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Pacific Dental Conference

March 5 -7, 2020

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March 7

Vancouver, Canada Vancouver Convention Centre – West and East Buildings

Conference Program www.pdconf.com


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Conference Welcome

Bruce Ward Director, PDC

James Singer President, BCDA

2020

Megan Hasselbach Co-President, CDABC

Conference Welcome

Welcome to the 2020 Pacific Dental Conference We are proud to have 140 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 2020 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 237 exhibitors occupying 698 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. The popular Live Dentistry Stage 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 has 22 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 fourth PDC Lab Expo for all attendees on Saturday, March 7th. 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 11:00am – 12:30pm in Ballroom A/B. Care to do some wine tasting? Uncorking the wines of Italy, co-sponsored by Carestream Dental is our Thursday night wine tasting event, on March 5. 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 6 from 8pm to 1am 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 2020 PDC App and connect with us on one or more of our social media platforms: Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and Twitter @pdconf #2020PDC We thank you for joining us – we promise you an incredible three days – learn, socialize, enjoy!

2020 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 ............................................................................................................14, 50, 68 Recommended Sessions for New Dentists .................................................................................... 15 Alumni Meetings ........................................................................................................................... 16 Social Events................................................................................................................................... 17 Alphabetical Index of Speakers................................................................................................19 - 22 Topic Index of Sessions and Speakers......................................................................................24 - 35 Hands-On Courses (Limited Attendance) .......................................................................................37 - 48 Invisalign Courses (Limited Attendance).............................................................................................. 46 Emergency Training Courses (Limited Attendance)........................................................................47 - 48 Thursday Open Sessions...........................................................................................................50 - 65 Dental Specialists Society of BC Series ......................................................................................52, 59 Friday Open Sessions...............................................................................................................68 - 82 Robert Hicks Memorial Lecture...................................................................................................... 69 Saturday Open Sessions...........................................................................................................83 - 94 So You Think You Can Speak? Series 11....................................................................................90 - 94 PDC Lab Expo .........................................................................................................................95 - 100 Dental Technicians Association of BC – Sessions....................................................................98 - 100 Exhibit Hall Floor Plan..........................................................................................................102 - 103 Registration Level L1 Exhibits Floor Plan...................................................................................... 104 Exhibitor Listings..................................................................................................................105 - 109 Exhibitor Products................................................................................................................109 - 114

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

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Visit us at booth 421

Bag Pick-Up and Lanyards in the West Building will be from 2:00pm on Wed., March 4th until 1:30pm Sat., March 7th. Bag Pick-Up and Lanyards in the East Building will be from 7:30am on Thurs., March 5th until 1:30pm on Fri., March 6th. (see location maps page 11)

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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.

General Information

Registration Area

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 11:00am - 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 Friday, February 28, 2020 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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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.

Tuesday, March 3, 2020 On-site Registration

2:00pm-6:00pm

Reprinted Name Badges

If you note any spelling errors on the name badge when you receive your 2020 badge, contact the Pacific Dental Conference. Badges returned to the office before February 28, 2020 will be reprinted at no charge. After February 28, 2020, 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.

Registration / Hotels / Parking

Wednesday, March 4, 2020 On-site Registration 7:00am-7:00pm Bag Pick-up begins (West Building) 2:00pm-5:00pm

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

Thursday, March 5, 2020 On-site Registration & Bag Pick-up 7:30am-6:00pm Scientific Program 8:30am-4:30pm Exhibit Hall 8:30am-5:30pm Friday, March 6, 2020 On-site Registration & Bag Pick-up 7:30am-6:00pm Scientific Program 8:30am-4:30pm Exhibit Hall 8:30am-5:30pm

Refund Policy

Refund requests received in writing prior to January 31, 2020, are subject to a $25 administration fee plus GST. After January 31, 2020, no refunds will be granted.

Saturday, March 7, 2020 On-site Registration & Bag Pick-up 7:30am-4:00pm Scientific Program 8:30am-4:00pm Invisalign Fundamentals 8:00am-12:00pm PDC Lab Expo On-site Registration (West Bldg) 7:00am-3:00pm PDC Lab Expo (West Bldg) 8:00am-3:00pm

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 28, 2020 and will be subject to a $25 admin fee. Name changes are not permitted on-site.

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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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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Hyatt Regency Vancouver

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

Toll-free: 1-800-441-1414

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1128 West Hastings Street Toll-free: 1-800-207-4150

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1133 West Hastings Street Toll-free: 1-844-337-3118

655 Burrard Street

Toll-free: 1-800-233-1234

Metropolitan Hotel Vancouver

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Fairmont Hotel Vancouver

645 Howe Street

Toll-free: 1-800-667-2300

900 West Georgia Street Toll-free: 1-800-441-1414

Sheraton Wall Centre 1088 Burrard Street

Toll-free: 1-888-627-7058

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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 2020 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/Professional-Development/Quality-Assurance.aspx 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 Continuing Education Credits for CDHBC (see below for detailed QAP Content Category Codes) A Biological Sciences B Social Sciences C Dental Sciences D Clinical Practice E Community F Professional Issues

Legend for QAP Content Category Codes for CDHBC A Biological Sciences 1. General and oral microbiology/ infection control 2. Biochemistry/ nutrition/ diet counseling Social Sciences 1. Psychology/ sociology 2. Communication principles/ behaviour management strategies

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Dental Hygiene Clinical Practice 1. Health assessment/ pharmacology (prescribed & non-prescribed) 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

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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

N/A

Content category has not been assigned for this course


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.

Continuing Education - Reporting Your CE

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 NOT 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. College of Dental Surgeons of Saskatchewan require their members to submit their attendance record directly to CDSS. 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! Some sessions may not be eligible for CE. This final Conference Program indicates which courses have been approved by ADA&C to be eligible for CE credit by the following symbols: Legend for ADA&C Y

Yes

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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!

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Navigating the Convention Centres 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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‘Organize Yourself Ahead of Time’ Bag Pick-Up in the West Building will be from 2:00pm on Wed., March 5th until 1:30pm Sat., March 7th. Bag Pick-Up in the East Building will be from 7:30am on Thurs., March 6th until 1:30pm on Fri., March 7th.

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Navigating the West and East Convention Centres

Venue Room Locations


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Lunches / Exhibit Hall Features Lunches

Exhibit Hall Hours

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

Exhibit Hall Features

Official conference of the:

Saturday, March 7, 8:00am–3:00pm West Ballroom A/B

Exhibit Hall

Receptions 4:00-5:15 Thursday Co-sponsor

Friday Co-sponsor

Booth 721

Booth 104

Photo credits: Brian Dennehy

Exhibit Hall reception 4:00pm to 5:15pm both days 645 exhibit booths Over 265 exhibiting companies Live Dentistry Stage Five Charging Stations Oxygen Bar, Fun Photos, Arcade, Relaxation Station

Relaxation Station Co-sponsored by dentalcorp

New to PDC in 2020 is the “Relaxation Station” which will include 5 certified relaxation practitioners offering chair massages and reflexology from 10:00am-5:00pm both days. Located on Aisle 1300.

Arcade Games

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

Fun Photos

Located next to the Exhibitor Lounge (Aisle 1800).

Oxygen Bar

Get your “2nd Wind” at the Oxygen Bar! (Aisle 1100).

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Lunches / Exhibit Hall Features

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 11:00am - 12:00pm. Lunch is included for all registered attendees except the Exhibits Only registration category.


Live Dentistry Stage Demonstrations take place on the west side of the Exhibit Hall

Live Dentistry Stage

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

Thursday, March 5

Friday, March 6

See page 50 for all Thursday presentation details

See page 68 for all Friday presentation details

8:30am–10:00am

9:00am–10:30am

Jim Yeganegi, BSc., DMD

Mark Kwon, DMD, FICOI Bernard Jin, DMD, BEd, BSc

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants

Managing Posterior Maxillary Ridge Deficiency Using Crestal Approach Sinus Lift

CE Approval CDSBC CL

ADA&C

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CDHBC N/A

11:15am–1:15pm

Removal of Ceramic Restorations with the Laser Glenn van As, BSc., DMD

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Laser Dentistry CE Approval CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

3D Digital-Driven Implant Surgery and Prosthetics

CE Approval CDSBC CL

ADA&C

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CDHBC N/A

11:00am–12:30pm

Treatment of the Dreaded Black Triangle with the Bioclear Method David Clark, DDS Matt Irvine, DMD, BSc

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Endodontics CE Approval CDSBC CL

ADA&C

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CDHBC N/A

2:00pm–3:30pm

How to: Digital Smile Design and Digital Impressions – For Natural Teeth and Implants

Jonathan Ng, DDS, MSc, Dip Pros., FRCD(C)

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Digital Dentistry, Fixed Prosthodontics

CE Approval CDSBC CL

Sponsored by

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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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Recommended Sessions for New Dentists Option 1

Option 2

Advice for Young Dentists on Building a Successful Practice

Creating Endodontic Success: Predictably, Efficiently and Painlessly 8:30am–11:00am

8:30am–11:00am

Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

Co-sponsored by CDSPI

See page 56 for synopsis

William van Dyk

Gary Glassman

See page 55 for synopsis

Cannabis, CBD, Vaping, and Oral Health – Are You Ready to Discuss?

Delivering W.O.W. Service: People Will Forget Everything Except How You Made Them Feel

See page 59 for synopsis

See page 65 for synopsis

2:00pm–4:30pm Larry Williams

Recommended Sessions for New Dentists

Thursday

Thursday

1:30pm–4:00pm

Judy Kay Mausolf

Friday

Friday Pediatric Oral Radiology – Common Radiographic Lesions in Children and Adolescents

Functional Occlusion 9:00am–4:30pm

See page 69 for synopsis

8:30am–11:00am

See page 71 for synopsis

Juan Yepes

Complex Surgical Extractions Made Simple 1:30pm–4:00pm

See page 78 for synopsis

John Kois

Wait! I Still Feel That! Problem Solving the Delivery of Local Anesthesia 1:30pm–4:00pm

See page 79 for synopsis

Nekky Jamal

Saturday

Saturday

Effectively Dealing With Disrespectful Patients and Staff

Team Approach to Documentation – The Gold Standard for Malpractice Defense 9:00am–11:30am

9:00am–11:30am Mitchell Gardiner

See page 84 for synopsis

1:00pm–1:50pm

Networking Event

See page 85 for synopsis

2:00pm–2:50pm Jessica Metcalfe

Recommended by Dr. Trista Felty - PDC Organizing Group Member

F RST F VE

Paul Pelletier

Start-up Success: The Do’s and Don’ts of Successfully Opening a New Dental Clinic

So Your Patient Has Head and Neck Cancer . . . See page 93 for synopsis

Alan Budenz

See page 94 for synopsis

Scott Kollen

Recommended by Dr. Tony Bae - PDC Organizing Group Member

First Five Reception – New Member Dentists Reception Friday, March 6, 5:30pm–7:00pm VCC - West Building Level 2 Ocean Foyer (by invitation only)

Co-hosted by:

Sponsored by:

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

Alumni Meetings

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

Alumni Meetings

McGill University Dental Alumni Cocktail Reception Thursday, March 5, 5:30pm–8:00pm The Pinnacle Hotel Harbourfront

International College of Dentists, BC Division Annual BC ICD Fellows Breakfast Friday, March 6, 7:15am Terminal City Club, President’s Room Tickets $45

Dalhousie University Faculty of Dentistry Alumni Reception Thursday, March 5, 6:00pm–7:30pm Pan Pacific Hotel, Coal Harbour Room

UBC Dentistry Annual Alumni Reception at PDC Friday, March 6, 5:30pm–7:30pm Vancouver Convention Centre - West Building Ballroom Foyer Level 1

University of Manitoba Dentistry Alumni Reception

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

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

Thursday, March 5, 6:00pm–8:00pm Pan Pacific Hotel, Oceanview Suite 1-3

Charging Stations

Rescue yourself from the dreaded “Low Battery” signal.

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BOOTH ASSIGNMENT


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

Life is Too Short to Drink Bad Wine

Uncorking the wines

Social Events at the PDC

of Italy

Co-sponsored by:

Friday, March 6, 2020 – Commodore Ballroom

Thursday, March 5, 2020 6:00pm – 7:30pm

Vancouver Convention Centre - West Ballroom Foyer

Join us for our annual wine tasting reception. We will be “Uncorking the Wines of Italy”. Experience the best of Italy with a sampling from top Italian winemakers.

Cost $40.00 (plus GST)

Co-sponsored by:

F RST F VE Networking Event

First Five Reception – New Member Dentists Reception Friday, March 6, 5:30pm–7:00pm Vancouver Convention Centre - West Building Level 2 Ocean Foyer by invitation only Co-hosted by:

Sponsored by:

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!

Cost $30.00

(plus GST)

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

THE 20TH ANNUAL

a l a G y r Toothfa Saturday, March 7, 2020 Vancouver Convention Centre

& BC DENTAL ASSOCIATION AWARDS

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 wines. The Gala includes an awards ceremony, which honours the accomplishments of dentists throughout the province, and fundraising initiatives with proceeds benefiting the BC Cancer Foundation.

Cost $275.00 (plus GST)

Early Bird Tickets $225/ticket until Feb. 7th, 2020

Tickets available on the PDC website

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Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building

Take a one-stop-shop approach to getting all your continuing education points under one roof. ASM20 is your learning destination offering 90+ courses over three days, a two-day Exhibits Floor representing 330+ companies, two complimentary cocktail receptions with great networking opportunities with speakers, exhibitors, colleagues and friends. As well, take advantage of the many complimentary health and wellness features offering food sampling, massages and more which are sure to enhance your ASM experience.

HEAR FROM INSPIRING KEYNOTE SPEAKERS NEIL PASRICHA

SILKEN LAUMANN

Happiness Guru and Bestselling Author of The Book of Awesome

Olympic Hero and Mental Health Advocate

LEARN FROM THE BEST AND BRIGHTEST MINDS IN THE DENTAL PROFESSION INCLUDING: Non-Surgical Caries Management

Restorative Materials

Brian Novy

Jeff Brucia

Oral Fluid Fantasyland

Restorative Materials and Techniques Simplified 2020

Endodontics

Cannabis

Brett Gilbert

Mark Donaldson

Minimizing Risk Management and Maximizing Success in Endodontics

Medical Cannabinoids: What a Practising Dentist Needs to Know

Mental Health Symposium in partnership with the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) •

What Does It Mean to Have a Substance Use Disorder or Addiction?

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Workplace Mental Wellness; What Should Employers and Employees Know?

Register online and save! All courses at ASM20 are ticketed. Book yours in advance and secure your preferred course choices and avoid onsite stand-by lines.

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Alphabetical Index of Speakers / Sessions Session Title

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Academy of Emergency Training Bruce Adams Alert First Aid lGary Alex Align Technology / David Gates Mike Anderson

Basic Life Support (previously CPR-HCP) ........................................................................................................ 47 Basic Life Support Recertification (previously CPR-HCP) ................................................................................ 47 Image Based Digital Dentistry – Changing the Future of Dental Practice ..................................................... 81 Canadian Red Cross Basic Life Support (previously Health Care Provider) .................................................... 47 Canadian Red Cross Basic Life Support (previously Health Care Provider) – Recertification ........................ 48 Bond and Conquer: Techniques and Materials for More Predictable and Better Dentistry .......................... 70 Invisalign Fundamentals ................................................................................................................................. 46 The MNP 2020 Tax Update .............................................................................................................................. 77

Ben Balevi Implementing EBD and Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPG) to Clinical Practice .............................................. 75 Understanding Diagnostic Test – A Probabilistic Approach ........................................................................... 56 Angus Barrie The Digital and Automated Lab ................................................................................................................ 85, 98 BC Oral Cancer Prevention Program Oral Cancer Screening, Triage and Referral Pathways ................................................................................... 71 lKirk Behrendt Being All That We Can Be: Changing Perspective to Change Reality ............................................................. 63 Top 10 Secrets to Make Your Practice Thrive .................................................................................................. 56 Tobin Bellamy Oral Surgery for the General Dentist .............................................................................................................. 56 lTim Bizga Key to Successful, Predictable, and Efficient Direct Composite Restoration (Hands-On) .............................. 40 The Keys to Successful, Predictable, and Efficient Direct Composite Restorations ........................................ 55 lKathleen Bokrossy Creating the Ultimate Dental Hygiene Experience ......................................................................................... 54 Energy Management for the Dental Hygienist ............................................................................................... 61 Maintain Your Edge: A Sharpening Workshop and a Discovery of Leading-Edge Instruments .................... 43 Dani Botbyl Ultrasonic Debridement: The Finishing Touches ............................................................................................ 61 Ultrasonic Debridement Workshop: The Finishing Touches .......................................................................... 41 Jason Boudreau Beyond Just Returns – Empowering the Impact of Your Wealth for Your Life and Legacy ............................ 94 lGeorge Bruder Preserving What Matters: A Restoratively Driven Path to Endodontic Success ............................................. 74 Preserving What Matters: Bridging the Knowing and Doing Gap (Hands-On) ............................................. 43 Alan Budenz Numb, Numb-er, Numb-est: Maximizing Local Anesthesia Success Through Pharmacology ...................... 60 Wait! I Still Feel That! Problem Solving the Delivery of Local Anesthesia ....................................................... 79 Karolina Bukin Let’s Talk! Using Emotional IQ To Genuinely Connect Yourself To Others! ..................................................... 92 Anthony (Rick) Cardoza Calvin Carpenter Timothy J. Caruso Certified Dental Assistants of BC lMark Chan Kenneth Chow David Clark Blake Clemes Marty Clement College of Dental Hygienists of BC College of Dental Surgeons of BC lDana Colson Jason Conn Lyndon Cooper

Dentistry’s Role in the Mass Disaster Scenario-Child and Partner Violence Recognition .............................. 62 Dispelling the “CSI Effect” Myth – Overview of Contemporary Forensic Dentistry ........................................ 55 Planning to Transition – The Five To Ten Year Plan ......................................................................................... 77 The 10 Most Common Financial Mistakes Made by Dental Professionals ..................................................... 86 Posture in Practice: Are You Equipped to Sit ................................................................................................... 81 Treating Back & Neck Pain in Modern Dentistry – A Survival Guide for Your Career ............................... 72, 84 CDABC Forum – Dental Assisting 101 Back to Basics ...................................................................................... 80 3D Applications for the Modern Day Lab Workflow ............................................................................... 88, 100 Artificial Intelligence in Dentistry ................................................................................................................... 59 Better, Faster, Prettier Composites ................................................................................................................. 53 Better, Faster, Prettier Composites – Hands-On ............................................................................................. 39 Treatment of the Dreaded Black Triangle with the Bioclear Method ............................................................. 68 CSI: Compliance, Safety and Inspections: How to Survive a WorkSafe BC Inspection! ................................. 62 The MNP 2020 Tax Update .............................................................................................................................. 77 CDHBC Forum .................................................................................................................................................. 54 CDSBC – Safe and Effective Antibiotic and Opioid Prescribing ...................................................................... 76 Changing Expectations: Healthy Smiles and Mouths are Possible for 100+ Years! ................................. 78, 84 The Most Common Endodontic Failures and Tips to Avoid Them .................................................................. 59 Implant Complications and Failures ............................................................................................................... 70

Karen DaCosta lAmy Doneen Terry Donovan lLance Dowdle Henry Doyle Marianne Dryer

Let’s Talk! Using Emotional IQ To Genuinely Connect Yourself To Others! ..................................................... 92 The Oral/Systemic Connection: Linking Perio Health to Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention .......................... 72 Current Controversies in Restorative Dentistry .............................................................................................. 73 Understanding Diagnosis, Prevention & Management of Dental Erosion ..................................................... 79 Update on Fixed Prosthodontics ..................................................................................................................... 84 RPE and MARPE: Full Digital Workflow Design and Fabrication .............................................................. 85, 98 Planning to Transition – The Five To Ten Year Plan ......................................................................................... 77 From Risk to Reward – Implementing Patient-Based Periodontal Treatment Protocols ............................... 55

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Speaker Name


Alphabetical Index of Speakers / Sessions

Alphabetical Index of Speakers / Sessions Speaker Name

Session Title

Faraj Edher Tarek El-Bialy Stuart Ellis-Myers

Digital Driven Dentistry ................................................................................................................................... 90 Therapeutic Ultrasound Accelerates Tooth Movement and Minimizes Root Resorption .............................. 91 Mental Health, Mental Wealth . . . . Change Your Thoughts . . . . Change Your Life ................................ 83, 98

First Nations Health Authority Markus Fischer Carlos Flores Mir Andrea Font Rytzner Devaughn Fraser

Cultural Safety and Humility: Transforming Oral Healthcare for First Nations in BC ..................................... 75 Learn How to Achieve Suction in a Lower Denture by Following Dr. Jiro Abe’s SEMCD ................................. 93 “I Do Not Snore I Dream About Motorcycles!” Screen for Kids’ Sleep Breathing Problems .......................... 91 Early Treatment Orthodontics: What I Wish I Would Have Known ................................................................ 93 CAD/CAM for Laboratory & inLab Software 19 ......................................................................................... 85, 98

David Gane Mitchell Gardiner Matthew Gillespie Gary Glassman lMichelle Glover Graham Grabowski

Image Based Digital Dentistry – Changing the Future of Dental Practice ..................................................... 81 Team Approach to Documentation – The Gold Standard for Malpractice Defense ................................. 79, 84 Restoration Dissection: A Biomimetic Approach to Foundation Preservation ............................................... 90 Creating Endodontic Success: Predictably, Efficiently and Painlessly ............................................................ 55 Endodontic Hands-On Workshop: Strategies for Predictable Endodontic Success ................................. 38, 42 From Equipment to Software: Owning the Perfect Partnership for Today’s Digital Lab ........................ 88, 100 From Birth To Age 21 – A Cleft Patient’s Journey ............................................................................................ 59

Bassam Haddad lDan Hagi lGil Hagi Andrew Han Henry Schein Software Course Henry Schein Maintenance Workshop lBrian Ho lJeffrey Hoos Shaun Howe Tija Hunter

Innovative Solutions for Major Problems in Daily Lab Work .................................................................. 88, 100 Intro to Ceramic Implants, Smile Design and Digital Impressions .......................................................... 88, 99 Intro to Ceramic Implants, Smile Design and Digital Impressions .......................................................... 88, 99 Saving Teeth and Implants – Periodontal Regeneration ............................................................................... 52 Dentrix Software – Treatment Planning and Case Presentation .................................................................... 41 Power Practice Software – Treatment Planning and Documentation ............................................................ 37 Power Practice Software – Effective Tools for the Office Manager ................................................................ 44 Dental Equipment Maintenance & Repair: A Hands-On Workshop for the Dental Team ........................ 37, 42 Immediate Implant Placement and Temporization in the Esthetic Zone ....................................................... 80 Restorative Dentistry – From An Occlusal to Full-Mouth Rehabilitation ........................................................ 51 The 10 Most Common Financial Mistakes Made by Dental Professionals ..................................................... 86 CDABC Forum – Dental Assisting 101 Back to Basics ...................................................................................... 80 Dental Assisting 101 Back to Basics ................................................................................................................ 86 Pet Peeves in the Dental Office ................................................................................................................. 70, 83

Matt Irvine

Treatment of the Dreaded Black Triangle with the Bioclear Method ............................................................. 68

Nekky Jamal Bernard Jin Rod Johnston Jo-Anne Jones

Complex Surgical Extractions Made Simple ............................................................................................. 58, 78 Platelet Rich Fibrin/Sticky Bone Hands-On Workshop ................................................................................... 45 3D Digital-Driven Implant Surgery and Prosthetics ....................................................................................... 68 How to Maximize Your Dental Practice Transition .......................................................................................... 94 Hindsight is Always 20/20: Missing the Oral Cancer Symptoms .................................................................... 61 Societal Trends and Behaviours: What Every Dental Professional Needs to Know ........................................ 54 The Silent Killer: Understand & Address the Missing Link in Today’s Perio Program .................................... 74

Erin Kerr James Kohner John Kois Scott Kollen Mark Kwon

Me, Myself, and My Ameloblastoma: A Patient’s Experience ......................................................................... 92 Crown Lengthening Hands-On Surgical Workshop ........................................................................................ 41 Soft Tissue Grafting Hands-On Workshop ...................................................................................................... 44 Functional Occlusion ....................................................................................................................................... 69 Start-up Success: The Do’s and Don’ts of Successfully Opening a New Dental Clinic .................................... 94 3D Digital-Driven Implant Surgery and Prosthetics ....................................................................................... 68

Douglas Lambert Cheryl Landrigan Joan Laycock-Kovacik lRobert Lee Emily Letran

Bad Bounces and Broken Teeth – The Sports Dentistry Side of Your Practice ............................................... 60 Making Composites Fun – Not Frustrating ..................................................................................................... 53 Avoiding and Managing the Pain of Getting ‘Yelped’ ..................................................................................... 65 Disability – It Can Happen to You! Are You and Your Financial Plan Ready? ................................................. 93 Ignite Your Plan B – Diversifying Your Career in the Industry! ....................................................................... 82 To Stress Or Not To Stress ................................................................................................................................ 86

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Mark Lin Angelina Loo Edward Lowe

Digital Solutions for Implant Dentistry ........................................................................................................... 44 Prosthodontic Tooth Replacement Options .................................................................................................... 69 From Birth To Age 21 – A Cleft Patient’s Journey ............................................................................................ 59 Anterior All-Ceramic Restorations: From Concept to Cementation ................................................................ 53 Anterior All-Ceramic Restorations: From Concept to Cementation (Hands-On) ............................................ 39

David MacDonald Lachlan MacPherson Amanda Maplethorp Robert Margeas Judy Kay Mausolf lTyler McClendon Alan McConchie George K. Merijohn Jessica Metcalfe Alena Minova Sanjukta Mohanta Angela Mulrooney

Image Based Digital Dentistry – Changing the Future of Dental Practice ..................................................... 81 The 10 Most Common Financial Mistakes Made by Dental Professionals ..................................................... 86 Dental Implications in Orthodontic Retention ............................................................................................... 52 Hands-On OnLine Live – Mastering the Class IV Restoration ......................................................................... 43 Communication Solutions: Attitudes, Breakdowns & Conflict Resolutions .............................................. 51, 72 Delivering W.O.W. Service: People Will Forget Everything Except How You Made Them Feel ....................... 65 Stop Selling Crowns ........................................................................................................................................ 51 Avoiding and Managing the Pain of Getting ‘Yelped’ ..................................................................................... 65 KIWImethod® Workshop: Minimally Invasive Gingival Grafting.................................................................. 45 Management and Prevention of Gingival Recession ..................................................................................... 74 Mandibular Anterior Lingual Gingival Grafting and Remote Site Harvesting ............................................... 80 So Your Patient Has Head and Neck Cancer . . . .............................................................................................. 93 Inner Ergonomics for Dental Professions: From Back Pain to Ease ............................................................... 93 Oral Health Hacks: Evidence Based Research on What Works and What Harms Us ...................................... 91 Social Media: The Greatest Credibility & Profitability Booster on Earth ......................................................... 94

Jonathan Ng Ward Noble Mehdi Noroozi Christopher Norton

How-to: Digital Smile Design and Digital Impressions – For Natural Teeth and Implants ............................ 68 Erosive Tooth Wear: Diagnosis, Control, Management and Restorative Treatment ...................................... 62 Management of Mucogingival Defects; New Perspective in Periodontal Regeneration ............................... 92 Malocclusion, SDB and TMJ: Same Cause, Same Treatment .......................................................................... 91

OHM Medical Training lMary Osborne

Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) – 2 days Saturday and Sunday .......................................................... 48 Healthy Teams Helping Patients Make Healthy Choices ................................................................................ 77 Skills for Difficult Conversations ..................................................................................................................... 82

Shannon Pace Brinker David Patrick Clifford Pau lLiz Pearson Paul Pelletier

Excellence in Dental Assisting ......................................................................................................................... 53 Excellence in Patient Care: From Whitening to Aesthetic Dental Procedures ................................................ 73 Our Side of the Chair ....................................................................................................................................... 60 CDSBC – Safe and Effective Antibiotic and Opioid Prescribing ...................................................................... 76 CDSBC – Safe and Effective Antibiotic and Opioid Prescribing ...................................................................... 76 Eating for Ultimate Dental Health & A Healthy Weight Management ........................................................... 65 Ultimate Foods for Ultimate Physical & Mental Health .................................................................................. 57 Effectively Dealing With Disrespectful Patients and Staff .............................................................................. 85

Carlos Quiñonez

The Political Economy of Dentistry: Your Bottom Line.................................................................................... 81

lMelisa Rathburn

The New Generation of Aligner Therapy: Powered by a Full Orthodontic Digital Platform ........................... 75 Digital Dentistry In The Modern Dental Office ............................................................................................... 61 Hands-On - Digital Dentistry In The Modern Dental Office; Scanning, Design & Milling .............................. 42 Anatomical Landmarking Workshop for Predictable Botulinum Toxin Results ............................................. 38 Team Training for Botulinum Toxin ................................................................................................................. 73 Team Training for Botulinum Toxin – Hands-On ............................................................................................ 43 Anatomical Landmarking Workshop for Predictable Botulinum Toxin Results ............................................. 38 Team Training for Botulinum Toxin ................................................................................................................. 73 Team Training for Botulinum Toxin – Hands-On ............................................................................................ 43 Smile Brightly, Step Lightly – Reduce the Environmental Footprint of Your Office ....................................... 92 Exocad – The Swiss Army Knife of CAD ..................................................................................................... 87, 99 Creating Endodontic Excellence ...................................................................................................................... 69 Planning to Transition – The Five To Ten Year Plan ......................................................................................... 77 Game Changers: Silver Diamine Fluoride, and a Review of Composites and Techniques ............................. 60

Amarjit Rihal Jan Roberts Warren Roberts Katherine Roche Mark Rotsaert Cliff Ruddle Brian E. Rudy Les Rykiss

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Speaker Name


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Alphabetical Index of Speakers / Sessions Speaker Name

Session Title

Jessica Saepoff Derek Salisbury Barry Schwartz Ken Seto lFrank Setzer Dean Smith Kerry Smith lWendy Somerville

The Mouth-Body Connection .......................................................................................................................... 94 Street Drug Awareness for Dental Professionals ...................................................................................... 58, 78 Applied Ethics in Dental Practice ..................................................................................................................... 63 Effective Conflict Resolution Strategies in Dental Practice ............................................................................. 81 Ethics and Professionalism in Dental Advertising .......................................................................................... 56 The Basics of Recordkeeping .......................................................................................................................... 75 How to Report Problems with Dental Equipment & Buy Licensed Dental Products ...................................... 63 Anatomical Instrumentation and Bioceramic Root Filling ............................................................................. 55 Anatomical Instrumentation and Bioceramic Root Filling – Hands-On ......................................................... 40 Get Cybersmart: Technology for an Efficient and Secure Practice ................................................................. 57 Get Cybersmart: Technology for an Efficient and Secure Practice (DTABC) ............................................. 87, 99 The MNP 2020 Tax Update .............................................................................................................................. 77 Infection Control: Does Your Practice Need a Revised Treatment Plan? ........................................................ 71

Maryam Taleghani lPeter Z. Tawil lMichael Thorne Phil Tippetts-Aylmer

The Tongue and It’s Tells ................................................................................................................................. 52 Seize Your Endodontic Edge ............................................................................................................................ 44 Stop Selling Crowns ........................................................................................................................................ 51 Financial Independence for Dental Professionals: Investing Like a Billionaire ............................................. 65

Glenn van As William van Dyk lThomas Viola lJoy Void-Holmes

Is Your Diode Laser Sitting in the Corner Gathering Dust? ............................................................................. 80 Synergy Between Technology & Minimally Invasive Dentistry – Bigger is Not Always Better ...................... 74 Removal of Ceramic Restorations with the Laser ........................................................................................... 50 Advice for Young Dentists on Building a Successful Practice ......................................................................... 56 Hurts So Good: Managing Acute Dental Pain and Appropriate Analgesic Prescribing ................................. 57 I Haven’t Got Time For This Pain! Pain Management for the Entire Dental Team .......................................... 63 Smart Scaling: Using the Staged Approach to Ultrasonic and Hand Instrumentation .................................. 40 What’s New: Exploring Technological Advancements in Dental Hygiene Instrumentation .......................... 54

lLarry Williams

Andrew Willoughby Cheri Wu

Cannabis, CBD, Vaping, and Oral Health – Are You Ready to Discuss? ..................................................... 59, 79 How Much Do You Know About Vaping & Tobacco? ................................................................................. 52, 72 Improving Clinical Outcomes with a Wound Healing, Disinfectant NanoSilver Technology ......................... 90 Advanced Ultrasonic Debridement – Navigate Those Curves for Effective Biofilm Removal ........................ 45

David Yang Jim Yeganegi Juan Yepes

Bisphosphonates: Approach with Confidence! .............................................................................................. 56 Managing Posterior Maxillary Ridge Deficiency Using Crestal Approach Sinus Lift .......................................... Predictable Crestal Approach Sinus Grafting. Less Invasive with Minimal Complications ............................ 62 Pediatric Oral Radiology – Common Radiographic Lesions in Children and Adolescents ....................... 51, 71 Pediatric Oral Pathology – Most Common Oral Lesions in Children and Adolescents ............................ 58, 78

Alex Zlatin

Negotiation Fundamentals and Common Streetwise Manipulation Ploys .................................................... 90

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

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Better, Faster, Prettier Composites

David Clark

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 301

53

Making Composites Fun – Not Frustrating

Douglas Lambert

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

Pacific Rim Emerald Ballroom ABC

53

Anterior All-Ceramic Restorations: From Concept to Cementation

Edward Lowe

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

53

Anatomical Landmarking Workshop for Predictable Botulinum Toxin Results

Warren Roberts Jan Roberts

Thursday 8:30 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 119

Excellence in Dental Assisting

Shannon Pace Brinker

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Ballroom C

Better, Faster, Prettier Composites – Hands-On David Clark

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 111/112

Bad Bounces and Broken Teeth – The Sports Dentistry Side of Your Practice

Douglas Lambert

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

Pacific Rim Emerald Ballroom ABC

Anterior All-Ceramic Restorations: From Concept to Cementation (Hands-On)

Edward Lowe

Thursday 1:30 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 120

Game Changers: Silver Diamine Fluoride, and a Review of Composites and Techniques

Les Rykiss

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 1

60

Our Side of the Chair

Shannon Pace Brinker

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Ballroom C

60

Current Controversies in Restorative Dentistry

Terry Donovan

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 301

73

Excellence in Patient Care: Shannon Pace Brinker From Whitening to Aesthetic Dental Procedures

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 11/12

73

Team Training for Botulinum Toxin

Jan Roberts Warren Roberts

Friday 8:30 - 11:30

VCC East - Room 2/3

73

Functional Occlusion

John Kois

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

VCC West - Ballroom B

69

Treatment of the Dreaded Black Triangle with the Bioclear Method

David Clark Matt Irvine

Friday 11:00 - 12:30

Exhibit Hall - Live Dentistry Stage

68

Understanding Diagnosis, Prevention & Management of Dental Erosion

Terry Donovan

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 301

79

Team Training for Botulinum Toxin – Hands-On Jan Roberts Warren Roberts

Friday 1:30 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 119

Update on Fixed Prosthodontics

Terry Donovan

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 301

84

Numb, Numb-er, Numb-est: Maximizing Local Anesthesia Success Through Pharmacology

Alan Budenz

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 212/213/214

60

Wait! I Still Feel That! Problem Solving the Delivery of Local Anesthesia

Alan Budenz

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 1

79

Societal Trends and Behaviours: What Every Dental Professional Needs to Know

Jo-Anne Jones

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

54

Excellence in Dental Assisting

Shannon Pace Brinker

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Ballroom C

53

Hindsight is Always 20/20: Missing the Oral Cancer Symptoms

Jo-Anne Jones

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

61

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Aesthetics

LA02

38 53

LA05

39 60

LA07

LA25

39

43

Anaesthesia

Dental Assisting

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Our Side of the Chair

Shannon Pace Brinker

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Ballroom C

60

Pet Peeves in the Dental Office

Tija Hunter

Friday 8:30 - 11:00 repeats Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Room 1

70

VCC East - Room 11/12

83

Friday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

74

Excellence in Patient Care: Shannon Pace Brinker From Whitening to Aesthetic Dental Procedures

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 11/12

73

CDABC Forum – Dental Assisting 101 Back to Basics

Tija Hunter

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 8/15

80

Dental Assisting 101 Back to Basics

Tija Hunter

Saturday 12:30 - 3:00

VCC East - Room 11/12

86

Kathleen Bokrossy

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 11/12

54

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 1

55

Dental Assisting (continued)

The Silent Killer: Understand & Address the Missing Link in Today’s Perio Program

Jo-Anne Jones

Page

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Session

Dental Hygiene Creating the Ultimate Dental Hygiene Experience

From Risk to Reward – Implementing Marianne Dryer Patient-Based Periodontal Treatment Protocols CDHBC Forum

College of Dental Hygienists of BC Thursday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Ballroom A

54

Societal Trends and Behaviours: What Every Dental Professional Needs to Know

Jo-Anne Jones

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

54

What’s New: Exploring Technological Advancements in Dental Hygiene Instrumentation

Joy Void-Holmes

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 2/3

54

Ultrasonic Debridement: The Finishing Touches Dani Botbyl

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 8/15

61

Energy Management for the Dental Hygienist

Kathleen Bokrossy

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 11/12

61

Hindsight is Always 20/20: Missing the Oral Cancer Symptoms

Jo-Anne Jones

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

61

Smart Scaling: Using the Staged Approach to Ultrasonic and Hand Instrumentation

Joy Void-Holmes

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 119

LA41

40

Ultrasonic Debridement Workshop: The Finishing Touches

Dani Botbyl

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

VCC West - Room 116/117

LA14 LA19

41

Maintain Your Edge: A Sharpening Workshop and a Discovery of Leading-Edge Instruments

Kathleen Bokrossy

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 119

LA13

43

The Silent Killer: Understand & Address the Missing Link in Today’s Perio Program

Jo-Anne Jones

Friday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

74

Management and Prevention of Gingival Recession

George K. Merijohn

Friday 8:30 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

74

Mandibular Anterior Lingual Gingival Grafting and Remote Site Harvesting

George K. Merijohn

Friday 1:30 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

80

KIWImethod® Workshop: Minimally Invasive Gingival Grafting

George K. Merijohn

Saturday 9:00 - 12:00

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

LA33

45

Advanced Ultrasonic Debridement – Navigate Those Curves for Effective Biofilm Removal

Cheri Wu

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 116/117

LA35

45

Oral Health Hacks: Evidence Based Research on What Works and What Harms Us

Sanjukta Mohanta

Saturday 10:00 - 10:50

VCC West - Room 215/216

91

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Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Page

RPE and MARPE: Full Digital Workflow Design and Fabrication

Lance Dowdle

Saturday 10:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

85, 98

The Digital and Automated Lab

Angus Barrie

Saturday 10:15 - 11:45

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

85, 98

CAD/CAM for Laboratory & inLab Software 19

Devaughn Fraser

Saturday 10:30 - 12:00

VCC West - Room 208/209

85, 98

Exocad – The Swiss Army Knife of CAD

Mark Rotsaert

Saturday 12:30 - 2:00

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

87, 99

Intro to Ceramic Implants, Smile Design and Digital Impressions

Dan Hagi Gil Hagi

Saturday 1:00 - 2:30

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

88, 99

3D Applications for the Modern Day Lab Workflow

Mark Chan

Saturday 2:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

88, 100

Innovative Solutions for Major Problems in Daily Lab Work

Bassam Haddad

Saturday 3:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

88, 100

From Equipment to Software: Owning the Perfect Partnership for Today’s Digital Lab

Michelle Glover

Saturday 3:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 208/209

88, 100

Image Based Digital Dentistry – Changing the Future of Dental Practice

Bruce Adams David Gane David MacDonald

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 118

81

How-to: Digital Smile Design and Digital Impressions – For Natural Teeth and Implants

Jonathan Ng

Friday 2:00 - 3:30

Exhibit Hall - Live Dentistry Stage

68

Digital Driven Dentistry

Faraj Edher

Saturday 9:00 - 9:50

VCC West - Room 215/216

90

RPE and MARPE: Full Digital Workflow Design and Fabrication

Lance Dowdle

Saturday 10:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

85, 98

The Digital and Automated Lab

Angus Barrie

Saturday 10:15 - 11:45

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

85, 98

CAD/CAM for Laboratory & inLab Software 19

Devaughn Fraser

Saturday 10:30 - 12:00

VCC West - Room 208/209

85, 98

Exocad – The Swiss Army Knife of CAD

Mark Rotsaert

Saturday 12:30 - 2:00

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

87, 99

Intro to Ceramic Implants, Smile Design and Digital Impressions

Dan Hagi Gil Hagi

Saturday 1:00 - 2:30

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

88, 99

3D Applications for the Modern Day Lab Workflow

Mark Chan

Saturday 2:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

88, 100

From Equipment to Software: Owning the Perfect Partnership for Today’s Digital Lab

Michelle Glover

Saturday 3:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 208/209

88, 100

Digital Dentistry In The Modern Dental Office

Amarjit Rihal

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 110

61

Hands-On – Digital Dentistry In The Modern Dental Office; Scanning, Design & Milling

Amarjit Rihal

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

VCC West - Room 113

LA17 LA24

42

Basic Life Support (previously CPR-HCP)

Academy of Emergency Training

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

VCC East - Room 10

LA43

47

Basic Life Support Recertification (previously CPR-HCP)

Academy of Emergency Training

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 13

LA44

47

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Dental Technician

Digital Dentistry

Digital Imaging

Emergency Medicine

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Street Drug Awareness for Dental Professionals

Derek Salisbury

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30 repeats Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Ballroom B

58

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B/C

78

Canadian Red Cross Basic Life Support (Health Care Provider)

Alert First Aid

Friday 8:30 - 12:30 repeats Saturday 8:30 - 12:30 repeats Sunday 8:30 - 12:30

VCC East - Room 10

Friday 2:00 - 4:00 repeats Saturday 2:00 - 4:00 repeats Sunday 8:30 - 10:30

VCC East - Room 10

VCC East - Room 16

LA40

OHM Medical Training

Saturday 8:30 - 4:00 continues Sunday 8:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 13

LA29

Better, Faster, Prettier Composites

David Clark

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 301

53

Creating Endodontic Success: Predictably, Efficiently and Painlessly

Gary Glassman

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

55

Anatomical Instrumentation and Bioceramic Root Filling

Frank Setzer

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 215/216

55

Better, Faster, Prettier Composites – Hands-On David Clark

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 111/112

LA05

39

Endodontic Hands-On Workshop: Strategies for Predictable Endodontic Success

Gary Glassman

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

VCC West - Room 201

LA06

38

LA15

42

Anatomical Instrumentation and Bioceramic Root Filling – Hands-On

Frank Setzer

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 116/117

LA09

40

The Most Common Endodontic Failures and Tips to Avoid Them

Jason Conn

Thursday 2:10 - 2:40

VCC West - Room 118

59

Creating Endodontic Excellence

Cliff Ruddle

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

VCC West - Room 212/213/214

69

Preserving What Matters: A Restoratively Driven Path to Endodontic Success

George Bruder

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 110

74

Preserving What Matters: Bridging the Knowing and Doing Gap (Hands-On)

George Bruder

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 201

Treatment of the Dreaded Black Triangle with the Bioclear Method

David Clark Matt Irvine

Friday 11:00 - 12:30

Exhibit Hall - Live Dentistry Stage

Seize Your Endodontic Edge

Peter Z. Tawil

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

VCC West - Room 113

How-to: Digital Smile Design and Digital Impressions – For Natural Teeth and Implants

Jonathan Ng

Friday 2:00 - 3:30

Exhibit Hall - Live Dentistry Stage

68

Update on Fixed Prosthodontics

Terry Donovan

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 301

84

Anthony (Rick) Cardoza

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Ballroom C

55

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Ballroom C

62

Emergency Medicine (continued)

Canadian Red Cross Basic Life Support (Health Care Provider) – Recertification

Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) – 2 days Saturday and Sunday

Alert First Aid

LA12

Page

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Session

47

LA30 LA39 LA27

48

LA38

48

Endodontics

LA20

43 68

LA42

44

Fixed Prosthodontics

Forensics Dispelling the “CSI Effect” Myth – Overview of Contemporary Forensic Dentistry

Dentistry’s Role in the Mass Disaster Scenario – Anthony (Rick) Cardoza Child and Partner Violence Recognition

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Time

Location

Changing Expectations: Healthy Smiles and Mouths are Possible for 100+ Years!

Dana Colson

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

VCC West - Room 110

Managing Posterior Maxillary Ridge Deficiency Jim Yeganegi Using Crestal Approach Sinus Lift

Thursday 8:30 - 10:00

Exhibit Hall - Live Dentistry Stage

50

Predictable Crestal Approach Sinus Grafting. Less Invasive with Minimal Complications

Jim Yeganegi

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 208/209

62

Implant Complications and Failures

Lyndon Cooper

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

VCC West - Room 118 VCC West - Room 306

70

Prosthodontic Tooth Replacement Options

Mark Lin

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

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

69

Management and Prevention of Gingival Recession

George K. Merijohn

Friday 8:30 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

74

3D Digital-Driven Implant Surgery and Prosthetics

Mark Kwon Bernard Jin

Friday 9:00 - 10:30

Exhibit Hall - Live Dentistry Stage

68

Immediate Implant Placement and Temporization in the Esthetic Zone

Brian Ho

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 220

80

Mandibular Anterior Lingual Gingival Grafting and Remote Site Harvesting

George K. Merijohn

Friday 1:30 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

80

Platelet Rich Fibrin/Sticky Bone Hands-On Workshop

Nekky Jamal

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

VCC West - Room 201

LA31 LA36

45

Digital Solutions for Implant Dentistry

Mark Lin

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

VCC West - Room 111/112

LA32

44

KIWImethod® Workshop: Minimally Invasive Gingival Grafting

George K. Merijohn

Saturday 9:00 - 12:00

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

LA33

45

Management of Mucogingival Defects; New Perspective in Periodontal Regeneration

Mehdi Noroozi

Saturday 11:00 - 11:50

VCC West - Room 213

92

Removal of Ceramic Restorations with the Laser Glenn van As

Thursday 11:15 - 1:15

Exhibit Hall - Live Dentistry Stage

50

Synergy between Technology & Minimally Glenn van As Invasive Dentistry – Bigger is not always Better

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 208/209

74

Is Your Diode Laser Sitting in the Corner Gathering Dust?

Glenn van As

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 208/209

80

The Keys to Successful, Predictable, and Efficient Direct Composite Restorations

Tim Bizga

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

55

Restorative Dentistry – From An Occlusal to Full-Mouth Rehabilitation

Jeffrey Hoos

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

VCC West - Room 121/122

51

Societal Trends and Behaviours: Jo-Anne Jones What Every Dental Professional Needs to Know

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

54

Anterior All-Ceramic Restorations: From Concept to Cementation

Edward Lowe

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

53

Key to Successful, Predictable, and Efficient Direct Composite Restoration (Hands-On)

Tim Bizga

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 114

Geriatric Dentistry

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Limited Attendance

Session

Page 78 84

Implants

Laser Dentistry

Materials/Techniques

28

LA04

40


Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Limited Attendance

Session

Speakers

Time

Location

Hindsight is Always 20/20: Missing the Oral Cancer Symptoms

Jo-Anne Jones

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

Anterior All-Ceramic Restorations: From Concept to Cementation (Hands-On)

Edward Lowe

Thursday 1:30 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 120

Digital Dentistry In The Modern Dental Office

Amarjit Rihal

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 110

61

Bond and Conquer: Techniques and Materials for More Predictable and Better Dentistry

Gary Alex

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

Pacific Rim Emerald Ballroom ABC

70

Current Controversies in Restorative Dentistry

Terry Donovan

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 301

73

Changing Expectations: Healthy Smiles and Mouths are Possible for 100+ Years!

Dana Colson

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

VCC West - Room 110

78

The Silent Killer: Understand & Address the Missing Link in Today’s Perio Program

Jo-Anne Jones

Friday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

Hands-On – Digital Dentistry In The Modern Dental Office; Scanning, Design & Milling

Amarjit Rihal

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

VCC West - Room 113

Understanding Diagnosis, Prevention & Management of Dental Erosion

Terry Donovan

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 301

79

Update on Fixed Prosthodontics

Terry Donovan

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 301

84

Oral Health Hacks: Evidence Based Research on What Works and What Harms Us

Sanjukta Mohanta

Saturday 10:00 - 10:50

VCC West - Room 215/216

91

Innovative Solutions for Major Problems in Daily Lab Work

Bassam Haddad

Saturday 3:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

88, 100

Functional Occlusion

John Kois

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

VCC West - Ballroom B

69

Malocclusion, SDB and TMJ: Same Cause, Same Treatment

Christopher Norton

Saturday 10:00 - 10:50 VCC West - Room 214

91

Bisphosphonates: Approach with Confidence!

David Yang

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 220

56

The Tongue and It’s Tells

Maryam Taleghani

Thursday 9:25 - 10:10

VCC West - Room 118

52

Pediatric Oral Pathology – Most Common Oral Lesions in Children and Adolescents

Juan Yepes

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

VCC West - Room 109

58

Oral Cancer Screening, Triage and Referral Pathways

BC Oral Cancer Prevention Program

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

VCC West - Room 221/222

71

Deb Saunders

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Room 1

85

Saturday 1:00 - 1:50

VCC West - Room 215/216

93

Materials/Techniques (continued)

Page 61 39

84 74 LA17 LA24

42

Occlusion/TMD

Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology

So Your Patient Has Head and Neck Cancer . . . Jessica Metcalfe

78

Oral Surgery Oral Surgery for the General Dentist

Tobin Bellamy

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 8/15

56

Artificial Intelligence in Dentistry

Kenneth Chow

Thursday 1:30 - 2:00

VCC West - Room 118

59

Complex Surgical Extractions Made Simple

Nekky Jamal

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

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

58

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

78

Thursday 2:50 - 4:10

VCC West - Room 118

59

From Birth To Age 21 – A Cleft Patient’s Journey Graham Grabowski Angelina Loo

29

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

LA07


Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Page

Amanda Maplethorp

Thursday 8:30 - 9:15

VCC West - Room 118

52

The New Generation of Aligner Therapy: Melisa Rathburn Powered by a Full Orthodontic Digital Platform

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 215/216

75

Invisalign Fundamentals

Align Technology

Saturday 8:00 - 12:00

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B/C LA28

46

Therapeutic Ultrasound Accelerates Tooth Movement and Minimizes Root Resorption

Tarek El-Bialy

Saturday 10:00 - 10:50 VCC West - Room 212

91

Early Treatment Orthodontics: What I Wish I Would Have Known

Andrea Font Rytzner

Saturday 2:00 - 2:50

VCC West - Room 212

93

Pediatric Oral Radiology – Common Radiographic Lesions in Children and Adolescents

Juan Yepes

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

VCC West - Room 109

51

Pediatric Oral Pathology – Most Common Oral Lesions in Children and Adolescents

Juan Yepes

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

VCC West - Room 109

Societal Trends and Behaviours: Jo-Anne Jones What Every Dental Professional Needs to Know

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

54

Saving Teeth and Implants – Periodontal Regeneration

Andrew Han

Thursday 10:20 - 11:25 VCC West - Room 118

52

Hindsight is Always 20/20: Missing the Oral Cancer Symptoms

Jo-Anne Jones

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

61

Crown Lengthening Hands-On Surgical Workshop

James Kohner

Friday 8:00 - 5:00

VCC West - Room 114

LA21

41

Maintain Your Edge: A Sharpening Workshop and a Discovery of Leading-Edge Instruments

Kathleen Bokrossy

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 119

LA13

43

Ultrasonic Debridement Workshop: The Finishing Touches

Dani Botbyl

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

VCC West - Room 116/117

LA14 LA19

41

Management and Prevention of Gingival Recession

George K. Merijohn

Friday 8:30 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

74

The Silent Killer: Understand & Address the Missing Link in Today’s Perio Program

Jo-Anne Jones

Friday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

74

Mandibular Anterior Lingual Gingival Grafting and Remote Site Harvesting

George K. Merijohn

Friday 1:30 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

80

Soft Tissue Grafting Hands-On Workshop

James Kohner

Saturday 8:00 - 5:00

VCC West - Room 114

LA37

44

KIWImethod® Workshop: Minimally Invasive Gingival Grafting

George K. Merijohn

Saturday 9:00 - 12:00

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

LA33

45

Advanced Ultrasonic Debridement - Navigate Those Curves for Effective Biofilm Removal

Cheri Wu

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 116/117

LA35

45

Management of Mucogingival Defects; New Perspective in Periodontal Regeneration

Mehdi Noroozi

Saturday 11:00 - 11:50 VCC West - Room 213

92

Anterior All-Ceramic Restorations: From Concept to Cementation

Edward Lowe

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

53

Anterior All-Ceramic Restorations: From Concept to Cementation (Hands-On)

Edward Lowe

Thursday 1:30 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 120

Orthodontics

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Dental Implications in Orthodontic Retention

Pediatric Dentistry 71 58 78

Periodontics

Photography

30

LA07

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Page

Management and Prevention of Gingival Recession

George K. Merijohn

Friday 8:30 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

74

Mandibular Anterior Lingual Gingival Grafting and Remote Site Harvesting

George K. Merijohn

Friday 1:30 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

80

KIWImethod® Workshop: Minimally Invasive Gingival Grafting

George K. Merijohn

Saturday 9:00 - 12:00

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

Improving Clinical Outcomes with a Wound Healing, Disinfectant NanoSilver Technology

Andrew Willoughby

Saturday 9:00 - 9:50

VCC West - Room 213

90

The Mouth-Body Connection

Jessica Saepoff

Saturday 2:00 - 2:50

VCC West - Room 215/216

94

Terry Donovan

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 301

85

Nekky Jamal

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

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

58

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

78

Bruce Adams David Gane David MacDonald

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 118

81

Markus Fischer

Saturday 1:00 - 1:50

VCC West - Room 212

93

The Keys to Successful, Predictable, and Efficient Direct Composite Restorations

Tim Bizga

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

55

Restorative Dentistry – From An Occlusal to Full-Mouth Rehabilitation

Jeffrey Hoos

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

VCC West - Room 121/122

51

Key to Successful, Predictable, and Efficient Direct Composite Restoration (Hands-On)

Tim Bizga

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 114

Erosive Tooth Wear: Diagnosis, Control, Management and Restorative Treatment

Ward Noble

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

62

Digital Dentistry In The Modern Dental Office

Amarjit Rihal

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 110

61

Current Controversies in Restorative Dentistry

Terry Donovan

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 301

73

Hands-On – Digital Dentistry In The Modern Dental Office; Scanning, Design & Milling

Amarjit Rihal

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

VCC West - Room 113

Understanding Diagnosis, Prevention & Management of Dental Erosion

Terry Donovan

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 301

Hands-On OnLine Live – Mastering the Class IV Restoration

Robert Margeas

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 120

Update on Fixed Prosthodontics

Terry Donovan

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 301

84

Restoration Dissection: A Biomimetic Approach to Foundation Preservation

Matthew Gillespie

Saturday 9:00 - 9:50

VCC West - Room 212

90

Prevention/Diagnosis

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

LA33

45

Prosthodontics Update on Fixed Prosthodontics

Radiology Complex Surgical Extractions Made Simple

Image Based Digital Dentistry – Changing the Future of Dental Practice

Removable Prosthodontics Learn How to Achieve Suction in a Lower Denture by Following Dr. Jiro Abe’s SEMCD

Restorative/Operative Dentistry

Visit the PDC Lab Expo on Saturday, March 7 and get lunch

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Session

Speakers

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Safety/Infection Control

Time

Location

Limited Attendance

Page

CSI: Compliance, Safety and Inspections: How to Survive a WorkSafe BC Inspection!

Blake Clemes

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 301

62

Infection Control: Does Your Practice Need a Revised Treatment Plan?

Wendy Somerville

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

VCC East - Ballroom C VCC East - Room 11/12

71

Carlos Flores Mir

Saturday 10:00 - 10:50 VCC West - Room 213

91

Douglas Lambert

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

Pacific Rim Emerald Ballroom ABC

60

Anatomical Landmarking Workshop for Predictable Botulinum Toxin Results

Warren Roberts Jan Roberts

Thursday 8:30 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 119

Team Training for Botulinum Toxin

Jan Roberts Warren Roberts

Friday 8:30 - 11:30

VCC East - Room 2/3

Friday 1:30 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 119

Sleep Apnea “I Do Not Snore I Dream About Motorcycles!” Screen for Kids’ Sleep Breathing Problems

Trauma Dentistry Bad Bounces and Broken Teeth – The Sports Dentistry Side of Your Practice

Treatment Planning

Team Training for Botulinum Toxin – Hands-On Jan Roberts Warren Roberts

LA02

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LA25

43

Limited Attendance

Page

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Session

Speakers

Time

Location

Understanding Diagnostic Test – A Probabilistic Approach

Ben Balevi

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 208/209

56

Implementing EBD and Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPG) to Clinical Practice

Ben Balevi

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 220

75

The Political Economy of Dentistry: Your Bottom Line

Carlos Quiñonez

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 215/216

81

Treating Back & Neck Pain in Modern Dentistry Timothy J. Caruso – A Survival Guide for Your Career

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

VCC East - Ballroom A

72

VCC West - Room 211

84

Posture in Practice: Are You Equipped to Sit

Timothy J. Caruso

Friday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Ballroom A

81

Inner Ergonomics for Dental Professions: From Back Pain to Ease

Alena Minova

Saturday 1:00 - 1:50

VCC West - Room 214

93

Ethics and Professionalism in Dental Advertising

Barry Schwartz

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 221/222

56

Applied Ethics in Dental Practice

Barry Schwartz

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 221/222

63

The Basics of Recordkeeping

Barry Schwartz

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 121/122

75

The Political Economy of Dentistry: Your Bottom Line

Carlos Quiñonez

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 215/216

81

Effective Conflict Resolution Strategies in Dental Practice

Barry Schwartz

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 2/3

81

Critical Issues

Ergonomics

Ethics

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Hurts So Good: Managing Acute Dental Pain and Appropriate Analgesic Prescribing

Thomas Viola

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 211

57

I Haven’t Got Time For This Pain! Pain Management for the Entire Dental Team

Thomas Viola

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 211

63

CDSBC – Safe and Effective Antibiotic and Opioid Prescribing

College of Dental Surgeons of BC Friday 8:30 - 11:00 David Patrick Clifford Pau

VCC West - Room 306

76

Top 10 Secrets to Make Your Practice Thrive

Kirk Behrendt

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Ballroom A

56

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

Power Practice Software – Treatment Planning and Documentation

Henry Schein Software Course Thursday 8:30 - 11:00 continues 1:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Room 7

Stop Selling Crowns

Michael Thorne Tyler McClendon

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

VCC West - Room 224

57

Advice for Young Dentists on Building a Successful Practice

William van Dyk

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 302/303

57

Being All That We Can Be: Changing Perspective to Change Reality

Kirk Behrendt

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B/C

63

CSI: Compliance, Safety and Inspections: How to Survive a WorkSafe BC Inspection!

Blake Clemes

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 301

62

Avoiding and Managing the Pain of Getting ‘Yelped’

Cheryl Landrigan Alan McConchie

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 306

65

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

Ken Seto

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 215/216

63

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

First Nations Health Authority Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

75

Dentrix Software – Treatment Planning and Case Presentation

Henry Schein Software Course Friday 8:30 - 11:00 continues 1:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Room 7

Team Approach to Documentation – The Gold Standard for Malpractice Defense

Mitchell Gardiner

VCC West - Room 121/122

79

VCC West - Room 118

84

Power Practice Software – Effective Tools for the Office Manager

Henry Schein Software Course Saturday 9:00 - 11:30 continues 12:30 - 3:00

Smile Brightly, Step Lightly – Reduce the Environmental Footprint of Your Office

Katherine Roche

Saturday 11:00 - 11:50 VCC West - Room 214

92

Disability – It Can Happen to You! Are You and Your Financial Plan Ready?

Joan Laycock-Kovacik

Saturday 1:00 - 1:50

VCC West - Room 213

93

How to Maximize Your Dental Practice Transition

Rod Johnston

Saturday 2:00 - 2:50

VCC West - Room 213

94

Start-up Success: The Do’s and Don’ts of Successfully Opening a New Dental Clinic

Scott Kollen

Saturday 2:00 - 2:50

VCC West - Room 214

94

Social Media: The Greatest Credibility & Profitability Booster on Earth

Angela Mulrooney

Saturday 3:00 - 3:50

VCC West - Room 215/216

94

Pharmacology

Page

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Session

Practice Management

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

VCC East - Room 7

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Personal Development

Session

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Technology

Power Practice Software – Treatment Planning and Documentation

Speakers

Time

Henry Schein Software Course Thursday 8:30 - 11:00 continues 1:00 - 4:30

Location VCC East - Room 7

From Risk to Reward – Implementing Marianne Dryer Patient-Based Periodontal Treatment Protocols

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 1

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

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

VCC West - Room 115

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 110

Henry Schein Maintenance Workshop

Get Cybersmart: Dean Smith Technology for an Efficient and Secure Practice

Limited Attendance

Page

LA01

37 55

LA03 LA08 LA18 LA26

37 42 57

Dentrix Software – Treatment Planning and Case Presentation

Henry Schein Software Course Friday 8:30 - 11:00 continues 1:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Room 7

LA11

41

Power Practice Software – Effective Tools for the Office Manager

Henry Schein Software Course Saturday 9:00 - 11:30 continues 12:30 - 3:00

VCC East - Room 7

LA34

44

Get Cybersmart: Technology for an Efficient and Secure Practice (DTABC Presentation)

Dean Smith

Saturday 12:30 - 2:00

VCC West - Room 208/209

87, 99

Social Media: The Greatest Credibility & Profitability Booster on Earth

Angela Mulrooney

Saturday 3:00 - 3:50

VCC West - Room 215/216

94

Societal Trends and Behaviours: What Every Dental Professional Needs to Know

Jo-Anne Jones

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

54

Communication Solutions: Attitudes, Breakdowns & Conflict Resolutions

Judy Kay Mausolf

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

VCC West - Ballroom B

51

Hindsight is Always 20/20: Missing the Oral Cancer Symptoms

Jo-Anne Jones

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

61

Delivering W.O.W. Service: People Will Forget Everything Except How You Made Them Feel

Judy Kay Mausolf

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Ballroom A

65

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

First Nations Health Authority Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

75

The Silent Killer: Understand & Address the Missing Link in Today’s Perio Program

Jo-Anne Jones

Friday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

74

Healthy Teams Helping Patients Make Healthy Choices

Mary Osborne

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 8/15

77

Skills for Difficult Conversations

Mary Osborne

Friday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

82

Mental Health, Mental Wealth . . . . Change Your Thoughts . . . . Change Your Life

Stuart Ellis-Myers

Saturday 8:15 - 9:15

VCC West - Ballroom AB

83, 98

Effectively Dealing With Disrespectful Patients and Staff

Paul Pelletier

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 109

85

Negotiation Fundamentals and Common Streetwise Manipulation Ploys

Alex Zlatin

Saturday 9:00 - 9:50

VCC West - Room 214

90

Let’s Talk! Using Emotional IQ To Genuinely Connect Yourself To Others!

Karolina Bukin Karen DaCosta

Saturday 11:00 - 11:50 VCC West - Room 212

92

Advice for Young Dentists on Building a Successful Practice

William van Dyk

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 302/303

57

Financial Independence for Dental Professionals: Investing Like a Billionaire

Phil Tippetts-Aylmer

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 302/303

65

The MNP 2020 Tax Update

Mike Anderson Marty Clement Kerry Smith

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 302/303

77

Communication

Finance/Practice Transition

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VCC West - Ballroom A

The ‘Announcements’ feature on the PDC App provides up to the minute information


Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Personal Development

Session

Speakers

Time

Location

Limited Attendance

Page

Finance/Practice Transition (continued) Calvin Carpenter Henry Doyle Brian E. Rudy

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 224

77

The 10 Most Common Financial Mistakes Made by Dental Professionals

Calvin Carpenter Shaun Howe Lachlan MacPherson

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 306

86

How to Maximize Your Dental Practice Transition

Rod Johnston

Saturday 2:00 - 2:50

VCC West - Room 213

94

Saturday 3:00 - 3:50

VCC West - Room 214

94

Beyond Just Returns – Empowering the Impact Jason Boudreau of Your Wealth for Your Life and Legacy

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Planning to Transition – The Five To Ten Year Plan

General Medicine Ultimate Foods for Ultimate Physical & Mental Health

Liz Pearson

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 212/213/214

57

Eating for Ultimate Dental Health & A Healthy Weight Management

Liz Pearson

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

65

The Oral/Systemic Connection: Linking Perio Health to Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention

Amy Doneen

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

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B/C VCC East - Ballroom C

72

Societal Trends and Behaviours: What Every Dental Professional Needs to Know

Jo-Anne Jones

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

54

Ultimate Foods for Ultimate Physical & Mental Health

Liz Pearson

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 212/213/214

57

Eating for Ultimate Dental Health & A Healthy Weight Management

Liz Pearson

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

65

How Much Do You Know About Vaping & Tobacco?

Larry Williams

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

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B/C

52

VCC West - Room 211

72

Hindsight is Always 20/20: Missing the Oral Cancer Symptoms

Jo-Anne Jones

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

61

Street Drug Awareness for Dental Professionals

Derek Salisbury

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30 repeats Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Ballroom B

58

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B/C

78

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

Ken Seto

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 215/216

63

Cannabis, CBD, Vaping, and Oral Health – Are You Ready to Discuss?

Larry Williams

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30 repeats Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Ballroom A

59

VCC West - Room 211

79

The Oral/Systemic Connection: Linking Perio Health to Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention

Amy Doneen

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

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B/C VCC East - Ballroom C

72

The Silent Killer: Understand & Address the Missing Link in Today’s Perio Program

Jo-Anne Jones

Friday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

74

Me, Myself, and My Ameloblastoma: A Patient’s Experience

Erin Kerr

Saturday 11:00 - 11:50 VCC West - Room 215/216

92

Ignite Your Plan B – Diversifying Your Career in the Industry!

Robert Lee

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 224

82

To Stress Or Not To Stress

Emily Letran

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Room 2/3

86

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Hands-On Courses

Thursday, March 5

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

All Day Courses

Henry Schein Software Course

Learn about all the features available in Power Practice to increase patient acceptance by creating and presenting clear treatment plans. You will learn how to manage proposed treatments and documents, create accurate estimates, organize and plan for appointments, and more! All in a one-day hands-on course for experienced Power Practice users focused towards CDA’s, Treatment Coordinators and Doctors.

Thursday, 8:30am–12:00pm continues 1:00pm–4:30pm LA01 Cost $175 VCC East - Room 7

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Technology CE Approval

CDSBC PM

ADA&C

Y

Presented by Henry Schein

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

CDHBC F.2

Repeated Morning Courses 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–11:00am LA03 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 LA08 Cost $175 VCC West - Room 115

Repeated on Friday, 8:30am–11:00am LA18 Cost $175

Presented by Henry Schein

VCC West - Room 115

Repeated on Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA26 Cost $175 VCC West - Room 115

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Technology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC A.1 F.2

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

DME

Dental/Medical Emergencies

NE

Not Eligible

Legend for ADA&C Y Yes NE Not Eligible

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 F Professional Issues

N/A

Not Assigned

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Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Power Practice Software – Treatment Planning and Documentation


Hands-On Courses

Thursday, March 5

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

Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Morning Courses Anatomical Landmarking Workshop for Predictable Botulinum Toxin Results Warren Roberts, DMD Jan Roberts, BSc, DMD

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am LA02 Cost $295 VCC West - Room 119

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Treatment Planning CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Warren Roberts is an anatomy-based botulinum toxin and facial aesthetics educator. Featured as a top CE leader by Dentistry Today, Dr. Roberts’ goal is to provide an unprecedented depth of clinical teaching. Dr. Roberts believes you need not only a deep understanding of anatomy, but also a deep understanding of specific practices and injection techniques that make the patient experience remarkable. 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.

99% of negative side effects associated with botulinum toxin treatment are injector related. A deep understanding of facial anatomy can help you achieve consistent predictable results. Learn the PTIFA Anatomical Marking Technique for identifying vital bony landmarks and appropriate injection sites. Co-sponsored by Pacific Training Institute for Facial Aesthetics

Repeated Afternoon Courses Endodontic Hands-On Workshop: Strategies for Predictable Endodontic Success Gary Glassman, DDS, FRCD(C)

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA06 Cost $295 VCC West - Room 201

Repeated on Friday, 8:30am–11:00am LA15 Cost $295 VCC West - Room 201

Gary Glassman is a graduate from the University of Toronto, Faculty of Dentistry and the Endodontology Program at Temple University. Highly published, he lectures globally on endodontics, and is on staff at U of T and Adjunct Professor of Dentistry and Director of Endodontics at the University Tech in Kingston, Jamaica. Gary is Endo Editor for Oral Health Journal, Faculty Chair for DC Institute and CDO of dentalcorp.

This course addresses breakthrough concepts and details the skills necessary for acquiring the expertise and confidence to perform the highest quality endodontics. NiTi instrumentation, warm vertical condensation using the Continuous Wave of Condensation in addition to Gutta Core Carriers. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Life is Too Short to Drink Bad Wine

Uncorking the wines of Italy Thursday, March 5 6:00pm – 7:30pm

VCC - West Ballroom Foyer Co-sponsored by:

Cost $40.00 (plus GST)

Friday, March 6 – Commodore Ballroom Cost $30.00 (+ GST) Doors open at 8pm Includes: 2 drinks, snacks, live dance band (Famous Players) Co-sponsored by:

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!

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Hands-On Courses

Thursday, March 5

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

Better, Faster, Prettier Composites – Hands-On David Clark, DDS

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA05 Cost $295

Join Dr. Clark to experience a unique approach to modern resin dentistry. Participants will perform injection molding to create ideal margins, rounded emergency profiles and mirror smooth restorations in 2 exercises: Deep Anterior Caries and Black Triangles.

VCC West - Room 111/112

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Endodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

Co-sponsored by 3M Oral Care

CDHBC N/A

See Dr. David Clark on the Live Dentistry Stage Fri. at 11am

Ed Lowe is a 1986 graduate of UBC Dentistry and owns a private practice devoted to functional aesthetic dentistry in downtown Vancouver, BC. He is an accredited member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and is the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Cosmetic Dentistry. Dr. Lowe has published over 75 articles and lectures internationally on comprehensive restorative and aesthetic dentistry.

Anterior All-Ceramic Restorations: From Concept to Cementation (Hands-On) Edward Lowe, DMD, AAACD

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA07 Cost $295

This short lecture and predominantly hands-on workshop enhances your knowledge of when to use all-ceramic veneers and crowns to create aesthetic solutions. Participants will experience cutting different veneer preps, provisionalization, and cementing an anterior veneer or crown on a study model.

VCC West - Room 120

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Materials/Techniques, Photography CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

Co-sponsored by Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc.

CDHBC N/A

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Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

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


Hands-On Courses

Thursday, March 5

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

Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Afternoon Courses Smart Scaling: Using the Staged Approach to Ultrasonic and Hand Instrumentation

Joy D. Void-Holmes is an educator, writer and consultant. Published author of multiple dental related articles and co-founder of Inspire the Future Summit educator’s conference. She is an accomplished speaker, lecturing nationally on topics such as instrumentation, ultrasonics, infection control, nutrition and biochemistry. Joy received her doctorate degree in Health Sciences.

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA41 Cost $175

In this hands-on course, participants will discover how to select ultrasonic tips and hand instruments for periodontal debridement using a staged approach. They will learn this approach preserves tooth structure, increases efficiency, and minimizes risks of musculoskeletal disorders.

Joy Void-Holmes, RDH, BSDH, DHSc

VCC West - Room 119

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

Co-sponsored by Bisco Dental Products Canada Co-sponsored by VOCO Canada, Inc. Inc.

CDHBC D.3

It is STRONGLY recommended to take the Thursday morning presentation on What’s New: Exploring Technological Advancements in Dental Hygiene Instrumentation on Page 54 in advance of this Hands-On workshop.

Frank Setzer is a Diplomate of American Board of Endodontics, serves as Clinic and Predoctoral Director at Endodontic Department of University of Pennsylvania. Earned a Dental degree in Germany 1995, doctoral degree 1998. Endodontic program at Penn 2006, MS in Oral Biology and DMD degree 2008 and 2010. Lectures nationally and internationally, authored over 80 peer-reviewed articles, abstracts and book chapters.

Anatomical Instrumentation and Bioceramic Root Filling – Hands-On Frank Setzer, DMD, PhD, MS

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA09 Cost $295

Anatomical Instrumentation with expandable file technology and bioceramic sealer-based obturation will be briefly reviewed. Demonstration and use of expandable file technology for the instrumentation of plastic blocks and 3D printed teeth, as well as the of use bioceramic materials for sealer-based obturation on 3D printed teeth.

VCC West - Room 116/117

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Co-sponsored by Brasseler Canada

Key to Successful, Predictable, and Efficient Direct Composite Restoration (Hands-On)

Timothy M. Bizga is a general dentist practicing in Cleveland, Ohio. His background in dentistry is lengthy and diverse. Once a former chairside assistant, he also worked as a dental lab-technician, making his perspective unique among others in the field of dentistry. He received his DDS from the University of Michigan School of Dentistry, where he is also an Adjunct Clinical Professor.

Tim Bizga, DDS, FAGD

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA04 Cost $295

A follow up to the AM lecture, this workshop is designed to give practical hands-on experience at placing efficient, direct posterior composites restorations. In addition, attendees will learn a simplified layering technique, ideal for creating elegant and life-like direct anterior restorations.

VCC West - Room 114

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

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

CDHBC N/A

Soar from coast to coast on an March 4-7 unforgettable ride over Canada’s most breathtaking landscapes! Show your PDC badge and receive: 20% off admission Special Offer to PDC Attendees 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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Uncorking the wines Of

Italy

Thursday Evening – tickets available at the registration desk


Hands-On Courses

Friday, March 6

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

All Day Courses 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 LA21 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

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Co-sponsored by Perio Institute

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

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.

Friday, 8:30am–12:00pm continues 1:00pm–4:30pm LA11 Cost $175 VCC East - Room 7

Presented by Henry Schein

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Technology CE Approval

CDSBC PM

ADA&C

Y

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

CDHBC F.2

Repeated Morning Courses Ultrasonic Debridement Workshop: The Finishing Touches Dani Botbyl, RDH

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am LA14 Cost $195 VCC West - Room 116/117

Repeated on Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA19 Cost $195 VCC West - Room 116/117

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Periodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

Dani Botbyl is a leading authority in ultrasonic instrumentation, who, for the past nineteen years, has served as National Clinical Educator with Dentsply Sirona. She lectures internationally and has published numerous articles in industry and peerreviewed journals. Current research interests include educational preparedness of dental hygienists in the area of ultrasonic instrumentation.

In this unique workshop, participants use live ultrasonic units and complete activities designed to improve removal of calculus and biofilm in routinely missed sites. Manikin heads and wheeled chairs will create a ‘clinic-simulation environment’ where clinician/ operator position will be practiced. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

Note: The Thursday afternoon course on page 61 is a pre-requisite for these Hands-On courses.

CDHBC D.3

Friday Evening – tickets available at the registration desk

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Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Crown Lengthening Hands-On Surgical Workshop


Hands-On Courses

Friday, March 6

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

Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Repeated Morning Courses Endodontic Hands-On Workshop: Strategies for Predictable Endodontic Success

Gary Glassman is a graduate from the University of Toronto, Faculty of Dentistry and the Endodontology Program at Temple University. Highly published, he lectures globally on endodontics, and is on staff at U of T and Adjunct Professor of Dentistry and Director of Endodontics at the University Tech in Kingston, Jamaica. Gary is Endo Editor for Oral Health Journal, Faculty Chair for DC Institute and CDO of dentalcorp.

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am LA15 Cost $295

This course addresses breakthrough concepts and details the skills necessary for acquiring the expertise and confidence to perform the highest quality endodontics. NiTi instrumentation, warm vertical condensation using the Continuous Wave of Condensation in addition to Gutta Core Carriers.

Gary Glassman, DDS, FRCD(C)

VCC West - Room 201

Repeated from Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA06 Cost $295

Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

VCC West - Room 201

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Digital Dentistry In The Modern Dental Office; Scanning, Design & Milling (Hands-On)

Amarjit Rihal obtained his DMD degree from the University of Manitoba, Faculty of Dentistry, in 1995. His professional interest has involved all aspects of implant and CAD/CAM dentistry. He currently runs his own digital lab Rihal Digital Designs and is a CEREC Doctor mentor. He has lectured internationally, is a KOL for Dentsply Sirona and his helping shape innovations in CAD/CAM dentistry.

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am LA17 Cost $295

This course is designed for the novice or experienced CAD/CAM dentist looking to expand their understanding of digital dentistry and how to implement this technology into their office. The handson session will give users the ability to fabricate and finish some chairside restorations. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

Amarjit Rihal, DMD

VCC West - Room 113

Repeated on Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA24 Cost $295 VCC West - Room 113

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

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

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

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am LA18 Cost $175 VCC West - Room 115

Repeated on Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA26 Cost $175 VCC West - Room 115

Repeated from Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am LA03 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 LA08 Cost $175 VCC West - Room 115

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Technology CE Approval

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CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC A.1 F.2

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Hands-On Courses

Friday, March 6

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

Morning Courses Kathleen Bokrossy is a dental hygienist, entrepreneur, presenter, author and a coach. She has been bringing engaging energy to the dental profession for over 30 years. Kathleen is the president of rdhu Inc., a Professional Development company and is committed to help ‘transform the dental hygiene experience’ for you, your client and your practice!

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am LA13 Cost $175

Using sharp instruments at every appointment is in our Standards of Practice. However, attaining and maintaining a sharp cutting edge can be a difficult skill to master. Participate in this hands-on workshop to improve your sharpening skills and try out some Sharpen-Free instruments!

Kathleen Bokrossy, RDH

VCC West - Room 119

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Periodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC D.3

Hands-On (OnLine Live) Mastering the Class IV Restoration Robert Margeas, DDS

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am LA16 Cost $295 VCC West - Room 120

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Restorative/Operative Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Co-sponsored by Bisco Dental Products Canada Inc.

*Each participant will receive a Free RDHU Sharpening Guide and a Decision Tree for Instrument Selection (based on ‘The New Classifications for Periodontal and Peri-implant Diseases and Conditions’ Guidelines) Robert Margeas graduated from the University Of Iowa College Of Dentistry in 1986 and completed his AEGD residency the following year. He is currently an adjunct professor in the department of Operative Dentistry at the University of Iowa. He is Board Certified by the American Board of Operative Dentistry and is a Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry.

The use of a lingual matrix to replace the lingual shelf followed by precise placement of dentin, incisal and enamel shades can yield consistent and accurate results. In this course, Dr. Margeas will review many Class IV cases then perform each step of his technique, live via an interactive webinar format. Participants will then perform Dr. Margeas’ Class IV case simultaneously in the hands-on class, LIVE. Co-sponsored by Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services

Afternoon Courses 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.

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA25 Cost $250

Warren Roberts is an anatomy-based botulinum toxin and facial aesthetics educator. Featured as a top CE leader by Dentistry Today, Dr. Roberts’ goal is to provide an unprecedented depth of clinical teaching. Dr. Roberts believes you need not only a deep understanding of anatomy, but also a deep understanding of specific practices and injection techniques that make the patient experience remarkable.

Jan Roberts, BSc, DMD Warren Roberts, DMD

VCC West - Room 119 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Treatment Planning CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

This workshop will provide auxiliary staff the opportunity to gain hands-on skills for incorporating botulinum toxin TX into an office, including taking the Roberts Facial Rejuvenation Photography series, reconstitution and how to load and prepare syringes for injection. Co-sponsored by Pacific Training Institute for Facial Aesthetics

Preserving What Matters: Bridging the Knowing and Doing Gap (Hands-On) George Bruder, BS, DMD

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA20 Cost $295 VCC West - Room 201

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

George Bruder was the founding Chair of the Department of Endodontics and Director of the Advanced Specialty Education Program in Endodontics at Stony Brook University School of Dental Medicine from 2006–2015. In 2012, Dr. Bruder was awarded the prestigious Edward M. Osetek Educator Award from the American Association of Endodontists and is also a Diplomate of the American Board of Endodontics.

This course allows participants an opportunity to learn and implement new technologies during a hands-on experience with live demonstrations. It will review the importance of access modifications and endodontic treatment planning to avoid posttreatment disease. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

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Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Maintain Your Edge: A Sharpening Workshop and a Discovery of Leading-Edge Instruments


Hands-On Courses

Saturday, March 7 Official conference of the:

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

Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

All Day Courses Seize Your Endodontic Edge

Peter Z. Tawil, DMD, MS, FRCD(C), Diplomate, American Board of Endodontics

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am continues 12:30pm–3:00pm LA42 Cost $495 VCC West - Room 113

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Digital Solutions for Implant Dentistry

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

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am continues 12:30pm–3:00pm LA32 Cost $495 VCC West - Room 111/112

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

James Kohner, DDS

Saturday, 8:00am–5:00pm LA37 Cost $695 VCC West - Room 114

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Periodontics CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

This hands-on course will cover the significant improvements that occurred in recent years in the development of new instruments, materials and techniques which give modern endodontic protocols such excellent predictability. Learn how to minimize and manage endodontic complications as well as demystify the principles of surgical endodontics. Co-sponsored by Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services

Mark Lin runs a full-time specialty practice as a prosthodontist, and within this private practice he provides mentoring for dentists for live-patient procedures. He is a Fellow and Diplomate with multiple organizations, including the ICOI and AAID. Over the past 20 years, Dr. Lin has given more than 300 lectures all over the world about Implant Dentistry and implant complications.

Advancements in technology with digital solutions in dentistry are here to stay.Digital implant dentistry can enhance the quality and accuracy of implant treatment from diagnosis to surgical and prosthetic phases of treatment.

CDHBC N/A

Soft Tissue Grafting Hands-On Workshop

CE Approval

Peter Z. Tawil is the current Olmsted Family Distinguished Professor and the Director for Graduate Endodontics at UNC in Chapel Hill. He has several publications with an emphasis on Periapical Micro-surgery. In addition, Dr. Tawil has a devotion for service and has been committed to his ongoing dental mission work in underdeveloped nations.

CDHBC N/A

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 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

Power Practice Software – Effective Tools for the Office Manager Henry Schein Software Course

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am continues 12:30pm–3:00pm LA34 Cost $175 VCC East - Room 7

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Technology CE Approval

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CDSBC PM

ADA&C

Y

Geared towards newly appointed office managers, supervisors and main administrators, this course focuses on understanding various settings, customizable fields and reporting capabilities within Power Practice to increase clinic efficiency and goal setting. Presented by Henry Schein Note: Previous experience with digital charting in Power Practice is a pre-requisite to attend this course.

CDHBC F.2

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Hands-On Courses

Saturday, March 7 Official conference of the:

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

Repeated Morning Courses

Nekky Jamal, BSc., DMD

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am LA31 Cost $295 VCC West - Room 201

Saturday, 12:30pm–3:00pm LA36 Cost $295

Nekky Jamal is a full time clinician in Lloydminster, Alberta and a proud graduate of the University of Saskatchewan. His referral based practice is limited to providing sedation dentistry and third molar extractions. After joining the BITES Institute, he has lectured nationally about Platelet Rich Fibrin and furthering the oral surgical skills for general dentists.

Learn to safely and easily incorporate Platelet Rich Fibrin into your practice. Heavy focus will be placed on venipuncture and techniques for obtaining PRF and fabricating Sticky Bone to increase the success of your oral surgical and GBR procedures.

VCC West - Room 201

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Morning Courses KIWImethod® Workshop: Minimally Invasive Gingival Grafting George K. Merijohn, DDS

Saturday, 9:00am–12:00pm LA33 Cost $295 VCC West - Room 217/218/219

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Implants, Periodontics, Prevention/Diagnosis CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC D.3

San Francisco periodontist George K. Merijohn practiced 28 years and is an Assoc. Clinical Professor in postdoctoral periodontics at UC San Francisco and the University of Washington. He authors articles on gingival recession and the evidence-based approach; publishes; consults; lectures internationally; and leads workshops in, Gingival Grafting, Periodontal Instrument Sharpening and Shaping and Functional Movement-Practical Ergonomics.

KIWImethod® site prep and non-palatal tissue harvesting lessens postop bleeding/discomfort and improves outcomes. Learn minimally-invasive, practical and proven gingival grafting techniques for root coverage and non-root coverage used to train postdoc perio residents in precision grafting. Co-sponsored by Colgate It is STRONGLY recommended to take the Friday morning presentation on Management and Prevention of Gingival Recession on Page 74 in advance of this Hands-On workshop.

Advanced Ultrasonic Debridement – Navigate Those Curves for Effective Biofilm Removal

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.

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am LA35 Cost $195

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

Cheri Wu, RDH, BDSc (DH)

VCC West - Room 116/117

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Periodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC D.3

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Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Platelet Rich Fibrin/Sticky Bone Hands-On Workshop


Saturday, March 7 Official conference of the:

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

Invisalign Clear Essentials Invisalign Fundamentals

Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

David Gates, DDS

Saturday, 8:00am–12:00pm LA28 Cost $1,995 CAD Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Orthodontics CE Approval

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CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

David Gates is graduate of Marquette University and has been treating Invisalign® patients since 2001. He lectures throughout the U.S., Canada, and Central America conducting numerous study clubs as well. Dr. Gates maintains a private practice in Las Vegas, focusing on cosmetic, reconstructive, implants and Invisalign treatments.

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.


Emergency Training Hands-On Courses Clarification on Basic Life Support Certification for Sedation Team

Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Registrants, clinical staff who are part of the sedation and/or general anaesthetic team are required to have current Basic Life Support (BLS) level certification. CDSBC’s expectation is that clinical staff on the sedation team hold current BLS certification as defined by the course provider. It is up to the registrant to determine whether the course meets CDBSC’s requirements (see below) and that your certification is valid. We recognize that there is a broad range of BLS course content and the course offerings are not consistent among providers. To provide clarity, the College will accept any BLS course that is designed for healthcare professionals, and that: • Includes bag-valve-mask training (airway management) • Has a hands-on component (courses entirely online are not acceptable) • Has a certification length of not longer than 24 months Note: CPR Level C is not acceptable for sedation and/or general anaesthesia clinical staff. If you are uncertain about the validity of your certification, we recommend contacting your training provider. *Basic Life Support (BLS) level certification replaces the previous CPR-HCP (Health Care Provider) requirement. Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Emergency Medicine CE Approval

CDSBC DME

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC D.7

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

Thursday, 8:30am–4:00pm LA43 Cost $95 VCC East - Room 10

This hands-on course reflects the most recent guidelines and updates for CPR with dental professionals in mind. Basic Life Support skills are demonstrated by engaging instructors and this hands-on class format reinforces participant skills development. This course places an emphasis on training your dental team in providing high-quality CPR and emergency resuscitation in your office setting. All this is done in a low-stress, engaging and fun environment. Paramedics are available to answer your specific questions during the class.

Basic Life Support Recertification (previously CPR-HCP) Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am LA44 Cost $75 VCC East - Room 13

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

This hands-on Basic Life Support CPR recert is for dental professionals who have taken CPR training within the last 2 years. This course reflects the most recent guidelines and updates for CPR. Basic Life Support skills are demonstrated by engaging instructors and this hands-on class format reinforces participant skills development. This recert course places an emphasis on training your dental team in providing high-quality CPR and emergency resuscitation in the office setting. All this is done in a low-stress, engaging and fun environment.

Canadian Red Cross Basic Life Support (previous HCP) Friday, 8:30am–12:30pm LA12 Cost $95 VCC East - Room 10

Repeated on Saturday, 8:30am–12:30pm LA30 Cost $95

Alert First-Aid is BC’s largest Canadian Red Cross Training Partner with training centers across Vancouver Island and Vancouver. They are an Instructor Development Centre and have more than 25 full time instructors and office staff. They are passionate about helping others save lives and our goal is to make our courses as enjoyable and stress-free as possible.

VCC East - Room 10

Repeated on Sunday, 8:30am–12:30pm LA39 Cost $95 VCC East - Room 10

NEW DAY

This 4-hour Basic Life Support course is designed to build participant confidence in performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills in a team environment for dental professionals with a duty to respond. This course teaches the steps to perform a rapid assessment, Basic Life Support (BLS) skills, and rapid defibrillation including use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED). The BLS curriculum supports the delivery of high performance, team-based professional-level resuscitation, and recognizes the nuances of multidisciplinary teams with varied experiences.

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Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Emergency Training Hands-On Courses

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Canadian Red Cross Basic Life Support (previous HCP) – Recertification Friday, 2:00pm–4:00pm LA27 Cost $75 VCC East - Room 10

Repeated on Saturday, 2:00pm–4:00pm LA38 Cost $75

Alert First-Aid is BC’s largest Canadian Red Cross Training Partner with training centers across Vancouver Island and Vancouver. They are an Instructor Development Centre and have more than 25 full time instructors and office staff. They are passionate about helping others save lives and our goal is to make our courses as enjoyable and stress-free as possible.

VCC East - Room 10

Repeated on Sunday, 8:30am–10:30am LA40 Cost $75 NEW DAY VCC East - Room 16

This 2-hour Basic Life Support (BLS) Recertification course is for those with a current BLS or CPR Level HCP certificate. The BLS program is designed to build participant confidence in performing CPR skills in a team environment for dental professionals with a duty to respond. This course teaches the steps to perform a rapid assessment, Basic Life Support (BLS) skills, and rapid defibrillation including the use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED). The BLS curriculum supports the delivery of high performance, team-based professional-level resuscitation.

Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) – 2 days Saturday and Sunday Saturday, 8:30am–4:00pm continued on Sunday, 8:30am–4:00pm LA29 Cost $450 VCC East - Room 13

OHM Medical Training Services Inc. is a Registered Training Affiliate with the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada (HSFC), International Trauma Life Support (ITLS), Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) and Advanced HAZMAT Life Support (AHLS). OHM Medical specializes in teaching various courses created by these world class organizations.

ACLS is designed to help health care providers gain skills to provide evidence-based care to patients in cardiac arrest or other lifethreatening situations. This course reinforces use of basic life support and automated external defibrillation, and then extends skills to advanced interventions. Pre-requisite: Heart and Stroke Basic Life Support Certificate within the past year. Any other certificates will not be recognized.

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Inside the Exhibit Hall Today

Thursday, March 5

Live Dentistry Stage

Thursday Demonstrations take place on the west side of the Exhibit Hall.

8:30am–10:00am

Jim Yeganegi graduated 1991 with a BSc, in Biology. DMD from Tufts School oF Dental medicine , Boston Mass 1995. Member of VOISSC Surgical Study Club 2000-2006, Completed Vancouver MaxiCourse 2015. Level I Associate Fellow AAID, Faculty Of Hiossen Implant Co Canada, Clinical advisor for Navigate Surgical Technologies.

Thursday Live Dentistry Stage

Managing Posterior Maxillary Ridge Deficiency Using Crestal Approach Sinus Lift Jim Yeganegi, BSc., DMD

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approval CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

The CASKIT from Hiossen allows a less invasive approach to penetrating the Maxillary sinus floor separating and elevating the Schneiderian membrane for purposes of introducing gaft material and/or implants of longer lengths. By understanding sinus anatomy, the principals of calibrated drilling and hydraulic lifting one can now expand their surgical scope to include maxillary rides of less than ideal bone height. As with all surgical approaches, diganotics, tx planning and case selection will make for predictable, safe and successful surgery. Co-sponsored by Hiossen Implant Canada Inc.

Glenn van As graduated from UBC in 1987. He is in private practice in North Vancouver, and has lectured over 800 times in 30 countries. He has a mastership in Lasers from the ALD, and was recognized with the Leon Goldman award for clinical excellence in lasers in 2006. He has been voted a CE leader for Dentistry Today from 2011-2020.

11:15am–1:15pm

Removal of Ceramic Restorations with the Laser

Glenn van As, BSc., DMD Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Laser Dentistry CE Approval CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

In this live demonstration, Dr. van As will demonstrate how the Biolase lasers can be used to remove old porcelain veneers, provide aesthetic improvements with minimally invasive tissue recontouring and provide tissue management for indirect restorations.

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.

DME

Dental/Medical Emergencies

NE

Not Eligible

Legend for ADA&C Y Yes NE Not Eligible

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 F Professional Issues

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Open Sessions

Thursday, March 5

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

Repeated Morning Presentations Restorative Dentistry – From An Occlusal to Full-Mouth Rehabilitation

Jeffrey Hoos 1978 Tufts Dental, started practice one chair. Wife Betsy’s support, help build a four dentist office, 25 staff, dedicated to patient centered dentistry. BALANCING: Art Science & Business. Has lectured for 38 years. Dentists come to learn restorative methods, practice management, cosmetics, occlusion, implant dentistry, painless injections and build a fee for service practice.

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dr. Polly Chan

Jeffrey Hoos, DMD, FAGD

Repeated on Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 121/122

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

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

Restorative dentistry is the backbone of dental practices. Simple to complex dentistry requires an understanding about the best materials, methods, and techniques: Beautiful, Well researched, Done timely: Balancing: the Art, Science, and Business of Dentistry. Implement first day back. Co-sponsored by Kuraray America

CDHBC N/A

Pediatric Oral Radiology – Common Radiographic Lesions in Children and Adolescents

Juan Yepes is an associate professor in the Department of Pediatric Dentistry at Indiana University and an attending at Riley Children Hospital in Indianapolis. Juan completed a MPH, DrPH (both in epidemiology), MS and certificate in pediatric dentistry at the University of Kentucky, an oral medicine certificate at the University of Pennsylvania and a fellowship in radiology at the University of Iowa.

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Sandra Woodrow

Juan Yepes, DDS, MD, MPH, MS, DrPH VCC West - Room 109

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

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Pediatric Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC C.3

Stop Selling Crowns

Michael Thorne attributes his notoriety as one of Inman News’ 100 Top Real Estate Innovators to his confidence and two simple words: what if? Speaking to audiences of 10,000 agents, he is a pioneer in the expert union of real estate and social marketing. That reputation, paired with a commitment to inspire others, is what brings him to speaking stages around the world.

Michael Thorne, credentials Tyler McClendon, BFA

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

Repeated on Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 224

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

This presentation will cover the most common radiographic diagnosis in children and adolescents. The first block of the conference will review the basic of differential interpretation with practical application. Other topics included in the lecture are radiation safety and the use of cone beam CT in pediatric dentistry. Case-presentation will be the frame that guide the presentation.

CDHBC N/A

Communication Solutions: Attitudes, Breakdowns & Conflict Resolutions Judy Kay Mausolf

Thursday, 9:00am–11:30am

After graduating from SFU’s School for the Contemporary Arts, BC native Tyler McClendon began a successful acting career, appearing in many film and TV productions (Underworld, Supernatural, etc.). His transition to the dental industry came from a desire to use creativity to inspire others. After seven years as a sales consultant for Henry Schein, his creative journey continues.

Join international speaker Michael Thorne for a deep dive on Conformity Disruption within the digital marketing landscape. In this exciting session, we will take an engaging look at how you can use digital media to your advantage - right now. Not next week. Not next month. Now. Sponsored by Henry Schein Judy Kay Mausolf is a speaker, author and dental culture specialist with expertise in helping others get happier and more successful! She coaches teams how to grow their practices by becoming better leaders, working together better and delivering service with more focus and passion. She is Past President of NSA (Minnesota Chapter), Director of Sponsoring Partners for SCN, member of NSA & ADMC.

VCC West - Ballroom B

Speaker Host: Zoe Leung

Repeated on Friday, 9:00am–11:30am

Communication is responsible for many things, and improving your communication techniques can result in a high-performing team and patient relationships. Judy Kay will teach you how to elevate communication, inspire open communication, prevent breakdowns, resolve conflict, and build trust and respect!

VCC West - Ballroom A

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication CE Approval

CDSBC PM

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC B.2

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Thursday Open Sessions

VCC West - Room 121/122


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 5

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

Repeated Morning Presentations Larry Williams served for 30 years in the United States Navy Dental Corps where he addressed such issues as tobacco cessation, tobacco policies, and training for the Department of Defense, Veterans Affairs, and other National health issues. He is currently an Associate Professor at the Midwestern University College of Dental Medicine-Illinois. Dr. Williams is also certified in the ABGD.

How Much Do You Know About Vaping & Tobacco? Larry Williams, DDS, MPH

Thursday Open Sessions

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Chris Gordon

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B/C

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

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Health CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

Based on current information from both Canadian and U.S. resources, vaping has been linked to severe lung illnesses and some deaths. This lecture will address these issues and inform about vaping and its possible outcomes, and discuss the dental team’s role in addressing this issue.

CDHBC D.1 E.2

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 59) Session Chair: Dr. Jason Conn

Morning Presentations Dental Implications in Orthodontic Retention

Amanda Maplethorp, DMD,

Certficate in Orthodontics

Thursday, 8:30am–9:15am VCC West - Room 118

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Orthodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

The Tongue and It’s Tells

Maryam Taleghani, DMD, FRCDC, Dip. ABOM, Certified Specialist in Oral Medicine

Thursday, 9:25am–10:10am

Amanda Maplethorp earned her dental degree UBC in 1978; Orthodontic Certificate University of Oregon HSC 1981; has a private practice in Maple Ridge. She is Past President BCSO & CAO, current VP of the World Federation of Orthodontists, Fellow of the American College of Dentists, Pierre Fauchard Academy and International College of Dentists, Clinical Instructor UBC Graduate Orthodontic Department, Member of several study clubs.

A review of orthodontic retention including long term implications, different retainer choices; their advantages and disadvantages and possible serious dental complications. Consideration of dental procedures that affect orthodontic retention and when to refer the patient back to an orthodontist. Maryam Taleghani is a Canadian and American board certified specialist in oral medicine. She received her DMD from Tufts university in 1997 followed by a year of GPR. She completed a 4 year residency program in oral medicine and oral pathology at UBC. She maintains a private oral medicine practice in North Vancouver and is also appointed as clinical assistant professor at UBC.

VCC West - Room 118

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC C.1 C.4

Saving Teeth and Implants – Periodontal Regeneration Andrew Han, DMD, FRCD(C)

Thursday, 10:20am–11:25am

What is that on the tongue? Patients frequently present complaining of tongue abnormalities. The tongue maybe affected as part of oral disease or as a sign of systemic disease. This presentation will provide a brief overview of normal tongue anatomy and discuss the conditions that affect the tongue. Andrew Han received his DMD from Tufts University in 2008 and his Certificate in Periodontics from Columbia University in 2011. He is a Canadian and American boardcertified specialist in periodontics and maintains periodontal practices in Vancouver and Abbotsford, BC with focuses on comprehensive periodontal and dental implant therapies.

VCC West - Room 118

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Periodontics CE Approval

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CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC D.2

This program will provide an overview of different periodontal therapy options, including biologic modifiers. This program will focus specifically on regeneration of lost hard and soft tissue, and best practice approach to interdisciplinary care. Clinical cases will be displayed and reviewed.


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 5

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

Morning Presentations Douglas Lambert graduated from the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry. He is a Fellow in the American College of Dentists, Academy for Sports Dentistry, American Society for Dental Aesthetics, a Diplomat of the American Board of Aesthetic Dentistry, and is the team dentist for the Minnesota Lynx of the WNBA. His practice in Edina, MN emphasizes cosmetic, comprehensive, and sports dentistry.

Making Composites Fun, Not Frustrating! Douglas Lambert, BSB, DDS

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Speaker Host: Dr. David Resch

This course will offer conservative, practical solutions based on clinical fundamentals, coupled with the integration of current technologies and materials, to yield simple, reproducible, and efficient techniques for anterior and posterior composite restorations. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

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

Better, Faster, Prettier Composites David Clark, DDS

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dr. Warrick Yu

VCC West - Room 301

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Endodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Join us for this fast paced and entertaining lecture and learn: Class II’s, minimally invasive prep design, consistently gorgeous contacts, and managing deep caries; Use composite and Bioclear to treat the “dreaded” black triangles and diastemas; Restore Incisal edges in worn teeth, fractured teeth, and collapsed bites with confidence; Sparkly, mirror finish for composites with the 3 step “Rock Star Polish”. Co-sponsored by 3M Oral Care

See Dr. David Clark on the Live Dentistry Stage Fri. at 11am

Anterior All-Ceramic Restorations: From Concept to Cementation Edward Lowe, DMD, AAACD

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dr. Ali Salari

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Materials/Techniques, Photography CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

Ed Lowe is a 1986 graduate of UBC Dentistry and owns a private practice devoted to functional aesthetic dentistry in downtown Vancouver, BC. He is an accredited member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and is the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Cosmetic Dentistry. Dr. Lowe has published over 75 articles and lectures internationally on comprehensive restorative and aesthetic dentistry.

CDHBC N/A

Ever wonder where to start when presented with a complex anterior esthetics case? This program focuses on diagnosis, treatment planning, preparation design, provisional restorations, material selection, and includes step-by-step instructions for bonding and cementation. Case studies will be shown. Co-sponsored by Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc.

Excellence in Dental Assisting Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA

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

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Assisting, Aesthetics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

Shannon Pace Brinker is a National and International Speaker and published author. She was the first auxiliary to sit on the AACD Board of Directors and awarded the AACD Rising Star Award. Shannon was selected Dentistry Today’s Top 100 Clinicians, Dental Products Report 25 most influential women in dentistry and Dr. Bicuspid’s dental assisting educator of the year. Speaker Host: Angela Jeet

Talented team members yearn for a practice where they can attain better opportunities now and in the future. Helping the modern dental assistant expand their vision, capabilities, and accomplishments chairside is a great way for dentists to contribute to their dental assistant’s overall growth. Co-sponsored by Kulzer

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Thursday Open Sessions

Pacific Rim - Emerald Ballroom ABC


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 5

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

Morning Presentations Societal Trends and Behaviours: What Every Dental Professional Needs to Know

Jo-Anne Jones is a successful entrepreneur and international, award winning speaker, who brings life, energy and inspiration to all her presentations. Jo-Anne joins DPR’s Top 25 Women in Dentistry and the 2020 Dentistry Today CE Leaders for the 10th consecutive year. A focus on knowledge translation direct to practice has earned Jo-Anne many loyal followers nationally and internationally.

Thursday, 9:00am–11:30am

Speaker Host: Jodi Noble

Thursday Open Sessions

Jo-Anne Jones

A number of social and sexual behaviors are placing our dental patient at risk. Explore today’s current trends including vaping, oil pulling, charcoal whitening, inflammatory diets, collagen breakdown etc and the impact on oral and overall health.

VCC East - Ballroom B Learning Pattern: CE Approval

Clinical Excellence Dental Assisting, Dental Hygiene, Materials/Techniques, Periodontics, Communication, Health

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

Sponsored by Oral Science

CDHBC B.1 E.2

Kathleen Bokrossy is a dental hygienist, entrepreneur, presenter, author and a coach. She has been bringing engaging energy to the dental profession for over 30 years. Kathleen is the president of rdhu Inc., a Professional Development company and is committed to help ‘transform the dental hygiene experience’ for you, your client and your practice!

Creating the Ultimate Dental Hygiene Experience Kathleen Bokrossy, RDH

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Corrina Moldowan

VCC East - Room 11/12

Join Kathleen Bokrossy as she shares strategies and tips on how you can create the Ultimate Dental Hygiene Experience so that your clients show up, get wowed, value their appointment, and make the shift from ‘just’ a cleaning to an important medical appointment.

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene CE Approval

CDSBC PM

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC F.2

D.1

Co-sponsored by Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc.

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.

CDHBC Forum

College of Dental Hygienists of BC

Thursday, 9:00am–11:30am

The CDHBC Registrar will provide an update on the proposed Dental Hygienists Regulation amendments posted by the Ministry on Aug 30, 2019 & the CDHBC proposed amended bylaws posted on Nov 7, 2019. Other topics related to the regulation of the profession in the public interest will also be discussed.

VCC East - Ballroom A

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene CE Approval

CDSBC NE

ADA&C NE

CDHBC F.1

Presented by College of Dental Hygienists of BC

Joy D. Void-Holmes is an educator, writer and consultant. Published author of multiple dental related articles and co-founder of Inspire the Future Summit educator’s conference. She is an accomplished speaker, lecturing nationally on topics such as instrumentation, ultrasonics, infection control, nutrition and biochemistry. Joy received her doctorate degree in Health Sciences.

What’s New: Exploring Technological Advancements in Dental Hygiene Instrumentation Joy Void-Holmes, RDH, BSDH, DHSc

Speaker Host: Sue Heikkila

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

This course is packed with information on cutting-edge instruments, including ultrasonics. Attendees will learn how to create armamentariums that require fewer tools and select instruments that make providing advanced periodontal care more comfortable and safe for the patient and clinician.

VCC East - Room 2/3

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC D.3

Co-sponsored by Bisco Dental Products Canada Co-sponsored by VOCO Canada, Inc. Inc.

This presentation is STRONGLY recommended in advance of the Thursday afternoon Hands-On Workshop Smart Scaling: Using the Staged Approach to Ultrasonic and Hand Instrumentation on Page 40.

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Uncorking the wines Of

Italy

Thursday Evening – tickets available at the registration desk


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 5

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

Morning Presentations From Risk to Reward – Implementing Patient-Based Periodontal Treatment Protocols

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.

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Patient-centered periodontal treatment plans are essential for optimum clinical outcomes. Utilizing a formal risk assessment for periodontal disease diagnosis along with application of the 2018 EFP/AAP Periodontal and Peri-Implant Disease Classification System will assist the clinican with this goal.

Marianne Dryer, RDH, MEd

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Technology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Y

ADA&C

CDHBC D.2

Creating Endodontic Success: Predictably, Efficiently and Painlessly Gary Glassman, DDS, FRCD(C)

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CDSBC CL

Y

ADA&C

Gary Glassman is a graduate from the University of Toronto, Faculty of Dentistry and the Endodontology Program at Temple University. Highly published, he lectures globally on endodontics, and is on staff at U of T and Adjunct Professor of Dentistry and Director of Endodontics at the University Tech in Kingston, Jamaica. Gary is Endo Editor for Oral Health Journal, Faculty Chair for DC Institute and CDO of dentalcorp. Speaker Host: Dr. James Jensen

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

CE Approval

Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

CDHBC N/A

This course addresses breakthrough concepts and details the skills necessary for acquiring the expertise and confidence to perform the highest quality endodontics. NiTi instrumentation, predictable irrigation protocols and warm vertical condensation will be discussed. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

Anatomical Instrumentation and Bioceramic Root Filling Frank Setzer, DMD, PhD, MS

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dr. Wendy Lai

VCC West - Room 215/216

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Y

ADA&C

Frank Setzer is a Diplomate of American Board of Endodontics, serves as Clinic and Predoctoral Director at Endodontic Department of University of Pennsylvania. Earned a Dental degree in Germany 1995, doctoral degree 1998. Endodontic program at Penn 2006, MS in Oral Biology and DMD degree 2008 and 2010. Lectures nationally and internationally, authored over 80 peer-reviewed articles, abstracts and book chapters.

CDHBC N/A

This evidence-based lecture discusses rotary instrumentation with expandable file systems that allow for better mechanical cleaning of the root canal system than traditional, round rotary NiTi instruments and the matching bioceramic sealer based obturation. Co-sponsored by Brasseler Canada

Dispelling the “CSI Effect” Myth – Overview of Contemporary Forensic Dentistry

Anthony (Rick) Cardoza, DDS, D-ABFO

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

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Forensics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC F.1

The Keys to Successful, Predictable, and Efficient Direct Composite Restorations Tim Bizga, DDS, FAGD

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

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

ADA&C

Y

Speaker Host: Birgit Gajdos

In this seminar, Dr. Cardoza presents forensic dental identification of decedents of varying postmortem states including: skeletal, fragmented, decomposed, burned remains and pattern injuries as they relate to bite mark investigation not only in human bites but animal bites as well. Timothy M. Bizga is a general dentist practicing in Cleveland, Ohio. His background in dentistry is lengthy and diverse. Once a former chairside assistant, he also worked as a dental lab-technician, making his perspective unique among others in the field of dentistry. He received his DDS from the University of Michigan School of Dentistry, where he is also an Adjunct Clinical Professor. Speaker Host: Dr. Peter Liem

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

CE Approval

Anthony “Rick” Cardoza is a forensic dental consultant for the County of San Diego Office of the Medical Examiner, County of Imperial, Office of the Coroner, and the State of California Department of Justice. Dr. Cardoza is a Fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Forensic Odontology.

CDHBC N/A

Direct composite restorations are among the most frequently performed restorative procedures, yet dentist often struggle with placement technique, consistency and sensitivity. This presentation will provide attendees with essential concepts for achieving longlasting, aesthetic results. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

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Thursday Open Sessions

VCC East - Room 1

Speaker Host: Barbara Lee


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 5

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

Morning Presentations Bisphosphonates: Approach with Confidence!

David Yang is the Provincial Practice Leader in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery for BC Cancer. He manages jaw necrosis arising from bisphosphonates, in both the osteoporosis and the cancer setting. He is overseeing clinical research in jaw necrosis, and is a co-author for the Oral Care Manual for the Cancer Patient.

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dr. Asif Tejani

Thursday Open Sessions

David Yang, DDS, FRCD(C) VCC West - Room 220

Jaw necrosis arising from bisphosphonates can occur from routine dental procedures, or in some cases spontaneously. New agents like Denosumab are becoming popular osteoporosis therapies, complicating the picture. Join us to learn to approach these patients with confidence.

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC D.1

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

Oral Surgery for the General Dentist

Tobin Bellamy, DMD, FRCD(c), FASDA

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

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; Complications including bleeding, sinus exposure, and dry sockets will be covered.

VCC East - Room 8/15

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Surgery CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Understanding Diagnostic Test – A Probabilistic Approach

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

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Christie Madro Stewart

VCC West - Room 208/209

Fundamental to patient care is making a diagnosis. The presentation reviews the clinical interpretation of a diagnostic test’s properties’ (sensitivity and specificity) to help the clinician assess a test’s risk of a false positive or a false negative in a world of uncertainty.

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Critical Issues CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

Ben Balevi is a full time solo-private practitioner who received a degree in engineering and a graduate degree in Evidence-Based Healthcare from Oxford. He has presented internationally and the author of several peer-reviewed publications and textbook chapters. Ben is the recipient of the Evidence-Based Dentistry–Practice Award granted by the American Dental Association (ADA) and the IADR.

CDHBC F.1

Barry Schwartz was in general practice for 25 years and then taught applied ethics, interpersonal communications and professionalism for 16 years at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry, Western University at London Ontario. He has conducted research, published numerous papers and has spoken at many conferences nationally and internationally on the subject of dental ethics.

Ethics and Professionalism in Dental Advertising

Barry Schwartz, DDS, MHSc (bioethics), cert ADR, FPFA, FACD

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dr. William Cliffe

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Ethics

This session will highlight the professional implications of various marketing and advertising strategies in dentistry. A number of effective and professional alternatives in marketing will be presented along with a ten-step plan to improve the dentist’s image.

VCC West - Room 221/222

CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC F.1

Top 10 Secrets to Make Your Practice Thrive

Kirk Behrendt, BS in Communications

Thursday, 9:00am–11:30am Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management

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CDSBC NE

ADA&C N

Kirk Behrendt is the CEO of ACT Dental, a customized coaching company for dentists. He has invested his entire professional life studying the top dental practices in the world and the leadership that guides them. His vision is driven by the commitment to provide highly personalized care to the dental profession. He loves pending time with his wife, Sarah, and children Kinzie, Lily, Zoe and Bo. Speaker Host: Dr. Clive Jones

VCC West - Ballroom A

CE Approval

F.2

CDHBC N/A

Some Dentists and Team members are working harder than ever for the same result. Bring your team to this inspirational lecture to see 10 powerful secrets you and your team can create more opportunities to produce more dentistry and reduce the amount of open chairs in your office today.


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 5

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

Morning Presentations Hurts So Good: Managing Acute Dental Pain and Appropriate Analgesic Prescribing Thomas Viola, RPh, CCP

Speaker Host: Dr. Richard Kofsky

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Pharmacology CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC D.1

Attendees of this course will explore current therapeutic strategies for effectively managing dental pain with opioid and non-opioid analgesics, as well as analgesic adjuvants. Special emphasis will be given to appropriate analgesic prescribing practices and to the management of opioid dependence.

Get Cybersmart: Technology for an Efficient and Secure Practice

Dean Smith is the Information Technology Manager at the Canadian Dental Association (CDA) and is responsible for all aspects of technology at CDA. Security and risk are the two primary focus areas of Information Technology within CDA and Dean ensures CDA leads Canadian dentistry in promoting security and privacy.

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Jennifer Bartolotti

VCC West - Room 110

In this course, you will discover the importance of cybersecurity in dental offices. The objective is to understand cyber-attacks and why it is important to take steps to prevent attacks before they happen.

Dean Smith

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Technology CE Approval

CDSBC PM

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC F.2

Ultimate Foods for Ultimate Physical & Mental Health Liz Pearson, Registered Dietitian

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am Learning Pattern: Personal Development General Medicine, Health CDSBC NC

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC A.2

Advice for Young Dentists on Building a Successful Practice William van Dyk, DDS

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

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

CDSBC NE

ADA&C NE

Liz Pearson is a Registered Dietitian with a passion for peanut butter sandwiches and an undying love for chocolate. She’s an award-winning, national bestselling author of four books, including “Broccoli, Love & Dark Chocolate.” Liz presents regularly across North America. She was the “Ask the Expert” nutrition columnist for Chatelaine magazine and appears regularly on radio and television. Speaker Host: Brenda Siegrist

VCC West - Room 212/213/214 CE Approval

Presented by British Columbia Dental Association

CDHBC N/A

What we eat profoundly impacts our energy levels, risk of disease, and longevity, as well as our mental health. Busy lifestyles and our toxic food environment, however, make it hard to eat healthy. This science-based session gives you the tools to live the healthiest and happiest life possible.

William van Dyk impresses dental audiences with his extensive knowledge of what it takes to build and maintain a successful practice. His insights are based on years of teaching practice management combined with his experience as the owner of a thriving practice. Dr. van Dyk’s unusual style entertains while providing useful knowledge that can be brought back to your practice.

When you take over or start a practice, your first business decisions are crucial. If your practice runs well, your team is more positive, and your patients are more comfortable. The learning from this session can be taken directly back to your practice to apply immediately. Sponsored by CDSPI

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Thursday Open Sessions

VCC West - Room 211

CE Approval

Thomas Viola is a board-certified pharmacist who also serves the professions of dentistry as a clinical educator, professional speaker and published author. Tom is a member of the faculty of 16 dental professional degree programs and has presented hundreds of continuing education courses to dental professionals, nationally and internationally, in the areas of oral pharmacology and local anesthesia.


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 5

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

Repeated Afternoon Presentations Street Drug Awareness for Dental Professionals

Derek Salisbury is a career firefighter/paramedic for the past 18 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.

Thursday, 2:00pm–4:30pm

Speaker Host: Grace Manaog

Repeated on Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

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

Thursday Open Sessions

Derek Salisbury, firefighter/paramedic/HAZMAT tech VCC West - Ballroom B

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B/C

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Emergency Medicine, Health CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Y

ADA&C

CDHBC B.2 D.1 D.4

Nekky Jamal is a full time clinician in Lloydminster, Alberta and a proud graduate of the University of Saskatchewan. His referral based practice is limited to providing sedation dentistry and third molar extractions. After joining the BITES Institute, he has lectured nationally about Platelet Rich Fibrin and furthering the oral surgical skills for general dentists.

Complex Surgical Extractions Made Simple Nekky Jamal, BSc., DMD

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Dr. Chris Lee

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

Repeated on Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 202/203/204

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Surgery, Radiology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

This session will highlight tips and tricks to apply to surgical extractions to simplify the entire procedure. Main focus will be on atraumatic extractions prior to immediate implant therapy (anterior and molars) and on impacted wisdom tooth extractions.

CDHBC N/A

Pediatric Oral Pathology – Most Common Oral Lesions in Children and Adolescents

Juan Yepes is an associate professor in the Department of Pediatric Dentistry at Indiana University and an attending at Riley Children Hospital in Indianapolis. Juan completed a MPH, DrPH (both in epidemiology), MS and certificate in pediatric dentistry at the University of Kentucky, an oral medicine certificate at the University of Pennsylvania and a fellowship in radiology at the University of Iowa.

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Sandra Woodrow

Juan Yepes, DDS, MD, MPH, MS, DrPH VCC West - Room 109

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

This presentation will cover the most common soft tissue lesions in children and adolescents. Special emphasis will be placed in the process of building the differential diagnosis.

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology, Pediatric Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC C.4

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Open Sessions

Thursday, March 5

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

Repeated Afternoon Presentations Larry Williams served for 30 years in the United States Navy Dental Corps where he addressed such issues as tobacco cessation, tobacco policies, and training for the Department of Defense, Veterans Affairs, and other National health issues. He is currently an Associate Professor at the Midwestern University College of Dental Medicine-Illinois. Dr. Williams is also certified in the ABGD.

Cannabis, CBD, Vaping, and Oral Health – Are You Ready to Discuss? Larry Williams, DDS, MPH

Thursday, 2:00pm–4:30pm

Speaker Host: Chris Gordon

VCC West - Ballroom A VCC West - Room 211

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Health CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Thursday Open Sessions

While tobacco use has seen a gradual decline in both the United States and Canada, there has been a significant increase in vaping plus an increase in cannabis use, to include non-THC products such as CBD. This lecture will look at these issues and the possible affect on our practice of dentistry.

Repeated on Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

CDHBC D.1 E.2

Y

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 52) Session Chair: Dr. David Yang

Afternoon Presentations Kenneth Chow completed his Dentistry at USC (1992) and his Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Loyola Medical Center (1996). He has been teaching at UBC for over 20 years and mentors a study club of 70 dentist. He has been CDSBC’s Chair of the Ethics Committee. He and his wife, Susan are active in the community with BC Cancer Agency, BC Children’s Hospital, UBC, CLICK and Geriatric care.

Artificial Intelligence in Dentistry Kenneth Chow, BSc, DDS, FCDS(BC), FACD

Thursday, 1:30pm–2:00pm VCC West - Room 118

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Surgery CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

The present and future use of Artificial Intelligence in the Dental Practice.

The Most Common Endodontic Failures and Tips to Avoid Them

Following completion of his science degree in organic chemistry at Simon Fraser University, Jason Conn attended Boston University for both his DMD and Endodontics degree. He currently maintains full-time practice at Oakridge Centre in Vancouver and in Langley while serving on the ethics committee at the College of Dental Surgeons of BC and the executive of the Dental Specialists Society of BC.

Jason Conn, BSc, DMD, CAGS, FRCD(C)

Thursday, 2:10pm–2:40pm VCC West - Room 118

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

From patients to practitioners and staff, no one likes a failing endo. This case series will take a quick look at the most common reasons for endodontic treatment failures. See where retreatments can work and get some tips for getting right the first time.

From Birth To Age 21 – A Cleft Patient’s Journey

Graham Grabowski earned his DMD from the University of British Columbia, and completed his residency in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery at Yale-New Haven Hospital. He is a Certified Specialist in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, an Associate Clinic Professor at UBC, and has privileges at BC Children’s Hospital where he is a member of the Cleft Palate and Craniofacial Team.

Thursday, 2:50pm–4:10pm

Angelina Loo is a Certified Specialist in Orthodontics and lectures internationally on the orthodontic management of children with craniofacial differences. She is an Associate Clinical Professor, Course Director for the Cleft and Craniofacial Program for UBC Graduate Orthodontics and Paediatric Dentistry, a member of BC Children’s Hospital Cleft Team, and maintains a private practice in Vancouver.

Graham Grabowski, DMD, FRCD(C) Angelina Loo, DMD, MSc, FRCDC VCC West - Room 118

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Surgery CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC C.1 C.2 D.4

This presentation introduces team care for patients with facial clefting from prenatal diagnosis to the complex, longterm care provided by medical and dental practitioners. Attendees will gain an appreciation of the dental findings associated with facial clefting and the cleft patients’ journey.

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Open Sessions

Thursday, March 5

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

Afternoon Presentations Game Changers: Silver Diamine Fluoride, and a Review of Composites and Techniques

Les Rykiss, DMD, dip. ABAD, FASDA, FIADFE,

Thursday Open Sessions

Associate Fellowship WCLI

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

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Bad Bounces and Broken Teeth – The Sports Dentistry Side of Your Practice Douglas Lambert, BSB, DDS

Pacific Rim - Emerald Ballroom ABC Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Trauma Dentistry CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

Speaker Host: Dr. Kary Taylor

To Help move your practice forward we will review the newest and best products from SDI for Biocompatibility and minimally invasive dentistry. We will discuss in depth the shifting methodologies of incorporating Silver Diamine Fluoride, as well as review the many SDI composite products available. Co-sponsored by SDI (North America) Inc.

Douglas Lambert graduated from the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry. He is a Fellow in the American College of Dentists, Academy for Sports Dentistry, American Society for Dental Aesthetics, a Diplomat of the American Board of Aesthetic Dentistry, and is the team dentist for the Minnesota Lynx of the WNBA. His practice in Edina, MN emphasizes cosmetic, comprehensive, and sports dentistry. Speaker Host: Dr. David Resch

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

CE Approval

Les Rykiss DMD, graduated from the University of Manitoba in 1990, and practices in Winnipeg, MB. He is a Diplomate of ABAD, has Fellowship Degrees in FIADFE, FASDA, and an Associate Fellowship in Lasers from the WCLI. He’s a graduate of the Nash Institute for Dental Learning. His dental memberships include the MDA, CDA, ASDA, IADFE, and is the Cosmetic Editor for Oral Health Journal.

CDHBC E.2

We are in an age of active lifestyles, and athletic injuries to the orofacial region and the dentition are on the rise. Come learn about unique and timely techniques for diagnosing, treating, and restoring these accidents so you will be prepared for the unexpected! Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

Numb, Numb-er, Numb-est: Maximizing Local Anaesthesia Success Through Pharmacology

Alan Budenz is a general dentist, a trained anatomist, and a Professor in the Department of Biomedical Sciences, and is the Vice Chair of the Department of Diagnostic Sciences at the University of the Pacific, Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry in San Francisco, California. He has lectured nationally and internationally on local anesthesia, cariology, and the anatomical basis of dentistry.

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Melody Weimer

Alan Budenz, MS, DDS, MBA

VCC West - Room 212/213/214 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Anaesthesia CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC D.5

Shannon Pace Brinker is a National and International Speaker and published author. She was the first auxiliary to sit on the AACD Board of Directors and awarded the AACD Rising Star Award. Shannon was selected Dentistry Today’s Top 100 Clinicians, Dental Products Report 25 most influential women in dentistry and Dr. Bicuspid’s dental assisting educator of the year.

Our Side of the Chair

Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA

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

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Assisting, Aesthetics CE Approval

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CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

This lecture is designed for those who wish to expand their understanding of the pharmacologic mechanisms of local anesthesia. How do local anesthetic agents work, and why don’t they always work? A range of new anesthesia products, such as for buffering, inhalation, and reversal, will be discussed.

CDHBC A.1

Speaker Host: Angela Jeet

Most dental assistants are not aware of the many career opportunities that are available to them. This course will not only teach you the skills you need but will open up a world of opportunities so that you can have personal satisfaction in your career and love going to work every day!


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 5

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

Afternoon Presentations Jo-Anne Jones is a successful entrepreneur and international, award winning speaker, who brings life, energy and inspiration to all her presentations. Jo-Anne joins DPR’s Top 25 Women in Dentistry and the 2020 Dentistry Today CE Leaders for the 10th consecutive year. A focus on knowledge translation direct to practice has earned Jo-Anne many loyal followers nationally and internationally.

Hindsight is Always 20/20: Missing the Oral Cancer Diagnosis Jo-Anne Jones

Thursday, 2:00pm–4:30pm

Speaker Host: Jodi Noble

Learning Pattern: CE Approval

Through a guided journey of inspiring oral cancer stories learn the subtle life-saving symptoms and screening techniques that will increase our opportunity to save a life.

Clinical Excellence Dental Assisting, Dental Hygiene, Materials/Techniques, Periodontics, Communication, Health

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC C.1

Co-sponsored by Apteryx Imaging Co-sponsored byOrascoptic

C.4

Kathleen Bokrossy is a dental hygienist, entrepreneur, presenter, author and a coach. She has been bringing engaging energy to the dental profession for over 30 years. Kathleen is the president of rdhu Inc., a Professional Development company and is committed to help ‘transform the dental hygiene experience’ for you, your client and your practice!

Energy Management for the Dental Hygienist Kathleen Bokrossy, RDH

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Corrina Moldowan

VCC East - Room 11/12

As RDH’s we are faced with a unique set of personal and professional challenges as we give so much of ourselves to others all day long, and as a result we often neglect our own self-care. Learn strategies and tips on what you can do to maintain your energy and be engaged in your life again!

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC B.1

F.2

Co-sponsored by Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc.

Dani Botbyl is a leading authority in ultrasonic instrumentation, who, for the past nineteen years, has served as National Clinical Educator with Dentsply Sirona. She lectures internationally and has published numerous articles in industry and peerreviewed journals. Current research interests include educational preparedness of dental hygienists in the area of ultrasonic instrumentation.

Ultrasonic Debridement: The Finishing Touches Dani Botbyl, RDH

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Katya Parfenova

VCC East - Room 8/15

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC A.1

C.1

D.3

Elements that help take ultrasonic debridement to the next level are curved and ultra-thin ultrasonic instruments and aerosol management. Emphasis will be on accessing biofilm/calculus in routinely missed sites, preserving root and CE structure and minimizing risk of illness from aerosols. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona Note: This Open Session course is a pre-requisite for those registered for the Friday Hands-On courses “Ultrasonic Debridement Workshop: The Finishing Touches” on page 41.

Digital Dentistry In The Modern Dental Office Amarjit Rihal, DMD

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Amina Hablass

VCC West - Room 110

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

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

Amarjit Rihal obtained his DMD degree from the University of Manitoba, Faculty of Dentistry, in 1995. His professional interest has involved all aspects of implant and CAD/CAM dentistry. He currently runs his own digital lab Rihal Digital Designs and is a CEREC Doctor mentor. He has lectured internationally, is a KOL for Dentsply Sirona and his helping shape innovations in CAD/CAM dentistry.

CDHBC N/A

This course is designed for the novice or experienced CAD/CAM dentist looking to expand their understanding of digital dentistry and how to implement this technology into their practice through both a lecture and hands-on training. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

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Thursday Open Sessions

VCC East - Ballroom B


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 5

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

Afternoon Presentations Anthony “Rick” Cardoza is a forensic dental consultant for the County of San Diego Office of the Medical Examiner, County of Imperial, Office of the Coroner, and the State of California Department of Justice. Dr. Cardoza is a Fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Forensic Odontology.

Dentistry’s Role in the Mass Disaster Scenario-Child and Partner Violence Recognition

Thursday Open Sessions

Anthony (Rick) Cardoza, DDS, D-ABFO

Speaker Host: Birgit Gajdos

Thursday, 2:00pm–4:30pm

Dr. Cardoza will discuss the evolution of mass disaster management from the perspective of forensic dentistry. Also, as dental health care professionals, you are mandated by law to report patients you suspect have signs or symptoms of physical abuse. Learn the signs of abuse and reporting duties.

VCC West - Ballroom C

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Forensics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC C.1

F.1

Jim Yeganegi graduated 1991 with a BSc, in Biology. DMD from Tufts School oF Dental medicine , Boston Mass 1995. Member of VOISSC Surgical Study Club 2000-2006, Completed Vancouver MaxiCourse 2015. Level I Associate Fellow AAID, Faculty Of Hiossen Implant Co Canada, Clinical advisor for Navigate Surgical Technologies.

Predictable Crestal Approach Sinus Grafting. Less Invasive with Minimal Complications Jim Yeganegi, BSc., DMD

Speaker Host: Dr. Joanne Pouchet

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Limited residual bone height beneath the sinus floor can now be approached through crestal osteotomy preparation using innovative kit which safely enables penetration of the sinus floor, separation of the membrane to allow for introduction of graft and /or implant of longer more ideal size. Co-sponsored by Hiossen Implant Canada Inc.

VCC West - Room 208/209

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Ward Noble graduated from the University of California, San Francisco and then completed a prosthodontic residency program at the University of Michigan. After being in private practice and teaching at UCSF for 35 years, he is now a Professor at the University of Pacific School of Dentistry in San Francisco, where he has received Excellence in Teaching Awards from both the faculty and students.

Erosive Tooth Wear: Diagnosis, Control, Management and Restorative Treatment Ward Noble, DSS, MS MSEduc

Speaker Host: Dr. Navreet Khinda

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Restorative/Operative Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC A.2

C.1

D.6

Erosive tooth wear is primarily and acid disease involving attrition (bruxism) and abrasion (brushing) and abfraction. The effects from these various factors can be minimized by controlling the oral environment, protecting the tooth surfaces from acid challenges and minimizing the damage. Co-sponsored by Crest Oral-B Inc.

CSI: Compliance, Safety and Inspections: How to Survive a WorkSafe BC Inspection!

Blake Clemes - Health & Safety legislation in dentistry lectures since 2012. DDS from UWO 1983, hospital residency London, Ont.1984, private general practice since then. ODA & CDA member 1984 to present. Currently ODA General Council Vice-Chair, ODA president 2004. Awards: ODA Barnabus Day 2016, ODA Service 2005, UWO Dentistry Alumnus of Distinction 2004, Fellowships: PFA, ADI, ICD, ACD.

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Monica Watson

Blake Clemes, BA, DDS VCC West - Room 301

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Safety/Infection Control, Practice Management CE Approval

CDSBC NC

ADA&C

Survey

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Y

CDHBC N/A

This course covers the legal requirements of WorkSafe BC as it applies to the dental office. Includes: WorkSafe BC inspections, the new WHMIS, Health and Safety Committee Reps, Violence and Harassment prevention, Musculoskeletal Disorders, other relevant regulations, i.e. eyewash stations, N2O.

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


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 5

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

Afternoon Presentations Barry Schwartz was in general practice for 25 years and then taught applied ethics, interpersonal communications and professionalism for 16 years at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry, Western University at London Ontario. He has conducted research, published numerous papers and has spoken at many conferences nationally and internationally on the subject of dental ethics.

Applied Ethics in Dental Practice Barry Schwartz, DDS, MHSc (bioethics), cert ADR, FPFA, FACD

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 221/222

Speaker Host: Dr. William Cliffe

CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

This session will present a decision-making model to help integrate the CDSBC Codes of Ethics. With careful ethical analysis of the factors that may impact on the profession, dentists should be better prepared to deal with a wider variety of professionally challenging issues.

CDHBC N/A

Thomas Viola is a board-certified pharmacist who also serves the professions of dentistry as a clinical educator, professional speaker and published author. Tom is a member of the faculty of 16 dental professional degree programs and has presented hundreds of continuing education courses to dental professionals, nationally and internationally, in the areas of oral pharmacology and local anesthesia.

I Haven’t Got Time For This Pain! Pain Management for the Entire Dental Team Thomas Viola, RPh, CCP

Speaker Host: Dr. Richard Kofsky

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 211

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Pharmacology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC D.1

D.5

Being All That We Can Be: Changing Perspective to Change Reality Kirk Behrendt, BS in Communications

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B/C Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approval

CDSBC NE

ADA&C NE

CDHBC N/A

How to Report Problems with Dental Equipment & Buy Licensed Dental Products Ken Seto

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 215/216

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Health CE Approval

CDSBC NC

ADA&C

Y

Attendees of this program will explore the pharmacology and therapeutics of local anesthetic agents and opioid and non-opioid analgesics. Special emphasis will be given to effective perioperative pain management as well as best practices for prescribing analgesics for postoperative pain control.

Kirk Behrendt is the CEO of ACT Dental, a customized coaching company for dentists. He has invested his entire professional life studying the top dental practices in the world and the leadership that guides them. His vision is driven by the commitment to provide highly personalized care to the dental profession. He loves pending time with his wife, Sarah, and children Kinzie, Lily, Zoe and Bo. Speaker Host: Dr. Clive Jones

See how some of the best dental practices are tapping unused resources to deepen their connections with patients, increase their personal passion, optimize their performance, increase their production and boost their profitability. Ken Seto works as Inspector for Health Canada. Speaker Host: Dr. Kyle Nawrot

Join us to learn more about Health Canada’s role in regulating products for the dental industry, reporting problems with dental equipment, device-licensing, custom-made devices, our Special Access Program, adulterated and counterfeit products, buying on-line and more. Presented by Health Canada

CDHBC N/A

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Thursday Open Sessions

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Ethics


MY TIME IS VALUABLE, SO IS MY BCDA

MEMBERSHIP...

Dental Staff Salary Report helps me establish appropriate staff compensation Legally vetted practice management resources help me meet legal and regulatory practice requirements beyond the College BCDA’s Suggested Fee Guide helps me with my billing CDAnet and ITRANS electronic claim submission saves me time and money X-ray inspection program saves me hundreds of dollars and keeps my patients and staff safe Timely and accurate member-only notifications keep me informed on issues facing my profession FREE networking events to help me connect with my peers

Contact BCDA at 604-736-7202, 1-888-396-9888 Web: bcdental.org E: member@bcdental.org

By Dentists. For Dentists. members.bcdental.org

Range of online document templates and office policies save me from reinventing information Personalized, comparative production report helps me see how my practice compares to others in BC* One-on-one support through BCDA Member Services helps me avoid and manage problems I encounter in my practice FREE in-person and online courses help keep my skills current and relevant FREE member access to the Pacific Dental Conference with Early Bird registration Dentist Wellness Program (DWP) gives me access to clinical counselling when I need it Official advocacy supporting the important issues that affect my practice as a BC dentist

*for Economic Survey participants


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 5

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

Afternoon Presentations 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 soughtafter speaker at UBC Dental School and dental meetings across BC.

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Alan McConchie is an experienced litigator with a focus on defamation, reputation management and cyber libel. Alan is regularly sought out for his considerable experience in internet defamation, and often advises and assists clients with removing content posted online. Alan was called to the Bar of British Columbia in 2003.

Cheryl Landrigan, APR Alan McConchie, LLB VCC West - Room 306

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Dealing with negative social media posts is very distressing, the wrong reaction can make things worse. Session provides insights and strategies to manage your professional reputation and to prevent, mitigate and manage negative online posts from both a communications and defamation law perspective. Presented by British Columbia Dental Association Judy Kay Mausolf is a speaker, author and dental culture specialist with expertise in helping others get happier and more successful! She coaches teams how to grow their practices by becoming better leaders, working together better and delivering service with more focus and passion. She is Past President of NSA (Minnesota Chapter), Director of Sponsoring Partners for SCN, member of NSA & ADMC.

Delivering W.O.W. Service: People Will Forget Everything Except How You Made Them Feel Judy Kay Mausolf

Speaker Host: Zoe Leung

Thursday, 2:00pm–4:30pm

Learn how to strengthen communication skills, your practice brand, and service standards. Understand the patient decision making processes and how to create lasting impressions and exceptional experiences and inspire your entire team to deliver W.O.W. service with more passion and focus!

VCC East - Ballroom A

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication CE Approval

CDSBC PM

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC B.2

Phil Tippetts-Aylmer is a graduate of the University of Abertay, in Dundee, Scotland, bringing with him extensive education, training and experience in business and commerce. He has worked in the Canadian financial services industry for over 22 years, 19 years have been with Nicola Wealth.

Financial Independence for Dental Professionals: Investing Like a Billionaire Phil Tippetts-Aylmer, CFP, CIM

Speaker Host: Joan Laycock-Kovacik

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

In this presentation, Phil Tippetts-Aylmer will identify the opportunities dental professionals have when creating a financial plan and strategies to creating a truly diversified portfolio. Wherever you stand in your career, you will not want to miss this session.

VCC West - Room 302/303

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Finance/Practice Transition CE Approval

CDSBC NE

ADA&C NE

CDHBC N/A

Presented by Nicola Wealth Management

Liz Pearson is a Registered Dietitian with a passion for peanut butter sandwiches and an undying love for chocolate. She’s an award-winning, national bestselling author of four books, including “Broccoli, Love & Dark Chocolate.” Liz presents regularly across North America. She was the “Ask the Expert” nutrition columnist for Chatelaine magazine and appears regularly on radio and television.

Eating for Ultimate Dental Health & A Healthy Weight Management Liz Pearson, Registered Dietitian

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Brenda Siegrist

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

Part one – covers the impact of food choice on dental caries, dental erosion, and periodontal disease, including the harm caused by sugary drinks, endless snacking, and processed foods. Part two – covers the science of healthy weight management, including intermittent fasting and low-carb diets.

Learning Pattern: Personal Development General Medicine, Health CE Approval

CDSBC NC

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC A.2

Uncorking the wines Of

Italy

Thursday Evening – tickets available at the registration desk

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Thursday Open Sessions

Avoiding and Managing the Pain of Getting ‘Yelped’


Inside the Exhibit Hall Today

Friday, March 6

Live Dentistry Stage

Friday Demonstrations take place on the west side of the Exhibit Hall.

9:00am–10:30am

Friday Live Dentistry Stage

3D Digital-Driven Implant Surgery and Prosthetics Mark Kwon, DMD, FICOI Bernard Jin, DMD

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approval CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

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 is co-chair/senior faculty of BITES Institute. His private practice is limited to implant therapy and dental surgical procedures. Dr. Jin has lectured and taught both nationally and internationally on many implant-related topics. For almost two decades, Dr. Jin has served as mentor to many like-minded dentists through study clubs and hands-on workshops.

The precision and accuracy of implant surgery can be enhanced with advances using 3-dimensional digital optical tracking systems. The live patient demonstration will illustrate the use of the dynamic surgical guided system to enhance accuracy, reliability and safety.

11:00am–12:30pm

Treatment of the Dreaded Black Triangle with the Bioclear Method David Clark, DDS Matt Irvine, DMD, BSc

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Endodontics CE Approval CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

David Clark founded the Academy of Microscope Enhanced Dentistry and is a board member and lecturer for CRA. He lectures internationally and authored the first guide to enamel and dentinal cracks at 16x magnification, also minimally invasive dentistry, biomimetic endodontic shaping, and is an opinion leader in restorative dentistry and endodontics. He developed Bioclear Matrix System. Matt Irvine is a full time general dentist and innovator who works to find new ways to utilize modern direct restorative technologies to better serve his patient community. He practices in Penticton BC and is an associate faculty member at the Bioclear Learning Center in Tacoma Washington.

The combination of pre-formed mylar matrices and heated, injection molded composite resin allows for very predictable and conservative restoration of excessive gingival embrasures. Drs. Clark and Irvine will demonstrate the closure of such a “black triangle” embrasure on a live patient from surface preparation to final polish. The increasing prevalence of adult orthodontics and aesthetic awareness make this system a useful addition to the tool kit, as these area may be corrected predictably, conservatively and for long term stability. Co-sponsored by – 3M Oral Care, Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services, Bioclear and Global Microscopes

2:00pm–3:30pm

How to: Digital Smile Design and Digital Impressions – For Natural Teeth and Implants

Jonathan Ng, DDS, MSc, Dip Pros., FRCD(C) Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Digital Dentistry, Fixed Prosthodontics CE Approval CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

Sponsored by

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CDHBC N/A

Jonathan Ng obtained his dental degree from the University of Alberta and his Prosthodontic specialty at UBC. His private practice specializes in complex prosthodontic care, implant surgery and implant prosthetics. He is an Associate Clinical Instructor at the UBC, and a Staff Prosthodontist at the BC Cancer Agency. He works closely with technology having written a thesis and numerous articles on digital dentistry.

Digital impressions are a powerful tool that is often misunderstood. The focus of this session will be a complete look at treatment planning to final delivery using digital smile design and the simple tools to intraoral scanning technique. The how-to of natural teeth scanning as well as implant impression taking. The evidence is clear that digital impressions is more accurate and provides the clinician and our patients with a far better understanding of their treatment, converting consults to case acceptance. Note: Demonstration times may be subject to change, please see the PDC App or Conference at a Glance for the most current scheduling.


Open Sessions

Friday, March 6

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

All Day Presentations

Robert Hicks Memorial Lecture

Friday, March 6

John Kois received his DMD from the University of Pennsylvania and MSD in Periodontal Prosthodontics from the University of Washington. He works with restorative dentists at the Kois Center, maintains a private practice limited to Prosthodontics, and is an affiliate Professor at the University of Washington. He is past president of both the AARD and AAED and is also the co-Editor of the Compendium.

Functional Occlusion John Kois, DMD, MSD

Friday, 9:00am–11:30am continues 2:00pm - 4:30pm VCC West - Ballroom B

Speaker Host: Dr. Caroline Cesar

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Occlusion/TMD CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Creating Endodontic Excellence Cliff Ruddle, DDS

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am continues 1:30pm–4:00pm Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

Understanding the role occlusion plays is important for the long-term success of our restorative dentistry. Our knowledge of occlusion has been based on gnathologic principles. These concepts are the basis of a mechanical system with focus on posterior determinants and mutual protection. If it is that simple, why can’t we predict when or why occlusal pathology develops or why can’t we always create a therapeutic occlusion? This program will focus on biologic principles necessary for developing a functional occlusion. New paradigms will be presented to provide management of occlusal problems.

Clifford J. Ruddle received his dental degree from University of the Pacific, School of Dentistry, San Francisco, California, and completed his postgraduate work in endodontics at Harvard School of Dental Medicine, Boston, MA. Dr. Ruddle provides superb endodontic education through his lectures, clinical articles, training manuals, and DVDs. Speaker Host: Dr. Richard Kofsky

VCC West - Room 212/213/214

CE Approval

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.

CDHBC N/A

Predictably successful endodontics is dependent on shaping, 3D cleaning, and filling root canal systems. Evidence-driven techniques will focus on factors that influence success, including endodontic anatomy, pulpal breakdown, access cavities, glide path management, shaping canals, and 3D disinfection. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

Prosthodontic Tooth Replacement Options

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

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

Speaker Host: Dr. William Cliffe

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

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

Mark Lin runs a full-time specialty practice as a prosthodontist, and within this private practice he provides mentoring for dentists for live-patient procedures. He is a Fellow and Diplomate with multiple organizations, including the ICOI and AAID. Over the past 20 years, Dr. Lin has given more than 300 lectures all over the world about Implant Dentistry and implant complications.

CDHBC N/A

Once the natural tooth has been extracted, a chain event of physiologic consequences will initiate that will compromise our patients’ quality of life. We will breakdown the various indications, contraindications, scientific documentation and future prognosis to these various prosthodontic treatments.

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 6

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

Repeated Morning Presentations 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.

Pet Peeves in the Dental Office

Tija Hunter, CDA, EFDA, CDIA, CDSO, MADAA

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

Speaker Host: Cindy Wong

Friday Open Sessions

Repeated on Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am

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!

VCC East - Room 11/12

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Assisting CE Approval

CDSBC NC

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC B.2

Implant Complications and Failures

Lyndon Cooper is the Associate Dean for Research and Head of the Department of Oral Biology at University of Illinois School of Dentistry, Chicago. He previously served as Stallings Distinguished Professor of Dentistry, Chair and Director of Graduate Prosthodontics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dr. Bobby Birdi

Lyndon Cooper, DDS, PhD, FACP VCC West - Room 202/203/204

Problems with implants are generally avoidable. Planning of implant placement can assure high success with limited complications. When complications occur, the root cause must be addressed. This presentation will review causes and practical solutions for implant complications and failures.

Repeated on Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 306

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona CDHBC N/A

Bond and Conquer: Techniques and Materials for More Predictable and Better Dentistry

Gary Alex has researched and lectured internationally on adhesive and cosmetic dentistry, dental materials, comprehensive dentistry, and occlusion. He is a consultant for numerous dental manufacturers and member of the IADR. He has written and had published numerous scientific articles and papers and regularly conducts and participates in scientific studies on materials and adhesives.

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dr. Peter Liem

Gary Alex, BS, DMD

This fast-paced program will share with you very specific techniques and guidelines based on the latest research, materials, and adhesives that will make placing direct and in-direct restorations more predictable and profitable. Bases and liners, pulp capping, adhesives, and more will be discussed.

Pacific Rim - Emerald Ballroom ABC

Repeated on Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Pacific Rim - Emerald Ballroom ABC

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Materials/Techniques CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

Co-sponsored by Bisco Dental Products Canada Inc. Co-sponsored by 3M Oral Care

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

NE

Not Eligible

Legend for ADA&C Y Yes NE Not Eligible

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 F Professional Issues

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 6

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

Repeated Morning Presentations Oral Cancer Screening, Triage and Referral Pathways

BC Oral Cancer Prevention Program

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

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Y

ADA&C

CDHBC N/A

Pediatric Oral Radiology – Common Radiographic Lesions in Children and Adolescents Juan Yepes, DDS, MD, MPH, MS, DrPH

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

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

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Pediatric Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

There is a need for a well-defined triage pathway to facilitate oral cancer screening and a methodical and consistent approach to opportunistic screening and documentation in the dental office. Join us for a panel discussion. Presented by BC Oral Cancer Prevention Program

Juan Yepes is an associate professor in the Department of Pediatric Dentistry at Indiana University and an attending at Riley Children Hospital in Indianapolis. Juan completed a MPH, DrPH (both in epidemiology), MS and certificate in pediatric dentistry at the University of Kentucky, an oral medicine certificate at the University of Pennsylvania and a fellowship in radiology at the University of Iowa. Speaker Host: Dr. Michelle Huang

This presentation will cover the most common radiographic diagnosis in children and adolescents. The first block of the conference will review the basic of differential interpretation with practical application. Other topics included in the lecture are radiation safety and the use of cone beam CT in pediatric dentistry. Case-presentation will be the frame that guide the presentation.

CDHBC C.3

Infection Control: Does Your Practice Need a Revised Treatment Plan?

Wendy Somerville has provided Infection Control consultation for 17 years in inpatient and outpatient medical settings as well as for dentistry and medical device reprocessing. Since 2009, she has coordinated the Infection Control Program for the McGill University Faculty of Dentistry, and has recently participated in drafting updated Guidelines for the Order of Dentists of Québec.

Friday, 9:00am–11:30am

Speaker Host: Trafaun Tang

Wendy Somerville, MSc VCC East - Ballroom C

Repeated on Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC East - Room 11/12

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Safety/Infection Control CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

This talk explores the rationale behind recent changes in Infection Control guidelines and provides solutions that will aid in determining how your practice may need to adapt in order to ensure the provision of dental care that satisfies regulatory requirements and addresses patient safety concerns.

CDHBC A.1

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Friday Open Sessions

Repeated on Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

The British Columbia Oral Cancer Prevention Program (BCOCPP) is a multidisciplinary team focused on a common vision of the prevention of oral cancer. For more than 20 years, the BC OCPP has been committed to reducing the incidence of oral cancer through the development of new techniques for early detection, lesion risk assessment, and disease management.


Open Sessions

Friday, March 6

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

Repeated Morning Presentations Treating Back & Neck Pain in Modern Dentistry – A Survival Guide for Your Career

Timothy J. Caruso is a practicing Physical Therapist for over 30 years and has worked extensively with the dental professionals in the areas of ergonomics, injury prevention, productivity, exercise and wellness. He is president and co-founder of the Kids Equipment Network providing over 2000 special needs children adaptive equipment at no cost. He is a member of the ADA Dental Wellness Advisory committe.

Friday, 9:00am–11:30am

Speaker Host: Dr. Diana Liu

Friday Open Sessions

Timothy J. Caruso, PT, MBA, MS, Cert. MDT, CEAS VCC East - Ballroom A

Repeated on Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC West - Room 211

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Ergonomics CE Approval

CDSBC NC

ADA&C

Y

Is your career hazardous to your health, perhaps killing you slowly? Dentistry has come a long way in the last 150 years. The patients are pain free but how about the dental staff? Are you someone who has a nagging pain in your neck or your back that no longer goes away? Come and give this a listen!

CDHBC D.3

Communication Solutions: Attitudes, Breakdowns & Conflict Resolutions

Judy Kay Mausolf is a speaker, author and dental culture specialist with expertise in helping others get happier and more successful! She coaches teams how to grow their practices by becoming better leaders, working together better and delivering service with more focus and passion. She is Past President of NSA (Minnesota Chapter), Director of Sponsoring Partners for SCN, member of NSA & ADMC.

Friday, 9:00am–11:30am

Speaker Host: Catherine Corbeil

Judy Kay Mausolf

VCC West - Ballroom A

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

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication CE Approval

CDSBC PM

ADA&C

Y

Communication is responsible for many things, and improving your communication techniques can result in a high-performing team and patient relationships. Judy Kay will teach you how to elevate communication, inspire open communication, prevent breakdowns, resolve conflict, and build trust and respect!

CDHBC B.2

The Oral/Systemic Connection: Linking Perio Health to Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention

Amy L. Doneen is an Adjunct Professor at Texas Tech Health Science Center, Lubbock, Texas, Clinical Associate Professor WSU College of Medicine; Assistant Professor University of Kentucky College of Dentistry and runs the Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention Center in Spokane, WA. She is one of the nation’s leading specialists in preventing heart attacks, stroke and diabetes.

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Diana Scott

Amy Doneen, DNP

Attendees will be informed about the wisdom of utilizing technology to detect asymptomatic CV disease (CVD). This course will provide education regarding inflammation as the cause of CVD. A special focus will be directed toward oral health as a cause of arterial disease.

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B/C

Repeated on Friday, 2:00pm–4:30pm VCC East - Ballroom C

Learning Pattern: Personal Development General Medicine, Health CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC D.1 E.2

Larry Williams served for 30 years in the United States Navy Dental Corps where he addressed such issues as tobacco cessation, tobacco policies, and training for the Department of Defense, Veterans Affairs, and other National health issues. He is currently an Associate Professor at the Midwestern University College of Dental Medicine-Illinois. Dr. Williams is also certified in the ABGD.

How Much Do You Know About Vaping & Tobacco? Larry Williams, DDS, MPH

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Kristin Nickells

VCC West - Room 211

Repeated from Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B/C Learning Pattern: Personal Development Health CE Approval

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CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC D.1

E.2

Based on current information from both Canadian and U.S. resources, vaping has been linked to severe lung illnesses and some deaths. This lecture will address these issues and inform about vaping and its possible outcomes, and discuss the dental team’s role in addressing this issue.


Open Sessions

Friday, March 6

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

Morning Presentations Terry Donovan received his DDS from the University of Alberta in 1967, and practiced full time in Regina, Saskatchewan for 13 years. He was Professor and Director of the Advanced Education in Prosthodontics Program at USC from 1988 – 2006. He is currently Professor and Section Head of Biomaterials in the Department of Operative Dentistry at the University of North Carolina, School of Dentistry at Chapel Hill.

Current Controversies in Restorative Dentistry Terry Donovan, DDS

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dr. Anton Luu

VCC West - Room 301

CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

CDHBC C.5

Y

D.6

This presentation will discuss a number of controversial topics in restorative dentistry. Topics include - metal vs flexible posts; materials for direct pulp capping; use of sodium diamine fluoride; oral consequences of vaping; bonding to zirconia; contemporary dental cements; and restoration of NNCLs.

Excellence in Patient Care: From Whitening to Aesthetic Dental Procedures

Shannon Pace Brinker is a National and International Speaker and published author. She was the first auxiliary to sit on the AACD Board of Directors and awarded the AACD Rising Star Award. Shannon was selected Dentistry Today’s Top 100 Clinicians, Dental Products Report 25 most influential women in dentistry and Dr. Bicuspid’s dental assisting educator of the year.

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Amanda Currie

Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA VCC East - Room 11/12

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Dental Assisting CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC B.2

F.1

Friday Open Sessions

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

As we connect with patients and understand their desires, it allows them to become more open and honest with their expectations. Increasing case acceptance is easy when we know what to ask and say. This course takes the dental team through proper records gathering, treatment planning and case acceptance, and how to include whitening and aesthetic dental treatment. Co-sponsored by SDI (North America) Inc.

Team Training for Botulinum Toxin

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.

Friday, 8:30am–11:30am

Warren Roberts is an anatomy-based botulinum toxin and facial aesthetics educator. Featured as a top CE leader by Dentistry Today, Dr. Roberts’ goal is to provide an unprecedented depth of clinical teaching. Dr. Roberts believes you need not only a deep understanding of anatomy, but also a deep understanding of specific practices and injection techniques that make the patient experience remarkable.

Jan Roberts, BSc, DMD Warren Roberts, DMD VCC East - Room 2/3

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Treatment Planning CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Speaker Host: Dr. Guessy Wang

Learn how botulinum toxin is used both therapeutically and cosmetically in a dental office to improve patient care. This course provides non-injector related team members (ie: CDA, reception) the foundations for integrating botulinum toxin TX and how to confidently speak to patients about treatment. Co-sponsored by Pacific Training Institute for Facial Aesthetics

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

Friday Evening – tickets available at the registration desk

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 6

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

Morning Presentations The Silent Killer: Understand & Address the Missing Link the Perio Therapy Program

Jo-Anne Jones is a successful entrepreneur and international, award winning speaker, who brings life, energy and inspiration to all her presentations. Jo-Anne joins DPR’s Top 25 Women in Dentistry and the 2020 Dentistry Today CE Leaders for the 10th consecutive year. A focus on knowledge translation direct to practice has earned Jo-Anne many loyal followers nationally and internationally.

Friday, 9:00am–11:30am

Speaker Host: Marilynne Fine

Friday Open Sessions

Jo-Anne Jones

VCC East - Ballroom B Learning Pattern: CE Approval

Clinical Excellence Dental Assisting, Dental Hygiene, Materials/Techniques, Periodontics, Communication, Health

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC D.2

Management and Prevention of Gingival Recession George K. Merijohn, DDS

Friday, 8:30am–11:30am

VCC West - Room 217/218/219 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Implants, Periodontics, Prevention/Diagnosis CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC D.2

Are you treating periodontal disease as a bacterial infection only and ignoring the inflammatory aspect? Ensure your practice is following the current JADA guidelines for treating chronic periodontitis and discover the missing ‘link’ in your periodontal program taking your practice to the next level. Co-sponsored by Oral Science

San Francisco periodontist George K. Merijohn practiced 28 years and is an Assoc. Clinical Professor in postdoctoral periodontics at UC San Francisco and the University of Washington. He authors articles on gingival recession and the evidence-based approach; publishes; consults; lectures internationally; and leads workshops in, Gingival Grafting, Periodontal Instrument Sharpening and Shaping and Functional Movement-Practical Ergonomics. Speaker Host: Lynette Cramen

Is gingival recession exposing your restorative margins and root surfaces in the aesthetic zone? Are you seeing it with tooth movement? Discover how to avoid recession in the first place and once it’s treated how to keep it from coming back. Learn the 5 key susceptibility factors and control recession now.

This presentation is STRONGLY recommended in advance of both the Friday afternooon presentation on Mandibular Anterior Lingual Gingival Grafting on Page 80 and the Saturday morning Hands-OnWorkshop KIWImethod Minimally Invasive Gingival Grafting on Page 45.

Preserving What Matters: A Restoratively Driven Path to Endodontic Success George Bruder, BS, DMD

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dr. Monica-Hortensia Monty

VCC West - Room 110

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

George Bruder was the founding Chair of the Department of Endodontics and Director of the Advanced Specialty Education Program in Endodontics at Stony Brook University School of Dental Medicine from 2006–2015. In 2012, Dr. Bruder was awarded the prestigious Edward M. Osetek Educator Award from the American Association of Endodontists and is also a Diplomate of the American Board of Endodontics.

CDHBC N/A

This course focuses on the extension of the tooth life cycle. Dentists will learn how to efficiently complete endodontic therapy and immediately preserve long-term success of the tooth via current endodontic and restorative trends and techniques. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

Synergy between Technology & Minimally Invasive Dentistry – Bigger is not always Better

Glenn van As graduated from UBC in 1987. He is in private practice in North Vancouver, and has lectured over 800 times in 30 countries. He has a mastership in Lasers from the ALD, and was recognized with the Leon Goldman award for clinical excellence in lasers in 2006. He has been voted a CE leader for Dentistry Today from 2011-2020.

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dr. Kary Taylor

Glenn van As, BSc., DMD

VCC West - Room 208/209

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Laser Dentistry CE Approval

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CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

This lecture will focus on how in todays world where people are routinely living into their 90s and beyond that emphasis on conservative, minimally invasive dentistry is vital. Techniques, tips and technologies today allow us to be able to offer excellent treatment outcomes where less is more.


Open Sessions

Friday, March 6

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

Morning Presentations The New Generation of Aligner Therapy: On an Advanced Digital Orthodontic Platform

Melisa Rathburn received her DDS from Marquette University and her advanced training in orthodontics at Emory University. She practices with her husband and son as part of Atlanta Orthodontic Specialists. Their practice has employed SureSmile 3D diagnostics, treatment planning and orthodontic treatment since 2004. Dr. Rathburn has lectured worldwide on the SureSmile 3D orthodontic platform.

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Trisha Bhamra

Melisa Rathburn, DDS

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Orthodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Y

ADA&C

CDHBC N/A

There is a New Generation of Aligner Therapy that is driven by the most powerful orthodontic digital platform available. This platform provides clinically superior treatment planning software to deliver a complete, clinician controlled, clear aligner treatment solution for the doctor and patient. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

Implementing EBD and Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPG) to Clinical Practice

Ben Balevi is a full time solo-private practitioner who received a degree in engineering and a graduate degree in Evidence-Based Healthcare from Oxford. He has presented internationally and the author of several peer-reviewed publications and textbook chapters. Ben is the recipient of the Evidence-Based Dentistry–Practice Award granted by the American Dental Association (ADA) and the IADR.

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dr. James Jensen

Ben Balevi, B.Eng, DDS, DipEBHC(Oxford), MSc. VCC West - Room 220 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Critical Issues CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Y

ADA&C

CDHBC F.1

The Basics of Recordkeeping

Barry Schwartz, DDS, MHSc (bioethics), cert ADR, FPFA, FACD

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

A systematic review (SR) and meta-analysis is the gathering, critical appraisal and synthesis of the best scientific evidence to a specific clinical situation, and, are the cornerstone to good CPG. Current dentally relevant SR and CPG are reviewed with the aim of achieving better patient outcomes.

Barry Schwartz was in general practice for 25 years and then taught applied ethics, interpersonal communications and professionalism for 16 years at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry, Western University at London Ontario. He has conducted research, published numerous papers and has spoken at many conferences nationally and internationally on the subject of dental ethics.

VCC West - Room 121/122

Speaker Host: Dr. Harry Dhanju

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Ethics

Professional, ethical and legal responsibilities dictate that a complete chart and record be maintained. Dentist’s recordkeeping can potentially impact on the well-being of their patients, and their continuity of their care as well as being a valuable risk management tool for protecting the dentist.

CE Approval

CDSBC CL

Y

ADA&C

CDHBC F.1

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, 8:30am–11:00am

This engaging session explains what cultural safety and humility means, and why it matters so much for First Nations peoples. Also highlights the new Health Benefits transformation from FNHA and provides you with practical ways to foster a culturally safe environment within your expanding practice.

First Nations Health Authority VCC West - Room 202/203/204

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Communication CE Approval

CDSBC NC

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC B.1

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Friday Open Sessions

VCC West - Room 215/216


Friday, March 6

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

Friday Open Sessions

Safe & Effective Antibiotic & Opioid Prescribing Dentists are part of a larger community of prescribers, all having shared responsibilities when providing antibiotics and opioids for patients.

Morning Presentations Safe and Effective Antibiotic and Opioid Prescribing David Patrick, MD, FRCPC, MHSc Clifford Pau, DMD, MSc, BSc

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

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Pharmacology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Professor David Patrick is an Infectious Disease Physician and Epidemiologist, Interim Executive Lead for the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control and Professor of Population and Public Health at UBC. His current focus is on tracking and controlling antimicrobial resistance and on the relationship between antibiotic use and atopic disease at population level.

Learn about preventive and therapeutic regimes for treating bacterial infections and pain and the role dentists must play in reducing risk to the public.

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. Presented by College of Dental Surgeons of BC

Speakers: David Patrick, MD BC Centre for Disease Control Clifford Pau, DMD UBC Dentistry

Friday, March 6 at 8:30 am

Visit CDSBC at Booth 945

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Official conference of the:

PDC Lab Expo

Saturday, March 7

VCC West – Ballroom A/B Exhibits 8:00am – 3:00pm Lunch 11:00am – 12:30pm


Open Sessions

Friday, March 6

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

Morning Presentations Healthy Teams Helping Patients Make Healthy Choices Mary Osborne, RDH

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Michelle Kertesz

VCC East - Room 8/15 CDSBC PM

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC B.2

You can learn skills to help your patients make healthy choices. This seminar will help you: Develop strong team relationships that lead to results Help your patients work through barriers to ideal dental health. Develop powerful communication centered on patients not insurance.

The MNP 2020 Tax Update

Mike Anderson is a Partner with MNP’s Assurance & Private Enterprise Services group in Surrey, BC. He has extensive experience working with owner-managed and familyowned 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.

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

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 the purchase and sale of a business, SR&ED, GST/HST and income tax. He has provided thorough leadership in the area of tax to many professionals across Canada.

Mike Anderson, CPA, CA Marty Clement, CPA, CA Kerry Smith, CPA, CA

VCC West - Room 302/303

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Finance/Practice Transition CE Approval

CDSBC NE

ADA&C NE

CDHBC N/A

Kerry Smith is a Partner within MNP’s Professional Services team in the Vancouver, B.C. office. With a strong focus on incorporated professionals, Kerry provides efficient and effective accounting, taxation and consulting services. He takes pride in looking beyond tax returns and financial statements to help clients achieve their personal and business goals.

Discussion of tax strategies in the context of recent changes including strategies for your personal and corporate affairs. To provide information for the purchase and sale of a practice. Lastly, the session will also cover changing provincial and federal income tax rates and GST/HST issues. Co-sponsored by MNP LLP

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.

Planning to Transition – The Five To Ten Year Plan Calvin Carpenter, CPA, CA Henry Doyle Brian E. Rudy, BSc., JD.

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

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Finance/Practice Transition CE Approval

CDSBC NE

ADA&C NE

CDHBC N/A

Henry Doyle is a graduate of the University of Alberta and licensed broker with over 15 years experience in healthcare finance with Citibank. As owner of Heaps & Doyle: Al Heaps & Associates Inc.(AHA), Hill Kindy(HK), Practice Solutions Canada(PSC), Associates on Demand(AOD), HD Dental Coaching(HDC) and Dental Practice Consolidators(DPC), Henry brings a wealth of knowledge to Dental professionals. 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.

Discussion of tax strategies in the context of recent changes including strategies for your personal and corporate affairs. To provide information for the purchase and sale of a practice. Lastly, the session will also cover changing provincial and federal income tax rates and GST/HST issues. Sponsored by Al Heaps & Associates Inc.

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Friday Open Sessions

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication CE Approval

Mary Osborne has worked in dentistry for over forty years as a clinical hygienist and patient facilitator. She brings to her work enthusiasm, intelligence and a unique ability to help others communicate effectively. Mary is known internationally as a writer and popular speaker at major dental meetings who inspires participants to deliver the best of what dentistry has to offer.


Open Sessions

Friday, March 6

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

Repeated Afternoon Presentations Street Drug Awareness for Dental Professionals

Derek Salisbury is a career firefighter/paramedic for the past 18 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.

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Jacqueline Guyader

Repeated from Thursday, 2:00pm–4:30pm

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

Derek Salisbury, firefighter/paramedic/HAZMAT tech

Friday Open Sessions

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B/C VCC West - Ballroom B

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Emergency Medicine, Health CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC B.2

D.1

Changing Expectations: Healthy Smiles and Mouths are Possible for 100+ Years! Dana Colson, DDS

VCC West - Room 110

Repeated on Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC West - Room 110

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Geriatric Dentistry, Materials/Techniques CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Dr. Stephen Yoon

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

Repeated from Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 205/206/207

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Surgery, Radiology ADA&C

Y

Sponsored by Oral Science

Nekky Jamal is a full time clinician in Lloydminster, Alberta and a proud graduate of the University of Saskatchewan. His referral based practice is limited to providing sedation dentistry and third molar extractions. After joining the BITES Institute, he has lectured nationally about Platelet Rich Fibrin and furthering the oral surgical skills for general dentists.

Nekky Jamal, BSc., DMD

CDSBC CL

Open unique options and business opportunities to help your patients keep their teeth for 100+ years! Often in the later years, challenges can occur in one’s cognitive and physical well-being. We can help preserve our dental work by utilizing the principles of minimally invasive dentistry.

CDHBC D.6

Complex Surgical Extractions Made Simple

CE Approval

Dana Colson practices wellness-based dentistry in midtown Toronto. She graduated from the University of Toronto in 1977. Accredited with the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology, AIOMT, and is a Mentor at the Kois Curriculum, she has authored “Your Mouth: The Gateway to a Healthier You”. Dr. Colson has authored the book “Your Mouth: The Gateway to a Healthier You”. Speaker Host: Dr. Marija Todorovic

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

CE Approval

D.4

This session will highlight tips and tricks to apply to surgical extractions to simplify the entire procedure. Main focus will be on atraumatic extractions prior to immediate implant therapy (anterior and molars) and on impacted wisdom tooth extractions.

CDHBC N/A

Pediatric Oral Pathology – Most Common Oral Lesions in Children and Adolescents

Juan Yepes is an associate professor in the Department of Pediatric Dentistry at Indiana University and an attending at Riley Children Hospital in Indianapolis. Juan completed a MPH, DrPH (both in epidemiology), MS and certificate in pediatric dentistry at the University of Kentucky, an oral medicine certificate at the University of Pennsylvania and a fellowship in radiology at the University of Iowa.

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Dr. Michelle Huang

Juan Yepes, DDS, MD, MPH, MS, DrPH VCC West - Room 109

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

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology, Pediatric Dentistry CE Approval

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CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC C.4

This presentation will cover the most common soft tissue lesions in children and adolescents. Special emphasis will be placed in the process of building the differential diagnosis.


Open Sessions

Friday, March 6

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

Repeated Afternoon Presentations Team Approach to Documentation – The Gold Standard for Malpractice Defense

Mitchell Gardiner graduated from New Jersey Dental School in 1977. He has been in private practice since leaving the Navy Dental Corps in 1980. He has over 25 years experience as an expert witness in dental malpractice and presents programs to dentists throughout the United States and Canada. He is an Asst. Prof. of Restorative Dentistry at Rutgers. He has earned Fellowship in the AGD, ACD and ICD.

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Dr. Vern Beckie

Mitchell Gardiner, BA, DMD

Repeated on Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC West - Room 118

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approval

CDSBC PM

Y

ADA&C

CDHBC F.1

Larry Williams served for 30 years in the United States Navy Dental Corps where he addressed such issues as tobacco cessation, tobacco policies, and training for the Department of Defense, Veterans Affairs, and other National health issues. He is currently an Associate Professor at the Midwestern University College of Dental Medicine-Illinois. Dr. Williams is also certified in the ABGD.

Cannabis, CBD, Vaping, and Oral Health – Are You Ready to Discuss? Larry Williams, DDS, MPH

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Kristin Nickells

VCC West - Room 211

While tobacco use has seen a gradual decline in both the United States and Canada, there has been a significant increase in vaping plus an increase in cannabis use, to include non-THC products such as CBD. This lecture will look at these issues and the possible affect on our practice of dentistry.

Repeated from Thursday, 2:00pm–4:30pm VCC West - Ballroom A

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Health CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC D.1

E.2

Afternoon Presentations Understanding Diagnosis, Prevention & Management of Dental Erosion

Terry Donovan received his DDS from the University of Alberta in 1967, and practiced full time in Regina, Saskatchewan for 13 years. He was Professor and Director of the Advanced Education in Prosthodontics Program at USC from 1988 – 2006. He is currently Professor and Section Head of Biomaterials in the Department of Operative Dentistry at the University of North Carolina, School of Dentistry at Chapel Hill.

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Dr. Anton Luu

Terry Donovan, DDS VCC West - Room 301

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

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC A.2

C.1

D.6

Dental erosion is a common cause of tooth structure loss and is poorly understood by many dentists. This presentation will discuss the many etiologies of dental erosion, and illustrate examples of different types of erosion. Strategies for prevention and treatment will also be presented.

Wait! I Still Feel That! Problem Solving the Delivery of Local Anesthesia

Alan Budenz is a general dentist, a trained anatomist, and a Professor in the Department of Biomedical Sciences, and is the Vice Chair of the Department of Diagnostic Sciences at the University of the Pacific, Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry in San Francisco, California. He has lectured nationally and internationally on local anesthesia, cariology, and the anatomical basis of dentistry.

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Melody Weimer

Alan Budenz, MS, DDS, MBA VCC East - Room 1

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Anaesthesia CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC D.5

This lecture is designed for anyone who wishes to expand their understanding of the delivery techniques of local anesthesia and to solve some of the difficulties that arise in obtaining profound anesthesia in the oral cavity. A brief anatomy review will precede discussion of multiple techniques.

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Friday Open Sessions

Every member of the staff has an important role in helping to make documentation complete. In this program, actual malpractice cases will be reviewed and analyzed to show how the team of hygienists, assistants and front office staff contribute to defending malpractice and meeting standards of care.

VCC West - Room 121/122


Open Sessions

Friday, March 6

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

Afternoon Presentations CDABC Forum – Dental Assisting 101 Back to Basics Tija Hunter, CDA, EFDA, CDIA, CDSO, MADAA

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Friday Open Sessions

VCC East - Room 8/15

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Assisting CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Mandibular Anterior Lingual Gingival Grafting and Remote Site Harvesting George K. Merijohn, DDS

Friday, 1:30pm–4:30pm

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Implants, Periodontics, Prevention/Diagnosis CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

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! Presented by Certified Dental Assistants of British Columbia

San Francisco periodontist George K. Merijohn practiced 28 years and is an Assoc. Clinical Professor in postdoctoral periodontics at UC San Francisco and the University of Washington. He authors articles on gingival recession and the evidence-based approach; publishes; consults; lectures internationally; and leads workshops in, Gingival Grafting, Periodontal Instrument Sharpening and Shaping and Functional Movement-Practical Ergonomics. Speaker Host: Lynette Cramen

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

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 N/A

Mandibular anterior lingual recession is often neglected and infrequently treated. Autogenous grafting is the gold standard but you want less patient fear, bleeding and pain with harvest. Get practical, and evidence-based knowledge. Rec for DDS exp in multi teeth root coverage surgery. It is STRONGLY recommended to take the Friday morning presentation on Management and Prevention of Gingival Recession on Page 74 in advance of this presentation.

Immediate Implant Placement and Temporization in the Esthetic Zone Brian Ho, BSc, DDS, FICOI, MICOI

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Dr. Ali Salari

VCC West - Room 220

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Brian Ho obtained his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree at Western University in London, Ontario. He is a full-time clinician, whose practice is limited to full mouth rehabilitation and dental implants with a focus on bone grafting and PRF. He is a fellow and master of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. He maintains privileges at the Western Surgery Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Y

CDHBC N/A

Immediate implant placement in the esthetic zone is a predictable treatment option. If proper case selection is utilized and appropriate protocols are followed, we can easily maintain all the peri-implant tissues. Learn the treatment option that your patients want while respecting biology. Co-sponsored by Hiossen Implant Canada Inc.

Is Your Diode Laser Sitting in the Corner Gathering Dust? Glenn van As, BSc., DMD

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Glenn van As graduated from UBC in 1987. He is in private practice in North Vancouver, and has lectured over 800 times in 30 countries. He has a mastership in Lasers from the ALD, and was recognized with the Leon Goldman award for clinical excellence in lasers in 2006. He has been voted a CE leader for Dentistry Today from 2011-2020.

VCC West - Room 208/209

Speaker Host: Dr. Kary Taylor

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Laser Dentistry

The diode laser can be an excellent piece of your dental armamentarium, yet many are sitting in a corner of the room utilized rarely if ever. Reintegrate your laser for soft tissue treatment and for the ever increasing role of Low Level Laser Therapy in your practice.

CE Approval

80

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Friday Evening – tickets available at the registration desk


Open Sessions

Friday, March 6

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

Afternoon Presentations Image Based Digital Dentistry – Changing the Future of Dental Practice

Bruce Adams, BSc. Dip.Path David Gane, DDS, BSc (hons) David MacDonald, BDS, BSc(Hons.), LB(Hons.),

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 118

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Radiology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

David Gane is a graduate of UWO, has authored imaging software applications, scholarly articles and technique videos on digital radiography and lectured widely on digital imaging topics. Dr. Gane serves as CEO of LED Medical Diagnostics, a dental imaging technology provider focused on delivering state-of-the-art imaging software and systems and the founder and Chairman of Orbit Imaging Inc. David MacDonald is a UBC Professor & chair - Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology (OMFR) & Consultant - BC Cancer Agency. Doctorate by dissertation from the University of Edinburgh. 90 papers. 2nd edn of Wiley textbook “OMFR; a diagnostic approach; in press. Lead author of the chapter on diagnosis in Springer’s “Maxillofacial CBCT.” North American director of International Association of Dento-Maxillofacial Radiology.

CDHBC C.3

Imaged based digital dentistry is poised to change the way we practice, and how we communicate with patients and colleagues. It will also have significant impacts on quality of services, competitiveness, dental practice and liabilities.

The Political Economy of Dentistry: Your Bottom Line Carlos Quiñonez, DMD, MSc, PhD, FRCD(C)

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Dr. Samyra Andrade Araujo

VCC West - Room 215/216

This session reviews the major public policy issues facing dentistry, including the place of dentistry within Canada’s health care system, changes in insurance, provider supply, and competition in the the dental care market. Emphasis is placed on the implications for dentists and dentistry.

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Critical Issues, Ethics CE Approval

CDSBC NC

ADA&C

Carlos Quiñonez is a dental public health specialist and associate professor at the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto. He studies the politics and economics of dentistry, is the author of over 200 peer-reviewed articles, book chapters, and government reports, and regularly consults with government and non-governmental agencies on issues of dental care policy.

Y

CDHBC E.1

Posture in Practice: Are You Equipped to Sit

Timothy J. Caruso, PT, MBA, MS, Cert. MDT, CEAS

Friday, 2:00pm–4:30pm

Timothy J. Caruso is a practicing Physical Therapist for over 30 years & has worked extensively with the dental professionals in the areas of ergonomics, injury prevention, productivity, exercise & wellness. He is president & co-founder of the Kids Equipment Network providing over 2000 special needs children adaptive equipment at no cost. He is a member of the ADA Dental Wellness Advisory committe.

VCC East - Ballroom A

Speaker Host: Dr. Diana Liu

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Ergonomics

Dentistry has come a long way from standing up to sitting, yet professionals are confronted with patients & problems that require extraordinary, often awkward postures. We will discuss preventing/ eliminating some of the ill-effects of dental practice on the practitioner; also a hand’s-on sitting lab.

CE Approval

CDSBC NC

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC D.3

Barry Schwartz was in general practice for 25 years and then taught applied ethics, interpersonal communications and professionalism for 16 years at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry, Western University at London Ontario. He has conducted research, published numerous papers and has spoken at many conferences nationally and internationally on the subject of dental ethics.

Effective Conflict Resolution Strategies in Dental Practice

Barry Schwartz, DDS, MHSc (bioethics), cert ADR, FPFA, FACD

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Dr. Harry Dhanju

VCC East - Room 2/3

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Ethics CE Approval

CDSBC PM

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC B.2

F.2

When disagreements occur and effective communication channels remain open, matters are often rectified in a timely fashion. This course will highlight various conflict management approaches and will stress the importance of interpersonal communications and alternate dispute resolution strategies.

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Friday Open Sessions

MSc, DDS(Edin.), DDRRCR, FDSRCPS, FRCD(C)

Bruce Adams is passionate about connecting people through digital technologies so precision and personalized care can be delivered to support individuals needs. General Manager Orbit Imaging - Western Canada’s leading head and neck radiology centre Canadian Dental Research Institute Consortium — CoChair of Scientific Committee to support best practices involving AI for tele-health.


Open Sessions

Friday, March 6

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

Afternoon Presentations Skills for Difficult Conversations Mary Osborne, RDH

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

Speaker Host: Michelle Kertesz

Friday Open Sessions

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication CE Approval

CDSBC PM

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC B.2

Ignite Your Plan B – Career Options in the Dental Industry? Robert Lee, BDS, MBA

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Learning Pattern: Personal Development Personal Development CDSBC NE

ADA&C NE

Survey

CDHBC N/A

Robert Lee transitioned from clinical dentistry to the industry 25 years ago and held numerous leadership positions in Marketing, Professional/Scientific Relations and General Management. He has worked for international companies like GC, Kulzer, Procter & Gamble and has worked in Australia, Singapore, Japan, Germany and USA. He’s currently the Founder of Denticus Inc. and is based in Chicago.

Explore career options in the dental industry be it FT, PT, freelancing/consulting or speaking. What it takes to succeed and identify your core competence. Develop a 7-step road map: the right strategies and plans on how to get started. Cultivate a positive mindset, build your brand and go sell it!

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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In our personal and our professional lives we have opportunities to influence others: Our patients. Our co-workers. Our families and friends. Influencing others with integrity takes courage and skill. You will learn to: let go of assumptions, listen generously, and speak directly and supportively.

Speaker Host: Joan Laycock-Kovacik

VCC West - Room 224

CE Approval

Mary Osborne has worked in dentistry for over forty years as a clinical hygienist and patient facilitator. She brings to her work enthusiasm, intelligence and a unique ability to help others communicate effectively. Mary is known internationally as a writer and popular speaker at major dental meetings who inspires participants to deliver the best of what dentistry has to offer.


Open Sessions

Saturday, March 7 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 VCC West - Level 2 Ocean Foyer

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

Saturday Open Sessions

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 Stuart Ellis-Myers a.k.a. ‘Twitchy’ is the world’s only 863+ performance funny, inspirational keynote speaker living with the rare and socially bizarre neurological disorder, Tourette Syndrome. Stuart shares invaluable insights on how to become Unstoppable, turn Mental Health into Mental Wealth and confidently create fundamental places of Workplace Safety.

Mental Health, Mental Wealth... Change Your Thoughts... Change Your Life Stuart Ellis-Myers

Saturday, 8:15am–9:15am

Stress! Deadlines! Change! 60% of your people are experiencing heightened levels of workplace mental health issues. What if you went from being a happy and healthy normal child, and then suddenly became an anxious, depressed, twitchy mess of devastating proportion? This is exactly what happened to Stuart. At the age of eight, Stuart began to develop one of the most misunderstood neurological disorders of our time...Tourettes Syndrome. Stuart invites you to join him in creating the foundation for your own mental health to mental wealth UNSTOPPABLE LIFE.

VCC West - Ballroom A/B

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication CE Approval

CDSBC NE

ADA&C NE

CDHBC B.1

Repeated Morning Presentations 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.

Pet Peeves in the Dental Office

Tija Hunter, CDA, EFDA, CDIA, CDSO, MADAA

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC East - Room 11/12

Speaker Host: Alice Mak

Repeated from Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

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!

VCC East - Room 1

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Assisting CE Approval

CDSBC NC

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC B.2

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

DME

Dental/Medical Emergencies

NE

Not Eligible

Legend for ADA&C Y Yes NE Not Eligible

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 F Professional Issues

N/A

Not Assigned

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Open Sessions

Saturday, March 7

exhibit hall open 8:00am to 5:30pm

Repeated Morning Presentations Changing Expectations: Healthy Smiles and Mouths are Possible for 100+ Years!

Saturday Open Sessions

Dana Colson, DDS

Speaker Host: Dr. Melissa Erasmus

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC West - Room 110

Repeated from Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 110

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

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

Dana Colson practices wellness-based dentistry in midtown Toronto. She graduated from the University of Toronto in 1977. Accredited with the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology, AIOMT, and is a Mentor at the Kois Curriculum, she has authored “Your Mouth: The Gateway to a Healthier You”. Dr. Colson has authored the book “Your Mouth: The Gateway to a Healthier You”.

Open unique options and business opportunities to help your patients keep their teeth for 100+ years! Often in the later years, challenges can occur in one’s cognitive and physical well-being. We can help preserve our dental work by utilizing the principles of minimally invasive dentistry. Sponsored by Oral Science

CDHBC D.6

Treating Back & Neck Pain in Modern Dentistry – A Survival Guide for Your Career

Timothy J. Caruso is a practicing Physical Therapist for over 30 years and has worked extensively with the dental professionals in the areas of ergonomics, injury prevention, productivity, exercise and wellness. He is president and co-founder of the Kids Equipment Network providing over 2000 special needs children adaptive equipment at no cost. He is a member of the ADA Dental Wellness Advisory committe.

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am

Speaker Host: Sylvie Martel

Timothy J. Caruso, PT, MBA, MS, Cert. MDT, CEAS VCC West - Room 211

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

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Ergonomics CE Approval

CDSBC NC

ADA&C

Y

Is your career hazardous to your health, perhaps killing you slowly? Dentistry has come a long way in the last 150 years. The patients are pain free but how about the dental staff? Are you someone who has a nagging pain in your neck or your back that no longer goes away? Come and give this a listen!

CDHBC D.3

Team Approach to Documentation – The Gold Standard for Malpractice Defense

Mitchell Gardiner graduated from New Jersey Dental School in 1977. He has been in private practice since leaving the Navy Dental Corps in 1980. He has over 25 years experience as an expert witness in dental malpractice and presents programs to dentists throughout the United States and Canada. He is an Asst. Prof. of Restorative Dentistry at Rutgers. He has earned Fellowship in the AGD, ACD and ICD.

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am

Speaker Host: Dr. Vern Beckie

Mitchell Gardiner, BA, DMD VCC West - Room 118

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

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approval

CDSBC PM

ADA&C

Y

Every member of the staff has an important role in helping to make documentation complete. In this program, actual malpractice cases will be reviewed and analyzed to show how the team of hygienists, assistants and front office staff contribute to defending malpractice and meeting standards of care.

CDHBC F.1

Morning Presentations Update on Fixed Prosthodontics Terry Donovan, DDS

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC West - Room 301

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

84

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Terry Donovan received his DDS from the University of Alberta in 1967, and practiced full time in Regina, Saskatchewan for 13 years. He was Professor and Director of the Advanced Education in Prosthodontics Program at USC from 1988 – 2006. He is currently Professor and Section Head of Biomaterials in the Department of Operative Dentistry at the University of North Carolina, School of Dentistry at Chapel Hill. Speaker Host: Dr. Warrick Yu

This presentation will discuss contemporary ceramic materials and reveal which materials work and which don’t. Emphasis will be placed on generations of zirconia materials and why some of these materials should be avoided. Current concepts related to the restoration of ETT will be discussed.


Open Sessions

Saturday, March 7 Official conference of the:

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

Morning Presentations Lance Dowdle has over 30 years’ experience in the industry. He has lectured and learned across the globe. He is an expert in all phases of orthodontic appliance fabrication. Owner of Excel Orthodontics, Inc. Board member of the Association of Orthodontic Laboratory Professionals AOLP.

RPE and MARPE: Full Digital Workflow Design and Fabrication Lance Dowdle

Saturday, 10:00am–11:30am Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Digital Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Co-sponsored by LeoneAmerica Dental Products, Inc.

Angus Barrie became a dental technician in 1987 after completing the dental technology program at Vancouver Community College and worked for both his father’s dental laboratory as well as Turner Dental Lab before moving to Vancouver in 2002. Since 2002 Angus has concentrated on implant restorations and the growth of CAD/ CAM technology in the dental laboratory. He is currently employed.

The Digital and Automated Lab Angus Barrie, RDT

Saturday, 10:15am–11:45am VCC West - Room 205/206/207

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Digital Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

Going digital and how to incorporate these methods into your lab and how to choose the right equipment and materials best for you. Discussing the advantages of wet milling from alloys to e.max.

CDHBC N/A

Co-sponsored by Ivoclar Vivadent

Devaughn Fraser has worked in the dental industry for 16 yrs 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.

CAD/CAM for Laboratory & inLab Software 19 Devaughn Fraser, DT

Saturday, 10:30am–12:00pm VCC West - Room 208/209

Curious? Terrific. Come and see how inLab 19 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

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Digital Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Paul Pelletier is a ground breaking expert specializing in workplace respect, bullying, and conflict management. He is an internationally respected professional speaker and author of The Workplace Bullying Handbook. Paul uses his skills and experiences as a corporate lawyer and business leader in his work as a trainer in workplace respect management, conflict management and leadership.

Effectively Dealing With Disrespectful Patients and Staff Paul Pelletier, LL.B. PMP CAPS

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am

Speaker Host: Denise Aiken

VCC West - Room 109

Dental practice disrespect comes in many forms - from rudeness to harassment. It creates dysfunction impacting your staff, patients, reputation and bottom line. Fortunately, there are simple, impactful and effective tools and strategies to prevent, manage and eliminate your dental office nightmare.

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication CE Approval

CDSBC PM

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC B.2

F.2

PDC Lab Expo Saturday, March 7 VCC West – Ballroom A/B

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

FOLLOW US ON

@pdconf #PDC2020

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Saturday Open Sessions

Exploring the contemporary digital orthodontic possibilities, focusing on the full digital workflow and fabrication of custommade devices for maxillary expansion. Dedicated CAD-CAM RPE types and styles will be presented, along with tips and tricks for expander construction, both teeth and bone born.

VCC West - Room 202/203/204


Open Sessions

Saturday, March 7 Official conference of the:

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

Morning Presentations

Saturday Open Sessions

The 10 Most Common Financial Mistakes Made by Dental Professionals Calvin Carpenter, CPA, CA Shaun Howe, CPA, CA Lachlan MacPherson, CPA, CA

Shaun Howe is a Partner with MNP’s Professional Services team in Surrey. Shaun is a down-to-earth communicator delivering practical advice and tailored solutions to help his clients enhance their business success. Shaun primarily serves health care professionals, working one-on-one with his clients to provide tax planning and compliance, business advisory, and general consulting.

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC West - Room 306

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Finance/Practice Transition CE Approval

CDSBC NE

ADA&C NE

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.

CDHBC N/A

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. Lachlan provides sound advice to help clients reach financial success with in-depth tax planning, tax preparation, reporting and business consulting.

The only mistake is not learning from your own mistakes or better yet; the mistakes of others. This session will assist Dental Professionals at all stages of their career to learn from our review of the 10 most common financial mistakes dentists make. Presented by MNP LL

Emily Letran is the CEO of multiple dental practices and private coach to many professionals. She has been on TEDx and shared stages with leaders like Dr. Howard Farran (Dental Town) and Linda Miles (The Ultimate Mentor) She has been featured on Dental Town and contributes articles for Dental IQ and Dentistry Today. Dr. Letran also hosts ACTION To WIN seminars and authors several books.

To Stress Or Not To Stress Emily Letran, DDS

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC East - Room 2/3

Speaker Host: Rose Villacorta

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Personal Development CE Approval

CDSBC PM

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC B.1

Stress is part of daily life in our dental office. This fast paced presentation will help you identify the stressors and implement strategies to control stress and increase productivity. Attendees will understand how to prioritize and manage tasks based on results and eliminate distractions.

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

Saturday, 12:30pm–3:00pm VCC East - Room 11/12

Speaker Host: Alice Mak

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Assisting CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

Survey

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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 N/A

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!

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


Open Sessions

Saturday, March 7

exhibit hall open 8:00am to 5:30pm

Afternoon Presentations

Mark Rotsaert

Saturday, 12:30pm–2:00pm VCC West - Room 205/206/207

In the dental lab we are faced with many cases and issues that need to be designed out of the standard approach to making a restoration. From the intra-oral scan to the finished case, Mark will discuss strategies using Exocad.

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Digital Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Co-sponsored by Emerald Dental Works

Get Cybersmart: Technology for an Efficient and Secure Practice

Dean Smith is the Information Technology Manager at the Canadian Dental Association (CDA) and is responsible for all aspects of technology at CDA. Security and risk are the two primary focus areas of Information Technology within CDA and Dean ensures CDA leads Canadian dentistry in promoting security and privacy.

Saturday, 12:30pm–2:00pm

In this course, you will discover the importance of cybersecurity in dental offices. The objective is to understand cyber-attacks and why it is important to take steps to prevent attacks before they happen.

Dean Smith

VCC West - Room 208/209

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Technology CE Approval

CDSBC PM

ADA&C

Y

Saturday Open Sessions

Mark Rotsaert been involved in digital dentistry for more than 20 years. More than fifty years ago Mark’s father, Henri, established Rotsaert Dental Laboratory in Hamilton, Ontario. The lab is involved in digital dentistry for more than 25 years. In 2004 started Emerald Dental Works and now sells digital solutions for the dental industry.

Exocad – The Swiss Army Knife of CAD

CDHBC F.2

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WHO WILL BUY YOUR PRACTICE? Over 45 years of experience speaks for something. We know and understand the business of buying and selling dental practices.

Discretion, Privacy, Practice Preservation

Dr. Marcia Boyd

Cathy Scott

marcia@roicorp.com

cathy@roicorp.com

(604) 220-2396

(604) 418-0182

Subscribe to our New Listing Service at roicorp.com


Open Sessions

Saturday, March 7 Official conference of the:

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

Afternoon Presentations Intro to Ceramic Implants, Smile Design and Digital Impressions

Dan Hagi is a Fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantology, Academy of General Dentistry, International Academy of Dentofacial Aesthetics and an associate Fellow of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, with a focus on aesthetic dentistry and metal-free oral implant rehabilitation. He is an international lecturer, published author and consultant to several dental manufacturers.

Saturday, 1:00pm–2:30pm

Gil Hagi is the founder of Tasty Tech Ltd., a leading devloper of digital smile design and simulation software solutions including Smile Designer Pro and Miro Smiles. Prior to founding Tasty Tech, Gil spent 10 years as a software engineer, creating user-centric tools for the film and graphic design industries.

Saturday Open Sessions

Dan Hagi, DDS, FAGD, FICOI, (a)FAAID Gil Hagi, Hon BSc. Computer Science VCC West - Room 202/203/204

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Digital Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

We will learn what why ceramic implants can be considered a first choice implant. Utilizing Smile Designer Pro software we will see how we can get patients excited for treatment. The digital workflow is brought to life using cutting edge extra-oral imaging and intra-oral scanning. Co-sponsored by Carestream Dental

3D Applications for the Modern Day Lab Workflow Mark Chan, DD

Saturday, 2:30pm–4:00pm

VCC West - Room 202/203/204 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Digital Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

From Equipment to Software: Owning the Perfect Partnership for Today’s Digital Lab Michelle Glover, CDA Level 2

Saturday, 3:00pm–4:30pm VCC West - Room 208/209

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Digital Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Innovative Solutions for Major Problems in Daily Lab Work Bassam Haddad, CDT

Saturday, 3:00pm–4:30pm

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Materials/Techniques CE Approval

88

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Mark Chan received his diploma from Denturism in Toronto at George Brown College with honours. Currently Mark is practicing in Ontario with a main focus on high-end removable and implant prosthetics. With a passion for both technical and clinical techniques he is certified in Bio-logic, BPS and SDC denture concepts and is a ZunstZhanWerk “Art of Denture” award winning Denturist.

This lecture will focus on the various applications of 3D printing and additive technology for the modern day dental laboratory. We will also explore the difference between printers on the market, what materials are available, and how to be more profitable and efficient using additive technology. Co-sponsored by Swiss NF Metals, Inc.

Michelle Glover graduated with honour’s from George Brown College as a Level II Dental Assistant. She worked as lead CEREC CDA in private practice for five years where she developed her skills in the world of digital dentistry. Michelle became very passionate and well versed in CAD/CAM and the benefits it provides to the dental industry through advanced training with CEREC Doctors.

How digital dentistry begins with the dentist and ends with the perfect prosthetic made by the lab with remarkable precision. Real Cases show a complete workflow, from Intra-oral scan, to design and fabrication in the lab. Learn how milling or printing, can cover all your CAD/CAM needs. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

Bassam Haddad 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. He is the author of several international articles and a proud member of Oral Design international group.

Using One Touch No Limits 3D paste materials to create (3D Vita Master shades) on Zirconia and Lithium disilicates. A game changer for monolithic restorations. Demonstrating how to aesthetically achieve and anatomically correct gum shape and shades with One Touch 3D Pink. Co-sponsored by Dentaurum Canada Inc.


MAY 29 TO JUNE 2 Palais des congrès de Montréal Montréal | Canada

odq.qc.ca/convention

CATEGORY 1 (CORE) COURSES:

Dr. Peter Nkansah

Dr. Hagen Klieb & Dr. Peter Ta

Dr. Allan Hovan

Medical Emergencies

Oral Pathology

Immunosuppression and Autoimmune Diseases

As an Approved Sponsor, CE credits earned at the JDIQ (Ordre des dentistes du Québec) may be claimed in the appropriate CE categories of the RCDSO QA Program.

Dr. Jeffrey Okeson

Dr. Jeff Brucia

TMD & Occlusion

Dr. George K. Merijohn

Dr. Ron Kaminer

Periodontics

Dr. Effie Habsha

Management

Endodontics

Dr. Fernanda Almeida

Crown & Bridge

Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Dr. Amarjit Rihal

Porcelain Veneers

Mrs. Meg Soper

Dr. William Nudera

Adhesion

Dr Jean Poirier

Digital Dentistry

Mme Sonia Lupien Le stress

Transplantation faciale

Dr. Jim Grisdale

Implants Complications


Saturday So You Think You Can Speak? – Series 11

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!

Morning Presentations Restoration Dissection: A Biomimetic Approach to Foundation Preservation Matthew Gillespie, DDS

Saturday, 9:00am–9:50am VCC West - Room 212

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Restorative/Operative Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Improving Clinical Outcomes with a Wound Healing, Disinfectant NanoSilver Technology Andrew Willoughby, DMD

Saturday, 9:00am–9:50am VCC West - Room 213

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Prevention/Diagnosis CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Negotiation Fundamentals and Common Streetwise Manipulation Ploys Alex Zlatin, MBA, BSc

Saturday, 9:00am–9:50am VCC West - Room 214

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication CE Approval

CDSBC NE

ADA&C NE

CDHBC N/A

Digital Driven Dentistry

Faraj Edher, DDS, MSc, Dip Pros, FRCD(C)

Saturday, 9:00am–9:50am

Session Chairs: Dr. Richard Carlile – MR 212, Dr. John Rogers – MR 213, Dr. Chris Bryant – MR 214 Dr. Bill Toews – MR 215/216 AM only, Penny Hatzamanolakis – MR 215/216 PM only

Matthew Gillespie received his undergraduate degree from Texas Tech University and then attended the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Dental School. Dr. Gillespie has a passion for changing the healthcare compensation system to a more efficient framework that delivers healthier outcomes for patients while rewarding doctors for reducing healthcare utilization.

Restoration Dissection is a dynamic diagnostic procedure which provides a dentist the opportunity to directly assess the foundational areas of a tooth prior to deciding on a definitive restorative plan.

Andrew Willoughby has 32 yrs Clinical experience. Emphasis on Functional, Multi-Disciplinary Rehabilitations. Holder of 22 US and Foreign Patents in the areas of Dental Implants; AM Gloves/Masks; BONT’s and NanoMetallic Silver Technology. Sr. Clinical Consultant to Large US Nanotechnology Manufacturer. Expertise in IP, Technology Transfer, Licensing, Regulatory Affairs, Human Clinical Trials and Product Development.

Nanotechnology is a Paradigm Shifting Platform for Dentistry across multiple disciplines - Learn how Nanotechnology can help modify existing Clinical Protocols and Prescribing techniques by increasing wound healing as well as reducing Infection, Pain, Swelling and the risk of Antibiotic Resistance. As the CEO of dental practice management software company Maxim Software Systems, Alex Zlatin helps struggling dental professionals take control of their practices and reach the next level of success with responsible leadership strategies. Alex volunteers his time and expertise to various professional organizations, including the Dental Office Managers Association of Canada, a federal non-profit.

Negotiations are an integral part of our day-to-day. It exists in all walks of life, whether it is in your personal or professional life. Negotiation is a mandatory skill set in today’s world and has a substantial effect on your success. This presentation will cover the basics of this important art.

Faraj Edher is a Specialist in Prosthodontics focused on cosmetic transformations and implant reconstructions using advanced digital technology. Dr. Edher practices as a full-time Prosthodontist in Vancouver and Coquitlam, BC. He is the Director of the Digital Dentistry Institute, and a Clinical Assistant Professor and guest lecturer at UBC.

VCC West - Room 215/216

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Digital Dentistry CE Approval

90

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

In today’s world of rapid technological advancements, digital technology is being utilized in EVERY aspect of the dental profession. Whether it’s IOS, augmented reality, or guided surgery, this presentation will show you how you can use digital dentistry to better treat your patients.


Saturday, March 7

‘So You Think You Can Speak?’ Series 11 Official conference of the:

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

Therapeutic Ultrasound Accelerates Tooth Movement and Minimizes Root Resorption

Tarek El-Bialy, BDS, MSc Ortho, PhD, FRCD(C),

Tarek El-Bialy is a professor of orthodontics and biomedical engineering at the University of Alberta, Canada. He published over 100 peer reviewed scientific papers and is the editor of two text books, one of them about ultrasound applications in dentistry. He presented all over the world about the use of ultrasound in orthodontics and potential uses of ultrasound in other dental fields.

EMBA, ABO, Dr. Med. Dent

Saturday, 10:00am–10:50am

This presentation will show science and clinical applications of therapeutic ultrasound to minimize orthodontically induced root resorption and acceleration of tooth movement. Other potential applications of ultrasound in other dental fields will be presented.

VCC West - Room 212

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Orthodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

“I Do Not Snore I Dream About Motorcycles!” Screen for Kids’ Sleep Breathing Problems

Carlos Flores Mir has a part-time orthodontic practice in Edmonton, AB. Tenured professor School of Dentistry and Orthodontic Program Director at University of Alberta. Carlos has done more than 120 international presentations on Clinical Orthodontics, Evidence-based Dentistry and Evidence-based Orthodontics.

Saturday, 10:00am–10:50am

Dentists are uniquely positioned for early identification of children at high risk of OSA. This presentation will focus on explaining how a simple validated questionnaire (Pediatric Sleep Questionnaire – PSQ) could be used to identify children that should be referred to an ENT or sleep specialist.

Carlos Flores Mir, DDS, DSc VCC West - Room 213

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Sleep Apnea CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC C.1

Malocclusion, SDB and TMJ: Same Cause, Same Treatment Christopher Norton, DDS

Saturday, 10:00am–10:50am VCC West - Room 214

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Occlusion/TMD CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC D.4

Oral Health Hacks: Evidence Based Research on What Works and What Harms Us Sanjukta Mohanta, BSc, DDS

Saturday, 10:00am–10:50am VCC West - Room 215/216

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Materials/Techniques CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC D.6

D.4

Chris Norton graduated from Baylor Dental School, 1984, in Dallas. He has practiced orthodontics and general dentistry in Dallas, and Santa Fe, NM. In 2000 he limited his practice to orthodontics, TMD, and sleep apnea in Salt Lake City and McKinney, TX. Chris currently is the orthodontic provider for Abbeville Dentistry in west Texas and has an office in Ontario, CA.

Malocclusion, TMJ and Sleep Apnea have a common cause in many cases. If your aim is to treat their cause and not the symptoms, then I would like to expose you to a myofunctional system to do just that. This will give your patients beautiful symmetric faces and better health.

Sanjukta Mohanta graduated from the University of Toronto in 1999. She practices at a community health centre in Brampton, Ontario where she cares for patients on public dental programs. She is the chair of the Ontario Dental Association’s Community Services Committee and she was on the CDA’s Future of the Profession Task Force. She enjoys community service, advocacy and oral health promotion.

Does charcoal toothpaste whiten teeth? Is flossing effective? Does oil pulling remove toxins? Which oral hygiene products work? This dynamic session will explore the common questions our patients have about trends and products and will give you evidence based answers to their questions.

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Morning Presentations


Saturday, March 7

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Official conference of the:

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

Morning Presentations Let’s Talk! Using Emotional IQ to Genuinely Connect Yourself to Others!

After graduating with an art degree, Karolina Bukin’s journey took her to the world of medicine and then dentistry. Having been in the dental field for 20 years, she had intertwined with different personality types, worked alongside some of the best surgeons and formed lasting friendships. Originally from Poland, she now resides in North Vancouver and reap the benefits of our beautiful province.

Masters Program, Medical Office Assistant Diploma

Karen DaCosta worked as a registered dental hygienist, a Level II dental assistant educator, and a dental hygiene instructor, course lead, and program director from 1997-2007. She returned to the dental field, in an administrative capacity, at a high volume specialty practice.

Karolina Bukin, Bachelor of Visual Arts, SPEAR Karen DaCosta, RDH (ret),

Teaching and Training Adults (cert)

Saturday, 11:00am–11:50am VCC West - Room 212

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication CE Approval

CDSBC NC

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC B.1

Positive communication produces a “halo effect” once an emotional connection is established. Learn the principles of Emotional IQ that are imperative in building and establishing a good rapport. Leverage many patient (and dental staff) concerns and outcomes through genuine connection.

Management of Mucogingival Defects; New Perspective in Periodontal Regeneration

Mehdi Noroozi is a fellowship qualified and board certified specialist in periodontics in Canada and US. He is a clinical assistant professor in UBC faculty of dentistry. His private practice in Vancouver and Burnaby is specializing in advanced bone and soft tissue augmentation and dental implant therapy.

Saturday, 11:00am–11:50am

New developments in micro surgical instrumentation, biomaterials advancement and less invasive surgical protocols will be discussed. The clinical outcome of the autogenous tissue grafting versus alternatives will be discussed. Clinical cases will be presented and discussed.

Mehdi Noroozi, DDS, MSC, FRCDC, DABP VCC West - Room 213

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Periodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC D.2

Smile Brightly, Step Lightly – Reduce the Environmental Footprint of Your Office

Katherine Roche, BSc Mechanical Engineering, DDS

Saturday, 11:00am–11:50am VCC West - Room 214

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approval

CDSBC PM

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC F.2

Katherine Roche attended the University of Alberta for an undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering, and completed her dental degree in 2008. Long before that, she was passionate about ecological responsibility, leading her high school environment club in raising awareness of eco-stewardship. She owns her private practice in Edmonton AB and works on reducing dentistry’s eco impact.

If you have ever been dismayed at the quantity of waste generated by your dental office, you may be happy to hear about alternatives. This presentation will discuss the steps my team has taken at our clinic to reduce our footprint and I hope to establish a collaborative eco-dental network. Hi there! I am Erin Kerr, a 24-year-old paralegal student from Surrey, BC. I was diagnosed with an ameloblastoma in 2018 and I look forward to telling my personal story at PDC 2020!

Me, Myself, and My Ameloblastoma: A Patient’s Experience Erin Kerr, Student

Saturday, 11:00am–11:50am VCC West - Room 215/216

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Health CE Approval

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CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC B.1

This presentation will detail my personal journey with my ameloblastoma, from diagnosis, through surgeries, infections, and the ongoing recovery process. I will be discussing the mental health side of this adventure, as well as my experience doing Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy.


Saturday, March 7

‘So You Think You Can Speak?’ Series 11 Official conference of the:

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

Markus Fischer is a denturist, dental technician and dental educator. In March 2015, he was trained by Dr. Jiro Abe in Tokyo, Japan, in the revolutionary SEMCD/lower suction denture technique. Since then, he has become a clinical and technical SEMCD instructor as well as a BPS instructor for Ivoclar Canada. When not teaching courses across Canada and beyond, Markus is a busy dad of seven.

Learn How to Achieve Suction in a Lower Denture by Following Dr. Jiro Abe’s SEMCD Markus Fischer, RD, RDT, PID

Saturday, 1:00pm–1:50pm

Most non-implant lower dentures are very challenging as they tend to lift and move during function. Learn how Dr. Jiro Abe’s revolutionary SEMCD/ lower suction denture technique can improve fit and stability of a mandibular denture by creating suction effect. Hard to imagine but it is possible!!

VCC West - Room 212

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Removable Prosthodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Disability – It Can Happen to You! Are You and Your Financial Plan Ready? Joan Laycock-Kovacik, B Comm. CPA CGA CFP

Saturday, 1:00pm–1:50pm VCC West - Room 213

This seminar will chronicle Joan’s husband’s disability claim process and will outline some financial planning tools to consider prior to having an illness or injury event.

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approval

CDSBC NE

ADA&C NE

CDHBC N/A

Inner Ergonomics for Dental Professions: From Back Pain to Ease Alena Minova, BA

Saturday, 1:00pm–1:50pm VCC West - Room 214

CDSBC NC

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC D.3

Jessica Metcalfe is appointed as a General Dentist, Education Director, Clinician Investigator for Princess Margaret Cancer Centre in the Department of Dental Oncology and Maxillofacial Prosthetics. She is also on the Ontario Dental Association Education Advisory Committee and she is a part-time clinical instructor at the University of Toronto Dental School.

So Your Patient Has Head and Neck Cancer . . . Jessica Metcalfe, DMD

Saturday, 1:00pm–1:50pm VCC West - Room 215/216

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC D.4

Early Treatment Orthodontics: What I Wish I Would Have Known Andrea Font Rytzner, MSD, DDS

Saturday, 2:00pm–2:50pm VCC West - Room 212

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Orthodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Alena Minova is one of the 20 CanStat certified Alexander Technique specialists in BC, a movement and postural technique. It is taught at major performing 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 9 years, she is yoga for Scoliosis certified.

Recent dental statistics show that more than 90% of dentists are in pain. Yet, even severe symptoms of ischemia, pain, numbness, tingling, and tension can be helped if we learn how to release excessive tension patterns. We can learn to revive our postural reflexes to work and live with more ease.

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Ergonomics CE Approval

Joan Laycock-Kovacik brought the experience she obtained while working at a bank, accounting firm and CRA to the “business side” of her husband’s dental clinic. She worked there as an administrator until the time of his practice transition in 2016 and was also the first point of contact for their team of financial advisers. She currently assists a respected Calgary tax practitioner during the tax filing season.

D.6

Cancer is scary for the patient, but you, as a dental clinician, should be comfortable treating the Head and Neck Cancer Patient. The goal is to understand and eliminate the fear associated with treating patients before, during, and after their cancer therapy in your dental clinic.

Andrea Font Rytzner grew up in Palma de Mallorca, off the coast of Spain. Got her dental degree from University Complutense of Madrid and her orthodontic MSD and 3 year residency from Case Western Reserve University. San Antonio has been her home for the past 5 years, she now serves in the Board of Directors in the Texas Association of Orthodontics. She enjoys traveling, cooking, and is a ninja in training.

Are you aware of possible dental problems a child can have before all permanent teeth come in? When is a good time to refer for a first orthodontic screening? Clinical situations that need an orthodontic evaluation at an appropriate age and ways we can be effective in preventing damaging situations.

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Afternoon Presentations


Saturday, March 7

‘So You Think You Can Speak?’ Series 11 Saturday So You Think You Can Speak? – Series 11

Official conference of the:

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

Afternoon Presentations Rodney Johnston is the Founder and Principal Broker of OMNI Practice Group and has worked with hundreds of doctors over the past two decades, providing transition services, valuations, consulting and more. Prior to forming OMNI, he spent 15 years as Director of Treasury and Director of Accounting for AT&T Wireless. He has an MBA from Seattle University and is a Certified Management Accountant.

How to Maximize Your Dental Practice Transition Rod Johnston, MBA, CMA

Saturday, 2:00pm–2:50pm VCC West - Room 213

You will learn about the legal, financial, logistical and emotional aspects of transition out of your full-time dental practice. Should you sell now, or wait 5 years? Is it better to use a broker, or go it alone? How do I avoid pitfalls in a transition?

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Finance/Practice Transition, Practice Management CE Approval

CDSBC NE

ADA&C NE

CDHBC N/A

S cott Kollen was born, raised, and educated in greater Vancouver. He made the jump across the Rockies to a group practice in Calgary AB, where he quickly became partner and was a part of 5 clinics expanding to 15 startups in 3 years time. He has since returned to Vancouver and opened his own rapidly growing office in 2019. In his spare time, he enjoys surfing, flyfishing, cooking, and travel.

Start-up Success: The Do’s and Don’ts of Successfully Opening a New Dental Clinic Scott Kollen, DMD

Saturday, 2:00pm–2:50pm

Interested in starting up a new clinic? This session will deliver a general roadmap of the process, provide real-world advice, and recommend products and resources that offer optimal value. Key topics include location and financing, with a heavy focus on design/ construction, equipment, and supplies.

VCC West - Room 214

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approval

CDSBC NE

ADA&C NE

CDHBC N/A

Jessica Saepoff holds a DDS degree from Georgetown University Dental School, and a bachelors degree in Fine Arts from UMass. She has been in private practice and also served eight years on the WA State Dental Quality Assurance Commission, Washington’s state dental Board. Dr. Saepoff is the creator and host of the DentalMD radio show, airing weekly on KKNW 1150 AM, also streaming on YouTube.

The Mouth-Body Connection Jessica Saepoff, DDS

Saturday, 2:00pm–2:50pm VCC West - Room 215/216

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Prevention/Diagnosis CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC A.1

Beyond Just Returns – How to Maximize the Impact of Your Wealth for Your Life Jason Boudreau, CFP, CLU

Saturday, 3:00pm–3:50pm VCC West - Room 214

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Finance/Practice Transition CE Approval

CDSBC NE

ADA&C NE

A.2

D.1

The connections between oral health and systemic health are well known. What do dentists need to know, and where is the line between practicing dentistry and practicing medicine?

Jason Boudreau has a deep passion for guiding successful families on how to make meaningful choices at the intersection of their life and their wealth. His areas of expertise include inter-generational wealth transfer and advanced life and estate planning with a focus on solutions that empower and optimize the positive impact one’s wealth for today and for future generations.

During this session, Jason will share how there are currently more opportunities than ever before to align values and purpose with how one builds, manages and transitions their wealth and how now is the most important time in history to do so.

CDHBC N/A

Social Media: The Greatest Credibility & Profitability Booster on Earth

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.

Saturday, 3:00pm–3:50pm

Social media creates more visibility and credibility than any other marketing strategy available today. In this pragmatic, nuts-andbolts course, Dr. Angela Mulrooney pulls back the curtain and reveals all the steps to build your brand, audience, and content so you can grow your patient base.

Angela Mulrooney, DMD VCC West - Room 215/216

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Technology CE Approval

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CDSBC NE

ADA&C NE

CDHBC F.2


Pacific Dental Conference Lab Expo Saturday, March 7, 2020 Vancouver, BC

Official conference of the:

Vancouver Convention Center – West Building - Ballroom A/B

Olaf Lutz President, DTABC

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 profession of dental technology.

The breakout sessions feature leading experts who are able to share their knowledge and expertise 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.

Bruce Ward Director, PDC

PDC Lab Expo – Saturday

Welcome to the premier Western Canada PDC Lab Expo

Welcome to PDC Lab Expo, Western Canada’s largest dental lab exhibition taking place on Saturday, March 7, 2020. 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!

2020 DTABC Organizing Committee Chris Opitz, RDT 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: 604-789-4077 or toll free at 888-495-4566

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PDC Lab Expo 8:00am - 3:00pm

VCC West – Ballroom A/B

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Argen Canada www.argencanada.com 604-868-6977 Booth LE-5 richardn@argencanada.com Aurum Crest 403-228-5199 Booth LE-22 mitchellj@aurumgroup.com BEGO Canada www.begocanada.com 418-683-6567 Booth LE-6 liza@begocanada.com Carestream Dental www.carestreamdental.com 855-762-2291 Booth LE-3 debra.roschetzky@csdental.com Central Dental Ltd. www.centraldentalltd.com 416-271-9015 Booth LE-20 joe.smith@centraldentalltd.com CIBC Wealth Management www.cibc.ca 604-806-5508 Booth LE-18 gilbert.lam@cibc.ca

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LUNCH STATION

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AQUAVITA WATER www.aquavita.us/dental-water-system 604-960-1170 Booth LE-37 info@aquavita.ca

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Adin Dental Implants Systems Ltd. 905-597-3314 Booth LE-36 adva@adin-implants.com

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LUNCH STATION

PDC Lab Expo – Saturday

Keynote Presentation Stuart Ellis-Myers

Lunch will be served between 11:00am 12:30pm

Official conference of the:

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College of Dental Technicians of BC www.cdtbc.ca 604-742-6561 x6315 Booth LE-21 RRevell@cdtbc.ca

Garfield Refining www.garfieldrefining.com 800-523-0968 Booth LE-16 apatterson@garfieldrefining.com

Surgically Clean Air Inc. www.surgicallycleanair.com 877-440-7770 x702 Booth LE-33 info@surgicallycleanair.com

Dental Technicians Association of BC www.dentaltechniciansofbc.com 604-940-2995 Booth LE-1 renata@dentaltechniciansofbc.com

Ivoclar Vivadent www.ivoclarvivadent.ca 800-263-8182 Booth LE-10 laura.prosser@ivoclarvivadent.com

Swiss NF Metals, Inc. www.swissnf.com 905-479-2500 Booth LE-35 k.chin@swissnf.com

Dentaurum Canada Inc. www.dentaurum.ca 800-363-9973 Booth LE-2 info@dentaurum.ca

LeoneAmerica Dental Products, Inc. www.leoneamerica.com 805-487-9860 Booth LE-14 info@leoneamerica.com

Synca Marketing www.synca.com 450-582-1093 x241 Booth LE-19 stefanie.m@synca.com

Dentsply Sirona www.dentsplysirona.com 905-330-8260 Booths LE-38, LE-39 les.szlafarski@dentsplysirona.com

Orthodontic Essentials www.orthodonticessentials.com 519-641-3066 x223 Booth LE-25 ilamonde@clinicalresearchdental.com

U Plus Trading Ltd. www.uptrading.ca 587-830-5006 Booth LE-12 info@uptrading.ca

Emerald Dental Works www.emeralddental.com 905-527-1422 Booth LE-8 mrotsaert@emeralddental.com

Panthera Dental www.pantheradental.com 418-527-0388 x105 Booth LE-4 marketing@pantheradental.com

uwwweb Inc. www.uwwweb.com 647-466-0584 Booth LE-9 info@uwwweb.com

Endo/Tech www.endo-tech.com 902-429-2257 Booth LE-13 svincent@endo-tech.com

Renfert USA www.renfert.com 630-762-1803 Booth LE-34 charlie@renfertusa.com

Vancouver Community College www.vcc.ca 604-871-7000 x8502 Booth LE-15 amaming@vcc.ca

Excel Dental Ltd. 604-726-2505 Booth LE-11 info@exceldentalshop.com

Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. www.sinclairdental.com 800-663-7393 Booth LE-7 info@sinclairdental.com

Zahn Canada, A division of Henry Schein Inc. www.henryschein.ca 800-668-5558 Booth LE-17 John.Meredith@henryschein.ca


Program at a Glance Saturday, March 7, 2020

Official conference of the:

PDC Lab Expo – Ballroom A/B

Welcome Address / Coffee available Keynote Presentation: Mental Health, Mental Wealth... Change Your Thoughts...Change Your Life – Stuart Ellis-Myers

9:15am - 10:30am 11:00am - 12:30pm 2:00pm - 3:00pm

Coffee Break and Exhibits Lunch (11:00 - 12:30) and Exhibits Coffee Break and Exhibits

PDC Lab Expo – Saturday

8:00am Lab Expo Open 8:15am - 9:15am

DTABC Concurrent Sessions Room 202/203/204

Lance Dowdle RPE and MARPE: Full Digital Workflow Design and Fabrication

Mark Rotsaert Exocad – The Swiss Army Knife of CAD

Mark Chan 3D Applications for the Modern Day Lab Workflow

Room 205/206/207

Angus Barrie The Digital and Automated Lab

Dean Smith Get Cybersmart: Technology for an Efficient and Secure Practice

Michelle Glover From Equipment to Software: Owning the Perfect Partnership for Today’s Digital Lab

Room 208/209

10:00am - 11:30am

10:15am - 11:45am

Devaughn Fraser CAD/CAM for Laboratory & inLab Software 19 10:30am - 12:00pm

12:30pm - 2:00pm

12:30pm - 2:00pm

Dan Hagi / Gil Hagi Intro to Ceramic Implants, Smile Design and Digital Impressions 1:00pm - 2:30pm

2:30pm - 4:00pm

3:00pm - 4:30pm

Bassam Haddad Innovative Solutions for Major Problems in Daily Lab Work 3:00pm - 4:30pm

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Dental Technicians Association of BC – Sessions

Keynote Presentation Saturday 8:15am–9:15am

Official conference of the:

VCC West – Ballroom A/B

Mental Health, Mental Wealth... Change Your Thoughts... Change Your Life Stuart Ellis-Myers

Saturday, 8:15am–9:15am VCC West - Ballroom A/B

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication CE Approval

CDSBC NE

ADA&C NE

CDHBC B.1

Stuart Ellis-Myers a.k.a. ‘Twitchy’ is the world’s only 863+ performance funny, inspirational keynote speaker living with the rare and socially bizarre neurological disorder, Tourette Syndrome. Stuart shares invaluable insights on how to become Unstoppable, turn Mental Health into Mental Wealth and confidently create fundamental places of Workplace Safety.

Stress! Deadlines! Change! 60% of your people are experiencing heightened levels of workplace mental health issues. What if you went from being a happy and healthy normal child, and then suddenly became an anxious, depressed, twitchy mess of devastating proportion? This is exactly what happened to Stuart. At the age of eight, Stuart began to develop one of the most misunderstood neurological disorders of our time...Tourettes Syndrome. Stuart invites you to join him in creating the foundation for your own mental health to mental wealth UNSTOPPABLE LIFE.

Concurrent Sessions (morning) RPE and MARPE: Full Digital Workflow Design and Fabrication Lance Dowdle

Saturday, 10:00am–11:30am VCC West - Room 202/203/204

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Digital Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Lance Dowdle has over 30 years’ experience in the industry. He has lectured and learned across the globe. He is an expert in all phases of orthodontic appliance fabrication. Owner of Excel Orthodontics, Inc. Board member of the Association of Orthodontic Laboratory Professionals AOLP.

Exploring the contemporary digital orthodontic possibilities, focusing on the full digital workflow and fabrication of custom-made devices for maxillary expansion. Dedicated CAD-CAM RPE types and styles will be presented, along with tips and tricks for expander construction, both teeth and bone born. Co-sponsored by LeoneAmerica Dental Products, Inc.

The Digital and Automated Lab Angus Barrie, RDT

Saturday, 10:15am–11:45am VCC West - Room 205/206/207

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Digital Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Angus Barrie became a dental technician in 1987 after completing the dental technology program at Vancouver Community College and worked for both his father’s dental laboratory as well as Turner Dental Lab before moving to Vancouver in 2002. Since 2002 Angus has concentrated on implant restorations and the growth of CAD/CAM technology in the dental laboratory.

Going digital and how to incorporate these methods into your lab and how to choose the right equipment and materials best for you. Discussing the advantages of wet milling from alloys to e.max. Co-sponsored by Ivoclar Vivadent

CAD/CAM for Laboratory & inLab Software 19

Devaughn Fraser has worked in the dental industry for 16 yrs 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.

Devaughn Fraser, DT

Saturday, 10:30am–12:00pm VCC West - Room 208/209

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Digital Dentistry CE Approval

98

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Curious? Terrific. Come and see how inLab 19 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


Exocad – The Swiss Army Knife of CAD Mark Rotsaert

Saturday, 12:30pm–2:00pm VCC West - Room 205/206/207

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Digital Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Get Cybersmart: Technology for an Efficient and Secure Practice Dean Smith

Saturday, 12:30pm–2:00pm VCC West - Room 208/209

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Technology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Intro to Ceramic Implants, Smile Design and Digital Impressions Dan Hagi, DDS, FAGD, FICOI, (a)FAAID Gil Hagi, Hon BSc. Computer Science

Saturday, 1:00pm–2:30pm

VCC West - Room 202/203/204 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Digital Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Dental Technicians Association of BC – Sessions

Concurrent Sessions (afternoon) Mark Rotsaert been involved in digital dentistry for more than 20 years. More than fifty years ago Mark’s father, Henri, established Rotsaert Dental Laboratory in Hamilton, Ontario. The lab is involved in digital dentistry for more than 25 years. In 2004 started Emerald Dental Works and now sells digital solutions for the dental industry.

In the dental lab we are faced with many cases and issues that need to be designed out of the standard approach to making a restoration. From the intra-oral scan to the finished case, Mark will discuss strategies using Exocad. Co-sponsored by Emerald Dental Works

Dean Smith is the Information Technology Manager at the Canadian Dental Association (CDA) and is responsible for all aspects of technology at CDA. Security and risk are the two primary focus areas of Information Technology within CDA and Dean ensures CDA leads Canadian dentistry in promoting security and privacy.

In this course, you will discover the importance of cybersecurity in dental offices. The objective is to understand cyber-attacks and why it is important to take steps to prevent attacks before they happen.

Dan Hagi is a Fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantology, Academy of General Dentistry, International Academy of Dentofacial Aesthetics and an associate Fellow of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, with a focus on aesthetic dentistry and metal-free oral implant rehabilitation. He is an international lecturer, published author and consultant to several dental manufacturers. Gil Hagi is the founder of Tasty Tech Ltd., a leading devloper of digital smile design and simulation software solutions including Smile Designer Pro and Miro Smiles. Prior to founding Tasty Tech, Gil spent 10 years as a software engineer, creating user-centric tools for the film and graphic design industries.

We will learn what why ceramic implants can be considered a first choice implant. Utilizing Smile Designer Pro software we will see how we can get patients excited for treatment. The digital workflow is brought to life using cutting edge extra-oral imaging and intraoral scanning. Co-sponsored by Carestream Dental

99


Dental Technicians Association of BC – Sessions

Concurrent Sessions (afternoon) 3D Applications for the Modern Day Lab Workflow Mark Chan, DD

Saturday, 2:30pm–4:00pm

VCC West - Room 202/203/204 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Digital Dentistry CE Approval

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

This lecture will focus on the various applications of 3D printing and additive technology for the modern day dental laboratory. We will also explore the difference between printers on the market, what materials are available, and how to be more profitable and efficient using additive technology. Co-sponsored by Swiss NF Metals, Inc.

From Equipment to Software: Owning the Perfect Partnership for Today’s Digital Lab Michelle Glover, CDA Level 2

Saturday, 3:00pm–4:30pm VCC West - Room 208/209

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Digital Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Innovative Solutions for Major Problems in Daily Lab Work Bassam Haddad, CDT

Saturday, 3:00pm–4:30pm

VCC West - Room 205/206/207 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Materials/Techniques CE Approval

100

CDSBC CL

Mark Chan received his diploma from Denturism in Toronto at George Brown College with honours. Currently Mark is practicing in Ontario with a main focus on high-end removable and implant prosthetics. With a passion for both technical and clinical techniques he is certified in Bio-logic, BPS and SDC denture concepts and is a ZunstZhanWerk “Art of Denture” award winning Denturist.

CDSBC CL

ADA&C

Y

CDHBC N/A

Michelle Glover graduated with honour’s from George Brown College as a Level II Dental Assistant. She worked as lead CEREC CDA in private practice for five years where she developed her skills in the world of digital dentistry. Michelle became very passionate and well versed in CAD/CAM and the benefits it provides to the dental industry through advanced training with CEREC Doctors.

How digital dentistry begins with the dentist and ends with the perfect prosthetic made by the lab with remarkable precision. Real Cases show a complete workflow, from Intraoral scan, to design and fabrication in the lab. Learn how milling or printing, can cover all your CAD/CAM needs. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

Bassam Haddad 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. He is the author of several international articles and a proud member of Oral Design international group.

Using One Touch No Limits 3D paste materials to create (3D Vita Master shades) on Zirconia and Lithium disilicates. A game changer for monolithic restorations. Demonstrating how to aesthetically achieve and anatomically correct gum shape and shades with One Touch 3D Pink. Co-sponsored by Dentaurum Canada Inc.


It’s never been easier to give your patients the smile they want. Introducing the Invisalign® Go system, the treatment designed with dentists like you in mind. Complete digital end-to-end workflow: makes integration into your practice easy. Simplified case selection process: means successful treatment planning with confidence. Invisalign’s proven technology for moving teeth: backed by 20 years of research and over 6 million cases, partner with the leader in clear aligner treatment.

Becoming an Invisalign® provider has never been easier. Complete your digital onboarding in just 45 minutes from your home or office.* Learn more and register at provider.invisalign.com

* Course consists of 3 modules, approximately 15 minutes each © 2019 Align Technology Inc. All rights reserved. MKT-0003111 Rev A


Be sure to visit the Exhibit Hall 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.

Exhibitor personnel are on hand for two full days to provide their expertise for you to make the right choice for your practice. This is the best opportunity you will have this year to make your office purchase and take advantage of show specials.

Thursday Co-sponsor

Friday Co-sponsor

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Booth 104

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Dental Brands Dental Brands Dental Brands

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Hiossen Hiossen Hiossen Hiossen 411

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Patterson Patterson Patterson Patterson

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CDSPI CDSPI

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304 304 304 304

951

Scotiabank Scotiabank CDSPI CDSPI Scotiabank

KaVo Kerr

KaVo Kerr

KaVo Kerr KaVo Kerr

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KaVo Kerr

221

PSA PSA

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Sinclair Sinclair Sinclair

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Sunstar Sunstar

Sunstar Sunstar

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Kerr

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Straumann Straumann

STAGE

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Dentsply Dentsply Dentsply Sirona SironaSirona Dentsply Sirona

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AISLE 800800 AISLE AISLE 900 AISLE 900

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Crest Oral-B

645

645

AISLE 700Oral-B AISLE 700 Crest

545

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Sirona Dentsply Dentsply 445 Sirona Sirona Dentsply 545 445 445 Sirona

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Implant Megagen Megagen 145 Implant 245 Implant Megagen 145 245 Implant 145

451 550

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3M Oral Care AISLE 500

351 450

AISLE 400 AISLE 400

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Arcade 257 258 356 156 W 457 357 W W156 156 Arcade Arcade 257 258 257 356 258 356 357 457 556 357457 Arcade 257 258 356 156 457 357 556

AISLE 100 AISLE 100100 AISLE

Exhibit Hall Floor Plan

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.

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PhilipsPhilips Sonicare Sonicare

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— 600 exhibit booths to explore! Exhibitor Listings

Exhibit Hours

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Friday, March 6, 8:30am–5:30pm Lunch available 11am–12:30pm Thursday and Friday

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Registration Level (L1) Exhibits Floor Plan

Registration Level (L1) Exhibits Floor Plan Organizations that support dental professionals are now located on the Registration Level 1 (L1). Representatives will be on hand for two full days to provide information about their.

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Lookout Housing and Health Society Canadian Dental Association Dental Tribune America, LLC First Nations Health Authority East Side Dental Clinic FDI - World Dental Federation College of Denturists of BC Denturist Association of British Columbia College of Dental Technicians of BC Dental Technicians Association of BC Canadian Dental Hygienists Association British Columbia Dental Hygienists’ Association

ESCALATORS to EXHIBIT HALL

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Canadian Dental Assistants’ Association Certified Dental Assistants of British Columbia Vancouver and District Dental Society Dental Industry Association of Canada BC Oral Biopsy Service Oral Oncology BC Cancer Agency BC Oral Cancer Prevention Program Strathcona Community Dental Clinic Vancouver Community College Foundation Western Society of Periodontology Health Canada City Care Dental Society


Exhibitor Listings Atop Dental Canada Inc. www.atopdent.ca 416-293-2868 Booth 1350 jay@atopdent.ca

3M Oral Care www.3M.ca/dental 519-452-6560 Booth 545 gkmcglynn@mmm.com

Attridge www.attridgeconsulting.ca 888-337-7781 Booth 1708 info@attridgegroup.com

A-dec, Inc. www.a-dec.com 503-548-7478 Booth 645 domestic@a-dec.com

Aurum Group www.aurumgroup.com 800-661-1169 Booth 1103 cerum@aurumgroup.com

ABELDent Inc. www.ABELDent.com 800-267-2235 Booth 1324 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/us 800-289-6367 x260 Booth 1505 shannon.hickman@acteongroup.com

BC Oral Cancer Prevention Program 604-822-8433 Booth L1-23 dlaronde@dentistry.ubc.ca

Adit www.adit.com 832-488-0567 Booths 550, 1644, 1515 info@adit.co

BCCDC - Community Antimicrobial Stewardship www.antibioticwise.ca 604-707-2518 Booth 1921 dbnd@bccdc.ca

Air Techniques www.airtechniques.com 800-247-8324 Booth 336 airtechny@gmail.com Al Heaps & Associates Inc. www.HEAPSandDOYLE.com 604-724-1964 Booth 951 henry@heapsanddoyle.com Align Technology www.invisalign.ca 888-822-5446 Booth 311 getcertified@aligntech.com Allstar Dental Laboratories www.allstardental.com 604-872-2552 Booth 1943 info@allstardental.com Altima Dental www.altimadental.com 416-785-1828 x231 Booth 351 lcerrone@altima.ca Apteryx Imaging www.apteryx.com 844-952-7327 Booth 1821 info@apteryx.com Arborlea Developments Ltd. www.arborleadev.com 604-587-5550 Booth 1456 info@arborleadev.com Argen Canada www.argencanada.com 778-478-8439 x217 Booth 1524 richardn@argencanada.com Aseptico www.aseptico.com 425-487-3157 Booth 1152 conv@aseptico.com

BDO Canada LLP www.bdo.ca 604-688-5421 Booth 1551 vancouver@bdo.ca Belmont / Takara Company Canada Ltd. www.belmont.ca 905-822-2755 Booth 1045 patrick@belmont.ca Bijan Law Corporation www.bijan.law 604-506-6000 Booth 1500 bijan@bijan.law BioHorizons Canada www.biohorizons.com 866-468-8338 Booth 1511 infocanada@biohorizons.com Bisco Dental Products Canada Inc. www.biscocanada.com 604-276-8662 Booth 1211 info@biscocanada.com Blue & Green Inc. www.blueandgreeninc.com 416-733-7900 Booth 1645 info@blueandgreeninc.com Brasseler Canada www.brasselerusa.com 800-363-3838 Booth 851 CanadaCustomerService@Brasseler.com British Columbia Dental Association www.bcdental.org 604-736-7202 Booth 721 bcda@bcdental.org British Columbia Dental Hygienists’ Association www.bcdha.com 604-415-4559 Booth L1-16 info@bcdha.bc.ca

Canadian Dental Assistants’ Association www.cdaa.ca 613-521-5495 Booth L1-17 info@cdaa.ca

Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services www.clinicalresearchdental.com 800-265-3444 Booth 1021 info@clinicalresearchdental.com

Canadian Dental Association www.cda-adc.ca 613-520-5013 Booth L1-3 zburt@cda-adc.ca

Colgate www.colgateprofessional.com 416-421-6000 Booth 1121

Canadian Dental Hygienists Association www.cdha.ca 800-267-5235 Booth 1752, L1-15 info@cdha.ca Carestream Dental www.carestreamdental.com 855-762-2291 Booth 936 debra.roschetzky@csdental.com Carl Zeiss Canada Ltd. www.zeiss.ca 416-449-4660 Booth 457 czcmed@zeiss.com Catch-22 Solutions Inc. www.c22solutions.com 604-220-9794 Booth 1844 michael.lamoureux@c22solutions.com CDSPI www.cdspi.com 1-800-561-9401 cdspi@cdspi.com

Booth 920

Certified Dental Assistants of British Columbia www.cdabc.org 604-714-1766 Booth L1-18 info@cdabc.org Cerum Ortho Organizers www.aurumgroup.com/brands/ cerum-ortho-organizers 800-661-1169 Booth 1203 mitchellj@aurumgroup.com Citagenix Inc. www.citagenix.com 877-243-6724 Booth 245 info@citagenix.com City Care Dental Society www.citydreamcentre.com 604-418-1664 Booth L1-29 wrgaudet@drrongaudet.com ClaroNav www.claronav.com 647-951-1525 Booth 1820 info@claronav.com ClearDent www.cleardent.com 866-253-2748 x1 Booth 921 info@cleardent.com Click Peaks www.clickpeaks.com 403-815-8789 Booth 1706 info@clickpeaks.com

College of Dental Hygienists of BC www.cdhbc.com 250-383-4101 Booth 1237 cdhbc@cdhbc.com College of Dental Surgeons of BC www.cdsbc.org 604-736-3621 Booth 945 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 604-742-6370 Booth L1-10 registrar@cd.bc.ca Coltene Inc. www.coltene.com 416-445-1600 Booth 1009 customerservice@scican.com

Exhibitor Listings

123Dentist www.doctors.123dentist.com 604-553-9007 x106 Booth 404 info@123dentist.com

Connect the Doc www.getconnectthedoc.com 778-882-6663 Booth 1620 nadeem@connectthedoc.com Crest Oral-B Inc. www.dentalcare.ca 416-730-4110 Booths 156, 745 tso.s@pg.com Crowe MacKay www.crowemackay.ca 604-687-4511 Booth 1058 contactus@crowemackay.ca Daekwang IDM www.kerator.com +82-2-3783-7041 Booth 1612 overdenture@kerator.com Dave’s Dental CE ww.DavesDentalCE.com 416-998-7088 Booth 1726 dave@davesdentalce.com David Mitchell General Contractor www.dmco.ca 604-805-5645 Booth 1145 davoodmoradir@gmail.com DDSource Manufacturing, Inc. www.DDSource.com 604-618-2291 Booth 1451 drandrewwilloughby@gmail.com Dens ‘N Dente www.densndente.ca 905-475-3367 x101 Booth 1230 mrazakazi@densndente.ca

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Exhibitor Listings Dental Brands www.dentalbrands.ca 888-441-0443 Booth 104 mlauterpacht@dentalbrands.ca

Dr Fuji 510-651-9088 Booth 1850 marketing@drfuji.com

Global Dental Relief 303-858-8857 Booth 1356 beckyb@globaldentalrelief.org

Dental Canada INSTRUMENTATION www.mydentalcanada.com 905-641-0975 Booth 1753 jongyoon@mydentalcanada.com

Ease-In-Shields 604-789-9869 Booth 1926 podrow@gmail.com

Global Surgical www.globalsurgical.com 636-861-5232 x636861526 Booth 1156 lmccarty@globalsurgical.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 Info@diac.ca Dental Office Managers Association of Canada www.officemanagers.ca 204-891-1008 Booth 1931 alex@officemanagers.ca Dental Savings Club www.dentalsavingsclub.com 888-768-1230 Booth 1221 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 L1-4 l.colquhoun@dental-tribune.com dentalcorp www.dentalcorp.ca 416-558-8338 x285 Booth 1109 robin.whittall@dentalcorp.ca Dentsply Sirona www.dentsply.ca 905-851-6060 Booths 445, 430 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 1745 info@DesignsForVision.com DiaDent Group International www.diadent.com 604-451-8851 Booth 1151 diadent@diadent.com Digital Dentistry Institute www.ddidental.com 800-668-2280 Booth 1504 barbara.cox@ddidental.com Digital Doc, LLC www.digi-doc.com 916-941-8010 Booth 1502 kkelley@digi-doc.com

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East Side Dental Clinic www.vnhs.net 604-254-9900 Booth L1-6 lex.vides@vnhs.net Eclipse Loupes And Products www.eclipseloupesandproducts.com 716-946-3167 Booths 1150, 301 James@eclipseloupesandproducts.com EDI Digital Technologies www.edidt.com 604-541-0107 Booth 202 info@ediceramics.com Embrosin Medical Technologies Inc. www.embrosin.com 416-848-3741 Booth 1929 info@embrosin.com Endo/Tech www.endo-tech.com 902-429-2257 Booth 1424 svincent@endo-tech.com Everything Uniforms www.everythinguniforms.ca 604-514-9903 Booth 656 unishop@telus.net FDI - World Dental Federation www.fdiworldental.org +41 22 560 81 41 Booth L1-9 sgirod@fdiworldental.org First Edition First Aid Training Inc. www.firsteditionfirstaid.ca 403-243-2644 Booth 1832 info@firsteditionfirstaid.ca First Nations Health Authority www.fnha.ca 604-693-6941 Booth L1-5 carol.yakiwchuk@fnha.ca Garfield Refining www.garfieldrefining.com 800-523-0968 Booth 1935 apatterson@garfieldrefining.com Garrison Dental Solutions www.garrisondental.com 616-842-2244 x214 Booth 1707 rgood@garrisondental.com GC America Inc. www.gcamerica.com 708-597-0900 Booth 1250 marlyse_williams@gcamerica.com Germiphene Corporation www.germiphene.com 519-759-7100 Booth 1827 info@germiphene.com GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare www.gsk.ca 905-814-2220 Booth 930

Goodlife Medical and Dental Supply Inc. www.goodlifemed.ca 604-807-2300 Booth 1746 admin@goodlifemed.ca HANSAmed Limited www.hansamed.net 800-363-2876 Booth 1205 info@hansamed.net Health Canada www.hc-sc.gc.ca 780-442-7356 Booth L1-28 russell.gottschalk@canada.ca Hedy Canada Inc. www.hedycanada.com 800-661-4339 Booth 1703 info@hedycanada.com Henry Schein www.henryschein.ca 604-527-8888 x2573 Booth 711 John.Meredith@henryschein.ca Hiossen Implant Canada Inc. www.hiossen.ca 604-324-0112 Booth 411 leo@hiossen.ca HiTeck Medical Instruments www.hiteckmedical.com 647-984-1226 Booth 1521 hassan@hiteckmedical.com Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. www.hu-friedy.com 773-975-6100 info@hufriedy.com

Booth 845

iFinance Dentalcard www.dentalcard.ca 888-689-9876 x501 Booth 1702 ljohnson@ifinancecanada.com Implant Direct www.implantdirect.com 661-705-4901 Booth 130 leslie.barlow@implantdirect.com Infiniti Dental Studio 888-444-0088 Booth 1932 info@digidentart.com Intiveo www.easymarkit.com 855-221-3279 Booth 451 contact@easymarkit.com Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc. www.ivoclarvivadent.ca 877-238-5711 Booth 1136

J&P Distributors Inc. www.jpdistributors.ca 604-270-3991 Booth 1933 customerservice@jpdistributors.ca John Dental Supplies Inc. www.dentalinstrument.ca 647-765-1814 Booth 1750 john@dentalinstrument.ca Johnson & Johnson Inc. www.jnjcanada.com 905-968-2000 Booth 909 Journees dentaires internationales du Quebec www.odq.qc.ca 514-875-8511 Booth 1941 congres@odq.qc.ca KaVo Kerr www.kavousa.com 414-331-3067 Booth 321 mary.koloski@kavokerr.com KaVo Kerr Imaging www.kavousa.com 414-331-3067 Booth 221 mary.koloski@kavokerr.com Kennedy Seminars www.kennedyseminars.com 204-771-2908 Booth 1704 roxanne@kennedyseminars.com Kulzer www.kulzerUS.com 800-431-1785 Booth 858 kristian.kintz@kulzer-dental.com Kuraray America www.kuraraydental.com 800-879-1676 Booth 1646 info@kuraray.com Larr Sales Inc. www.larrsales.com 905-474-2233 Booth 1709 info@larrsales.com Lenox Instrumentation www.lenoxinstruments.ca 647-982-8475 Booth 1256 lenoxinstro@gmail.com Lips Inc. www.lipsinc.com 416-567-8925 Booths 1545, 1538, 1639 warren@lipsinc.com Lookout Housing and Health Society www.lookoutsociety.ca 604-837-3292 Booth L1-2 surrey.healthmgr@lookoutsociety.ca LumaDent, Inc. www.lumadent.com 775-829-4488 Booths 552, 1225 info@lumadent.com Maxident Dental Software www.maxidentsoftware.com 800-663-7199 Booth 1425 info@maximsoftware.com


Exhibitor Listings maxill inc. www.maxill.com 519-631-7370 Booth 1450 customerservice@maxill.com

Nicola Wealth Management www.nicolawealth.com 604-604-6477 Booth 1836 lcollins@nicolawealth.com

Oral Oncology BC Cancer Agency www.bccrc.ca 604-675-8000 x7069 Booth L1-22 than@bccrc.ca

MCS Handpiece Ltd. www.mcshandpiece.com 604-575-8544 Booth 1806 info@mcshandpiece.com

NK Media Inc. 778-323-7866 Booth 1830 nasheel@gmail.com

Oral Science www.oralscience.com 888-442-7070 Booth 903 info@oralscience.com

Nobel Biocare Canada Inc. www.nobelbiocare.com 800-939-9394 Booth 131 info.canada@nobelbiocare.com

Medesphere www.medesphere.com 866-444-0557 Booth 1934 chilman@medesphere.com

Novel Toy Co. Ltd. www.noveltoy.ca 800-663-8966 hello@noveltoy.ca

Medianv www.medianv.com 877-412-5204 Booths 1251, 1627 sales@medianv.com

NSK www.nskdental.com 888-675-1675 Booth 304 info@nskdental.com

Medicom www.medicom.com 514-636-6262

nu apparel www.nuapparel.ca 604-417-6522 Booth 1557 manthanhhoang@yahoo.com

Booth 350

Medline Medical Mart www.medimart.com 905-624-6201 x1112 Booth 1736 iglass@medimart.com Megagen Implant 778-668-7334 Booths 145, 136 shawn@megagen.ca Microcopy www.microcopydental.com /products 770-425-5715 x223 Booth 1258 astancil@microcopydental.com Mid-Continental Dental Supply Co. Ltd. 204-888-5031 x0 Booth 1852 alana.d.meyer@gmail.com Midmark Corporation www.midmark.com 800-643-6275 Booth 345 tradeshows@midmark.com Miele Limited www.mieleprofessional.ca 888-325-3957 Booth 1725 professional@miele.ca MKR Dental Cabinets www.mkrcabinets.com 613-392-1402 Booth 357 brittany@mkrcabinets.com National Dental Inc. www.nationaldental.com 800-392-1171 x102 Booth 1445 neilmagneson@gmail.com National Massage Chairs www.nationalmassagechair.ca 604-253-6636 Booth 1650 info@nationalmassagechair.ca Navigate Surgical Technologies Inc. www.navigatesurgical.com 604-637-4497 Booth 201 info@navigatesurgical.com

Booth 1657

Ocean Ceramics Ltd. www.oceanceramics.com 604-777-1337 Booth 1351 kerri@oceanceramics.com Opentemp www.opentemp.ca 604-805-2617 Booth 1927 moekasaei@gmail.com

Orascoptic www.orascoptic.com 800-369-3698 Booth 330 allison.rocca@orascoptic.com Orbital Support Systems Inc. www.orbitalsupportsystems.com 604-603-3341 Booth 1625 info@orbitalchair.com Pacific Blue Cross www.pac.bluecross.ca 604-419-2000 Booth 1658 Pacific Training Institute for Facial Aesthetics www.ptifa.com 604-681-0066 Booth 302 Carly@ptifa.com Paradise Dental Technologies www.pdtdental.com 800-240-9895 Booth 1720 wendypdt@yahoo.com Patrola Law Corporation www.patrolalaw.com 778-565-4700 x102 Booth 1822 ppatrola@patrolalaw.com

Pelton & Crane www.pelton.net 414-331-3067 Booth 230 mary.koloski@kavokerr.com Perrin Dental Laboratory Ltd. 604-732-4497 Booth 1939 perrindental@outlook.com Philips Sonicare www.philipsoralhealthcare.com 800-676-7664 Booth 703 Planmeca USA, Inc. www.planmecausa.com 630-529-2300 Booth 1431 sales@Planmecausa.com Plaque HD www.plaquehd.com 514-242-3855 Booth 1938 imiller@plaquehd.com PlayCheques Financial Solutions www.playcheques.com 604-715-7993 Booth 450 chris@playcheques.com

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Medcorp Construction 604-783-4279 Booth 1053 gary@medcorp.ca

Patterson Dental www.pattersondental.com 604-247-1991 Booth 421 968.branch@pattersondental.ca

Power Dental USA Inc. www.mydentalusa.com 815-363-8003 Booth 1405 info@mydentalusa.com Practices Made Perfect www.practicesmadeperfect.ca 416-732-1855 Booth 257 brad@practicesmadeperfect.ca Precision Dental Handpiece & Supplies Inc. www.precisiondental.ca 866-729-9229 Booth 1937 admin@precisiondental.ca Premier Dental (Canada) www.premusa.com 416-564-5881 Booth 1051 dgrassie@premusa.com Premium Dental Laboratories Ltd. www.premiumlab.com 604-294-2881 Booths 1227, 501 prem2@telus.net Professional Practice Sales Ltd. www.ppsales.com 604-913-7717 Booth 102 mike.suffield@ppsales.com Professional Sales Associates, Inc. www.profsales.com 330-299-7343 Booth 211 pam@profsales.com ProNorth Medical Corp www.pronorthmed.ca 604-787-5185 Booth 258 info@pronorthmed.ca

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Exhibitor Listings ProNorth Medical Corp www.pronorthmed.ca 604-787-5185 Booth 258 info@pronorthmed.ca

Sable Industries Inc. www.sableindustriesinc.com 519-579-9323 x224 Booth 251 rnick@sableindustriesinc.com

SteriLog www.sterilog.ca 416-571-0660 sam@sterilog.ca

ProSites, Inc. www.prosites.com 888-932-3644 Booth 1603 info@prosites.com

Safari Dental Inc. www.safaridental.com 450-433-5754 Booth 1631 sales@safaridental.com

Protec Dental Laboratories Ltd. www.protecdental.com 604-873-8000 Booth 1321 info@protecdental.com

School of Dentistry, University of Alberta www.ualberta.ca/school-of-dentistry 780-492-5431 Booth 1846 btwiltsh@ualberta.ca

Strathcona Community Dental Clinic www.strathcona-health.ca 604-713-5851 Booth L1-24 strathconahealth@vsb.bc.ca

Transitions Group North America www.tgnapracticemanagement.com 905-681-1011 Booth 558 mdewan@tcgdds.com

Straumann www.straumann.ca 800-363-4024 Booth 111 info.can@straumann.com

Tri Hawk www.trihawk.com 877-874-4295 Booth 1537 dentalinfo@trihawk.com

SciCan Ltd. www.scican.com 416-446-4515 Booth 1013 aearnshaw@scican.com

Sunstar Canada www.GUMBrand.com 519-341-3318 Booth 121 lynn.mcpherson@ca.sunstar.com

Tuttnauer Canada 604-816-2065 Booth 1940 g.kowalczyk@shaw.ca

Scotiabank www.scotiabank.com 604-619-4699 Booth 821 shaun.east@scotiabank.com

Supermax Healthcare Canada Inc. www.supermaxcanada.com 450-926-2828 Booth 1525 sbergeron@supermaxcanada.com

UBC Faculty of Dentistry, Continuing Dental Education www.dentistry.ubc.ca 604-822-6751 Booth 1345 alumni@dentistry.ubc.ca

SDI (North America) Inc. www.sdi.com.au 630-361-9200 Booth 1812 usa.canada@sdi.com.au

Sure Dental www.suredental.com 888-277-2335 Booth 1751 info@suredental.com

Ultimate Creations, Inc. www.InfiniteAloe.com 323-378-3345 Booths 1744, 1510 chrissie@ultcreate.com

Septodont www.septodont.ca 519-623-0506

Surgical Room Inc. www.thesurgicalroom.ca 866-399-4609 Booth 1712 info@thesurgicalroom.ca

Ultralight Optics www.ultralightoptics.com 323-316-4514 Booths 1437, 1420 customerservice@ultralightoptics.com

Surgical Smart Implant Inc. www.surgicalsmart.com 1-778-839-2599 Booth 1925 eddie@surgicalsmart.com

UNICE Dental Art Ltd. www.unicedental.com 403-277-2515 Booth 1621 info@unicedental.com

Surgically Clean Air Inc. www.surgicallycleanair.com 877-440-7770 x702 Booth 1457 info@surgicallycleanair.com

UniNature Dental Enterprise (BC) Inc. www.uninaturedental.com 604-270-8911 Booth 1630 info@uninaturedental.com

SurgiTel www.surgitel.com 800-959-0153 Booth 1531 support@surgitel.com

Univet Optical Technologies North America Inc. www.univet.it 647-201-4434 Booth 1031 atif.sarfraz@univet-optic.com

Proto3000 www.proto3000.com 905-738-1779 Booth 1636 info@proto3000.com Purtzki Johansen & Associates www.justfordentists.com 604-669-7558 Booth 1337 purtzki@purtzki.com Q-Optics www.q-optics.com 866-399-4609 Booth 1713 qoptics@thesurgicalroom.ca Raj Hans Inc. Chartered Professional Accountants www.rajhans.ca 604-746-7770 Booth 1637 rajca@shaw.ca Rayscan Canada, Ltd. www.rayamerica.com 800-976-4586 Booth 401 info@rayamerica.com RBC Royal Bank www.rbc.com 604-665-9771 Booth 1856 shannon.spani@rbc.com RecallMax www.recallmax.com 800-651-8603 Booth 1421 Redfern Ent. Ltd. www.redfernent.com 403-735-5130 x226 Booths 356, 1253 leanne@redfernent.com Renaissance RCA Dental Lab. www.rcalab.com 604-980-0100 Booth 1651 rcalab@hotmail.com RGP Dental, Inc. www.rgpergo.com 800-522-9695 Booth 1730 tradeshows@rgpergo.us ROI Corporation www.roicorp.com 604-220-2396 Booth 556 marcia@roicorp.com Royal Canadian Dental Corps www.forces.gc.ca 604-666-0166 Booth 1357 anthony.wright@forces.gc.ca

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Booth 1824

Shaw Lab Group www.shawlabgroup.com 416-977-0700 Booth 1839 ihall@shawlabgroup.com Shofu Dental Corporation www.shofu.com 800-827-4638 Booth 1547 customer-service@shofu.com Sinclair Dental www.sinclairdental.com 800-663-7393 Booth 731 info@sinclairdental.com SmartWeb Canada www.smartwebcanada.com 778-996-3232 Booth 1758 sales@swcweb.ca Smile Sonica Inc. www.aevosystem.com 587-758-8433 Booth 1920 darryl.lesiuk@smilesonica.com Snap On Optics www.snaponoptics.com 602-272-0827 Booth 1056 raysnaponoptics@gmail.com Solutionreach www.solutionreach.com 866-605-6867 Booth 1928 sales@solutionreach.com Sowingo.com Corp. www.sowingo.com 888-997-3133 Booth 1724 ayesha@sowingo.com

Booth 1757

Synca Marketing Inc. www.synca.com 800-667-9622 Booth 1331 TD Canada Trust www.tdcanadatrust.com/ smallbusiness/professionals.jsp 604-376-1205 Booth 1721 matthew.obrien@td.com The Institute for Dental Excellence www.tideinc.ca 416-827-4901 Booth 1737 gina@tideinc.ca Tier Three Brokerage Ltd. www.tierthree.ca 289-242-8962 Booth 1607 admin@tierthree.ca Tokuyama Dental America www.Tokuyama-us.com 760-942-7211 Booth 1624 info@tokuyama-us.com

Tracker www.gotracker.com 800-922-7434 Booth 1808 sales@gotracker.com

uwwweb Inc. www.uwwweb.com 647-466-0584 Booth 1923 info@uwwweb.com Valuemed Professional Products Ltd. www.valuemed.ca 780-454-1899 x202 Booth 1613 chrisjohnson@valuemed.ca Vancouver and District Dental Society www.vdds.com 604-683-5730 Booth L1-19 robyn@vdds.com Vancouver Community College Foundation www.vcc.ca/foundation 604-871-7067 Booth L1-25 nnesbitt@vcc.ca


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Vita North America www.vitanorthamerica.com 714-221-6726 Booth 957 glopez@vitanorthamerica.com VOCO Canada, Inc. www.voco.com 888-658-2584 Booth 1245 info@voco.com Waterpik Canada www.waterpik.com 800-525-2020 Booth 1411 kwalters@waterpik.com Weave www.getweave.com 801-897-8443 Booth 1606 gentry.thomson@getweave.com Westan Dental Products www.westan.ca 204-294-5663 Booth 1055 westandental@hotmail.com Western Handpiece Repair Ltd. www.westernhandpiece.ca 778-433-5320 Booth 1604 westernhandpiece@gmail.com

M0532 - MOD (1214)

M05232 - MOD (1214) M05232 - MOD (1214)

WORKFORCE Dental Staffing Solutions www.workforcedentalstaffing.com 833-336-8250 Booth 1833 mike@workforce.ca Worko Dental Staffing www.worko.ca 778-997-6775 Booth 1756 info@worko.ca ZERO GRAVITY 786-955-4119 Booths 1536, 1610 natalia@zerogravityskin.com Zimmer Biomet Dental Canada Inc. www.zimmerbiometdental.com 905-567-2374 Booth 1512 joyce.haddad@zimmerbiomet.com Zirkonzahn Worldwide www.zirkonzahn.com +39 0474 066 660 Booth 1731 elena.chudakova@zirkonzahn.com

Aesthetic Products

Bisco Dental Products Canada Inc. Dens ‘N Dente Dental Brands Dentsply Sirona GC America Inc. Germiphene Corporation Henry Schein Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc. Kulzer Oral Science Pacific Training Institute for Facial Aesthetics Patterson Dental SDI (North America) Inc. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Synca Marketing Inc. Ultimate Creations, Inc. UniNature Dental Enterprise (BC) Inc. Valuemed Professional Products Ltd.

DDSource Manufacturing, Inc. Dens ‘N Dente Dental Brands Dentsply Sirona HANSAmed Limited Henry Schein Medline 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 Dental Assistants’ Association Canadian Dental Association Canadian Dental Hygienists Association Certified Dental Assistants of BC City Care Dental Society 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 Office Managers Association of Canada Dental Technicians Association of BC Denturist Association of BC FDI - World Dental Federation Journees dentaires internationales du Quebec 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.

Aurum Group Bisco Dental Products Canada Inc. Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services Dens ‘N Dente Dental Brands Dentsply Sirona GC America Inc. Henry Schein Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc. Kulzer Kuraray America Patterson Dental SDI (North America) Inc. Septodont Shofu Dental Corporation Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Sure Dental Synca Marketing Inc. Tokuyama Dental America Valuemed Professional Products Ltd. VOCO Canada, Inc.

Western Society of Periodontology www.wsperio.org 813-444-1011 Booth L1-26 tgoldman@wsperio.org

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Opentemp RecallMax ROI Corporation Solutionreach Sowingo.com Corp. SteriLog Surgical Smart Implant Inc. uwwweb Inc.

Computers and Software

ABELDent Inc. ClearDent Connect the Doc Henry Schein Intiveo KaVo Kerr Imaging Maxident Dental Software Medianv Navigate Surgical Technologies Inc. Professional Sales Associates, Inc. ProSites, Inc. RecallMax Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. SmartWeb Canada Solutionreach Sowingo.com Corp. SteriLog Tracker Weave Zirkonzahn Worldwide

Consulting and Transition Services

Al Heaps & Associates Inc. Attridge BDO Canada LLP Bijan Law Corporation Crowe MacKay LLP Dens ‘N Dente Dental Brands First Nations Health Authority Intiveo Patrola Law Corporation Practices Made Perfect Purtzki Johansen & Associates RecallMax ROI Corporation Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Tier Three Brokerage Ltd. Transitions Group North America

Crown and Bridge, Denture and other Prosthodontic Products Allstar Dental Laboratories Coltene Inc. Daekwang IDM DDSource Manufacturing, Inc.

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Dens ‘N Dente Dental Brands Dentsply Sirona EDI Digital Technologies GC America Inc. Henry Schein Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc. Kuraray America 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. Westan Dental Products Zirkonzahn Worldwide

Dental Cabinetry

A-dec, Inc. Belmont/Takara Company Canada Ltd. Dental Fix Rx Henry Schein Midmark Corporation MKR Dental Cabinets Patterson Dental Pelton & Crane Planmeca USA, Inc. Professional Sales Associates, Inc. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd.

Dental Education

123Dentist Align Technology Aurum Group Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services Dave’s Dental CE dentalcorp Dentsply Sirona Digital Dentistry Institute First Edition First Aid Training Inc. First Nations Health Authority Germiphene Corporation HANSAmed Limited Henry Schein HiTeck Medical Instruments Kennedy Seminars Kulzer Navigate Surgical Technologies Inc. Ocean Ceramics Ltd. Oral Science

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Pacific Training Institute for Facial Aesthetics ROI Corporation School of Dentistry, University of Alberta Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Straumann The Institute for Dental Excellence Transitions Group North America UBC Faculty of Dentistry, Continuing Dental Education UniNature Dental Enterprise (BC) Inc. Vancouver Community College Foundation Western Society of Periodontology Zirkonzahn Worldwide

Dental Equipment and Chairs

A-dec, Inc. ACTEON North America Aseptico Atop Dental Canada Inc. Belmont/Takara Company Canada Ltd. Coltene Inc. Dens ‘N Dente Dental Brands Dental Fix Rx Dentsply Sirona DiaDent Group International EDI Digital Technologies First Edition First Aid Training Inc.

Dental Equipment and Chairs (continued)

Global Surgical Henry Schein Lips Inc. Medline Medical Mart Midmark Corporation National Dental Inc. National Massage Chairs Navigate Surgical Technologies Inc. Orascoptic Orbital Support Systems Inc. Patterson Dental Pelton & Crane Planmeca USA, Inc. Precision Dental Handpiece & Supplies Inc. Professional Sales Associates, Inc. Rayscan Canada, Ltd. RGP Dental, Inc. Sable Industries Inc. Safari Dental Inc. SciCan Ltd. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Surgically Clean Air Inc.


Exhibitor Products Dental Equipment Repairs

Dental Instruments

A-dec, Inc. ACTEON North America Atop Dental Canada Inc. Aurum Group BioHorizons Canada Blue & Green Inc. Brasseler Canada Daekwang IDM Dental Brands Dental Canada INSTRUMENTATION Dental Fix Rx Dental Savings Club Dentsply Sirona EDI Digital Technologies Embrosin Medical Technologies Inc. Garrison Dental Solutions Germiphene Corporation Goodlife Medical and Dental Supply Inc. HANSAmed Limited Henry Schein HiTeck Medical Instruments Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. KaVo Kerr Lenox Instrumentation Lips Inc. MCS Handpiece Ltd. Medline Medical Mart National Dental Inc. Navigate Surgical Technologies Inc. NSK Paradise Dental Technologies Patterson Dental Power Dental USA Inc. Precision Dental Handpiece & Supplies Inc. Premier Dental (Canada) ProNorth Medical Corp. Q-Optics SciCan Ltd. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Smile Sonica Inc. Surgical Room Inc. Surgical Smart Implant Inc. Tri Hawk Valuemed Professional Products Ltd.

Dental Laboratories

Allstar Dental Laboratories Aurum Group Dentsply Sirona EDI Digital Technologies Henry Schein Lips Inc. Ocean Ceramics Ltd. Pelton & Crane Precision Dental Handpiece & Supplies Inc. Premium Dental Laboratories Ltd. Protec Dental Laboratories Ltd. Proto3000 Renaissance RCA Dental Lab. Shaw Lab Group Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Synca Marketing Inc. UNICE Dental Art Ltd. UniNature Dental Enterprise (BC) Inc. Valuemed Professional Products Ltd. Zirkonzahn Worldwide

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Exhibitor Products

Belmont/Takara Company Canada Ltd. Dental Brands Dental Fix Rx Dental Savings Club Henry Schein MCS Handpiece Ltd. Patterson Dental Power Dental USA Inc. Precision Dental Handpiece & Supplies Inc. Sable Industries Inc. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Western Handpiece Repair Ltd.

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Dental Supplies

3M Oral Care ACTEON North America Atop Dental Canada Inc. Aurum Group BioHorizons Canada Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services Colgate Coltene Inc. DDSource Manufacturing, Inc. Dens ‘N Dente Dental Brands Dental Fix Rx Dental Savings Club Dentsply Sirona DiaDent Group International EDI Digital Technologies First Edition First Aid Training Inc. Germiphene Corporation Goodlife Medical and Dental Supply Inc. HANSAmed Limited Henry Schein Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. J&P Distributors Inc. John Dental Supplies Inc. Kulzer Larr Sales Inc. maxill inc. Medicom Medline Medical Mart Oral Science Patterson Dental Plaque HD Precision Dental Handpiece & Supplies Inc. Premier Dental (Canada) ProNorth Medical Corp. 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. Surgical Smart Implant Inc. Synca Marketing Inc. Tri Hawk Valuemed Professional Products Ltd. Waterpik Canada Westan Dental Products

Diamonds, Burs, and Polishing

Aurum Group Blue & Green Inc. Brasseler Canada Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services Coltene Inc. Dens ‘N Dente Dental Brands Dental Savings Club Henry Schein Microcopy Patterson Dental Premier Dental (Canada)

Diamonds, Burs, and Polishing (continued)

Shofu Dental Corporation Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Tri Hawk Valuemed Professional Products Ltd. Westan Dental Products

Endodontic Supplies

Bisco Dental Products Canada Inc. Brasseler Canada Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services Coltene Inc. DDSource Manufacturing, Inc. Dens ‘N Dente Dental Brands Dentsply Sirona DiaDent Group International Endo/Tech Henry Schein Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. Patterson Dental Precision Dental Handpiece & Supplies Inc. Premier Dental (Canada) Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Tri Hawk Valuemed Professional Products Ltd. Westan Dental Products

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Financial Services

BDO Canada LLP CDSPI Crowe MacKay LLP Dental Brands Dental Fix Rx Henry Schein iFinance Dentalcard Nicola Wealth Management Patterson Dental PlayCheques Financial Solutions Purtzki Johansen & Associates Raj Hans Inc. Chartered Professional Accountants RBC Royal Bank Scotiabank Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. TD Canada Trust

Implantology and Restorative Attachments

Aseptico BioHorizons Canada Blue & Green Inc. Citagenix Inc. ClaroNav Dental Brands Dentsply Sirona HANSAmed Limited Hiossen Implant Canada Inc. Implant Direct Megagen Implant Navigate Surgical Technologies Inc. Nobel Biocare Canada Inc. Power Dental USA Inc. Precision Dental Handpiece & Supplies Inc. Q-Optics Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Straumann Tri Hawk UniNature Dental Enterprise (BC) Inc. Westan Dental Products Zimmer Biomet Dental Canada Inc.

Infection Control Products

3M Oral Care ACTEON North America Air Techniques Colgate Coltene Inc. DDSource Manufacturing, Inc. Dens ‘N Dente Dental Brands Dental Fix Rx GC America Inc. Germiphene Corporation Goodlife Medical and Dental Supply Inc. HANSAmed Limited Hedy Canada Inc. Henry Schein Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. Kulzer maxill inc. Medicom Medline Medical Mart MKR Dental Cabinets Patterson Dental Sable Industries Inc. SciCan Ltd. Septodont Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. SteriLog Supermax Healthcare Canada Inc. Surgically Clean Air Inc. Tri Hawk Tuttnauer Canada Valuemed Professional Products Ltd.

Office Design

Arborlea Developments Ltd. Dens ‘N Dente Dental Brands Dental Fix Rx Dentsply Sirona Henry Schein Lips Inc. MKR Dental Cabinets Orbital Support Systems Inc. Patterson Dental Pelton & Crane Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd.

Office Supplies

Henry Schein Medline Medical Mart Patterson Dental Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Solutionreach

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Other (continued)

uwwweb Inc. Vita North America Weave WORKFORCE Dental Staffing Solutions Worko Dental Staffing ZERO GRAVITY

Pharmaceuticals and Therapeutics

Colgate DDSource Manufacturing, Inc. GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare HANSAmed Limited Johnson & Johnson Inc. Medline Medical Mart Oral Science Septodont Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Valuemed Professional Products Ltd.

Precious Metal Purchaser Argen Canada Garfield Refining Company

Preventive Dental Products

Business Lawyers LLP 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

Exhibitor Products

123Dentist Adit Air Techniques Altima Dental Apteryx Imaging Aseptico BCCDC - Community Antimicrobial Stewardship BDO Canada LLP Bijan Law Corporation Carestream Dental Catch-22 Solutions Inc. Click Peaks College of Dental Hygienists of BC Crowe MacKay LLP David Mitchell General Contractor dentalcorp Digital Doc, LLC Dr Fuji Ease-In-Shields East Side Dental Clinic First Edition First Aid Training Inc. Global Dental Relief Health Canada Infiniti Dental Studio John Dental Supplies Inc. KaVo Kerr KaVo Kerr Imaging Lips Inc. Lookout Housing and Health Society Medcorp Construction Medesphere Medianv Microcopy Mid-Continental Dental Supply Co. Ltd. Miele Limited National Massage Chairs NK Media Inc. Novel Toy Co. Ltd. Opentemp Orascoptic Pacific Blue Cross Perrin Dental Laboratory Ltd. Philips Sonicare Plaque HD Professional Practice Sales Ltd. Professional Sales Associates, Inc. ProNorth Medical Corp. ProSites, Inc. Proto3000 Redfern Ent. Ltd. RGP Dental, Inc. Shofu Dental Corporation Snap On Optics SteriLog Strathcona Community Dental Clinic SurgiTel Tier Three Brokerage Ltd. Ultimate Creations, Inc. Ultralight Optics

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3M Oral Care ACTEON North America Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services Colgate Crest Oral-B Inc. DDSource Manufacturing, Inc. Dental Brands Dentsply Sirona GC America Inc. Germiphene Corporation HANSAmed Limited Henry Schein Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc. Kuraray America maxill inc. Medicom Medline Medical Mart National Dental Inc. Oral Science Patterson Dental Philips Sonicare Plaque HD Premier Dental (Canada) SDI (North America) Inc. Septodont Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Smile Sonica Inc. Sunstar Canada Valuemed Professional Products Ltd. VOCO Canada, Inc. Waterpik Canada

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Exhibitor Products

Dental Tribune America, LLC ROI Corporation Western Society of Periodontology

Restorative Materials (continued)

Patterson Dental Premier Dental (Canada) SDI (North America) Inc. Septodont Shofu Dental Corporation Radiography Supplies Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. and Services Sure Dental Air Techniques Synca Marketing Inc. Apteryx Imaging Tokuyama Dental America Belmont/Takara Company Canada Ltd. Valuemed Professional Products Ltd. Dental Brands VOCO Canada, Inc. Dental Fix Rx Waterpik Canada Dental Savings Club Dentsply Sirona Henry Schein Telescopes, KaVo Kerr Imaging Kulzer Microscopes and Lights Patterson Dental Apteryx Imaging Planmeca USA, Inc. Carl Zeiss Canada Ltd. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Designs for Vision, Inc. Eclipse Loupes And Products Global Surgical Henry Schein Restorative Materials LumaDent, Inc. 3M Oral Care Orascoptic Aurum Group Patterson Dental BioHorizons Canada Q-Optics Bisco Dental Products Canada Inc. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Blue & Green Inc. Snap On Optics Clinical Research Dental SurgiTel Supplies & Services Synca Marketing Inc. Coltene Inc. Ultralight Optics DDSource Manufacturing, Inc. Univet Optical Technologies Dens ‘N Dente North America Inc. Dental Brands Dentsply Sirona Garrison Dental Solutions Uniforms GC America Inc. HANSAmed Limited Blue & Green Inc. Henry Schein Dens ‘N Dente Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. Everything Uniforms Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc. Medline Medical Mart Kulzer nu apparel Kuraray America Patterson Dental Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd.

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