. Co-sponsored by Perio Institute

Dentrix Software – Treatment Planning and Case Presentation Henry Schein Software Course

Friday, 8:30am–12:00pm continues 1:00pm–4:30pm LA11 Cost $149 VCC East - Room 7

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Technology CE Approval

CDSBC PM

CDHBC F.2

This course will give you detailed hands-on instruction on how to create and present treatment options effectively to your patients. Topics covered include: Entering treatment recommendations, creating treatment cases, working with financial estimates, presenting cases, documenting patient consent and generating treatment plan reports. Presented by Henry Schein

Note: Previous experience with Dentrix is a pre-requisite to attend this course.

Repeated Morning Courses Stainless Steel Crowns Greg Psaltis, DDS

Friday, 8:30am–11:30am LA13

Cost $295

VCC West - Room 111/112

Repeated Friday, 1:30pm–4:30pm LA17 Cost $295 VCC West - Room 111/112 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Pediatric Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

John West, DDS

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am LA14

Cost $295

VCC West - Room 201

Repeated from Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA09 Cost $295 VCC West - Room 201 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics

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CDSBC CL

Do primary tooth crowns mystify you? In this hands-on workshop, you will learn stainless steel and anterior composite crown techniques and then perform them on a typodont. Clinical and radiographic diagnosis is also included. After this course, you’ll agree that these restorations are a snap! Co-sponsored by 3M Oral Care

CDHBC N/A

The Endodontic Skills Workshop

CE Approval

Greg Psaltis has been a pediatric dentist for 43 years, 37 of which in private practice in Olympia, Washington. Recipient of the Gordon Christensen Speaker Award, his unique style reflects his years of experience and his keen observations, making his programs informative and fun. He now devotes much time to his volunteer projects in Mexico to provide treatment for destitute children there.

CDHBC N/A

John West received his DDS from the University of Washington where he is an Affiliate Associate Professor. He received his MSD in endodontics at Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine. John is considered one of the premier clinical interdisciplinary endodontists in the world, presenting continuing education across the US and Europe while maintaining a private practice in Tacoma, WA.

If you want to grow your endodontic skills, this class will teach you the ones you NEED to “Find, Follow, and Finish” simple, calcified, and curved canals with exceptional competency, confidence, consistency. Your endodontics will become FUN! Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona Endodontics


Hands-On Courses

Friday, March 8

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

Repeated Morning Courses

Henry Schein

Friday, 8:30am–11:00pm LA32

Cost $175

VCC West - Room 115

Repeated on Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA33 Cost $175 VCC West - Room 115

Repeated from Thursday, 8:30am–11:00pm LA05 Cost $175

Is your practices efficiency and productivity effected due to equipment malfunctions and breakdowns? Would you like to reduce repair costs and improve your skills in basic equipment assessment, maintenance and repair? Prolong the life of your equipment with these simple maintenance tips and techniques. With the knowledge and hands-on experience gained in this course, you will be able to: Identify and address basic maintenance requirements for both large and small equipment; Describe some of the most common problems associated with specific pieces of equipment; Define the equipment maintenance requirements for your dental office; Identify the cleaning and disinfection solutions recommended for use on your dental equipment. Presented by Henry Schein

VCC West - Room 115

Repeated from Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA09 Cost $175 VCC West - Room 115 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Technology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC A.1 F.2

Morning Courses Groundbreaking NEW Composite Dentistry: Hands-On Peter Auster, DMD, FACD

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am LA12

Cost $295

VCC West - Room 113 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Materials/Techniques CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Utilizing Laser Technology in a Periodontal Environment: A Hands-On Workshop Samuel B. Low, DDS, MS, MEd

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am LA38

Cost $295

VCC West - Room 116/117 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Laser Dentistry, Periodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Peter Auster completed 2 terms as a director of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, leadership committee chair and AACD Humanitarian of the Year. Fellow of the American College of Dentists and leader in Dentistry Continuing Education for 2017-18, he is founder/past-president of the Greater New York Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. Dr. Auster is a “Dawson Academy Scholar”.

What is my best material choice for that case? The answers come in this interactive hands-on presentation. Learn what works best NOW for Class 1Vs, diasthemas, tough posterior contacts and abfractions. Participants will master bold new products that may change the way they think about composites. Co-sponsored by Tokuyama Dental America

Samuel B. Low is Professor Emeritus, University of Florida, Associate faculty member of the Pankey Institute practice experience in periodontics, lasers and implant placement. He is Past President of the American Academy of Periodontology and was selected Distinguished Alumnus by the University of Texas Dental School, Gordon Christensen Lecturer Award Recognition Award.

Lasers offer a very safe and effective alternative for a wide range of dental procedures from periodontics to facilitating quality restorative dentistry. Roll up the sleeves and get direct hands-on experience with diode to all tissue lasers from frenectomy to crown length gingivectomy. Co-sponsored by BIOLASE

CDHBC N/A

Be sure to complete your Session Survey after each presentation. You will be entered to WIN an iPad.

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Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Dental Equipment Maintenance & Repair: A Hands-On Workshop for the Dental Team


Hands-On Courses

Friday, March 8

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

Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Afternoon Courses No-Prep Veneers – You Can Do This!!!

Gary Radz maintains a private practice in Denver, Colorado. He is on faculty at the University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine. Over the past 20 years Dr. Radz has lectured international on the materials and techniques used in aesthetic dentistry. He has published over 150 articles and is on the editorial board of 7 different dental journals, including Oral Health.

Gary Radz, DDS

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA18

Cost $295

VCC West - Room 215

No-Prep veneers are an ultra conservative options for many patients to enhance their smiles in a non-invasive manner. This course will cover the indications and techniques that will ensure successful aesthetic outcomes for your patient.

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

The Nuts & Bolts of Veneers – Hands-On

Todd Snyder graduated from UCLA & the F.A.C.E. institute. He created/codirected the first two-year graduate program in Aesthetic & Cosmetic Dentistry. An Accredited Fellow of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and member of Catapult Education. He is an author/lecturer, consultant and professional race car driver. He also owns 2 software companies, an online training program known as Legion.

Todd Snyder, DDS

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA20

Cost $295

This presentation will discuss all of the Nuts and Bolts necessary to fabricate amazing, life-like veneers and when to utilize them. This course will allow participants to try the veneering procedure from diagnosis and treatment planning to preparation, provisionals, try-in and cementation.

VCC West - Room 116/117 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Co-sponsored by Catapult Education

Prep Guide Workflow to Great Temps and Final Cases Hands-On

Peter Auster completed 2 terms as a director of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, leadership committee chair and AACD Humanitarian of the Year. Fellow of the American College of Dentists and leader in Dentistry Continuing Education for 2017-18, he is founder/past-president of the Greater New York Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. Dr. Auster is a “Dawson Academy Scholar”.

Peter Auster, DMD, FACD

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA15

Cost $295

Fabulous final restorations derive from fabulous provisionals. This hands-on workshop unlocks secrets to beautiful cosmetic cases using prep guides and perfect templates. Use your own hands to create beautiful multi-unit temporaries in less than 10 minutes.

VCC West - Room 113 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Materials/Techniques CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Note: Bring your loupes and gloves to this course.

CDHBC N/A

Team Training for Botulinum Toxin – Hands-On

Jan Roberts is leading and well respected Vancouver dentist who has been in practice for 40+ years. Along with Dr. Warren Roberts, she co-founded the Pacific Training Institute for Facial Aesthetics where they internationally teach medical and dental professionals on how to improve patient care with botulinum toxin. Their courses are anatomy-based and geared to successfully integrate TX into practice.

Jan Roberts, BSc, DMD Warren Roberts, DMD

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA19

Warren Roberts is recognized by Dentistry Today as one of the top 100 CE speakers. He is a leading botulinum toxin educator in North America who teaches physicians, dentists and nurses and who’s practice is the #1 dental provider of botulinum toxin in North America. Since 2008, he has trained over 8,000 doctors nationally and internationally and has treated hundreds of botulinum toxin patients.

Cost $250

VCC West - Room 216 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Treatment Planning CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

This hands-on training course will provide team members with the skills required to successfully incorporate Botulinum Toxin treatment, including how to take the Roberts Facial Rejuvenation Photography series, reconstitution of the product and how to prepare syringes for injection. See Dr. Warren Roberts on the Live Dentistry Stage Thurs. at 9am

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Hands-On Courses

Friday, March 8

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

Afternoon Courses Does Endodontics Have To Be So Complicated? – Hands-On Workshop Rodrigo Sanches Cunha, DDS, MSc, PhD, FRCD(C)

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA16

Cost $295

The session will explore how proper access to the root canal system can facilitate cleaning, shaping, and obturation. Emphasis will be given to a reciprocating system to properly shape the canals and thermoplasticized obturation techniques in order to fill the canals in a three-dimensional manner.

VCC West - Room 201 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Rodrigo Sanches Cunha completed his Undergraduate Dental Degree in 1994 in Campinas, SP-Brazil. His post-graduate studies include a Specialty degree in Endodontics); in 2002, an MSc degree in Clinical Dentistry (Endodontics) and in 2006, a PhD degree in Dental Sciences. Dr. Cunha has been a guest speaker at more than 200 events worldwide and has an extensive experience in Private Practice.

Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona Endodontics

CDHBC N/A

CPR Health Care Professional Hands-On Courses Academy of Emergency Training Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Emergency Medicine CE Approval

CDSBC DME

CThe 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.

CDHBC D.7

CPR – Health Care Professional Thursday, 8:30am–4:00pm LA40

New CPR – Health Care Professional – On-line and Classroom Cost $90

VCC East - Room 16

Repeated on Saturday, 9:00am–3:00pm LA23 VCC East - Room 16

Cost $90

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 2015 ECG Guidelines. Paramedics are available to answer your specific questions during the class. A manual is provided.

CPR – Health Care Professional Re-certification Friday, 8:30am–11:00am LA41

Cost $75

VCC East - Room 18

Repeated on Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA42 VCC East - Room 18

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am LA27

Cost $90

VCC East - Room 10

Repeated on Saturday, 12:30pm–3:00pm LA29

Cost $90

VCC East - Room 10

This blended Health Care Professional CPR course offers training in the most up to date standards of CPR, based on the 2015 ECG Guidelines Blended training consists of a web-based session which must be completed prior to attending onsite, followed by an onsite hands-on session at the conference.

Repeated on Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am LA26

Cost $75

VCC East - Room 18

Cost $75

Repeated on Saturday, 12:30pm–3:00pm LA28 VCC East - Room 18

Cost $75

This hands-on recert is for those who have taken CPR training within the last 2 years. Basic Life Support skills are demonstrated and participants practice each skill. All skills in the full CPR-HCP course with the 2015 CPR Guidelines are covered. Please bring your CPR manual as one will not be provided. Requires current CPR-C within the past 2 years

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Hands-On Courses

Saturday, March 9

Official conference of the:

PDC Lab Expo open 8:00am to 3:00pm

Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

All Day Courses Advance Principles in Implantology Model Base Hands-On Exercises Mark Lin, BSc., DDS, MSc. (Prosthodontics), FRCD(C)

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am continues 12:30pm–3:00pm LA24 Cost $495 VCC West - Room 111/112 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Beating Up On Periodontal Disease: From Diagnosis to Treatment Plan and Flap Surgery James Kohner, DDS

Saturday, 8:00am–5:00pm LA21 Cost $695 VCC West - Room 114 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Periodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Mark H.E. Lin graduated from University of Detroit Mercy for his dental program. He competed his postgraduate training in the specialty of Prosthodontics at the University Of Toronto. He was a former “Assistant Professor” at the faculty of Dentistry at University of Toronto. He maintains a full time specialty practice as a Prosthodontist at Dr. Mark Lin Prosthodontic Centre.

This advance course is designed for experienced dentists in the field of implantology ready to elevate to the next learning level. Advance implantology concepts will be reviewed for immediate anterior and posterior implant placements and indirect sinus grafting protocols using model base concepts. Co-sponsored by Straumann

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.

Learn different ways to understand the causes and treatment of Periodontal Disease, plus learn practical methods for patient self care at home where they may actually be compliant. Practice surgery on pig jaws and models. Two surgical videos will be shown. Co-sponsored by Perio Institute

CDHBC D.3 D.6

Power Practice Software PX301 Maximizing Chart Henry Schein Software Course

Saturday, 8:30am–12:00pm continues 1:00pm–4:30pm LA25 Cost $149 VCC East - Room 7 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Technology CE Approval

CDSBC PM

This hands-on seminar is designed to provide participants with a greater understanding of digital charting in Power Practice. We will provide instruction on customizing the odontogram, creating and editing procedure codes, creating super codes, treatment proposals, customizing notes and creating templates, custom settings for perio charting, planning appointments and updating recalls, updating medical alerts and chart alerts, and custom reports. Presented by Henry Schein

Note: Previous experience with Power Practice is a pre-requisite to attend this course.

CDHBC F.2

Repeated Morning Courses Advanced Ultrasonic Debridement – Navigate Those Curves for Effective Biofilm Removal Cheri Wu, RDH, BDSc (DH)

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am LA34 Cost $175 VCC West - Room 116/117

Repeated Saturday, 12:30pm–3:00pm LA35 Cost $175 VCC West - Room 116/117

Cheri Wu holds a BDSc (DH) from UBC and is a RDH with 26 years of clinical experience in private and non-profit practice. She is owner of Focus On Dental Hygiene in Victoria and holds a faculty position at Camosun College. In partnership with Dentsply Sirona, Cheri presents scientific, evidenced-based information and hands-on education for ultrasonic instrumentation and air polishing.

Shape Matters - left and right curved ultrasonic inserts offer superior access in furcations, concavities, and curved root surfaces. This one-of-a-kind workshop with cutting-edge teaching methods and active ultrasonic equipment focuses on biofilm assault and effective periodontal debridement. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Periodontics CE Approval

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CDHBC D.3

The PDC App brings the conference to your fingertips!

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Hands-On Courses

Saturday, March 9

Official conference of the:

PDC Lab Expo open 8:00am to 3:00pm

Repeated Morning Courses Bernard Jin, DMD, BEd, BSc Nekky Jamal, BSc, DMD

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am LA43 Cost $295 VCC West - Room 201

Repeated Saturday, 12:30pm–3:00pm LA44 Cost $295 VCC West - Room 201

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Bernard Jin obtained his dental degree from UBC in 1995. He received subsequent training at the UBC Residency Program where he developed a passion for periodontics and oral surgery. Dr. Jin’s practice mostly involves implant dentistry and full mouth rehabilitation. He lectures nationally at numerous study clubs and venues, including the PDC Live Dentistry Stage. P.S. He loves motorcycling. Nekky Jamal is a proud alumni of the University of Saskatchewan College of Dentistry. He has lectured nationally providing hands-on courses on the powerful benefits of Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF) and its seamless incorporation into our everyday clinical practices. Nekky practices full-time in Lloydminster, Alberta with a practice limited to IV Sedation/Surgery focusing on 3rd Molar Extractions.

With Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF) being employed in just about every aspect of dentistry (such as Oral Surgery, Implantology, Periodontics and even Endodontics), it is no surprise that dentists are keen to incorporate PRF into their daily practices! Come learn and be ready to implement it Monday morning. See Dr. Jin on the Live Dentistry Stage Thursday at 11:15am

Morning Courses Esthetic Anterior Rehabilitation Using Digital Technology Kevin AminZadeh, DDS, MS, FRCD(C)

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am LA31 Cost $295 VCC West - Room 113 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Fixed Prosthodontics, Implants CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Kevin AminZadeh is a board certified Prosthodontist and a key opinion leader in field of digital and microscope enhanced dentistry. He is an international speaker on digital workflows and aesthetic prosthodontics. He is the founder and director of Implant Genius, the world’s first Prosthodontist driven digital treatment planning company.

By the end of this hands-on course participants should be able to: Perform an aesthetic evaluation that comprises of Facial, dentolabial, and gingival analysis; Understand the principles of intraoral scanning and digital wax-up; Perform an indirect mock up to arrive at the ideal dentition; and more. Co-sponsored by Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd.

Soar from coast to coast on an unforgettable ride over Canada’s most breathtaking landscapes! Special Offer to PDC Attendees

March 6-9

Show your PDC badge and receive: 20% off admission 10% off snacks and retail items

FlyOver Canada is open 10am to 9pm and located at Canada Place (East Building). Shows commence every 15 minutes during operating hours. The total experience takes approximately 30 minutes. Discount pricing or group rates do not apply.

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Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Hands-On PRF (Platelet Rich Fibrin) & Sticky Bone Workshop


Saturday, March 9

Official conference of the:

PDC Lab Expo open 8:00am to 3:00pm

Invisalign Clear Essentials Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Invisalign Fundamentals

Chiann Gibson, DMD, AAACD

Saturday, 8:00am–12:00pm LA22

Cost $1,995 CAD

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Orthodontics CE Approval

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CDSBC CL

CDHBC D.3

Chiann Gibson is a graduate of Tufts Dental. An Accredited member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and President 2016-2017. Fellow of the Int’l Academy for Dental Facial Esthetics, Best in Science Global Beauty Award 2018, and owner of Smiles by Dr. Gibson in Naperville, IL. Married to award winning TV hostproducer, Jim Gibson, they have a son, James Keith Gibson III.

Invisalign Fundamentals is a two-part program designed for a GP provider who would like to offer Invisalign in their practice. The program provides dentists and team members with the necessary education and tools to treat patients with Invisalign®. Invisalign Fundamentals consists of a 4-hour online component that reviews the Invisalign case submission process, as well as a 4-hour instructor-led live component that offers guidance on the Invisalign technique and how to achieve excellent clinical outcomes using Invisalign®. Tuition covers the dentist and up to 4 auxiliary staff. Presented by Align Technology

The auxiliary staff must be pre-registered, linked to a dentist registered in this course, and be a fully registered attendee (Exhibits Only category does not comply). Please contact the PDC office if you have questions regarding the registration process of this course.

Invisalign Clinical Learn for the Dental Hygienists and Dentists Natalie Carrier-Dennis, RDH

Saturday, 1:00pm–3:00pm LA30

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B

Cost $59

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Orthodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC C.1 D.3

Natalie Carrier-Dennis grew up and completed her degree in Quebec City before moving to Vancouver, where she has practiced for over 29 years. She has extensive training in laser gum therapy and periodontics. She has been a Field Chief Consultant, a National Presenter and Trainer, and is a member of the Dental Hygiene Advisory Board (KOL) and Dental Hygiene Faculty for Align Technology.

This course introduces the pivotal role of the hygienist and doctor to identify occlusal issues and provides guidelines on how to create patient value from the hygiene chair. The participant will have a fundamental understanding of the health benefits of Invisalign Therapy and subsequent consequences malocclusion may impose; occlusal trauma/ wear, abfractions, incipient decay, and periodontal disease. Evidence based research is presented and translated into an easy to adopt patient friendly manner. This is crucial for doctors to engage in successful consultations, ultimately providing increased health for both patient and practice. Presented by Align Technology


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Inside the Exhibit Hall Today

Thursday, March 7

Live Dentistry Stage 10th Season Thursday Demonstrations take place on the west side of the Exhibit Hall.

9:00am–10:30am

Thursday Live Dentistry Stage

EMG Guided Botulinum Toxin Therapy for TMD Warren Roberts, DMD Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Treatment Planning CE Approval CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

11:15am–1:15pm

“SOCKET SHIELD: New approach to Esthetic Implant Therapy” Mark Kwon, DMD, FICOI Bernard Jin, DMD, BEd, BSc Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approval CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Warren Roberts is recognized by Dentistry Today as one of the top 100 CE speakers. He is a leading botulinum toxin educator in North America who teaches physicians, dentists and nurses and who’s practice is the #1 dental provider of botulinum toxin in North America. Since 2008, he has trained over 8,000 doctors nationally and internationally and has treated hundreds of botulinum toxin patients.

Botulinum Toxin has become a recognized treatment for TMD and craniofacial pain, however many dentists are unaware of the importance of incorporating EMG (electromyograph) analytics to improve diagnosis and treatment outcomes. In this Live Demonstration, Dr. Roberts will demonstrate how EMG data is used to improve patient care by assisting with the diagnosis, dosage determination and injection timing. Dr. Roberts will then treat the patient using PTIFA’s injection technique that essentially eliminates negative side effects.

Mark Kwon is the founder of BITES Institute. He is a full time clinician in his implant only practice, Chrysalis Dental Centre Vancouver, and focuses on advanced bone grafting and full mouth reconstruction including full arch ‘Teeth in a Day’ procedures. He is well known through out Canada for his appearances on various esteemed dental stages, and continues to teach fellow practitioners. Bernard Jin obtained his dental degree from UBC in 1995. He received subsequent training at the UBC Residency Program where he developed a passion for periodontics and oral surgery. Dr. Jin’s practice mostly involves implant dentistry and full mouth rehabilitation. He is faculty at Bites Institute and teaches at multiple study clubs and venues nationally, including the PDC Live Dentistry Stage.

Bring Imagination into Reality! Socket Shield (a Partial Extraction Therapy) is a novel approach to Esthetic Implant Therapy. Together with an Advanced Digital workflow, we can Digital Smile Design, plan minimally invasive surgery and deliver highly aesthetic outcome to surpass patients expectations.

2:00pm–4:00pm

Technological Advancements in Orthodontics and Indirect Bonding Michael Layton, DDS David Dana, DDS Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Digital Dentistry, Orthodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

A teacher, mentor and IAT instructor with the McGann Post-Graduate School, Michael Layton, is a graduate of the University of Washington as well as Progressive Orthodontics Seminars. He has a private practice in White Rock, focused on innovative dental solutions using CAD/CAM technology. He is the founder of White Rock’s quarterly IDEAL dental day providing ideal care for people in his community. David Dana obtain his dental degree at the Universidad Tecnológica de México in 1981 and his Prosthodontic degree at Boston University School of Graduate Dentistry in 1983. He oversees the education and curriculum development of new and existing programs at Progressive Orthodontic Seminars and the McGann Postgraduate School of Dentistry. He has a private practice in Los Angeles.

The impact of diagnostic software used in Orthodontics can now result in predictable Orthodontic treatment planning and simulation. We will use SmileStream as an example. Dentistry has forever changed with the development of technology in 3D simulation and virtual realities - Orthodontics is no exception. Clinicians can now use modern simulation technology to predictably plan their Orthodontic cases. The software guides doctors through every aspect of planning a case, ensuring that every important diagnostic detail is evaluated before making a treatment decision. Sponsored by

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


PRODUCT STAGE Thursday, March 7

Who is the Perfect Whitening Patient?

Philips Sonicare

Thursday, 11:15am–11:45pm

Henry Schein

Thursday, 12:00pm–12:30pm

From its number one Dental Professional recommended Sonicare toothbrush to Philips Zoom! whitening systems, Philips provides dental professionals with advanced solutions designed to meet their patient’s specific needs and empowers consumers to achieve superior oral health.

Research indicates that a wide variety of clients is interested in whitening procedures. Who doesn’t want a beautiful smile? Learn about in-office and take-home options to improve your clients’ smiles regardless of their stage in life.

Thursday Product Stage

Maximize Your Practice’s Potential

Presentations take place in Lounge 3 on the east side of the Exhibit Hall

At Henry Schein Canada, we help our customers with practice care so that they can focus on patient care. With integrated technological solutions, digital imaging, CAD/CAM technology, lasers, practice management software, office design, technical service, financing and more, you can Rely On Us!

Henry Schein helps practices grow their top line business. Did you know that over 80% of practice revenues stem from patient recall? Through one of our exclusive Business Solutions offerings, Recall Max, we will introduce you to a simple yet comprehensive recall strategy.

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3Shape

Thursday, 12:45pm–1:15pm

3Shape creates 3D scanning and CAD/CAM software solutions. Awardwinning technology that enables dental and hearing professionals to treat more people, more effectively and with improved care. Company headquarters are in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Please consult the PDC website or PDC App for updated information on this presentation.

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Open Sessions

Thursday, March 7

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

All Day Presentations The Christensen Bottom Line 2019

Gordon J. Christensen is Founder and Director of Practical Clinical Courses, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Clinicians Report Foundation, and a Practicing Prosthodontist in Provo, Utah. Gordon has presented thousands of hours of continuing education globally, is widely published, and has made hundreds of educational videos used worldwide.

Gordon J. Christensen, DDS, MSD, PhD

Thursday Open Sessions

Thursday, 9:00am–11:30am continues 2:00pm–4:30pm

Speaker Host: Dr. Anita Gartner

VCC West - Ballroom C

This fast moving “bottom line” course includes the areas of dentistry with the most activity and change in any given year. It is easily understood and has numerous summaries that help attendees to interpret the ongoing advancements in the profession. The course encourages audience participation.

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Materials/Techniques, Restorative/Operative Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Hot Topics in Esthetics, BFEP Technique, Ceramics, Adhesion, Shade Communication

Edward McLaren is a Prosthodontist and Master Dental Ceramist, Professor at the University of Alabama Birmingham School of Dentistry, founder director of the Advanced Dental Esthetics, Restorative & Biomaterials Program, founder and director 3-year advanced ceramics and digital technology for technicians program, founder and director one-year esthetic and restorative fellowship.

Edward McLaren, DDM, MDC

Speaker Host: James Neuber

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am continues 1:30pm–4:00pm

This presentation will cover many of the current “hot topics” in aesthetics, how I set up a case with a special structural flowable, dental ceramics, material selection from feldspathic to the new translucent zirconia, adhesion, shade analysis photography and communication and digital dentistry.

VCC West - Room 212/213/214 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Materials/Techniques, Restorative/Operative Dentistry, Treatment Planning CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Co-sponsored by Bisco Dental Products Canada Inc.

CDHBC N/A

Repeated Morning Presentations Geriatric Dentistry: The Fastest Growing Demographic in Dentistry

Lou Graham is an internationally recognized lecturer extensively involved in continuing education for dental professionals, focusing on incorporating current clinical advancements through conservative dentistry. He is a graduate of Emory Dental School. He is the founder of Catapult Education and enjoys private practice in Chicago, Illinois - Hyde Park.

Lou Graham, DDS

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dr. Ebenezer Boaz

VCC West - Room 109

As Dentistry continues to change, so do the needs of our patients entering their later decades of life. This course covers diagnostic and clinical approaches that are required to customize our care for this growing population.

Repeated on Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 109

Co-sponsored by Catapult Education

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Restorative/Operative Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC D.2

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Legend for Continuing Education Credits for CDHBC (see page 8 for detailed QAP Content Category Codes) A Biological Sciences B Social Sciences C Dental Sciences D Clinical Practice E Community

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Open Sessions

Thursday, March 7

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

Repeated Morning Presentations Sweet Tooth Obsession & Its Impact on Oral & Systemic Health Karen Davis, RDH, BSDH

Thursday, 9:00am–11:30am Repeated on Friday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC East - Ballroom C Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Periodontics, Technology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Samson Ng, DMD, MSc, FRCD(C), FDSRCS(Ed), Dip ABOM, Dip ABOMP

Charles Shuler, DMD, PhD

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B/C

Repeated on Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B/C Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology CDSBC CL

Sugary drinks do more than contribute to caries and erosion. Sugar is pro-inflammatory and contributes to obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and even cognitive decline. Learn how to help patients re-claim their health with healthy alternatives.

CDHBC A.2 D.6

Lumps and Bumps 2.0

CE Approval

Speaker Host: Don Cundiff

CDHBC C.1 C.4

Samson Ng is a Canadian and American Board certified oral medicine specialist and oral and maxillofacial pathologist. He is currently appointed as clinical associate professor at the University of British Columbia, attending staff at the Department of Dentistry of the Vancouver General Hospital, Dr. Ng also operates a private practice in Vancouver, and in Abbotsford. Charles Shuler is currently Professor Oral Biological and Medical Science at University of British Columbia, UBC Dentistry Dean 2007-2017. Associate Dean and Professor, USC Dentistry 1989-2007. Asst Professor Ohio State University 1984-89 PhD in Pathology University of Chicago 1984, DMD from Harvard 1979, Oral Pathology at Minnesota and Copenhagen. Clinical oral pathology patient evaluation and treatment for more than 30 years. Speaker Host: Dr. Sarah Lim

Please join us for this interactive seminar designed to review oral lesions and dental therapeutics that oral care providers commonly encounters in a community practice.

Laughing Matters: On Surviving Oral Cancer Kymme Patrick

Thursday, 8:30am–10:00am VCC East - Room 13

Repeated on Thursday, 1:30pm–3:00pm VCC East - Room 13 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology, General Medicine CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Richard Young, DDS

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

Repeated on Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 224 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Photography CDSBC CL

Speaker Host: Christina Hickle-Unruh

In this performance piece Kymme Patrick shares her powerful story, from the discovery of a lump on her neck to eventual recovery. Her firsthand experience of the challenges and complications will help enlighten those engaged in oral health care and emphasize the importance of early detection.

CDHBC C.4

Digital Photography for the 2019 Dental Practice

CE Approval

Kymme Patrick is an award-winning actor, playwright, director, teacher. She founded TheatreWorks Centre For Performing Arts in the Comox Valley to provide quality theatre programs for youth and adults. She has been praised for using theatre as an educational tool for addressing social issues. Kymme was presented the prestigious Donna Lamb Award for outstanding contributions to community theatre.

CDHBC F.1 D.3

Richard Young practices minimally invasive dentistry and co-directs the D3 aesthetics program at LLUSD. His interest in dental photography and adhesive dentistry spans the last 33 years, and recognized internationally for his expertise in both. His innovative and practical methods have inspired countless colleagues to adopt both photography and advanced adhesive dentistry into their practices. Speaker Host: Dr. William Gaede

Photography is the Shutter to great dentistry and is fast becoming an integral part of many dental practices today. This lecture will discuss the art and beauty of simplified dental photography and the equipment you need to make it happen.

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Thursday Open Sessions

VCC East - Ballroom B

Karen Davis is founder of Cutting Edge Concepts®, an international continuing education company. She practices dental hygiene in Dallas, Texas. Karen is an accomplished author and a member of the American Academy of Oral and Systemic Health, and American Dental Hygienists’ Association. Dentistry Today consistently recognizes Karen as a “Top Clinician In Continuing Education” each year.


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 7

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

Thursday Open Sessions

Repeated Morning Presentations Back in Black: Expand Your Knowledge of Silver Diamine Fluoride Jeanette MacLean, DDS, DABPD, FAAPD

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

Repeated on Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 301 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Prevention/Diagnosis CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Michael Melkers, DDS, MAGD

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 217/218/219

Repeated on Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 306 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Treatment Planning CDSBC CL

Carlos Quiñonez, DMD, MSc, PhD, FRCD(C)

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 302/303

Repeated on Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 304/305 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Critical Issues, Ethics CDSBC NC

Gary Kadi

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 304/305

Repeated on Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 304/305 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management

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Michael Melkers is a 1994 graduate of Marquette University School of Dentistry and currently serves as Visiting Faculty at Rīga Stradiņš University and The Pankey Institute. Dr. Melkers is a Master of the Academy of General Dentistry and maintains a private clinical practice in Hanover, NH with a focus on comprehensive adult restorative care. Speaker Host: Dr. Peter Liem

Treatment planning and occlusion seem to get relegated and put on hold for those ‘special’ cases and perfect patients. In this program we will explore and discuss the application of communication, treatment planning and occlusion in everyday dentistry and beyond.

Carlos Quiñonez is a dental public health specialist and associate professor at the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto. His research focuses on the politics and economics of dentistry. He is the author of over 200 peer-reviewed publications, and regularly consults with government and non-governmental agencies on issues of dental care policy. Speaker Host: Dr. John Rogers

This session reviews the major public policy issues facing dentistry, including: insurance, provider supply, and competition; corporatization and commercialization; and ethical decision-making in dentistry. The aim is to demonstrate their relevance to clinical practice and organize dentistry.

CDHBC E.1

What Top Dental Entreprenuers Are Doing Differently Now

CE Approval

Learn the latest treatment options in minimally invasive dentistry utilizing silver diamine fluoride (SDF), Glass Ionomer Cement (GIC), and stainless steel crowns, known as Silver Modified Atraumatic Restorative Treatment (SMART) and Hall Technique.

CDHBC N/A

Major Public Policy Issues in Dentistry: Why Do They Matter to You?

CE Approval

Speaker Host: Shawna Gibb

CDHBC C.5 D.6

Case Planning & Occlusion for the Everyday Practice

CE Approval

Jeanette MacLean is a private practice pediatric dentist and owner at Affiliated Children’s Dental Specialists in Glendale, Arizona. She is a Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry and Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. Notably, Dr. MacLean was featured in the New York Times SDF article ‘A Cavity Fighting Liquid Helps Kids Avoid Dentists’ Drills.’

NextLevel Practice is the leader in dental practice management. Recognized as the best in the world at creating happy teams that implement sustainable results. CEO, Author, Documentarian, and Dental Trend Forecaster, Gary Kadi supports Dental CEO’s to navigate change, stay ahead of the curve, and achieve dental practice perfection. Speaker Host: Dr. Kary Taylor

NextLevel Practice is the leading dental education company that specializes in implementing sustainable results. Discover the tools to combine real-time practice data and automated team training to achieve dental practice perfection. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

CDHBC N/A

igne French Wines Explored

Thursday Evening – tickets available at the registration desk


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 7

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

Repeated Morning Presentations You Cannot Not Communicate Jeff Staads

Thursday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC West - Ballroom A VCC West - Ballroom A Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Communication, Personal Development CE Approval

CDSBC PM

Speaker Host: Brenda Siegrist

Take a lighthearted look at the way we communicate. See how communicating with others more effectively can remove the elephants in the room, better solve problems and improve “Attitudes!” It’s interactive and pokes fun at some of the stupid things we do and say (not you, everyone else).

CDHBC B.2

The Naked Truth: What Your Patients Reveal and the Bare Essentials to Healthy Living Uche Odiatu, DMD

Thursday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC West - Ballroom B

Repeated on Friday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC West - Ballroom B

Uche Odiatu is the author of The Miracle of Health, a professional member of the American College of Sports Medicine, an NSCA Certified Personal Trainer, Certified Yoga Instructor and a practicing dentist in Toronto. This busy dad of four is also a Certified Boot Camp Instructor and has lectured in England, Canada, the USA, the Bahamas, Denmark, Bermuda and Norway. Speaker Host: Birgit Gajdos

Your patients don’t leave their stressful jobs, their insomnia, their marriages, their physical fitness (or lack) or their eating habits in the car before they sit in your chair. There’s irrefutable scientific evidence that each of these habits has the ability to ramp up or dial down inflammation.

Learning Pattern: Personal Development General Medicine, Health CE Approval

CDSBC NC

CDHBC A.2 B.2 C.4

Be sure to complete your Session Survey after each presentation. You will be entered to WIN an iPad.

Your opinion matters! Session Surveys can be completed on the PDC App or on our website. (One entry per session survey completed)

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Thursday Open Sessions

Repeated on Thursday, 2:00pm–4:30pm

Jeff Staads began his speaking career training West Point cadets during his active tour of duty as a paratrooper with the U.S. Army’s 82nd Airborne Division. He is a frequent speaker for local, state and national Dental and Medical Associations. Jeff is the creator of a phenomenal program on collections titled, “Get Your ASK In Gear.” His tagline is “Speaking and Training with ATTITUDE!”


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 7

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

Morning Presentations The Art of Aesthetics and Occlusion Todd Snyder, DDS

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Thursday Open Sessions

VCC West - Room 118 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Occlusion/TMD CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Todd Snyder graduated from UCLA and the F.A.C.E. institute. He created/codirected the first two-year graduate program in Aesthetic and Cosmetic Dentistry. An Accredited Fellow of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and member of Catapult Education. He is an author/lecturer, consultant and professional race car driver. He also owns 2 software companies, an online training program known as Legion. Speaker Host: Kristoffer Odulio

Aesthetically pleasing restorations take a lot of effort to place them properly and also to provide proper function with no postoperative problems. The objective of this lecture is to present a predictable and systematic approach to occlusion and aesthetic restoration longevity. Co-sponsored by Catapult Education

Making Sense of the Whitening Craze – Materials and Methods A to Z Marc Geissberger, DDS, MA, BS, CPT

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

VCC West - Room 121/122

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Restorative/Operative Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC C.5

Diagnosis, Treatment Options, and Rehabilitation of Difficult Cases Tom Dudney, DMD

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

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Restorative/Operative Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

CDABC Forum – Management of Traumatic Dental Injuries

Mark Parhar, DMD, MSc. Dip.Endo

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC East - Room 11/12

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Assisting, Trauma Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC NC

CDHBC N/A

CDHBC Forum College of Dental Hygienists of BC

Thursday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC East - Ballroom A Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene CE Approval

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Marc Geissberger graduated from University of the Pacific in 1991 obtaining his dental degree. He immediately returned to the school and has taught for 27 years. From 2000-2015 he served as Department Chair of Restorative Dentistry. Additionally, he is a Certified Personal Trainer. He maintains a private practice focusing on reconstructive and aesthetic dentistry in Greenbrae, California. Speaker Host: Dr. Faranak Zaeimdar

The Whitening Craze continues. This program will attempt to make sense of all of the products and techniques available in today’s market place. The lecture will focus on materials and their applications as well as cost analysis of various systems.

Tom Dudney is a 1977 graduate of University of Alabama in Birmingham School of Dentistry. He has served in the past as the Clinical Director for the Aesthetic Advantage hands-on programs taught by Dr. Larry Rosenthal at New York University and the Eastman Dental Clinic in London. Presently he is the clinical director of the Pacific Aesthetic Continuum (PAC) hands-on programs. Speaker Host: Dr. Mehdi Noroozi

Sometimes the restorative dentist encounters clinical situations that are out of the ordinary and can often be difficult to treatment plan. This lecture will examine several such cases in order to explore treatment options and develop treatment plans often utilizing a multi-disciplinary approach. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

Mark Parhar received his DMD from the UBC Faculty of Dentistry. Dr. Parhar returned to UBC for the Graduate Endodontics program where he received his Diploma in Endodontics and Master’s in Science. Dr. Parhar is currently a member of the medical staff for the Vancouver Canucks. He has been involved in various aspects of sports dentistry such as mouthguard programs and dental trauma management.

This session will give an overview of traumatic dental injuries with an emphasis on case management. The various types of traumatic injuries will be discussed and the diagnosis, clinical management and sequelae will be presented with the goal of aiding management of injuries in the dental office. Presented by Certified Dental Assistants of BC

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 mission of CDHBC is to fulfill our duty to protect the public through regulatory excellence. CDHBC is responsible for establishing, monitoring and enforcing standards that assure safe, ethical and competent dental hygiene care. Presented by College of Dental Hygienists of BC


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 7

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

Morning Presentations Hacking Peri-Implantitis

Preety Desai, DDS, MSc Lasers,

Cert Specialist in Periodontics

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC East - Room 2/3

CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC A.1 D.2

Safety and Simplicity in Root Canal Instrumentation: Myths, Metal and Motion Anne Koch, DMD

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

VCC West - Room 205/206/207 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Speaker Host: Yvonne Smith

This course is designed to explain the benefits of retrospectively identifying cases of peri-implantitis and learning from the experience of various treatments. General dentists, periodontists and hygienists should all find the information provided very valuable and informative. Anne Koch received both her DMD and Certificate in Endodontics from the University of Pennsylvania. The author of more than 150 articles in her prior specialty field, Dr. Koch has presented more than 1000 lectures worldwide. Dr. Koch was CEO and President of Real World Endo. Dr. Koch maintains faculty positions at PENN, Department of Endo as well as serving as a Senior Fellow with Penn Medicine. Speaker Host: Dr. Navreet Khinda

As a result of recent advances in metallurgy, we now have both heat treated and non-heat treated rotary files. They each possess diff. properties and both have indications for use as well as limitations. At Real World Endo, we believe these improvements should be employed to their utmost advantage. Co-sponsored by Brasseler Canada

How to Win the Endodontic Game: Mastering the Three Essential Skills John West,

DDS, MSD

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 211

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

John West received his DDS from the University of Washington where he is an Affiliate Associate Professor. He received his MSD in endodontics at Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine. John is considered one of the premier clinical interdisciplinary endodontists in the world, presenting continuing education across the US and Europe while maintaining a private practice in Tacoma, WA. Speaker Host: Jensina Souter

The fastest way to grow a restorative dental practice is to do more endodontics. But dentists have a built-in dilemma: We also want to do endodontics better and we want it to be simple, efficient, and easy. Endodontist, Dr. John West knows what dentists want and he knows what dentists need. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona Endodontics

Guided Surgery Beyond the Regular Cases David Chong, DDS

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 110

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants, Digital Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Samuel B. Low, DDS, MS, MEd

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 208/209 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Laser Dentistry, Periodontics CDSBC CL

Speaker Host: Dr. Clive Jones

Please consult the PDC website or PDC App for updated information on this presentation. Co-sponsored by Hiossen Implant Canada Inc.

CDHBC N/A

Create Quality Patient Care and Practice Growth With Laser Dynamics

CE Approval

David Chong received his Doctor of Dental Surgery Degree from New York University and later completed their two year Surgical and Prosthetic Implantology Program. He completed his residency at Wyckoff Hospital and Flushing Hospital in New York. Dr. Chong maintains a successful general dentistry practice and serves the community of Queens, NY.

CDHBC D.3

Samuel B. Low is Professor Emeritus, University of Florida, Associate faculty member of the Pankey Institute practice experience in periodontics, lasers and implant placement. He is Past President of the American Academy of Periodontology and was selected Distinguished Alumnus by the University of Texas Dental School, Gordon Christensen Lecturer Award Recognition Award. Speaker Host: Dr. Kenneth (Ken) Donald

From periodontal management to various soft and hard tissue procedures, laser technology creates positive case outcomes. Explore manipulating gingivae for access, aesthetics, and restorative ease. Determine the appropriate laser purchase for your practice. Co-sponsored by BIOLASE

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Thursday Open Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Periodontics

Preety Desai is Board Certified Specialist and the only Periodontist with a Masters Degree in Laser Dentistry from Aachen University in Germany. She has lectured nationally and internationally and is passionate about sharing the PRACTICAL path towards implementing laser technology and best practices into the surgical practice and sharing her experiences.


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 7

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

Morning Presentations ‘SOUND’ BITES Quick, Simple Solutions for Achieving Healthy, Functional Occlusions

Thursday Open Sessions

William E. Lea, DMD

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 221/222

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Occlusion/TMD CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Change Your Thoughts and Improve Your Outcomes Tricia Osuna, RDH, BSDH, FAADH

Thursday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC East - Ballroom C

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Safety/Infection Control CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC C.5 D.6 B.2

William E. Lea graduated from UBC Dental School in 1980. He has been a solo, general practitioner on Salt Spring Island for over 35 years. He has also treated patients requiring full orthopedic and fixed orthodontics for most of that time. He has been diagnosing and treating occlusal problems, reduced function, joint pain and general bite imbalances for the past 15 years. Speaker Host: Dr. Richard Kofsky

A simple, easily-understood, quick and easily-applied way to include occlusal diagnosis and treatment into everyday practise. An explanation of all anyone needs to know about the diagnosis and treatment of most TMD and ‘bite’ issues. A clear criteria for recognizing healthy, functional occlusion. Tricia Osuna is a University of Southern California graduate, Past President and Fellow of the American Academy of Dental Hygiene, Past President of the California Dental Hygienists’ Association with 40 years of dental hygiene experience. An author, clinician, educator, consultant, international presenter, mentor and business owner her passion for dental hygiene radiates in her presentations! Speaker Host: Serina Cunningham

We’ve advanced to a collaborative profession and must embrace changes to identify patient needs. We will discuss protocols and products to aid us towards an improved patient care experience. The process of care requires a comprehension of protocols, products and options and how they are utilized. Co-sponsored by Philips Sonicare Co-sponsored by VOCO Canada, Inc.

Sleep Revolution & Evolution of Dental Sleep Medicine; Why, How & What? Shouresh Charkhandeh, DDS

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 306

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Sleep Apnea CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC C.1 D.4

Shouresh Charkhandeh received his Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) Degree and Bachelor of Medical Sciences from the University of Alberta, Canada. He then furthered his education and training by completing a Research Fellowship in the area of “Sleep and Dental Sleep Medicine” at the University of Antwerp Hospital (UZA), in Antwerp, Belgium. Speaker Host: Loree Christianson

This program will provide an overview of; “Why” dental clinics should have a comprehensive understanding of sleep and airway disorders, and educate their patients; “How” to implement a sleep and airway management program in a dental clinic. “What” is involved in helping patients with sleep disorders. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

Ground Zero; Strengthening Your Practice From The Operatory Out David J. Ahearn, BS Biology from Tufts University; DDS from Michigan

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 119/120 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Ergonomics, Practice Management CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office Peter Nkansah, MSc, DDS, Dip. Anaes, Specialist in Dental Anaesthesia (Ontario)

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC East - Room 1

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Pharmacology, Emergency Medicine CE Approval

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CDHBC D.7

David Ahearn is first and foremost a full time practicing dentist whose offices rank among the nation’s most productive practices. Dr. Ahearn has held faculty positions at both the University of Michigan and NYU’s College of Dentistry, and was a founding member of the ADA’s Ergonomics Subcommittee. He frequently lectures and contributed to ADA’s current Practical Guide to Dental Office Design. Speaker Host: Kristin Nickells

Creating a lean, productivity-oriented dental environment gives the dentist additional time and resources – making it easier to address system/process problems and larger business concerns. In this lecture, Dr. Ahearn provides valuable solutions to the true pain points that restrict practice growth. Peter Nkansah is a certified specialist in Dental Anaesthesia. He maintains a private practice in Toronto and is an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto. He is also a course director for various continuing education courses and Advanced Cardiac Life Support. Peter is a member of the editorial board for the dental journal Oral Health. Speaker Host: Melody Weimer

Medical emergencies can happen anywhere, but if they occur in our offices we are responsible for providing care. In this in interactive session, we will discuss common and should-know medical emergencies. By the end of the session, we will be able to assess and treat most office-based emergencies


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 7

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

Morning Presentations The CDSPI New Dentist Advice Tour CDSPI Presents

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 220

CE Approval

CDSBC NE

CDHBC N/A

Clear on Codes: How to Protect Yourself from Insurance Audits Tim Gould, BDS, PhD, DipPerio Patti-Anne Jones, DDS, MBA

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 202/203/204 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approval

CDSBC PM

CDHBC F.2

Get the knowledge you need in the early years of practise. Learn how to achieve a thriving practice and healthy life with advice from 5 experts: a Certified Financial Planner® professional, an insurance advisor, a malpractice lawyer, an accountant and a physiotherapist.

Thursday Open Sessions

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

CDSPI is a non-profit organization providing quality insurance, investment and other programs meeting the specific needs of the Canadian dental profession and has as members the Canadian Dental Association and nine provincial dental associations and the territories.

Sponsored by CDSPI

Prior to joining the BCDA, Tim Gould practiced in solo and large group practice environments both as a general practitioner and as a periodontist. In addition, Tim has held the position of Associate Professor both full-time and part-time at the Faculty of Dentistry, University of British Columbia. Patti-Anne Jones received her DDS from the University of Western Ontario and MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business. She brings more than 20 years of clinical practice, as well as industry experience in marketing and business development, to the BCDA. Dr. Jones continues to practice as a GP dentist.

Due to popular demand, the BC Dental Association is presenting its Clear on Codes course again! Insurance audits have become a key concern for dentists in BC. This course focuses on the insurance audit process, and steps dentists can take to protect themselves from being a target for audit. Presented by British Columbia Dental Association

Repeated Afternoon Presentations The Wow Factor: Tips and Tricks Every Auxiliary Must Know

Ellen Gambardella, CDA, RDA, FADAA, MEd

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC East - Room 11/12

Repeated on Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 211

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Assisting CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Derek Salisbury, firefighter/paramedic/HAZMAT tech

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

Repeated Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 211 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Emergency Medicine, Health CDSBC CL

Speaker Host: Megan McEwen

This informative and fast-paced lecture is designed to empower you with dental tips and tricks you need to know. Enhance your skills in: infection control, equipment maintenance, impression-taking, mixing cements,whitening, laboratory procedures, marketing, communication and much more.

CDHBC A.1 B.2 C.5

Street Drug Awareness for Dental Professionals

CE Approval

Ellen Gambardella was selected as the “Most Effective Dental Assistant Educator in the US” in a nationwide search. Recipient of “Teacher of the Year” award by the Massachusetts Dental Society; the Goldin Foundation Award for Excellence in Education; and the Dr. LeClaire Dental Health Professional Award for innovative and impassioned teaching. Ellen is an author and lectures nationally and internationally.

Derek Salisbury is a career firefighter/paramedic for the past 17 years working at some of the busiest fire stations in Canada. Drawing from his experience, Derek has lectured at the CDABC AGM, the catholic school district, and countless community created events with a focus on what current drugs are in our communities.

Speaker Host: Savannah Ball

Has the fentanyl crisis touched you or someone you know? Have you had someone pre-dose themselves then come to your office? What does that person look like? Our goal with this lecture is to review the current drug trends in metro vancouver and how they relate to the dental profession and your family

CDHBC F.1

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Open Sessions

Thursday, March 7

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

Repeated Afternoon Presentations Cancer Patient Management and the Hesitant Dental Team

Zia Poonja is Medical Oncologist at BC Cancer Vancouver Island Center. He is the head of lung cancer in Victoria and also treats breast and oropharyngeal cancers. In addition to his clinical practice, he conducts research and is a clinical instructor with the UBC Faculty of Medicine. Dr. Poonja completed his internal medicine residency at the University of Alberta and his medical oncology fellowship at UBC.

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

David Yang is the Provincial Practice Leader in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery for BC Cancer. He overseas oral surgical care for approximately 500 cancer patients yearly, many of whom present with unique oral issues associated with radiation, chemotherapy and tumor resection. He is involved in clinical research, and is a coauthor for the Oral Care Manual for the Cancer Patient.

Thursday Open Sessions

Zia Poonja, BSc, MD, FRCPC David Yang, DDS, FRCD(C) VCC West - Room 211

Repeated on Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC East - Room 8/15 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC D.4

Function, Parafunction and What the Function: Forces That Threaten Our Success Michael Melkers, DDS, MAGD

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 217/218/219

Repeated on Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 208/209 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Treatment Planning CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Tricia Osuna, RDH, BSDH, FAADH

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

Repeated on Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC East - Room 2/3 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Ergonomics, Dental Hygiene CDSBC CL

CDHBC D.3

Inflammation 911: French Fries, Flossing and Fitness Uche Odiatu, DMD

Thursday, 2:00pm–4:30pm VCC West - Ballroom B

Repeated on Friday, 2:00pm–4:30pm VCC West - Ballroom B Learning Pattern: Personal Development General Medicine, Health CE Approval

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Cancer patients instill much hesitation for the treating dental team, and rightfully so, as prior radiotherapy, IV bisphosphonate exposure and chemotherapy all pose unique challenges. We dispel the myths and summarize key take-away points to help you manage your cancer patient with confidence. Michael Melkers is a 1994 graduate of Marquette University School of Dentistry and currently serves as Visiting Faculty at Rīga Stradiņš University and The Pankey Institute. Dr. Melkers is a Master of the Academy of General Dentistry and maintains a private clinical practice in Hanover, NH with a focus on comprehensive adult restorative care. Speaker Host: Dr. Peter Liem

Failure visits our practices in many forms and on many materials. In this session we will explore the forces that threaten our success and what options we have to address them. Occlusion can be one of the driest and most confusing of subjects. It is however one of the most, if not THE most critical aspect of diagnosis and treatment planning when it comes to the longevity of the restorative dentistry that we provide for our patients.

CDHBC N/A

No Pain, No Gain

CE Approval

Speaker Host: Grace Manaog

Tricia Osuna is a University of Southern California graduate, Past President and Fellow of the American Academy of Dental Hygiene, Past President of the California Dental Hygienists’ Association with 40 years of dental hygiene experience. An author, clinician, educator, consultant, international presenter, mentor and business owner her passion for dental hygiene radiates in her presentations! Speaker Host: Serina Cunningham

We will review ergonomics,repetitive motion problems, operatory design instrument utilization/design/selection, sharpening skills/ options and other issues. A clinician’s ability to identify ergonomic issues is directly related to improved patient care. Co-sponsored by Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. Co-sponsored by Q-Optics

Uche Odiatu is the author of The Miracle of Health, a professional member of the American College of Sports Medicine, an NSCA Certified Personal Trainer, Certified Yoga Instructor and a practicing dentist in Toronto. This busy dad of four is also a Certified Boot Camp Instructor and has lectured in England, Canada, the USA, the Bahamas, Denmark, Bermuda and Norway. Speaker Host: Birgit Gajdos

Do your patients have the guts to douse the flames of inflammation? Your patient’s gut flora make the most powerful anti-inflammatory agents in the body when fed key nutrients. Learn what impacts gut integrity: antibiotics, jet lag, fast food, artificial sweeteners and what we dental pros can do!

CDHBC A.1 A.2

igne French Wines Explored

Thursday Evening – tickets available at the registration desk


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 7

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

Afternoon Presentations Realistic Esthetic Materials Guide George Freedman, DDS, FAACD, FACD, FADI, FADFE

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Speaker Host: Dr. Warrick Yu

Topics covered: Adhesion-6th & 7th generations; Eliminating sensitivity; Composites; 2-step posterior restorations; Impression materials; 1-step cements; Innovative preparation burs; Maintaining restorations in office and at home; Glass ionomer and caries prevention techniques; and much more. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

The Oral Cavity Under Acid: Identifying, Understanding and Treating Caries and Erosion Marc Geissberger, DDS, MA, BS, CPT

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 121/122 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Restorative/Operative Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Lou Graham, DDS

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

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Restorative/Operative Dentistry CDSBC CL

Speaker Host: Dr. Faranak Zaeimdar

Through this enlightening program, he will discuss various disease conditions that plaque the entire dental population, and identify several at risk populations. The importance of oral pH will be discussed and strategies for altering an unfavorable oral environment will be outlined.

CDHBC A.2 D.6

The Challenges in Restorative Dentistry

CE Approval

Marc Geissberger graduated from University of the Pacific in 1991 obtaining his dental degree. He immediately returned to the school and has taught for 27 years. From 2000-2015 he served as Department Chair of Restorative Dentistry. Additionally, he is a Certified Personal Trainer. He maintains a private practice focusing on reconstructive and aesthetic dentistry in Greenbrae, California.

CDHBC N/A

Lou Graham is an internationally recognized lecturer extensively involved in continuing education for dental professionals, focusing on incorporating current clinical advancements through conservative dentistry. He is a graduate of Emory Dental School. He is the founder of Catapult Education and enjoys private practice in Chicago, Illinois - Hyde Park. Speaker Host: Dr. Ebenezer Boaz

Those daily questions…what to do in this clinical situation? This fast-paced 3-hour 100% clinical course will tackle some of those QUESTIONS! Using the latest diagnostics and technologies to guide us in treating cracked teeth, posts, pulp capping, and options in implant restorations and much more. Co-sponsored by Catapult Education

Posterior Direct Restorations – Contacts, Complications, Cosmetics and Occlusion Todd Snyder, DDS

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 202/203/204 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Restorative/Operative Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Todd Snyder graduated from UCLA and the F.A.C.E. institute. He created/codirected the first two-year graduate program in Aesthetic and Cosmetic Dentistry. An Accredited Fellow of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and member of Catapult Education. He is an author/lecturer, consultant and professional race car driver. He also owns 2 software companies, an online training program known as Legion. Speaker Host: Kristoffer Odulio

The emphasis of this course is unlike any other course on direct restorative materials is to simplify the process and to avoid complications by addressing them before they happen. This course will discuss diagnosis, treatment planning, adhesives, material placement, sectional rings, and occlusion. Co-sponsored by Catapult Education

Be sure to complete your Session Survey after each presentation. You will be entered to WIN an iPad.

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Thursday Open Sessions

VCC West - Room 220

George Freedman is a founder and past president, AACD; co-founder, CAED. Author or co-author of 12 textbooks, including “Contemporary Esthetic Dentistry” and 700+ articles. An internationally recognized lecturer, he was awarded NYU College of Dentistry’s Irwin Smigel Prize in Aesthetic Dentistry. Dr. Freedman is a Regent of the International Academy for Dental Facial Esthetics and practices in Toronto.


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 7

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

Afternoon Presentations Creating The Ultimate Doctor-Patient Hygiene Exam Karen Davis, RDH, BSDH

Thursday Open Sessions

Thursday, 2:00pm–4:30pm VCC East - Ballroom B

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Periodontics, Technology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC F.2

Dental Implant Maintenance – Current Considerations and Recommendations for RDH Marianne Dryer, RDH, MEd

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC East - Room 2/3

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Technology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC D.2 D.3 D.6

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New Benefit

Member & Family Assistance Program Counselling Coaching

Online Resources Visit CDHA at booth #248 Learn more at cdha.ca/Homewood

Karen Davis is founder of Cutting Edge Concepts®, an international continuing education company. She practices dental hygiene in Dallas, Texas. Karen is an accomplished author and a member of the American Academy of Oral and Systemic Health, and American Dental Hygienists’ Association. Dentistry Today consistently recognizes Karenas a “Top Clinician In Continuing Education” each year. Speaker Host: Don Cundiff

Dental hygienists and dentists are in a unique position to identify numerous conditions, such as: sleep disordered breathing, oral cancer, mouth breathing, periodontal infection and reflux. Discover the synergy of providing powerful education and enrolling patients into optimal treatment. Marianne Dryer is a speaker, clinical educator and corporate consultant in curriculum development. She has lectured nationally and internationally on periodontal instrumentation with a focus on ultrasonic technique, risk assessment, infection prevention and pain management. Speaker Host: Lynette Cramen

This course will examine current research around implant mucositis, peri-implantitis and etiological factors. Recommended instrumentation choices for debridement along with chemotherapeutic considerations will be discussed as well as strategies for compliance with individualized home care regimens. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 7

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

Afternoon Presentations Predictable, Practical – Digital Dentistry’s Triple Threat Jeff Sumner, Hon. BSc., DDS

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Digital Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Digital dentistry - simple, and practical. Digital dentistry should not be limited to single crowns. Many dentists feel that doing multiple or aesthetic cases should always be sent to a lab. With advances in technology and new materials in CAD/CAM dentistry, this is no longer the case. Co-sponsored by Vita North America

The Evolution of CBCT from a Diagnostic to a Treatment Tool Vishal Sharma, DMD Michael Parchewsky, DMD, FAGD

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 208/209 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Digital Dentistry, Radiology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Vishal Sharma graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in 2004. He is the sole owner of 3 busy, high tech dental offices in downtown Calgary. He serves as a KOL for Dentsply Sirona on their CBCT technology, the Joint Movement Tracking Articulator, and Guided Endodontic Function. Dr Sharma is a Cerec Doctors Mentor, and serves as Henry Schein Canada’s primary Cerec Instructor. A KOL/Beta Tester for Dentsply Sirona, KOL for Zephyr, and implant mentor for Straumann, Michael Parchewsky completed his DMD at the University of Saskatchewan. Having completed an OMFS Fellowship at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, he focuses on CAD/CAM and 3D CBCT for implants, TMJ, restorative, and sleep dentistry. Dr. Parchewsky provides oral surgery and IV sedation in his Calgary practice. Speaker Host: Dr. Curtis Soong

This presentation will discuss the rationale around incorporating CBCT in your office to expand your clinical services predictably and accurately using an entirely digital workflow. Also covered: the integration of Cerec, the Joint Movement Tracker (JMT) and the MatrX as potential future additions. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

Endodontics 101: A Complete Walkthrough for General Dentists Mahmoud Ektefaie, DMD, MSc, Cert Endo, FRCD(C)

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 205/206/207 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Guided Sinus Augmentation and Guided Mini For Narrow Ridge Cases David Chong, DDS

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 110

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants, Digital Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Mahmoud Ektefaie received his DMD from University of British Columbia in 2003 and his Certificate in Endodontics and MSc in Oral Biology from Temple University in 2008. He maintains a full-time endodontic practice (VanEndo) in Vancouver and he is also a part-time clinical instructor at UBC Graduate Endodontics Program. Speaker Host: Dr. Randy Patch

Achieving success in endodontics does not depend on specific techniques or utilizing certain materials. This evidence-based lecture, through a series of detailed photos and procedural videos, will demonstrate the essential steps in initial endodontic treatment. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona Endodontics

David Chong received his Doctor of Dental Surgery Degree from New York University and later completed their two year Surgical and Prosthetic Implantology Program. He completed his residency at Wyckoff Hospital and Flushing Hospital in New York. Dr. Chong maintains a successful general dentistry practice and serves the community of Queens, NY. Speaker Host: Dr. Clive Jones

Using a computer-guided system requires longer and more expensive pre-operative work-up of a patient. But using a well-planned and well-fabricated surgical template will reduce clinician’s anxiety, time, and stress during the actual surgical procedure especially restorative phase of the treatment. Co-sponsored by Hiossen Implant Canada Inc.

Complete Pacific Dental Conference information available at www.pdconf.com

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Thursday Open Sessions

VCC West - Room 221/222

Jeff Sumner, a President’s Scholar and Canada Scholar at the University of Guelph, received his DDS from University of Toronto in 1997. He has been a “Digital Dentist” since 2010. Jeff is one of 10 Canadian Mentors who teaches CEREC dentistry, implants and orthodontic technology across Canada and the US. He has mastered and simplified the digital workflow to maximize clinical efficiency and profitability.


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 7

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

Afternoon Presentations What in the World is Bioactivity and How Can I Use it?

Fay Goldstep has lectured nationally and internationally on Proactive/Minimal Intervention Dentistry, Soft-Tissue Lasers, Electronic Caries Detection, Healing Dentistry and Innovations in Hygiene. She has been a contributing author to four textbooks and has published more than 60 articles. She sits on multiple editorial boards including Oral Health Journal (healing/preventive dentistry).

Fay Goldstep, DDS, FACD, FADI, FADFE

Thursday Open Sessions

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Dr. Cecilia Ng

VCC West - Room 215/216

Bioactive materials are all the buzz. What are they? Are they better? Are technique changes needed? All you need to know: remineralization, restoratives, cements—materials that actually heal and repair PLUS perio techniques that biostimulate and stop inflammation. The time has come!

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Materials/Techniques CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC C.5 D.6

Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

Evidence-Based Dentistry: Decision Making in an Era of Patient Centered Care

Ben Balevi received degrees in engineering and dentistry from McGill University, and a graduate degree in Evidence-Based Healthcare from the University of Oxford. He has presented internationally and has many peer-reviewed publications to his credit. Ben is the recipient of the Evidence-Based Dentistry–Practice Award granted by the ADA and the IADR. Ben is a full time solo-private practitioner.

Ben Balevi, B.Eng, DDS, DipEBHC (Oxford), MSc.

Speaker Host:

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

In this age of patient-center care, the profession relationship between the patient and the oral healthcare professional is one of shared decision making. This presentation reviews the process and skill sets required of an evidence-based clinical practice to help patients make informed decision.

VCC West - Room 118 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Critical Issues CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC E.3

Cost Effective Office Design

David Ahearn is first and foremost a full time practicing dentist whose offices rank among the nation’s most productive practices. Dr. Ahearn has held faculty positions at both the University of Michigan and NYU’s College of Dentistry, and was a founding member of the ADA’s Ergonomics Subcommittee. He frequently lectures and contributed to ADA’s current Practical Guide to Dental Office Design.

David J. Ahearn, BS Biology; DDS

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 119/120

Speaker Host: Kristin Nickells

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Ergonomics, Practice Management CE Approval

CDSBC PM

You can create a beautiful, comfortable and highly productive practice on a budget that works for YOU. Save space, reduce cost and streamline workflows through smarter design strategies – all while increasing the sense of spaciousness in your practice and improving the patient experience.

CDHBC N/A

Conscious Sedation for Dentistry

Peter Nkansah is a certified specialist in Dental Anaesthesia. He maintains a private practice in Toronto and is an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto. He is also a course director for various continuing education courses and Advanced Cardiac Life Support. Peter is a member of the editorial board for the dental journal Oral Health.

Peter Nkansah, MSc, DDS, Dip. Anaes,

Specialist in Dental Anaesthesia (Ontario)

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Melody Weimer

VCC East - Room 1

Dental anxiety is a significant barrier to receiving proper dental care. This interactive session will review the pharmacology of conscious sedation drugs as well as how to use them safely and effectively.

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Pharmacology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC D.1

PDC Lab Expo Saturday, March 9 VCC West – Ballroom A/B

Exhibits 8:00am – 3:00pm Lunch 11:30am – 12:30pm Official conference of the:

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Thursday Evening – tickets available at the registration desk


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 7

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

Afternoon Presentations Staff Recruitment, Retention & the Office Manager Cheryl Landrigan, APR Angela McGowan Pacific Rim - Emerald Ballroom ABC Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approval

CDSBC PM

CDHBC F.2

Thursday Open Sessions

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Cheryl Landrigan is BCDA’s Director of Communications & Member Education. Cheryl’s leadership and knowledge on effective communication and reputation management strategies is highly regarded in and outside BC. With over 11 years at BCDA, she’s spearheaded many new programs, projects and practice resources and is a sought-after speaker at UBC Dental School and dental meetings across BC. Angela McGowan is a Practice Advisor with the BC Dental Association. She advises members and their staff on topics and issues such as employment standards, regulation, insurance and practice management. She is also a mediator assisting in disputes between patients and dentists.

Office managers play a critical and integral role in the operation of any dental practice. Multi-generation staff teams with a wide range of individual conflicts can pose a real challenge! In this interactive workshop we’ll hit on some common problems, and provide practical tips and strategies for office managers to succeed at retaining and recruiting staff in today’s competitive labour market. Presented by British Columbia Dental Association

Performing Under Pressure Saul Miller, PhD (clinical psychology)

Thursday, 2:00pm–4:30pm VCC East - Ballroom A

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication, Health, Personal Development CE Approval

CDSBC PM

CDHBC N/A

What’s My Practice Worth? How Can I Make It Worth More? Don Murdoch, CPA, CA Ron Smith, BSc, DDS

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 306 Learning Pattern: Personal Development Finance/Practice Transition CE Approval

CDSBC NE

CDHBC N/A

For over 3 decades Saul Miller has worked with some of the world’s top performers in sport, business, health care, and the arts to enhance performance, and well-being. Dr. Miller has a PhD in clinical psychology. He combines Eastern and Western approaches to optimizing performance. He is author of 8 books including: Performing Under Pressure and Why Teams Win: 9 Keys to Success. Speaker Host: Dr. Lanny Donald

This interactive program distills the essence of Dr. Miller’s work with elite performers in business, sport, health care & the arts. We’re all performers. Many techniques he uses to help CEOs, Surgeons, Dentists, golfers, pitchers, musicians apply to us. The program explores Focus, Power, Attitude. Don Murdoch is the Leader of MNP’s Professionals Services team in BC. Based out of MNP’s Kelowna office, Don focuses on healthcare professionals and other high net worth clients. He has been working with Medical and Dental Professionals for more than 25 years, working closely with them to develop sound strategies to ensure their long-term success. Ron Smith has enjoyed a career in dentistry that included serving as President of the Canadian Dental Association and of the College of Dental Surgeons of BC and served as Economics Chairman for the BCDA. He has been involved with the purchase, sale, and development of numerous practices and is familiar with the multitude of economic factors impacting a dental practice.

Are you planning to buy or sell a dental practice in preparation for a successful transition? Whether you are a purchaser or a vendor, this seminar is for you! Our experts will guide you through the process of successfully transitioning into or out of a practice. Presented by Tier Three Brokerage Ltd.

Tax Reform Implications and Investment Strategies For Dental Professionals John Nicola, CFP, CLU, CHFC

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

VCC West - Room 302/303 Learning Pattern: Personal Development Finance/Practice Transition CE Approval

CDSBC NE

CDHBC N/A

John Nicola provides strategic leadership to Nicola Wealth Management, exercising his passion for providing innovative solutions to clients’ complex problems. His areas of expertise include investment management, estate and financial planning, as well as business planning with a focus on best practices for wealth building, exit strategies, and shareholder agreements. Speaker Host: Joan Kovacik

In this presentation John will introduce dental professionals to investment strategies that go beyond stocks and bonds, and will demonstrate the integrated possibilities of true wealth management. Also recent Canadian Federal tax reform, offering strategies on how to combat restrictions on paying dividends to family members, potential loss of the small business deduction limit, and new restrictions on recovering refundable corporate taxes (RDTOH). Presented by Nicola Wealth Management

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Inside the Exhibit Hall Today

Friday, March 8

Live Dentistry Stage 10th Season Friday Demonstrations take place on the west side of the Exhibit Hall.

9:00am–10:30am

Friday Live Dentistry Stage

Building Teeth Using Composite, Bulk Fill and Fibers Peter Walford, DDS, FCARDP Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics CE Approval CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

11:15am–1:15pm

Live Demonstration: Palatal Tissue vs. Dermal Graft Substitutes for Root Coverage Sonia Leziy, DDS, Dipl Perio,

Peter Walford mentors study clubs and online study groups in Composite Resin and Adhesive Prosthodontics technique. He has presented for UBC-CE, BCDA, PDC Live Stage and dental meetings across Canada, and published in several dental journals. His website www. peterwalforddentistry.com provides details and references for progressive, effective methods drawn from 40 years of practice.

Fractured cusps and saggital fractures are routinely seen in general practice when large amalgams fail. What can we do when budgetary restraints exclude crown treatment? How do we place a large composite without excessive time? How do we overcome the clinical challenges of matrix, isolation,hemorrhage,pulpal comfort, curing,contraction,finishing and articulation? How do we routinely provide an attractive, functional, comfortable restoration that does not fail prematurely or create other practice headaches? Solutions to these problems will be shown.

Sonia Leziy, periodontist, practices in North Vancouver BC. Clinical associate professor@University of British Columbia. Awards: Lucy Hobbs Award, Saul Schluger Award; Dentistry Today - leader in continuing education. Executive VP Clinical Affairs Seattle Study Club. Member several editorial boards. International lecturer. Expertise implants, digital dentistry, perio-plastic surgery.

FCDS(BC), FRCD(C)

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants, Periodontics CE Approval CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

2:00pm–4:00pm

Surgical Options for Peri-Implantitis and Other Implant Complications Ho-Young Chung, DDS Dmitriy Ivanov, DDS Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants, Oral Surgery CE Approval CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

This session will review two common perio-plastic procedures used to augment keratinized tissue and volume around teeth: 1. Minimally invasive palatal connective tissue grafts vs. 2. Human tissue allografts applied with tunneling methods. Technique differences to apply connective tissue and acellular dermal grafts, pros and cons of these options, where they are indicated and what can be accomplished will be reviewed. A literature-based discussion of current protocols and material options will be presented to help participants understand why ‘a one-size fits all’ approach to treatment is not appropriate.

Ho-Young Chung has a referral-based practice in Kamloops, BC, limited to surgery and implant dentistry. He is a Faculty Instructor at Bites Institute (Burnaby, BC) and has performed live implant surgery at the 2016 PDC and was also a Stage Presenter at the 2017 PDC. He lectures across Canada on GBR, Immediate Implant Therapy, Implant Overdentures, and Implant Complications. Dmitriy Ivanov is a specialist in Periodontics with a focus on the treatment of periodontal disease, hard and soft tissue augmentation and dental implantology. He received his dental training from UCLA and Periodontics training from UCLA/VA Hospital. His residency had emphasis on medically compromised patients, full-mouth rehabilitation patients, interdisciplinary Perio-Prosthodontics cases.

Dental implants have been widely accepted as often the first choice in replacing missing teeth due to its high SURVIVAL RATE. However, long-term SUCCESS RATE of dental implants has been questioned due to the differences in criteria between SURVIVAL and SUCCESS RATE. A current debate exists for causes and treatment of Peri-Implantitis as well as Other Implant Complications. A literature review as well as clinical cases will be presented to the audience. Live surgery will be performed on an ailing or failing implant case with a discussion of treatment options. Sponsored by

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


PRODUCT STAGE

Presentations take place in Lounge 3 on the east side of the Exhibit Hall

Friday, March 8

TBA

3Shape creates 3D scanning and CAD/CAM software solutions. Awardwinning technology that enables dental and hearing professionals to treat more people, more effectively and with improved care. Company headquarters are in Copenhagen, Denmark.

3Shape

Friday, 11:15am–11:45am

Please consult the PDC website or PDC App for updated information on this presentation.

Philips Sonicare

Friday, 12:00pm–12:30pm

We all are aware of the association between inflammation in the mouth and the rest of the body. Your clients’ ability to manage biofilm on a daily basis is critical to keeping inflammation in all areas of the body under control. Learn about Philips’ solutions for biofilm management to help improve your clients’ health.

10 Tips To Promote Online Growth For Your Dental Practice uwwweb Inc.

Friday, 12:45pm–1:15pm

Friday Product Stage

From its number one Dental Professional recommended Sonicare toothbrush to Philips Zoom! whitening systems, Philips provides dental professionals with advanced solutions designed to meet their patient’s specific needs and empowers consumers to achieve superior oral health.

Biofilm Busters!

uwwweb specializes in helping new and existing dental practices to establish an online presence. We understand that you have little free time, why spend that time with the complexities of the online world. We take care of the basics, so you can do what you do best.

Meet uwwweb website design and marketing experts and discover the advancements in online marketing. Learn more about the strategy behind the design, SEO, domains, directories, and emails. Learn why top dental practices work with us. Leave it to us, we gotchu’!

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 8

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

Robert Hicks Memorial Lecture

Friday Open Sessions

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.

Tooth Preserving Dentistry: Take it to the Next Level! Direct Restorations Richard Young, DDS

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am continues 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 212/213/214 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Richard Young practices minimally invasive dentistry and co-directs the D3 aesthetics program at LLUSD. His interest in dental photography and adhesive dentistry spans the last 33 years, and recognized internationally for his expertise in both. His innovative and practical methods have inspired countless colleagues to adopt both photography and advanced adhesive dentistry into their practices. Speaker Host: Dr. Peter Liem

This course will review, in a real world “wet fingered” dentist’s way, some of the techniques, materials, and key research, behind 33 years of advanced adhesive dentistry. It will help you take indirect tooth preserving dentistry to the next level. Learn - The technique for IDS (Immediate Dentin Sealing) - a major advancements in adhesion dentistry; How to combine IDS with injection molded composites; How to preserve severely broken down teeth with direct injection molded composite.

All Day Presentations Prosthodontics in the 21st Century: Techniques, Materials and More Effrat (Effie) Habsha, BSc, DDS, Dip Prostho., MSc, FRCD (C)

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am continues 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 224 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Digital Dentistry, Digital Imaging, Implants, Fixed & Removable Prosthodontics, Materials/Techniques CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Manor Haas, DDS, Cert. Endo., MSc(D), FRCD(C)

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am continues 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 202/203/204 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics

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CDSBC CL

Speaker Host: Dr. Miral Hassan

The course will provide insights in achieving predictable and aesthetic outcomes with porcelain veneers, partial and full coverage restorations. It will also review the most recent advances in digital dentistry. A review of all ceramic materials, impression materials and cements will be presented. Co-sponsored by Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc.

CDHBC N/A

Endo for GPs: Better, Faster & Safer (How and with What Tools)

CE Approval

Effrat (Effie) Habsha earned her DDS, Dip. Prostho and MSc from the University of Toronto. She is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Department of Dentistry, University of Rochester and instructs at the undergraduate and graduate level in Prosthodontics at U of T. She lectures both nationally and internationally on various Prosthodontic topics and maintains a private practice in Toronto.

CDHBC N/A

Manor Haas is extensively involved in continuing education to dentists and has lectured and provided workshops internationally. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Dentists of Canada and is on staff at the University of Toronto and the Hospital for Sick Children. He maintains a full-time endodontic practice in Toronto. He is a regular contributor to dental journals, websites and blogs. Speaker Host: Dr. Michael Sha

Learn how, you can absolutely perform root canals better, faster and safer. Many clinical tips and tricks will be demonstrated and tailored to GPs. Topics will include endo diagnosis, anesthesia of hot teeth, endo access, instrumentation/obturation, analgesics and antibiotics, 1 vs 2 step endo. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona Endodontics

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 8

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

All Day Presentations Immediate Anterior and Posterior Implant Dentistry

Mark H.E. Lin graduated from University of Detroit Mercy for his dental program. He competed his postgraduate training in the specialty of Prosthodontics at the University Of Toronto. He was a former “Assistant Professor” at the faculty of Dentistry at University of Toronto. He maintains a full time specialty practice as a Prosthodontist at Dr. Mark Lin Prosthodontic Centre.

Mark Lin, BSc., DDS, MSc. (Prosthodontics), FRCD(C)

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am continues 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Dr. Reid Ketcher

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Repeated Morning Presentations Geriatric Dentistry: The Fastest Growing Demographic in Dentistry

Lou Graham is an internationally recognized lecturer extensively involved in continuing education for dental professionals, focusing on incorporating current clinical advancements through conservative dentistry. He is a graduate of Emory Dental School. He is the founder of Catapult Education and enjoys private practice in Chicago, Illinois - Hyde Park.

Lou Graham, DDS

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dr. William Cliffe

VCC West - Room 109

As Dentistry continues to change, so do the needs of our patients entering their later decades of life. This course covers diagnostic and clinical approaches that are required to customize our care for this growing population.

Repeated from Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 109

Co-sponsored by Catapult Education

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Restorative/Operative Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC D.2

The Wow Factor: Tips and Tricks Every Auxiliary Must Know

Ellen Gambardella was selected as the “Most Effective Dental Assistant Educator in the US” in a nationwide search. Recipient of “Teacher of the Year” award by the Massachusetts Dental Society; the Goldin Foundation Award for Excellence in Education; and the Dr. LeClaire Dental Health Professional Award for innovative and impassioned teaching. Ellen is an author and lectures nationally and internationally.

Ellen Gambardella, CDA, RDA, FADAA, MEd

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 211

Speaker Host: Mel Black

Repeated from Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

This informative and fast-paced lecture is designed to empower you with dental tips and tricks you need to know. Enhance your skills in: infection control, equipment maintenance, impression-taking, mixing cements,whitening, laboratory procedures, marketing, communication and much more.

VCC East - Room 11/12

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Assisting CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC A.1 B.2 C.5

Legend for Continuing Education Credits for CDSBC CL Clinical Dental PM Dental Practice Management NC Non-Clinical Dental

DME

Dental/Medical Emergencies

Legend for Continuing Education Credits for CDHBC (see page 8 for detailed QAP Content Category Codes) A Biological Sciences B Social Sciences C Dental Sciences D Clinical Practice E Community

NE

F

Not Eligible Professional Issues

N/A

Not Assigned

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Friday Open Sessions

There are benefits with immediate anterior and posterior implant placement as compared with traditional staged approach. Case selection, surgical parameters and anterior provisionalization will be reviewed in detail. Scientific validation where possible will support the didactic lecture material.

VCC West - Room 110


Open Sessions

Friday, March 8

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

Repeated Morning Presentations Dental Assisting 101 Back to Basics Tija Hunter, CDA, EFDA, CDIA, CDSO, MADAA

Friday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC East - Ballroom B

Friday Open Sessions

Repeated on Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC West - Room 211 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Assisting CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Karen Davis, RDH, BSDH

Friday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC East - Ballroom C

Repeated from Thursday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC East - Ballroom B Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Periodontics, Technology CDSBC CL

Speaker Host: Megan Hasselbach

Hands down, this is a “back to the basics” course, taking us back to some of the things we may of forgotten about. We have a tendency to get complacent and forget some of the things that are most important. Join us as we have a fun time, re-discovering some great ways to improve our practices!

CDHBC N/A

Sweet Tooth Obsession & Its Impact on Oral & Systemic Health

CE Approval

Tija Hunter has more than 37 years of dental experience. She is office manager and chairside assistant to Dr. Eric Hurtte of O’Fallon Missouri. Top 25 Women in Dentistry/2015 by DPR Magazine. Contributor to DPR, Dental Economics Magazines, and Ignite DA. Director of the Dental Careers Institute and author of seven CE study courses.

Karen Davis is founder of Cutting Edge Concepts®, an international continuing education company. She practices dental hygiene in Dallas, Texas. Karen is an accomplished author and a member of the American Academy of Oral and Systemic Health, and American Dental Hygienists’ Association. Dentistry Today consistently recognizes Karen as a “Top Clinician In Continuing Education” each year. Speaker Host: Barbara Lee

Sugary drinks do more than contribute to caries and erosion. Sugar is pro-inflammatory and contributes to obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and even cognitive decline. Learn how to help patients re-claim their health with healthy alternatives.

CDHBC A.2 D.6

Cancer Patient Management and the Hesitant Dental Team

Zia Poonja is Medical Oncologist at BC Cancer Vancouver Island Center. He is the head of lung cancer in Victoria and also treats breast and oropharyngeal cancers. In addition to his clinical practice, he conducts research and is a clinical instructor with the UBC Faculty of Medicine. Dr. Poonja completed his internal medicine residency at the University of Alberta and his medical oncology fellowship at UBC.

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

David Yang is the Provincial Practice Leader in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery for BC Cancer. He overseas oral surgical care for approximately 500 cancer patients yearly, many of whom present with unique oral issues associated with radiation, chemotherapy and tumor resection. He is involved in clinical research, and is a coauthor for the Oral Care Manual for the Cancer Patient.

Zia Poonja, BSc, MD, FRCPC David Yang, DDS, FRCD(C) VCC East - Room 8/15

Repeated from Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 211 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC D.4

Back in Black: Expand Your Knowledge of Silver Diamine Fluoride Jeanette MacLean, DDS, DABPD, FAAPD

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

Repeated from Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 301 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Prevention/Diagnosis CE Approval

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CDSBC CL

Speaker Host: Dr. Asif Tejani

Cancer patients instill much hesitation for the treating dental team, and rightfully so, as prior radiotherapy, IV bisphosphonate exposure and chemotherapy all pose unique challenges. We dispel the myths and summarize key take-away points to help you manage your cancer patient with confidence. Jeanette MacLean is a private practice pediatric dentist and owner at Affiliated Children’s Dental Specialists in Glendale, Arizona. She is a Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry and Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. Notably, Dr. MacLean was featured in the New York Times SDF article ‘A Cavity Fighting Liquid Helps Kids Avoid Dentists’ Drills.’ Speaker Host: Marilynne Fine

Learn the latest treatment options in minimally invasive dentistry utilizing silver diamine fluoride (SDF), Glass Ionomer Cement (GIC), and stainless steel crowns, known as Silver Modified Atraumatic Restorative Treatment (SMART) and Hall Technique. Co-sponsored by Oral Science

CDHBC C.5 C.6

If you want to ensure a seat in a session – arrive early to avoid disappointment


Open Sessions

Friday, March 8

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

Repeated Morning Presentations Case Planning & Occlusion for the Everyday Practice Michael Melkers, DDS, MAGD

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dr. Lanny Donald

VCC West - Room 306 VCC West - Room 217/218/219 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Treatment Planning CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Major Public Policy Issues in Dentistry: Why Do They Matter to You? Carlos Quiñonez, DMD, MSc, PhD, FRCD(C)

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 304/305

Repeated from Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 302/303 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Critical Issues, Ethics CE Approval

CDSBC NC

Tricia Osuna, RDH, BSDH, FAADH

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC East - Room 2/3

Repeated from Thursday, 2:00pm–4:30pm VCC East - Ballroom C Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Ergonomics, Dental Hygiene CDSBC CL

CDHBC D.3

Bring Your ‘A’ Game to Work & Life Stephanie Staples, CSP

Friday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC East - Ballroom A

Repeated on Friday, 2:00pm–4:30pm VCC East - Ballroom A Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication, Personal Development CE Approval

CDSBC NC

Carlos Quiñonez is a dental public health specialist and associate professor at the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto. His research focuses on the politics and economics of dentistry. He is the author of over 200 peer-reviewed publications, and regularly consults with government and non-governmental agencies on issues of dental care policy. Speaker Host: Dr. Warrick Yu

This session reviews the major public policy issues facing dentistry, including: insurance, provider supply, and competition; corporatization and commercialization; and ethical decision-making in dentistry. The aim is to demonstrate their relevance to clinical practice and organize dentistry.

CDHBC E.1

No Pain, No Gain

CE Approval

Treatment planning and occlusion seem to get relegated and put on hold for those ‘special’ cases and perfect patients. In this program we will explore and discuss the application of communication, treatment planning and occlusion in everyday dentistry and beyond.

Tricia Osuna is a University of Southern California graduate, Past President and Fellow of the American Academy of Dental Hygiene, Past President of the California Dental Hygienists’ Association with 40 years of dental hygiene experience. An author, clinician, educator, consultant, international presenter, mentor and business owner her passion for dental hygiene radiates in her presentations! Speaker Host: Kaydee Heidema

We will review ergonomics,repetitive motion problems, operatory design instrument utilization/design/selection, sharpening skills/ options and other issues. A clinician’s ability to identify ergonomic issues is directly related to improved patient care. Co-sponsored by Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. Co-sponsored by Q-Optics

Stephanie Staples is BC’s newest resident; an author, radio host and social entrepreneur who works with busy professionals from the Mayo Clinic to the Middle East to help them find more time, energy and motivation! She is a Women Entrepreneur of the Year winner, a wife, mom and triathlete (she came in last, but who’s counting?). Her programs are proven to increase feelings of hope, happiness and empowerment. Speaker Host: Anthy Goulas

Designed for busy professionals who are ‘nice for a living’ this game changing and life enhancing program may very well impact your life in profound way. In fact, it may be the most important program you attend at this conference. No joke, the impact will last long after PDC is over! Check it out!

CDHBC B.1 B.2

Be sure to complete your Session Survey after each presentation. You will be entered to WIN an iPad.

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Friday Open Sessions

Repeated from Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

CE Approval

Michael Melkers is a 1994 graduate of Marquette University School of Dentistry and currently serves as Visiting Faculty at Rīga Stradiņš University and The Pankey Institute. Dr. Melkers is a Master of the Academy of General Dentistry and maintains a private clinical practice in Hanover, NH with a focus on comprehensive adult restorative care.


Open Sessions

Friday, March 8

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

Repeated Morning Presentations The Naked Truth: What Your Patients Reveal and the Bare Essentials to Healthy Living Uche Odiatu, DMD

Speaker Host: Cindy Wong

Friday, 9:00am–11:30am

Friday Open Sessions

Uche Odiatu is the author of The Miracle of Health, a professional member of the American College of Sports Medicine, an NSCA Certified Personal Trainer, Certified Yoga Instructor and a practicing dentist in Toronto. This busy dad of four is also a Certified Boot Camp Instructor and has lectured in England, Canada, the USA, the Bahamas, Denmark, Bermuda and Norway.

VCC West - Ballroom B

Repeated from Thursday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC West - Ballroom B

Your patients don’t leave their stressful jobs, their insomnia, their marriages, their physical fitness (or lack) or their eating habits in the car before they sit in your chair. There’s irrefutable scientific evidence that each of these habits has the ability to ramp up or dial down inflammation.

Learning Pattern: Personal Development General Medicine, Health CE Approval

CDSBC NC

CDHBC A.2 B.2 C.4

Nutrition, Dietary Supplements and Their Relationship to Oral Health Tieraona Low Dog, MD

Friday, 9:00am–11:30am

Speaker Host: Cindy Koroluk

VCC West - Ballroom A

Repeated on Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC West - Room 301

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Learning Pattern: Personal Development Health CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Tieraona Low Dog is a physician, author, and educator. She practiced herbal medicine and midwifery, before earning her medical degree from the University of New Mexico School of Medicine. She is an expert in the safe and appropriate use of botanical remedies and dietary supplements. A prolific scholar, she has published numerous articles in medical/science journals and medical textbooks.

This informative and fact-filled lecture will explore how macronutrients, micronutrients, glycemic index/load, dietary patterns, and sugar substitutes impact oral health, periodontal disease, and overall health. Learn the cutting-edge science behind the recommendations.

CDHBC A.1 B.2

IMPROVING DENTISTS’ SMILES FOR OVER 40YEARS.

roicorp.com

Come by and see us at booth #1734

We know and understand the business of buying and selling dental practices. As Canada’s professional practice appraisal and sales leader since 1974, our record of proven results is second to none. With a dedicated team offering appraisal, consulting and brokerage services, we’re here to make sure you end up smiling.

Dr. Marcia Boyd (604) 220-2396 marcia@roicorp.com

BROKERAGE


Open Sessions

Friday, March 8

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

Dental Specialists Society of BC Series

The DSSBC Series exists to provide a venue and opportunity for interdisciplinary continuing dental education and fellowship for the Certified Dental Specialists of British Columbia. (Afternoon presentations see page 79) Session Chair: Dr. Pamela Barias

Morning Presentations Reza Nouri, BSc, DMD, DPed, MSc, FRCDC

Friday, 8:30am–9:15am

Reza Nouri is a certified specialist in pediatric dentistry. He holds Fellowships in College of Dental Surgeons of BC, Royal College of Dentists of Canada, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, and American College of Dentists. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry, and is also a contributing consultant for Oral Health Journal.

Friday Open Sessions

Management of the Most Common Pediatric Dental Emergencies VCC West - Room 118 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Emergency Medicine CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC C.3 C.4

Marijuana and Dentistry Graham Grabowski, DMD, FRCD(C)

Friday, 9:20am–10:05am VCC West - Room 118

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Pharmacology, Health CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC D.1 F.1

Regenerative Endodontics: Current Concepts and Reality James Lin, DDS, MSc, Dip. Endo, FRCD(C)

Friday, 10:10am–10:55am VCC West - Room 118 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Pediatric Dental Emergencies pose the added challenge of behavior management and urgency due to immature dental development. Dental trauma in children and adolescents and its clinical management will be the focus of this session, providing practitioners with helpful practical tips. Graham Grabowski earned his DMD from UBC in 2008, and completed his residency in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Yale-New Haven Hospital. He is a certified specialist in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, treats patients in private practice, has privileges at British Columbia Children’s Hospital, and is an Assistant Clinical Professor at UBC.

The presentation will start with a brief review of recent changes to legislation. The discussion will encompass the pharmacology of marijuana including tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), and cannabidiol (CBD). Medical and dental applications will then be reviewed as well as adverse effects.

James Lin is a Certified Specialist in Endodontics. He received his DDS from the University of Toronto and practiced general dentistry for 12 years before returning to UBC to obtain his MSc and Diploma in Endodontics. He is an Associate Clinical Professor serving as the Director of Undergraduate Endodontics at UBC, and maintains a private practice in Vancouver specializing in endodontics.

This lecture introduces the concepts of pulpal regeneration and briefly reviews the science behind the new treatment modality. The attendees will gain insight in the appropriate case selection, clinical protocols, current limitations and expected outcomes for regenerative endodontics.

Morning Presentations Tips, Tricks, and Techniques for the Aesthetic Based Practice Gary Radz, DDS

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dr. Richard Kofsky

VCC West - Room 121/122 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Gary Radz maintains a private practice in Denver, Colorado. He is on faculty at the University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine. Over the past 20 years Dr. Radz has lectured international on the materials and techniques used in aesthetic dentistry. He has published over 150 articles and is on the editorial board of 7 different dental journals, including Oral Health.

Current materials, techniques and technology provide many opportunities to provide your patients with the aesthetic dentistry that they are interested in. This course will review the most current options available for your practice to increase the amount of aesthetic dentistry you provide. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 8

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

Morning Presentations The Nuts & Bolts of Veneers Todd Snyder, DDS

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Friday Open Sessions

VCC West - Room 221/222 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Todd Snyder graduated from UCLA and the F.A.C.E. institute. He created/codirected the first two-year graduate program in Aesthetic and Cosmetic Dentistry. An Accredited Fellow of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and member of Catapult Education. He is an author/lecturer, consultant and professional race car driver. He also owns 2 software companies, an online training program known as Legion. Speaker Host: Dr. Steven Chau

The consumer’s interest in cosmetic dentistry is increasing every year. The numerous dental products and materials that are currently available make it difficult to now what to use. This presentation will discuss how to manage the case from start to finish, diagnosis, materials, temporaries and more. Co-sponsored by Catapult Education

Ethical Dilemmas in Aesthetic Dentistry Marc Geissberger, DDS, MA, BS, CPT

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 208/209 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Restorative/Operative Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Team Training for Botulinum Toxin Jan Roberts, BSc, DMD Warren Roberts, DMD

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC East - Room 13 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Treatment Planning CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Marc Geissberger graduated from University of the Pacific in 1991 obtaining his dental degree. He immediately returned to the school and has taught for 27 years. From 2000-2015 he served as Department Chair of Restorative Dentistry. Additionally, he is a Certified Personal Trainer. He maintains a private practice focusing on reconstructive and aesthetic dentistry in Greenbrae, California. Speaker Host: Dr. Nazanin Bastani-zadeh

This presentation will review the ethical principles that guide us as practitioners. Each of us will confront potential ethical situations centered on aesthetic dentistry. We will develop some central concepts and suggest ways of incorporating them into our daily practice.

Jan Roberts is leading and well respected Vancouver dentist who has been in practice for 40+ years. Along with Dr.Warren Roberts, she co-founded the Pacific Training Institute for Facial Aesthetics where they internationally teach medical and dental professionals on how to improve patient care with botulinum toxin. Their courses are anatomy-based and geared to successfully integrate TX into practice. Warren Roberts is recognized by Dentistry Today as one of the top 100 CE speakers. He is a leading botulinum toxin educator in North America who teaches physicians, dentists and nurses and who’s practice is the #1 dental provider of botulinum toxin in North America. Since 2008, he has trained over 8,000 doctors nationally and internationally and has treated hundreds of botulinum toxin patients. Speaker Host: Brittany Ringdahl

This lecture will teach the entire dental team how botulinum toxin is used both therapeutically and cosmetically in a dental office to improve patient care. Learn the foundations for integrating botulinum toxin treatment into a dental practice and how to confidently speak to patients about TX.

Digital Impressions – Why We Must Take Our Practice from Analog to Digital Bobby Chagger, BSc, DDS

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 220

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Digital Dentistry, Digital Imaging CE Approval

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CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Bobby Chagger graduated from the University of Waterloo and obtained a DDS from the University of Toronto. Dr. Chagger has created clinical excellence through a unique approach where he has integrated digital dentistry with a distinctive business model that allowed for the creation of ChaggerDental. This fusion has allowed him to focus on his passions within CAD/CAM and Implantology. Speaker Host: Dr. Kenneth (Ken) Donald

The speaker will objectively review and compare the current systems available for Digital Impressions(DI). Furthermore, the speaker will demonstrate the various applications of Digital Impressions where we can integrate DI with CBCT and utilize DI in our practice for Diagnostics and Treatment. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

Friday Evening – tickets available at the registration desk


Open Sessions

Friday, March 8

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

Morning Presentations Does Endodontics Have To Be So Complicated? How Can I Achieve a Predictable Outcome?

Rodrigo Sanches Cunha completed his Undergraduate Dental Degree in 1994 in Campinas, SP-Brazil. His post-graduate studies include a Specialty degree in Endodontics); in 2002, an MSc degree in Clinical Dentistry (Endodontics) and in 2006, a PhD degree in Dental Sciences. Dr. Cunha has been a guest speaker at more than 200 events worldwide and has an extensive experience in Private Practice.

Rodrigo Sanches Cunha, DDS, MSc, PhD, FRCD(C)

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dr. Guessy Wang

VCC West - Room 119/120

CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona Endodontics

CDHBC N/A

Bridging the Gap – Tips For Treating A Patient with Autism

Karen A. Raposa is currently Clinical Education Manager with Hu-Friedy Manufacturing Company. She has authored articles on a variety of dental subjects and has co-edited a textbook titled “Treating the Dental Patient with a Developmental Disorder”. Karen is a former assistant professor at Boston University and was awarded the title as one of the “Top 25 Women in Dentistry”.

Karen Raposa, RDH, MBA

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Wendy Anderson

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B/C Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Materials/Techniques, Pediatric Dentistry, Special Needs, Prevention/Diagnosis, Communication CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Michael Ignelzi, DDS, PhD

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 205/206/207

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology, Pediatric Dentistry CDSBC CL

CDHBC C.5 D.6

Great Cases With New Faces John Svirsky, DDS, MEd

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC East - Room 11/12 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

This course provides a review of the patient with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) along with a review of how to properly assess the patient’s abilities. Techniques for treatment and a review of technology and creativity that might be used will be explored.

CDHBC D.4

How to Prevent Caries in Primary and Young Permanent Teeth

CE Approval

Friday Open Sessions

Endodontics can often be difficult and frustrating. Incorporating technology into your daily practice and proper case selection will provide you with the tools and confidence required to take on more challenging cases.

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics

CDHBC C.4

Michael Ignelzi earned his DDS, Certificate in Pediatric Dentistry and PhD in Biochem and Biophysics from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill and a Certificate in Orthodontics from the University of Michigan. He practices orthodontics and pediatric dentistry full time in Greensboro, North Carolina and is an Adjunct Professor in the Dept of Pediatric Dentistry at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. Speaker Host: Dr. Michelle Yuan Ling Li

Designed for dentists, dental nurses and dental assistants who treat children, this course presents practical information based on the best available evidence. This course features the most up to date information on fluoride, including Silver Diamine Fluoride and how to maximize sealant retention. John Svirsky is a board certified oral pathologist at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). He is a sought after speaker with an international reputation as an informative and entertaining lecturer. He has received the outstanding alumnus award from VCU in 2013, the Distinguished Service Award from the Dawson Academy and an honorary membership in the American Academy of Oral Medicine. Speaker Host: Dr. Curtis Soong

This new interactive course will present a potpourri of interesting cases seen by me over the past few years. In this course participants learn how to describe a lesion, develop a differential diagnosis and treat the condition. I will show how I approach cases and arrive at a diagnosis.

Future Meeting Dates of the Pacific Dental Conference

March 5 – 7, 2020

March 11–13, 2021

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Open Sessions Morning Presentations

Friday Open Sessions

Safe and Effective Antibiotic and Opioid Prescribing

Safe and Effective Antibiotic and Opioid Prescribing Victor Leung, MD, FRCPC Clifford Pau, DMD, MSc, BSc

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 217/218/219 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Pharmacology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Victor Leung is certified in Internal Medicine, Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology. He is currently the Medical Director of Infection Prevention and Control at Providence Health Care (PHC). He is also the Physician Lead for the Antimicrobial Stewardship Program at PHC. Clifford Pau is Clinical Assistant Professor at UBC Dentistry, teaching pharmacology in the DMD and dental hygiene programs and practices as a general dentist. He earned his DMD from UBC in 2004. Prior to that, he obtained a BSc and an MSc in pharmacology and therapeutics at UBC. His graduate research focused on the mechanism of pain induction and therapeutic choices.

Dentists are part of a larger community of prescribers, all having unique responsibilities when providing antibiotics and opioids for patients. Learn about preventive and therapeutic regimes for treating bacterial infections and pain and the role dentists must play in reducing risk to the public.

Dentists are part of a larger community of prescribers, all having unique responsibilities when providing antibiotics and opioids for patients. Learn about preventive and therapeutic regimes for treating bacterial infections and pain and the role dentists must play in reducing risk to the public. Presented by College of Dental Surgeons of BC

Pharmacology for the Dental Practitioner: An Overview Aviv Ouanounou, BSc, MSc, DDS, FICD, FICO

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speakers: Clifford Pau, DMD UBC Dentistry Victor Leung, MD Providence Health Care

Friday, 8 March at 8:30 am

Visit CDSBC at Booth 943 76

Pacific Rim - Emerald Ballroom ABC Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Pharmacology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC D.1

Aviv Ouanounou is an assistant professor at the University of Toronto. He teaches Pharmacology and is also a clinical Treatment Plan Coordinator. He has won many teaching awards including Best Teacher of the Year Award twice and he is the recipient of the 2014-2015 prestigious Dr. Bruce Hord Master Teacher Award. He has published numerous articles and he also maintains a private practice in Toronto. Speaker Host: Lynette Cramen

In this lecture I will review the various pharmacological agents commonly used in the daily dental practice. We will discuss local anaesthetic, analgesics and antibiotics used in dentistry namely, acetaminophen, NSAIDs and opioids.


Open Sessions

Friday, March 8

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

Morning Presentations Social Media 101: Introduction To Social Media Rita Zamora, BS

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC East - Room 1

CE Approval

CDSBC NE

Mike Anderson, CPA, CA Marty Clement, CPA, CA Gurprit Mann, CPA, CA, MBA

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 302/303 Learning Pattern: Personal Development Finance/Practice Transition CDSBC NE

This seminar is ideal if you have never used Facebook or have very little experience with social media. Learn the differences between Personal Profiles and Business Pages, and which is best for marketing your practice.

CDHBC F.2

The MNP 2019 Tax Update

CE Approval

Speaker Host: Anitra Donald

Friday Open Sessions

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Technology

Rita Zamora is author of the book, Get Found, Get Liked, Get Patients - Making the Most of Social Media, and founder of Rita Zamora Connections, a social media marketing agency. She is known as “Dentistry’s Social Media Expert” and is a highly sought after international social media speaker.

CDHBC N/A

Mike Anderson is a Partner with MNP’s Assurance and Private Enterprise Services group in South Surrey, BC. He has extensive experience working with owner-managed and family-owned businesses. He takes great pride in understanding all of his clients’ unique and diverse business needs by providing audit and tax planning solutions that promote transparency, minimizes risks and identifies growth opportunities. Marty Clement is a Partner and Business Advisor with the Tax Services team in MNP’s Kelowna office. Marty has extensive experience advising medical professionals in all areas of domestic tax, including scientific research and experimental development, GST/HST and income tax. He has provided thought leadership in the area of tax to medical professionals across Canada. Gurprit Mann is a Partner and Business Advisor with the Greater Vancouver Area’s Professionals team, located in MNP’s Vancouver office. Drawing on more than 19 years of experience, Gurprit provides accounting and tax services to dentists, doctors, lawyers and other professionals and business owners to help them effectively run their business and manage their finances.

Topics include: Federal Tax changes related to - Tax on Split Income (TOSI); Passive income rules; Taxation of Capital gain transactions; GST; Provincial Tax changes; BC legislation review to clarify the impact of the Feb. 2018 and 2019 Budget; US Tax changes impacting US persons practicing in Canada. Co-sponsored by MNP LLP

Repeated Afternoon Presentations Pet Peeves in the Dental Office Tija Hunter, CDA, EFDA, CDIA, CDSO, MADAA

Friday, 2:00pm–4:30pm VCC East - Ballroom C

Repeated on Saturday, 12:30pm–3:00pm VCC West - Room 211 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Assisting CE Approval

CDSBC PM

Derek Salisbury, firefighter/paramedic/HAZMAT tech

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 211

Repeated from Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 301 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Emergency Medicine, Health CDSBC CL

Speaker Host: Megan Hasselbach

We all have them! Let’s have an interactive discussion about the pet peeves we have in our office every day. Now let’s talk about how to overcome some of the obstacles we face and how to better communicate with each other and our patients!

CDHBC B.2 F.2

Street Drug Awareness for Dental Professionals

CE Approval

Tija Hunter has more than 37 years of dental experience. She is office manager and chairside assistant to Dr. Eric Hurtte of O’Fallon Missouri. Top 25 Women in Dentistry/2015 by DPR Magazine. Contributor to DPR, Dental Economics Magazines, and Ignite DA. Director of the Dental Careers Institute and author of seven CE study courses.

CDHBC F.1

Derek Salisbury is a career firefighter/paramedic for the past 17 years working at some of the busiest fire stations in Canada. Drawing from his experience, Derek has lectured at the CDABC AGM, the catholic school district, and countless community created events with a focus on what current drugs are in our communities.

Speaker Host: Katya Parfenova

Has the fentanyl crisis touched you or someone you know? Have you had someone pre-dose themselves then come to your office? What does that person look like? Our goal with this lecture is to review the current drug trends in metro vancouver and how they relate to the dental profession and your family

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 8

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

Repeated Afternoon Presentations Fifty Shades of Green. Forensic Dentistry in the 21st Century Amber Riley, RDH, MS

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B/C

Friday Open Sessions

Repeated on Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC East - Room 8/15

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Forensics, Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Tobin Bellamy, DMD, FRCD(c), FASDA

Friday, 1:30pm–4:30pm

VCC West - Room 121/122

Repeated on Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC West - Room 121/122

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Surgery CDSBC CL

Michael Melkers, DDS, MAGD

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

VCC West - Room 208/209

Repeated from Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 217/218/219 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Treatment Planning CDSBC CL

Uche Odiatu, DMD

Friday, 2:00pm–4:30pm

VCC West - Ballroom B

Repeated from Thursday, 2:00pm–4:30pm VCC West - Ballroom B

Learning Pattern: Personal Development General Medicine, Health CDSBC CL

Ben Balevi, B.Eng, DDS, DipEBHC(Oxford), MSc.

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

VCC West - Room 221/222

Repeated on Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC West - Room 224

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Critical Issues CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Speaker Host: Dr. Kary Taylor

This course will help the general practitioner navigate pre-operative diagnosis, procedures, and possible complications that can be encountered. Pre-operative areas such as steroid use, pregnancy, and anti-coagulant use will be covered. Complications including bleeding, sinus exposure, and dry sockets will be included. Michael Melkers is a 1994 graduate of Marquette University School of Dentistry and currently serves as Visiting Faculty at Rīga Stradiņš University and The Pankey Institute. Dr. Melkers is a Master of the Academy of General Dentistry and maintains a private clinical practice in Hanover, NH with a focus on comprehensive adult restorative care. Speaker Host: Jensina Souter

Failure visits our practices in many forms and on many materials. In this session we will explore the forces that threaten our success and what options we have to address them. Occlusion can be one of the driest and most confusing of subjects. It is however one of the most, if not THE most critical aspect of diagnosis and treatment planning when it comes to the longevity of the restorative dentistry that we provide for our patients.

Uche Odiatu is the author of The Miracle of Health, a professional member of the American College of Sports Medicine, an NSCA Certified Personal Trainer, Certified Yoga Instructor and a practicing dentist in Toronto. This busy dad of four is also a Certified Boot Camp Instructor and has lectured in England, Canada, the USA, the Bahamas, Denmark, Bermuda and Norway. Speaker Host: Cindy Wong

Do your patients have the guts to douse the flames of inflammation? Your patient’s gut flora make the most powerful anti-inflammatory agents in the body when fed key nutrients. Learn what impacts gut integrity: antibiotics, jet lag, fast food, artificial sweeteners and what we dental pros can do!

CDHBC A.1 A.2

Biomedical Ethics

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Tobin Bellamy graduated from UBC in 1998. He is an associate clinical professor in the faculty of dentistry at UBC and the chair of the Sedation and General Anesthetic Services Committee with CDSBC. He enjoys lecturing nationally and internationally regarding oral surgery and implant dentistry.

CDHBC N/A

Inflammation 911: French Fries, Flossing and Fitness

CE Approval

Participants of this course will gain an introductory knowledge of the science of forensic odontology and how the law dictates a forensic human identification. Multiple case reviews of natural and accidental deaths, homicide, suicide and multiple fatality events are examined. Attendees age 18+.

CDHBC N/A

Function, Parafunction and What the Function: Forces That Threaten Our Success

CE Approval

Speaker Host: Nicole Baker

CDHBC F.1

Oral Surgery for the General Dentist

CE Approval

Amber Riley is the Forensic Dental Autopsy Technician for San Diego County, California. Along with clinical practice she lectures across North America on several topics within dentistry and dental hygiene. Amber is a Fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences and Member of the American Society of Forensic Odontology.

CDHBC F.1

Ben Balevi received degrees in engineering and dentistry from McGill University, and a graduate degree in Evidence-Based Healthcare from the University of Oxford. He has presented internationally and has many peer-reviewed publications to his credit. Ben is the recipient of the Evidence-Based Dentistry–Practice Award granted by the ADA and the IADR. Ben is a full time solo-private practitioner. Speaker Host: Monica Maletz

Clinical ethics is an exchange of ideas based on the moral principles of: Non-Maleficence, Beneficence, Autonomy and Justice. Ethical dilemmas when a treatment options conflict with one or more of these principles. The presentation reviews a systematic process of making chair-side ethical decisions.


Open Sessions

Friday, March 8

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

Dental Specialists Society of BC Series

The DSSBC Series exists to provide a venue and opportunity for interdisciplinary continuing dental education and fellowship for the Certified Dental Specialists of British Columbia. (Morning presentations see page 73) Session Chair: Dr. David Yang

Afternoon Presentations Mehdi Noroozi, DDS, MSC, FRCDC, DABP

Friday, 1:30pm–2:15pm

VCC West - Room 118 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC D.2 D.3

Clear Aligners: The Future is Here! Sandra Tai, BDS, MS, Cert Ortho, FCDS(BC), FRCD(C)

Friday, 2:20pm–3:05pm

VCC West - Room 118

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Orthodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Prosthetic Reconstruction Following Head and Neck Surgeries Caroline Nguyen, DMD, MS, FACP, FRCD(C)

Friday, 3:10pm–3:55pm VCC West - Room 118 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Fixed Prosthodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Friday Open Sessions

Early Versus Late Peri-Implant Bone Loss, Peri-implant Health Management

Mehdi Noroozi, fellowship qualified and board-certified specialist in Periodontics, attained his Doctor of Dental Surgery from the University of Toronto. He completed the graduate program in periodontics and implant surgery at the University of British Columbia. He is a UBC clinical assistant professor. His private practice, IMPrESS Perio Implant Center, is located in North Burnaby, BC.

Implant therapy is becoming a mainstream treatment to replace missing teeth with exponential increase in number of implant placement. However, peri-implant bone loss is becoming a serious threat to the treatment success. Etiologies and management of peri-implant bone loss would be discussed. Sandra Tai received her orthodontic training at the University of Minnesota. She practices in Vancouver, Canada and is Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of British Columbia. Dr Tai has treated over 2,000 cases with clear aligners and lectured extensively on clear aligner technique. She is the author of the textbook Clear Aligner Technique.

New innovations have broadened the scope of malocclusions that are treated with clear aligners including deep overbite, anterior open bite and A-P malocclusions. Dr Tai will show clinical cases ranging from simple to complex that will challenge the clinician to reimagine the future of orthodontics.

Caroline Nguyen completed a DMD from the University of Montreal, an MS and Prosthodontics Residency at the University of Maryland, and a Fellowship in Maxillofacial Prosthodontics and Oral Oncology at the UT MD Anderson Cancer Centre. She is an Assistant Professor at the University of British Columbia, and is the Provincial Practice Leader in Prosthodontics at the British Columbia Cancer Agency.

In recent years, surgical techniques have been developed which potentially opened the doors to more prosthodontics options for cancer survivors. This presentation will discuss combined surgical-prosthodontics approaches available for patients treatments.

Afternoon Presentations Update on Anterior and Posterior Composites Marc Geissberger, DDS, MA, BS, CPT

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 119/120 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Restorative/Operative Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Marc Geissberger graduated from University of the Pacific in 1991 obtaining his dental degree. He immediately returned to the school and has taught for 27 years. From 2000-2015 he served as Department Chair of Restorative Dentistry. Additionally, he is a Certified Personal Trainer. He maintains a private practice focusing on reconstructive and aesthetic dentistry in Greenbrae, California. Speaker Host: Dr. Nazanin Bastani-zadeh

The use of composite resin material as a direct restorative for anterior and posterior restorations has dramatically increased in the marketplace. What bonding technology should one incorporate in practice. What new resin materials offer benefits over older versions? These topics will be addressed.

Friday Evening – tickets available at the registration desk

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 8

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

Afternoon Presentations Technologies and Their Essential Role in Restorative Direct and Indirect Dentistry Lou Graham, DDS

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Friday Open Sessions

VCC West - Room 109 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Restorative/Operative Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Frozen: Not the Movie Brian Chanpong, DDS, MSc (Dental Anesthesia)

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC East - Room 8/15 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Anaesthesia CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC D.1 D.5

Geriatrics for the Dental Team: A How to Guide to Make Your Practice Senior Friendly Michael Wiseman, DDS, M RCS (Edin)

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 217/218/219 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Geriatric Dentistry, Special Needs CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC B.2 D.4 D.6

Practical Update in Pediatric Dentistry Michael Ignelzi, DDS, PhD

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 205/206/207 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology, Pediatric Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

25 Shades of Grey and a Whole Lot Less Risqué John Svirsky, DDS, MEd

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 301 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology CE Approval

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CDSBC CL

CDHBC C.3

Lou Graham is an internationally recognized lecturer extensively involved in continuing education for dental professionals, focusing on incorporating current clinical advancements through conservative dentistry. He is a graduate of Emory Dental School. He is the founder of Catapult Education and enjoys private practice in Chicago, Illinois - Hyde Park. Speaker Host: Dr. William Cliffe

This program will challenge the audience as to how today’s diagnostic technologies can be integrated into our offices and how they impact diagnostic protocols today. Truth be told, we have been guessing far too much and the more information we can attain, the greater our ultimate clinical result. Co-sponsored by Catapult Education

Brian Chanpong completed his dental degree at USC and a three year hospital based residency in anesthesia at the University of Toronto. He is a diplomate of the American Dental Board of Anesthesiology. At UBC he is the course director for local anesthesia and minimal sedation. Dr. Chanpong runs an out-patient anesthesia clinic that provides sedation or general anesthesia for dental patients. Speaker Host: Melody Weimer

This presentation covers all aspects of local anesthesia. Topics include a review of advanced local anesthesia blocks, tips and tricks to increase your success rate and new devices that have entered the marketplace. Michael Wiseman is a 1985 graduate of McGill University, Faculty of Dentistry. He is a Fellow and current Chair of the American Association for Geriatric Dentistry, and is a Member of the Royal College of Surgeons in Special Needs Dentistry (Edinburgh). Dr. Wiseman is a part-time Associate Professor at McGill where he lectures on special needs dentistry. He has a private and hospital practice. Speaker Host: Kristine Mulligan

With North America’s aging demographics, the senior patient will represent a significant cohort within most dental practices. The successful practice will adapt and welcome these seniors. This talk will discuss the dental care of the senior patient as they age and acquire disabilities till death.

Michael Ignelzi earned his DDS, Certificate in Pediatric Dentistry and PhD in Biochem & Biophysics from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill and a Certificate in Orthodontics from the University of Michigan. He practices orthodontics and pediatric dentistry full time in Greensboro, North Carolina and is an Adjunct Professor in the Dept of Pediatric Dentistry at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. Speaker Host: Dr. Michelle Yuan Ling Li

This course will focus on diagnosis and treatment of supernumerary and missing teeth, eruption problems and pulp therapy. We review the indications, and provide step-by-step instructions on how to complete indirect pulp caps, pulpotomies using Mineral Trioxide Aggregate, and pulpectomies. John Svirsky is a board certified oral pathologist at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). He is a sought after speaker with an international reputation as an informative and entertaining lecturer. He has received the outstanding alumnus award from VCU in 2013, the Distinguished Service Award from the Dawson Academy and an honorary membership in the American Academy of Oral Medicine. Speaker Host: Dr. Curtis Soong

This radiology review course has a number of common cases in addition to some interesting unusual cases thrown in to keep the audience on their “toes.” The emphasis will be a review of common radiolucent and radiopaque lesions. Get ready to learn, laugh and make a difference.


Open Sessions

Friday, March 8

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

Afternoon Presentations Ozone: A Revolution In Medicine and Dentistry Dan Kinkela, DDS, BSc

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC East - Room 13 CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Aviv Ouanounou, BSc, MSc, DDS, FICD, FICO

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Pacific Rim - Emerald Ballroom ABC Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Pharmacology CDSBC CL

CDHBC D.1 D.5

Top Employment Law and HR Issues for Dental Practices Erin Brandt, BA, JD Heidi Eaves, CPHR, BA

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

VCC West - Room 306 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approval

CDSBC PM

What was old is new again! Ozone was first used medically more than a century ago, but is now enjoying a resurgence of interest in the world of medicine and Dentistry. Join the ozone revolution through education, information and demonstration of the efficacy of this exciting modality.

CDHBC D.6

Pain Management and Analgesics Use in Dentistry

CE Approval

Speaker Host: Dr. John Rogers

CDHBC F.2

Aviv Ouanounou is an assistant professor at the University of Toronto. He teaches Pharmacology and is also a clinical Treatment Plan Coordinator. He has won many teaching awards including Best Teacher of the Year Award twice and he is the recipient of the 2014-2015 prestigious Dr. Bruce Hord Master Teacher Award. He has published numerous articles and he also maintains a private practice in Toronto. Speaker Host: Lynette Cramen

Attendees in this lecture will be introduced to evidence-based information related to the basic mechanisms of pain, the pharmacology of analgesics and the rationale for the selection of an analgesic for the treatment of acute and chronic odontogenic pain. Erin Brandt, an employment lawyer with Kent Employment Law, and a founder of Reach Legal, represents employers and employees across British Columbia. She advises clients on a variety of workplace issues, including contracts; absenteeism; performance; severance; and discrimination. An engaging presenter, she is regularly invited to share her expertise with both professionals and the public. Heidi Eaves is a Principal and HR Consultant at Project House Workplace Solutions, providing strategy, training, and support to business leaders who want to create workplaces that are engaging, productive, and happy. Speaker Host: Dr. Navreet Khinda

Dentists face employment law issues throughout the life of their practice. This session will address topics such as employee contracts, leaves/absenteeism, human rights, and severance from a Canadian perspective, to help dentists create a productive, legally compliant workplace.

Cultural Safety and Humility: Transforming Oral Healthcare for First Nations in BC

The First Nations Health Authority is the first province-wide health authority of its kind in Canada. In 2013, the FNHA assumed the programs, services, and responsibilities formerly handled by Health Canada. The FNHA’s vision is to transform the health and wellness of First Nations individuals in BC within a healthcare system is culturally safe and responsive to Indigenous needs.

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

This engaging session will explore why cultural safety and humility matters for First Nations peoples, highlight the innovative work of the First Nations Health Authority (FNHA), and provide you with practical ways to create a culturally safe environment within your practice.

First Nations Health Authority VCC East - Room 2/3

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Communication CE Approval

CDSBC NC

CDHBC B.1 F.2

How To Report Problems with Dental Equipment & Buy Licensed Dental Products Ken Seto

Friday, 1:30pm–2:30pm

VCC West - Room 220

Drugs and Natural Health Products Ted Cheng, BSc

Friday, 3:00pm–4:00pm

VCC West - Room 220

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Health CE Approval

CDSBC NC

CDHBC N/A

Do you know how to source and buy dental equipment for your office that has been licenced by Health Canada? Join us for this presentation to learn more about Health Canada’s role in regulating products for the dental industry, reporting problems with dental equipment, devicelicensing, regulation. Join us for this presentation to learn more about the Canadian regulations for drugs and natural health products, product classifications of common dental products, product and site licensing requirements, how to report adverse reactions or complaints to Health Canada and more.

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Friday Open Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Safety/Infection Control, General Medicine

Dan Kinkela graduated from the University of Washington School of Dentistry in 1979. He passed NDEB of Canada in 1979. Since 1998 Dan has operated a private solo practice in Smithers, BC. He has been using Ozone in his practice since 2012.


Open Sessions

Friday, March 8

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

Afternoon Presentations Get Found, Get Liked, Get Patients – Making the Most of Social Media Rita Zamora, BS

Speaker Host: Anitra Donald

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Friday Open Sessions

VCC East - Room 1 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Technology CE Approval

CDSBC NE

CDHBC F.2

Stress, Mental Health and Resilience in the Workplace (short version) Kimberly Guest, MSW, RSW

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC East - Room 11/12

CDSBC NC

CDHBC B.1 E.2

Integrative Approaches to Pain Tieraona Low Dog, MD

Friday, 2:00pm–4:30pm

VCC East - Ballroom B Learning Pattern: Personal Development Health CE Approval

CDSBC NC

CDHBC D.1

Dental Practice Transition Options Calvin Carpenter, CPA, CA Henry Doyle Brian E. Rudy, BSc. (McGill), JD. (UBC)

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 302/303 Learning Pattern: Personal Development Finance/Practice Transition CE Approval

CDSBC NE

Discover what top dental practices are doing to grow their practice with social media. Focus on tips and techniques to help your practice get found, get liked, and attract ideal patients from the top social media platforms.

Kimberly Guest has been practicing clinical social work since 1995. As an employee of the Department of National Defence, Kim leads the development of prevention and early intervention mental health curriculum for the Canadian Armed Forces, with the Road to Mental Readiness program (R2MR). Kim has always believed in the importance of education and early intervention to prevent long term suffering and loss. Speaker Host: Dr. Myrna Halpenny

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication, Health Personal Development CE Approval

Rita Zamora is author of the book, Get Found, Get Liked, Get Patients - Making the Most of Social Media, and founder of Rita Zamora Connections, a social media marketing agency. She is known as “Dentistry’s Social Media Expert” and is a highly sought after international social media speaker.

CDHBC N/A

Workplace stress can be a contributing factor in developing mental health difficulties. This session will take a closer look at workplace stress and review key resilience strategies that have been found effective in managing stress and improving performance. Tieraona Low Dog is a physician, author, and educator. She practiced herbal medicine and midwifery, before earning her medical degree from the University of New Mexico School of Medicine. She is an expert in the safe and appropriate use of botanical remedies and dietary supplements. A prolific scholar, she has published numerous articles in medical/science journals and medical textbooks. Speaker Host: Cindy Koroluk

Data show that more than 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain. Clinicians should be aware of the evidence of efficacy and safety for the use of complementary and integrative approaches to the management of pain, including an understanding of which conditions will be treated effectively. Calvin Carpenter is the Vice President of MNP’s Professional Services team. Working closely with medical and dental professionals for over 25 years, Calvin provides valuable advice for his clients to reach their goals. His experience in corporate structures, tax planning, and other key areas including practice acquisitions and sales, helps ensure his clients have a sound strategy for the future. 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 and Managing Broker of Al Heaps & Associates Inc., Henry brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to his clients. Brian E. Rudy is an experienced corporate lawyer with a practice that includes a focus on dental and healthcare law. Brian assists dentists with everything from structuring dental corporations, employment law, commercial leasing, real estate, cost share agreements, associate contracts and succession planning. His practice is located in Vancouver, BC, serving dentists throughout the province.

There are many options for a transition in this active market. Comprehensive information for preparing your unique practice transition. Outlining the transition process from early planning to completing the sale, including legal and accounting perspectives. Sponsored by Al Heaps & Associates Inc.

Be sure to complete your Session Survey after each presentation. You will be entered to WIN an iPad.

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Co-sponsored by -

Join us at Vancouver’s iconic, legendary nightclub the Commodore Ballroom for PDC After Hours with the Famous Players Band.

Friday, March 8, 2019 Commodore Ballroom Doors open at 8pm

Cost $25.00

(plus GST)

Includes: 2 drink, dinner, live dance band Note: Guests must be 19 years of age or over – Valid ID required Visit the KaVo Kerr booths* in the Exhibit Hall and receive an invitation to their PDC After Hours VIP Lounge and early access to the event. Ticket purchases still apply.

1008 – i-CAT, 1010 – DEXIS, 919 – Pelton & Crane, 1108 – KaVo Dental, 1065 – KaVo Imaging, 1066 – Ormco 1110 – Kerr Corporation, 1019 – Orascoptic, 1023 – Implant Direct International, 1208 – Noble Biocare Canada Inc.


Open Sessions

Saturday, March 9

PDC Lab Expo open 8:00am to 3:00pm Official conference of the:

Sunrise Yoga

Katherine Moore “From my first yoga class in 2000 I knew I had found something sacred and special. The practice of movement with breath and meditation left me feeling a connection with the divine and lead to my first Yoga teacher training in 2002. I enjoy sharing my love of yoga with students of all levels and seeing how it can be a positive change to everyone’s life. Love and Peace.”

with Katherine Moore @runningintoyoga

Saturday, 7:00am–8:00am

Saturday Open Sessions

VCC West - Level 2 Ocean Foyer

Join us for Sunrise Yoga overlooking the Vancouver Harbour. Whether you are new to yoga or are familiar with the practice this class is an ideal way to start your Saturday morning. During this one hour class, you will move through various yoga postures and breathing exercises to strengthen the body, reduce stress and calm the mind. *Note: This Yoga session is open to everyone. Please bring a yoga mat/or towel, water bottle and wear loose comfortable clothing. Not Approved for CE

PDC Lab Expo Keynote Presentation Bring Your ‘A’ Game to Work & Life Stephanie Staples, CSP

Friday, 8:15am–9:15am VCC West - Ballroom AB Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication, Personal Development CE Approval

CDSBC NC

CDHBC B.1 B.2

Stephanie Staples is BC’s newest resident; an author, radio host and social entrepreneur who works with busy professionals from the Mayo Clinic to the Middle East to help them find more time, energy and motivation! She is a Women Entrepreneur of the Year winner, a wife, mom and triathlete (she came in last, but who’s counting?). Her programs are proven to increase feelings of hope, happiness and empowerment.

If you have ever been tired, overwhelmed, stressed and it’s not even lunch time yet, you will need to hear this presentation. If you have ever felt like there was not enough time, energy and motivation to do the things you know you ‘should’ do, you will appreciate this presentation.If you have significant relationships that have room for improvement, you should grab your pen and paper and run, not walk, into this presentation!

All Day Presentations Radiology Panel Session

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am continues 12:30pm–3:00pm VCC West - Room 306 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Radiology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC C.3

Panel of BC’s radiology ‘best practices’ advocates includes: Dr. Bruce Adams (moderator), Dr. Nancy Ford, Dr. David Gane, Dr. David MacDonald, Dr. Elaine Orpe, Dr. Dorothy Sonya.

Morning session – Discussion of the state-of-the-art and a window to what might be coming in technology and practices. Afternoon session – Hands-on with Medical and Dental radiographic technicians for technique training. Positioning the patient; Data management for Digital Radiology; Software - the digital radiology workstation for CBCT; Case Management; Digital Dental Solutions. Co-sponsored by UBC Faculty of Dentistry, Continuing Dental Education Co-sponsored by Orbit Imaging

Endodontic Predictability: New and Exciting Standards in Endodontic Treatment Gary Glassman, DDS, FRCD(C)

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am continues 12:30pm–3:00pm VCC West - Room 110

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approval

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CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Gary Glassman received his DDS from University of Toronto in 1984 and graduated from the Endodontology Program at Temple University in 1987. The endodontic editor of Oral Health Dental Journal, and faculty member of University of Toronto, Dr. Glassman is Adjunct Professor and Director of Endodontic programming at the University of Technology, Kingston, Jamaica. Speaker Host: Dr. Mehdi Noroozi

Breakthrough innovations necessary for acquiring the confidence to perform the highest quality endodontics will be discussed. The participant will become familiar with systematic diagnostic protocols, the latest in NiTi systems, apical negative pressure and the continuous wave of condensation. Co-sponsored by Kavo Kerr

If you want to ensure a seat in a session – arrive early to avoid disappointment


Open Sessions

Saturday, March 9

PDC Lab Expo open 8:00am to 3:00pm Official conference of the:

All Day Presentations Stress, Mental Health and Resilience in the Workplace (Expanded version)

Kimberly Guest has been practicing clinical social work since 1995. As an employee of the Department of National Defence, Kim leads the development of prevention and early intervention mental health curriculum for the Canadian Armed Forces, with the Road to Mental Readiness program (R2MR). Kim has always believed in the importance of education and early intervention to prevent long term suffering and loss.

Kimberly Guest, MSW, RSW

Speaker Host: Christine Yeo

VCC East - Room 11/12

Workplace stress can be a contributing factor to the development of mental health difficulties. This session will take a closer look at mental health in the workplace and review both individual and leadership actions that have been found effective in managing stress and creating a healthy workplace.

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication, Health, Personal Development CE Approval

CDSBC NC

CDHBC B.2 E.2

Repeated Morning Presentations Dental Assisting 101 Back to Basics

Tija Hunter has more than 37 years of dental experience. She is office manager and chairside assistant to Dr. Eric Hurtte of O’Fallon Missouri. Top 25 Women in Dentistry/2015 by DPR Magazine. Contributor to DPR, Dental Economics Magazines, and Ignite DA. Director of the Dental Careers Institute and author of seven CE study courses.

Tija Hunter, CDA, EFDA, CDIA, CDSO, MADAA

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC West - Room 211

Speaker Host: Kat De la Rosa

Repeated from Friday, 9:00am–11:30am

Hands down, this is a “back to the basics” course, taking us back to some of the things we may of forgotten about. We have a tendency to get complacent and forget some of the things that are most important. Join us as we have a fun time, re-discovering some great ways to improve our practices!

VCC East - Ballroom B Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Assisting CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Fifty Shades of Green. Forensic Dentistry in the 21st Century

Amber Riley is the Forensic Dental Autopsy Technician for San Diego County, California. Along with clinical practice she lectures across North America on several topics within dentistry and dental hygiene. Amber is a Fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences and Member of the American Society of Forensic Odontology.

Amber Riley, RDH, MS

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am

Speaker Host: Dr. Cecilia Ng

VCC East - Room 8/15

Participants of this course will gain an introductory knowledge of the science of forensic odontology and how the law dictates a forensic human identification. Multiple case reviews of natural and accidental deaths, homicide, suicide and multiple fatality events are examined. Attendees age 18+.

Repeated from Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B/C Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Forensics, Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC F.1

Oral Surgery for the General Dentist

Tobin Bellamy graduated from UBC in 1998. He is an associate clinical professor in the faculty of dentistry at UBC and the chair of the Sedation and General Anesthetic Services Committee with CDSBC. He enjoys lecturing nationally and internationally regarding oral surgery and implant dentistry.

Tobin Bellamy, DMD, FRCD(c), FASDA

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am

Speaker Host: Dr. Guessy Wang

VCC West - Room 121/122

This course will help the general practitioner navigate pre-operative diagnosis, procedures, and possible complications that can be encountered. Pre-operative areas such as steroid use, pregnancy, and anti-coagulant use will be covered. Complications including bleeding, sinus exposure, and dry sockets will be included.

Repeated from Friday, 1:30pm–4:30pm VCC West - Room 121/122 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Surgery CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Legend for Continuing Education Credits for CDSBC CL Clinical Dental PM Dental Practice Management NC Non-Clinical Dental

DME

Dental/Medical Emergencies

Legend for Continuing Education Credits for CDHBC (see page 8 for detailed QAP Content Category Codes) A Biological Sciences B Social Sciences C Dental Sciences D Clinical Practice E Community

NE

F

Not Eligible Professional Issues

N/A

Not Assigned

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Saturday Open Sessions

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am continues 12:30pm–3:00pm


Open Sessions

Saturday, March 9

PDC Lab Expo open 8:00am to 3:00pm Official conference of the:

Repeated Morning Presentations Biomedical Ethics Ben Balevi, B.Eng, DDS, DipEBHC(Oxford), MSc.

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am

Saturday Open Sessions

VCC West - Room 224

Repeated from Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 221/222 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Critical Issues CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Tieraona Low Dog, MD

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am

Clinical ethics is an exchange of ideas based on the moral principles of: Non-Maleficence, Beneficence, Autonomy and Justice. Ethical dilemmas when a treatment options conflict with one or more of these principles. The presentation reviews a systematic process of making chair-side ethical decisions.

Tieraona Low Dog is a physician, author, and educator. She practiced herbal medicine and midwifery, before earning her medical degree from the University of New Mexico School of Medicine. She is an expert in the safe and appropriate use of botanical remedies and dietary supplements. A prolific scholar, she has published numerous articles in medical/science journals and medical textbooks. Speaker Host: Jacqueline Guyader

VCC West - Room 301

Repeated from Friday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC West - Ballroom A Learning Pattern: Personal Development Health CDSBC CL

Speaker Host: Dr. Joanne Pouchet

CDHBC F.1

Nutrition, Dietary Supplements and Their Relationship to Oral Health

CE Approval

Ben Balevi received degrees in engineering and dentistry from McGill University, and a graduate degree in Evidence-Based Healthcare from the University of Oxford. He has presented internationally and has many peer-reviewed publications to his credit. Ben is the recipient of the Evidence-Based Dentistry–Practice Award granted by the ADA and the IADR. Ben is a full time solo-private practitioner.

This informative and fact-filled lecture will explore how macronutrients, micronutrients, glycemic index/load, dietary patterns, and sugar substitutes impact oral health, periodontal disease, and overall health. Learn the cutting-edge science behind the recommendations.

CDHBC A.1 B.2

Morning Presentations Sedation Disasters: When Seconds Count, Help is Just Minutes Away! Brian Chanpong, DDS, MSc (Dental Anesthesia)

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC West - Room 220 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Anaesthesia, Emergency Medicine CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC D.7

“You Want To Do What To My Child?” Answering Parent’s Difficult Questions David Rothman, DDS, DABPD, FAAP, FACD, FICD

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Anaesthesia, Pediatric Dentistry CDSBC CL

Speaker Host: Dr. Zohreh Ansari

With the popularity of oral and IV sedation, dentists providing these services need to be aware of the disasters that can happen. Prepare your office by learning from cases that have occurred. Equip yourself with the knowledge and equipment necessary to provide safe sedation to your patients. David Rothman is a Board Certified Pediatric Dentist in practice in San Francisco and an Associate Clinical Professor at Case Western Reserve. He completed general practice and anesthesia residencies in Philadelphia and pediatrics at UCSF. He is past chair of Pediatric Dentistry at UOP. He lectures nationally and internationally on pediatric dentistry, anesthesia and sedation. Speaker Host: Dr. Ali Salari

VCC West - Room 109

CE Approval

Brian Chanpong completed his dental degree at USC and a three year hospital based residency in anesthesia at the University of Toronto. He is a diplomate of the American Dental Board of Anesthesiology. At UBC he is the course director for local anesthesia and minimal sedation. Dr. Chanpong runs an out-patient anesthesia clinic that provides sedation or general anesthesia for dental patients.

CDHBC B.2 D.3 D.6

A primer on what parents need to hear and what the doctor and staff members need to teach at the first and subsequent visits including office and staff preparation regarding the science behind keeping the child caries free. Diet, frequency and food and its effect on the oral biome are explored.

Be sure to complete your Session Survey after each presentation. You will be entered to WIN an iPad.

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Open Sessions

Saturday, March 9

PDC Lab Expo open 8:00am to 3:00pm Official conference of the:

Morning Presentations Mechanical Management of Biofilm; Are We at a Tipping Point? Penny Hatzimanolakis, MSc, RDH

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Implants, Periodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC D.3

For over 25 years, Nicola Wealth has helped dental professionals and their families navigate their financial needs.

Clinical Associate Professor Penny Hatzimanolakis, received her education at the UBC, completing both a Bachelor (2004) and Master degrees (2009) in Dental Science. As a clinician, she practices with a periodontal/ prosthetic specialty team (Imperio Dental Group) for the last 18 years.

To learn more, come visit us at Booth 1806 and listen to our Chairman and CEO John Nicola speak Thursday March 7, 1:30 - 4:00 pm in Room 302/303.

What is the etiology of Dental Diseases? Are your current best-practices focused on the etiology or mostly the contributing factor? Biofilm management has been traditionally managed with a blend of hand and powerdriven instruments. Is there a modality that isn’t invasive and respects the biology?

Nicola Wealth is proud to be a Diamond Sponsor of the Toothfairy Gala.

Speaker Host: Yvonne Smith

Saturday Open Sessions

VCC East - Room 2/3

Vancouver | Kelowna | Richmond | Toronto www.nicolawealth.com

CBCT in Endodontics – Do We Really Need It? R. James Jensen, DDS, MSD, FRCD(C)

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC West - Room 304/305 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics, Radiology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

R. James Jensen received his DDS degree from the University of Alberta, graduating in 2005, and received a Master of Science in Dentistry degree and certificate in endodontics from Loma Linda University in 2016. He received his fellowship with the Royal College of Dentists of Canada and is licensed as a certified specialist in endodontics in Alberta and BC.

CBCT is a helpful tool to aid in endodontic diagnosis and treatment, both non-surgical and surgical. However, using CBCT for every case, and as a screening tool, may be unnecessary. The joint statement from the AAE and AAOMR about appropriate CBCT use in endodontics will be discussed.

Providing legal services to Dentists and the Dental Community throughout British Columbia, including: associate agreements, buying and selling dental practices, leases, incorporations, corporate reorganizations, cost sharing agreements and employment matters

Patrick C. Madaisky

#305 – 8047 199 Street Langley, BC. V2Y 0E2 Phone: 604-683-8885 Fax: 604-683-4646 email: pat@pcmlawco.com

Proud to be a Diamond Sponsor of the Toothfairy Gala!

2019 The PDC App brings the conference to your fingertips!

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Open Sessions

Saturday, March 9

PDC Lab Expo open 8:00am to 3:00pm Official conference of the:

Morning Presentations A Dentist’s Guide to Treating the Medically Compromised Senior Patient

Michael Wiseman is a 1985 graduate of McGill University, Faculty of Dentistry. He is a Fellow and current Chair of the American Association for Geriatric Dentistry, and is a Member of the Royal College of Surgeons in Special Needs Dentistry (Edinburgh). Dr. Wiseman is a part-time Associate Professor at McGill where he lectures on special needs dentistry. He has a private and hospital practice.

Michael Wiseman, DDS, M RCS (Edin)

Saturday Open Sessions

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC West - Room 217/218/219

Speaker Host: Dr. Ebenezer Boaz

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Geriatric Dentistry, Special Needs CE Approval

CDSBC CL

As Canada’s population ages, dental offices will have a growing number of seniors with a multitude of health problems and it’s resulting polypharmacy. This talk is designed to demystify these conditions and allow you to provide care in a comfortable and SAFE environment.

CDHBC D.1 D.4 D.6

It’s More Than Physical and Other Love Stories

John Svirsky is a board certified oral pathologist at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). He is a sought after speaker with an international reputation as an informative and entertaining lecturer. He has received the outstanding alumnus award from VCU in 2013, the Distinguished Service Award from the Dawson Academy and an honorary membership in the American Academy of Oral Medicine.

John Svirsky, DDS, MEd

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC East - Room 1

Speaker Host: Dr. Anton Luu

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

This new course for 2019 will be a review of physical and chemical injuries. Some unusual presentations will show up. The course will include electrical and other burns, traumatic injuries, osteonecrosis, oral sexual practices chemotherapy complications, cosmetic fillers and much more.

CDHBC C.4

Treating AAA Patients – Alzheimer’s, Anxiety and Autism – Transform Lives and Careers

Karen A. Raposa, RDH, MBA is currently Clinical Education Manager with Hu-Friedy Manufacturing Company. She has authored articles on a variety of dental subjects and has co-edited a textbook titled “Treating the Dental Patient with a Developmental Disorder”. Karen is a former assistant professor at Boston University and was awarded the title as one of the “Top 25 Women in Dentistry”.

Karen Raposa, RDH, MBA

Speaker Host: Alice Mak

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC West - Room 118

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Pediatric Dentistry, Special Needs, Prevention/Diagnosis, Communication CE Approval

CDSBC CL

This course reviews the science and definitions of these medical conditions while exploring techniques to guide dental professionals and patients through a successful dental appointment. Learnings include patient assessment, behavior guidance and treatment techniques.

CDHBC D.4

To Extract or Refer? Utilizing Radiographs to Help Assess Extraction Difficulty

Richard Carlile graduated from Virginia Commonwealth School of Dentistry in 2011 and completed a 2-year Advanced Education in General Dentistry at Schofield Barrack, Hawaii from 2012-2014. After serving in the United States Army for 6 years, Dr. Carlile is now in private practice in Port Angeles, Washington.

Richard Carlile, DDS, MS, FAGD, ABGD

Speaker Host: Dr. William Cliffe

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am

Extractions in the dental office can be unpredictable. Providers will learn how to combine radiographs with an assessment of other factors (age, gender, periodontal status, etc.) to determine extraction difficulty. Participants will also evaluate radiographs and determine extraction difficulty.

VCC West - Room 221/222 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Radiology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

PDC Lab Expo Saturday, March 9 VCC West – Ballroom A/B

Exhibits 8:00am – 3:00pm Lunch 11:30am – 12:30pm

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Official conference of the:


Open Sessions

Saturday, March 9

PDC Lab Expo open 8:00am to 3:00pm Official conference of the:

Morning Presentations The 10 Most Common Financial Mistakes Made by Dental Professionals Calvin Carpenter, CPA, CA Shaun Howe, CPA, CA Lachlan MacPherson, CPA, CA VCC West - Room 302/303 Learning Pattern: Personal Development Finance/Practice Transition CE Approval

CDSBC NE

CDHBC N/A

Shaun Howe is a Senior Manager with MNP’s Professional Services team in Surrey, BC. Primarily working with healthcare professionals, Shaun assists his clients on a variety of matters, including tax planning, acquiring or selling practices, financial performance, general business matters, and tax compliance. Lachlan MacPherson is a Partner with MNP’s Professional Services team in Vancouver, BC. Lachlan brings more than 20 years of experience providing taxation and business advisory expertise to professionals and private enterprise clients. Offering in-depth tax planning, tax preparation, reporting and business consulting Lachlan provides sound advice to help clients reach financial success.

This session will assist Dental Professionals at all stages of their career to learn from our review of the 10 most common financial mistakes in order to recognize if they might be happening in your Practice, how to avoid costly outcomes, and build a better financial future. Co-sponsored by MNP LLP

Be a part in “The Wind of Change”, Ceramotion One Touch Bassam Haddad, CDT

Saturday, 10:00am–11:30am VCC West - Room 202/203/204 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Materials/Techniques CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

CAD/CAM for Laboratory & inLab Software 18 – Intro Devaughn Fraser, DT

Saturday, 10:15am–11:45pm VCC West - Room 205/206/207

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Digital Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Making Digitally Designed and Fabricated Dentures a Reality Alex Alvarado, CDT

Saturday, 10:30am–12:00pm VCC West - Room 208/209 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Digital Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Bassam Haddad has graduated in 1990 and earned many professional international certifications and masteries of various dental technology. He is serving as a leader opinion consultant for many international manufacturers. He is known for giving passionate lectures and hands on courses. Bassam is the author of several international articles and a proud member of Oral Design international group.

Lecture Objective: To achieve complexe shades match with full zirconia crowns, gum shading and translucencies within the incisal edge. To explain how surface morphologie can affect the surface gloss, intensity characterization and tooth contour. Co-sponsored by Dentaurum Canada Inc.

Devaughn Fraser has worked in the dental industry for 15yrs as a technician or as Director of Highland Dental Lab. Devaughn has received advanced design certificates from Dentsply Sirona and Vita. Further, he is numbered amongst a lucky few who are ‘Global inLab Trainers’. He is also a beta tester for both chairside and laboratory software and materials. Devaughn self identifies as a toothnerd.

Curious? Terrific. Come and see how inLab 18 can be both simple yet powerful. You have wondered about design and milling - let us show you how to safely navigate these digital waters. Sharing effective (and even fun) workflows to help you reinvigorate your business from crowns to bridges and beyond. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

Alex Alvarado is a certified crown and bridge dental technician with over 25 years’ experience in the dental industry. Certified since 2004, Alex has been a lecturer, clinical educator and an advocate of CAD/CAM globally for the past eleven years.

In this lecture you will learn how 3Shape Dental Design software can help you to digitalize and in many cases, improve and eliminate steps in your workflows. The speaker will go through the 3Shape software and show how you can achieve predictable, optimal results. Co-sponsored by 3Shape

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Saturday Open Sessions

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am

Calvin Carpenter is the Vice President of MNP’s Professional Services team. Working closely with medical and dental professionals for over 25 years, Calvin provides valuable advice for his clients to reach their goals. His experience in corporate structures, tax planning, and other key areas including practice acquisitions and sales, helps ensure his clients have a sound strategy for the future.


Open Sessions

Saturday, March 9

PDC Lab Expo open 8:00am to 3:00pm Official conference of the:

Repeated Afternoon Presentations Pet Peeves in the Dental Office Tija Hunter, CDA, EFDA, CDIA, CDSO, MADAA

Saturday, 12:30pm–3:00pm

Saturday Open Sessions

VCC West - Room 211

Repeated from Friday, 2:00pm–4:30pm VCC East - Ballroom C Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Assisting CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Tija Hunter has more than 37 years of dental experience. She is office manager and chairside assistant to Dr. Eric Hurtte of O’Fallon Missouri. Top 25 Women in Dentistry/2015 by DPR Magazine. Contributor to DPR, Dental Economics Magazines, and Ignite DA. Director of the Dental Careers Institute and author of seven CE study courses. Speaker Host: Kat De la Rosa

We all have them! Let’s have an interactive discussion about the pet peeves we have in our office every day. Now let’s talk about how to overcome some of the obstacles we face and how to better communicate with each other and our patients!

CDHBC B.2 F.2

Afternoon Presentations The 4 P’s of Pediatric Dentistry: Physiology, Pharmacology, Psychology and Phamily David Rothman, DDS, DABPD, FAAP, FACD, FICD

Saturday, 12:30pm–3:00pm VCC West - Room 109 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Anaesthesia, Pediatric Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Mike Racich, DDS

Saturday, 12:30pm–2:00pm VCC West - Room 202/203/204 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Materials/Techniques CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Genios Denture Teeth Boyd Doucette, Denturist Technology Diploma (NAIT)

Saturday, 12:30pm–2:00pm VCC West - Room 205/206/207 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Removable Prosthodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Speaker Host: Dr. Ali Salari

What is a child? We’ll explore the ages, generations and growth and development that make the overscheduled, underparented child of today. Non-pharmacologic and pharmacologic behavior management and guidance techniques at each of these developmental stages is the goal for successful treatment.

CDHBC B.2 D.1 D.5

The Basic Rules of Effective Dental Material Usage

CE Approval

David Rothman is a Board Certified Pediatric Dentist in practice in San Francisco and an Associate Clinical Professor at Case Western Reserve. He completed general practice and anesthesia residencies in Philadelphia and pediatrics at UCSF. He is past chair of Pediatric Dentistry at UOP. He lectures nationally and internationally on pediatric dentistry, anesthesia and sedation.

CDHBC N/A

Mike Racich, a 1982 graduate from University of British Columbia, has a general dental practice emphasizing comprehensive restorative dentistry, prosthodontics and TMD/ orofacial pain. He is a Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry and the American College of Dentists as well as a Diplomate of the American Board of Orofacial Pain and the International Congress of Oral Implantologists.

This presentation will take a practical look at current restorative dental/prosthodontic material usage and techniques for both single and multi-tooth dentistry, and put forward suggestions to enhance treatment efficacy and predictability. Co-sponsored by Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc.

Boyd Doucette is a graduate of NAIT and has been a fully licensed denturist since 2012. Upon graduating, Boyd went back to Saskatoon and joined the family business along side his brother, Britten. Together they are the current owners of two clinics within the Saskatoon area, MBK Denture Clinic and Warman Denture & Implant Solutions. During Boyds free time he enjoys many sports and travelling.

An overall look of the quality, aesthetics and stability of Genios denture teeth by Dentsply. During this lecture we will touch base on cast identification, durability, and what occlusal schemes to best use with Genios and when to implement the Genios tooth lines into the daily use of practitioners. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

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Open Sessions

Saturday, March 9

PDC Lab Expo open 8:00am to 3:00pm Official conference of the:

Afternoon Presentations Come In and Catch It: The Review That Sticks John Svirsky, DDS, MEd

Saturday, 12:30pm–3:00pm VCC East - Room 1

Speaker Host: Dr. Anton Luu

CDSBC CL

CDHBC C.4

Open Architecture and the Future of CAD/CAM Dentistry Larry Bodony, BSEE, MSEE from MIT

Saturday, 1:00pm–2:30pm VCC West - Room 208/209 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Digital Dentistry, Technology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Profitability – Technology, Materials and the Contemporary Dental Laboratory Leon Hermanides, NHD Dental Tech, CDT

Saturday, 2:30pm–4:00pm

VCC West - Room 202/203/204 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Digital Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

CAD/CAM for Laboratory & inLab Software 18 – Advanced Devaughn Fraser, DT

Saturday, 3:00pm–4:30pm VCC West - Room 205/206/207

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Digital Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

This is the perfect review course that covers the recognition, diagnosis and treatment of the 25 soft tissue lesions that every dentist and hygienist should know and treat appropriately. The classic lesions that have been forgotten since school will be brought back to life in living color. Larry Bodony is an experienced engineer and manager. His career has lead new products in electronic music (Kurzweil), video (Avid), e-commerce (Wearlogic), RFID security (Lockheed Martin). In 2007, Larry was VP at Sensable Technologies, the first digital partial denture. Now as President, exocad America, he leads marketing, sales and support for over 25 dental system integration partners.

Single-vendor clinical CAD/CAM solutions work, but as technology advances, there are more and confusing choices. This practical talk will describe how to research, evaluate and profitably invest in open architecture CAD/CAM systems, while protecting against technology obsolescence.

Leon Hermanides is a Clinical Instructor at the Kois Center programs and is a member of study clubs around the Puget Sound area. He is the Chair of the Foundation for Dental Technology and participates on the board of the NADL, and the Advisory Board for the Dental Technology program at Bates Technical College. Leon has published articles on implants and comprehensive restorative rehabilitations.

This presentation is a real life look at ideas for managing the extraordinary risks and great opportunities of owning and maintaining technology in a modern dental laboratory. The program will discuss options such as when to outsource and when to own technology, and what is the ‘Tipping Point’ for your lab? Devaughn Fraser has worked in the dental industry for 15yrs as a technician or as Director of Highland Dental Lab. Devaughn has received advanced design certificates from Dentsply Sirona and Vita. Further, he is numbered amongst a lucky few who are ‘Global inLab Trainers’. He is also a beta tester for both chairside and laboratory software and materials. Devaughn self identifies as a toothnerd.

Curious? Terrific. Come and see how inLab 18 can be both simple yet powerful. This session will take you beyond your average molar. From advanced anterior work, model builder, splint design, custom trays, removables and beyond. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

The Which, When, and Where of Zirconia! Robyn Duke, DH

Saturday, 3:00pm–4:30pm VCC West - Room 208/209 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Materials/Techniques CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Robyn Duke is an experienced Infection Prevention and Dental Product Specialist with a clinical history as a Dental Hygienist. Skilled in sales, Infection Prevention and Control guidelines and best practices, presentation creation and facilitation, and clinical dental preventative care. Strong healthcare services and sales professional with an infectious enthusiasm for learning.

Zirconia has become a mainstay of indirect restorative dentistry. The evolution of zirconia has lead to new categories within the material type. Each zirconia has different physical and optical properties allowing more diversity to satisfy a variety of clinical situations. Co-sponsored by 3M Oral Care

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Saturday Open Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology CE Approval

John Svirsky is a board certified oral pathologist at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). He is a sought after speaker with an international reputation as an informative and entertaining lecturer. He has received the outstanding alumnus award from VCU in 2013, the Distinguished Service Award from the Dawson Academy and an honorary membership in the American Academy of Oral Medicine.


19 20 MAY 24 TO 28 PALAIS DES CONGRÈS DE MONTRÉAL

MONTREAL | CANADA

Dr. Ronni Brown

Dr. Lee-Ann Brady

Addiction and Dentistry

Restorative Dentistry

Implants

Endodontics

Management

Dr. Warren Karp

Dr. Gilles Lavigne

Nutrition

Dr. David Hornbrook

Douleur et Apnée

Dr. Sergio Kutler

Restorative Dentistry

Mrs. Patricia Lenton

Endodontics

Halitosis

Mr. Tom Viola

Dr. Chafic Safi

Pharmacology

Endodontics

Mrs. Sylvie Martel

Dr. Daniel G. Butterman

Dr. Brett Gilbert

Mr. Peter Barry

Débridement, ultrasons

odq.qc.ca/convention

Dr. Deborah Saunders Oral Medicine

Dr. Warren Yunker Pediatric Dentistry


Saturday, March 9

‘So You Think You Can Speak?’ 10th Edition Official conference of the:

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 learn from these speakers who may one day become featured conference speakers!

Session Chairs: Gabriele Maycher, Bill Toews, Kevin Aminzadeh, Joel Fransen, Kathleen Keller

Morning Presentations Effectively Dealing with Disrespectful Patients and Staff

Paul Pelletier is a corporate lawyer, international professional speaker, project manager, and business executive with over 25 years of experience. The author of two books on workplace bullying, he is an advocate, consultant and trainer in workplace respect, bullying, and leadership. He is a regular presenter at global conferences on the topic of Workplace Respect.

Paul Pelletier, LL.B, PMP

Saturday, 9:00am–10:00am

Dealing with nightmare patients and staff is never fun, but it’s essential. Learn how to effectively reduce and manage dental practice disrespect. With many tools and an action plan, your dental office can create an effective strategy to prevent, manage and stop disrespect when it occurs.

VCC West - Room 212 Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication CE Approval

CDSBC PM

CDHBC F.2

Periodontal Urgent and Acute Dental Care, How to Deal with Periodontal Emergencies

Reem Atout joined the University of Manitoba in 2010. Her duties include teaching periodontics at graduate level. Dr. Atout leaned about her passion for teaching after spending a year at Harvard University as a clinic instructor in 2009. In addition to teaching she does part time private practice. Dr. Atout received her Certificate in Periodontology and MS degree from the University of Alabama.

Saturday, 9:00am–10:00am

The diagnosis of the periodontal emergencies and acute pain as well as the management will be covered. This lecture will provide clinical tips, tricks and techniques to help practitioners quickly ensure that urgent and acute problems and concerns of periodontal emergency patients are resolved.

Reem N. Atout, BDS, DDS, MS, FRCDC(C) VCC West - Room 213 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Periodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Breathe Easy-Sleep Tight-Treatment Options for the ‘Epidemic’ – Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Randall Patch - BSc 1969 University of Victoria, DMD 1974 UBC, MD 1977 UBC. He commenced practice in general medicine and dentistry in Kamloops, 1978. He was Director of Member Services, BCDA 2012/13. He currently practices dentistry and consultation practice in sleep medicine- 2013 to present. He fabricates an approved sleep appliance for appropriate patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea.

Randall Patch, BSc, DMD, MD, CCFP (LM) FCFP

Saturday, 9:00am–10:00am

Obstructive Sleep Apnea, a growing health condition affecting both men and women, can lead to hypertension, hyperlipidemia, cardiovascular and serious metabolic disease. Dentists can and should play a significant role in diagnosing and treating this epidemic of serious sleep disorder.

VCC West - Room 214

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Sleep Apnea CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

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PDC Lab Expo open 8:00am to 3:00pm


Saturday, March 9

Saturday So You Think You Can Speak – 10th Edition

‘So You Think You Can Speak?’ 10th Edition

PDC Lab Expo open 8:00am to 3:00pm Official conference of the:

Morning Presentations To Stress Or Not To Stress

Emily Letran is the CEO of two multispecialty group practices for more than 20 years in Southern California. As a mother of three, she creatively manages work life and family life. As a High Performance Coach, she helps her clients win back time from work, streamline business and increase profits. Dr Letran is the author of several books and the Founder of ACTION To WIN seminars.

Emily Letran, DDS, MS

Saturday, 10:00am–11:00am VCC West - Room 212

Stress is part of our professional life. Management of stress to avoid burn out is critical for success. This fast paced presentation will give you specific tools/strategies to control stress by being very intentional, setting concrete goals, keeping the team accountable, and maximizing productivity.

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Personal Development CE Approval

CDSBC PM

CDHBC F.2

Oral Health Risks and Cultural Habits

Sherry Priebe graduated with her Dip.DH (University of Alberta), BDSc and MSc (UBC). She was awarded the ‘World Dent Hyg Award in Research’ for her cultural oral cancer collaborative research in Vietnam and published in the Vietnam J of Med and Pharm, the Can J of Dent Hyg, the Int’l J of Dent Hyg, Oralhygiene and the Dent Health J (UK). Sherry is a DH clinician, OK College educator and mentors UBC students in Vietnam.

Sherry Priebe, RDH, BDSc, MSc

Saturday, 10:00am–11:00am VCC West - Room 213

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Prevention/Diagnosis CE Approval

CDSBC CL

One oral health global trend is that people are migrating globally bringing their cultural habits to their new country. Oral health professionals are in the best position to notice their patients’ mucosal changes from unique cultural oral habits such as khat, kola nut, coca leaf, betel nut and snuf.

CDHBC C.4 E.2

What to Know When Retrieving Fractured Implant Abutment Screws

Kelvin Ian Afrashtehfar currently holds the position of Visiting Research Associate at the University of Bern in Switzerland.

Kelvin Ian Afrashtehfar, DDS, MSc, Dr med dent

Saturday, 10:00am–11:00am

Implant abutments screw-fractures are becoming more frequent complications as implants grow in popularity. These fractures are a major concern since it is extremely challenging to remove a fractured screw from the implant body.

VCC West - Room 214 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Achieve Your Ultimate Goal; Take Command of Your Destiny!!!

Mahsa Soraya was born in Iran and immigrated to Canada in 1982. She graduated from UBC in 1991 and married her classmate Dr. Alexander Galo. She has a thriving general practice in Delta for the past 27 years. Dr. Soraya’s keen interest in self development motivated her to travel with Tony Robbins for almost 2 years and she continues to search for ways to self improve and achieve her goals.

Mahsa Soraya, BSC, BED, DMD

Saturday, 10:00am–11:00am VCC West - Room 215/216

Dr. Soraya will reveal the vital keys to controlling your mental and emotional state as she gives you 5 specific strategies for achieving what you desire the most. As participants, you will learn why you are experiencing roadblocks and how to remove obstacles and achieve your ultimate goals!

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Personal Development CE Approval

CDSBC PM

CDHBC N/A

Trauma-informed Care: Mindful Approaches for Practitioners and Patients

Brian Dean Williams is a registered clinical counsellor and mindfulness meditation teacher who presents widely across the country on mindfulness as a strategy for supporting patients / clients, and also as a self-care strategy for healthcare practitioners. He has specialized training in trauma, and teaches trauma-informed care to frontline healthcare providers. Brian has a busy private practice in Gastown.

Brian Dean Williams,

MA Counselling Psychology; Registered Clinical Counsellor

Saturday, 11:00am–12:00pm

We will discuss the practice of trauma-informed care, and how to apply this in a dentistry practice. We will discuss the origins of trauma, how it might present in your patients, and how to respond skillfully. Mindfulness will be offered as a strategy for both patients and professionals.

VCC West - Room 212 Learning Pattern: Personal Development Health CE Approval

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CDHBC B.1

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Saturday, March 9

‘So You Think You Can Speak?’ 10th Edition Official conference of the:

Morning Presentations The Missing Dimension: The Art of Patient Communication Angela Mulrooney, DMD

Saturday, 11:00am–12:00pm VCC West - Room 213 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Communication CE Approval

CDSBC NE

CDHBC B.2

Cleft Lip and Palate: What You Need to Know as a General Dentist Ajit Jay Lalli, DMD, M. Dent

Saturday, 11:00am–12:00pm VCC West - Room 214 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Surgery, Treatment Planning CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC C.1 C.2

Workplace Conflict: You Can’t Afford NOT To Deal With It Lori Bender, CDA, Cert Conflict Resolution

Saturday, 11:00am–12:00pm VCC West - Room 215/216 Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication CE Approval

CDSBC PM

CDHBC F.2

Angela Mulrooney turned a run-down clinic into a cutting edge practice referred to by colleagues for full-mouth reconstruction, I.V. sedation, and sleep apnea therapy. In doing so, she more than doubled her hourly production while working 50% fewer hours. After a career ending injury, she decided to switch gears and now helps other dentists realize their potential in practice.

The dream in dentistry? Work smarter, not harder. Most dentists never achieve it because we lack the key that unlocks the dream: great communication. Without it, the skills and technology we invest in gather dust. Stop educating your patients into making the right decision and change the conversation!

Ajit Jay Lalli completed his DMD in 2012 at the University of Saskatchewan and subsequently completed his General Practice Residency at the Saskatoon Health Region. Following this he completed his speciality training in Oral and Maxillofacial from the University of Manitoba and obtained a Masters in Dentistry. He currently works in Saskatoon and is a member of the cleft lip and palate team.

The lecture will describe the basic embryology and pertinent anatomy of the cleft lip and palate patient. It will outline the multiple specialities and treatments involved from birth to adulthood. Common issues that a general dentist may face in the cleft population will also be discussed. Lori Bender worked as a Certified Dental Assistant from 2010 to 2015. She has an appreciation for the particular stressors that come to bear in a dental environment. Her career has since taken her into the field of Conflict Resolution, and she is excited to support dental professionals in transforming potentially problematic workplace conflicts into opportunities for dynamic and creative growth.

This session will look at attitudes towards conflict and how different behavioural responses to conflict situations helps or hinders our ultimate goals for work and life. Participants will leave this session having learned, observed and practiced tangible skills for productive conflict engagement.

Afternoon Presentations Tech-Savvy Professionals, Tech-Savvy Parents: Bridging the Digital Divide Jessica Wollen, BA, BEd and Certified Sexual Health Educator

Saturday, 1:00pm–2:00pm VCC West - Room 212 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Technology CE Approval

CDSBC NE

Oxana Korj, DMD, FRCD(C)

Saturday, 1:00pm–2:00pm VCC West - Room 213

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Surgery CDSBC CL

Jessica will share her experiences and of the promises and perils of new technologies, especially for children and youth. She will outline practical tools to support participants in skillfully navigating this changing landscape, to ultimately keep children and youth safe as they engage with tech.

CDHBC N/A

Surgical Pitfalls One May Not See Coming

CE Approval

Grounded in values of safety, respect, and collaboration, Jessica Wollen has worked with children and youth since 1995. She is the founder and Owner of Shift Education, a company devoted to healthy relationship development in communities and schools.She is a dynamic presenter that brings humour to every workshop. Jessica is a Teacher, a Certified Sexual Health Educator and a parent to three sons.

CDHBC D.1

Oxana Korj is a UBC graduate, class of 2011. Following graduation, Dr. Korj enjoyed a year of general dental practice in Yorkton, Saskatchewan. She then completed a four-year residency program in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the Washington Hospital Center, Washington, DC. Dr. Korj is now enjoying a full scope practice as an Oral and Maxillofacial surgeon in White Rock, BC.

The presentation will focus on pre-operative assessment of a surgical patient aimed to identify risk factors for potential complications. The examples of the topics will include considerations regarding medically compromised patients, select medications, and history of exposure to radiation.

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PDC Lab Expo open 8:00am to 3:00pm


Saturday, March 9

Saturday So You Think You Can Speak – 10th Edition

‘So You Think You Can Speak?’ 10th Edition

PDC Lab Expo open 8:00am to 3:00pm Official conference of the:

Afternoon Presentations Negotiating Commercial Leases and Renewals FOR DUMMIES Jeff Grandfield, BA (Honors) Dale Willerton

Saturday, 1:00pm–2:00pm VCC West - Room 214 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approval

CL CDSBC NE

Z.9 CDHBC N/A

Occupational Chronic Pain in Dental Professions. Applying the Alexander Technique. Alena Minova, BA

Saturday, 1:00pm–2:00pm VCC West - Room 215/216 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Ergonomics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC D.3

Beyond Informed Consent – Body Autonomy in the Dental Office Sheila Soroushian, DMD

Saturday, 2:00pm–3:00pm VCC West - Room 212 Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication CE Approval

CDSBC NC

CDHBC F.1 B.2

The Effects of E-Cigarette Vaping in Periodontal Tissues Carlos Figueredo, DDS

Saturday, 2:00pm–3:00pm VCC West - Room 213 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Periodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC D.2

Guided Versus Non-Guided Dental Implant Placements’ Failure Rates and Associated Risk Nancy Abdelhay, BDS, MSc, PhD

Saturday, 2:00pm–3:00pm VCC West - Room 214

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approval

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CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Jeff Grandfield is a senior consultant with The Lease Coach. He completed his honor’s degree in business administration with a designation in Marketing from Wilfrid Laurier University. He and Dale Willerton are co-authors of Negotiating Commercial Leases & Renewals FOR DUMMIES and dozens of dental publications articles. Dale Willerton spent many years working for commercial Landlords before realizing that it wasn’t the Landlords who needed help, it was the Tenants. In 1993, he switched side and became The Lease Coach spending the last 25 years negotiating over 2500 Tenant leases and writing three books on leasing commercial real estate.

Learn the 13 costly mistakes dental tenants make negotiating their office lease or renewal. This session will cover most frequent and avoidable mistakes dental tenants make and dispel common myths and misconceptions many dentists have about the process of negotiating an office lease. Alena Minova is one of the 20 CanStat certified Alexander Technique specialists in BC, a movement and postural technique. It is taught at major performance arts schools, including Royal Academy in London. Today anybody can benefit from it. It is an effective scientific method to work with excessive tension and pain. Alena has also taught yoga for 8 years, she is yoga for Scoliosis certified.

The recent dental statistics show that almost 90% of practicing dentists are in pain with muscular-skeletal disorders. Excessive self-contraction causes loss of sensation, tingling, numbness, pain. Yet, Inner Ergonomics can help dentists ease even most severe symptoms of painful ischemia.

Sheila Soroushian received her dental degree from Tufts University in Boston, MA and her orthodontic specialty from Howard University in Washington, DC. She practices in beautiful Colorado Springs, CO. She has always been passionate about working with children of all ages and enjoys how orthodontics allows her an opportunity to develop a special relationship with her patients.

Consent has a place in the dental office, and this presentation will review how this plays out for all members of the dental team. The objective is to ensure that patients feel EMPOWERED not only about their oral health but also about how their body gets handled. Carlos Figueredo is a general dentist graduated from the Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He has two years of general practice in his hometown and is now starting his research career as a Master’s student in Dentistry at the University of Alberta. His research interests are oral biology and etiology of periodontal diseases.

A discussion on the available evidence of the effects of e-cigarette vaping on periodontal tissues, with comparisons of clinical parameters and biological markers between groups exclusively vaping e-cigs and never smokers. Including a comparison between these results and regular smoking effects. Nancy Abdelhay is an experienced general dentist from Egypt, who had done extensive research on developmental diseases. She has MSc and PhD degrees on Oral Biology. She had successfully completed her first Postdoctoral training at Dental College of Georgia, USA. Now, she is a Postdoctoral fellow at the Department of Dentistry at UofA. The focus of her research is periodontology and implantology.

Digital technology has opened a new era of implant surgical planning and is rising to be the gold standard used in dental implants. In this talk we are discussing the benefits, risks and failure rates of using this innovation in comparison to the conventional non-guided implant placement.


Saturday, March 9

‘So You Think You Can Speak?’ 10th Edition Official conference of the:

Afternoon Presentations Advanced Imaging in Dentistry Shadi Hamidiaval, DDS, MSc

Saturday, 2:00pm–3:00pm VCC West - Room 215/216 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Digital Imaging, General Medicine CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Implement Success – Speaking to be Understood Michelle Kertesz, Registered Restorative Dental Hygienist, Professional Coach

Saturday, 3:00pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 213 Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication CE Approval

CDSBC PM

CDHBC B.2

Shadi Hamidiaval graduated from the University of Shahid Beheshti in 2011,Tehran, Iran. She was board certified in Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology from Shahid Beheshti University in 2015. She is an Assistant professor, Department of OMFR, Dental Faculty, Shahed University of medical sciences. Shadi is an International Association Dental Research member and now has a private practice.

Discussion on the importance of being familiar with Sectional Anatomy of Head and Neck in CBCT, in MDCT, and in MRI for diagnosis of abnormal conditions from normal variations. Prescribing appropriate imaging based on individual clinical examination to take the most advantage of the para-clinics.

Michelle Kertesz’s commitment to the Dental Profession began in 1986 and continues to grow, infusing new learning in all aspects of Dentistry. A Professional Coach with 30 years of experience and expertise in technical businesses, team engagement, and transformational growth, she is able to unlock the true potential of her clients, allowing them and their businesses to enjoy greater vitality.

This presentation will illustrate the 3 key elements in speaking for understanding that will maximize the participant’s influence with their teams, clients, professionally and personally. Participants will focus on learning to create openness, to engage in level 3 speaking, and to manage emotions.

Our Patients Deserve Better: Part Two – A Call to Action Robert Johnson, BSc, DDS

Saturday, 3:00pm–4:00pm

VCC West - Room 215/216 Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Robert Johnson earned his dental degree from the University of Alberta in 2009. He practices with his wife Melanie in Salmon Arm. He has spent the last 9 years trying to find a better way to address what he sees as some very serious deficiencies with the current thinking in the profession. He believes the goal should be 100% prevention and that will require a major paradigm shift.

I’m hoping to start a very important conversation about what it means to be a ‘profession’; and some steps I believe we need to take if we want dentistry to continue to qualify.

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PDC Lab Expo open 8:00am to 3:00pm


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Pacific Dental Conference Lab Expo Saturday, March 9, 2019 Vancouver, BC

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Welcome to the premier Western Canada PDC Lab Expo PDC Lab Expo - Saturday

Official conference of the:

We are very excited about the program at this year’s conference in partnership with the Pacific Dental Conference [PDC]. This conference provides us the opportunity to come together under one roof and strengthen the Chris Opitz President, DTABC profession of dental technology. The breakout sessions feature leading experts who are able to share their knowledge and tips that will help you in your profession. The PDC Lab Expo will continue to showcase suppliers with the latest dental technology equipment, materials and methods. We encourage you to spend time visiting the booths to gain insight and network with our industry partners. On behalf of the Board of Directors of the DTABC and our partners at PDC, I would like to thank you for making our annual conference a success and for making it a priority in your continuing education and networking activities. Enjoy and have fun!

Bruce Ward Director, PDC

Welcome to PDC Lab Expo, Western Canada’s largest dental lab exhibition taking place on Saturday, March 9, 2019. Come and be part of this growing event!

The PDC Lab Expo welcomes all registered PDC attendees to the lectures and the exhibits. Join us for lunch and explore the latest technologies and equipment that the specialized selection of exhibitors have to offer. Please join us for a great day of learning!

2019 DTABC Organizing Committee Chris Opitz, RDT (DTABC President) Nadja Jakobi, MDT, RDT Roberto Kim, RDT Dragon Lipovac, RDT, PIDP Renata Cecconi, BA, Dipl.Tech (DTABC) Shannon Brown, PDC Managing Director Zoie Jansen, PDC Staff

To learn more about the Dental Technicians Association of BC visit www.dentaltechniciansofbc.com or contact office@dentaltechniciansofbc.com Tel: 604-278-6279 or toll free at 888-495-4566

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3M Canada www.3m.com 519-451-2500 x2263 Booth LE-17 amartin5.cw@3m.com

Carestream Dental www.carestreamdental.com 855-762-2291 Booth LE-37 debra.roschetzky@csdental.com

EDI Digital Technology www.ediceramics.com 604-542-9525 Booth LE-28 info@srgo.ca

Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. www.sinclairdental.com 800-663-7393 Booth LE-6 info@sinclairdental.com

3Shape www.3shape.com 908-867-0144 Booth LE-13 trang.vu@3shape.com

CDI College www.cdicollege.ca 604-722-4855 Booth LE-31 Hooman.janami@cdicollege.ca

Emerald Dental Works www.emeralddental.com 905-667-0808 Booth LE-25 mrotsaert@emeralddental.com

Straumann Canada www.straumann.com 604-561-5994 Booth LE-15 mark.connelly@straumann.com

Allecon Dental Supply Inc. www.allecon.ca 778-387-8867 Booth LE-30 catherinec@allecon.ca

Central Dental Ltd. www.centraldentalltd.com 416-271-9015 Booth LE-9 joe.smith@centraldentalltd.com

Endo/Tech www.endo-tech.com 902-429-2257 Booth LE-19 svincent@endo-tech.com

Surgically Clean Air Inc. www.surgicallycleanair.com 877-440-7770 x702 Booth LE-32 info@surgicallycleanair.com

Argen Canada www.argencanada.com 604-868-6977 Booth LE-7 richardn@argencanada.com

Cowan Insurance Group www.cowangroup.ca 905-523-8507 x42250 Booth LE-33 sigrid.neumann@cowangroup.ca

Garfield Refining Company www.garfieldrefining.com 800-523-0968 Booth LE-8 info@garfieldrefining.com

Synca Marketing www.synca.com 450-582-1093 x241 Booth LE-27 stefanie.m@synca.com

Aurum Crest www.aurumgroup.com 403-228-5199 Booth LE-10 mitchellj@aurumgroup.com

CyperTM www.cyper.ca 514-265-8368 Booth LE-34 elena.pomazanova@cyper.ca

Ivoclar Vivadent www.ivoclarvivadent.ca 800-263-8182 Booth LE-3 laura.prosser@ivoclarvivadent.com

U Plus Trading Ltd 587-830-5006 Booth LE-35 info@uptrading.ca

BEGO Canada www.begocanada.com 418-683-6567 Booth LE-29 liza@begocanada.com

Dental Technicians Association of BC dentaltechniciansofbc.com 604-940-2995 Booth LE-2 renata@dentaltechniciansofbc.com

LeoneAmerica Dental Products, Inc. www.leoneamerica.com 805-487-9860 Booth LE-11 info@leoneamerica.com

CADCAN Digital Dental and Supplies Inc. www.cadcandental.com 778-991-7453 Booth LE-16 arash.ashtiani@cadcandental.com

Dentaurum Canada Inc. www.dentaurum.ca 800-363-9973 Booth LE-14 info@dentaurum.ca

Pacific Abrasives Inc www.pacificabrasivesinc.com 425-788-7433 Booth LE-26 alex@pacabrasives.com

Dentsply Sirona www.dentsplysirona.com 905-330-8260 Booth LE-39 les.szlafarski@dentsplysirona.com

Panthera Dental www.pantheradental.com 418-527-0388 x105 Booth LE-5 marketing@pantheradental.com

Vancouver Community College www.vcc.ca 604-871-7000 x8502 Booth LE-36 amaming@vcc.ca Zahn Canada, A division of Henry Schein Inc. www. zahncanada.ca 905-646-1711 x3113 Booth LE-4 elena.capellari@henryschein.ca

The time to connect is now – join us at the PDC Lab Expo, March 9, 2019


Program at a Glance Saturday, March 9, 2019

Official conference of the:

PDC Lab Expo – Ballroom A/B Welcome Address / Coffee available Keynote Presentation: Bring Your ‘A’ Game to Work & Life – Stephanie Staples

9:15am - 10:30am 11:30am - 1:00pm 2:00pm - 3:00pm

Coffee Break and Exhibits Lunch (11:30 - 12:30) and Exhibits Coffee Break and Exhibits

DTABC Concurrent Sessions Room 202/203/204

Bassam Haddad Be a part in “The Wind of Change”, Ceramotion One Touch 10:00am - 11:30am

Mike Racich The Basic Rules of Effective Dental Material Usage 12:30pm - 2:00pm

Leon Hermanides Profitability – Technology, Materials and the Contemporary Dental Laboratory 2:30pm - 4:00pm

Room 205/206/207

Devaughn Fraser CAD/CAM for Laboratory & inLab Software 18 – Intro

Boyd Doucette Genios Denture Teeth 12:30pm - 2:00pm

Devaughn Fraser CAD/CAM for Laboratory & inLab Software 18 – Advanced

Room 208/209

Alex Alvarado Making Digitally Designed and Fabricated Dentures a Reality

Larry Bodony Open Architecture and the Future of CAD/CAM Dentistry

Robyn Duke The Which, When, and Where of Zirconia!

10:15am - 11:45am

10:30am - 12:00pm

1:00pm - 2:30pm

PDC Lab Expo - Saturday

8:00am Lab Expo Open 8:15am - 9:15am

3:00pm - 4:30pm

3:00pm - 4:30pm

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Dental Technicians Association of BC – Sessions

Keynote Presentation Saturday 8:00am–9:15am

Official conference of the:

VCC West – Ballroom A/B

Bring Your ‘A’ Game to Work & Life Stephanie Staples, CSP

Friday, 8:15am–9:15am VCC West - Ballroom AB Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication, Personal Development CE Approval

CDSBC NC

CDHBC B.1 B.2

Stephanie Staples is BC’s newest resident; an author, radio host and social entrepreneur who works with busy professionals from the Mayo Clinic to the Middle East to help them find more time, energy and motivation! She is a Women Entrepreneur of the Year winner, a wife, mom and triathlete (she came in last, but who’s counting?). Her programs are proven to increase feelings of hope, happiness and empowerment.

If you have ever been tired, overwhelmed, stressed and it’s not even lunch time yet, you will need to hear this presentation. If you have ever felt like there was not enough time, energy and motivation to do the things you know you ‘should’ do, you will appreciate this presentation.If you have significant relationships that have room for improvement, you should grab your pen and paper and run, not walk, into this presentation!

Concurrent Sessions (morning) Be a part in “The Wind of Change”, Ceramotion One Touch Bassam Haddad, CDT

Saturday, 10:00am–11:30am VCC West - Room 202/203/204 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Materials/Techniques CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

CAD/CAM for Laboratory & inLab Software 18 – Intro Devaughn Fraser, DT

Saturday, 10:15am–11:45pm VCC West - Room 205/206/207 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Digital Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Bassam Haddad has graduated in 1990 and earned many professional international certifications and masteries of various dental technology. He is serving as a leader opinion consultant for many international manufacturers. He is known for giving passionate lectures and hands on courses. Bassam is the author of several international articles and a proud member of Oral Design international group.

Lecture Objective: To achieve complexe shades match with full zirconia crowns, gum shading and translucencies within the incisal edge. To explain how surface morphologie can affect the surface gloss, intensity characterization and tooth contour. Co-sponsored by Dentaurum Canada Inc.

Devaughn Fraser has worked in the dental industry for 15yrs as a technician or as Director of Highland Dental Lab. Devaughn has received advanced design certificates from Dentsply Sirona and Vita. Further, he is numbered amongst a lucky few who are ‘Global inLab Trainers’. He is also a beta tester for both chairside and laboratory software and materials. Devaughn self identifies as a toothnerd.

Curious? Terrific. Come and see how inLab 18 can be both simple yet powerful. You have wondered about design and milling - let us show you how to safely navigate these digital waters. Sharing effective (and even fun) workflows to help you reinvigorate your business - from crowns to bridges and beyond. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

Making Digitally Designed and Fabricated Dentures a Reality Alex Alvarado, CDT

Saturday, 10:30am–12:00pm VCC West - Room 208/209 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Digital Dentistry CE Approval

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CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Alex Alvarado is a certified crown and bridge dental technician with over 25 years’ experience in the dental industry. Certified since 2004, Alex has been a lecturer, clinical educator and an advocate of CAD/CAM globally for the past eleven years.

In this lecture you will learn how 3Shape Dental Design software can help you to digitalize and in many cases, improve and eliminate steps in your workflows. The speaker will go through the 3Shape software and show how you can achieve predictable, optimal results. Co-sponsored by 3Shape


The Basic Rules of Effective Dental Material Usage Mike Racich, DDS

Saturday, 12:30pm–2:00pm VCC West - Room 202/203/204 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Materials/Techniques CE Approval

CDSBC CL

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Genios Denture Teeth Boyd Doucette, Denturist Technology Diploma (NAIT)

Saturday, 12:30pm–2:00pm VCC West - Room 205/206/207 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Removable Prosthodontics CE Approval

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Mike Racich, a 1982 graduate from University of British Columbia, has a general dental practice emphasizing comprehensive restorative dentistry, prosthodontics and TMD/ orofacial pain. He is a Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry and the American College of Dentists as well as a Diplomate of the American Board of Orofacial Pain and the International Congress of Oral Implantologists.

This presentation will take a practical look at current restorative dental/prosthodontic material usage and techniques for both single and multi-tooth dentistry, and put forward suggestions to enhance treatment efficacy and predictability. Co-sponsored by Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc.

Boyd Doucette is a graduate of NAIT and has been a fully licensed denturist since 2012. Upon graduating, Boyd went back to Saskatoon and joined the family business along side his brother, Britten. Together they are the current owners of two clinics within the Saskatoon area, MBK Denture Clinic and Warman Denture & Implant Solutions. During Boyds free time he enjoys many sports and travelling.

An overall look of the quality, aesthetics and stability of Genios denture teeth by Dentsply. During this lecture we will touch base on cast identification, durability, and what occlusal schemes to best use with Genios and when to implement the Genios tooth lines into the daily use of practitioners. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

Open Architecture and the Future of CAD/CAM Dentistry Larry Bodony, BSEE, MSEE from MIT

Saturday, 1:00pm–2:30pm VCC West - Room 208/209 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Digital Dentistry, Technology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

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Larry Bodony is an experienced engineer and manager. His career has lead new products in electronic music (Kurzweil), video (Avid), e-commerce (Wearlogic), RFID security (Lockheed Martin). In 2007, Larry was VP at Sensable Technologies, the first digital partial denture. Now as President, exocad America, he leads marketing, sales and support for over 25 dental system integration partners.

Single-vendor clinical CAD/CAM solutions work, but as technology advances, there are more and confusing choices. This practical talk will describe how to research, evaluate and profitably invest in open architecture CAD/ CAM systems, while protecting against technology obsolescence.

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Concurrent Sessions (afternoon) Profitability – Technology, Materials and the Contemporary Dental Laboratory

Leon Hermanides, NHD Dental Tech, CDT

Saturday, 2:30pm–4:00pm

VCC West - Room 202/203/204 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Digital Dentistry CE Approval

CDHBC N/A

CAD/CAM for Laboratory & inLab Software 18 – Advanced Devaughn Fraser, DT

Saturday, 3:00pm–4:30pm VCC West - Room 205/206/207

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Digital Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

This presentation is a real life look at ideas for managing the extraordinary risks and great opportunities of owning and maintaining technology in a modern dental laboratory. The program will discuss options such as when to outsource and when to own technology, and what is the ‘Tipping Point’ for your lab? Devaughn Fraser has worked in the dental industry for 15yrs as a technician or as Director of Highland Dental Lab. Devaughn has received advanced design certificates from Dentsply Sirona and Vita. Further, he is numbered amongst a lucky few who are ‘Global inLab Trainers’. He is also a beta tester for both chairside and laboratory software and materials. Devaughn self identifies as a toothnerd.

Curious? Terrific. Come and see how inLab 18 can be both simple yet powerful. This session will take you beyond your average molar. From advanced anterior work, model builder, splint design, custom trays, removables and beyond. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

The Which, When, and Where of Zirconia! Robyn Duke, DH

Saturday, 3:00pm–4:30pm VCC West - Room 208/209 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Materials/Techniques CE Approval

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Leon Hermanides is a Clinical Instructor at the Kois Center programs and is a member of study clubs around the Puget Sound area. He is the Chair of the Foundation for Dental Technology and participates on the board of the NADL, and the Advisory Board for the Dental Technology program at Bates Technical College. Leon has published articles on implants and comprehensive restorative rehabilitations.

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

Robyn Duke is an experienced Infection Prevention and Dental Product Specialist with a clinical history as a Dental Hygienist. Skilled in sales, Infection Prevention and Control guidelines and best practices, presentation creation and facilitation, and clinical dental preventative care. Strong healthcare services and sales professional with an infectious enthusiasm for learning.

Zirconia has become a mainstay of indirect restorative dentistry. The evolution of zirconia has lead to new categories within the material type. Each zirconia has different physical and optical properties allowing more diversity to satisfy a variety of clinical situations. Co-sponsored by 3M Oral Care


Innovative tooth movement designed for the way dentists work. See why Invisalign® Go is the intuitive way to give your patients the smile they desire. Visit Align Technology at booth #1277. It’s the new treatment designed with general dentists in mind. From its simple interface to streamlined digital workflow, Invisalign Go provides an intuitive solution for practice integration. • Receive automated case assessments in just minutes using Invisalign Photo Uploader • Compare multiple treatment plans side by side and make real-time modifications • Show patients their future smile with iTero® intraoral scanner and the Invisalign outcome simulator

• Treat mild to moderate malocclusion cases • Use up to 20 aligners with second premolar to second premolar movement • Get outcomes you can count on with enhanced movement predictability

Come experience Invisalign Go hands-on at booth #1277!

Learn more at invisalignGo.com © 2018 Align Technology, Inc. All rights reserved. Invisalign, the Invisalign logo, iTero logo, among others, are trademarks and/or service marks of Align Technology, Inc. or one of its subsidiaries or affiliated companies and may be registered in the U.S. and/or other countries.


Be sure to visit the Exhibit Hall

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The Pacific Dental Conference is pleased to present the Exhibit Hall which will provide you with the widest selection of products and services in one place. With over 600 booths you are sure to find the latest products and services to help you reach clinical and practice excellence. Exhibitor personnel are on hand for two full days to provide their expertise for you to make the right choice for your practice.

Don’t forget to join us for the Exhibit Hall Reception on Thursday and Friday from 4:00pm to 5:15pm for complimentary beverages. This is a great opportunity to meet and socialize with the exhibitors and your friends in a casual atmosphere.

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Exhibitor Listings Argen Canada www.argencanada.com 250-712-1344 Booth 202 richardn@argencanada.com

BMO Bank of Montreal www.bmo.com/main/business 877-629-6262 Booth 1508 pino.loverro@bmo.com

3Shape www.3shape.com 908-867-0812 Booth 1149 michelle.cabral@3shape.com

Aseptico www.aseptico.com 425-487-3157 Booth 1804 conv@aseptico.com

Brasseler Canada www.brasselerusa.com 800-841-4522 Booth 1243 info@brasselerusa.com

A-dec, Inc. www.a-dec.com 503-548-7478 Booth 643 domestic@a-dec.com

Atop Dental Canada Inc. www.atopdent.ca 416-293-2868 Booth 349 jay@atopdent.ca

A.Titan Instruments www.operatorymanagement.com 877-837-4277 Booth 955 kim.valenti@atitan.com

Attridge www.attridgeconsulting.com 888-337-7781 Booth 95 info@attridgegroup.com

British Columbia Dental Association www.bcdental.org 604-736-7202 Booth 719 bcda@bcdental.org

ABELDent Inc. www.ABELDent.com 800-267-2235 Booth 1529 Info@ABELDent.com

BC Oral Biopsy Service www.iobs.dentistry.ubc.ca 604-675-8000 x7069 Booth L1-21 than@bccrc.ca

ACTEON North America www.acteongroup.com 800-289-6367 x260 Booth 1502 shannon.hickman@acteongroup.com

BC Oral Cancer Prevention Program 604-822-8433 Booth L1-28 dlaronde@dentistry.ubc.ca

ACU-XPD 888-415-9964 Booth 1865 lourdesinfinite@gmail.com

BCCDC – Community Antimicrobial Stewardship www.antibioticwise.ca 604-707-2518 Booth 1824 dbnd@bccdc.ca

ADIN Dental Implants Systems Ltd. www.adin-implants.com/canada 647-770-2257 Booth 1729 adva@adin-implants.com Adit www.adit.com 832-488-0567 Booths 243, 1742 info@adit.co Air Techniques www.airtechniques.com 800-247-8324 Booth 135 airtechny@gmail.com Al Heaps & Associates Inc. www.HEAPSandDOYLE.com 604-724-1964 Booth 1335 henry@heapsanddoyle.com Align Technology www.invisalign.ca 888-822-5446 Booth 1277 getcertified@aligntech.com Allstar Dental Laboratories www.allstardental.com 604-872-2552 Booth 1356 info@allstardental.com Amax Dental www.amaxsupply.com 604-533-1820 Booth 1443 bob@amaxsupply.com Ansell www.ansellcanada.ca 888-267-3555 Booth 1700 serviceclientcanada@ansell.com Arborlea Developments Ltd. www.arborleadev.com 604-587-5550 Booth 1847 info@arborleadev.com

BDO Canada LLP www.bdo.ca 780-643-8970 edanchuk@bdo.ca

Booth 1550

Belmont / Takara Company Canada Ltd. www.takarabelmont.ca 905-822-2755 Booth 219 patrick@takarabelmont.ca Bien Air Dental www.denottersales.com 780-499-9852 Booth 356 albert@denottersales.com BioHorizons Canada www.biohorizons.com 866-468-8338 Booth 1160 infocanada@biohorizons.com BIOLASE www.biolase.com 949-361-1200 Booth 849 Events@biolase.com Bisco Dental Products Canada Inc. www.biscocanada.com 604-276-8662 Booth 309 info@biscocanada.com BITES Institute www.bitesinstitute.com 604-568-1586 Booth 334 Info@bitesinstitute.com Blue & Green Inc. www.blueandgreeninc.com 416-733-7900 Booth 1643 info@blueandgreeninc.com

British Columbia Dental Hygienists’ Association www.bcdha.com 604-415-4559 Booth L1-16 info@bcdha.bc.ca CADCAN Digital Dental and Supplies Inc. www.cadcandental.com 778-991-7453 Booth 1756 info@cadcandental.com Can - Am Gold www.canamgold.ca 604-583-6657 Booth 1456 canamgold@gmail.com Canadian Dental Assistants’ Association www.cdaa.ca 613-521-5495 Booth L1-17 info@cdaa.ca Canadian Dental Association www.cda-adc.ca 613-520-5013 Booth L1-5 lteteruck@cda-adc.ca Canadian Dental Hygienists Association www.cdha.ca 800-267-5235 Booths L1-15, 248 info@cdha.ca Canadian Dental Staffing www.canadiandentalstaffing.com 604-368-8657 Booth 1454 leanne@canadiandentalstaffing.com Cantel Canada www.crosstex.com 844-348-5636 Booth 1565 CrosstexCanada@crosstex.com Carestream Dental www.carestreamdental.com 855-762-2291 Booth 411 debra.roschetzky@csdental.com Carl Zeiss Canada Ltd. www.zeiss.ca 416-449-4660 Booth 548 czcmed@zeiss.com CDSPI www.cdspi.com 416-296-9401 cdspi@cdspi.com

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Centrix, Inc. www.centrixdental.com 203-929-5582 x7438 Booth 1763 lthunem@centrixdental.com

Certified Dental Assistants of British Columbia www.cdabc.org 604-714-1766 Booth L1-18 info@cdabc.org Cerum Ortho Organizers www.aurumgroup.com 800-661-1169 Booth 1255 cerum@aurumgroup.com CIBC www.cibc.com 604-673-8837 Citagenix Inc. www.citagenix.com 877-243-6724 info@citagenix.com ClaroNav www.claronav.com 647-951-1525 info@claronav.com

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Clear Correct www.clearcorrect.com 978-747-2542 Booth 119 maureen.payne@straumann.com ClearDent www.cleardent.com 866-253-2748 x1 info@cleardent.com

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3M Oral Care www.3M.ca/dental 519-452-6560 Booth 1000 gkmcglynn@mmm.com

Clinical Dental Training www.clinicaldentaltraining.com 416-837-1845 Booth 1848 jennifer@lsdtheagency.com Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services www.clinicalresearchdental.com 800-265-3444 Booth 1308 info@clinicalresearchdental.com Colgate www.colgateprofessional.com 416-421-6000 Booth 1219 College of Dental Hygienists of BC www.cdhbc.com 250-383-4101 Booth 843 cdhbc@cdhbc.com College of Dental Surgeons of BC www.cdsbc.org 604-736-3621 Booth 943 info@cdsbc.org College of Dental Technicians of BC www.cdtbc.ca 604-742-6561 Booth L1-12 info@cdtbc.ca College of Denturists of BC www.cd.bc.ca 604-515-0533 Booth L1-10 registrar@cd.bc.ca Coltene Inc. www.coltene.com 800-221-3046 Booths 1128, 1134, 1228 gina.pratt@coltene.com

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Exhibitor Listings ConfirmByEmail www.practicealpha.com 403-852-4382 Booths 1562, 1624 dean@confirmbyemail.com Connect the Doc www.getconnectthedoc.com 778-882-6663 Booth 1743 nadeem@connectthedoc.com

Exhibitor Listings

Consult-PRO www.consult-pro.com 800-519-6569 x232 Booth 1748 lana@consult-pro.com Crest Oral-B Inc. www.dentalcare.ca 416-730-4110 Booth 187, 743 tso.s@pg.com Crowe MacKay www.crowemackay.ca 780-267-9833 Booth 1548 brittany.pitruniak@crowemackay.ca David Mitchell General Contractor www.dmco.ca 604-805-5645 Booth 1229 davoodmoradir@gmail.com DenMat www.denmat.com 800-433-6628 info@denmat.com

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Dens ‘N Dente www.densndente.ca 905-475-3367 x101 Booth 1408 mrazakazi@densndente.ca Dental Canada INSTRUMENTATION www.mydentalcanada.com 905-641-0975 Booth 1850 jongyoon@mydentalcanada.com Dental Fix Rx www.dentalfixrx.com 250-954-9344 Booth 151 connie.stokes@dentalfixrx.com Dental Industry Association of Canada www.diac.ca 905-417-7462 Booth L1-20 debra@diac.ca Dental Savings Club www.dentalsavingsclub.com 888-768-1230 Booth 1419 info@dentalsavingsclub.com Dental Technicians Association of BC www.dentaltechniciansofbc.com 604-278-6279 Booth L1-13 office@dentaltechniciansofbc.com Dental Tribune America, LLC www.dental-tribune.com 212-244-7181 Booth L1-6 l.colquhoun@dental-tribune.com dentalcorp www.dentalcorp.ca 416-558-8338 x285 Booth 1319 elyse.leblanc@dentalcorp.ca

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Dentrix www.henryschein.ca/ca-en/dental/ technology/Software 905-832-9101 x4271 Booth 709 stephen.jeffrey@henryschein.ca Dentsply Sirona www.dentsply.ca 905-851-6060 Booths 443, 474 Denturist Association of British Columbia www.denturist.bc.ca 604-886-1705 Booth L1-11 info@denturist.bc.ca Designs for Vision, Inc. www.DesignsForVision.com 800-345-4009 Booth 648 info@DesignsForVision.com DEXIS www.dexis.com 414-331-3067 Booth 1010 mary.koloski@kavokerr.com DiaDent Group International www.diadent.com 604-451-8851 Booth 1049 diadent@diadent.com Digital Doc, LLC www.digi-doc.com 916-941-8010 Booth 1704 kkelley@digi-doc.com DMG www.dmg-america.com 800-662-6383 Booth 59 info@dmg-america.com DPAP Counselling 800-661-9199 dpap@telus.net

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FDI - World Dental Federation www.fdiworldental.org 41 22 560 81 41 Booth L1-9 sgirod@fdiworldental.org

Heraeus Kulzer www.kulzerUS.com 800-431-1785 Booth 654 christopher.justice@kulzer-dental.com

FIRMA Energywear www.firmawear.com 604-576-0642 Booth 1554 info@firmaenergywear.com

Hiossen Implant Canada Inc. www.hiossen.ca 604-324-0112 Booth 403 shawn@hiossen.ca

First Edition First Aid Training Inc. www.firsteditionfirstaid.ca 403-243-2644 Booth 1822 info@firsteditionfirstaid.ca

Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. www.hu-friedy.com 773-975-6100 info@hufriedy.com

First Nations Health Authority www.fnha.ca 604-693-6941 Booth L1-7 carol.yakiwchuk@fnha.ca

i-CAT www.i-CAT.com 414-331-3067 Booth 1008 mary.koloski@kavokerr.com

Garfield Refining Company www.garfieldrefining.com 800-523-0968 Booth 1200 info@garfieldrefining.com

iFinance Dentalcard www.dentalcard.ca 888-689-9876 x501 Booth 1746 ljohnson@ifinancecanada.com

Garrison Dental Solutions www.garrisondental.com 616-842-2244 x214 Booth 1561 rgood@garrisondental.com

Implant Direct International www.implantdirect.com 661-705-4901 Booth 1023 leslie.barlow@implantdirect.com

GC America Inc. www.gcamerica.com 708-597-0900 Booth 549 marlyse_williams@gcamerica.com

International Association Of Orofacial Myology www.iaom.com 360-912-4547 Booth L1-24 info@iaom.com

Germiphene Corporation www.germiphene.com 519-720-5693 Booth 1828 tbeaton@germiphene.com GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare www.gsk.ca 905-814-2220 Booth 977

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Isolite Systems www.isolitesystems.com 800-560-6066 Booth 1260 Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc. www.ivoclarvivadent.ca 877-238-5711 Booth 319 J&P Distributors Inc. www.jpdistributors.ca 604-270-3991 Booth 1655 customerservice@jpdistributors.ca

East Side Dental Clinic www.vnhs.net 604-254-9900 Booth L1-8 lex.vides@vnhs.net

Global Dentmark Inc. www.dentmark.ca 647-996-9601 Booth 1601 Globaldentmarkinc@bell.net

EasyMarkit www.easymarkit.com 855-221-3279 Booth 1423 contact@easymarkit.com

Global Surgical 619-449-9543 Booth 1054 nmerriman@gmail.com

J. Morita USA, Inc. www.jmoritausa.com 949-581-9600 Booth 1701 info@jmoritausa.com

HANSAmed Limited www.hansamed.net 800-363-2876 Booth 1429 info@hansamed.net

John Dental Supplies Inc. www.dentalinstrument.ca 647-765-1814 Booth 1866 john@dentalinstrument.ca

Hawaiian Moon www.aloecream.biz 888-256-3276 Booth 1849 sales@aloecream.biz

Johnson & Johnson Inc. www.jnjcanada.com 905-968-2000 Booth 229

Eclipse Loupes And Products www.eclipseloupesandproducts.com 716-946-3167 Booths 1349, 1744 James@eclipseloupesandproducts.com EDI Digital Technologies www.edidt.com 604-541-0107 Booth 1329 info@ediceramics.com Embrosin Medical Technologies Inc. www.embrosin.com 416-848-3741 Booth 1855 info@embrosin.com Endo/Tech www.endo-tech.com 902-429-2257 Booth 1610 svincent@endo-tech.com Everything Uniforms www.everythinguniforms.ca 604-514-9903 Booth 855 unishop@telus.net

Health Canada www.hc-sc.gc.ca 780-442-7356 Booth L1-29 russell.gottschalk@canada.ca

Journees dentaires internationales du Quebec www.odq.qc.ca 514-875-8511 Booth 1451 congres@odq.qc.ca

Hedy Canada Inc. www.hedycanada.com 403-571-2277 Booth 1765 info@hedycanada.com

KaVo Dental www.kavousa.com 414-331-3067 Booths 1108, 1165 mary.koloski@kavokerr.com

Henry Schein www.henryschein.ca 604-527-8888 x2573 Booth 709 John.Meredith@henryschein.ca

KaVo Imaging www.kavousa.com 414-331-3067 Booth 1065 mary.koloski@kavokerr.com


Exhibitor Listings Kennedy Seminars www.kennedyseminars.com 204-771-2908 Booth 1760 roxanne@kennedyseminars.com Kerr Corporation www.kerrdental.com 414-331-3067 Booths 1110, 1112 mary.koloski@kavokerr.com Keystone Dental www.keystonedental.com 949-344-5521 Booth 554 rradusovsky@keystonedental.com Booth 454

Lenox Instrumentation www.lenoxinstruments.ca 647-982-8475 Booth 1851 lenoxinstro@gmail.com Lips Inc. www.lipsinc.com 416-567-8925 Booths 1543, 1549 warren@lipsinc.com LumaDent, Inc. www.lumadent.com 775-829-4488 Booths 245, 1724 info@lumadent.com M.A.R.S Bio-Med Processes Inc. www.marsbiomed.com 866-594-3648 Booth 354 jason@marsbiomed.com Macdonald’s Prescriptions Labs Ltd. 604-872-4200 x5 Booth 1754 michelle@macdonaldsrx.com Maxident Dental Software www.maxidentsoftware.com 800-663-7199 Booth 1719 info@maximsoftware.com maxill inc. www.maxill.com 519-631-7370 Booth 1348 customerservice@maxill.com MCS Handpiece Ltd. www.mcshandpiece.com 604-575-8544 Booth 1749 info@mcshandpiece.com Medcorp Construction www.medcorp.ca 604-783-4279 Booth 555 gary@medcorp.ca Medi Lazer www.medilazer.net 305-847-9044 Booth 1863 info@medilazer.net Medianv www.MNV.com 403-615-9919 Booth 1762 Medianvmarketing@gmail.com Medical Mart www.medimart.com 905-624-6201 x112 Booth 1662 iglass@medimart.com

Neodent www.straumann.com/neodent/ca/ en/professionals.html 978-747-2538 Booth 119 maureen.payne@straumann.com Nicola Wealth Management www.nicolawealth.com 604-604-6477 Booth 1806 lcollins@nicolawealth.com Nobel Biocare Canada Inc. www.nobelbiocare.com 800-939-9394 Booth 1208 info.canada@nobelbiocare.com Novel Toy Co. Ltd. www.noveltoy.ca 800-663-8966 hello@noveltoy.ca

Booth 1355

NSK America Corporation www.nskdental.com 888-675-1675 Booth 303 info@nskdental.com nu apparel www.nuapparel.ca 604-417-6522 Booth 1648 manthanhhoang@yahoo.com Ocean Ceramics Ltd. www.oceanceramics.com 604-777-1337 Booth 342 kerri@oceanceramics.com Ontario Dental Association ASM www.oda.ca/asm-home 416-922-3900 Booth 1450 ASMinfo@oda.ca

Oral Oncology BC Cancer Agency www.bccrc.ca 604-675-8000 x7069 Booth L1-22 than@bccrc.ca Oral Science www.oralscience.com 888-442-7070 Booth 109 info@oralscience.com Orascoptic www.orascoptic.com 800-369-3698 Booth 1019 allison.rocca@orascoptic.com Orbital Support Systems Inc. www.orbitalsupportsystems.com 604-603-3341 Booth 1725 info@orbitalchair.com Ormco www.ormco.com 714-516-7435 Booth 1066 Elaine.Klimek@ormco.com Orthodontic Supply of Canada Inc. www.orthosupply.ca 800-387-7411 Booth 1862 sales@orthosupply.ca Pacific Blue Cross www.pac.bluecross.ca 604-419-2027 Booth 956 ldale@pac.bluecross.ca

Exhibitor Listings

LED Apteryx www.ledapteryx.com 844-952-7327 info@leddental.com

Medical Techniques Inc. www.medicaltechniques.ca 647-865-7479 Booth 99 office@medicaltechniques.ca Medicom www.medicom.ca 514-636-6262 Booth 949 Microcopy www.microcopydental.com 800-235-1863 Booth 455 sales@microcopydental.com Micrylium Laboratories www.micrylium.com 800-489-8868 Booth 1148 greenteam@micrylium.com Midmark Corporation www.midmark.com 800-643-6275 Booth 249 tradeshows@midmark.com Miele Limited www.mieleprofessional.ca 888-325-3957 Booth 1154 professional@miele.ca National Dental Inc. www.nationaldental.com 800-392-1171 x102 Booth 1435 neilmagneson@gmail.com National Massage Chairs www.nationalmassagechair.ca 604-253-6636 Booth 1842 info@nationalmassagechair.ca Navigate Surgical Technologies Inc. www.inliant.com 604-637-4497 Booth 58 info@navigatesurgical.com

Pacific Training Institute for Facial Aesthetics www.ptifa.com 604-681-0066 Booth 97 Carly@ptifa.com Panthera Dental www.pantheradental.com 855-233-0388 Booth 1845 info@pantheradental.com Paradise Dental Technologies www.pdtdental.com 800-240-9895 Booth 1735 wendypdt@yahoo.com Patrola Law Corporation www.patrolalaw.com 778-565-4700 x102 Booth 1248 ppatrola@patrolalaw.com Patterson Dental www.pattersondental.com 604-247-1991 Booth 419 daniel.kolotyluk@pattersondental.ca Pelton & Crane www.pelton.net 414-331-3067 Booth 919 mary.koloski@kavokerr.com Periowave Dental Technologies www.periowave.com 604-669-0555 Booth 1455 ebrinkman@ondinebio.com Philips Sonicare www.philipsoralhealthcare.com 800-676-7664 Booth 703 Planmeca USA, Inc. www.planmecausa.com 630-529-2300 Booth 203 sales@Planmecausa.com

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Exhibitor Listings

Exhibitor Listings PlayCheques Financial Solutions www.playcheques.com 604-715-7993 Booth 442 chris@playcheques.com

R.E. Morrison Equipment Inc. www.remequip.com 905-828-6301 Booth 456 info@remequip.com

Power Practice www.henryschein.ca 905-646-1711 x3113 Booth 709 elena.capellari@henryschein.ca

Raj Hans Inc. Chartered Professional Accountants www.rajhans.ca 604-746-7770 Booth 1564 rajca@shaw.ca

Practices Made Perfect www. practicesmadeperfect.ca 416-732-1855 Booth 543 brad@practicesmadeperfect.ca Premier Dental (Canada) www.premusa.com 416-564-5881 Booth 642 dgrassie@premusa.com Premium Dental Laboratories Ltd. www.premiumlab.com 604-294-2881 Booths 1242, 1512 prem2@telus.net Professional Practice Sales Ltd. www.ppsales.com 604-913-7717 Booth 98 mike.suffield@ppsales.com Professional Sales Associates, Inc. www.profsales.com 330-299-7343 Booth 1119 pam@profsales.com ProNorth Solutions www.pronorthmed.ca 604-787-5185 Booth 149 info@pronorthmed.ca ProSites, Inc. www.prosites.com 888-932-3644 info@prosites.com

Booth 1449

Protec Dental Laboratories Ltd. www.protecdental.com 604-873-8000 Booth 1542 info@protecdental.com Proto3000 www.proto3000.com 905-738-1779 Booth 948 info@proto3000.com Pulpdent Corporation www.pulpdent.com 617-926-6666 x645 Booth 57 allison@pulpdent.com Purtzki Johansen & Associates www.justfordentists.com 604-669-7558 Booth 1522 purtzki@purtzki.com Q-Optics www.q-optics.com 866-399-4609 Booth 1710 qoptics@thesurgicalroom.ca Quintessence Publishing www.quintbook.com 630-736-3600 Booth 255 whartman@quintbook.com QWERTY Dental Inc. www.QWERTYdental.com 888-858-9729 Booth 94 Sales@QWERTYdental.com

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Rayscan Canada, Ltd. www.rayamerica.com 800-976-4586 Booth 90 info@rayamerica.com Recall System Pro www.recallsystem.com 800-651-8603

Booth 92

Redfern Ent. Ltd. www.redfernent.com 403-735-5130 x226 Booth 1555 leanne@redfernent.com Renaissance RCA Dental Lab. www.rcalab.com 604-980-0100 Booth 1649 rcalab@hotmail.com RGP Dental, Inc. www.rgpergo.com 800-522-9695 Booth 1249 tradeshows@rgpergo.us ROI Corporation www.roicorp.com 604-220-2396 Booth 1734 marcia@roicorp.com

Septodont www.septodont.ca 519-623-0506

Booth 1604

Shofu Dental Corporation www.shofu.com 800-827-4638 Booth 1629 customer-service@shofu.com Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. www.sinclairdental.com 800-663-7393 Booth 729 info@sinclairdental.com SmartWeb Canada www.smartwebcanada.com 778-996-3232 Booth 256 sales@swcweb.ca Smile Sonica Inc. www.aevosystem.com 587-758-8433 Booth 1820 darryl.lesiuk@smilesonica.com Snap On Optics www.snaponoptics.com 602-272-0827 Booth 343 raysnaponoptics@gmail.com Solutionreach www.solutionreach.com 866-605-6867 Booth 96 sales@solutionreach.com Sowingo.com Corp. www.sowingo.com 888-997-3133 Booth 450 ayesha@sowingo.com

Rose Micro Solutions www.rosemicrosolutions.com 716-608-0009 Booth 1642 mark@rosemicrosolutions.com

Strathcona Community Dental Clinic www.strathcona-health.ca 604-713-5851 Booth L1-23 strathconahealth@vsb.bc.ca

Royal Canadian Dental Corps www.forces.gc.ca 604-666-0166 Booth 1256 anthony.wright@forces.gc.ca

Straumann www.straumann.ca 800-363-4024 Booth 119 info.can@straumann.com

Sable Industries Inc. www.sableindustriesinc.com 519-579-9323 x224 Booth 143 rnick@sableindustriesinc.com

Sunstar Canada www.GUMBrand.com 519-341-3318 Booth 209 lynn.mcpherson@ca.sunstar.com

Safari Dental Inc. www.safaridental.com 450-433-5754 Booth 1728 sales@safaridental.com

Supermax Healthcare Canada Inc. www.supermaxcanada.com 450-926-2828 Booth 1201 sbergeron@supermaxcanada.com

School of Dentistry, University of Alberta www.ualberta.ca/school-of-dentistry 780-492-5431 Booth 1843 btwiltsh@ualberta.ca

Sure Dental www.suredental.com 888-277-2335 Booth 1551 info@suredental.com

SciCan Ltd. www.scican.com 416-446-4515 Booths 1128, 1134, 1228 aearnshaw@scican.com Scotiabank www.scotiabank.com 604-619-4699 Booth 918 shaun.east@scotiabank.com

Surgical Room Inc. www.thesurgicalroom.ca 866-399-4609 Booth 1665 info@thesurgicalroom.ca SurgiTel www.surgitel.com 800-959-0153 Booth 1834 support@surgitel.com

Synca Marketing Inc. www.synca.com 800-667-9622 Booth 1619 TD Canada Trust www.tdcanadatrust.com/ smallbusiness/professionals.jsp 604-376-1205 Booth 1810 matthew.obrien@td.com The Institute for Dental Excellence www.tideinc.ca 416-827-4901 gina@tideinc.ca

Booth 449

Tier Three Brokerage Ltd. www.tierthree.ca 289-242-8962 Booth 1048 admin@tierthree.ca Tokuyama Dental America www.Tokuyama-us.com 760-942-7211 Booth 1523 info@tokuyama-us.com Tracker www.bridge-network.com 800-922-7434 Booth 1351 sales@bridge-network.com Tri Hawk www.trihawk.com 877-874-4295 Booth 93 dentalinfo@trihawk.com Tuttnauer Canada 604-816-2065 Booth 1647 g.kowalczyk@shaw.ca UBC Faculty of Dentistry, Continuing Dental Education www.dentistry.ubc.ca 604-822-6751 Booth 1343 alumni@dentistry.ubc.ca/cde@ dentistry.ubc.ca Ultimate Creations, Inc. www.InfiniteAloe.com 323-378-3345 Booths 448, 1448 chrissie@ultcreate.com Ultralight Optics www.ultralightoptics.com 323-316-4514 Booths 87, 1143, 1519 customerservice@ultralightoptics.com UNICE Dental Art Ltd. www.unicedental.com 403-277-2515 Booth 1818 info@unicedental.com


Exhibitor Listings

Exhibitor Products Adhesives and Composites Anaesthetic and Pain Control

Specialized banking advice for Specialized banking advice for your practice. your practice.

Matthew O’Brien Matthew O’Brien Regional Manager Regional Manager Professional Banking Professional Banking Pacific Region Pacific Region 604-376-1205 604-376-1205 matthew.o’brien@td.com matthew.o’brien@td.com

Your expert advice helps your patients Your expert advice helps your patients stay healthy. TD Business Banking stay healthy. TD Business Specialists work with you Banking to help Specialists work with you help keep your business just asto healthy keep your business justand as healthy with product expertise with product expertise and specialized banking advice. specialized banking advice.

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UniNature Dental Enterprise (BC) Inc. www.uninaturedental.com 604-270-8911 Booth 1635 info@uninaturedental.com

Vita North America www.vitanorthamerica.com 714-221-6726 Booth 556 glopez@vitanorthamerica.com

Univet Optical Technologies North America Inc. www.univet.it 647-201-4434 Booth 1402 atif.sarfraz@univet-optic.com

VOCO Canada, Inc. www.voco.com 888-658-2584 Booth 1535 info@voco.com

uwwweb Inc. www.uwwweb.com 647-466-0584 info@uwwweb.com

Booth 103

Waterpik Canada www.waterpik.com 800-525-2020 Booth 1718 kwalters@waterpik.com

Weave Valuemed Professional Products Ltd. www.getweave.com www.valuemed.ca 801-897-8443 Booth 1755 780-454-1899 x202 Booth 1628 gentry.thomson@getweave.com chrisjohnson@valuemed.ca Western Handpiece Repair Ltd. Vancouver and District www.westernhandpiece.ca Dental Society 778-433-5320 Booth 1706 www.vdds.com westernhandpiece@gmail.com 604-683-5730 Booth L1-19 Western Society of Periodontology robyn@vdds.com www.wsperio.org Vancouver Community 813-444-1014 Booth L1-26 College Foundation tgoldman@wsperio.org www.vcc.ca/foundation 604-871-7067 Booth L1-25 Zimmer Biomet Dental Canada Inc. www.zimmerbiometdental.com nnesbitt@vcc.ca 905-567-2374 Booth 242 Vatech America joyce.haddad@zimmerbiomet.com www.vatechamerica.com 201-210-5118 Booth 1056 ZOLL Medical Canada www.zoll.com jchang@vatechamerica.com 866-442-1011 Booth 1750 canadacustomerservice@zoll.com

Aesthetic Products

Bisco Dental Products Canada Inc. DenMat Dens ‘N Dente Dentsply Sirona GC America Inc. Germiphene Corporation Henry Schein Heraeus Kulzer Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc. J. Morita USA, Inc. Medi Lazer Oral Science Pacific Training Institute for Facial Aesthetics Patterson Dental Pulpdent Corporation Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Synca Marketing Inc. Ultimate Creations, Inc. UniNature Dental Enterprise (BC) Inc. Valuemed Professional Products Ltd.

Dens ‘N Dente Dentsply Sirona HANSAmed Limited Henry Schein J. Morita USA, Inc. Medi Lazer Medical Mart Oral Science Pacific Training Institute for Facial Aesthetics Patterson Dental Professional Sales Associates, Inc. Septodont Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Valuemed Professional Products Ltd.

Associations and Not for Profit

BC Oral Biopsy Service BC Oral Cancer Prevention Program British Columbia Dental Association British Columbia Dental Hygienists Association Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry Canadian Dental Assistants’ Association Certified Dental Assistants of BC Canadian Dental Association Canadian Dental Hygienists Association 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 Denturist Association of BC FDI - World Dental Federation Journees dentaires internationales du Quebec Ontario Dental Association ASM Oral Oncology BC Cancer Agency Royal Canadian Dental Corps Strathcona Community Dental Clinic Vancouver and District Dental Society Western Society of Periodontology

Exhibitor Listings / Exhibitor Products

Your banking should be as Your banking should be as personalized as your patient care. personalized as your patient care.

3M Oral Care Bisco Dental Products Canada Inc. Cerum Ortho Organizers Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services DenMat Dens ‘N Dente Dentsply Sirona DMG GC America Inc. Henry Schein Heraeus Kulzer Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc. J. Morita USA, Inc. Patterson Dental Pulpdent Corporation Septodont Shofu Dental Corporation Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Sure Dental Synca Marketing Inc. Tokuyama Dental America Valuemed Professional Products Ltd. VOCO Canada, Inc.

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Exhibitor Products Business Support Products Crown and Bridge, Denture ClearDent and other Prosthodontic Crowe MacKay LLP Products ROI Corporation Solutionreach Sowingo.com Corp. uwwweb Inc.

Exhibitor Products

Computers and Software

3Shape ABELDent Inc. ClearDent ConfirmByEmail Connect the Doc Consult-PRO Dentrix EasyMarkit Henry Schein KaVo Imaging Maxident Dental Software Navigate Surgical Technologies Inc. Power Practice Professional Sales Associates, Inc. ProSites, Inc. Recall System Pro Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. SmartWeb Canada Solutionreach Sowingo.com Corp. Tracker

Consulting and Transition Services

Al Heaps & Associates Inc. Attridge BDO Canada LLP Crowe MacKay LLP Dens ‘N Dente EasyMarkit First Nations Health Authority Patrola Law Corporation Practices Made Perfect Purtzki & Associates RBC Dominion Securities ROI Corporation Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Tier Three Brokerage Ltd.

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Allstar Dental Laboratories Coltene Inc. DenMat Dens ‘N Dente Dentsply Sirona DMG EDI Digital Technologies GC America Inc. Henry Schein Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc. J. Morita USA, Inc. Nobel Biocare Canada Inc. Patterson Dental Proto3000 Renaissance RCA Dental Lab. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Straumann Sure Dental Surgical Room Inc. Synca Marketing Inc. Tokuyama Dental America Tri Hawk UniNature Dental Enterprise (BC) Inc. Valuemed Professional Products Ltd. VOCO Canada, Inc.

Dental Cabinetry

A-dec, Inc. Belmont/Takara Company Canada Ltd. Dental Fix Rx Henry Schein Midmark Corporation Patterson Dental Pelton & Crane Planmeca USA, Inc. Professional Sales Associates, Inc. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd.

Dental Education

Align Technology BITES Institute CADCAN Digital Dental and Supplies Inc. Cerum Ortho Organizers Clinical Dental Training Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services DenMat dentalcorp Dentsply Sirona First Edition First Aid Training Inc. First Nations Health Authority Germiphene Corporation HANSAmed Limited Henry Schein Heraeus Kulzer Kennedy Seminars Navigate Surgical Technologies Inc.

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Dental Education (continued)

Ocean Ceramics Ltd. Ontario Dental Association ASM Oral Science Pacific Training Institute for Facial Aesthetics Quintessence Publishing ROI Corporation School of Dentistry, University of Alberta Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Straumann The Institute for Dental Excellence Tier Three Brokerage Ltd. UBC Faculty of Dentistry, Continuing Dental Education UniNature Dental Enterprise (BC) Inc. Vancouver Community College Foundation Western Society of Periodontology

Dental Equipment and Chairs A-dec, Inc. ACTEON North America Aseptico Atop Dental Canada Inc. Belmont/Takara Company Canada Ltd. BIOLASE Dens ‘N Dente Dental Fix Rx Dentsply Sirona DiaDent Group International EDI Digital Technologies First Edition First Aid Training Inc.

Dental Equipment and Chairs (continued)

Henry Schein J. Morita USA, Inc. Lips Inc. Medical Mart Midmark Corporation National Dental Inc. National Massage Chairs Navigate Surgical Technologies Inc. Orascoptic Orbital Support Systems Inc. Patterson Dental Pelton & Crane Periowave Dental Technologies Planmeca USA, Inc. Professional Sales Associates, Inc. QWERTY Dental Inc. Rayscan Canada, Ltd. RGP Dental, Inc. Sable Industries Inc. Safari Dental Inc. SciCan Ltd. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Vatech America


Exhibitor Products Dental Equipment Repairs

Dental Instruments

A-dec, Inc. A.Titan Instruments ACTEON North America Atop Dental Canada Inc. BioHorizons Canada Blue & Green Inc. Brasseler Canada CADCAN Digital Dental and Supplies Inc. Cerum Ortho Organizers Dental Canada INSTRUMENTATION Dental Fix Rx Dental Savings Club Dentsply Sirona EDI Digital Technologies Embrosin Medical Technologies Inc. Garrison Dental Solutions Germiphene Corporation Global Dentmark Inc. HANSAmed Limited Henry Schein Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. KaVo Dental Lenox Instrumentation Lips Inc. MCS Handpiece Ltd. Medical Mart National Dental Inc. Navigate Surgical Technologies Inc. NSK America Corporation Paradise Dental Technologies Patterson Dental Premier Dental (Canada) ProNorth Solutions Pulpdent Corporation Q-Optics Rose Micro Solutions SciCan Ltd. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Smile Sonica Inc. Surgical Room Inc. Tri Hawk Valuemed Professional Products Ltd.

Dental Laboratories

Allstar Dental Laboratories Cerum Ortho Organizers Clear Correct DenMat Dentsply Sirona EDI Digital Technologies Henry Schein Lips Inc. Ocean Ceramics Ltd. Panthera Dental Pelton & Crane Premium Dental Laboratories Ltd. Protec Dental Laboratories Ltd. Proto3000 Renaissance RCA Dental Lab. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Synca Marketing Inc. UNICE Dental Art Ltd. UniNature Dental Enterprise (BC) Inc. Valuemed Professional Products Ltd.

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Exhibitor Products

Belmont/Takara Company Canada Ltd. Dental Fix Rx Dental Savings Club Global Dentmark Inc. Henry Schein MCS Handpiece Ltd. Patterson Dental QWERTY Dental Inc. Sable Industries Inc. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Western Handpiece Repair Ltd.

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Dental Supplies

3M Oral Care ACTEON North America Amax Dental Ansell Atop Dental Canada Inc. BioHorizons Canada CADCAN Digital Dental and Supplies Inc. Cantel Canada Cerum Ortho Organizers Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services Colgate Coltene Inc. Dens ‘N Dente Dental Fix Rx Dental Savings Club Dentsply Sirona DiaDent Group International EDI Digital Technologies First Edition First Aid Training Inc. Germiphene Corporation Global Dentmark Inc. HANSAmed Limited Henry Schein Heraeus Kulzer Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. J&P Distributors Inc. J. Morita USA, Inc. John Dental Supplies Inc. maxill inc. Medical Mart Medicom Microcopy Oral Science Patterson Dental Periowave Dental Technologies Premier Dental (Canada) ProNorth Solutions Pulpdent Corporation Sable Industries Inc.

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Dental Supplies (continued)

SciCan Ltd. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Sowingo.com Corp. Sunstar Canada Supermax Healthcare Canada Inc. Sure Dental Surgical Room Inc. Synca Marketing Inc. Tri Hawk Valuemed Professional Products Ltd. Waterpik Canada

Diamonds, Burs, and Polishing

Blue & Green Inc. Brasseler Canada Cerum Ortho Organizers Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services Coltene Inc. Dens ‘N Dente Dental Savings Club Henry Schein Microcopy Patterson Dental Premier Dental (Canada) Professional Sales Associates, Inc. Shofu Dental Corporation Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Tri Hawk Valuemed Professional Products Ltd.

Endodontic Supplies

BIOLASE Bisco Dental Products Canada Inc. Brasseler Canada Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services Coltene Inc. DenMat Dens ‘N Dente Dentsply Sirona DiaDent Group International Endo/Tech Global Dentmark Inc. Henry Schein Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. J. Morita USA, Inc. Kerr Corporation Patterson Dental Premier Dental (Canada) Pulpdent Corporation Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Tri Hawk Valuemed Professional Products Ltd.

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Financial Services

BDO Canada LLP BMO Bank of Montreal CDSPI CIBC Crowe MacKay LLP Dental Fix Rx Henry Schein iFinance Dentalcard Nicola Wealth Management Patterson Dental PlayCheques Financial Solutions Purtzki & Associates Raj Hans Inc. Chartered Professional Accountants RBC Dominion Securities Scotiabank Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. TD Canada Trust

Implantology and Restorative Attachments 60 YEARS SERVING DENTISTS 60 YEARS SERVING DENTISTS

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ADIN Dental Implants Systems Ltd. Aseptico BioHorizons Canada Blue & Green Inc. Citagenix Inc. ClaroNav Dentsply Sirona HANSAmed Limited Hiossen Implant Canada Inc. Implant Direct International J. Morita USA, Inc. Navigate Surgical Technologies Inc. Neodent Nobel Biocare Canada Inc. Q-Optics Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Straumann Tri Hawk UniNature Dental Enterprise (BC) Inc. Zimmer Biomet Dental Canada Inc.

Infection Control Products

3M Oral Care ACTEON North America Air Techniques Ansell Cantel Canada Colgate Coltene Inc. Dens ‘N Dente Dental Fix Rx GC America Inc. Germiphene Corporation HANSAmed Limited Hedy Canada Henry Schein Heraeus Kulzer Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. J. Morita USA, Inc. Kerr Corporation maxill inc. Medical Mart Medicom Micrylium Laboratories Patterson Dental Sable Industries Inc. SciCan Ltd. Septodont Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Supermax Healthcare Canada Inc. Tri Hawk Tuttnauer Canada Valuemed Professional Products Ltd.

Office Design

Arborlea Developments Ltd. Dens ‘N Dente Dental Fix Rx Dentsply Sirona Henry Schein Lips Inc. Medcorp Construction Patterson Dental Pelton & Crane Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. uwwweb Inc.

Office Supplies

Henry Schein Medical Mart Patterson Dental Professional Sales Associates, Inc. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Solutionreach

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Exhibitor Products Other

Pharmaceuticals and Therapeutics

Colgate GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare HANSAmed Limited Johnson & Johnson Inc. Medical Mart Oral Science Septodont Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Valuemed Professional Products Ltd.

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Preventive Dental Products 3M Oral Care ACTEON North America Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services Colgate Crest Oral-B Inc. DenMat Dentsply Sirona DMG GC America Inc. Germiphene Corporation HANSAmed Limited Henry Schein Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc. maxill inc. Medical Mart Medicom National Dental Inc. Oral Science Patterson Dental Philips Sonicare Premier Dental (Canada) Pulpdent Corporation Septodont Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Sunstar Canada Valuemed Professional Products Ltd. VOCO Canada, Inc. Waterpik Canada

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Exhibitor Products

3Shape A.Titan Instruments ACU-XPD Adit Air Techniques Aseptico BCCDC - Community Antimicrobial Stewardship BDO Canada LLP BIOLASE CADCAN Digital Dental and Supplies Inc. Canadian Dental Staffing Carestream Dental Crowe MacKay LLP David Mitchell General Contractor dentalcorp Digital Doc, LLC DPAP Counselling East Side Dental Clinic FIRMA Energywear First Edition First Aid Training Inc. Hawaiian Moon Health Canada i-CAT Isolite Systems John Dental Supplies Inc. KaVo Dental KaVo Imaging LED Apteryx Lips Inc. M.A.R.S Bio-Med Processes Inc. Medcorp Construction Medianv Miele Limited National Massage Chairs Novel Toy Co. Ltd. Orascoptic Ormco Orthodontic Supply of Canada Inc. Pacific Blue Cross Philips Sonicare Professional Practice Sales Ltd. ProNorth Solutions ProSites, Inc. Proto3000 QWERTY Dental Inc. Redfern Ent. Ltd. RGP Dental, Inc. Snap On Optics Strathcona Community Dental Clinic SurgiTel Tier Three Brokerage Ltd. Ultimate Creations, Inc. Ultralight Optics uwwweb Inc. Vita North America Zol Medical Canada


Exhibitor Products Publishers

Dental Tribune America, LLC Quintessence Publishing ROI Corporation Western Society of Periodontology

Exhibitor Products

Radiography Supplies and Services

Air Techniques Belmont/Takara Company Canada Ltd. Dental Fix Rx Dental Savings Club Dentsply Sirona DEXIS Henry Schein Heraeus Kulzer KaVo Imaging LED Apteryxl Microcopy Patterson Dental Planmeca USA, Inc. Professional Sales Associates, Inc. QWERTY Dental Inc. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd.

Restorative Materials

3M Oral Care BioHorizons Canada Bisco Dental Products Canada Inc. Blue & Green Inc. Cerum Ortho Organizers Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services Coltene Inc. DenMat Dens ‘N Dente Dentsply Sirona DMG Garrison Dental Solutions GC America Inc. HANSAmed Limited Henry Schein Heraeus Kulzer Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc. J. Morita USA, Inc.

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Restorative Materials (continued)

Kerr Corporation Patterson Dental Premier Dental (Canada) Pulpdent Corporation Septodont Shofu Dental Corporation Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Sure Dental Synca Marketing Inc. Tokuyama Dental America Valuemed Professional Products Ltd. VOCO Canada, Inc. Waterpik Canada

Telescopes, Microscopes and Lights Carl Zeiss Canada Ltd. DenMat Designs for Vision, Inc. Eclipse Loupes And Products Henry Schein LED Apteryx LumaDent, Inc. Orascoptic Patterson Dental Q-Optics QWERTY Dental Inc. Rose Micro Solutions Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Snap On Optics SurgiTel Synca Marketing Inc. Ultralight Optics Univet Optical Technologies North America Inc.

Uniforms

Blue & Green Inc. Dens ‘N Dente Everything Uniforms Medical Mart nu apparel Patterson Dental Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd.

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