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Pacific Dental Conference in conjunction with the Canadian Dental Association

March 17-19, 2016 Vancouver Convention Centre – West and East Buildings

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Conference Welcome

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Bruce Ward Director, PDC

Peter Lobb President, BCDA

Arlene Cearns President, CDABC

Brenda Wisdom Chair, BCDHA

Conference Welcome

Welcome to the 2016 Pacific Dental Conference We are very pleased to welcome everyone to the 2016 Pacific Dental Conference! A great three day program awaits all of our attendees. We are very excited to present Pacific Dental Conference in partnership with the Canadian Dental Association this year. It has been seven years since the CDA participated in our meeting. We are sure to be seeing some new faces in the halls of the Vancouver Convention Centre as attendees from across Canada join us in support of the CDA. We have 130 speakers presenting this year on a varied and dynamic range of topics and again 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 United Kingdom and Asia. Canada will be highlighted in the ‘Canadian Speaker Series’ including topics on sleep apnea, oral cancer, implants, composite restorations, hypnosis, lasers, the effects of gastrointestinal disease and preventing dental decay by natural means. The 2016 PDC presenters are looking forward to sharing their knowledge with you and your entire dental team. The ever expanding PDC Exhibit Hall is a thriving centre of activity over the first two days of the conference with close to 265 exhibitors occupying 625 booths. Drop by and visit with your favourite suppliers, connect with new ones, learn about the latest technologies and services in dentistry and take advantage of some of the excellent show specials. The PDC Exhibit Hall is the place to be! In addition to the Live Dentistry Stage, with exceptional live demonstration programming planned over the two days, we are introducing a Product Stage. Here you will see short demonstrations showcasing new or unique products on the market – stop by and take a look! The popular So You Think You Can Speak? Series is back for the seventh year. We have a record number of sessions lined up for this Saturday program. Please come by and show your support for these new speakers who are speaking on a number of interesting topics throughout the day. Help us celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in style at the March 17 ‘A Celtic Celebration’ complete with beer and wine tasting, delicious food, and the sounds of Tiller’s Folly! This is a perfect opportunity to catch up with friends and colleagues while getting into the Irish spirit on our opening day! Our friends at FlyOver Canada are once again offering discounts for our PDC attendees – pop over to Canada Place (East Building) show your badge, and soar over this beautiful country of ours in a flight simulation ride – it’s a must! And finally, be sure to stay up to date and informed by downloading the 2016 PDC App, connect with us on Twitter (@pdconf, #2016PDC) and show us your best PDC photos on Instagram (@pdconf)! We thank you for joining us – we promise you an inspiring three days - learn, socialize, enjoy!

2016 Organizing Group Bruce Ward, DDS Director Nazeem Kanani, DDS Ray Fong, DDS 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 Tony Bae, DMD, BASc. New Member

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

Hal Hamilton President, DTABC

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Welcome from the Canadian Dental Association Welcome from the Canadian Dental Association

Dear Colleagues and Friends: It is my pleasure to welcome you to my home province of British Columbia for the 2016 Pacific Dental Conference (PDC), being held this year in conjunction with the Canadian Dental Association (CDA). CDA is delighted to be partnering with the PDC on this stellar event on the Canadian dental meeting calendar. The PDC is an ideal time to learn, connect with colleagues and friends, and find out what’s new in the dental marketplace. And this year there’s no better way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by gathering “under the rainbow” in dynamic Vancouver, where coastal beauty and unparalleled hospitality abound. The quality and breadth of the CE sessions, along with a dynamic trade show and fun social events, all speak to the outstanding efforts of the local organizing committee who have rolled out the “green” carpet for us. The committee has ensured that there’s something on offer for all members of the oral health care team. I look forward to meeting you and saying hello or “top of the morning” in the coming days at this exciting convention.

À tous mes estimés collègues et amis, J’ai le plaisir de vous souhaiter la bienvenue à la Conférence dentaire du Pacifique (CDP) de 2016 qui se tient cette année dans ma province de résidence, la Colombie-Britannique, en collaboration avec l’Association dentaire canadienne (ADC). L’ADC est ravie de s’associer à cette conférence parmi les plus prestigieuses du calendrier des congrès dentaires au Canada. La CDP est l’occasion idéale d’enrichir ses connaissances, de renouer avec des collègues et des amis, et de se renseigner sur les nouveautés du marché dentaire. Et cette année, il n’y a pas de meilleur endroit pour célébrer la Saint-Patrick que dans la ville verte de Vancouver, où les magnifiques paysages côtiers n’ont d’égal que l’hospitalité locale sans pareille. Les séances de perfectionnement variées et de qualité ainsi que la foire commerciale dynamique et les activités sociales amusantes à l’horaire témoignent de tous les efforts remarquables déployés par le comité organisateur afin de dérouler le tapis « vert » pour nous. Le comité a veillé à ce que chaque membre de l’équipe de soins dentaires y trouve son compte. Je me réjouis à la perspective de vous rencontrer au cours des prochains jours de cette conférence.

Alastair Nicoll CDA President / Président de l’ADC

Complete Pacific Dental Conference information available

at www.pdconf.com

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Contents

Contents

Welcome from Pacific Dental Conference.......................................................................................... 3 Welcome from the Canadian Dental Association............................................................................... 5 Contents............................................................................................................................................. 7 General Information............................................................................................................................ 8 Meeting Room Capacity Protocol ...................................................................................................... 9 Registration/Hotels/Parking.............................................................................................................. 10 Continuing Education Information – Reporting your CE....................................................................11 Navigate the Convention Centre...................................................................................................... 12 The PDC Mobile App........................................................................................................................ 13 Live Dentistry Stage............................................................................................................. 14, 47, 62 Lunches / Alumni Meetings .............................................................................................................. 15 Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry Annual Meeting.....................................................................16 Social Events.................................................................................................................................... 17 Alphabetical Index of Speakers................................................................................................. 19 - 22 Topic Index of Sessions and Speakers...................................................................................... 23 - 33 Canadian Speaker Series................................................................................................................. 34 CDA/DENTSPLY Clinical Research Program – Table Clinics.......................................................... 34 Hands-On Courses (Limited Attendance) ....................................................................................... 35 - 45 Invisalign Courses (Limited Attendance)................................................................................................. 42 Thursday Open Sessions.......................................................................................................... 47 - 60 Friday Open Sessions............................................................................................................... 62 - 79 Robert Hicks Memorial Lecture........................................................................................................ 63 Dental Specialists Society of BC Series .................................................................................... 69, 75 Saturday Open Sessions........................................................................................................... 80 - 83 So You Think You Can Speak? Series 7................................................................................... 84 - 89 Dental Technicians Association of BC 34th Annual Conference................................................ 90 - 92 Exhibit Hall Floor Plan............................................................................................................... 94 - 95 Exhibitor Listings..................................................................................................................... 96 - 100 Exhibitor Products................................................................................................................. 101 - 106

Sessions are at the following venues:

Vancouver Convention Centre – West Building, East Building, Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel, and BCDA Learning Centre 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

Bag Pick-Up and Lanyards in the West Building will be from 2:00pm on Wed., March 16th until 1:30pm Sat., March 19th. Bag Pick-Up and Lanyards in the East Building will be from 7:30am on Thurs., March 17th until 1:30pm on Fri., March 18th. (see location maps page 12)

“Special Announcements” and “Show News” features on the A pp provide up to the minute information

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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 10 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. 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 4:15pm 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 restrict the number of participants and require additional registration. Registration in these courses is limited and may be reserved through your Pacific Dental Conference online account.

Adding Courses or Special Events

Hands-On courses or special events may be added, subject to availability, until midnight Friday, March 4th 2016 online (www. pdconf.com) and at the registration area on-site. Use your ID and password to access your Pacific Dental Conference account and indicate which sessions or events you would like to add. You can then view your new account balance and make the necessary payments. If you did not receive 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 PDC’s. Attendees without Green dots on their badge will not 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.

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 cellular phone 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.

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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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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.

Meeting Room Capacity Protocol

The basis for how many people can be accommodated in a meeting room is governed by the Fire Department. Our hard working Room Monitors are in place to ensure that the rules are followed so please respect their instructions. This is what the Fire Department says: Each room has a set capacity for the total number of people allowed in each room – seated or standing. All of the floor plans for the PDC sessions are pre-approved by the Fire Marshall so no chairs can be added to the room above the pre-set number.

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

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Registration, Hotels, Parking Conference Name Badge

Registration Information

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

Reprinted Name Badges

If you note any spelling errors on the name badge when you receive your 2016 badge, contact the Pacific Dental Conference. Badges returned to the office before March 4th, 2016 will be reprinted at no charge. After March 4th, 2016, badges with spelling errors will be reprinted on-site for a $15 charge. The incorrect badge must be returned. If the original badge is not returned, there will be a $35 charge to reprint the badge.

Refund Policy

Refund requests received in writing prior to February 4th, 2016, are subject to a $25 administration fee plus GST. After February 4th, 2016, no refunds will be granted.

Attendee Substitution

If someone from your office is unable to attend, you are able to replace one attendee for another. The PDC office will require the substitution in writing and the original badge prior to February 19th, 2016 and will be subject to a $25 admin fee. Name changes are not permitted on-site.

Tuesday, March 15, 2016 On-site Registration

2:00pm-6:00pm

Wednesday, March 16, 2016 On-site Registration Bag Pick-up begins (West Building)

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

Thursday, March 17, 2016 On-site Registration & Bag Pick-up Scientific Program Exhibit Hall

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

Friday, March 18, 2016 On-site Registration & Bag Pick-up Scientific Program Exhibit Hall

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

Saturday, March 19, 2016 On-site Registration & Bag Pick-up Scientific Program Invisalign Fundamentals Invisalign Intermediate DTABC On-site Registration (West Building) DTABC Scientific Program (West Building)

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

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Registration / Hotels / Parking

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.

Canada Line SkyTrain–2 blocks from the Vancouver Convention Centre (Waterfront to Airport in 26 minutes) The Expo and Millennium SkyTrain Lines

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


Continuing Education / Reporting Your CE 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 as follows:

1. Hour-for-hour credit (to a maximum of 5 hours) for visiting the exhibits AND/OR 2. Hour-for-hour credit for eligible session attendance.

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, and ADA&C to be eligible for CE credit by the following symbols: Legend for Continuing Education Credits for CDSBC and ADA&C CL Clinical Dental PM Dental Practice Management NC Non-Clinical Dental

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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 Hygienists may claim up to 2 credits for visiting booths/displays at the 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 Legend for QAP content categories for CDHBC Y – Courses with a Y indicate that they align with one or more suggested QAP content categories. A legend of the QAP content categories can be viewed on the PDC and CDHBC websites. NA – Courses with an NA indicate that a QAP content category has not been identified and CDHBC registrants must use their professional discretion in determining whether the course is eligible for CE credit.

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. Make sure you are scanned in and out of every session

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

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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.


Venue Room Locations

Vancouver Convention Centre West Building East Building

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Across from West Convention Centre 1038 Canada Place

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The PDC Mobile App

The PDC Mobile App

NEW Features of the 2016 App Tutorial When you download the App you can take a quick trip through the tutorial to see what’s new and improved!

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Wayfinder NEW this year - You can navigate from one booth to the next on the Exhibit Hall floor.

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Scan this QR code to access the PDC App or download the App from your App store by searching “Pacific Dental Conference”

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Live Dentistry Stage

Live Dentistry Stage

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

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

Thursday, March 17

Friday, March 18

9:00am

8:30am

Bernard Jin, DMD, BSc, BEd

Peter Walford, DDS, FCARDP

Immediate Anterior Implant Solution with Ridge Augmentations using innovative PRF applications

Can’t Place Implants? – Take a Look at the Inlay/Flange Bridge and What it Can Do

Commentary by Dr. Mark Kwon

Co-sponsored by Hiossen Implant Canada Inc.

11:30am

Immediate Implant Denture Solution with Extractions, PRF, Immediate Implant Placement, and Immediate Loading Ho-Young Chung, DDS, BSc Commentary by Dr. Mark Kwon

11:00am

Immediate Implant Placement and Transitional Restoration – 5 Key Steps for Success Sonia Leziy, DDS, Dipl Perio, FCDS(BC), FRCD(C)

Co-sponsored by Hiossen Implant Canada Inc.

1:30pm

2:00pm

David Chong, DDS Brandon Kang,

Clinical Techniques For Sleep Apnea Therapy With Oral Appliances

Lateral and Crestal Sinus Surgery DDS, DMD, MD

Commentary by Dr. Mark Kwon

Alan Lowe, DMD, Dip Ortho, PhD, FRCD(C) Co-sponsored by Aurum Group

Sponsored by

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David Chong

Co-sponsored by Hiossen Implant Canada Inc.

Brandon Kang

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

in conjunction with the Canadian Dental Association


Lunches, Alumni Meetings Lunches / Exhibit Hall Features / Alumni Meetings

Photo credits: Brian Dennehy

Lunches

Lunches will be served at the Vancouver Convention Centre West Building. Signage will clearly mark the serving locations. Lunch is available from 11:00am to 12:30pm on both Thursday and Friday. After lunch you can visit the Exhibit Hall and check out over 600 exhibit booths! Lunch is included for all registered attendees except the Exhibits Only registration category.

Program Design/Production by: Dave Hawthorne

Exhibit Hall Hours

Thursday, March 17, 8:30am–5:30pm Friday, March 18, 8:30am–5:30pm

Exhibit Hall Features

Exhibit Hall reception 4:15pm to 5:15pm both days 600 exhibit booths Over 250 exhibiting companies Live Dentistry Stage Product Stage (new for 2016) Expanded Oxygen Bar and Photo Booth

Thursday, March 17th Exhibit Hall Reception Sponsored by:

Awards Ceremony

College of Dental Surgeons of BC Awards Ceremony Thursday, March 17, 6:00pm–7:30pm Fairmont Waterfront Hotel, Mackenzie Room

Alumni Meetings

Dalhousie University Faculty of Dentistry Alumni Reception Thursday, March 17, 6:00pm–7:30pm Vancouver Convention Centre - East Building, Room 20 University of Manitoba Dentistry Alumni Reception for the College of Dentistry & School of Dental Hygiene Thursday, March 17, 6:00pm–8:00pm Pan Pacific Hotel, Cypress Suite McGill University Dental Alumni Cocktail Reception Thursday, March 17, 6:00pm–8:00pm Executive Hotel Le Soleil & Executive Inn Vintage Park University of Toronto Faculty of Dentistry Alumni Cocktail Reception Thursday, March 17, 6:00pm-8:00pm Pan Pacific Hotel, Oceanview Suite 5-6

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International College of Dentists, BC Chapter Annual BC ICD Fellows Breakfast Friday, March 18th, 7:15am Terminal City Club, President’s Room Tickets $40 University of Alberta Dental Alumni Reception Friday, March 18, 6:00pm – 8:00pm Pan Pacific Hotel, Coal Harbour Suite University of Saskatchewan College of Dentistry Alumni Reception Friday, March 18, 6:00pm–7:30pm Fairmont Waterfront Hotel, Princess Louisa Suite UBC Dentistry Alumni Reception Friday, March 18, 5:30pm–7:30pm Vancouver Convention Centre - West Building Ballroom Foyer Level 1

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Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry Annual Meeting

Canadian Academy for Esthethic Dentistry

Académie Canadienne de Dentisterie Esthétique

March 17-19, 2016

The Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry was created to give Canadian dentists a forum to voice our needs and express our identity in the world of esthetic dentistry. On the national and international scenes, we have already forged affiliations and alliances with many other esthetic and cosmetic dental groups, and we continue to grow as we offer CAED members international opportunities. The Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry is very pleased to announce that the first regional Meeting of the 2016 program that will be held in Vancouver in conjunction with the Pacific Dental Conference from March 17-19, 2016.

CAED sponsored speakers include: Joyce Bassett

Jack Griffin Jr

Tom Dudney

Doc, That Tooth Was Never a Problem Until You “Fixed” It! – Hands-On Course

Cutting Edge Technology With Digital Design & Real World Cosmetic Dentistry Diagnosing and Treating the Worn Dentition The ABC’s of Adhesive Bonding and Cementation Hands-On Workshop

Robert Lowe

Update 2016: Practical Dentistry for the Aesthetic/Restorative Practice

Marvin Fier

Gary Kadi

George Freedman

George Kirtley

Realistic Materials and Technologies Guide for the Profitable Practice

CAD/CAM Design Denture using the Pala Digital Denture System – Hands-On

Howard Glazer

Elliot Mechanic

Faye Goldstep

The Blueprint for Predictable Facial Changes Through Aesthetic Dentistry

Solving Real Life Restorative Problems Simplified Single Tooth Replacement: Stress-Free, Cement-Free Implant Restorations

I Have It. You Need It: What’s Hot & What’s Getting Hotter! Regenerate, Bioactivate: Treating Patients in the 21st Century

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Doc, That Tooth Was Never a Problem Until You “Fixed” It!

Go From Good to Great Dentistry For Doctors & Teams Esthetics Fixed, Removable Otherwise!!!

Interdisciplinary Dentistry – The Restorative Quarterback

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


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

Craft Brews

Fun Social Events at the PDC

Tiller’s Folly

Wines of Canada

A Celtic Celebration – “Beer, Wine and Tiller’s Folly”

Thursday, March 17, 2016 6:00pm – 10:00pm Vancouver Convention Centre - West Ballroom Foyer

Welcome to St. Patrick’s Day at the PDC. We kick off the first day of the 2016 Pacific Dental Conference with a party that celebrates Canada and Ireland all in one festive evening! First we start with a beer and wine tasting event. Parallel 49 Brewing is one of the fastest growing breweries in Canada and found its roots in our very own East Vancouver. Step up to the tasting bar to sample Jerkface 9000, Gypsy Tears Ruby Ale or Filthy Dirty IPA to name a few! The wines you will be sampling are from this great grape bearing country of ours – East to West! Wine Whisperer David Lancelot has worked his magic once again sourcing the best products from Canada’s top, talented winemakers! Enjoy the Celtic sounds of Tiller’s Folly as you sample the wide range of beverages and make your way to the various buffet stations. As the evening progresses, the band moves away from its Irish roots and gets the dance floor filled as the night changes to a party of PDC proportions! Co-sponsored by: Get your shamrock on at the PDC!

Cost $50.00

(plus GST)

Note: Beer & Wine Tasting will take place from 6:00pm to 7:30pm. A cash bar will be available from 7:30pm to 10:00pm.

The 16th Annual

a l a G y r a Toothf & BC Dental Association Awards Saturday, March 19, 2016 6:00pm – 1:00am Vancouver Convention Centre

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

March 16-19

Show your PDC badge and receive:

20% off admission

10% off snacks and retail items

Discount pricing or group rates do not apply.

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.

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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 Early Oral Cancer Detection Program.

Cost $250.00 (plus GST)

Tables of 10 - $2,250.00 (plus GST) Tickets available on the PDC website

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Alphabetical Index of Speakers / Sessions Session Title

Nancy Adair Academy of Emergency Training Damon Adams Rana Al-Falaki Alex Alvarado Joel A. Antel Reem N. Atout

The Era of Implants...What YOU Need to Know! .............................................................................52 Advance Cardiac Life Support (ACLS for Dentistry) ........................................................................45 CPR – Health Care Professional ......................................................................................................45 CPR – Health Care Professional Re-certification .............................................................................45 New CPR – Health Care Professional – On-line and Classroom .....................................................45 All Ceramics: What’s New? What’s Proven? Controversies and Clinical Tips .................................48 Laser Periodontics – Evolution or Revolution ..................................................................................48 Digital Workflow Using 3Shape ........................................................................................................92 Informing Your Patients’ Treatment Decisions .................................................................................85 Periodontal Plastic and Reconstructive Gingival Therapy – When Should We Graft? .....................86

Dominic Babinski Lois Banta Joyce Bassett Christine Bauman BC Dental Association Cathia Bergeron Gagan & Uma Bhalla Bobby Birdi Dani Botbyl

Innovations in the Fabrication of Implant Supported Fixed Hybrid Dentures ...................................92 Dealing with Difficult Patients – How to Turn Lemons into Lemonade .......................................50, 67 Total Team Concept for Effective Scheduling ...................................................................................58 Cutting Edge Technology With Digital Design & Real World Cosmetic Dentistry .............................64 The Power of Breath ........................................................................................................................86 Portrait of a Successful Dental Practice – BCDA Practice Management Series ..............................58 Dental Team Management 2.0 – BCDA Practice Management Series ............................................78 Anterior and Posterior Direct Composite Restorations – Hands-On ................................................35 Balanced Living: Yoga the Complete Package ................................................................................44 DSSBC Session – Implant Innovations: Perio-Prosthetic Pearls & Solutions ..................................69 Shape Matters: Curved Ultrasonic Instruments for Perio (Hands-on Workshop) .......................39, 43

Calvin Carpenter Stephen Carstensen Timothy J. Caruso Certified Dental Assistants of BC Andre Chartrand David Chong David Clark Danielle Clark College of Dental Hygienists of BC College of Dental Surgeons of BC Jeff Coil Jason Conn

Dental Practice Transition Options ...................................................................................................79 Advanced Dental Sleep Medicine ....................................................................................................77 Introduction to Dental Sleep Medicine for the General Dental Team ...............................................72 Posture Perfect Workshop ...............................................................................................................44 Treating Back & Neck Pain in Modern Dentistry: A Survival Guide for Your Career ........................83 CDABC Forum – Excellent Everyday Composites ...........................................................................52 Session on Lasers (in English) .........................................................................................................66 Session on Lasers (en français) .......................................................................................................66 Lateral and Crestal Sinus Surgery ...................................................................................................62 Schizophrenia: A Break with Reality – Implications for Dental Care ................................................57 Tooth Sensitivity – Why, How and What to Do? ...............................................................................85 CDHBC Forum .................................................................................................................................55 More Tough Topics in Dentistry ........................................................................................................73 WaveOne Gold Root Canal Shaping, Effective Disinfection, and GuttaCore Obturation .................40 DSSBC Session – Endodontic Foundations to Predictable Outcomes ............................................75

Michael Dare Dionysius David Henry Doyle Jim Doyle John Droter Tom Dudney

Advance Cardiac Life Support Provider Course for Dentists (ACLS) – 2 DAY COURSE ................38 Advanced Cardiac Life Support Heart and Stroke Refresher Course for Dentists ...........................43 Extractions as Easy as A Crown Prep ..............................................................................................76 Dental Practice Transition Options ...................................................................................................79 Kids & Money: Essential Conversations ..........................................................................................89 Let’s See What That Clicking Sound Is All About – TMJ Damage Explored ..............................67, 80 Diagnosing And Treating the Worn Dentition ...................................................................................52 The ABC’s of Adhesive Bonding and Cementation Hands-On Workshop .......................................36

Joel Epstein

Early Detection of Oral Potentially Malignant Disorders: Diagnosis and Management ....................82 Forgotten Oral Functions: Saliva and Taste .....................................................................................76 HPV and Cancer: What We Know, What We Don’t Know ...............................................................71

Michael Falkel Robert Fazio Marvin Fier Gabor Filo

Local Anesthesia – Technique, Anatomy and Physiology in the Digital Era .....................................82 The Art & Science of Buffering Anesthetic: Defining the Future .......................................................55 Antibiotics in Dentistry ......................................................................................................................55 Medicine, Dentistry and Drugs .........................................................................................................58 Periodontitis & Peri-Implantitis: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly .................................................71 Solving Real Life Restorative Problems ...........................................................................................77 Entrancing Enhancing Communication ............................................................................................74 Hands-On Workshop in Hypnosis for Therapeutic Communication .................................................41 Patient Stress Management with Meditative and Hypnotic Techniques ...........................................60 in conjunction with the Canadian Dental Association

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Alex Fleury Pierre Fournier George Freedman

Restorative Endodontics: A Modern Standard of Care of Long-Term Success ................................76 Restorative Endodontics: A Modern Standard of Care of Long-Term Success – Hands-On............44 Why You Should Have a Financial Plan and a Business Plan to Succeed ......................................85 Realistic Materials and Technologies Guide for the Profitable Practice ...........................................71 Simplified Single Tooth Replacement: Stress-Free, Cement-Free Implant Restorations .................57

David Galler Mitchell Gardiner Steven Glassman Howard Glazer Fay Goldstep Theresa Gonzales Richard Goodfellow Marilyn Goulding Lou Graham Ray Grewal Jack Griffin Jr Jim Grisdale

GST: Galler Spacing Technique .......................................................................................................40 The Team Approach to Documentation – The Gold Standard for Malpractice Defense .............68, 81 Invisalign Fundamentals ..................................................................................................................42 Invisalign Intermediate .....................................................................................................................42 I Have It. You Need It: What’s Hot & What’s Getting Hotter! ............................................................49 Regenerate, Bioactivate: Treating Patients in the 21st Century .......................................................76 Differential Diagnoses in Clinical Practice ........................................................................................83 Overcoming the CSI Effect: Refining Dentistry’s Role in the Forensic Area ..............................67, 80 TMD and Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders: Identifying Them in Your Practice ...........................86 Game of Zones: Conquering Inflammation ......................................................................................56 Utilizing the Latest in Caries Diagnostics and Restorative Techniques ......................................64, 81 Utilizing the Latest in Caries Diagnostics and Restorative Techniques/Hands-On ....................39, 43 DSSBC Session – Office Based Oral Surgery: Pitfalls and Pearls ..................................................69 Doc, That Tooth Was Never a Problem Until You “Fixed” It! ............................................................52 Doc, That Tooth Was Never a Problem Until You “Fixed” It! – Hands-On ........................................36 Emerging Trends in Periodontics .....................................................................................................57 Predictable, Simplified, Staged Dental Implant Therapy for the General Practitioner ......................53

Manor Haas Chris Hacker Ron Haik Derek Hein Vera Horn Allan Hovan

Endodontics for General Dentists: Advanced, Practical and Comprehensive ..................................48 More Tough Topics in Dentistry ........................................................................................................73 CDSPI Session – The Anatomy of Building a Million Dollar Portfolio ...............................................55 Cutting Edge Products For Clinical Excellence ................................................................................49 Addressing Orofacial Functional Patterns ........................................................................................87 The Big “C” – from A to Z .................................................................................................................53

Anastasios (Tassos) Irinakis

DSSBC Session – Implant Nightmares: Trouble-shooting & Prevention .........................................75

Jan Jaffer Paul Jang Alan Jeroff Jo-Anne Jones

Reduce Staffing Expenses By Developing A High Performing Team ...............................................87 Is Your Soft & Hard Tissue Grafting Failing Too Often? Paradigm Shift in Implantology .................53 Atraumatic Oral Surgery – Simple and Predictable Approaches to Oral Surgery ............................53 Sex and Oral Health: What’s the Connection .............................................................................64, 80 The Silent Killer: Understanding and Addressing the Inflammatory Pathway ..................................77

Gary Kadi Brandon Kang Dimitrios Karastathis Anastasia Kelekis-Cholakis George Kirtley Sergio Kuttler

Go From Good to Great Dentistry For Doctors & Teams ...........................................................51, 64 Lateral and Crestal Sinus Surgery ...................................................................................................62 Peri-Implantitis: Diagnosis, Etiology, Prevalence and Management ................................................82 Dealing with Biological Implant Complications – What You Should Know .......................................84 CAD/CAM Design Denture using the Pala Digital Denture System .................................................36 Esthetics Fixed, Removable Otherwise!!! ..................................................................................49, 63 The Golden Era of Root Canal Instrumentation, Scientifically Proven 3D Obturation .....................62

Douglas Lambert William E. Lea Liran Levin Sonia Leziy Edmund Liem Hardy Limeback Mark Lin Dragan Lipovac Carlos Llanes Samuel B. Low

Bad Bounces and Broken Teeth – The Sports Dentistry Side of Your Practice ...............................54 “Play Ball!” Hands-On Fabrication of Athletic Mouthguards .............................................................37 OCCLUSION – Made as Simple, as Plain & Clear, & as Obvious as ‘The Balls on a Beagle’ .........84 Tooth or Implant: What Do You Prefer? ............................................................................................57 Immediate Implant Placement and Transitional Restoration – 5 Key Steps for Success .................62 Do You Screen Your Pediatric Patients for Sleep Disorders? ..........................................................54 Celiac Disease, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Crohn’s Disease & The Role of the Dental Team .........60 Preventing Dental Decay the Natural Way .......................................................................................54 Advance Immediate Anterior Implant Aesthetics and Immediate Posterior Implants .......................38 Resolving Controversies in Implant Dentistry ..................................................................................48 Solutions for the Endentulous Patient: Combining Technology and Design ....................................92 Do’s and Don’t of Medical Emergencies ..........................................................................................88 Grow Your Practice with Laser Perio Technology! ...........................................................................70 Implement Laser Technology for TODAY’s Periodontal Patients .....................................................41

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Tieraona Low Dog Alan Lowe Robert Lowe

The Nutrition Prescription ...........................................................................................................50, 65 Top Selling Dietary Supplements – What the Dental Team Should Know .................................51, 68 Clinical Techniques For Sleep Apnea Therapy With Oral Appliances ..............................................47 The Use of Oral Appliances for the Treatment of Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnea ................54 Update 2016: Practical Dentistry for the Aesthetic/Restorative Practice ..........................................75

John Maggio Judy Kay Mausolf Gabriele Maycher Elliot Mechanic Meredith Moores Chris Morris Thomas Morris Moses Moubarak

Duh! It’s a Disease! The Latest in Evidence-Based Caries Prevention & Intervention ....................77 How Low Should You Go? Treatment of the Deep Caries Lesion ....................................................71 Communication Solutions – Attitudes Breakdowns and Conflict Resolutions ............................51, 68 R.I.S.E. to Success ....................................................................................................................50, 65 Optimized Hygiene Grows Your Practice & Revenue ......................................................................86 Interdisciplinary Dentistry – The Restorative Quarterback ...............................................................52 The Blueprint for Predictable Facial Changes Through Aesthetic Dentistry ....................................69 More Tough Topics in Dentistry ........................................................................................................73 Restoring the Endentulous Arch – Options ......................................................................................92 Reduce Staffing Expenses By Developing A High Performing Team ...............................................87 Overview of Uses for Fiber in Removable/Implant Prosthetics ........................................................91

Jonathan Ng Samson Ng Josip Nosil

Digital Dentistry – What You Need to Know About Digital Impressions ...........................................60 How Much Do I Know About Lumps and Bumps in the Mouth?? .....................................................63 Responsibility and Dental X-Rays Integrated Quality Assurance/Radiation Dose Phantom ............87

Kate O’Hanlan Tricia Osuna

Dental Chair Oral Health I – Focus on Prevention During Prophylactic Care ..................................54 Dental Chair Oral Health II – Maximizing Prevention Strategies, the Health Reward ......................57 Dental Chair Oral Health III – Understanding the Basics: Gyn Phys ...............................................74 Infection Control: All Those Important Things You Never Thought You’d Have to Know..................72 What Is It? How Do I Use It? Today’s Dental Products and Treatment Options ..............................49

Shannon Pace Brinker Romeo Paculanan Edwin T. Parks Alex Penner Trey Petty Derek Pollard

Records for Success ........................................................................................................................39 Rubber Dam: This Is Easy ...............................................................................................................35 The Esthetic Assistant ................................................................................................................51, 67 Advance Immediate Anterior Implant Aesthetics and Immediate Posterior Implants .......................38 Resolving Controversies in Implant Dentistry ..................................................................................48 Are Your Pictures Perfect? How to Produce Quality Radiographs ...................................................40 Digital Radiography – Join the Revolution .......................................................................................41 Panoramic Radiography: Are Your Images Up To Snuff ..................................................................56 More Tough Topics in Dentistry ........................................................................................................73 Your Growing Geriatric Practice .................................................................................................67, 80 DSSBC Session – Orthodontic Red Flags .......................................................................................75

Steven Rasner Marc Robert Jan Roberts Warren Roberts Elvis Rosado Mark Rotsaert Brian Rudy

Exploding Your Practice Productivity Starting Monday Morning ......................................................78 The 2016 Thriving Fee-For-Service Practice ...................................................................................72 Session on Lasers (in English) .........................................................................................................66 Session on Lasers (en français) .......................................................................................................66 Therapeutic Use of Botulinum Toxin in Dentistry .............................................................................58 Therapeutic Use of Botulinum Toxin in Dentistry .............................................................................58 A Properly Fabricated Flexible Partial – The TCS Way ....................................................................92 DigAlogLab – The Digital/Analog Dental Laboratory ........................................................................91 Dental Practice Transition Options ...................................................................................................79

Jessica Saepoff Chris Scappatura Bradford Scheideman Deborah Scott Charles Shuler Terry Small Hon Ching Frankie So Henry Schein Software Course

A Brief History of Mercury ................................................................................................................87 Can We Talk – Mastering TOP TIER Communication ................................................................50, 65 Waking Up on The Wrong Side of the Bed ................................................................................51, 68 DSSBC Session – Pediatric Dental Complications: Primary Tooth Infection and Trauma ...............69 Bridging the Communication Gap to Dental Care for Hard of Hearing Patients ..............................89 How Much Do I Know About Lumps and Bumps in the Mouth?? .....................................................63 Your Brain at Work ...........................................................................................................................91 The Silver Tsunami: Opportunities for Dentists and Dental Hygienists ............................................70 Dentrix Software Course ..................................................................................................................38 Power Practice Software ............................................................................................................35, 43

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Meg Soper Laurie St. Pierre Jon O. Strom

Wit, Fit and Balance – Strategies for Success ...........................................................................50, 65 Anterior and Posterior Direct Composite Restorations – Hands-On ................................................35 RETENTION: Seniors Active Files/Seniors Oral Health ...................................................................88

Andre Theberge Leanne Turner

Dentistry’s Wonder Material Featuring Zenostar – Hands-On ...................................................38, 91 Maximizing Client Retention and Revenue Through Fostering Outstanding Office Culture ............85

Bethany Valachi George Verdolaga

Fitness 101 for Dental Professionals: Secrets for Comfort and Career Longevity ...........................78 Positioning for Success in Dentistry: Ergonomic Lecture & Lab ......................................................45 Practice Dentistry Pain-Free: Evidence-Based Strategies for a Long & Healthy Career .................72 The High-Touch Dental Clinic: How to Cut Patient Turnover by Providing Superior Care ...............84

Stephen Wagner Peter Walford Neil Warshawsky Maggie Wen John West Gail Williamson Chris Wyatt

The Nuts and Bolts of 21st Century Dentures ............................................................................71, 91 Can’t Place Implants? – Take a Look at the Inlay/Flange Bridge and What it Can Do .....................62 CDABC Forum – Excellent Everyday Composites ...........................................................................52 A Clear Approach to Aligner Therapy – Which Solution is BEST for Your Practice ..........................82 Dental Loupes: Fact or Fiction? .......................................................................................................88 Mastering Rotary Shaping: The Three Skills You Need to Know .....................................................36 Making Endodontics the Best Part of Your Dental Day: Predictable and Pleasant ..........................53 Are Your Pictures Perfect? How to Produce Quality Radiographs ...................................................40 Digital Radiography – Join the Revolution .......................................................................................41 Panoramic Radiography: Are Your Images Up To Snuff ..................................................................56 The Silver Tsunami: Opportunities for Dentists and Dental Hygienists ............................................70

David Yang

Cancer Patient Management & the Hesitant Dental Team ...............................................................55

Tom Zaleske

The Art of Pack Pressing, Processing, Coloring and Finishing ........................................................92

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Time

Location

Cutting Edge Technology With Digital Design & Real World Cosmetic Dentistry

Joyce Bassett

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

VCC West - Room 118

Anterior and Posterior Direct Composite Restorations – Hands-On

Cathia Bergeron Laurie St. Pierre

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

VCC West - Room 111/112

Diagnosing And Treating the Worn Dentition

Tom Dudney

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 208/209

52

Doc, That Tooth Was Never a Problem Until You “Fixed” It!

Jack Griffin Jr

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 118

52

Esthetics Fixed, Removable Otherwise!!!

George Kirtley

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

VCC West - Room 119/120

49

VCC West - Room 224

63

Interdisciplinary Dentistry – The Restorative Quarterback

Elliot Mechanic

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 116/117

52

The ABC’s of Adhesive Bonding and Cementation Hands-On Workshop

Tom Dudney

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 113

LA4

36

Doc, That Tooth Was Never a Problem Until You “Fixed” It! – Hands-On

Jack Griffin Jr

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 304/305

LA5

36

CAD/CAM Design Denture using the Pala Digital Denture System

George Kirtley

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 115

LA6

36

The Esthetic Assistant

Shannon Pace Brinker

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

VCC West - Room 211

51

VCC East - Room 2/3

67 69

Aesthetics

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The Blueprint for Predictable Facial Changes Through Aesthetic Dentistry

Elliot Mechanic

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 116/117

Dentistry’s Wonder Material Featuring Zenostar – Hands-On

Andre Theberge

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

VCC West - Room 111

Update 2016: Practical Dentistry for the Aesthetic/Restorative Practice

Robert Lowe

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 224

75

The Art of Pack Pressing, Processing, Coloring and Finishing

Tom Zaleske

Saturday 1:00 - 2:30

VCC West - Room 204

92

The Art & Science of Buffering Anesthetic: Defining the Future

Michael Falkel

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

55

Local Anesthesia – Technique, Anatomy and Physiology in the Digital Era

Michael Falkel

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 212/213/214

82

Rubber Dam: This Is Easy

Shannon Pace Brinker

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 113

CDABC Forum – Excellent Everyday Composites

Peter Walford

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 211

52

Cancer Patient Management & The Hesitant Dental Team

David Yang

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 215/216

55

The Esthetic Assistant

Shannon Pace Brinker

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

VCC West - Room 211

51

Records for Success

Shannon Pace Brinker

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 113

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VCC East - Room 2/3

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Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

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Location

The Era of Implants... What YOU Need to Know!

Nancy Adair

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 2/3

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What Is It? How Do I Use It? Today’s Dental Products and Treatment Options

Tricia Osuna

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

VCC East - Ballroom C

49

Game of Zones: Conquering Inflammation

Marilyn Goulding

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 11/12

56

Cancer Patient Management & The Hesitant Dental Team

David Yang

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 215/216

55

CDHBC Forum

College of Dental Hygienists of BC

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

55

Shape Matters: Curved Ultrasonic Instruments for Perio (Hands-on Workshop)

Dani Botbyl

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

VCC West - Room 115

The Silver Tsunami: Opportunities for Dentists and Dental Hygienists

Hon Ching Frankie So Chris Wyatt

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 302/303

70

Panoramic Radiography: Are Your Images Up To Snuff

Edwin T. Parks Gail Williamson

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 8/15

56

Are Your Pictures Perfect? How to Produce Quality Radiographs

Edwin T. Parks Gail Williamson

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

BCDA Learning Centre

LA17

40

Digital Radiography – Join the Revolution

Edwin T. Parks Gail Williamson

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

BCDA Learning Centre

LA21

41

Advance Cardiac Life Support Provider Course for Dentists (ACLS) – 2 DAY COURSE

Michael Dare

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

VCC East - Room 13

LA9

38

CPR – Health Care Professional

Academy of Emergency Training

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

VCC West - Room 208/209

LA23

45

Advance Cardiac Life Support (ACLS for Dentistry)

Academy of Emergency Training

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

VCC West - Room 215/216

LA35

45

Advanced Cardiac Life Support Heart and Stroke Refresher Course for Dentists

Michael Dare

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

VCC East - Room 13

LA24

43

CPR – Health Care Professional Re-certification

Academy of Emergency Training

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

VCC West - Room 221/222

LA27 LA32

45 45

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

Academy of Emergency Training

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

VCC West - Room 224

LA28 LA33

45 45

Dos and Don’ts of Medical Emergencies

Carlos Llanes

Saturday 2:00 - 3:00

VCC West - Room 205

88

Endodontics for General Dentists: Advanced, Practical and Comprehensive

Manor Haas

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

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

48

Making Endodontics the Best Part of Your Dental Day: Predictable and Pleasant

John West

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 212/213/214

53

The Golden Era of Root Canal Instrumentation, Scientifically Proven 3D Obturation

Sergio Kuttler

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

VCC West - Room 121/122

62

Mastering Rotary Shaping: The Three Skills You Need to Know

John West

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 201

LA8

36

WaveOne Gold Root Canal Shaping, Effective Disinfection, and GuttaCore Obturation

Jeff Coil

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 201

LA14

40

Endodontic Foundations to Predictable Outcomes

Jason Conn

Friday 1:30 - 2:15

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

75

Restorative Endodontics: A Modern Standard of Care of Long-Term Success

Alex Fleury

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

76

Restorative Endodontics, A Modern Standard of Care For Long-Term Success – Hands-On

Alex Fleury

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 111

Dental Hygiene

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Dental Imaging

Emergency Medicine

Endodontics

24

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LA30

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Page

Esthetics Fixed, Removable Otherwise!!!

George Kirtley

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

VCC West - Room 119/120

49

VCC West - Room 224

63

Implant Innovations: Perio-Prosthetic Pearls & Solutions

Bobby Birdi

Friday 9:20 - 10:05

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

69

Innovations in the Fabrication of Implant Supported Fixed Hybrid Dentures

Dominic Babinski

Saturday 3:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 204

92

Solutions for the Endentulous Patient: Combining Technology and Design

Dragan Lipovac

Saturday 3:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 202

92

Theresa Gonzales

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

VCC West - Ballroom B

67

VCC West - Ballroom A

80

Fixed Prosthodontics

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

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

Geriatric Dentistry The Silver Tsunami: Opportunities for Dentists and Dental Hygienists

Hon Ching Frankie So Chris Wyatt

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 302/303

70

Your Growing Geriatric Practice

Trey Petty

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

VCC West - Room 110

67

VCC West - Room 118

80

RETENTION: Seniors Active Files/Seniors Oral Health

Jon O. Strom

Saturday 1:00 - 2:00

VCC West - Room 210

88

Resolving Controversies in Implant Dentistry

Mark Lin Romeo Paculanan

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

VCC West - Room 306

48

The Era of Implants... What YOU Need to Know!

Nancy Adair

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 2/3

52

Predictable, Simplified, Staged Dental Implant Therapy for the General Practitioner

Jim Grisdale

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 1

53

Is Your Soft & Hard Tissue Grafting Failing Too Often? Paradigm Shift in Implantology

Paul Jang

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 220

53

Immediate Anterior Implant Solution with Ridge Augmentations Using Innovative PRF

Bernard Jin

Thursday 9:00

Exhibit Hall Live Dentistry Stage

47

Immediate Implant Denture Solution with Extractions, PRF, Immediate Implant Placement

Ho-Young Chung

Thursday 11:30

Exhibit Hall Live Dentistry Stage

47

Simplified Single Tooth Replacement: Stress-Free, Cement-Free Implant Restorations

George Freedman

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 116/117

57

Tooth or Implant: What Do You Prefer?

Liran Levin

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 109

Advance Immediate Anterior Implant Aesthetics and Immediate Posterior Implants

Mark Lin Romeo Paculanan

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

VCC West - Room 112

Can’t Place Implants? – Take a Look at the Inlay/Flange Bridge and What it Can Do

Peter Walford

Friday 8:30

Exhibit Hall Live Dentistry Stage

62

Implant Innovations: Perio-Prosthetic Pearls & Solutions

Bobby Birdi

Friday 9:20 - 10:05

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

69

Immediate Implant Placement and Transitional Restoration – 5 Key Steps for Success

Sonia Leziy

Friday 11:00

Exhibit Hall Live Dentistry Stage

62

Lateral and Crestal Sinus Surgery

David Chong Brandon Kang

Friday 1:30

Exhibit Hall Live Dentistry Stage

62

Implants

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

57 LA10

38

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Page

Implant Nightmares: Trouble-shooting & Prevention

Anastasios (Tassos) Irinakis

Friday 3:10 - 3:55

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

75

Dealing with Biological Implant Complications – What You Should Know

Anastasia Kelekis-Cholakis

Saturday 9:00 - 10:00

VCC West - Room 205

84

Peri-Implantitis: Diagnosis, Etiology, Prevalence and Management

Dimitrios Karastathis

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

82

Overview of Uses for Fiber in Removable/ Implant Prosthetics

Moses Moubarak

Saturday 10:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 204

91

Periodontal Plastic and Reconstructive Gingival Therapy – When Should We Graft?

Reem N. Atout

Saturday 11:00 - 12:00

VCC West - Room 205

86

Laser Periodontics – Evolution or Revolution

Rana Al-Falaki

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

VCC West - Room 221/222

48

Séance sur les lasers (en français)

Andre Chartrand Marc Robert

Vendredi, 8 h 30 à 11 h

VCC Ouest - Salle 215/216

66

Session on Lasers (in English)

Andre Chartrand Marc Robert

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 215/216

66

Grow Your Practice with Laser Perio Technology!

Samuel B. Low

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 208/209

70

Implement Laser Technology for TODAY’s Periodontal Patients

Samuel B. Low

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 201

All Ceramics: What’s New? What’s Proven? Controversies and Clinical Tips

Damon Adams

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

VCC West - Room 110

Anterior and Posterior Direct Composite Restorations – Hands-On

Cathia Bergeron Laurie St. Pierre

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

VCC West - Room 111/112

I Have It. You Need It: What’s Hot & What’s Getting Hotter!

Howard Glazer

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

VCC West - Room 224

49

Cutting Edge Products For Clinical Excellence

Derek Hein

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

VCC West - Room 301

49

What Is It? How Do I Use It? Today’s Dental Products and Treatment Options

Tricia Osuna

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

VCC East - Ballroom C

49

Doc, That Tooth Was Never a Problem Until You “Fixed” It!

Jack Griffin Jr

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 118

52

The ABC’s of Adhesive Bonding and Cementation Hands-On Workshop

Tom Dudney

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 113

LA4

36

Doc, That Tooth Was Never a Problem Until You “Fixed” It! – Hands-On

Jack Griffin Jr

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 304/305

LA5

36

Dentistry’s Wonder Material Featuring Zenostar – Hands-On

Andre Theberge

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

VCC West - Room 111

LA12

38 91

Realistic Materials and Technologies Guide for Business Sustainability

George Freedman

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 221/222

71

Regenerate, Bioactivate: Treating Patients in the 21st Century

Fay Goldstep

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 220

76

Restoring the Endentulous Arch – Options

Chris Morris

Saturday 1:00 - 2:30

VCC West - Room 202

92

A Brief History of Mercury

Jessica Saepoff

Saturday 1:00 - 2:00

VCC West - Room 206

87

The Art of Pack Pressing, Processing, Coloring and Finishing

Tom Zaleske

Saturday 1:00 - 2:30

VCC West - Room 204

92

Dental Loupes: Fact or Fiction?

Maggie Wen

Saturday 2:00 - 3:00

VCC West - Room 206

88

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Implants (continued)

Laser Dentistry

LA20

41

Materials/Techniques

26

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48 LA1

35


Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Session

Limited Attendance

Time

Location

Let’s See What That Clicking Sound Is All About – TMJ Damage Explored

John Droter

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

VCC West - Room 109

67

VCC West - Room 110

80

OCCLUSION – Made as Simple, as Plain & Clear, & as Obvious as ‘The Balls on a Beagle’

William E. Lea

Saturday 9:00 - 10:00

VCC West - Room 206

84

Addressing Orofacial Functional Patterns

Vera Horn

Saturday 1:00 - 2:00

VCC West - Room 205

87

The Big “C” – from A to Z

Allan Hovan

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 109

53

Cancer Patient Management & The Hesitant Dental Team

David Yang

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 215/216

55

HPV and Cancer: What We Know, What We Don’t Know

Joel Epstein

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

71

Sex and Oral Health: What’s the Connection

Jo-Anne Jones

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

VCC West - Room 301

64

How Much Do I Know About Lumps and Bumps in the Mouth??

Samson Ng Charles Shuler

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

VCC West - Ballroom A

63

Forgotten Oral Functions: Saliva and Taste

Joel Epstein

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 1

76

Early Detection of Oral Potentially Malignant Disorders: Diagnosis and Management

Joel Epstein

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 109

82

Differential Diagnoses in Clinical Practice

Theresa Gonzales

Saturday 12:30 - 3:00

VCC West - Room 212/213/214

83

Atraumatic Oral Surgery – Simple and Predictable Approaches to Oral Surgery

Alan Jeroff

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 215/216

53

Office Based Oral Surgery: Pitfalls and Pearls

Ray Grewal

Friday 10:10 - 10:55

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

69

Extractions as Easy as A Crown Prep

Dionysius David

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 208/209

76

GST: Galler Spacing Technique

David Galler

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 114

Orthodontic Red Flags

Derek Pollard

Friday 2:20 - 3:05

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

Invisalign Fundamentals

Steven Glassman

Saturday 8:00 - 12:00

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B

A Clear Approach to Aligner Therapy – Which Solution is BEST for Your Practice

Neil Warshawsky

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 220

Invisalign Intermediate

Steven Glassman

Saturday 1:00 - 5:00

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B

Do You Screen Your Pediatric Patients for Sleep Disorders?

Edmund Liem

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 10

54

Pediatric Dental Complications: Primary Tooth Infection and Trauma

Bradford Scheideman

Friday 8:30 - 9:15

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

69

The Era of Implants... What YOU Need to Know!

Nancy Adair

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 2/3

52

Laser Periodontics – Evolution or Revolution

Rana Al-Falaki

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

VCC West - Room 221/222

48

Predictable, Simplified, Staged Dental Implant Therapy for the General Practitioner

Jim Grisdale

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 1

53

Occlusion/TMD

Page

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Speakers

Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology

80

Oral Surgery

Orthodontics LA15

40 75

LA26

42 82

LA34

42

Pediatric Dentistry

Periodontics

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Page

Emerging Trends in Periodontics

Jim Grisdale

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 1

Tooth or Implant: What Do You Prefer?

Liran Levin

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 109

Shape Matters: Curved Ultrasonic Instruments for Perio (Hands-on Workshop)

Dani Botbyl

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

VCC West - Room 115

Periodontitis & Peri-Implantitis: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Robert Fazio

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 2/3

71

Grow Your Practice with Laser Perio Technology!

Samuel B. Low

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 208/209

70

The Silent Killer: Understanding and Addressing the Inflammatory Pathway

Jo-Anne Jones

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 8/15

77

Implement Laser Technology for TODAY’s Periodontal Patients

Samuel B. Low

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 201

Peri-Implantitis: Diagnosis, Etiology, Prevalence and Management

Dimitrios Karastathis

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

82

Preventing Dental Decay the Natural Way

Hardy Limeback

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 11/12

54

Dental Chair Oral Health I – Focus on Prevention During Prophylactic Care

Kate O’Hanlan

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Ballroom A

54

Dental Chair Oral Health II – Maximizing Prevention Strategies, the Health Reward

Kate O’Hanlan

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Ballroom A

57

Utilizing the Latest in Caries Diagnostics and Restorative Techniques

Lou Graham

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

VCC West - Room 211

64

VCC West - Room 121/122

81

How Low Should You Go? Treatment of the Deep Caries Lesion

John Maggio

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 212/213/214

71

Utilizing the Latest in Caries Diagnostics and Restorative Techniques/Hands-On

Lou Graham

Friday 1:30 - 4:00 repeats Saturday 12:30 - 3:00

VCC West - Room 114

Duh! It’s a Disease! The Latest in EvidenceBased Caries Prevention & Intervention

John Maggio

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 212/213/214

77

Tooth Sensitivity – Why, How and What to Do?

Danielle Clark

Saturday 10:00 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 206

85

Panoramic Radiography: Are Your Images Up To Snuff

Edwin T. Parks Gail Williamson

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 8/15

56

Are Your Pictures Perfect? How to Produce Quality Radiographs

Edwin T. Parks Gail Williamson

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

BCDA Learning Centre

LA17

40

Digital Radiography – Join the Revolution

Edwin T. Parks Gail Williamson

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

BCDA Learning Centre

LA21

41

Responsibility and Dental X-Rays Integrated Quality Assurance/Radiation Dose Phantom

Josip Nosil

Saturday 11:00 - 12:00

VCC West - Room 210

87

Esthetics Fixed, Removable Otherwise!!!

George Kirtley

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

VCC West - Room 119/120

49

CAD/CAM Design Denture using the Pala Digital Denture System

George Kirtley

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 115

The Nuts and Bolts of 21st Century Dentures

Stephen Wagner

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 220

71

Overview of Uses for Fiber in Removable/ Implant Prosthetics

Moses Moubarak

Saturday 10:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 204

91

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Periodontics (continued) 57 57 LA13 LA18 LA38

LA20

39 43

41

Prevention/Diagnosis

LA36

39

LA37

43

Radiology

Removable Prosthodontics

28

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63 LA6

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Session

Speakers

Time

Location

Limited Attendance

Page

Removable Prosthodontics (continued) Stephen Wagner

Saturday 10:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 202

91

Restoring the Endentulous Arch - Options

Chris Morris

Saturday 1:00 - 2:30

VCC West - Room 202

92

A Properly Fabricated Flexible Partial – The TCS Way

Elvis Rosado

Saturday 3:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 203

92

Anterior and Posterior Direct Composite Restorations – Hands-On

Cathia Bergeron Laurie St. Pierre

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

VCC West - Room 111/112

Esthetics Fixed, Removable Otherwise!!!

George Kirtley

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

VCC West - Room 119/120

49

VCC West - Room 224

63

Doc, That Tooth Was Never a Problem Until You “Fixed” It!

Jack Griffin Jr

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 118

52

Interdisciplinary Dentistry – The Restorative Quarterback

Elliot Mechanic

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 116/117

52

Doc, That Tooth Was Never a Problem Until You “Fixed” It! – Hands-On

Jack Griffin Jr

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 304/305

Utilizing the Latest in Caries Diagnostics and Restorative Techniques

Lou Graham

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

VCC West - Room 211

64

VCC West - Room 121/122

81

Solving Real Life Restorative Problems

Marvin Fier

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 116/117

77

Utilizing the Latest in Caries Diagnostics and Restorative Techniques/Hands-On

Lou Graham

Friday 1:30 - 4:00 repeats Saturday 12:30 - 3:00

VCC West - Room 114

LA36

39

VCC West - Room 114

LA37

43

Periodontal Plastic and Reconstructive Gingival Therapy – When Should We Graft?

Reem N. Atout

Saturday 11:00 - 12:00

VCC West - Room 205

86

Tricia Osuna

Friday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Ballroom A

72

Do You Screen Your Pediatric Patients for Sleep Disorders?

Edmund Liem

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 10

54

The Use of Oral Appliances for the Treatment of Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Alan Lowe

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

54

Clinical Techniques For Sleep Apnea Therapy With Oral Appliances

Alan Lowe

Thursday 2:00

Exhibit Hall Live Dentistry Stage

47

Introduction to Dental Sleep Medicine for the General Dental Team

Stephen Carstensen

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 306

72

Advanced Dental Sleep Medicine

Stephen Carstensen

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 306

77

TMD and Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders: Identifying Them in Your Practice

Richard Goodfellow

Saturday 10:00 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 210

86

David Clark

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 10

57

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

The Nuts and Bolts of 21st Century Dentures

Restorative/Operative Dentistry LA1

LA5

35

36

Safety/Infection Control Infection Control: All Those Important Things You Never Thought You’d Have to Know

Sleep Apnea

Special Needs Schizophrenia: A Break with Reality – Implications for Dental Care

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Session

Time

Location

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

Douglas Lambert

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 121/122

“Play Ball!” Hands-On Fabrication of Athletic Mouthguards

Douglas Lambert

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 114

Diagnosing And Treating the Worn Dentition

Tom Dudney

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 208/209

52

Tooth or Implant: What Do You Prefer?

Liran Levin

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 109

57

Can’t Place Implants? – Take a Look at the Inlay/Flange Bridge and What it Can Do

Peter Walford

Friday 8:30

Exhibit Hall Live Dentistry Stage

62

Trauma Dentistry

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Page 54

LA7

37

Treatment Planning

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Page

Practice Dentistry Pain-Free: Evidence-Based Strategies for a Long & Healthy Career

Bethany Valachi

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 1

72

Fitness 101 for Dental Professionals: Secrets for Comfort and Career Longevity

Bethany Valachi

Friday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Ballroom C

78

Balanced Living: Yoga the Complete Package

Gagan & Uma Bhalla

Saturday 7:00 - 8:30

VCC West - Level 2 Ocean Foyer LA22

44

Posture Perfect Workshop

Timothy J. Caruso

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 211

LA29

44

Positioning for Success in Dentistry: Ergonomic Lecture & Lab

Bethany Valachi

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

BCDA Learning Centre

LA31

45

Treating Back & Neck Pain in Modern Dentistry: A Survival Guide for Your Career

Timothy J. Caruso

Saturday 12:30 - 3:00

VCC West - Room 118

83

Antibiotics in Dentistry

Robert Fazio

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

55

Medicine, Dentistry and Drugs

Robert Fazio

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 118

58

Schizophrenia: A Break with Reality – Implications for Dental Care

David Clark

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 10

57

Dealing with Difficult Patients – How to Turn Lemons into Lemonade

Lois Banta

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

VCC East - Room 8/15

50

VCC West - Room 211

67

CDSPI Session – The Anatomy of Building a Million Dollar Portfolio

Ron Haik

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 302/303

55

Portrait of a Successful Dental Practice – BCDA Practice Management Series

BC Dental Association

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 302/303

58

Total Team Concept for Effective Scheduling

Lois Banta

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 212/213/214

58

Go From Good to Great Dentistry For Doctors & Teams

Gary Kadi

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

VCC West - Room 208/209

51

VCC West - Room 304/305

64

Therapeutic Use of Botulinum Toxin in Dentistry

Warren Roberts Jan Roberts

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

58

Communication Solutions – Attitudes Breakdowns and Conflict Resolutions

Judy Kay Mausolf

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

VCC East - Ballroom A

51

VCC East - Room 11/12

68

Waking Up on The Wrong Side of the Bed

Chris Scappatura

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

VCC West - Ballroom C

51

VCC East - Ballroom A

68

Ergonomics

Pharmacology

Practice Management

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Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence

Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Page

More Tough Topics in Dentistry

College of Dental Surgeons of BC Chris Hacker Meredith Moores Alex Penner

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 109

Records for Success

Shannon Pace Brinker

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 113

The 2016 Thriving Fee-For-Service Practice

Steven Rasner

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

72

Dental Team Management 2.0 – BCDA Practice Management Series

Sandra Reder Diane Rideout

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 221/222

78

Dental Practice Transition Options

Calvin Carpenter Henry Doyle Brian Rudy

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 302/303

79

The Team Approach to Documentation – The Gold Standard for Malpractice Defense

Mitchell Gardiner

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

VCC West - Room 301

68

VCC East - Room 11/12

81

Exploding Your Practice Productivity Starting Monday Morning

Steven Rasner

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

78

The High-Touch Dental Clinic: How to Cut Patient Turnover by Providing Superior Care

George Verdolaga

Saturday 9:00 - 10:00

VCC West - Room 207

84

Informing Your Patients’ Treatment Decisions

Joel A. Antel

Saturday 10:00 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 205

85

Maximizing Client Retention and Revenue Through Fostering Outstanding Office Culture

Leanne Turner

Saturday 10:00 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 207

85

Optimized Hygiene Grows Your Practice & Revenue

Gabriele Maycher

Saturday 11:00 - 12:00

VCC West - Room 206

86

Reduce Staffing Expenses By Developing A High Performing Team

Jan Jaffer Thomas Morris

Saturday 1:00 - 2:00

VCC West - Room 207

87

RETENTION: Seniors Active Files/Seniors Oral Health

Jon O. Strom

Saturday 1:00 - 2:00

VCC West - Room 210

88

Bridging the Communication Gap to Dental Care for Hard of Hearing Patients

Deborah Scott

Saturday 2:00 - 3:00

VCC West - Room 207

89

Henry Schein Software Course

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

VCC East - Room 7

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

LA16

39

Technology Power Practice Software

LA2

35

LA25

43

LA6

36

CAD/CAM Design Denture using the Pala Digital Denture System

George Kirtley

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 115

Digital Dentistry – What You Need to Know About Digital Impressions

Jonathan Ng

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 220

60

Cutting Edge Technology With Digital Design & Real World Cosmetic Dentistry

Joyce Bassett

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

VCC West - Room 118

64

Realistic Materials and Technologies Guide for Business Sustainability

George Freedman

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 221/222

71

Dentrix Software Course

Henry Schein Software Course

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

VCC East - Room 7

DigAlogLab – The Digital/Analog Dental Laboratory

Mark Rotsaert

Saturday 10:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 203

91

Digital Workflow Using 3Shape

Alex Alvarado

Saturday 1:00 - 2:30

VCC West - Room 203

92

Solutions for the Endentulous Patient: Combining Technology and Design

Dragan Lipovac

Saturday 3:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 202

92

LA11

A Celtic Celebration with“Tiller’s Folly - tickets availa ble at the registration desk

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Personal Development

Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Page

Dealing with Difficult Patients – How to Turn Lemons into Lemonade

Lois Banta

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

VCC East - Room 8/15

50

VCC West - Room 211

67

R.I.S.E. to Success

Judy Kay Mausolf

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

VCC East - Ballroom A

50

VCC East - Room 11/12

65

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

VCC West - Ballroom C

50

VCC West - Ballroom B

65

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Communication

Can We Talk – Mastering TOP TIER Communication

Chris Scappatura

Patient Stress Management with Meditative and Hypnotic Techniques

Gabor Filo

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 119/120

60

Communication Solutions – Attitudes Breakdowns and Conflict Resolutions

Judy Kay Mausolf

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

VCC East - Ballroom A

51

VCC East - Room 11/12

68

Waking Up on The Wrong Side of the Bed

Chris Scappatura

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

VCC West - Ballroom C

51

VCC East - Ballroom A

68

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

VCC East - Ballroom B

50

VCC East - Ballroom C

65

Wit, Fit and Balance – Strategies for Success

Meg Soper

Entrancing Enhancing Communication

Gabor Filo

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 119/120

Hands-On Workshop in Hypnosis for Therapeutic Communication

Gabor Filo

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 113

74

Your Brain at Work

Terry Small

Saturday 8:15 - 9:15

VCC West - Ballroom B

91

Dental Practice Transition Options

Calvin Carpenter Henry Doyle Brian Rudy

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 302/303

79

Why You Should Have a Financial Plan and a Business Plan to Succeed

Pierre Fournier

Saturday 9:00 - 10:00

VCC West - Room 210

85

Kids & Money: Essential Conversations

Jim Doyle

Saturday 2:00 - 3:00

VCC West - Room 210

89

Antibiotics in Dentistry

Robert Fazio

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

55

The Nutrition Prescription

Tieraona Low Dog

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

VCC West - Ballroom B

50

VCC East - Ballroom B

65

Dental Chair Oral Health I – Focus on Prevention During Prophylactic Care

Kate O’Hanlan

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Ballroom A

54

Medicine, Dentistry and Drugs

Robert Fazio

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 118

58

Celiac Disease, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Crohn’s Disease & The Role of the Dental Team

Hardy Limeback

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 2/3

60

Top Selling Dietary Supplements – What the Dental Team Should Know

Tieraona Low Dog

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

VCC West - Ballroom B

51

VCC East - Ballroom B

68

Dental Chair Oral Health II – Maximizing Prevention Strategies, the Health Reward

Kate O’Hanlan

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Ballroom A

57

Therapeutic Use of Botulinum Toxin in Dentistry

Warren Roberts Jan Roberts

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

58

Sex and Oral Health: What’s the Connection

Jo-Anne Jones

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

VCC West - Room 301

64

LA19

41

Finance/Practice Transition

General Medicine

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“Special Announ p provide up to the minute information cements” and “Show News” features on the Ap


Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Personal Development

Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Page

Dental Chair Oral Health III – Understanding the Basics: Gyn Phys

Kate O’Hanlan

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 110

74

Forgotten Oral Functions: Saliva and Taste

Joel Epstein

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 1

76

The Silent Killer: Understanding and Addressing the Inflammatory Pathway

Jo-Anne Jones

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 8/15

77

The Power of Breath

Christine Bauman

Saturday 11:00 - 12:00

VCC West - Room 207

86

Addressing Orofacial Functional Patterns

Vera Horn

Saturday 1:00 - 2:00

VCC West - Room 205

87

The Nutrition Prescription

Tieraona Low Dog

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

VCC West - Ballroom B

50

VCC East - Ballroom B

65

Dental Chair Oral Health I – Focus on Prevention During Prophylactic Care

Kate O’Hanlan

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Ballroom A

54

Top Selling Dietary Supplements – What the Dental Team Should Know

Tieraona Low Dog

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

VCC West - Ballroom B

51

VCC East - Ballroom B

68

Dental Chair Oral Health II – Maximizing Prevention Strategies, the Health Reward

Kate O’Hanlan

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Ballroom A

57

Practice Dentistry Pain-Free: Evidence-Based Strategies for a Long & Healthy Career

Bethany Valachi

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 1

72

Dental Chair Oral Health III – Understanding the Basics: Gyn Phys

Kate O’Hanlan

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 110

74

Fitness 101 for Dental Professionals: Secrets for Comfort and Career Longevity

Bethany Valachi

Friday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Ballroom C

78

Balanced Living: Yoga the Complete Package

Gagan & Uma Bhalla

Saturday 7:00 - 8:30

VCC West - Level 2 Ocean Foyer LA22

44

Your Brain at Work

Terry Small

Saturday 8:15 - 9:15

VCC West - Ballroom B

91

The Power of Breath

Christine Bauman

Saturday 11:00 - 12:00

VCC West - Room 207

86

Can We Talk – Mastering TOP TIER Communication

Chris Scappatura

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

VCC West - Ballroom C

50

VCC West - Ballroom B

65

Wit, Fit and Balance – Strategies for Success

Meg Soper

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

VCC East - Ballroom B

50

VCC East - Ballroom C

65

Waking Up on The Wrong Side of the Bed

Chris Scappatura

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

VCC West - Ballroom C

51

VCC East - Ballroom A

68

Why You Should Have a Financial Plan and a Business Plan to Succeed

Pierre Fournier

Saturday 9:00 - 10:00

VCC West - Room 210

85

General Medicine (continued)

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Health

Personal Development

NEW for 2016...

Demonstrations take place on the east side of the Exhibit Hall on Thursday and Friday. Please see the “Program Changes flyer” in your Attendee Bag or visit the stage area for signage displaying the times and presenting companies.

The PDC App brings the confere nce to your fingertips!

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Canadian Speaker Series

British Columbia

The Pacific Dental Conference scientific committee are excited to present the Canadian Speakers Series for 2016 which highlights speakers from across Canada.

Ontario

Sleep Apnea Thursday am

Patient Stress Management with Meditative and Hypnotic Techniques Thursday pm

Live Dentistry Stage Thursday pm

Entrancing Enhancing Communication Friday am

See page 54 for synopsis

See page 60 for synopsis See page 74 for synopsis

See page 47 for synopsis

Alan Lowe How Much Do I Know About Lumps and Bumps in the Mouth?? Friday am, repeats pm Samson Ng Charles Shuler

See page 63 for synopsis

Hands-On Workshop in Hypnosis for Therapeutic communication Friday pm See page 41 for synopsis Preventing Dental Decay the Natural Way Thursday am See page 54 for synopsis Celiac Disease, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Crohn’s Disease & The Role of the Dental Team Thursday pm See page 60 for synopsis

Alberta The Era of Implants... What YOU Need to Know! Thursday am See page 52 for synopsis

See page 57 for synopsis

Hardy Limeback

Quebec

Nancy Adair

Anterior and Posterior Direct Composite Restorations – Hands-On Thursday all day See page 35 for synopsis Cathia Bergeron Laurie St. Pierre Séance sur les lasers Vendredi matin (en français)

Tooth or Implant: What Do You Prefer? Thursday pm Liran Levin

Gabor Filo

Andre Chartrand

Marc Robert

Session on Lasers Friday pm (in English) See page 66 for synopsis

CDA/DENTSPLY Student Clinician Research Program – Table Clinics The PDC welcomes back the CDA/DENTSPLY Student Clinician Research Program. Presented by the Canadian Dental Association and DENTSPLY Canada, this program features presentations by student clinicians from all ten Canadian dental schools. The closed judging session will be held on Thursday afternoon. Conference participants can view the posters/table clinics and speak to the student clinicians on Thursday morning and Friday afternoon in the Level One Burrard foyer of the Vancouver Convention Centre - West Building. The purpose of the table clinics is to stimulate ideas, improve communication and most of all, increase student involvement in the advancement of the dental profession. Complete details on the program, including student clinician names and presentation titles, can be found on the program website: http://www.cda-adc.ca/en/becoming/students/dentsply/. Thursday, March 17 Morning Table Clinic – Open Session Afternoon Table Clinic – Closed Judging Session Evening CDA/DENTSPLY Awards Reception/Ceremony (By invitation) Friday, March 18

Morning Table Clinic – Viewing (the students will be back at 1:30 – 5:30 to answer questions) Afternoon – Open Session The following schools will be represented:

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Hands - On Courses

Thursday, March 17

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

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

Cathia Bergeron, DMD, MS Laurie St. Pierre, DMD, MS

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am continues 1:30pm–4:00pm LA1 Cost: $395.00 VCC West - Room 111/112

Laurie St. Pierre obtained her DMD and completed an AEGD program at Laval University (Quebec City). She received a Certificate in Operative Dentistry and a MS degree from the University of Iowa in 2011. She is currently an Associate Professor of Operative Dentistry at Laval University. Dr. St. Pierre maintains a university practice limited to restorative and aesthetic dentistry.

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Materials/Techniques Restorative/OperativeDentistry CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

This course will discuss selection and handling of different materials for anterior and posterior composite resin restorations. For both anterior and posterior sessions, a lecture will be presented before the hands-on exercises. Co-sponsored by 3M ESPE Dental Products

Repeated Courses (all day) Power Practice Software Course Henry Schein

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am continues 1:30pm–4:00pm LA2 Cost: $149.00 VCC East - Room 7

Repeated on Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am continues 12:30pm–3:00pm LA25 Cost: $149.00 VCC East - Room 7 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Technology CE Approved CDSBC PM

ADA&C Y

Power Practice is one of the leading Practice Management Software solutions sold in Canada. This hands-on seminar is designed to provide the participants with a basic understanding of the program. No previous experience is required to attend. While all aspects of the programs are touched upon, these seminars are geared towards effectively using the administrative functions and are ideal for both clinical staff and administrative team members. Users will be able to accomplish most “typical day” administrative activities including managing patient data, scheduling and financial management. Presented by Henry Schein

CDHBC Y

Morning Courses Rubber Dam: This Is Easy

Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA, CDD

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am LA3 Cost: $175.00 VCC West - Room 113 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Assisting CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

Shannon Pace Brinker is a National and International Speaker and published author. Shannon and her husband Erik are owners of a new publication Contemporary Product Solutions. Shannon was selected one of Dentistry Today’s Top 100 Clinicians of 2009 thru 2015. She was selected as Dental Products Report 25 most influential women in dentistry and Dr. Bicuspid’s Dental Assistant Educator of the year.

This course will give you the confidence to start placing rubber dam instantly and utilize several options for placement on the market today. Topics covered: Increasing efficiency, productivity and reducing the time required for treatment; Increasing patient comfort by retracting lip, cheek, and tongue from the field of operation; What clamp to use and why; Difference in rubber materials.

Legend for Continuing Education Credits for CDSBC and ADA&C CL Clinical Dental PM Dental Practice Management NC Non-Clinical Dental

DME

Dental/Medical Emergencies

Y

Yes

NE

Not Eligible

Legend for QAP content categories for CDHBC Y – Courses with a Y indicate that they align with one or more suggested QAP content categories. A legend of the QAP content categories can be viewed on the PDC and CDHBC websites. NA – Courses with an NA indicate that a QAP content category has not been identified and CDHBC registrants must use their professional discretion in determining whether the course is eligible for CE credit.

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Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Anterior and Posterior Direct Composite Restorations – Hands-On


Hands - On Courses

Thursday, March 17

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

Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Afternoon Courses The ABC’s of Adhesive Bonding and Cementation Hands-On Workshop

Tom Dudney is the clinical director for the newly formed Pacific Aesthetic Continuum (PAC) hands-on programs. He is a member of the American Dental Association, the Alabama Dental Association, and the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. He is also an accredited member of the American Society for Dental Aesthetics and a Diplomate of the American Board of Aesthetic Dentistry.

Tom Dudney, DMD

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA4

Cost: $295.00

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

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

This hands-on workshop will explain the different adhesive and bonding products available today and demonstrate their use. The session will include the latest on bonding agents and the new Universal Adhesives as well as light-cure, dual-cure, self-cure, and self adhesive cements. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

Doc, That Tooth Was Never a Problem Until You “Fixed” It! Hands-On

Jack Griffin Jr earned his DMD degree from Southern Illinois in 1987 and completed a GPR at the University of Louisville in 1988. Jack has Diplomat status with the American Board of Aesthetic Dentistry (ABAD), accreditation with AACD, and Mastership in the AGD. Jack has served as the MasterTrack/CE chair for the Missouri AGD and has reviewed products for Reality Esthetics, the Catapult Group.

Jack Griffin Jr, DMD

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA5

Cost: $295.00

VCC West - Room 304/305

Doc, that tooth never hurt until you “FIXED” it. Certainly you’ve done a restoration on an

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence asymptomatic tooth only to create a tooth that is cold sensitive or that the patient can’t Aesthetics, Materials/Techniques bite on. Creating sensitive patients causes so much stress in the dental office. Was it the Restorative/OperativeDentistry material, technique, or the patient? We will learn techniques and materials to take much CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

of the stress out of practice and pain from the patient. Learn to do it right the first time. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

CAD/CAM Design Denture using the Pala Digital Denture System

George Kirtley received his degree from Indiana University, He is Dually Accredited Member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and Clinical Instructor for the NY, London and Palm Beach Aesthetic Advantage since 1996. Dr. Kirtley maintains a private practice in Indianapolis, Indiana where he focuses on aesthetic restorative dentistry.

George Kirtley, DDS

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA6

Cost: $295.00

VCC West - Room 115 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Technology Removable Prosthodontics CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

This hands-on course will show attendees how to utilize the Pala System. Each attendee will have the opportunity to use materials provided to accurately capture vertical dimension, Gothic Arch tracings, tooth length, lip length and understand the process of CAD/CAM Denture and Over Denture Design. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

Mastering Rotary Shaping: The Three Skills You Need to Know

John West is an endodontic clinical visionary, inventor, educator, and skills performance teacher. He teaches dentists to move from where they are to where they want to be in their endodontic mastery. John is Affiliate Associate professor at the University of Washington graduate endodontic program.

John West, DDS, MSD

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA8

Cost: $295.00

VCC West - Room 201 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

Dr. John West has a reputation for resonating with dentists and their need to unravel the plan for producing endodontics that you are proud of, is comfortable for your patient, consistent in result, and the most rewarding part of your dental day. Participants of this limited attendance workshop are required to supply SIX mature extracted teeth with endodontic accesses and not placed in plaster.

*

Co-sponsored by Dentsply Tulsa Dental Specialties

Note: The Thursday morning Open Session course on page 53 is a pre-requisite for this Hands-On course

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at the registration desk A Celtic Celebration with“Tiller’s Folly - tickets available


Thursday, March 17

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

Afternoon Courses “Play Ball!” Hands-On Fabrication of Athletic Mouthguards

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.

Douglas Lambert, BSB, DDS

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA7

Cost: $295.00

VCC West - Room 114 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Trauma Dentistry CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

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

Note: The Thursday morning Open Session course on page 54 is a pre-requisite for this Hands-On course

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Pacific Dental Conference

Hands-On Courses at the BCDA Learning Centre

The Pacific Dental Conference would like to introduce our newest addition to our extensive line-up of Continuing Education opportunities. We now offer quality Hands-On Courses that you enjoy at the annual conference – year round! Visit www.pdconf.com and click on the PDC365 icon to discover more information on our PDC365 Hands-On Courses.

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Upcoming Courses!

James Kohner – July 15/16 Gingival and Connective Tissue Grafting Crown Lengthening

Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Hands - On Courses


Hands - On Courses

Friday, March 18

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

Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

All Day Courses Dentistry’s Wonder Material Featuring Zenostar Hands-On Andre Theberge, RDT, CDT

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am continues 1:30pm–4:00pm LA12

Cost: $295.00

VCC West - Room 111 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Materials Techniques CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

Advance Cardiac Life Support Provider Course for Dentists (ACLS) 2 Day Course Michael Dare, BKin, RN, Advanced Life Support

Paramedic, Clinical Associate Professor (Hon)

Friday, 8:30am–4:00pm continues Saturday 9:00am–4:00pm LA9 Cost: $400.00 VCC East - Room 13 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Emergency Medicine CE Approved CDSBC DME

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Andre Theberge attended college at George Brown College in Toronto, Canada for dental technology, and is currently General Manager at Drake Precision Dental Lab in Charlotte, NC. Andre has been fortunate to have trained with many of the dental industry leaders in ceramics from around the world. This education is distilled into his everyday work and cumulatively is used in his lectures and courses.

Participants will use pre-sintered units to prepare for sintering with the use of rotary tools and selected pre-staining materials and techniques. Also some sintered units will be used to demonstrate and apply final shade requirements for desired aesthetic results. Co-Sponsored by Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc.

Michael Dare is the founder and CEO of Sea to Sky DentalEd Inc, an educational company specializing in training programs associated with dental sedation and with the sales of supplies and equipment needed for sedation. Michael assists in the provision of deep sedation anesthesia for UBC Faculty of Dentistry. He also facilitates ACLS, PALS, procedural sedation, and trauma courses throughout BC.

Delivered in partnership with the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, ACLS was created to help healthcare providers quickly recognize and respond to cardiovascular emergencies. The ACLS Provider Course (2 days) provides a foundation for anyone who has not taken the course before, or who has not taken the course within 2 years. HSFC Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers (C) CPR recertification will be included in the course. Dental team staff (CDAs and Hygienists) can attend and will receive a CDE attendance certificate. Note: The refresher course will be offered on Saturday

Advance Immediate Anterior Implant Aesthetics and Immediate Posterior Implants Mark Lin, BSc, DDS, MSc (Prosthodontics), FRCD (C) Romeo Paculanan, DMD

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am continues 1:30pm–4:00pm LA10

Cost: $495.00

VCC West - Room 112 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

Mark Lin received his dental degree from University of Detroit Mercy and post graduate Prosthodontics training from University of Toronto. He was a former “Assistant Professor” and co-director of the post graduate prosthodontic program at the University of Toronto. He maintains a private Prosthodontic specialist practice in Toronto and lectures around the world on topic of dental implants.

Romeo Paculanan graduated from Centro Escolar University, School of Dentistry in Manila, Philippines, and obtained his Master’s Certificate in Advanced Prosthodontics from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. He is now Faculty at the University of Toronto, School of Dentistry in the Department of Prosthodontics, and is currently the Course Director of IDAPP Prosthodontics.

This presentation and hands-on workshop will address the topic of atraumatic flapless extraction, immediate implant placement, socket grafting and immediate provisionalization for the anterior and posterior zones. Case selection criteria and diagnostic records for treatment planning will be covered. Co-sponsored by Nobel Biocare Canada Inc.

Dentrix Software Course Henry Schein

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am continues 1:30pm–4:00pm LA11

Cost: $149.00

VCC East - Room 7

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Technology

CE Approved CDSBC PM

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ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Dentrix is one of the leading Practice Management Software solutions sold in Canada. This hands-on seminar is designed to provide the participants with a basic understanding of the program. No previous experience is required to attend. While all aspects of the programs are touched upon, these seminars are geared towards effectively using the administrative functions and are ideal for both clinical staff and administrative team members. Users will be able to accomplish most “typical day” administrative activities including managing patient data, scheduling and financial management. Presented by Henry Schein

inute information “Special Announcements” and “Show News” features on the App provide up to the m


Hands - On Courses

Friday, March 18

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

Repeated Courses Dani Botbyl is a leading authority in ultrasonic instrumentation, who, for the past fifteen years, has served as National Clinical Educator with DENTSPLY Canada. She lectures internationally and has published numerous articles in industry and peer-reviewed journals. Current research interests include educational preparedness of dental hygienists in the area of ultrasonic instrumentation.

Dani Botbyl, RDH

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am LA13

Cost: $155.00

VCC West - Room 115

Repeated Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA18 Cost: $155.00 VCC West - Room 115

Repeated Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am LA38 Cost: $155.00

Recent research shows that 85% of Canadian dental hygienists don’t use left and right curved ultrasonic instruments despite the fact that their unique characteristics can offer superior access in furcations, concavities and on curved root surfaces. Although more perio suited than straight ultrasonic or manual instruments, curved ultrasonic tools are less intuitive to implement. Join us and work through a circuit of hands on activities incorporating live ultrasonic units, manikins heads and artificial calculus/biofilm all guaranteed to improve your skill using left and right curved ultrasonic instruments. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Canada Limited

VCC West - Room 115

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Periodontics CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Utilizing the Latest in Caries Diagnostics and Restorative Techniques – Hands-On Cost: $295.00

Lou Graham is extensively involved in continuing education for dental professionals, focusing on incorporating current clinical advancements through “conservative dentistry.” Dr. Graham is a published author in many leading national and international dental journals. He is a member of the ADA, AACD & AGD. He is the former Dental Director of the University of Chicago and enjoys his practice Chicago, IL.

Repeated Saturday, 12:30pm–3:00pm LA37 Cost: $295.00

The afternoon program will allow the attendee to get a “hands-on” feel for the latest in these caries diagnostic technologies. The course then transitions into another hands-on for the latest restorative materials for prevention and early restorations.

Lou Graham, DDS

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA36 VCC West - Room 114

VCC West - Room 114 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Prevention/Diagnosis, Restorative/Operative Dentistry CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

Morning Courses Records for Success

Shannon Pace Brinker is a National and International Speaker and published author. Shannon and her husband Erik are owners of a new publication Contemporary Product Solutions. Shannon was selected one of Dentistry Today’s Top 100 Clinicians of 2009 thru 2015. She was selected as Dental Products Report 25 most influential women in dentistry and Dr. Bicuspid’s Dental Assistant Educator of the year.

Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA, CDD

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am LA16

Cost: $175.00

VCC West - Room 113 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Assisting, Practice Management CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

With the complexity of today’s treatment plans, proper case planning is absolutely essential for a successful outcome. During the records gathering process you will learn what to do, who will do it, and why it is THE key component to the complete care restorative practice.

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Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Shape Matters: Curved Ultrasonic Instruments for Perio / Hands-On Workshop


Hands - On Courses

Friday, March 18

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

Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Morning Courses Are Your Pictures Perfect? How to Produce Quality Radiographs Edwin T. Parks, DMD, MS Gail Williamson, RDH, MS

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am LA17

Cost: $225.00

BCDA Learning Centre Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Digital Imaging, Radiology CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Edwin T. Parks is a Professor of Dental Diagnostic Sciences in the Dept. of Oral Pathology, Medicine and Radiology at Indiana University School of Dentistry in Indianapolis, IN. He serves as Director of Dental Radiology and Module Director for Dental Student Radiology Courses. Dr. Parks is a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology and the American Board of Oral Medicine. Gail Williamson is a Professor of Dental Diagnostic Sciences in the Dept. of Oral Pathology, Medicine and Radiology at Indiana University School of Dentistry in Indianapolis, IN. She received an AS in Dental Hygiene, a BS in Allied Health and a MS in Education. She serves as Director of Faculty Enhancement in the Office of Faculty Affairs and Course Director for Dental Hygiene Radiology Courses.

This course is designed to help participants improve their radiographic skills and produce high-quality radiographs via lecture and hands-on instruction. Techniques used to produce optimal intraoral, panoramic and digital radiographs will be presented. This course is recommended for all dental professionals, especially hygienists and assistants. *Transportation is provided to the BCDA Learning Centre. Bus leaves 15 minute prior to the course start time and returns immediately after course ends.

WaveOne Gold Root Canal Shaping, Effective Disinfection, and GuttaCore Obturation Jeff Coil, DMD, MSD, PhD, FRCD(C), FADI, FACD

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am LA14

Cost: $295.00

VCC West - Room 201 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

GST: Galler Spacing Technique David Galler, DMD

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am LA15

Cost: $295.00

VCC West - Room 114 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Orthodontics CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

Jeff Coil received his undergraduate, dental and doctorate degrees from UBC, and his Endodontic certificate at the University of Washington. He is an editorial consultant for the CDA Journal and on the Scientific Advisory Board for the Journal of Endodontics. He mentors the Northwest Endodontic Study Club and Seminar, and is Director of the Graduate Endodontics Program, Department OBMS, at UBC.

Participants will prepare canal glide paths with ProGlider, perform root canal instrumentation using WaveOne Gold, disinfect canals with Qmix, and obturate with GuttaCore. After creating proper glide paths, experience canal shaping with new reciprocating NiTi files, then obturate with GuttaCore. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Tulsa Dental Specialties Microscopes provided by Global Surgical Corp.

David Galler has a Cosmetic Dental Practice in Manhattan, NY. He is key opinion leader on Clear Aligner Therapy. He is recognized as a Top 1% Premier Provider of Invisalign and an Align Faculty Member. He is the inventor of GST- The unique IPR technique used by over 6,000 dentists worldwide. Also, currently serving his current term as the President of American Academy of Cosmetic Orthodontics.

Interproximal Reduction (IPR) is often a major roadblock for dentists when they think about treating Clear Aligner Therapy cases. This hands-on course teaches a NEW method to create a perfect space easily without damaging adjacent teeth when using IPR in conjuction with Orthodontics. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Canada Limited

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Hands - On Courses

Friday, March 18

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

Afternoon Courses Edwin T. Parks, DMD, MS Gail Williamson, RDH, MS

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA21

Cost: $225.00

BCDA Learning Centre Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Digital Imaging, Radiology CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Edwin T. Parks is a Professor of Dental Diagnostic Sciences in the Dept. of Oral Pathology, Medicine and Radiology at Indiana University School of Dentistry in Indianapolis, IN. He serves as Director of Dental Radiology and Module Director for Dental Student Radiology Courses. Dr. Parks is a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology and the American Board of Oral Medicine. Gail Williamson is a Professor of Dental Diagnostic Sciences in the Dept. of Oral Pathology, Medicine and Radiology at Indiana University School of Dentistry in Indianapolis, IN. She received an AS in Dental Hygiene, a BS in Allied Health and a MS in Education. She serves as Director of Faculty Enhancement in the Office of Faculty Affairs and Course Director for Dental Hygiene Radiology Courses.

This course will provide lecture and hands-on instruction in the basic concepts, equipment and techniques in digital radiography. The lecture portion includes an overview of factors to consider before “going digital” as well as the receptors, techniques and common errors associated with digital radiography. Clinicians who are planning to purchase digital technology or those who are current users but need help with image acquisition will find this course useful. *Transportation is provided to the BCDA Learning Centre. Bus leaves 15 minute prior to the course start time and returns immediately after course ends.

Implement Laser Technology for TODAY’s Periodontal Patients Samuel B. Low, DDS, MS, MEd

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA20

Cost: $295.00

VCC West - Room 201 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Laser Dentistry, Periodontics CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

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

Lasers offer a safe and effective alternative for a wide range of periodontal procedures. This hands-on workshop will introduce you to a variety of lasers that can be utilized from periodontal procedures to aesthetic crown length. Your patients will experience accelerated healing, reduced post-operative issues, shorter procedure time, less pain, greater case acceptance and a more relaxed experience. Participants will experience a step-by-step process with models in managing periodontitis. Co-sponsored by BIOLASE

Hands-On Workshop in Hypnosis for Therapeutic Communication Gabor Filo, DDS, ABHD

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA19

Cost: $175.00

VCC West - Room 113

Gabor Filo is a Diplomate of the American Board of Hypnosis in Dentistry, a Fellow of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis and an Honourary Member of the Canadian Society of Clinical Hypnosis – Ontario Division. He has taught nationally and internationally, and authored works on hypnosis. His practice focuses on the non-pharmacological treatment of dental anxiety and phobia.

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication

Participants will be introduced by way of practical exercises to the Trance model of communication. The exercises are meant to enhance rapport building, ideomotor signal identification, information gathering, word mastery, and the framing of phrases.

CE Approved CDSBC CL

Note: The Friday morning Open Session course on page 74 is a pre-requisite for this Hands-On course

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

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Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Digital Radiography – Join the Revolution


Saturday, March 19

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Saturday, 8:00am–12:00pm (special time) Code: LA26 Cost: $1,995.00 CAD Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Orthodontics CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

Steven Glassman is a graduate of Brandeis University and the Columbia University School of Dental and Oral Surgery. He reached the level of Invisalign® Elite Advantage Provider in 2005 and has been treating Invisalign patients since 2003 at the thriving New York City practice he owns with his wife. He won the Invisalign case shoot out in 2006 at the GP Summit.

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

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Saturday, 1:00pm–5:00pm (special time) Code: LA34 Cost: $225.00 Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Orthodontics CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

Designed for general practitioners interested in treating more difficult Invisalign® cases, Invisalign Intermediate builds on the skills learned in the introductory program and introduces advanced Invisalign® principles, tips, and techniques. This 4-hour course will assist you in gaining clinical confidence with Invisalign®, help you achieve great clinical results, and enhance your overall knowledge of the Invisalign® System. You will review common cases that move through a typical GP practice and will focus on how to apply the Invisalign technique to achieve excellent clinical outcomes. Presented by Align Technology

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Hands - On Courses

Saturday, March 19

exhibit hall closed

All Day Courses Michael Dare is the founder and CEO of Sea to Sky DentalEd Inc, an educational company specializing in training programs associated with dental sedation and with the sales of supplies and equipment needed for sedation. Michael assists in the provision of deep sedation anesthesia for UBC Faculty of Dentistry. He also facilitates ACLS, PALS, procedural sedation, and trauma courses throughout BC.

Michael Dare, BKin, RN, Advanced Life Support

Paramedic, Clinical Associate Professor (Hon)

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am continues 12:30pm–3:00pm LA24 Cost: $300.00

Delivered in partnership with the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, ACLS was created to help healthcare providers quickly recognize and respond to cardiovascular emergencies. The ACLS Refresher Course (1 day) is for anyone who has taken a HSFC ACLS within the last 2 years. HSFC Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers (C) CPR recertification will be included in the course. Dental team staff (CDAs and Hygienists) can attend and will receive a CDE attendance certificate. This course will teach the new 2015 ECC guidelines for ACLS and CPR.

VCC East - Room 13 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Emergency Medicine CE Approved CDSBC DME

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Repeated Courses (all day) Power Practice Software Course Henry Schein

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am continues 12:30pm–3:00pm LA25 Cost: $149.00

This Power Practice hands-on seminar provides a basic understanding of “typical day” administrative activities including entering and managing patients, procedures, payments, sending claims and adjustments along with Day End/Month End reporting and various other management tasks.

VCC East - Room 7

Repeated from Thursday, 8:30am–4:00pm LA2 Cost: $149.00

Presented by Henry Schein

VCC East - Room 7

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Technology

CE Approved CDSBC PM

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Repeated Courses (morning) Shape Matters: Curved Ultrasonic Instruments for Perio / Hands-On Workshop

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

Dani Botbyl, RDH

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am LA38 Cost: $155.00 VCC West - Room 115 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Periodontics CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Join us and work through a circuit of hands-on activities incorporating live ultrasonic units, manikins heads and artificial calculus/biofilm all guaranteed to improve your skill using left and right curved ultrasonic instruments. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Canada Limited

Repeated Courses (afternoon) Utilizing the Latest in Caries Diagnostics and Restorative Techniques – Hands-On

Lou Graham is extensively involved in continuing education for dental professionals, focusing on incorporating current clinical advancements through “conservative dentistry.” Dr. Graham is a published author in many leading national and international dental journals. He is a member of the ADA, AACD & AGD. He is the former Dental Director of the University of Chicago and enjoys his practice Chicago, IL.

Lou Graham, DDS

Saturday, 12:30pm–3:00pm LA37 Cost: $295.00 VCC West - Room 114

Repeated from Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA36 Cost: $295.00 VCC West - Room 114

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Prevention/Diagnosis, Restorative/Operative Dentistry

The afternoon program will allow the attendee to get a “hands-on” feel for the latest in these caries diagnostic technologies. The course then transitions into another hands on for the latest restorative materials for prevention and early restorations. These materials can include; the latest sealants, infiltration materials, and bioactive materials utilized in dentistry today. CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

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Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Advanced Cardiac Life Support Heart and Stroke Refresher Course for Dentists


Hands - On Courses

Saturday, March 19

exhibit hall closed

Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Morning Courses Balanced Living: Yoga the Complete Package

Gagan Bhalla is a practicing Orthodontist in Mississauga ON. Gagan and his wife Uma, both are Yoga practitioners and Breathing Coaches. They firmly believe the importance of Yoga in maintaining fit body and fit mind. Their contributions in spreading the Yoga Movement are remarkable and they have won several awards for their community services. They have been featured guests for numerous media sources.

Gagan Bhalla, BSc, BDS, DDS, Cert. Ortho Uma Bhalla

Saturday, 7:00am–8:30am (special time) LA22 Cost: $10.00 VCC West - Level 2 Ocean Foyer Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Ergonomics, Health CE Approved CDSBC NE

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

In Dentistry we face many challenges of balancing work, family and personal goals. Practicing Yoga and Pranayam (breathing techniques) will provide relaxation therapy to cope with stress, allowing you to be more relaxed, will increase your energy levels, burn fat and improve your overall health. Besides yogic jogging, postures, mediation, health tips and 7 simple but powerful breathing techniques will teach you how to transform your body from the inside out. Take a deep breath and discover a new way to live a healthy, happy and a long life! Note: This Yoga session/hands-on workshop is open to anyone and everyone! No experience is needed. Participants should bring a yoga mat and/or towel, water bottle and a smile! We also suggest that you wear loose comfortable clothing and eat only a light snack one hour prior.

* Restorative Endodontics, A Modern Standard of Care For Long-Term Success – Hands-On Alex Fleury, DDS, MS

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am LA30

Cost: $295.00

VCC West - Room 111

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

Alex Fleury obtained his MS in Oral Biology and Certificate in Endodontics from the University of Pennsylvania. Former Director of Predoctoral Endodontics at Nova Southeastern University and Baylor College of Dentistry. Currently in private practice in Dallas. He served on the Scientific Advisory Board of the Journal of Endodontics, and is Director of Educational Resources for Real World Endo.

A new instrumentation and obturation system (ESX®) will be introduced that incorporates the morning lecture concepts. The principal scientific concepts for successful endodontics will be presented as well as new technology and techniques that emphasize responsible shaping and HA (hydroxyapatite) bonding inside the root canal. Real World Endo remains dedicated to the preservation of the natural dentition through smarter more thoughtful endodontics. This presentation is a must see for those practitioners committed to clinical efficiency without sacrificing quality care for their patients. Co-sponsored by Brasseler Canada

Posture Perfect Workshop Timothy J. Caruso, PT, MBA, MS

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am LA29

Cost: $225.00

VCC West - Room 211 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Ergonomics CE Approved CDSBC NC

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Timothy J. Caruso is a practicing Physical Therapist who focused his professional expertise in the area of manual therapy and orthopedics, specifically neuromusculoskeletal disorders. Timothy is a nationally known professional speaker and has worked extensively with dental profession since 1988 in the areas of ergonomics, injury prevention, productivity, exercise and wellness. Member ADA DWAC.

For years dental professionals have been constrained by the limitations of their own work environment and the negative effect on their bodies while paying a high price physically. Get up to stretch and strengthen during the hands on portion of this lecture. Tim Caruso will lead you through a simple series of exercises on an exercise ball, designed specifically to help combat muscle imbalances that typically plague seated workers. Join us to re-educate your core and maintain proper working postures. All participants will receive their very own Evolution Chair. Co-sponsored by Posture Perfect Solutions Ltd.

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Hands - On Courses

Saturday, March 19

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Morning Courses Bethany Valachi is a physical therapist, dental ergonomic consultant and author of the book, “Practice Dentistry Pain-Free”. She is CEO of Posturedontics®, a company that provides research-based dental ergonomic education, and clinical instructor of ergonomics at OHSU School of Dentistry in Portland, Oregon. Bethany lectures internationally and has published over 50 dental articles.

Bethany Valachi, PT, MS, CEAS

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am LA31

Cost: $225.00

BCDA Learning Centre Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Ergonomics CE Approved CDSBC NC

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Positioning for Success in Dentistry: Ergonomic Lecture & Lab

Learn how to deliver dental care without compromising your posture! In this evidencebased lecture and lab, operators will learn a sequence for positioning the patient, chair, stool, headrest and light, with sample exercises for various tooth surfaces and quadrants. Use of special patient positioning aids & cushions to treat unique patient populations, different stool types, loupes and armrest adjustment will be introduced. Attendees will learn a special exercise for optimizing declination angle and head posture with dental loupes. Operators should bring their magnification loupes.

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*Transportation is provided to the BCDA Learning Centre. Bus leaves 15 minute prior to the course start time and returns immediately after course ends.

Academy of Emergency Training Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Emergency Medicine CE Approved CDSBC DME

ADA&C Y

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.

CDHBC Y

Advance Cardiac Life Support (ACLS for Dentistry)

CPR – Health Care Professional

Saturday, 9:00am–3:00pm Code: LA35

Saturday, 9:00am–3:00pm Code: LA23

VCC West - Room 215/216

Cost: $375.00

This Advanced Cardiac Life Support training is designed for the dental team and is based on the NEW 2015 ECC and HSFC Guidelines. There is an online component to be completed prior to attending class. Participants will review basic knowledge and understanding of: ECG rhythm interpretation for core ACLS rhythms, airway management and adjuncts, BLS skills, basic ACLS drug and pharmacology knowledge and effective team resuscitation concepts. Participants who provide a previous ACLS for Dentistry certificate are eligible to receive a Re-Cert. All participants will receive an attendance certificate. Requires current CPR-C within the past 2 years

VCC West - Room 208/209

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

CPR – Health Care Professional Re-certification Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am Code: LA27

VCC West - Room 221/222

New CPR – Health Care Professional – On-line and Classroom Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am Code: LA28 VCC West - Room 224

Repeated Saturday, 12:30pm–3:00pm Code: LA33 VCC West - Room 224

Cost: $75.00

Cost: $75.00

This blended Health Care Professional CPR course offers training in the new standards of CPR, based on the 2010 ECG Guidelines Blended training consists of a web-based session which must be completed prior to attending onsite, followed by an onsite session at the conference.

Cost: $90.00

Repeated Saturday, 12:30pm–3:00pm Code: LA32 VCC West - Room 221/222

Cost: $75.00

Cost: $75.00

This hands-on recert is for dental members who have taken CPR training within the last 2 years. Basic Life Support skills are demonstrated by instructors and participants practice each skill. All skill items in the full CPR-HCP course are covered. Please bring your CPR manual as none is provided.

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Open Sessions

Thursday, March 17

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

Live Dentistry Stage

Sponsored by

Thursday Demonstrations take place on the west side of the Exhibit Hall. Immediate Anterior Implant Solution with Ridge Augmentations using innovative PRF applications Bernard Jin, DMD, BSc, BEd

Commentary by Dr. Mark Kwon

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approved CDSBC CL

Co-sponsored by Hiossen Implant Canada Inc.

CDHBC NA

ADA&C Y

Demonstrating the innovative concept of immediate implant loading on a removable denture case. Immediate locator solution incorporates extractions, immediate implant placement, and immediate loading on Locator (Zest) abutments for a Same-Day Removable Implant Denture. This method is minimally invasive, cost-effective, highly predictable and yet, highly satisfying for our patients.

11:30am

Immediate Implant Denture Solution with Extractions, PRF, Immediate Implant Placement, and Immediate Loading Ho-Young Chung, DDS, BSc Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Commentary by Dr. Mark Kwon

Co-sponsored by Hiossen Implant Canada Inc.

CDHBC NA

2:00pm

Clinical Techniques For Sleep Apnea Therapy With Oral Appliances

The overall objective of this clinical demonstration is to provide each member of the dental office team with enough knowledge to undertake the treatment of snoring and sleep apnea patients with oral appliances.

Alan Lowe, DMD, Dip Ortho, PhD, FRCD(C)

Co-sponsored by Aurum Group

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Sleep Apnea CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Thursday Open Sessions

In the process of delivering an immediate anterior implant solution, Dr. Bernard Jin will employ innovative applications of PRF (Platelet Rich Fibrin) whilst demonstrating a reconstruction (vertically and laterally) of a compromised alveolar ridge. That which would typically constitute a year-long multi-surgery ordeal for the patient can now be reduced to a single surgery visit.

9:00am

CDHBC NA

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

Blood Pressure Awareness Clinic

Have you had your blood pressure checked lately? 80% of Heart disease and stroke can be prevented! Heart disease and stroke are the number ONE cause of death in British Columbia. Approximately 22% of Canadians between the ages of 19 and 65 have high blood pressure and 42% of these people don’t know they have the disease. Screening, ongoing monitoring and knowing your risk factors are KEY to the prevention of hypertension. Get your blood pressure tested at the PDC! Volunteer representatives will be on hand March 17th and 18th from 10:00am to 1:00pm on the Level 1 Foyer of the West Building.

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Open Sessions

Thursday, March 17

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

All Day Presentations Endodontics for General Dentists: Advanced, Practical and Comprehensive

Manor Haas is a Certified Specialist in Endodontics and is extensively involved in continuing education to dentists with emphasis on advanced instrumentation, obturation, and the benefits of 3D imaging in endodontics. He maintains a full time Endo private practice and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Dentists. Dr. Haas is on Staff at the University of Toronto and the Hospital for Sick Children.

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

Thursday Open Sessions

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

Speaker Host: Dr. William K. Armstrong

VCC West - Room 217/218/219 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

This program will review: Endo dx , anesthesia, access preparation, locating and instrumenting canals efficiently, reducing file fractures, canal medication, single vs. multiple appt. endo, warm obturation and analgesics and antibiotics in endo. The program will be very engaging and practical. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Tulsa Dental Specialties

Resolving Controversies in Implant Dentistry

Mark Lin received his dental degree from University of Detroit Mercy and post graduate Prosthodontics training from University of Toronto. He was a former “Assistant Professor” and co-director of the post graduate prosthodontic program at the University of Toronto. He maintains a private Prosthodontic specialist practice in Toronto and lectures around the world on topic of dental implants.

Mark Lin, BSc, DDS, MSc (Prosthodontics), FRCD (C) Romeo Paculanan, DMD

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am continues 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 306

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

Romeo Paculanan graduated from Centro Escolar University, School of Dentistry in Manila, Philippines, and obtained his Master’s Certificate in Advanced Prosthodontics from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. He is now Faculty at the University of Toronto, School of Dentistry in the Department of Prosthodontics, and is currently the Course Director of IDAPP Prosthodontics. Speaker Host: Dr. Bobby Birdi

Controversy, confusion and conflicting options exist in implant dentistry. This creates dilemmas for the practicing clinical dentists. The objective of this full day presentation is to clarify some of the controversies in the field of implant dentistry in a point / counter-point “Debate” format. Co-sponsored by Nobel Biocare Canada Inc.

Laser Periodontics – Evolution or Revolution

Rana Al-Falaki, BDS, MFDSRCSI, MClinDent MRD

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

Speaker Host: Ms. Lynette Cramen

VCC West - Room 221/222 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Laser Dentistry, Periodontics CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

All Ceramics: What’s New? What’s Proven? Controversies and Clinical Tips Damon Adams, DDS

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am continues 1:30pm–4:00pm Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Materials/Techniques

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ADA&C Y

In this growing era of new technology, lasers in periodontics has been a highly controversial issue – raising the question amongst the profession – should we or shouldn’t we be using them? This lecture will outline the advantages and uses of lasers in periodontics in this ever evolving field. Co-sponsored by BIOLASE

Damon C. Adams, a graduate of the University of Michigan School of Dentistry, is an assistant clinical professor at the University of Toledo, College of Medicine, Division of Dentistry. He is the editor-in-chief of Dentistry Today and is listed in Dentistry Today’s Leaders in Continuing Education. Dr. Adams is a member of the ADA, AGD, AACD, SCAD, ASDA, NADL, and a Fellow in the ICD. Speaker Host: Dr. William Cliffe

VCC West - Room 110

CE Approved CDSBC CL

Rana Al-Falaki has been a specialist in periodontics since 2002. She has been an undergraduate and post-graduate lecturer. Now mainly in specialist practice, she is conducting research on laser applications and lectures worldwide on the subject. She has published articles on the use of ErCr:YSGG laser in periodontology and peri-implantitis, and is founder of Global Perio Laser User Society.

CDHBC NA

In this engaging all-day program, Dr. Adams will share numerous clinical tips, while helping to increase your understanding of the most advanced materials with the goal of making better-informed choices. This science-based lecture is designed primarily for doctors and dental technicians. Co-sponsored by Aurum Group


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 17

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

All Day Presentations I Have It. You Need It: What’s Hot & What’s Getting Hotter!

Howard Glazer, international author and lecturer, is a Fellow and Past President of the Academy of General Dentistry. He is a Fellow of the International College of Dentists, a Diplomate of the American Board of Aesthetic Dentistry and authors popular “What’s Hot & What’s Getting Hotter!” monthly column for AGD Impact magazine.

Howard Glazer, DDS FAGD

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

Speaker Host: Dr. Kevin Bougher

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Materials/Techniques CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

This is a program about real dentistry for real people by a real dentist! Dr. Glazer will present a potpourri of materials and techniques that will make your day at the office easier, more productive and fun! Topics will include materials that are tried and true and what’s new! Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

Cutting Edge Products For Clinical Excellence

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

Derek Hein

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

Speaker Host: Dr. Laureen DiStefano

VCC West - Room 301

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Materials/Techniques CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Thursday Open Sessions

VCC West - Room 224

CDHBC Y

The products you use every day can make or break your clinical results. It is self evident to clinicians that some products simply work better than others. The challenge is to know which products truly are superior. This course is about dental products – to inform the entire dental team.

Repeated Presentations (morning) Esthetics Fixed, Removable Otherwise!!! George Kirtley, DDS

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 119/120

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

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Fixed Prosthodontics, Removable Prosthodontics, Restorative/Operative Dentistry CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

George Kirtley received his degree from Indiana University, He is Dually Accredited Member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and Clinical Instructor for the NY, London and Palm Beach Aesthetic Advantage since 1996. Dr. Kirtley maintains a private practice in Indianapolis, Indiana where he focuses on aesthetic restorative dentistry. Speaker Host: Dr. Phil Hou

This lecture will delve into esthetic smile design covering restoration of various esthetic challenges utilizing fixed, removable and implant born prostheses. It will cover esthetic restoration of anterior crowding, excessive spacing, color change and the edentulous and partially edentulous. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

CDHBC NA

What Is It? How Do I Use It? Today’s Dental Products and Treatment Options Tricia Osuna, RDH, BSDH, FAADH

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

Tricia Osuna is a USC graduate, Past President of the American Academy of Dental Hygiene and CA Dental Hygienists’ Association; CDHA / ADHA member; previous Member of the Dental Board of California; licensed in CA and NY; Founding Member of the American Board of Facial Esthetics with 37 years of experience. Tricia is the 2015 recipient of the ADHA Alfred C. Fones award. Speaker Host: Ms. Corrina Moldowan

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

Today’s dental sessions require an exhaustive knowledge of products, instruments and equipment. We should be at the pulse of clinical devices and treatment, while being able to recommend product protocols for use in the office. Various products and topics will be presented to improve clinical care.

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Materials/Techniques THURSDAY MORNING Co-sponsored by Paradise Dental Technologies and by Q-Optics CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

THURSDAY AFTERNOON Co-sponsored by Philips Sonicare and by Oral Science

“Special Announcements” and “Show News” features on the A pp provide up to the minute information

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Open Sessions

Thursday, March 17

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

Repeated Presentations (morning) Dealing with Difficult Patients – How to Turn Lemons into Lemonade Lois Banta

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Ms. Carley Tollefson

Thursday Open Sessions

VCC East - Room 8/15

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

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Communication CE Approved CDSBC PM

ADA&C Y

The audience will learn specific communication skills to prevent difficult patient challenges from escalating into the most impossible scenarios…it starts with the team and ends with the team!

CDHBC Y

R.I.S.E. to Success Judy Kay Mausolf

Thursday, 9:00am–11:30am (special time) VCC East - Ballroom A

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

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication CE Approved CDSBC PM

Lois Banta is CEO, President and Founder of Banta Consulting, Inc., a company that specializes in all aspects of dental practice management. Lois has almost 40 years of dental experience and consults and speaks nationally and internationally. She is also the owner and CEO of The Speaking Consulting Network.

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Can We Talk – Mastering TOP TIER Communication Chris Scappatura

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

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

Judy Kay Mausolf is a dental practice management coach, speaker and author with expertise in helping others get happier and more successful! She coaches dentists and their teams how to become better leaders, work together better and deliver service with more passion and fun which ultimately result in growing their practice. Speaker Host: Ms. Kathryn Knowles

Building a high performing team results in business success. Success is measured by a healthy bottom line, united leadership and a cohesive team. It also must include an environment you enjoy working in – with a feeling of a job well done at the end of the day! Chris Scappatura is passionate about promoting positive lasting personal and office changes through hilarious yet thought-provoking seminars and coaching. With over 20 years in the dental industry, he has implemented practice management systems for offices across North America. Chris’ seminars on practice management and personal development pinpoint ways to improve yourself and the overall office environment. Speaker Host: Ms. Birgit Gajdos

This seminar breaks down the barriers that hinder an office from having TOP TIER

communication. You learn to build an effective pyramid of communication. The Team at the Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication, Personal Development bottom supports a positive Office environment in the middle to give the Patient, at the top, CE Approved CDSBC PM

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Wit, Fit and Balance – Strategies for Success

an outstanding experience.

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

She can motivate the room! Over the past three decades Meg Soper has worked as a healthcare professional, stand-up comic, keynote speaker and raised a family. She has taken the life lessons learned while traveling this unique path to inspire audiences to shift their perspective. Meg blends her unique insights with unforgettable humour to help people develop practical strategies for work and life.

VCC East - Ballroom B

Speaker Host: Ms. Catherine Corbeil

Meg Soper, RN

Repeated Friday, 9:00am–11:30am

A lighthearted presentation that deals with the stresses of everyday life while focusing on effective communication and dealing with different personalities and generations in the Learning Pattern: Personal Development workplace. Improve patient and internal communication for a more positive and productive Communication, Personal Development workplace environment. VCC East - Ballroom C

CE Approved CDSBC NC

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

The Nutrition Prescription Tieraona Low Dog, MD

Thursday, 9:00am–11:30am (special time) VCC West - Ballroom B

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

Learning Pattern: Personal Development General Medicine, Health CE Approved CDSBC NC

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ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Tieraona Low Dog has been a speaker at more than 550 scientific/medical conferences, published 40 peer-reviewed articles, written 20 chapters for medical textbooks, and has authored four books, including two National Geographic books, Healthy at Home and Life is Your Best Medicine. She has appeared on CNN, ABC’s 20/20, is a frequent guest on the Dr. OZ show and NPR’s The People’s Pharmacy. Speaker Host: Chris Gordon

This informative and fact-filled lecture will explore how macronutrients, micronutrients, glycemic index/load, dietary patterns and sugar substitutes impact oral health, periodontal disease and overall health. Learn the cutting-edge science behind the recommendations.

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Open Sessions

Thursday, March 17

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

Repeated Presentations (afternoon) The Esthetic Assistant

Shannon Pace Brinker is a National and International Speaker and published author. Shannon and her husband Erik are owners of a new publication Contemporary Product Solutions. Shannon was selected one of Dentistry Today’s Top 100 Clinicians of 2009 thru 2015. She was selected as Dental Products Report 25 most influential women in dentistry and Dr. Bicuspid’s Dental Assistant Educator of the year.

Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA, CDD

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

Repeated Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Dental Assisting CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

Shannon Brinker Pace and her team of Dental Assisting Experts jointly teach the following lecture. This program is designed for the Dental Assistant perspectives and techniques to create success from Our Side of the Chair.

CDHBC Y

Go From Good to Great Dentistry For Doctors & Teams

Gary Kadi has been a devoted advocate for the dental community, their families, and their patients for over 20 years. A speaker, author, and researcher, Gary re-energizes practices and helps dentists implement systems and raise their profit margins. Gary has authored several books, the first of which, Million Dollar Dentistry, has been distributed in 37 countries with over 80,000 copies in print.

Gary Kadi

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

VCC West - Room 208/209

Speaker Host: Ms. Andrea Driedger

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

This session is for doctors and team members who want to have breakthroughs personally and professionally, and be more fulfilled! If you want to learn the tools and skills to reduce broken and cancelled appointments and increase case acceptance, this course is for you!

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approved CDSBC NE

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

Communication Solutions – Attitudes Breakdowns and Conflict Resolutions

Judy Kay Mausolf is a dental practice management coach, speaker and author with expertise in helping others get happier and more successful! She coaches dentists and their teams how to become better leaders, work together better and deliver service with more passion and fun which ultimately result in growing their practice.

Judy Kay Mausolf

Thursday, 2:00pm–4:30pm (special time) VCC East - Ballroom A

Speaker Host: Ms. Kathryn Knowles

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

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Communication CE Approved CDSBC PM

ADA&C Y

Thursday Open Sessions

Speaker Host: Ms. Melody Weimer

VCC East - Room 2/3

Discover how to elevate your communication to a level that inspires open communication, prevents breakdowns, resolves conflict and builds trust and respect resulting in high performing team and patient relationships!

CDHBC Y

Waking Up on The Wrong Side of the Bed

Chris Scappatura is passionate about promoting positive lasting personal and office changes through hilarious yet thought-provoking seminars and coaching. With over 20 years in the dental industry, he has implemented practice management systems for offices across North America. Chris’ seminars on practice management and personal development pinpoint ways to improve yourself and the overall office environment.

Chris Scappatura

Thursday, 2:00pm–4:30pm (special time) VCC West - Ballroom C

Repeated Friday, 2:00pm–4:30pm

Speaker Host: Ms. Birgit Gajdos

VCC East - Ballroom A

Chris is back with new facts and simple steps to help you dramatically improve your health Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Communication, and well-being. Once again, focusing on the foods you eat, exercise, relationships and making the right choices for you. Learn how the office environment / productivity are directly Personal Development

CE Approved CDSBC NE

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

affected by these choices.

Top Selling Dietary Supplements – What the Dental Team Should Know

Tieraona Low Dog has been a speaker at more than 550 scientific/medical conferences, published 40 peer-reviewed articles, written 20 chapters for medical textbooks, and has authored four books, including two National Geographic books, Healthy at Home and Life is Your Best Medicine. She has appeared on CNN, ABC’s 20/20, is a frequent guest on the Dr. OZ show and NPR’s The People’s Pharmacy.

Tieraona Low Dog, MD

Thursday, 2:00pm–4:30pm (special time) VCC West - Ballroom B

Speaker Host: Chris Gordon

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

Learning Pattern: Personal Development General Medicine, Health CE Approved CDSBC NC

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

The use of dietary supplements has become commonplace in the US. All members of the dental team should be familiar with the evidence of safety and benefit for the most commonly used dietary supplements to enhance patient outcomes and reduce risk of adverse events associated with dental procedures.

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Open Sessions

Thursday, March 17

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

Morning Presentations Doc, That Tooth Was Never a Problem Until You “Fixed” It! Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Jack Griffin Jr earned his DMD degree from Southern Illinois in 1987 and completed a GPR at the University of Louisville in 1988. Jack has Diplomat status with the American Board of Aesthetic Dentistry (ABAD), accreditation with AACD, and Mastership in the AGD. Jack has served as the MasterTrack/CE chair for the Missouri AGD and has reviewed products for Reality Esthetics, the Catapult Group.

VCC West - Room 118

Speaker Host: Ms. Fidelia Omorodion

Thursday Open Sessions

Jack Griffin Jr, DMD

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

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

Interdisciplinary Dentistry – The Restorative Quarterback Elliot Mechanic, BSc, DDS

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Restorative/Operative Dentistry ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

Diagnosing And Treating the Worn Dentition Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

The restorative dentist serves as the quarterback when establishing a comprehensive dental treatment plan. Spectacular aesthetic results can be achieved by allowing the patient’s face to dictate the treatment. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

Speaker Host: Dr. Terry Godinho

VCC West - Room 208/209 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Treatment Planning ADA&C Y

Elliot Mechanic practices aesthetic dentistry in Montreal, Canada. He received his Bachelor of Science (1975) and Doctor of Dental Surgery (1979) degrees from McGill University. Dr. Mechanic is the aesthetic editor of Canada’s ‘Oral Health’ dental journal and is on the editorial board of Dentistry Today. He also is the cofounder of the Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry.

Tom Dudney is the clinical director for the newly formed Pacific Aesthetic Continuum (PAC) hands-on programs. He is a member of the American Dental Association, the Alabama Dental Association, and the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. He is also an accredited member of the American Society for Dental Aesthetics and a Diplomate of the American Board of Aesthetic Dentistry.

Tom Dudney, DMD

CE Approved CDSBC CL

Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

Speaker Host: Dr. Edison Teo

VCC West - Room 116/117

CE Approved CDSBC CL

Doc, that tooth never hurt until you “FIXED” it. Certainly you’ve done a restoration on an asymptomatic tooth only to create a tooth that is cold sensitive or that the patient can’t bite on. Creating sensitive patients causes so much stress in the dental office. Let’s stop the madness.

CDHBC NA

This lecture will discuss the etiologies and distinguishing characteristics of tooth wear and present a systematic approach to diagnosis and restoration illustrated by clinical cases. Multidisciplinary coordination and lab communication - key elements to successful treatment - will also be discussed. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

CDABC Forum – Excellent Everyday Composites Peter Walford, DDS, FCARDP

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 211 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Assisting CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

CDHBC NA

Peter Walford mentors study clubs and online study groups in Composite Resin and Adhesive Prosthodontics technique. He has presented for UBC/CE, BCDA, and dental meetings across Canada, and published in several dental journals. His website www.peterwalforddentistry.com provides details and references for progressive, effective methods drawn from 40 years of practice. The CDABC is the only organization that represents the certified dental assisting profession in British Columbia, acting as an advocate for our members, fostering unity and serving as an agent for positive change. See Dr. Walford on the Live Dentistry Stage Friday at 8:30am

High-quality composites depend on hundreds of small improvements, many within the power of the CDA to manage. Best practices in isolation, placement, curing, finishing and articulation attain remarkable results for patients, as shown by the lecturer from his practice. Presented by Certified Dental Assistants of British Columbia

The Era of Implants... What YOU Need to Know! Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Nancy Adair has pursued clinical excellence and CE for 32 years and is changing the image/roles of the dental TEAM! She has been an educator (PACE), dental strategist, International speaker, RDH supervisor, transition lead, ‘perio’ DH and founder of Hygiene Excellence - ‘The Working Model’ and PTM™ (Periodontal Therapist Module). Graduate of University of Manitoba, Dipl DH and University of Winnipeg, BA.

VCC East - Room 2/3

Speaker Host: Ms. Genevieve Schallmann

Nancy Adair, RDH, BA

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Implants, Periodontics CE Approved CDSBC CL

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ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Placement of implants has far superseded the ‘management/treatment’ of implants. Understand how implants are similar but YET different than treatment of natural teeth! Have you wondered how to schedule, diagnose or manage implant cases? Here is ONE for the TEAM!

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Open Sessions

Thursday, March 17

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

Morning Presentations Making Endodontics the Best Part of Your Dental Day: Predictable and Pleasant

John West is an endodontic clinical visionary, inventor, educator, and skills performance teacher. He teaches dentists to move from where they are to where they want to be in their endodontic mastery. John is Affiliate Associate professor at the University of Washington graduate endodontic program.

John West, DDS, MSD

Speaker Host: Dr. Kenneth (Ken) Donald

VCC West - Room 212/213/214

What if your endodontics were actually FUN for you and a positive experience for your patient? Dr. John West has a reputation for teaching restorative dentists high performance endodontic skills that will give you a sustainable plan for success literally with every patient

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Co-sponsored by Dentsply Tulsa Dental Specialties

CDHBC NA

Note: This Open Session course is a pre-requisite for the Hands-On course on page 36

Is Your Soft & Hard Tissue Grafting Failing Too Often? Paradigm Shift in Implantology

Paul Jang is a board certified periodontist in Canada and USA. He is a clinical professor at the department of periodontics at the University of British Columbia. He is the founder and director of Northwest Dental Institute training and mentoring dental professionals in the art of periodontal surgery and implantology.

Paul Jang, DMD, FRCD (C)

Speaker Host: Ms. Jessica Crome

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

Current techniques in bone and soft tissue regeneration are technically challenging and invasive to our patients. The concept and application of concentrated growth factors (CGF), autologous fibrin glue (AFG) & ‘sticky bone’ will be discussed in detail with scientific background and clinical cases.

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

Co-sponsored by Henry Schein

Predictable, Simplified, Staged Dental Implant Therapy for the General Practitioner Jim Grisdale, BA, DDS, Dip. Prosth., Dip. Perio., MRCD(C)

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Ms. Yvonne Smith

VCC East - Room 1

With implant dentistry becoming mainstream in daily dental practice, it is imperative for the general dentist to rationalize dental implants as a viable treatment option, successfully treatment plan implant cases, understand the science behind implant surgery, prosthetics and long term maintenance.

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

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

Co-sponsored by Straumann

The Big “C” – from A to Z

Allan Hovan received his undergraduate dental degree from the University of British Columbia and his specialty training in Oral Medicine and Masters Degree in Dentistry from the University of Washington. He is a sessional lecturer at UBC’s Faculty of Dentistry and currently serves as the Provincial Practice leader for the Program in oral Oncology Dentistry at the British Columbia Cancer Agency.

Allan Hovan, DMD, MSD, RCDC (C)

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 109 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Atraumatic Oral Surgery – Simple and Predictable Approaches to Oral Surgery Alan Jeroff, DMD

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Surgery ADA&C Y

Speaker Host: Dr. Maureen Piche

Cancer is now the leading cause of death in North America. With advancements in early detection and treatment, cancer patients are living longer. This presentation will outline the many exciting innovations in cancer care delivery and provide an insight into providing comprehensive ongoing care. Alan Jeroff graduated from the University of Manitoba Dental School in 1977 and is in private practice in Vancouver, BC. Alan is an invited lecturer and plenary/ keynote speaker both locally and internationally including Canada, USA, Taiwan, Brazil, Australia,and Israel, His topics include Oral Surgery and Local Anaesthesia emphasizing the “how to” and “why” of CLINICAL DENTISTRY. Speaker Host: Dr. Anton Luu

VCC West - Room 215/216

CE Approved CDSBC CL

Jim Grisdale is a Board Certified Specialist in Periodontics and Prosthodontics with a former private practice in Vancouver, BC. Dr. Grisdale received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from McGill University, and a post graduate degree in Restorative Dentistry and Prosthodontics. Currently Dr. Grisdale is full time faculty member in the Department of Periodontics at Loma Linda University.

CDHBC NA

Have you ever had a routine dental extraction that turned ugly? This lecture is designed for generalists who want to expand their oral surgery experience and better understand and manage dento-alveolar surgical procedures using atraumatic techniques to leave as much boney architecture as possible. in conjunction with the Canadian Dental Association

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Open Sessions

Thursday, March 17

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

Morning Presentations Do You Screen Your Pediatric Patients for Sleep Disorders? Edmund Liem, DDS

Thursday Open Sessions

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Ms. Michelle Kertesz

VCC East - Room 10 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Pediatric Dentistry, Sleep Apnea CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Preventing Dental Decay the Natural Way Hardy Limeback, BSc, PhD, DDS

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

ADA&C Y

An un-cooperative child in a dental office could be suffering from a sleep disorder. It is important for the clinician to recognise these symptoms and arrange direct care or initiate a referral. This information could be life-altering for the patient. Learn the signs and symptoms of sleep disorders! Hardy Limeback, Prof Emeritus, former head, University of Toronto Preventive Dentistry, and part-time dentist, conducted 28 years research on fluoride and hard tissue development. He was president of the Canadian Association of Dental Research (1999) and a member of the US NRC Committee on Fluoride in Drinking Water (2006). His popular text “Comprehensive Preventive Dentistry” was published by Wiley in 2012. Speaker Host: Dr. Lanny Donald

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Prevention/Diagnosis CE Approved CDSBC CL

Edmund Liem graduated in January 1979 from the University of Nijmegen in the Netherlands. He has the diplomate status in 5 different organisations (AAOP, ABCDSM, IBO, AAPM and CAPM) and Fellow in 3 (AACP, ICCMO and IAO). Dr. Liem is the current president of the Canadian Chapter of the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain. He practices at the Vancouver TMJ and Sleep Therapy Centre.

CDHBC Y

Dental Chair Oral Health I – Focus on Prevention During Prophylactic Care

To prevent dental caries, proper diet and dental hygiene are essential. Additionally, natural, non-pharmaceutical approaches (e.g. foods, herbs, probiotics, and plant extracts) show some promise for caries protection. These natural strategies will be discussed and critiqued.

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

Kate O’Hanlan is a gynecologic cancer surgeon with 51 journal articles on minimally invasive surgical care for women. She founded the Laparoscopic Institute for Gynecology and Oncology, which has trained 2000 surgeons worldwide to perform laparoscopic hysterectomy. She also promotes women’s optimal health everywhere she can using published evidence and hilarity to get the message across.

VCC West - Ballroom A

Speaker Host: Ms. Subbalakshmi Arunachalam Pillai

Kate O’Hanlan, MD

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Prevention/Diagnosis, General Medicine, Health CE Approved CDSBC NC

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

The Use of Oral Appliances for the Treatment of Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnea Alan Lowe, DMD, Dip Ortho, PhD, FRCD(C)

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Sleep Apnea ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

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

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

ADA&C Y

This seminar will outline the appropriate use of oral appliances in patients with snoring and obstructive sleep apnea. Particular emphasis will be placed on the interaction with the attending physician or sleep specialist and the detailed dental clinical protocols and procedures required. See Dr. Lowe on the Live Dentistry Stage Thursday at 2:00pm

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: Maison Elchames

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Trauma Dentistry CE Approved CDSBC CL

Alan Lowe is Professor and Chair of the Division of Orthodontics in the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of British Columbia. Dr. Lowe has undertaken extensive research on the use of oral appliances for the treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea. In addition, he holds Canadian, US and worldwide independent patents for three technologies related to his sleep research endeavours. Speaker Host: Dr. Randy Patch

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

CE Approved CDSBC CL

Dr. O’Hanlan will cover women’s health for all ages: from Generation X to late Boomers, focusing on the major areas of health that we need to know about. Her goal is for you to prophylax more areas of the body than just the mouth during the quality time that you spend with your patients.

CDHBC Y

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 Canada Limited

Note: This Open Session course is a pre-requisite for the Hands-On course on page 37

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Open Sessions

Thursday, March 17

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

Morning Presentations Antibiotics in Dentistry

Robert Fazio received his BA from Harvard College and his DMD from the Harvard School of Dental Medicine, completing two Fellowships in Periodontology and Oral Medicine. For 35 years, Dr. Fazio has been Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery at the Yale School of Medicine. For over a decade he has been on Dentistry Today’s Top 100 Clinical Educators list.

Robert Fazio, BA, DMD

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 202/203/204

CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Speaker Host: Ms. Mardie Cha

The course will discuss the changing antibiotic options in dentistry for acute localized and spreading infections and antibiotic prophylaxis. What is the effect of physician prescribed medications, specific disease states, medical devices, stents, catheters, prosthetic valves and joints on choice.

CDSPI Session – The Anatomy of Building a Million Dollar Portfolio

Ron Haik is VP, Investment Advisory Services at CDSPI, exclusively serving the dental community, providing financial solutions specific to the needs of dental professionals. Ron leads a group of advisors that provide clients with comprehensive financial planning advice, helping them integrate both their personal and corporate assets into custom-tailored investment and estate plans. Panel speakers – Richard Beeson - BSc. Econ; Bran Kalmar - CFA; and Andrew Sweeney - CFA, CPA, CA, BBA

Ron Haik

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 302/303 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approved CDSBC NE

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

Thursday Open Sessions

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Pharmacology, General Medicine

Certified Financial Planner Ron Haik will lead you through a two-part session, providing dentists with a behind the scenes look at how a financial plan is developed to achieve financial independence, followed by a panel discussion of equity and bond portfolio managers on the state of the markets. Sponsored by CDSPI

Afternoon Presentations The Art & Science of Buffering Anesthetic: Defining the Future Michael Falkel, DDS

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 205/206/207 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Anaesthesia CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Cancer Patient Management & The Hesitant Dental Team David Yang, DDS, FRCD(C)

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Assisting, Dental Hygiene, Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology ADA&C Y

Speaker Host: Dr. Withny Dagrain

This presentation will focus on the science of local anesthesia including: the time course of analgesia, the factors that contribute to inconsistent anesthetic performance and how the body must overcome the acidity of local anesthetic injections before the anesthetic can take effect. A novel ex-vivo alkalization (buffering) system will be described along with the role buffering anesthetic plays in “Defining the Future” of local anesthesia in dentistry. David Yang is the Provincial Practice Leader of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the BC Cancer Agency. He is co-author of the Oral Care Manual for the Cancer Patient project at the Agency. He received his surgery training from Cornell Medical Center. He has both a private and a hospital practice, with interests in medicationrelated osteonecrosis of the jaw and complex implant reconstruction. Speaker Host: Ms. Alice Mak

VCC West - Room 215/216

CE Approved CDSBC CL

Mic Falkel has been practicing general dentistry in Monterey California since 1989. Frustrated with the performance of local anesthetic he began research into anesthesia pharmacokinetics. Based on this research, Dr. Falkel brings the science of buffering anesthetic to dentistry. Dr. Falkel is the co-founder of Onpharma Inc. an anesthetic technology and products company.

CDHBC Y

CDHBC Forum College of Dental Hygienists of BC

Thursday, 2:00pm–4:30pm (special time)

Radiation. Chemotherapy. Bisphosphonates. Jaw necrosis. There is much to be hesitant about when it comes to managing the cancer patient in the private practice setting. Let us dispel the myths, expunge the antiquated ideas and learn the modern evidence-based management. 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.

VCC East - Ballroom B

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene CE Approved CDSBC NE

ADA&C NE

CDHBC Y

Join the Registrar and staff of the College of Dental Hygienists of BC for discussions on current topics in dental hygiene. Presented by College of Dental Hygienists of British Columbia

“Special Announcements” and “Show News” features on the Ap p provide up to the minute information

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Open Sessions

Thursday, March 17

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

Thursday Open Sessions

Afternoon Presentations Game of Zones: Conquering Inflammation Marilyn Goulding, RDH, BSc., MOS

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

Speaker Host: Ms. Sylvie Martel

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Marilyn Goulding, through 45 years in clinical practice, dental research and education, has a wide repertoire of expertise. She has been faculty, Research Coordinator for Clinical Studies at SUNY, Buffalo and longtime Editor for CDHA. She is alumni from the University of Alberta and SUNY, has a BSc. in Dental Hygiene Education and Clinical Research and a Masters’ of Oral Sciences in Periodontics and Biosurfaces.

CDHBC Y

Inflammation creates the ‘Biofilm’ dragon. Scaler swordplay loses to the ‘Red Queen’ and disease pathways open. The “Two Hit Model” of systemic disease explains how to enlist ‘zones’ of host response for periodontal victory. ‘Layered therapies’ tame this dragon and puts oral health back on the throne. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Canada Limited

Panoramic Radiography: Are Your Images Up To Snuff Edwin T. Parks, DMD, MS Gail Williamson, RDH, MS

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC East - Room 8/15 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Digital Imaging, Radiology CE Approved CDSBC CL

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ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Edwin T. Parks is a Professor of Dental Diagnostic Sciences in the Dept. of Oral Pathology, Medicine and Radiology at Indiana University School of Dentistry in Indianapolis, IN. He serves as Director of Dental Radiology and Module Director for Dental Student Radiology Courses. Dr. Parks is a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology and the American Board of Oral Medicine. Gail Williamson is a Professor of Dental Diagnostic Sciences in the Dept. of Oral Pathology, Medicine and Radiology at Indiana University School of Dentistry in Indianapolis, IN. She received an AS in Dental Hygiene, a BS in Allied Health and a MS in Education. She serves as Director of Faculty Enhancement in the Office of Faculty Affairs and Course Director for Dental Hygiene Radiology Courses. Speaker Host: Dr. Maria Teresa Kravjanski

This course is designed to assist the clinician in optimal patient preparation, positioning and error correction, evaluation, and interpretation of panoramic radiographs. Dentists, dental hygienists and assistants will benefit from this lecture and easy to apply information.

Canadian Dental Hygienists Association

2015 Job Market & Employment Survey Report Visit CDHA at booth #1551 and pick up a copy of the executive summary. www.cdha.ca/2015JobSurvey


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 17

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

Afternoon Presentations Simplified Single Tooth Replacement: Stress-Free, Cement-Free Implant Restorations George Freedman, DDS

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Dr. Jimmy Loo

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

Tooth or Implant: What Do You Prefer? Liran Levin, Prof.

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 109 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants, Periodontics, Treatment Planning CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

Implant restorations are very predictable, very profitable, and well accepted by patients. High costs and procedural confusion hamper treatment. Stress-free implant restoration includes diagnosis, surgical referral, restoration and trouble-shooting steps. Competitive implant hardware costs benefit all. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

Liran Levin is Head of the Periodontology at the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Alberta. A visiting professor at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine, Boston. Previously, Head of Research at the School of Dentistry, Rambam Health Care Campus. Published more than 190 articles and book chapters in international professional journals. Speaker Host: Dr. Warrick Yu

This lecture will provide a re-evaluation of our paradigms, beliefs and knowledge regarding both tooth prognosis evaluation and long-term implant success according to the currently available knowledge. Co-sponsored by Colgate

Emerging Trends in Periodontics Jim Grisdale, BA, DDS, Dip. Prosth., Dip. Perio., MRCD(C)

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC East - Room 1 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Periodontics CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Jim Grisdale is a Board Certified Specialist in Periodontics and Prosthodontics with a former private practice in Vancouver, BC. Dr. Grisdale received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from McGill University, and a post graduate degree in Restorative Dentistry and Prosthodontics. Currently Dr. Grisdale is full time faculty member in the Department of Periodontics at Loma Linda University. Speaker Host: Ms. Yvonne Smith

Emerging concepts of periodontal disease, periodontal treatments and technologies are introduced everyday to dental professionals.This course is designed for the entire dental team and will provide a comprehensive in depth view on current and future concepts of periodontal disease and treatment. Co-sponsored by Straumann

Dental Chair Oral Health II – Maximizing Prevention Strategies, the Health Reward Kate O’Hanlan, MD

Thursday, 2:00pm–4:30pm (special time) VCC West - Ballroom A

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Prevention/Diagnosis, General Medicine, Health CE Approved CDSBC NC

ADA&C Y

David Clark, BSc, DDS, MSc, FRCDC

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Optimal health counseling during prophylaxis requires a broad fund of knowledge. Understanding the anatomy, development and pathology of common ailments helps you to counsel your clients to greater well-being.

David Clark is Director of Dental Services at Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences in Whitby, Ontario and is also an Associate in Clinical Dentistry, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto. His hospital-based practice is devoted to the dental care of individuals undergoing primary care for psychiatric illness often co-existing with other medically compromising conditions. Speaker Host: Ms. Linda Kilpatrick

VCC East - Room 10 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Pharmacology, Special Needs ADA&C Y

Speaker Host: Ms. Subbalakshmi Arunachalam Pillai

CDHBC Y

Schizophrenia: A Break with Reality – Implications for Dental Care

CE Approved CDSBC CL

Kate O’Hanlan is a gynecologic cancer surgeon with 51 journal articles on minimally invasive surgical care for women. She founded the Laparoscopic Institute for Gynecology and Oncology, which has trained 2000 surgeons worldwide to perform laparoscopic hysterectomy. She also promotes women’s optimal health everywhere she can using published evidence and hilarity to get the message across.

CDHBC Y

Schizophrenia represents a serious and debilitating form of psychiatric disorder affecting mood, thought and behaviour. The individual with acute psychosis will have a bizarre sense of reality with emotional and cognitive impairments leading to a loss of normal function within one’s environment.

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Thursday Open Sessions

VCC West - Room 116/117

CE Approved CDSBC CL

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


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 17

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

Afternoon Presentations Medicine, Dentistry and Drugs

Robert Fazio received his BA from Harvard College and his DMD from the Harvard School of Dental Medicine, completing two Fellowships in Periodontology and Oral Medicine. For 35 years, Dr. Fazio has been Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery at the Yale School of Medicine. For over a decade he has been on Dentistry Today’s Top 100 Clinical Educators list.

Robert Fazio, BA, DMD

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Thursday Open Sessions

VCC West - Room 118 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Pharmacology, General Medicine CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Speaker Host: Ms. Mardie Cha

The dentist has an aging population with a myriad of medical problems and physician prescribed medications. The course will explore the impact of these issues on the dentist’s choice of analgesics, local anesthetics and other top 50 dental prescriptions in the context of the treatment plan.

Portrait of a Successful Dental Practice – BCDA Practice Management Series For Dentists Only Panel Speakers Jim Armstrong, DMD, MBA Charlene Henry, CPA, CA Cheryl Landrigan, APR Patty Scrase, Practice Finance Consultant

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 302/303

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approved CDSBC PM

ADA&C NE

Jim Armstrong

Lois Banta is CEO, President and Founder of Banta Consulting, Inc., a company that specializes in all aspects of dental practice management. Lois has almost 40 years of dental experience and consults and speaks nationally and internationally. She is also the owner and CEO of The Speaking Consulting Network.

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Ms. Carley Tollefson

VCC West - Room 212/213/214 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Communication CDHBC Y

Learn the secrets of effective scheduling. Good scheduling guarantees happier doctors, staff, and patients. And…when everyone is happy, your bottom line will be healthier.

Therapeutic Use of Botulinum Toxin in Dentistry

Warren Roberts is a leading botulinum toxin educator in North America whose practice is the #1 dental provider of Botox in North America. Through his commitment to delivering excellence in this field, his educational model provides such a high level of clinical competency and proficiency, that it is now being adopted by various regulatory boards across Canada to develop the standard of practice.

Warren Roberts, DMD Jan Roberts, DMD, BSc

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 202/203/204 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, General Medicine CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Patty Scrase

Presented by British Columbia Dental Association

Lois Banta

ADA&C Y

Cheryl Landrigan

Most dentists want to be successful and ethical. These goals are not mutually exclusive. While dentists definitely need to learn how to manage costs, scheduling and promoting their services; career success is also heavily influenced by your relationships with staff, patients and peers. Our panel of financial, accounting, marketing and hands-on practice management experts uncover the key ingredients to sustainable practice success.

Total Team Concept for Effective Scheduling

CE Approved CDSBC PM

Charlene Henry

Speaker Host: Ms. Cheryl Landrigan

CDHBC NA

Jan Roberts is one of the top cosmetic dentists in Vancouver and has been in practice for 35+ years. Currently, she is the leading voice on how the combination of cosmetic dentistry and facial rejuvenation treatments can work together to push patient satisfaction to the next level. Through her work with PTIFA, she is creating a new understanding of how doctors can achieve better outcomes. Speaker Host: Anthy Goulas

Learn how neuromodulators can positively impact parafunctional habits, endodontics, TMD/myofascial pain, trigeminal neuralgia, periodontics, anxiety and depression, dental implants and smile design. Develop an understanding of the primary, secondary and tertiary mechanisms of action of botulinum toxin.

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A Celtic Celebration with“Tiller’s Folly - tickets available at the registration desk


BCDA Programs & Services

Advocating for the Profession and Promoting Oral Health PRACTICE RESOURCES

MEMBER SERVICES

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campaign D H Online Portal PORTALmember support Individual Mediation (Patient/Peer)

MEMBER COMMUNICATIONS

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P.L.A.N. Interactive Mapping Tool Navigate communities in BC to view the location of dental practices in the area and patient demographics. Visit our booth (#719) for a demo!

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the bridge magazine eBridge Broadcast News

ADVOCACY

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X-ray Inspection DPAP Counselling Continuing Education Mentorship

CANADIAN DENTAL ASSOCIATION

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ITRANS CDA Essentials Magazine

Suggested Fee Guides Policy & Contract Templates Consent & Patient Forms Online Tutorials Practice Assessment Tools

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Lexicomp JCDA Oasis

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Provincial and Federal Government MLA Network College of Dental Surgeons of BC

ACCESS TO CARE SUPPORT

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Save a Smile Low Cost Clinic Support Seniors & Children’s Dentistry Cleft Lip and Palate Prosthetic Program New Canadians

Public education campaign featuring Dr. Bruce Ward

bcdental.org


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 17

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

Afternoon Presentations Digital Dentistry – What You Need to Know About Digital Impressions Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

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.

VCC West - Room 220

Speaker Host: Dr. Leetty Huang

Thursday Open Sessions

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

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Technology CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

What are digital impressions and how are they used? This session will address common misunderstandings and evaluate evidence regarding accuracy, efficiency and reliability. See how revolutionary technology is utilized today to improve efficiency and productivity in everyday dental practice. Co-sponsored by Henry Schein

Patient Stress Management with Meditative and Hypnotic Techniques Gabor Filo, DDS, ABHD

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Dr. Barry Walkiewicz

VCC West - Room 119/120 Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication CE Approved CDSBC NC

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Celiac Disease, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Crohn’s Disease & The Role of the Dental Team Hardy Limeback, BSc, PhD, DDS

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Learning Pattern: Personal Development General Medicine

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ADA&C Y

Stress, distress and stress management are reviewed. Simple, beneficial self-hypnotic and meditative exercises are interspersed with the didactic material. Practical, easy to do, skills will be acquired for home and office use.

Hardy Limeback, Prof Emeritus, former head, University of Toronto Preventive Dentistry, and part-time dentist, conducted 28 years research on fluoride and hard tissue development. He was president of the Canadian Association of Dental Research (1999) and a member of the US NRC Committee on Fluoride in Drinking Water (2006). His popular text “Comprehensive Preventive Dentistry” was published by Wiley in 2012. Speaker Host: Ms. Anitra Donald

VCC East - Room 2/3

CE Approved CDSBC CL

Gabor Filo is a Diplomate of the American Board of Hypnosis in Dentistry, a Fellow of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis and an Honourary Member of the Canadian Society of Clinical Hypnosis – Ontario Division. He has taught nationally and internationally, and authored works on hypnosis. His practice focuses on the non-pharmacological treatment of dental anxiety and phobia.

CDHBC Y

Celiac Disease (CD), Irritable Bowel Disease (IBD: Crohn’s and colitis), and Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) can have oral manifestations (enamel and soft tissue lesions). The aetiology, disease differences, lesion differential diagnosis and management of these disorders will be discussed.


A Celtic Celebration Beer, Wine and Tiller’s Folly

Welcome to St. Patrick’s Day at the PDC. We kick off the first day of the 2016 Pacific Dental Conference with a party that celebrates Canada and Ireland all in one festive evening! First we start with a beer and wine tasting event. Parallel 49 Brewing is one of the fastest growing breweries in Canada and found its roots in our very own East Vancouver. Step up to the tasting bar to sample Jerkface 9000, Gypsy Tears Ruby Ale or Filthy Dirty IPA to name a few! The wines you will be sampling are from this great grape bearing country of ours – East to West! Wine Whisperer David Lancelot has worked his magic once again sourcing the best products from Canada’s top, talented winemakers! Enjoy the Celtic sounds of Tiller’s Folly as you sample the wide range of beverages and make your way to the various buffet stations. As the evening progresses, the band moves away from its Irish roots and gets the dance floor filled as the night changes to a party of PDC proportions! Get your shamrock on at the PDC!

Date: Time: Place: Dress: Tickets:

Thursday, March 17th 6:00pm–10:00pm Level 1 Foyer outside Ballroom D Casual $50.00 plus GST per person

Tiller’s Folly

A limited number of tickets are available at the Registration Desk

Note: Beer & Wine Tasting will take place from 6:00pm to 7:30pm. A cash bar will be available from 7:30pm to 10:00pm.

Co-sponsored by:


Open Sessions

Friday, March 18

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

Live Dentistry Stage

Sponsored by

Friday Demonstrations take place on the west side of the Exhibit Hall. 8:30am

Friday Open Sessions

Can’t Place Implants? – Take a Look at the Inlay/ Flange Bridge and What it Can Do Peter Walford, DDS, FCARDP Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants, Treatment Planning CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

LIVE IMPLANT DEMONSTRATION IN THE ESTHETIC ZONE! Immediate replacement of teeth with implants presents advantages for patients and advantages/ challenges for clinicians. The protocol can be applied in all regions and for single/multiple implant supported restorations, but requires collaborative planning between the surgical-restorative-technical team members for successful outcomes. This case will illustrate: 1. The digital work-flow process 2. Conservative surgical techniques - extraction, guidedimplant placement, bone/soft tissue grafting 3. Defining tissues - custom healing abutment or crown.

11:00am

Immediate Implant Placement and Transitional Restoration – 5 Key Steps for Success Sonia Leziy, DDS, Dipl Perio,

FCDS(BC), FRCD(C)

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

1:30pm

Lateral and Crestal Sinus Surgery David Chong, DDS Brandon Kang, DDS, DMD, MD

David Chong

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

This program illustrates a completely different approach to anterior implant cases blocked by multiple interventions for bone and tissue augmentation, amid concerns of root proximity and convergence. The IFAB, (Inlay Flange Adhesive Bridge) marries old-school inlay design to newschool adhesive concepts. A IFAB case will be cemented with simultaneous surgical bulletform subgingival pontic placement to build soft tissue and papillae. A previous bridge on this patient will illustrate the aesthetics attainable. 400 placements over 12 years attest to 98% reliability without greying or debonding.

CDHBC NA Brandon Kang

In the posterior maxilla, residual bone height is limited by the presence of the sinus and often plays a key factor in the placement of dental implants. A sinus lift/graft is the ideal approach (when evaluating an atrophic maxillary ridge with deficiency in vertical height) to build additional bone in order to place a solid and stable implant. Transcrestal approach and Lateral approach will be demonstrated according to indications to overcome vertical deficiencies in posterior maxilla with possible simultaneous implant placements depends on initial stability of the implants at the time of the insertion. Co-sponsored by Hiossen Implant Canada Inc.

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

All Day Presentations The Golden Era of Root Canal Instrumentation, Scientifically Proven 3D Obturation Sergio Kuttler, BS, DDS

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

Speaker Host: Dr. Myrna Halpenny

VCC West - Room 121/122 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approved CDSBC CL

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ADA&C Y

Sergio Kuttler graduated from Universidad Tecnologica de Mexico in 1978; Endodontic Certificate University of Southern California in 1984. Former Chair of the Endodontic Department, presently Professor Department of Endodontics and Associate Dean For Advanced Education Programs at Nova Southeastern University, College Of Dental Medicine. He has presented over 450 national and worldwide courses and lectures.

CDHBC NA

“The Golden Era of Root Canal Instrumentation” just started, which will continue changing the way we perform root canal therapy. Topics include: Advantages of different alloy treatments in endodontic files; Advantages of one single file NiTi system over the other ones; Objectives of canal instrumentation with one single NiTi file system based on research; Single file system over multiple files systems in instrumenting without procedural error. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Tulsa Dental Specialties

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


Open Sessions

Friday, March 18

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

Robert Hicks Memorial Lecture

How Much Do I Know About Lumps and Bumps in the Mouth??

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. Samson Ng is a certified specialist in oral medicine and pathology. He is appointed as clinical assistant professor at the UBC, Regional Practice Leader in the Program of Oral Oncology Dentistry at the BC Cancer Agency in Fraser Valley. Dr. Ng also operates private practices in Vancouver and Abbotsford.

Samson Ng, BSc, DMD, MSc, FRCD(C),

FDSRCSEd, Dip. ABOM, Dip. ABOMP

Charles Shuler, DMD, PhD

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

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

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Charles Shuler is Dean and Professor UBC Faculty of Dentistry. His BS is from the University of Wisconsin, DMD from Harvard School of Dental Medicine, PhD from the University of Chicago and Oral Pathology from the University of Minnesota and Royal Dental College Copenhagen. His current research interests include craniofacial development, oral carcinogenesis, oral medicine and gene therapy. Speaker Host: Ms. Subbalakshmi Arunachalam Pillai

Please join us for this interactive seminar designed to review oral lesions and dental therapeutics that oral care providers commonly encounters in a community practice. This seminar will reinforce the chair-side techniques for head and neck and intra-oral examinations. Techniques for written and photo documentation of oral lesions will also be discussed. The visual presentation and hands-on demonstrations of adjunctive evaluation tools will definitely make these topics interesting and educational. Topics include: common benign oral lesions, microbial infections, and oral pre-cancerous lesion.

Repeat Morning Presentations Esthetics Fixed, Removable Otherwise!!! George Kirtley, DDS

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

VCC West - Room 224

Repeated from Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 119/120

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Fixed Prosthodontics, Removable Prosthodontics, Restorative/Operative Dentistry CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

George Kirtley received his degree from Indiana University, He is Dually Accredited Member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and Clinical Instructor for the NY, London and Palm Beach Aesthetic Advantage since 1996. Dr. Kirtley maintains a private practice in Indianapolis, Indiana where he focuses on aesthetic restorative dentistry. Speaker Host: Dr. Harry Dhanju

This lecture will delve into esthetic smile design covering restoration of various esthetic challenges utilizing fixed, removable and implant born prostheses. It will cover esthetic restoration of anterior crowding, excessive spacing, color change and the edentulous and partially edentulous. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

CDHBC NA

Legend for Continuing Education Credits for CDSBC and ADA&C CL Clinical Dental PM Dental Practice Management NC Non-Clinical Dental

DME

Dental/Medical Emergencies

Y

Yes

NE

Not Eligible

Legend for QAP content categories for CDHBC Y – Courses with a Y indicate that they align with one or more suggested QAP content categories. A legend of the QAP content categories can be viewed on the PDC and CDHBC websites. NA – Courses with an NA indicate that a QAP content category has not been identified and CDHBC registrants must use their professional discretion in determining whether the course is eligible for CE credit.

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 18

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

Repeat Morning Presentations Cutting Edge Technology With Digital Design & Real World Cosmetic Dentistry Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Joyce Bassett practices restorative and aesthetic dentistry in Scottsdale, Ariz. She is President and an Accredited Fellow of the AACD. She is an Associate member of the AAED, a KOIS mentor, an active member in the Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics and a Fellow in the AGD. She was voted top 5 female CE educators, a national lecturer and a published author.

VCC West - Room 118

Speaker Host: Ms. Natasha Ilyin

Friday Open Sessions

Joyce Bassett, DDS, FAACD

Repeated Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

This presentation will explore state of the art real-time digital design and link 3D prosthetic planning with fundamental smile design principles. Systemized techniques will be presented to treat every aspect from simple to complex cases involving veneers, composites, crowns and implant restorations.

VCC West - Room 118

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Technology CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

CDHBC NA

Sex and Oral Health: What’s the Connection

As a successful entrepreneur and international, award winning speaker, Jo-Anne Jones brings life, energy and inspiration to all her presentations. Jo-Anne is the president of an educational and clinical training company and has been selected as one of the DPR’s Top 25 Women in Dentistry. Jo-Anne joins the 2016 Dentistry Today CE Leaders for the 6th consecutive year.

Jo-Anne Jones, RDH

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Ms. Jodi Noble

VCC West - Room 301

Repeated Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC West - Room 301

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology, General Medicine CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Utilizing the Latest in Caries Diagnostics and Restorative Techniques Lou Graham, DDS

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 211 VCC West - Room 121/122

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Prevention/Diagnosis. Restorative/Operative Dentistry ADA&C Y

Gary Kadi has been a devoted advocate for the dental community, their families, and their patients for over 20 years. A speaker, author, and researcher, Gary re-energizes practices and helps dentists implement systems and raise their profit margins. Gary has authored several books, the first of which, Million Dollar Dentistry, has been distributed in 37 countries with over 80,000 copies in print.

Gary Kadi

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

VCC West - Room 304/305

Speaker Host: Dr. Mehdi Noroozi

Repeated from Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 208/209

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management

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ADA&C Y

Caries is alive and thriving within our patient populations. This course will focus on the latest caries diagnostics for our general dental practices. Transitioning from diagnostics will be the latest in restorative techniques that maximize enamel preservation.

CDHBC NA

Go From Good to Great Dentistry For Doctors & Teams

CE Approved CDSBC NE

Lou Graham is extensively involved in continuing education for dental professionals, focusing on incorporating current clinical advancements through “conservative dentistry.” Dr. Graham is a published author in many leading national and international dental journals. He is a member of the ADA, AACD & AGD. He is the former Dental Director of the University of Chicago and enjoys his practice Chicago, IL. Speaker Host: Ms. Melody Weimer

Repeated Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am

CE Approved CDSBC CL

HPV-related oropharyngeal cancer is expected to be the leading HPV-related cancer surpassing cervical cancer by 2020. What are the implications to dentistry and how should our extraoral/intraoral screening be adjusted? What are the subtle life saving symptoms. There is an urgent need for change.

This session is for doctors and team members who want to have breakthroughs personally and professionally, and be more fulfilled! If you want to learn the tools and skills to reduce broken and cancelled appointments and increase case acceptance, this course is for you! Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

CDHBC Y

in conjunction with the Canadian Dental Association


Open Sessions

Friday, March 18

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

Repeated Morning Presentations R.I.S.E. to Success

Judy Kay Mausolf is a dental practice management coach, speaker and author with expertise in helping others get happier and more successful! She coaches dentists and their teams how to become better leaders, work together better and deliver service with more passion and fun which ultimately result in growing their practice.

Judy Kay Mausolf

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

Speaker Host: Ms. Elaine Maxwell

Repeated from Thursday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC East - Ballroom A

CE Approved CDSBC PM

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Can We Talk – Mastering TOP TIER Communication

Chris Scappatura is passionate about promoting positive lasting personal and office changes through hilarious yet thought-provoking seminars and coaching. With over 20 years in the dental industry, he has implemented practice management systems for offices across North America. Chris’ seminars on practice management and personal development pinpoint ways to improve yourself and the overall office environment.

Chris Scappatura

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

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

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication, Personal Development CE Approved CDSBC PM

ADA&C Y

Speaker Host: Ms. Wendy Anderson

This seminar breaks down the barriers that hinder an office from having TOP TIER communication. You learn to build an effective pyramid of communication. The Team at the bottom supports a positive Office environment in the middle to give the Patient, at the top, an outstanding experience.

CDHBC Y

Wit, Fit and Balance – Strategies for Success

She can motivate the room! Over the past three decades Meg Soper has worked as a healthcare professional, stand-up comic, keynote speaker and raised a family. She has taken the life lessons learned while traveling this unique path to inspire audiences to shift their perspective. Meg blends her unique insights with unforgettable humour to help people develop practical strategies for work and life.

Meg Soper, RN

Friday, 9:00am–11:30am (special time)

Speaker Host: Ms. Diana Scott

VCC East - Ballroom C

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

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication, Personal Development CE Approved CDSBC NC

ADA&C Y

A lighthearted presentation that deals with the stresses of everyday life while focusing on effective communication and dealing with different personalities and generations in the workplace. Improve patient and internal communication for a more positive and productive workplace environment.

CDHBC Y

The Nutrition Prescription

Tieraona Low Dog has been a speaker at more than 550 scientific/medical conferences, published 40 peer-reviewed articles, written 20 chapters for medical textbooks, and has authored four books, including two National Geographic books, Healthy at Home and Life is Your Best Medicine. She has appeared on CNN, ABC’s 20/20, is a frequent guest on the Dr. OZ show and NPR’s The People’s Pharmacy.

Tieraona Low Dog, MD

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

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

Learning Pattern: Personal Development General Medicine, Health CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Friday Open Sessions

Building a high performing team results in business success. Success is measured by a healthy bottom line, united leadership and a cohesive team. It also must include an environment you enjoy working in – with a feeling of a job well done at the end of the day!

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication

Speaker Host: Ms. Lynette Cramen

This informative and fact-filled lecture will explore how macronutrients, micronutrients, glycemic index/load, dietary patterns and sugar substitutes impact oral health, periodontal disease and overall health. Learn the cutting-edge science behind the recommendations.

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 18

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

Repeated Bilingual Presentation Séance sur les lasers (en français)

Friday Open Sessions

André Chartrand, BSc, DMD Marc Robert, DMD

Vendredi, 8 h 30 à 11 h

VCC Ouest - Salle 215/216 patron d’apprentissage: Excellence clinique Emploi du laser en dentisterie Unités de formation continue reconnues CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

André Chartrand a obtenu son diplôme de la Faculté de médecine dentaire de l’Université de Montréal en 1984. Il exerce en cabinet privé de médecine dentaire esthétique et restauratrice et s’intéresse depuis longtemps à l’intégration de la technologie laser en médecine dentaire. Maître de conférence à l’Université de Montréal, il enseigne la technologie laser aux étudiants en médecine dentaire ainsi qu’aux praticiens prenant part au programme de Formation dentaire continue. Marc Robert a obtenu son diplôme de l’Université de Montréal en 1988. Il exerce actuellement en pratique privée à Longueuil (Québec). Il est membre actif de plusieurs associations, tant nationales qu’internationales, et il a toujours accordé une grande importance à la formation continue. Ancien président du comité organisateur des Journées dentaires internationales du Québec, il enseigne le cours d’initiation au laser à l’Université de Montréal. Conférencier hôte : Dr. Pierre Vigneault

Les technologies novatrices, comme le laser, présentent d’importants avantages pour les patients et les professionnels de la médecine dentaire. Plusieurs années de recherche ont fait valoir l’utilité d’une nouvelle génération de lasers thérapeutiques dans le secteur dentaire. Laissez-vous éblouir… et découvrez en quoi cette technologie est utile. Co-parrainé par les Journées dentaires internationales du Québec

Session on Lasers (in English) Andre Chartrand, BSc, DMD Marc Robert, DMD

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

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VCC West - Room 215/216 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Laser Dentistry CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

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Andre Chartrand graduated from the University of Montreal School of Dentistry in 1984. He maintains a practice in cosmetic and restorative dentistry while having a landmark incorporation of laser technology in dentistry. Dr. Chartrand participates at the University of Montreal dental school, teaching laser dentistry to undergraduate students and doctors for the Continuing Dental Education program.

Marc Robert graduated from the University of Montreal in 1988. Currently he is in private practice in Longueuil, QC. Dr. Robert is an active member of several associations (national and international), and he always held great importance to continuing education. Former president of Organizing committee of JDIQ. He also serves also serves as lecturer at University of Montreal, giving intro to laser. Speaker Host: Dr. Pierre Vigneault

Innovative technologies such as laser have provided considerable benefit to dental patients and professionals. After several years of research, the new generation of therapeutic lasers have differentiate themselves in the dental field. Be amazed…and learn how such technology can benefit your practice. Co-sponsored by Journées dentaires internationales du Québec

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 18

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

Repeated Afternoon Presentations The Esthetic Assistant

Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA, CDD

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

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

CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

CDHBC Y

Overcoming the CSI Effect: Refining Dentistry’s Role in the Forensic Area Theresa Gonzales, DMD, MS, MSS

Friday, 2:00pm–4:30pm (special time) VCC West - Ballroom B

Repeated Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC West - Ballroom A

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Forensics

CE Approved CDSBC NC

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Your Growing Geriatric Practice Trey Petty, BA, BSc, DDS

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

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

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Geriatric Dentistry CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Let’s See What That Clicking Sound is All About – TMJ Damage Explored

Speaker Host: Ms. Jen O’Brennan

Shannon Brinker Pace and her team of Dental Assisting Experts jointly teach the following lecture. This program is designed for the Dental Assistant perspectives and techniques to create success from Our Side of the Chair.

Friday Open Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Dental Assisting

Shannon Pace Brinker is a National and International Speaker and published author. Shannon and her husband Erik are owners of a new publication Contemporary Product Solutions. Shannon was selected one of Dentistry Today’s Top 100 Clinicians of 2009 thru 2015. She was selected as Dental Products Report 25 most influential women in dentistry and Dr. Bicuspid’s Dental Assistant Educator of the year.

After a long and distinguished career in the Dental Corps of the United States Army, Colonel Theresa Gonzales returned to her home state of South Carolina. Presently, she serves as a Professor of Oral Pathology and the Director of Orofacial Pain Management at the Medical University of South Carolina - where she has been recognized as the 2014 and 2015 Outstanding Basic Sciences Professor. Speaker Host: Ms. Catherine Corbeil

This course highlights 21st Century technologies as they relate to forensic dental applications and is designed to delineate the legitimate role of the forensic dentist with respect to dental identification, recognizing and reporting human abuse and the determination of age. Trey Petty is the former Director of Dentistry and Oral Medicine for the Calgary Health Region at the Foothills Medical Centre and the Tom Baker Cancer Centre in Calgary, and on faculty at the University of Calgary Medical School. He has a private practice in Calgary, limited to the mentally and physically challenged, medically compromised, infectious patient, head and neck cancer patient. Speaker Host: Ms. Leah Thomson

Your patient population is aging. With age often comes a variety of medical and oral health problems. Are YOU ready? Dr. Petty will review the special needs of this special population, how to get your foot in the Long Term Care door, and how treatment planning can change as prognosis changes.

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

John Droter maintains a private practice diagnosing facial pain in the Washington DC, Baltimore, Annapolis area. He is a visiting faculty member at the LD Pankey Institute in Florida and the Spear Educational Center in Arizona. He lectures nationally and is honored to be included in Dentistry’s Todays Top Clinicians in Dental Continuing Education.

VCC West - Room 109

Speaker Host: Dr. Robert Gillan

John Droter, DDS

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

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Occlusion/TMD

CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Dealing with Difficult Patients – How to Turn Lemons into Lemonade Lois Banta

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Repeated from Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

VCC East - Room 8/15

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Communication ADA&C Y

Lois Banta is CEO, President and Founder of Banta Consulting, Inc., a company that specializes in all aspects of dental practice management. Lois has almost 40 years of dental experience and consults and speaks nationally and internationally. She is also the owner and CEO of The Speaking Consulting Network. Speaker Host: Ms. Denise Howell

VCC West - Room 211

CE Approved CDSBC PM

That mysterious sound coming out of TMJ will be explored. Some clicks are dangerous, most are not. Can you tell the difference? Topics covered: The clinical implications of “The Click”; The different types of TMJ damage; How to identify dangerous clicks; The disease progression and treatment.

The audience will learn specific communication skills to prevent difficult patient challenges from escalating into the most impossible scenarios…it starts with the team and ends with the team!

CDHBC Y

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 18

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

Repeated Afternoon Presentations The Team Approach to Documentation – The Gold Standard for Malpractice Defense Mitchell Gardiner, BA, DMD, FAGD

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Dr. Laureen DiStefano

Friday Open Sessions

VCC West - Room 301

Repeated Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC East - Room 11/12

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approved CDSBC PM

ADA&C Y

Judy Kay Mausolf

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Repeated from Thursday, 2:00pm–4:30pm VCC East - Ballroom A

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Communication

Chris Scappatura

Friday, 2:00pm–4:30pm (special time) VCC East - Ballroom A VCC West - Ballroom C

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Communication, Personal Development

Tieraona Low Dog, MD

Friday, 2:00pm–4:30pm (special time) VCC East - Ballroom B

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

Learning Pattern: Personal Development General Medicine, Health

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ADA&C Y

Chris is back with new facts and simple steps to help you dramatically improve your health and well-being. Once again, focusing on the foods you eat, exercise, relationships and making the right choices for you. Learn how the office environment / productivity are directly affected by these choices.

CDHBC Y

Top Selling Dietary Supplements – What the Dental Team Should Know

CE Approved CDSBC NC

Chris Scappatura is passionate about promoting positive lasting personal and office changes through hilarious yet thought-provoking seminars and coaching. With over 20 years in the dental industry, he has implemented practice management systems for offices across North America. Chris’ seminars on practice management and personal development pinpoint ways to improve yourself and the overall office environment. Speaker Host: Ms. Wendy Anderson

Repeated from Thursday, 2:00pm–4:30pm

ADA&C Y

Discover how to elevate your communication to a level that inspires open communication, prevents breakdowns, resolves conflict and builds trust and respect resulting in high performing team and patient relationships!

CDHBC Y

Waking Up on The Wrong Side of the Bed

CE Approved CDSBC NE

Judy Kay Mausolf is a dental practice management coach, speaker and author with expertise in helping others get happier and more successful! She coaches dentists and their teams how to become better leaders, work together better and deliver service with more passion and fun which ultimately result in growing their practice. Speaker Host: Ms. Elaine Maxwell

VCC East - Room 11/12

ADA&C Y

Malpractice defense in court always is centered on the records. The entire dental staff must be involved in making sure that documentation is complete and meets the standard of care. This course will use actual malpractice cases to show how important the entire staff is in defending the dentist.

CDHBC Y

Communication Solutions – Attitudes Breakdowns and Conflict Resolutions

CE Approved CDSBC CL

Mitchell Gardiner is a full time general dentist in New Jersey. A 1977 graduate of The University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ, he is a clinical instructor in fixed prosthetics at Rutgers. He has over 25 years of experience reviewing dental malpractice lawsuits as an expert witness, often testifying in court. He presents courses to dentists and their staff throughout the US on malpractice issues.

Tieraona Low Dog has been a speaker at more than 550 scientific/medical conferences, published 40 peer-reviewed articles, written 20 chapters for medical textbooks, and has authored four books, including two National Geographic books, Healthy at Home and Life is Your Best Medicine. She has appeared on CNN, ABC’s 20/20, is a frequent guest on the Dr. OZ show and NPR’s The People’s Pharmacy. Speaker Host: Ms. Lynette Cramen

The use of dietary supplements has become commonplace in the US. All members of the dental team should be familiar with the evidence of safety and benefit for the most commonly used dietary supplements to enhance patient outcomes and reduce risk of adverse events associated with dental procedures.

CDHBC Y

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 18

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

Dental Specialists Society of BC Series

The DSSBC Series exists to provide a venue and opportunity for interdisciplinary continuing dental education and fellowship for the Certified Dental Specialists of British Columbia. (Afternoon presentations see page 75) Session Chair: Dr. Richard Chau

Morning Presentations Bradford Scheideman, DMD, BSc

Friday, 8:30am–9:15am (special time) VCC West - Room 217/218/219 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Pediatric Dentistry CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

CDHBC NA

Implant Innovations: Perio-Prosthetic Pearls & Solutions Bobby Birdi, DMD, Dip. Perio, Dip. Pros, MSc, FRCD(C), FACP, DABP

Friday, 9:20am–10:05am (special time) VCC West - Room 217/218/219

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Fixed Prosthodontics, Implants CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

CDHBC NA

Office Based Oral Surgery: Pitfalls and Pearls Ray Grewal, DDS

Friday, 10:10am–10:55am (special time) VCC West - Room 217/218/219 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Surgery CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

CDHBC NA

Bradford Scheideman received his DMD degree from UBC followed by a General Practitioner Residency from the University of Alberta. A specialization in Pediatric Dentistry was then completed at Jacobi Medical Center in the Bronx, NY where he received extensive clinical training in behaviour management, emergency treatment, oral sedation, and the management of patients under general anesthetic.

Friday Open Sessions

Pediatric Dental Complications: Primary Tooth Infection and Trauma

An in-depth review of the complications and procedures when dealing with dental infections and trauma in the pediatric patient. Primary tooth infection treatment, dosing of oral suspension antibiotics, and how to manage primary tooth trauma will all be covered.

Bobby Birdi is a board certified dual specialist in Periodontics and Prosthodontics, in both USA and Canada. He received his DMD from the University of the Saskatchewan and graduate degrees from the University of Minnesota. He is co-director of the Pacific Institute for Education and practices full-time at BC Perio Dental Health & Implant Centres.

The course is designed to help the clinician realize current concepts, techniques, and technologies in implant dentistry that allow predictable surgical placement and restoration of dental implants. Pearls to take back to practice for Monday morning!

Ray Grewal received his Bsc. from McGill and his DDS from Columbia University in New York City. In 2005, he completed his Oral and Maxillofacial training from Yale University. He is a certified specialist in private practice and an Assistant Clinical Professor at UBC. Recently, he became the Head of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at BC Children’s Hospital in Vancouver.

Participants will learn how to identify and manage intra-operative and post-operative complications that arise in basic office based oral surgical procedures. Topics to be discussed include broken roots, displaced roots, nerve injuries, oral-antral communications, bleeding, and infections.

Morning Presentations The Blueprint for Predictable Facial Changes Through Aesthetic Dentistry Elliot Mechanic, BSc, DDS

Elliot Mechanic practices aesthetic dentistry in Montreal, Canada. He received his Bachelor of Science (1975) and Doctor of Dental Surgery (1979) degrees from McGill University. Dr. Mechanic is the aesthetic editor of Canada’s ‘Oral Health’ dental journal and is on the editorial board of Dentistry Today. He also is the co-founder of the Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry.

VCC West - Room 116/117

Speaker Host: Dr. Edison Teo

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

As dentistry strives to think “outside the box” new techniques and standards of care are able to provide our patients with health, function and aesthetics. Dr. Mechanic will provide course participants with a “how to” approach providing your patients with the kind of dentistry they desire and deserve. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

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Friday, March 18

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

Morning Presentations

Value Added Medical Devices

The Silver Tsunami: Opportunities for Dentists and Dental Hygienists Hon Ching Frankie So, BDS, MDS, FHKAM (Dental Surgery), FCDSHK (Community Dentistry)

Chris Wyatt, BSc, DMD, MSc, Dip Pros, FRCD(C)

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Friday Open Sessions

VCC West - Room 302/303

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Geriatric Dentistry CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Hon Ching Frankie So is working in the Department of Health and is a specialist in Community Dentistry in Hong Kong. He attached to the UBC Geriatric Dental Program in 2004. In 2011, a pilot project on outreach dental care for the institutionalized elderly was implemented in Hong Kong, which was turned into a regular program in 2014. Frankie is now the officer-incharge of the Unit managing this program.

ContacEZ Hygienist Scaling Strip A new solution for removing interproximal plaque and stains. Thinner than dental floss these single-handed ergonomic strips effectively and efficiently clean proximal contact surfaces while leaving the enamel unharmed.

Chris Wyatt is Professor and Chair of the Division of Prosthodontics & Dental Geriatrics in the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of British Columbia. He is a founding member of the ELDERS group (Elder’s Link with Dental Education, Research, and Service), and the director of the UBC Geriatric Dentistry Program.

By 2031, seniors will represent nearly 25% of BC patients. This session will explore two innovative dental programs and provide attendees with insights on seniors’ oral and medical conditions, common barriers to care and strategies for dental professionals to work with seniors and their families.

Grow Your Practice with Laser Perio Technology! Samuel B. Low, DDS, MS, MEd

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

VCC West - Room 208/209

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Laser Dentistry, Periodontics CE Approved CDSBC CL

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1-289-837-4113

Visit us at PDC 2016 Booth #96

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

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

MERGANZER HEALTH LTD 118 Herald Ave. Oakville ON E info@merganzerhealth.com W www.merganzerhealth.com

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Create a new niche in your practice with managing periodontal patients with lasers. We introduce patient friendly minimally invasive periodontal procedures that can be utilized by both the dentist and hygienist.Investigate lasers to bio-stimulate decreasing TMD and accelerating wound healing. Co-sponsored by BIOLASE


Open Sessions

Friday, March 18

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

Morning Presentations Realistic Materials and Technologies Guide for Business Sustainability George Freedman, DDS

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

VCC West - Room 221/222

Speaker Host: Dr. Warrick Yu

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

A clinically-based buyer’s guide of recently introduced dental products. Ask yourself: Do I need it? Can I do without it? Can I afford it? Materials, techniques, technologies, and much more. Simplified bite appliances. The latest developments for practical clinical application in every practice. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

HPV and Cancer: What We Know, What We Don’t Know Joel Epstein, DMD, MSD, FRCD(C)

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dr. Richard Kofsky

VCC West - Room 202/203/204 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Periodontitis & Peri-Implantitis: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dr. Lanny Donald

VCC East - Room 2/3 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Periodontics ADA&C Y

What must we know chair side every day to successfully treat periodontitis and periimplantitis? Are the protocols and strategies the same? Do we save periodontally questionable teeth, extract and do c&b alone, or extract and place implants? Know the protocols and instruments, the winners and losers.

CDHBC Y

How Low Should You Go? Treatment of the Deep Caries Lesion John Maggio, DDS

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 212/213/214 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Prevention/Diagnosis CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Human papilloma virus has changed oral cancer which now represents a sexually transmitted disease. HPV is changing treatment and outcomes of cancer therapy. Because dental providers identify oral lesions that may be viral induced, we must be aware of the implications of the HPV in oral health. Robert Fazio received his BA from Harvard College and his DMD from the Harvard School of Dental Medicine, completing two Fellowships in Periodontology and Oral Medicine. For 35 years, Dr. Fazio has been Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery at the Yale School of Medicine. For over a decade he has been on Dentistry Today’s Top 100 Clinical Educators list.

Robert Fazio, BA, DMD

CE Approved CDSBC CL

Joel Epstein was previously on the staff of the British Columbia Cancer Agency and was Head of Dentistry at Vancouver Hospital. Currently, he is Professor of Surgery at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, and Consultant, Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery, City of Hope National Medical Center, Duarte, CA. He conducts a referral practice in Oral Medicine in Vancouver.

CDHBC NA

John Maggio is assistant professor at SUNY Buffalo School of Dental Medicine, where he graduated in 1989. He is Course Director of the Cariology and Direct Restorations lecture courses, as well as a teacher in the clinic. He reviews articles for JADA and teaches fast-paced CE courses. Dr. Maggio lives with his wife and daughter in Amherst, NY, maintaining a private general practice Tonawanda, NY. Speaker Host: Dr. Peter Liem

What’s the best way to treat a large carious lesion? Can we avoid pulp exposure if the tooth is vital and asymptomatic? What will happen if we leave soft dentin under a sealed restoration? Dr. Maggio provides evidence-based guidelines for treating deep lesions, root lesions and recurrent lesions. Note: RCDSO – Category 1 Core Course

The Nuts and Bolts of 21st Century Dentures Stephen Wagner, DDS, FACP

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

Speaker Host: Dr. William Cliffe

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Removable Prosthodontics CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Stephen Wagner is a Diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontics, a Fellow of the Academy of Maxillofacial Prosthetics and an Associate Fellow of the Academy of Prosthodontics, is currently in his 37th year of private practice in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He received his dental degree from the University of Southern California School of Dentistry and his prosthodontic training from MD Anderson Hospital in Houston, Texas.

CDHBC NA

Dr. Wagner is eager to demonstrate the techniques required to make denture fabrication a predictable and profitable service in any modern dental practice. Implants and contemporary materials have changed the nature of fabricating removable complete dentures, providing comfort and satisfaction. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Canada Limited

in conjunction with the Canadian Dental Association

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Friday Open Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Materials/Techniques, Technology CE Approved CDSBC CL

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


Open Sessions

Friday, March 18

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

Morning Presentations Infection Control: All Those Important Things You Never Thought You’d Have to Know Friday, 9:00am–11:30am (special time)

Tricia Osuna is a USC graduate, Past President of the American Academy of Dental Hygiene and CA Dental Hygienists’ Association; CDHA / ADHA member; previous Member of the Dental Board of California; licensed in CA and NY; Founding Member of the American Board of Facial Esthetics with 37 years of experience. Tricia is the 2015 recipient of the ADHA Alfred C. Fones award.

VCC East - Ballroom A

Speaker Host: Ms. Nancy Cortese

Friday Open Sessions

Tricia Osuna, RDH, BSDH, FAADH

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Safety/Infection Control CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

This course will provide the most current information on infection control recommendations and guidelines from WorkSafeBC; OHS; OSAP; CDC and various provincial resources. Infection control review with team members helps aid in follow through in the office on a daily basis. Let’s talk about what the recommendations advise should be done then evaluate what we are currently doing! Co-sponsored by Hu-Friedy Mfg Co.

Introduction to Dental Sleep Medicine for the General Dental Team Stephen Carstensen, DDS, Diplomate, American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dr. Sharnell Muir

VCC West - Room 306 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Sleep Apnea CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Bethany Valachi, PT, MS, CEAS

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Ergonomics, Health CDHBC Y

The 2016 Thriving Fee-For-Service Practice Steven Rasner, DMD

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

VCC West - Room 205/206/207 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approved CDSBC NE

ADA&C Y

Bethany Valachi is a physical therapist, dental ergonomic consultant and author of the book, “Practice Dentistry Pain-Free”. She is CEO of Posturedontics®, a company that provides research-based dental ergonomic education, and clinical instructor of ergonomics at OHSU School of Dentistry in Portland, Oregon. Bethany lectures internationally and has published over 50 dental articles. Speaker Host: Ms. Joan Kovacik

VCC East - Room 1

ADA&C Y

This is an overview of sleep disordered breathing and what the dental team can do to impact the health of their patients. We cover basics of sleep, dental appliances, how to work with sleep physicians to market your service, and touch on medical insurance interaction.

CDHBC NA

Practice Dentistry Pain-Free: Evidence-Based Strategies for a Long & Healthy Career

CE Approved CDSBC NC

Stephen Carstensen has had a private practice of restorative dentistry since 1983, focusing on Dental Sleep Medicine with a sleep-only practice since late 2015. He’s been teaching sleep dentistry internationally since 2007 and directs sleep education at both Pankey Institute and Spear Education. He is also Editor-in Chief of Dental Sleep Practice Magazine.

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In this research-based, high-energy course, you’ll discover the essential criteria for selecting ergonomic equipment and loupes that will improve your health...not make it worse! Learn how to properly position patient, chair, light, team members and delivery unit to prevent back, neck and shoulder pain.

Steven Rasner graduated from the University of Pennsylvania Dental School in 1980. He is a member of the ADA, Academy of Periodontology, Academy of General Dentistry, American College of Implantology, International Congress of Oral Implantologists, and International Academy for Facial Esthetics. Dr. Rasner had been included in Dentistry Today’s Top Clinical Educators for ten consecutive years. Speaker Host: Dr. Terry Godinho

This course will provide a three-hour, real world blueprint for breaking away from the toxic tentacles of third-party insurance. Learn the recipe for getting back to the fee-for-service practice you once owned. All information is provided courtesy of a 34-year-old independent practice.

Future Meeting Dates of the Pacific Dental Conference March 9 – 11, 2017

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March 7 – 9, 2019

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Open Sessions Morning Presentations More Tough Topics in Dentistry Chris Hacker, DMD Meredith Moores, DMD Alex Penner, DMD

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

VCC West - Room 109

CE Approved CDSBC PM

ADA&C Y

Let’s Connect! Visit booth #329 to chat with CDSBC dentists and senior staff.

When difficult situations arise in your practice, do you know what to do?

Friday Open Sessions

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management

Friday, March 18

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

CDHBC NA

Chris Hacker is a Complaint Investigator at the College of Dental Surgeons. Chris is a founding member of the Study Club Alliance of BC, a member of the American Academy of Gold Foil Operators, and the Academy of RV Tucker Study Clubs and serves as secretary for the Associated Ferrier Study Clubs. Dr. Hacker has practised general dentistry or over 30 years. Meredith Moores has been a Complaint Investigator at the College of Dental Surgeons of BC since 2014. She has practised dentistry for 28 years, including provision of geriatric dental services for Providence Health Care (1993 to 2000). She has served on committees related to geriatric dentistry, hospital dentistry and the development of CDSBC’s Guideline for the Early Detection of Oral Cancer. Alex Penner has been investigating complaints at the College of Dental Surgeons of BC since 2002. Alex is a former Deputy Registrar at the College, and worked with the Ethics Committee for six years. He graduated from UBC Dentistry in 1985 and continues to practise dentistry on a part-time basis.

Often a problem begins long before a complaint is submitted to the College. Join some of CDSBC’s complaint investigators to discuss some of the most difficult situations they see and get advice on how to tackle tough situations in dental practice. Presented by College of Dental Surgeons of BC

Join CDSBC’s complaint investigators to discuss tough topics and get advice in handling problems with patients, staff and dental colleagues.

More Tough Topics in Dentistry Friday, 18 March 2016 8:30 - 11:00 am VCC West - Room 109 Presented by CDSBC Complaint Investigators: Dr. Chris Hacker Dr. Meredith Moores Dr. Alex Penner

www.cdsbc.org Regulating dentistry in the public interest

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Friday, March 18

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

Morning Presentations Entrancing Enhancing Communication Gabor Filo, DDS, ABHD

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

VCC West - Room 119/120

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication

Friday Open Sessions

CE Approved CDSBC NC

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Gabor Filo is a Diplomate of the American Board of Hypnosis in Dentistry, a Fellow of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis and an Honourary Member of the Canadian Society of Clinical Hypnosis – Ontario Division. He has taught nationally and internationally, and authored works on hypnosis. His practice focuses on the non-pharmacological treatment of dental anxiety and phobia. Speaker Host: Dr. Barry Walkiewicz

Have you ever wondered how after explaining a procedure, the patient still asks the assistant what they need and why? To aid this, a Trance based communication model is explored. Understanding trance technologies will enhance clinicians’ and their teams’ ability to communicate. Note: This Open Session course is a pre-requisite for the Hands-On course on page 41

Dental Chair Oral Health III – Understanding the Basics: Gyn Phys Kate O’Hanlan, MD

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 110 Learning Pattern: Personal Development General Medicine, Health CE Approved CDSBC NE

Are you on-track towards reaching your insurance and investment goals?

Speaker Host: Ms. Anitra Donald

Find out – in person at the Pacific Dental Conference. Meet with us for a no-cost, no-obligation review of your insurance and investment portfolio.

Hormones secreted by the Gynecological tract have dental implications. Understanding that hormone secretion changes throughout life will allow you to counsel for better dental health throughout a woman’s life. Menopausal changes need to be addressed to optimize oral health.

Also at the conference, CDSPI will be presenting an informative seminar on March 17th from 8:30 - 11:00am: The Blueprint for Building a Million Dollar Portfolio

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Financial planning and advisory services are provided by CDSPI Advisory Services Inc.

CDHBC Y

Kate O’Hanlan is a gynecologic cancer surgeon with 51 journal articles on minimally invasive surgical care for women. She founded the Laparoscopic Institute for Gynecology and Oncology, which has trained 2000 surgeons worldwide to perform laparoscopic hysterectomy. She also promotes women’s optimal health everywhere she can using published evidence and hilarity to get the message across.

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 18

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

Dental Specialists Society of BC Series

The DSSBC Series exists to provide a venue and opportunity for interdisciplinary continuing dental education and fellowship for the Certified Dental Specialists of British Columbia. (Morning presentations see page 69) Session Chair: Dr. Ray Grewal

Afternoon Presentations Jason Conn, DMD, CAGS, FRCD(C)

Friday, 1:30pm–2:15pm (special time) VCC West - Room 217/218/219 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

CDHBC NA

Orthodontic Red Flags

Derek Pollard, BSc, DMD, MSc (Ortho)

Friday, 2:20pm–3:05pm (special time) VCC West - Room 217/218/219 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Orthodontics CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

CDHBC NA

Implant Nightmares: Trouble-shooting & Prevention Anastasios (Tassos) Irinakis, DDS,

MSc, Dip.Perio, FRCD(C)

Friday, 3:10pm–3:55pm (special time) VCC West - Room 217/218/219 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

CDHBC NA

Friday Open Sessions

Endodontic Foundations to Predictable Outcomes

Following completion of his science degree in organic chemistry at Simon Fraser University, Jason Conn attended Boston University for both his DMD and Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in Endodontics where he researched stem cell differentiation for regenerative endodontics. He practices full-time in Langley and Oakridge Centre Vancouver while teaching part-time at UBC.

Minimize the uncertainty in endodontic outcomes. Reduce or eliminate the stress surrounding endodontic treatment and ultimately deliver better care. This is achieved through a systematic approach from access cavity to coronal seal.

Derek Pollard attended Simon Fraser University for undergrad, and then moved to Winnipeg to study both Dentistry and Graduate Orthodontics at the University of Manitoba. Since moving to Kelowna in 2011, he has opened his main practice, Mission Creek Orthodontics, as well as two satellite practices in Merritt and West Kelowna.

Learn how to identify certain, often hidden, patient characteristics that can greatly increase orthodontic case complexity. If these “red flags” can be consistently avoided or addressed, orthodontic treatment can be a predictable, rewarding, and enjoyable addition to your practice.

Tassos Irinakis is a Certified Specialist in Periodontics and an Associate Clinical Professor at the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of British Columbia. He served as the Director of Graduate Periodontics & Implant Surgery for nearly a decade. He is a Reviewer for various scientific journals and well published on Implants and Sinus Bone Grafting. He practices in Vancouver and Courtenay.

Do you place or restore implants in your practice? Have you come across a “disaster” and wonder “why did this happen to me?”. This lecture will focus on the impact, certain risk factors have in the short term and long term success of dental implants and how to address them and avoid them.

Afternoon Presentations Update 2016: Practical Dentistry for the Aesthetic/Restorative Practice Robert Lowe, DDS, FAGD, FICD, FADI, FACD, FIADFE, FASDA

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 224 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

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

In this technique filled seminar, Dr. Lowe will teach you the techniques you need to refine your clinical skills to a level that will help you create “world class” quality. Some of the topics that will be covered include: 1) Direct Composite Restorations, 2) “World Class” Crown and Bridge Techniques - a) Tissue Management for Perfect Master Impressions b) Predictable Cementation Protocols, 3) What’s New In Aesthetic Dentistry?, and 4) Prosthetic Tooth Repositioning and Orthodontic Tooth Preparation - Improve the level of artistic and functional dentistry in your practice tomorrow! Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 18

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

Afternoon Presentations Restorative Endodontics: A Modern Standard of Care of Long-Term Success Alex Fleury, DDS, MS

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Friday Open Sessions

VCC West - Room 202/203/204 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

Alex Fleury obtained his MS in Oral Biology and Certificate in Endodontics from the University of Pennsylvania. Former Director of Predoctoral Endodontics at Nova Southeastern University and Baylor College of Dentistry. Currently in private practice in Dallas. He served on the Scientific Advisory Board of the Journal of Endodontics, and is Director of Educational Resources for Real World Endo. Speaker Host: Dr. William K. Armstrong

Restorative Endodontics is based on minimally invasive root canal preparations and bioceramic bonded obturation that enhance the long term biomechanical success of the endodontically treated tooth. Clinical cases will be discussed demonstrating both the Basic/Advanced instrumentation and obturation. Co-sponsored by Brasseler Canada

Regenerate, Bioactivate: Treating Patients in the 21st Century Fay Goldstep, DDS

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Ms. Donna Hogan

VCC West - Room 220 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Materials/Techniques CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

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

CDHBC NA

Today’s dental materials and technology regenerate and remineralize lost oral structures. Bioactive materials reduce restorative failure. Periodontal diagnosis includes genetics and inflammatory biomarkers. Non invasive therapies can repair and heal. Learn to incorporate all this into everyday practice. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

Forgotten Oral Functions: Saliva and Taste Joel Epstein, DMD, MSD, FRCD(C)

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Dr. Richard Kofsky

VCC East - Room 1 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology, General Medicine CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Joel Epstein was previously on the staff of the British Columbia Cancer Agency and was Head of Dentistry at Vancouver Hospital. Currently, he is Professor of Surgery at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, and Consultant, Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery, City of Hope National Medical Center, Duarte, CA. He conducts a referral practice in Oral Medicine in Vancouver.

CDHBC Y

Extractions as Easy as A Crown Prep

Saliva and taste have critical functions related to oral and systemic health and general wellbeing. Taste is a neurosensory function, important in host defense, diet and nutrition and important in social interaction. Current advances in our understanding and management will be discussed.

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Dionysius David graduated from the University of Alberta Dental Program in 1998. Dr. David is a general dentist whose practice includes the following dental services: Extractions and Implants.

VCC West - Room 208/209

Speaker Host: Dr. Ali Salari

Dionysius David, DDS

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Surgery CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

Ever been caught halfway through an extraction feeling frustrated, with the clock ticking away, and the line up of patients getting bigger? This course will discuss techniques for extractions by drawing analogies to crown preparation principles.

Legend for Continuing Education Credits for CDSBC and ADA&C CL Clinical Dental PM Dental Practice Management NC Non-Clinical Dental

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Dental/Medical Emergencies

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NE

Not Eligible

Legend for QAP content categories for CDHBC Y – Courses with a Y indicate that they align with one or more suggested QAP content categories. A legend of the QAP content categories can be viewed on the PDC and CDHBC websites. NA – Courses with an NA indicate that a QAP content category has not been identified and CDHBC registrants must use their professional discretion in determining whether the course is eligible for CE credit.

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 18

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

Afternoon Presentations The Silent Killer: Understanding and Addressing the Inflammatory Pathway

As a successful entrepreneur and international, award winning speaker, Jo-Anne Jones brings life, energy and inspiration to all her presentations. Jo-Anne is the president of an educational and clinical training company and has been selected as one of the DPR’s Top 25 Women in Dentistry. Jo-Anne joins the 2016 Dentistry Today CE Leaders for the 6th consecutive year.

Jo-Anne Jones, RDH

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Ms. Jodi Noble

VCC East - Room 8/15

CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Are we still treating periodontal disease as an infection when leading authorities have redefined periodontitis as an inflammatory disease? We’re missing a critical component of our treatment interventions leading to further destruction and marginal outcomes. Is your perio program up to date? Co-sponsored by Oral Science

Duh! It’s a Disease! The Latest in Evidence-Based Caries Prevention & Intervention

John Maggio is assistant professor at SUNY Buffalo School of Dental Medicine, where he graduated in 1989. He is Course Director of the Cariology and Direct Restorations lecture courses, as well as a teacher in the clinic. He reviews articles for JADA and teaches fast-paced CE courses. Dr. Maggio lives with his wife and daughter in Amherst, NY, maintaining a private general practice Tonawanda, NY.

John Maggio, DDS

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Dr. Peter Liem

VCC West - Room 212/213/214 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Prevention/Diagnosis CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

It’s frustrating to see patients return with new lesions. Dental teams need to manage caries as a disease, not just a series of individual lesions. Dr. Maggio provides evidence-based guidelines for prevention and minimal intervention. Cases will be presented to apply this to your daily practice. Note: RCDSO – Category 1 Core Course

Solving Real Life Restorative Problems

Marvin Fier is a practicing clinician and highly respected lecturer on restorative and aesthetic dentistry. He presents CE courses at dental schools and congresses in North America and internationally, is on the Scientific Advisory Board of DENTISTRY TODAY, and recognized as one of the Best Lecturers for the past 12 years. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Aesthetic Dentistry.

Marvin Fier, DDS, FASDA, ABAD

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 116/117 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Restorative/Operative Dentistry CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

Speaker Host: Dr. Ron Fulton

Using real life clinical cases and new materials you’ll discover better ways to create beautiful, natural looking anterior and posterior tooth colored restorations predictably, successfully, and easier than ever. Predictability leads to lower stress levels, and happier patients. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

Advanced Dental Sleep Medicine Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Stephen Carstensen has had a private practice of restorative dentistry since 1983, focusing on Dental Sleep Medicine with a sleep-only practice since late 2015. He’s been teaching sleep dentistry internationally since 2007 and directs sleep education at both Pankey Institute and Spear Education. He is also Editor-in Chief of Dental Sleep Practice Magazine.

VCC West - Room 306

Speaker Host: Dr. Sharnell Muir

Stephen Carstensen, DDS, Diplomate, American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Sleep Apnea CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

Once the dental team understands the value in identifying patients at risk, action must be taken to improve health. Examination for dental sleep medicine, oral appliances, how to pick the right one, and complications that come with therapy will all be presented.

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Friday Open Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Periodontics, General Medicine


Open Sessions

Friday, March 18

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

Afternoon Presentations Fitness 101 for Dental Professionals: Secrets for Comfort and Career Longevity Bethany Valachi, PT, MS, CEAS

Friday, 2:00pm–4:30pm (special time)

Speaker Host: Ms. Joan Kovacik

Friday Open Sessions

VCC East - Ballroom C Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Ergonomics, Health CE Approved CDSBC NC

ADA&C Y

Dental professionals are prone to unique muscle imbalances and require special exercise and self-treatment guidelines to avoid chronic pain. This research-based seminar helps attendees improve their health with special exercise guidelines and effective self-treatment techniques to manage pain.

CDHBC Y

Exploding Your Practice Productivity Starting Monday Morning Steven Rasner, DMD

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

ADA&C Y

This course will provide a three-hour, real world blueprint for breaking away from the toxic tentacles of third-party insurance. Learn the recipe for getting back to the fee-for-service practice you once owned. All information is provided courtesy of a 34-year-old independent practice.

CDHBC NA

Dental Team Management 2.0 – BCDA Practice Management Series For Dentists Only Sandra Reder, Certified Personnel Consultant Diane Rideout, LLB

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 221/222 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approved CDSBC PM

ADA&C NE

Steven Rasner graduated from the University of Pennsylvania Dental School in 1980. He is a member of the ADA, Academy of Periodontology, Academy of General Dentistry, American College of Implantology, International Congress of Oral Implantologists, and International Academy for Facial Esthetics. Dr. Rasner had been included in Dentistry Today’s Top Clinical Educators for ten consecutive years. Speaker Host: Dr. Terry Godinho

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approved CDSBC NE

Bethany Valachi is a physical therapist, dental ergonomic consultant and author of the book, “Practice Dentistry Pain-Free”. She is CEO of Posturedontics®, a company that provides research-based dental ergonomic education, and clinical instructor of ergonomics at OHSU School of Dentistry in Portland, Oregon. Bethany lectures internationally and has published over 50 dental articles.

Sandra Reder founded Health Bridge HR, a subscription based hotline for health care practitioners providing them with HR expertise that they would not otherwise have access to. Actively involved with the Human Resources Management Association (HRMA). She is an Advisory Board member of XYBoom, a non-profit dedicated to intergenerational research and action.

Dianne Rideout is a lawyer with Harris LLP, received her law degree (with distinction) and MBA from the University of New Brunswick. She advises clients on all employment matters, including termination, wrongful and constructive dismissal claims, statutory obligations and human rights matters. Speaker Host: Ms. Cheryl Landrigan

Whether you’re a practice owner or associate, knowing your legal boundaries and how to manage day-to-day staffing issues makes your practice far more enjoyable. This session provides basic ‘how to’ strategies and tips along with legal expertise to keep you out of trouble. Presented by British Columbia Dental Association

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 18

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

Afternoon Presentations Dental Practice Transition Options

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

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

VCC West - Room 302/303 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Finance/Practice Transition CE Approved CDSBC NE

ADA&C Y

Friday Open Sessions

Calvin Carpenter is the Vice President of MNP’s Professional Service team. Working one on one with professionals in the dental community, Calvin provides valuable advice to help clients reach their business and personal goals. His expertise covers a wide range of areas of vital importance to practitioners, including performance management, industry benchmarking and tax planning.

Calvin Carpenter, CPA, CA Henry Doyle Brian Rudy, BSc, J.D.

CDHBC NA

Brian E. Rudy practices business law in Vancouver, BC. He has a focus working with professionals, entrepreneurs and privately-held corporations. He heads his firm’s medical/dental practice and business succession group. He assists dentists with practice transitions and sales, set-ups, facility agreements, employment and leasing issues.

There are many options for a transition in this active market. Comprehensive information for preparing your unique practice transition. Outlining the transition process from early planning to completing the sale, including legal and accounting perspectives. Presented by Al Heaps & Associates Inc.

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Open Sessions

Saturday, March 19

exhibit hall closed

Repeated Morning Presentations Overcoming the CSI Effect: Refining Dentistry’s Role in the Forensic Area Theresa Gonzales, DMD, MS, MSS

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am

Saturday Open Sessions

VCC West - Ballroom A

Speaker Host: Ms. Carole-Anne Mrsic

Repeated from Friday, 2:00pm–4:30pm VCC West - Ballroom B

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Forensics

CE Approved CDSBC NC

ADA&C Y

John Droter, DDS

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am Repeated from Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 109

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Occlusion/TMD

As a successful entrepreneur and international, award winning speaker, Jo-Anne Jones brings life, energy and inspiration to all her presentations. Jo-Anne is the president of an educational and clinical training company and has been selected as one of the DPR’s Top 25 Women in Dentistry. Jo-Anne joins the 2016 Dentistry Today CE Leaders for the 6th consecutive year.

Jo-Anne Jones, RDH

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am

Speaker Host: Ms. Diana Scott

VCC West - Room 301

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

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology, General Medicine ADA&C Y

Trey Petty, BA, BSc, DDS

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

Repeated from Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 110

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Geriatric Dentistry ADA&C Y

HPV-related oropharyngeal cancer is expected to be the leading HPV-related cancer surpassing cervical cancer by 2020. What are the implications to dentistry and how should our extraoral/intraoral screening be adjusted? What are the subtle life saving symptoms. There is an urgent need for change.

CDHBC Y

Your Growing Geriatric Practice

CE Approved CDSBC CL

That mysterious sound coming out of TMJ will be explored. Some clicks are dangerous, most are not. Can you tell the difference? Topics covered: The clinical implications of “The Click”; The different types of TMJ damage; How to identify dangerous clicks; The disease progression and treatment.

CDHBC Y

Sex and Oral Health: What’s the Connection

CE Approved CDSBC CL

John Droter maintains a private practice diagnosing facial pain in the Washington DC, Baltimore, Annapolis area. He is a visiting faculty member at the LD Pankey Institute in Florida and the Spear Educational Center in Arizona. He lectures nationally and is honored to be included in Dentistry’s Todays Top Clinicians in Dental Continuing Education. Speaker Host: Dr. Barry Walkiewicz

VCC West - Room 110

ADA&C Y

This course highlights 21st Century technologies as they relate to forensic dental applications and is designed to delineate the legitimate role of the forensic dentist with respect to dental identification, recognizing and reporting human abuse and the determination of age.

CDHBC Y

Let’s See What That Clicking Sound is All About – TMJ Damage Explored

CE Approved CDSBC CL

After a long and distinguished career in the Dental Corps of the United States Army, Colonel Theresa Gonzales returned to her home state of South Carolina. Presently, she serves as a Professor of Oral Pathology and the Director of Orofacial Pain Management at the Medical University of South Carolina - where she has been recognized as the 2014 and 2015 Outstanding Basic Sciences Professor.

CDHBC Y

Trey Petty is the former Director of Dentistry and Oral Medicine for the Calgary Health Region at the Foothills Medical Centre and the Tom Baker Cancer Centre in Calgary, and on faculty at the University of Calgary Medical School. He has a private practice in Calgary, limited to the mentally and physically challenged, medically compromised, infectious patient, head and neck cancer patient. Speaker Host: Dr. Jon O. Strom

Your patient population is aging. With age often comes a variety of medical and oral health problems. Are YOU ready? Dr. Petty will review the special needs of this special population, how to get your foot in the Long Term Care door, and how treatment planning can change as prognosis changes.

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Dental/Medical Emergencies

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Yes

NE

Not Eligible

Legend for QAP content categories for CDHBC Y – Courses with a Y indicate that they align with one or more suggested QAP content categories. A legend of the QAP content categories can be viewed on the PDC and CDHBC websites. NA – Courses with an NA indicate that a QAP content category has not been identified and CDHBC registrants must use their professional discretion in determining whether the course is eligible for CE credit.


Open Sessions

Saturday, March 19

exhibit hall closed

Repeated Morning Presentations Utilizing the Latest in Caries Diagnostics and Restorative Techniques Lou Graham, DDS

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am

Speaker Host: Dr. Anton Luu

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

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Prevention/Diagnosis. Restorative/Operative Dentistry CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC NA

The Team Approach to Documentation – The Gold Standard for Malpractice Defense Mitchell Gardiner, BA, DMD, FAGD

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am Repeated from Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 301

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management ADA&C Y

Mitchell Gardiner is a full time general dentist in New Jersey. A 1977 graduate of The University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ, he is a clinical instructor in fixed prosthetics at Rutgers. He has over 25 years of experience reviewing dental malpractice lawsuits as an expert witness, often testifying in court. He presents courses to dentists and their staff throughout the US on malpractice issues. Speaker Host: Dr. Laureen DiStefano

VCC East - Room 11/12

CE Approved CDSBC PM

Caries is alive and thriving within our patient populations. This course will focus on the latest caries diagnostics for our general dental practices. Transitioning from diagnostics will be the latest in restorative techniques that maximize enamel preservation.

Malpractice defense in court always is centered on the records. The entire dental staff must be involved in making sure that documentation is complete and meets the standard of care. This course will use actual malpractice cases to show how important the entire staff is in defending the dentist.

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CDHBC Y

TORONTO

Metro Toronto Convention Centre South Building

Keynote Speakers That Are Entertaining and Inspiring

May 5-7, 2016 Register Online at www.oda.ca/asm-registration View the Conference Guide at www.oda.ca/asm-conference-guide Like us on Follow us on

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Jann Arden, Canadian icon, singer, author and actor.

Harley Pasternak, trainer to the stars including Oprah, Rihanna and Halle Berry to name a few.

The ASM offers a great line-up of clinical speakers including: Stanley Malamed, DDS Rick Cardoza, DDS, DABFO Harold Heymann, DDS, MEd Douglas Lambert, DDS

Narder Sharifi, DDS, MS Timothy Donley, DDS, MSD Robert Fazio, DMD Clifford Ruddle, DDS

Saturday Open Sessions

VCC West - Room 121/122

Lou Graham is extensively involved in continuing education for dental professionals, focusing on incorporating current clinical advancements through “conservative dentistry.” Dr. Graham is a published author in many leading national and international dental journals. He is a member of the ADA, AACD & AGD. He is the former Dental Director of the University of Chicago and enjoys his practice Chicago, IL.


Open Sessions

Saturday, March 19

exhibit hall closed

Morning Presentations Early Detection of Oral Potentially Malignant Disorders: Diagnosis and Management Joel Epstein, DMD, MSD, FRCD(C)

Saturday Open Sessions

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC West - Room 109 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Local Anesthesia – Technique, Anatomy and Physiology in the Digital Era Michael Falkel, DDS

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC West - Room 212/213/214 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Anaesthesia CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

A Clear Approach to Aligner Therapy – Which Solution is BEST for Your Practice Neil Warshawsky, DDS, MS, PC

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Orthodontics ADA&C Y

Speaker Host: Ms. Melody Weimer

Screening for early detection of cancer is a commonly repeated goal, although screening must be evaluated in terms of common or rare conditions, and potential outcomes of testing. Current adjuncts for detection and management of potentially malignant disorders will be reviewed.

Mic Falkel has been practicing general dentistry in Monterey California since 1989. Frustrated with the performance of local anesthetic he began research into anesthesia pharmacokinetics. Based on this research, Dr. Falkel brings the science of buffering anesthetic to dentistry. Dr. Falkel is the co-founder of Onpharma Inc. an anesthetic technology and products company. Speaker Host: Dr. Withny Dagrain

This presentation will focus on the techniques and anatomy for all dental injections through an exciting, novel digital teaching modality. Visualization of vital structures and anatomical landmarks will be delivered in an unforgettable approach using CT and MRI scan data with 3D volume rendering and maximum intensity imaging. Utilizing this teaching approach can make all techniques easier, safer and more effective.

Neil Warshawsky is the founder and owner of Get It Straight Orthodontics, a leading-edge orthodontic network in the Chicago area. A double board certified orthodontic specialist since 1992, he has over 20 years of experience with cleft palate and craniofacial cases. Currently he is an Associate Professor of Surgery at the University of Illinois Craniofacial Center. Speaker Host: Dr. Kenneth (Ken) Donald

VCC West - Room 220

CE Approved CDSBC CL

Joel Epstein was previously on the staff of the British Columbia Cancer Agency and was Head of Dentistry at Vancouver Hospital. Currently, he is Professor of Surgery at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, and Consultant, Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery, City of Hope National Medical Center, Duarte, CA. He conducts a referral practice in Oral Medicine in Vancouver.

CDHBC NA

Clear aligners are not all the same. Learn the 3 leading types of removable aligners and how to get each of them to perform to their best potential. Topics that will be covered will include aligner design, material design, positive and negative pressure vacuum machines, the need for physical attachments, Interproximal reduction, open architecture, ways to make the teeth physically move, polishing and trimming, photography,staging, tipping, torqueing, bodily movement, rotations, space closure, fixed retention, and retention protocol for long term success. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Canada Limited

Peri-Implantitis: Diagnosis, Etiology, Prevalence and Management Dimitrios Karastathis, DDS, MSc, Dip. Perio, FRCD(C)

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am

Dimitrios Karastathis currently maintains a full time Periodontal and Implant practice in Vancouver, Canada. In addition, he is a surgical instructor in the Graduate Periodontics program at the University of British Columbia, and mentors/ lectures numerous study clubs in Vancouver. Speaker Host: Ms. Oriana Galindo

VCC West - Room 217/218/219 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants, Periodontics CE Approved CDSBC CL

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ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

This lecture will address a quickly and important emerging problem in the field of implant dentistry, namely Peri-implantitis. Topics of discussion will include what does/doesn’t constitute peri-implantitis, current thoughts on the etiology of the disease, different methods used to calculate prevalence, clinical detection, analysis of the different methods used to treat this disorder, and prevention.

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


Open Sessions Afternoon Presentations Differential Diagnoses in Clinical Practice Theresa Gonzales, DMD, MS, MSS

Saturday, 12:30pm–3:00pm

VCC West - Room 212/213/214

CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

After a long and distinguished career in the Dental Corps of the United States Army, Colonel Theresa Gonzales returned to her home state of South Carolina. Presently, she serves as a Professor of Oral Pathology and the Director of Orofacial Pain Management at the Medical University of South Carolina - where she has been recognized as the 2014 and 2015 Outstanding Basic Sciences Professor. Speaker Host: Ms. Carole-Anne Mrsic

The word “diagnosis” is derived from Greek and it is literally translated “through knowledge.” Diagnoses do not come about by “blinding flashes of brilliance” but instead are arrived at rather methodically through the systematic and disciplined application of knowledge. The term “differential diagnosis” refers to the process of thinking about multiple potential diagnosis based on symptoms and findings on clinical exam. Differential diagnosis is a process and this seminar is designed to review the more common oral pathologies and refine the diagnostic and treatment algorithms.

Treating Back & Neck Pain in Modern Dentistry: A Survival Guide for Your Career Timothy J. Caruso, PT, MBA, MS

Saturday, 12:30pm–3:00pm VCC West - Room 118

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Ergonomics CE Approved CDSBC NC

ADA&C Y

CDHBC Y

Timothy J. Caruso is a practicing Physical Therapist who focused his professional expertise in the area of manual therapy and orthopedics, specifically neuromusculoskeletal disorders. Timothy is a nationally known professional speaker and has worked extensively with dental profession since 1988 in the areas of ergonomics, injury prevention, productivity, exercise and wellness. Member ADA DWAC. Speaker Host: Ms. Sylvie Martel

Is your career hazardous to your health, perhaps killing you slowly? The evolution of dentistry and dental techniques have made the patients comfortable, but what about the practitioner? Pain appears to be an accepted part of the dental profession, and it seems to be worsening. Is it possible for the modern day dental professional to counteract the ill-effects of their work on their bodies? Is there a conservative approach to consider for pain relief prior to signing up for surgery? Before chronic becomes part of your vocabulary or before surgical intervention, come and give this a listen!

Open wide

Saturday Open Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology

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Saturday, March 19

Saturday So You Think You Can Speak – Series 7

‘So You Think You Can Speak?’ Series 7

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Be sure to include these Saturday sessions in your conference itinerary.

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The 50 minute presentations will feature new speakers who responded to the call for presentations and were accepted by the Scientific Committee to present. A number of exciting dentistry related topics will be covered. Come and support these speakers who may one day become featured conference speakers!

Morning Presentations Dealing with Biological Implant Complications – What You Should Know Anastasia Kelekis-Cholakis, BA, DMD,

Dip. Perio, FRCD(Can)

Saturday, 9:00am–9:50am (special time) VCC West - Room 205 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

CDHBC Y

Anastasia Kelekis-Cholakis is an Associate Professor, Graduate Program Director and Division Head of Periodontics at the University of Manitoba, College of Dentistry. She is a member of the Canadian and American Academy of Periodontology, has lectured nationally and internationally and has published articles in peer reviewed journals. She is a founding member of the Southwest Specialty Group.

This presentation will review common biological implant complications, their diagnosis and management. Cases of soft tissue hyperplasia, denture stomatitis/Candidiasis, gingival recession, peri-implant mucositis and peri-implantitis will be presented and their management discussed.

OCCLUSION – Made as Simple, as Plain and Clear, and as Obvious as ‘The Balls on a Beagle’ William E. Lea, DMD

Saturday, 9:00am–9:50am (special time) VCC West - Room 206 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Occlusion/TMD CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

BSc. Econ, Teaching Certificate

Saturday, 9:00am–9:50am (special time) VCC West - Room 207 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approved CDSBC PM

ADA&C NE

A presentation for dentists and all dental personnel about all anyone needs to know for the diagnosis and treatment of most TMJ and ‘BITE’ issues that can be accomplished in five or less, easy, short, non-invasive (but still profitable) appointments.

CDHBC NA

The High-Touch Dental Clinic: How to Cut Patient Turnover by Providing Superior Care George Verdolaga,

William E. Lea graduated from UBC in 1980, and has maintained a private, general dentistry practice on Saltspring Island since 1982.

CDHBC Y

George Verdolaga is an Amazon best-selling author and keynote speaker. His biggest passion is helping companies, entrepreneurs and professionals get out of their own way so that they can become more profitable and successful. George has written four books and usually delivers talks on leadership, customer service, effective networking and selling.

Do you wonder what keeps customers loyal? Do you want to know how to keep today’s more finicky customers from leaving you for the competition? Well, it’s going to take more than just good dentistry. Let George Verdolaga show you how to meet the expectations of today’s demanding client.

Legend for Continuing Education Credits for CDSBC and ADA&C CL Clinical Dental PM Dental Practice Management NC Non-Clinical Dental

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Legend for QAP content categories for CDHBC Y – Courses with a Y indicate that they align with one or more suggested QAP content categories. A legend of the QAP content categories can be viewed on the PDC and CDHBC websites. NA – Courses with an NA indicate that a QAP content category has not been identified and CDHBC registrants must use their professional discretion in determining whether the course is eligible for CE credit.


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Why You Should Have a Financial Plan and a Business Plan to Succeed Pierre Fournier, B.Eng.

Saturday, 9:00am–9:50am (special time) VCC West - Room 210 Learning Pattern: Personal Development Finance/Practice Transition CE Approved CDSBC NE

ADA&C NE

CDHBC Y

Informing Your Patients’ Treatment Decisions Joel A. Antel, DMD

Saturday, 10:00am–10:50am (special time) VCC West - Room 205 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approved CDSBC PM

ADA&C NE

CDHBC Y

Tooth Sensitivity – Why, How and What to Do? Danielle Clark, Diploma in Dental Hygiene

Saturday, 10:00am–10:50am (special time) VCC West - Room 206 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Prevention/Diagnosis CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

CDHBC Y

Maximizing Client Retention and Revenue Through Fostering Outstanding Office Culture Leanne Turner, RDH

Saturday, 10:00am–10:50am (special time) VCC West - Room 207

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approved CDSBC NE

ADA&C NE

CDHBC Y

With 30 years of business and financial experience, Pierre Fournier has had the opportunity to blend both areas successfully with business owners. With an approach that combines a disciplined process, risk management and best practices, Pierre offers a holistic view of wealth management and the issues and opportunities facing dentists. His focus on financial literacy for dentists has uniquely set him apart.

Why do successful practices have both a Business and Financial plan? With changes in the marketplace, an economic slowdown, concerns over spending and to best way to manage your practice...what is one to do? Pierre explains the benefit of planning, tracking progress and of the processes involved.

Joel Antel is a full time general dentist. His books on dental practice management, marketing and patient communication form the basis of his presentations to dentists, dental students, dental assistants and office staff as well as individualized coaching and consultation for dental practices. He chairs the MDA Communication Committee and serves on the CDA Trust and Value Working Group.

This is an anecdote and question driven program covering easily and ethically guiding your patients from treatment plan to informed decisions for their dental health. Joel’s approach to patient discussions can be used as is or as a template for refining you own approach.

Danielle Clark is a graduate from University of Alberta dental hygiene diploma program. She is currently taking the Bachelor of Science Dental Hygiene degree while working as a hygienist at the University. Danielle enjoys research in dentistry with focus on periodontal disease and oral health. In the future Danielle plans to pursue a Master’s degree and continue with her research.

Tooth sensitivity is a common complaint and is typically attributed to dentin exposure. There are a number of treatment options available and treatments should be patient focused. It is critical to utilize non-invasive measures prior to more invasive ones such as tissue grafting.

Leanne Turner is the owner of Canadian Dental Staffing, a Canada-wide permanent and temporary dental staffing agency. The CDS team specializes in providing support for offices with hard to fill roles and those that want to save money and time by outsourcing their staffing function. She has a deep interest in helping business owners improve profitability through talent and culture.

In an increasingly competitive market, how do practice owners and managers create an office culture that drives client loyalty and has clients lining up out the door? Leanne shares her experience working with Canadian dental industry staff and leadership and shares what’s working and what’s not.

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

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Saturday So You Think You Can Speak – Series 7

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Morning Presentations TMD and Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders: Identifying Them in Your Practice Richard Goodfellow, BSC, DDS, FAACP, DABCP, DABCDSM, DCAPM

Saturday, 10:00am–10:50am (special time) VCC West - Room 210 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Sleep Apnea CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

Reem N. Atout, BDS, DDS, MS,

FRCD (C) Diplomate ABP

Saturday, 11:00am–11:50am (special time) VCC West - Room 205 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Restorative/Operative Dentistry, Implants ADA&C NE

CDHBC Y

Optimized Hygiene Grows Your Practice & Revenue Gabriele Maycher, BSc, PID, DipDH, RDH

Saturday, 11:00am–11:50am (special time) VCC West - Room 206 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approved CDSBC NE

ADA&C NE

CDHBC Y

Christine Bauman, Master in Teaching;

Registered Buteyko Breathing Educator and Trainer

Saturday, 11:00am–11:50am (special time) VCC West - Room 207 Learning Pattern: Personal Development General Medicine, Health

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ADA&C NE

CDHBC Y

Reem Atout joined the periodontal department at the University of Manitoba in Sept 2010 after one year teaching at Harvard University. She received a BDS from Jordan in 2000, shortly after she moved to California where she obtained a dental license and practiced general dentistry for few years. In 2006 she joined the University of Alabama to obtain a Master and training in Periodontology.

The ability of dental practitioners to identify the restorative and aesthetic challenges with soft tissue deficiencies, the need and timing of soft tissue augmentation, mainly when it is involving heavily restored teeth, teeth in the aesthetic zone and around dental implants. The different surgical techniques advantages and disadvantages of each in addition to their treatment objectives will be discussed.

Gabriele Maycher, CEO of GEM Dental Revenue Experts Inc., a passionate educator with more than 30 years of clinical experience and diverse business background has revolutionized the way practice owners approach revenue growth through contributing positions such as Dental Hygiene Program Director, Quality Assurance Program assessor and consultant for forward-thinking dental practices.

According to the Ontario Economic Report, 25% of practices producing 50% more than the average practice is producing almost 70% more in their hygiene department. This 50-minute session explores the what, why and how these practices achieve these amazing results!

The Power of Breath

CE Approved CDSBC NC

The majority of people with sleep-related breathing disorders (SRBDs) are undiagnosed. The general dentist is the health professional best suited to recognize and initiate treatment of temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMD) and SRBDs, for patients of any age.

CDHBC Y

Periodontal Plastic and Reconstructive Gingival Therapy – When Should We Graft?

CE Approved CDSBC CL

Richard Goodfellow graduated from the University of Toronto Dental School in 1978. In 2000, his focus shifted from general dentistry to TMD, sleep apnea, and orthodontics. He is on the Board of Directors of the AACP, is the current Membership Chair of AACP International, and is responsible for the fundamentals course. Dr. Goodfellow practices at the TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre of Toronto.

Christine Bauman is the foremost Buteyko Breathing Educator in Canada. She began teaching in 2000; became a clinician for the first Canadian medical study on Buteyko in 2004; and a trainer in 2007. She is a founding member and president of the Buteyko Breathing Educators Association. She has worked in Japan, Australia, New Zealand and presently teaches across Canada.

The focus will be on recognizing dysfunctional breathing; how it has a significant impact on snoring, sleep apnea, development of caries, facial structural changes, inflammation of tonsils and adenoids. Expect interaction, experimentation and observation around your breathing, posture and movement.

in conjunction with the Canadian Dental Association


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Responsibility and Dental X-Rays Integrated Quality Assurance/Radiation Dose Phantom

Josip Nosil worked as an International Advisor to the Conference of Radiation Control Program Directors, Inc. (CRCPD’s) Committee on Dental Imaging, and other Committees. Private Physics Consultant and inspected over a thousand dental units over a period of 20 years. Published over 23 papers in scientific journals and presented over 37 contributions. Josip’s work has been selected three times for the Year Book.

Josip Nosil, BSc, MSc, DSc

Saturday, 11:00am–11:50am (special time) VCC West - Room 210 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Radiology CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

CDHBC Y

Technical Assessment and Social Responsibility when using Dental X-rays is presented. Three distinct but connected technical areas: Engineering, Dose, Image Quality, and DRL and ADL standards. We expect that technical data act as a useful warning sign to dentist’s suboptimal images.

Afternoon Presentations Addressing Orofacial Functional Patterns

Vera Horn earned two diplomas, Dental Therapy and Dental Hygiene from the Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology (SIAST) from 1985 -1988. As of 2009 she became the first Canadian to be recognized as a Certified Orofacial Myologist (COM) with the International Association of Orofacial Myology (IAOM).

Vera Horn, RDH, COM

Saturday, 1:00pm–1:50pm (special time) VCC West - Room 205 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Occlusion/TMD, General Medicine CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

CDHBC Y

Vera began research into Orofacial Myology in 2004 and found this area of study to be foundational for proper oral, facial, dental and speech development. She invites you to learn how we as dental professionals are able to incorporate orofacial myology into our dental practices and become a very useful link to facilitate better overall patient care in an inter-disciplinary fashion. She also invites you to come and consider how we may potentially link oral and facial resting postures and swallowing patterns to symptoms that are requiring treatment for individuals of all ages in our society.

A Brief History of Mercury

Jessica Saepoff has been in practice for 27 years. After graduating from Georgetown Dental School in 1989 she developed a practice which serves patients who are concerned about allergies and chemical sensitivities. She has also been hosting the DentalMD radio show for 4 years, discussing controversial topics publicly and promoting better communication between patients and their dentists.

Jessica Saepoff, DDS

Saturday, 1:00pm–1:50pm (special time) VCC West - Room 206 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Materials/Techniques CE Approved CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

CDHBC Y

Mercury History Lecture: Although most medical and industrial use of mercury compounds has now ended, in many countries dentists continue to use mercury in the routine care of patients. Become more knowledgeable about mercury. We are the only profession still using it every day!

Reduce Staffing Expenses By Developing A High Performing Team

Jan Jaffer is graduate of the University of the Pacific in San Francisco. He built and owns 7 dental practices in Calgary, and has ownership interests in a dental laboratory and 2 Crossfit gyms! Jan promotes social responsibility and has been on 7 dental missions. A student of management methodologies and an accomplished presenter, Jan brings expertise in the areas of team motivation, mentoring and operational management.

Jan Jaffer, DDS Thomas Morris

Saturday, 1:00pm–1:50pm (special time)

Thomas Morris has been teaching, training and developing teams for over 30 years. He is a sought after a conference speaker and has been invited to teach in over 50 countries. He is an adjunct teacher at Mount Royal University in the continuing education department. He integrates his background in addictions, systems theory and leadership to create a unique perspective on team development.

VCC West - Room 207 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approved CDSBC PM

ADA&C NE

CDHBC Y

Our aim is to provide a framework for parents to initiate discussions around money with their kids. What we learn about money has more to do with what money means and what we value; communicating on this subject is a matter many parents find rather difficult, not knowing where to start.

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Saturday So You Think You Can Speak – Series 7

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Afternoon Presentations RETENTION: Seniors Active Files/Seniors Oral Health Jon O. Strom,

DDS, FACD

Saturday, 1:00pm–1:50pm (special time) VCC West - Room 210 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Geriatric Dentistry CE Approved CDSBC PM

ADA&C NE

CDHBC Y

Do’s and Don’t of Medical Emergencies Carlos Llanes, DMD, NREMT

Saturday, 2:00pm–2:50pm (special time) VCC West - Room 205 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Emergency Medicine CE Approved CDSBC DME

ADA&C NE

CDHBC Y

Dental Loupes: Fact or Fiction? Maggie Wen, BSc, Dip. DH, RDH, MSc (Candidate)

Saturday, 2:00pm–2:50pm (special time) VCC West - Room 206 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Materials/Techniques CE Approved CDSBC NC

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ADA&C NE

CDHBC Y

Jon O. Strom is a graduate University of Alberta. He served eight years in Royal Canadian Dental Corps, had a private dental practice in West Vancouver for 40years. Served on BC College Council and various committees as well as VDDS. Special interest in Geriatric Dental Care. Retired from Private Practice 2010. Previous Presentations: Tsunami of Disintegrating Dentistry and Dentistry in 3/D.

Frail seniors are often lost as active files in a dental practice due to health and mobility problems and due to lack of an in-house program to maintain contact with seniors. New internet Apps could easily overcome this treatment gap. More patients on file, more oral health, less neglect for frail seniors!

Carlos Llanes graduated from Temple University School of Dentistry in Philadelphia, PA. He has been in private practice in the Phoenix metro area for more than 10 years. He is currently a nationally registered emergency medical technician, an evaluator for the AZ dental state board, and past adjunct faculty at A. T. Still University of Oral Health.

With every second that passes during an emergency without a medical intervention a patient’s survival rate can drop by 10%. Hence the dental team becomes the patient’s life line. Interdisciplinary emergency treatment by the dental team can increase a patient’s survival while reducing complications.

Maggie Wen currently teaches and does research in clinical ergonomics at UBC Dentistry. Wen has been a speaker at a variety of national and international dental conferences and is now the founder of PracWell, an independent ergonomics consulting practice providing one-on-one and group learning opportunities for all dental professionals.

Thinking about purchasing dental surgical loupes? Are surgical loupes the right choice for me? What are some important things to consider and to watch out when selecting surgical loupes for my practice? Come join us at this interactive and informative session to find out more!

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Afternoon Presentations Bridging the Communication Gap to Dental Care for Hard of Hearing Patients Deborah Scott, PhD

Saturday, 2:00pm–2:50pm (special time) VCC West - Room 207

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approved CDSBC PM

ADA&C NE

CDHBC Y

Kids & Money: Essential Conversations Jim Doyle, CFP, CLU, CFDA, TEP, CIWM™

Saturday, 2:00pm–2:50pm (special time) VCC West - Room 210

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Finance/Practice Transition CE Approved CDSBC NE

ADA&C NE

CDHBC NA

Deborah Scott graduated from Fielding Graduate University in 2014, shifting her doctoral research focus from dental practice management to hearing health in 2011. She currently serves on the Board of Directors at Canadian Hard of Hearing - BC, and is committed to improving global hearing health for professionals, and under-served individuals, families, and communities in developing countries.

According to recent research by Stats Canada, by 2030, 40% of your practice will be deaf or hard of hearing (HOH). Now is the time to learn communication strategies and tools that enhance your ability to effectively meet the needs of deaf and HOH patients, and overcome barriers to dental care.

Jim Doyle is a veteran of the financial services industry since 1989. He creates financial plans, integrating investment management, estate planning as well as personal and corporate wealth building strategies for high income professionals, practice owners, and their families. Recognized as an expert in his field, Jim is featured on CISL AM 650’s “Boomer Life” addressing essential financial planning concerns.

Many parents understand the importance of financial literacy, yet experience anxiety around teaching their kids essential money skills. Jim shares tips for working with preteens and adolescents through to university students and beyond, turning every day moments into learning experiences.

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Take the Bridge to Better Dentistry CDA Convention hosted by Dental Association of PEI

August 22–25, 2018 LOBSTER AND LEARNING Come play on our Island!

DENTAL ASSOCIATION of PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

www.dapei.ca

So You Think You Can Speak – Series 7

‘So You Think You Can Speak?’ Series 7


Dental Technicians Association of BC

Dental Technicians Association of BC

34th Annual Conference

IN CONJUNCTION WITH

Dental Technicians Association of British Columbia 34th Annual Conference

Saturday, March 19, 2016 Vancouver Convention Centre – West Building

We welcome all Dental Technicians and other dental practitioners to join us for the full three days of programming and social events at the Pacific Dental Conference March 17-19, 2016 or for the one day of programming on Saturday, March 19, 2016 when the DTABC sessions and exhibition will take place. Three days or one day – the choice is yours and all for the same price!

Vancouver Convention Centre – West Building

DTABC Exhibits Tradeshow 8:00am–3:00pm VCC West Building – Ballroom B Bronze Sponsor

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Aurum Crest Bego Canada Carestream Dental Central Dental Dentalree.com Dentsply Canada Ltd. Dentsply Implants GC America Inc. Ivoclar Vivadent Patterson Dental Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Synca Marketing Inc. TCS, Inc. UniNature Dental Enterprise Vita North America West Coast Dental Milling Centre Zahn Canada Zimmer Biomet


Dental Technicians Association of BC

34th Annual Conference

Friday Program – Hands-On Course Limited Attendance

Friday, March 18

Andre Theberge, RDT, CDT Friday, 8:30am - 11:00am continues 1:30pm - 4:30pm

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VCC West - Room 111

Cost: $295

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Materials Techniques

The participants will have the opportunity to work on a presintered anterior 3 unit bridge and a molar developing specific shading technique. A copy of the same units will be sintered according to the learned processes acquired from the presintered samples and will be ready for porcelain application and staining. The participants should have a good working ability with ceramics both in building and contouring. The final results should be a completed 3 unit bridge and a single molar. Co-sponsored by Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc.

Limited Attendance course offered on a first come first served basis. Pre-registration required.

Saturday Program Welcome Address and Plenary Session Saturday 8:00am–9:15am VCC West – Ballroom B Your Brain at Work Terry Small, MA, BEd.

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication, Health

Topics covered include: Learning to eat right to think right; Improve your focus and memory; Learn the three critical things to do to outwit Alzheimer’s; How to use the new science of neuroplasticty to improve your brain; and how to overcome limiting beliefs that block your ability to learn and to succeed.

Concurrent Session 1

Dental Technicians Association of BC

Dentistry’s Wonder Material Featuring Zenostar – Hands-On Course

10:00am–11:30am

The Nuts and Bolts of 21st Century Dentures

Stephen Wagner, DDS, FACP VCC West - Room 202 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Removable Prosthodontics

DigAlogLab – The Digital/Analog Dental Laboratory Mark Rotsaert VCC West - Room 203

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Technology

Overview of Uses for Fiber in Removable/Implant Prosthetics Moses Moubarak, CDT VCC - Room 204

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants, Removable Prosthodontics

Dr. Wagner is eager to demonstrate the techniques required to make denture fabrication a predictable and profitable service in any modern dental practice. Implants and contemporary materials have changed the nature of fabricating removable complete dentures, providing comfort and satisfaction. Co-sponsored by: Dentsply Canada Limited

This presentation will cover: Understanding where it began; efficiency of a digital dental laboratory; predictions of what will happen in the future; and how the dental technician will be an integral part of the future of dentistry. Co-sponsored by: Carestream Dental

Moses Moubarak presents techniques for using preimpregnated fiber products in the fabrication of dentures, implant-support overdentures, implant hybrid and telescopic (friction fit) dentures. Attendees will learn fiber techniques that will ensure the highest clinical success. Co-sponsored by: Synca Marketing Inc.

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Dental Technicians Association of BC

Dental Technicians Association of BC

Concurrent Session 2

34th Annual Conference

1:00pm–2:30pm

Restoring the Endentulous Arch – Options

This lecture will review the current options and protocols for treatment planning, pre-surgical preparation, surgical conversion and definitive fabrication, including a step-by-step protocol for this unique treatment approach for restoring the edentulous arch. It will also discuss current misconceptions of this protocol and validate the use of “tilted” implants to reduce cantilevers. A stepby-step protocol will be discussed with material uses and pearls.

Chris Morris, BS VCC West - Room 202

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Materials/Techniques, Removable Prosthodontics

Digital Workflow Using 3Shape Alex Alvarado, CDT VCC West - Room 203

Course topics include: Digital Workflow Using 3Shape; Trios3 Feature and Benefits; Importing a digital file using the Dental Lab Software; Differences in Dental Lab Scanners; Software Modules Overview, and Finishing the digital workflow.

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Technology

Co-sponsored by: Zahn Canada

The Art of Pack Pressing, Processing, Coloring and Finishing Tom Zaleske, AS Dental Technology VCC West - Room 204

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Materials/Techniques

A dental technician for 30 years, Zaleske has predominately pack pressed and heat cured full dentures, partials, and for the last decade, implant bars. In that time he has learned some tried and true techniques that color enhance the final result of his work. This PowerPoint course will share those techniques that provide the best color enhanced outcome regardless if the curing procedure is long cure, short cure, or microwave cured. You will also learn a unique texture and finishing technique. Co-sponsored by: GC America Inc.

Concurrent Session 3

3:00pm–4:30pm

Solutions for the Endentulous Patient: Combining Technology and Design Dragan Lipovac, RDT, PIDP VCC West - Room 202

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Fixed Prosthodontics, Technology

The successful integration of new technologies within the practice will be presented which include the latest in patientspecific overdenture solutions. In particular, restorative treatment concepts based on telescopic principles are gaining in popularity due to their stability, bone preservation and ease of hygiene maintenance by the patient. We will discuss how offering this type of treatment can contribute to practice growth and patient satisfaction. Co-sponsored by: Dentsply Implants

A Properly Fabricated Flexible Partial – The TCS Way Elvis Rosado, CDT VCC West - Room 203

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Removable Prosthodontics

This well rounded seminar is ideal for technicians who are looking to learn and/or improve techniques on the fabrication of TCS Flexible Partials. This course will cover common case designs, proper waxing and blocking out techniques, tips for successful injections, and finishing and polishing step-by-step processes. The speaker also goes over the most common mistakes when fabricating a TCS Flexible Partial. This interactive seminar encourages technicians to share their experiences and discuss possible solutions to difficult cases. Co-sponsored by: TCS, Inc.

Innovations in the Fabrication of Implant Supported Fixed Hybrid Dentures Dominic Babinski, HBA, CPA, CMA VCC West - Room 204 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Fixed Prosthodontics

Innovative systems for the fabrication of fixed hybrid dentures that address the limitations of current methods are now available. These approaches provide technicians with greater control, simplicity and speed in the manufacturing process. Attendees will receive an update on the Fiber Force CST bar replacement system, as well as learn about the Visio.lign veneering system. Attendees will also learn about new non-metallic and nonzirconia high-performance polymer materials that can be milled or pressed into substructures. Co-sponsored by: Central Dental Ltd.

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Continuing Education / Reporting Your CE 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 as follows:

1. Hour-for-hour credit (to a maximum of 5 hours) for visiting the exhibits AND/OR 2. Hour-for-hour credit for eligible session attendance.

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, and ADA&C to be eligible for CE credit by the following symbols: Legend for Continuing Education Credits for CDSBC and ADA&C CL Clinical Dental PM Dental Practice Management NC Non-Clinical Dental

DME

Dental/Medical Emergencies

Y

Yes

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Not Eligible

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 Hygienists may claim up to 2 credits for visiting booths/displays at the 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 Legend for QAP content categories for CDHBC Y – Courses with a Y indicate that they align with one or more suggested QAP content categories. A legend of the QAP content categories can be viewed on the PDC and CDHBC websites. NA – Courses with an NA indicate that a QAP content category has not been identified and CDHBC registrants must use their professional discretion in determining whether the course is eligible for CE credit.

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. Make sure you are scanned in and out of every session

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

Download the PDC Program App f or Smartphone and iPad

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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.


Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Personal Development

Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Page

Dealing with Difficult Patients – How to Turn Lemons into Lemonade

Lois Banta

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

VCC East - Room 8/15

50

VCC West - Room 211

67

R.I.S.E. to Success

Judy Kay Mausolf

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

VCC East - Ballroom A

50

VCC East - Room 11/12

65

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

VCC West - Ballroom C

50

VCC West - Ballroom B

65

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Communication

Can We Talk – Mastering TOP TIER Communication

Chris Scappatura

Patient Stress Management with Meditative and Hypnotic Techniques

Gabor Filo

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 119/120

60

Communication Solutions – Attitudes Breakdowns and Conflict Resolutions

Judy Kay Mausolf

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

VCC East - Ballroom A

51

VCC East - Room 11/12

68

Waking Up on The Wrong Side of the Bed

Chris Scappatura

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

VCC West - Ballroom C

51

VCC East - Ballroom A

68

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

VCC East - Ballroom B

50

VCC East - Ballroom C

65

Wit, Fit and Balance – Strategies for Success

Meg Soper

Entrancing Enhancing Communication

Gabor Filo

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 119/120

Hands-On Workshop in Hypnosis for Therapeutic Communication

Gabor Filo

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 113

74

Your Brain at Work

Terry Small

Saturday 8:15 - 9:15

VCC West - Ballroom B

91

Dental Practice Transition Options

Calvin Carpenter Henry Doyle Brian Rudy

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 302/303

79

Why You Should Have a Financial Plan and a Business Plan to Succeed

Pierre Fournier

Saturday 9:00 - 10:00

VCC West - Room 210

85

Kids & Money: Essential Conversations

Jim Doyle

Saturday 2:00 - 3:00

VCC West - Room 210

89

Antibiotics in Dentistry

Robert Fazio

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

55

The Nutrition Prescription

Tieraona Low Dog

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

VCC West - Ballroom B

50

VCC East - Ballroom B

65

Dental Chair Oral Health I – Focus on Prevention During Prophylactic Care

Kate O’Hanlan

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Ballroom A

54

Medicine, Dentistry and Drugs

Robert Fazio

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 118

58

Celiac Disease, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Crohn’s Disease & The Role of the Dental Team

Hardy Limeback

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 2/3

60

Top Selling Dietary Supplements – What the Dental Team Should Know

Tieraona Low Dog

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

VCC West - Ballroom B

51

VCC East - Ballroom B

68

Dental Chair Oral Health II – Maximizing Prevention Strategies, the Health Reward

Kate O’Hanlan

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Ballroom A

57

Therapeutic Use of Botulinum Toxin in Dentistry

Warren Roberts Jan Roberts

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

58

Sex and Oral Health: What’s the Connection

Jo-Anne Jones

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

VCC West - Room 301

64

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Don’t forget to join us for the Exhibit Hall Reception on Thursday and Friday from 4:15pm to 5:15pm for complimentary beverages. This is a great opportunity to meet and socialize with the exhibitors and your friends in a casual atmosphere.

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This is the best opportunity you will have this year to make your office purchase and take advantage of show specials.

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The Pacific Dental Conference is pleased to present the Exhibit Hall which will provide you with the widest selection of products and services in one place. With over 600 booths you are sure to find the latest products and services to help you reach clinical and practice excellence. Exhibitor personnel are on hand for two full days to provide their expertise for you to make the right choice for your practice.

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Exhibitor Listings

Exhibitor Listings 3M ESPE Dental Products www.3MESPE.ca (519) 452-6560 Booth 1000 gkmcglynn@mmm.com

Aseptico www.aseptico.com (425) 487-3157 Booth 1513 conv@aseptico.com

Blue & Green Inc. www.blueandgreeninc.com (416) 733-7900 Booth 1743 info@blueandg.com

CDSPI www.cdspi.com (416) 296-9401 cdspi@cdspi.com

3Shape www.3shape.com (908) 867-0812 Booth 244 nancy.jain@3shape.com

Attridge Dental Real Estate www.attridgedental.com (604) 363-5258 Booth 97 jjackson@attridgedental.com

BMO Bank of Montreal www.bmo.com/professionals (877) 629-6262 Booth 1403 pino.loverro@bmo.com

Centrix, Inc. www.centrixdental.com (203) 929-5582 x7438 Booth 1153 lthunem@centrixdental.com

A B Implants - Canada www.abimplant.com (514) 941-4450 Booth 1502 abimpalnts@gmail.com

Aurum Group www.aurumgroup.com (800) 663-1721 Booth 843 ce@aurumgroup.com

BQ Ergonomics www.bqe-usa.com (877) 938-9034 Booth 1843 info@bqergonomics.com

A-dec, Inc. www.a-dec.com (503) 548-7478 Booth 429 domestic@a-dec.com

Autoclave Testing Service www.SterilizerMonitoring.ca (877) 287-1199 Booth 451 kim@autoclavetestingservice.com

Brasseler Canada www.brasselerusa.com (800) 841-4522 Booth 1135 info@brasselerusa.com

Certified Dental Assistants of British Columbia www.cdabc.org (604) 714-1766 Booth 1552 info@cdabc.org

ABELDent Inc. www.ABELDent.com (800) 267-2235 x1 Booth 1437 Info@ABELDent.com

BaseVac Dental www.basevacdental.com (905) 828-6301 Booth 1646 k.sterenczak@remequip.com

British Columbia Dental Association www.bcdental.org (604) 736-7202 Booth 719 bcda@bcdental.org

AboutFace www.aboutface.ca (416) 597-2229 x21 info@aboutface.ca

BAVO The Dentists’ Laboratory www.bavodentistslab.com (604) 299-2286 Booth 551 janet@bavodentistslab.com

British Columbia Dental Hygienists’ Association www.bcdha.com (604) 415-4559 Booth 1550 info@bcdha.bc.ca

Booth 1455

Accen Dental www.accendental.com (407) 808-2010 Booth 452 ckim@accendental.com ACTEON North America www.acteoncanada.com (800) 289-6367 Booth 143 info@acteoncanada.com Al Heaps & Associates Inc. www.heapsanddoyle.com (604) 724-1964 Booth 1143 henry@heapsanddoyle.com Align Technology www.invisalign.com (888) 822-5446

Booth 1125

Alignmed BC Functional Apparel www.alignmedbc.com (604) 340-3211 Booth 1845 duncan@alignmedbc.com Allerject www.allerject.ca (416) 889-9748 Booth 1445 elizabeth.monk@sanofi.com Allstar Dental Laboratories www.allstardental.com (604) 872-2552 Booth 1052 info@allstardental.com American Eagle Instruments, Inc. www.am-eagle.com (406) 549-7451 Booth 1645 customerservice@am-eagle.com Appreciado www.appreciado.com (403) 852-5820 Booth 450 sara@appreciado.com Argen Canada www.argencanada.com (250) 712-1344 Booth 1343 richardn@argencanada.com

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BC Lung Association’s QuitNow Services www.quitnow.ca (250) 656-9706 Booth 1554 kathyboyd@shaw.ca BC Oral Cancer Prevention Program www.orcanet.ca (604) 675-8077 Booth 1651 keliu@bccrc.ca

Can - Am Gold www.canamgold.ca (604) 583-6657 Booth 1933 canamgold@gmail.com Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry www.caed.ca (514) 769-3939 Booth 1946 info@caed.ca

Belmont/Takara Company Canada Ltd. Canadian Dental Assistants’ www.takarabelmont.ca (905) 822-2755 Booth 403 Association www.cdaa.ca mauger@takarabelmont.ca (613) 521-5495 Booth 1650 Beutlich Pharmaceuticals, LLC info@cdaa.ca www.beutlich.com (800) 238-8542 Booth 1835 Canadian Dental Association www.cda-adc.ca beutlich@beutlich.com (613) 523-1770 Booth 719 Beyes Canada rhalliger@cda-adc.ca www.beyes.ca (416) 293-2868 Booth 303 Canadian Dental Hygienists Association jay.x@beyes.ca www.cdha.ca BioHorizons Canada (800) 267-5235 Booth 1551 www.biohorizons.com info@cdha.ca (866) 468-8338 Booth 1242 Canadian Dental Staffing infocanada@biohorizons.com www.canadiandentalstaffing.com BIOLASE (604) 368-8657 Booth 1620 www.biolase.com leanne@canadiandentalstaffing.com (949) 361-1200 Booth 344 Carestream Dental info@biolase.com www.carestreamdental.com BIOMED DISPOSE-IT (800) 933-8031 Booth 928 www.biomeddisposeit.com debra.roschetzky@carestream.com (604) 872-3399 Booth 1051 Carl Zeiss Canada Ltd. torie@biomeddisposeit.com www.zeiss.ca Bisco Dental Products Canada Inc. (604) 360-7256 Booth 153 www.biscocanada.com abrar.esop@zeiss.com (604) 276-8662 Booth 919 Carolyn Design info@biscocanada.com www.carolyndesign.com (450) 474-4040 x221 Booth 1055 suzanne@carolyndesign.com

Booth 918

Chase Paymentech www.chasepaymentech.ca (877) 801-1817 Booth 952 cheryl.rafter@chasepaymentech.ca CIBC www.cibc.com (604) 673-8837

Booth 205

Citagenix Inc. www.citagenix.com (877) 243-6724 Booth 135 info@citagenix.com ClearCorrect www.clearcorrect.com (888) 331-3323 x1066 Booth 92 msmith@clearcorrect.com ClearDent www.cleardent.com (866) 253-2748 x1 info@cleardent.com

Booth 409

Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services www.clinicalresearchdental.com (800) 265-3444 Booth 219 info@clinicalresearchdental.com Colgate www.colgateprofessional.com (416) 421-6000 Booth 343 College of Dental Hygienists of BC www.cdhbc.com (250) 383-4101 Booth 229 cdhbc@cdhbc.com College of Dental Surgeons of BC www.cdsbc.org (604) 736-3621 Booth 329 info@cdsbc.org College of Dental Technicians of BC www.cdt.bc.ca (604) 278-8324 Booth 1746 info@cdt.bc.ca College of Denturists of BC www.cd.bc.ca (604) 515-0533 Booth 1846 registrar@cd.bc.ca Coltene Inc. www.coltenewhaledent.com (800) 221-3046 Booth 302 morrison@coltenewhaledent.com


Exhibitor Listings ConfirmByEmail www.confirmbyemail.com (403) 852-4382 Booth 1535 dean@confirmbyemail.com

Dentsply Tulsa Dental Specialties www.tulsadental.com (800) 662-1202 Booth 543 Lesa.Hanna@dentsply.com

Doxa Dental www.CeramirUS.com (704) 517-8800 Booth 1824 Michele.Lowe@doxadental.com

Executive Dental Supply Ltd. www.execdent.com (604) 439-0024 Booth 253 soltesz@moderndigital.net

Crest Oral-B www.dentalcare.ca (416) 730-4110 Booths 743, 855 tso.s@pg.com

Denturist Association of British Columbia www.denturist.bc.ca (250) 372 3011 Booth 1747 koreconnolly@gmail.com

DPAP Counselling (800) 661-9199 Booth 1947 dpapcounselling@shaw.ca

FDI - World Dental Federation www.fdiworldental.org +41225608144 Booth 1553 echevron@fdiworldental.org

Creston Valley, B.C. www.crestonvalleyBC.com (250) 428-1678 Booth 1152 marilin.states@gmail.com

deserve fine jewelry (780) 720-8339 Booth 1731 deserveks@hotmail.com Designs for Vision, Inc. www.DesignsForVision.com (800) 345-4009 Booth 1309 info@DesignsForVision.com

David Mitchell General Contractor www.dmco.ca (604) 805-5645 Booth 1325 davoodmoradir@gmail.com

DEXIS www.dexis.com (414) 331-6067 Booth 1211 Mary.koloski@kavokerrgroup.com

DenMat www.denmat.com (800) 433-6628 info@denmat.com

DiaDent Group International www.diadent.com (604) 451-8851 Booth 1529 katie@diadent.com

Booth 308

Dental Canada INSTRUMENTATION www.mydentalcanada.com (905) 641-0975 Booth 554 jongyoon@mydentalcanada.com

Digital Doc, LLC www.digi-doc.com (916) 941-8010 Booth 95 kkelley@digi-doc.com

Dental Industry Association of Canada www.diac.ca (905) 417-7462 Booth 1847 info@diac.ca

DMG Canada Inc. www.dmg-america.com (800) 662-6383 Booth 1446 info@dmg-america.com

East Side Dental Clinic www.vnhs.net (604) 254-9900 Booth 1652 lex.vides@vnhs.net EasyMarkit www.easymarkit.com (604) 614-5610 Booth 1413 josh@easymarkit.com Embrosin Medical Technologies Inc. www.embrosin.com (416) 848-3741 Booth 355 info@embrosin.com Endo/Tech www.endo-tech.com (902) 429-2257 Booth 1251 svincent@endo-tech.com Everything Uniforms www.everythinguniforms.ca (604) 514-9903 Booth 1155 unishop@telus.net

FIRMA Energywear www.firmaenergywear.com (604) 838-6402 Booth 1722 info@malarys.com First Edition First Aid Training Inc. www.firsteditionfirstaid.ca (403) 243-2644 Booth 1831 firsteditionaed@gmail.com Forbes IT Solutions Ltd. www.forbesit.ca (604) 418-6108 Booth 211 info@forbesit.ca Garfield Refining Company www.garfieldrefining.com (800) 523-0968 Booth 1422 info@garfieldrefining.com Garrison Dental Solutions www.garrisondental.com (616) 842-2244 x214 Booth 1345 rgood@garrisondental.com GC America Inc. www.gcamerica.com (708) 597-0900 Booth 1537 marlyse_williams@gcamerica.com

Dental R.A.T. www.dentalrat.com (877) 278-0061 Booth 454 amanda@dentalrat.com

Gendex Dental Systems www.gendex.com (414) 331-3067 Booth 1009 Mary.koloski@kavokerrgroup.com

Dental Savings Club www.dentalsavingsclub.com (888) 768-1230 Booth 1719 info@dentalsavingsclub.com

Germiphene Corporation www.germiphene.com (800) 265-9931 Booth 1629 smcintyre@germiphene.com

Dental Technicians Association of BC www.dentaltechniciansofbc.com (604) 278-6279 Booth 1647 office@dentaltechniciansofbc.com

Gibraltar Holdings Ltd. & Terian Ventures Ltd. www.gibraltar.ca (604) 618-7650 Booth 853 pauls@gibraltar.ca

Dental Tribune America, LLC www.dental-tribune.com (212) 244-7181 Booth 1929 t.gittens@dental-tribune.com Dental USA www.mydentalusa.com (815) 363-8003 Booth 1828 info@mydentalusa.com DentalEZ www.DentalEZ.com (866) 383-4636 Booth 1509 marketing@dentalez.com Dentalree.com www.dentalree.com (408) 455-2150 Booth 251 linda0laine@gmail.com Dentsply Canada Limited www.dentsply.com (905) 851-6060 Booth 643

GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare www.gsk.ca (905) 814-2220 Booth 934 GLO Apparel www.gloapparel.com (888) 233-4333 Booth 1602 info@gloapparel.com GluStitch Inc. www.glustitch.com/periacryl (604) 940-2262 Booth 351 info@glustitch.com Golden Dental Solutions www.GoldenDentalSolutions.com (877) 987-2284 Booth 1421 info@goldendentalsolutions.com

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D-Sharp Dental www.operatorymanagement.com (877) 837-4277 Booth 1621 Lisa.Gastle@atitan.com

Drink E-Z Products Inc. www.drinke-z.com (844) 374-6539 Booth 350 sales@drinke-z.com


Exhibitor Listings

Exhibitor Listings HANSAmed Limited www.hansamed.net (800) 363-2876 Booth 1435 info@hansamed.net

Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc. www.ivoclarvivadent.ca (800) 263-8182 x8234 Booth 319 Laura.Gilbert@ivoclarvivadent.com

Lips Inc. www.lipsinc.com (416) 567-8925 Booth 1631 warren@lipsinc.com

Hayat Shahi & CO Chartered Professional Accountant www.hs-cpa.ca (604) 990-0829 Booth 247 masoud@hs-cpa.ca

J. Morita USA, Inc. www.jmoritausa.com (949) 581-9600 Booth 1528 info@jmoritausa.com

Login Canada www.lb.ca (204) 837-2987 x219 Booth 1934 cab@lb.ca

Johnson & Johnson Inc. www.jnjcanada.com (905) 968-2000 Booth 534

LumaDent, Inc. www.lumadent.com (775) 829-4488 Booth 209, 1246 info@lumadent.com

Hedy Canada www.hedycanada.com (403) 571-2277 Booth 1323 info@hedycanada.com Henry Schein www.henryschein.ca (604) 527-8888 x2587 Booth 709 bob.almasi@henryschein.ca Heraeus Kulzer www.heraeusdentalusa.com (800) 431-1785 Booth 90 marc.teichman@kulzer-dental.com Hiossen Implant Canada Inc. www.hiossen.ca (604) 324-0112 Booth 109 shawn@hiossen.ca Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. www.hu-friedy.com (773) 975-6100 info@hufriedy.com

Booth 1035

i-CAT www.i-CAT.com (414) 331-3067 Booth 1310 Mary.koloski@kavokerrgroup.com iFinance Dentalcard www.dentalcard.ca (888) 689-9876 x501 Booth 1942 ljohnson@ifinancecanada.com Implant Direct International www.implantdirect.com (661) 705-4901 Booth 1219 gpage@implantdirect.com iNetTechnologies Inc. www.inettechnologies.ca (416) 281-8995 x221 Booth 1444 wlester@inettechnologies.ca Inliant Dental Technologies www.inliant.com (604) 367-4497 x230 Booth 103 olga@navigatesurgical.com Instrumentarium www.instrumentariumdental.com/usa (800) 558-6120 Booth 1209 usainfo@instrudental.com Isolite Systems www.isolitesystems.com (800) 560-6066 Booth 1729 customerservice@isolitesystems.com ICD - International College of Dentists www.icd-canada.org (204) 349-3014 Booth 1654 icdbaker@mts.net

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Journees dentaires internationales du Quebec www.odq.qc.ca (514) 875-8511 Booth 1625 congres@odq.qc.ca JR Financial www.jrfin.com (604) 343-4808 carmyn@jrfin.com

M.A.R.S Bio-Med Processes Inc. www.marsbiomed.com (866) 594-3648 Booth 1829 mike@marsbiomed.com

Booth 1247

Magellan Dental Arts www.magellandental.com (604) 408-0698 Booth 954 info@magellandental.com

KaVo Dental www.kavousa.com (414) 331-3067 Booth 1109 Mary.koloski@kavokerrgroup.com

Main Street Hub www.mainstreethub.com (512) 485-4221 Booth 1723 anna.li@mainstreethub.com

Kavo Kerr Group www.kavokerrgroup.com (414) 331-3067 Booth 1119 Mary.koloski@kavokerrgroup.com

Master Dental Solution Ltd. www.masterdentalsolution.com (778) 279-7070 Booth 1545 masterdentalsolution@hotmail.com

Kennedy Professional Seminars www.kennedyseminars.com (204) 477-0485 Booth 252 roxanne@kennedyseminars.com

Maxident Dental Software www.maxidentsoftware.com (800) 663-7199 Booth 1423 info@maximsoftware.com

KERATOR (Daekwang IDM) www.kerator.com (822) 378-37041 Booth 1610 overdenture@kerator.com

maxill inc. www.maxill.com (519) 631-7370 Booth 335 customerservice@maxill.com

Kerr Corporation www.kerrdental.com (800) 346-3636 Booth 1208 Tammy.Morrow@Kerrdental.com

MCS Handpiece Ltd. www.mcshandpiece.com (604) 575-8544 Booth 1937 info@mcshandpiece.com Medical Mart www.medimart.com (905) 624-6200 x216 Booth 1721 marketing@medimart.com

Keystone Dental www.keystonedental.com (949) 344-5521 Booth 353 rradusovsky@keystonedental.com Kindness in Action www.kindnessinaction.ca (780) 999-6796 Booth 1745 dave@kindnessinaction.ca Kuraray America www.kuraraydental.com (800) 879-1676 Booth 1822 info@kuraray.com Larr Sales Inc. www.larrsales.com (905) 474-2233 Booth 1644 info@larrsales.com LED Dental www.leddental.com (844) 952-7327 Booth 1508 info@leddental.com Lighthouse 360 www.lh360.com (646) 770-8924 Booth 98 shows@yodle.com

MediCapital Inc. www.medicapital.net (800) 363-2891 x246 Booth 94 graeme@medicapital.net Medicom Inc. www.medicom.ca (514) 636-6262 Booth 1643 Merganzer Health Ltd. www.merganzerhealth.com (416) 709-6413 Booth 96 info@merganzerhealth.com Meta Biomed Inc. www.buymetabiomedonline.com (267) 282-5893 Booth 453 PeterLee@metabiomed-inc.com Microcopy www.microcopydental.com (800) 235-1863 Booth 1409 heather@microcopydental.com

MicroDental Laboratories at Vancouver www.microdental.com (604) 873-0888 Booth 145 SThomson@microdental.com Micrylium Laboratories www.micrylium.com (800) 489-8868 Booth 1302 greenteam@micrylium.com Midmark Corporation www.midmark.com (937) 526 8244 Booth 1544 felsass@midmark.com Miele Limited www.mieleprofessional.ca (905) 532-2270 x225 Booth 943 ulrike.lindig@miele.ca Millennium Dental Technologies, Inc. www.lanap.com (562) 860-2908 Booth 552 cklojda@lanap.com Mimountino Designs Ltd. www.mimountinodesigns.com (604) 764-1619 Booth 1930 mbmina@hotmail.com MIS Implants www.mis-implants.ca (514) 633-0076 Booth 93 service@mis-implants.ca MNP LLP, www.mnp.ca (604) 685-8408 Booth 1637 Vancouver.Reception@mnp.ca Modern Precison Dental Instruments Co., Ltd. www.mdedental.com/en/index.htm 8.67579E+12 Booth 1405 fanglianping@mdedental.com MS Meditech Solutions Inc. www.msmeditech.com (604) 270-8358 Booth 1229 syang@msmeditech.com National Dental Inc. www.nationaldental.com (800) 392-1171 x102 Booth 235 neilmagneson@gmail.com National Dosimetry Services www.healthcanada.gc.ca/nds (800) 261-6689 Booth 1253 NDS-SND@hc-sc.gc.ca National Leasing Healthcare Financing www.nationalleasing.com (604) 448-3011 Booth 1347 cheryl.anderson@nationalleasing.com National Massage Chairs www.nationalmassagechair.ca (604) 253-6636 Booth 1619 danuschanus@gmail.com NextLevel Practice www.nextlevelpractice.com (212) 388-1712 Booth 1931 jessica@nextlevelpractice.com


Exhibitor Listings Patterson Dental www.pattersondental.ca (604) 247-1991 Booth 419 red.barnes@pattersondental.ca

Provision Accounting Group www.provisionaccountinggroup.ca (604) 273-6601 Booth 1419 info@provisiongroup.ca

Royal Canadian Dental Corp www.forces.gc.ca (604) 666-0166 Booth 1351 anthony.wright@forces.gc.ca

NSK Dental LLC www.nskdental.com (888) 675-1675 Booth 1102 info@nskdental.com

Pelton & Crane www.pelton.net (414) 331-3067 Booth 1019 Mary.koloski@kavokerrgroup.com

Pulpdent Corporation www.pulpdent.com (617) 926-6666 x645 Booth 1624 allison.boyd@pulpdent.com

Royal Crown Precious Metals Ltd. www.royalcrownmetals.com (604) 628-7908 Booth 1744 andreas@royalcrownmetals.com

nu apparel www.nuapparel.ca (604) 417-6522 Booth 555 manthanhhoang@yahoo.com

Philips Sonicare www.philipsoralhealthcare.com (800) 676-7664 Booth 703

Purtzki & Associates www.justfordentists.com (604) 669-7558 Booth 1429 purtzki@purtzki.com

Rx Honing (Sharpening) Machine www.rxhoning.com (574) 259-1606 Booth 1447 rjwatson@rxhoning.com

Q-Optics www.q-optics.com (866) 399-4609 Booth 1425 info@thesurgicalroom.ca

Sable Industries Inc. www.sableindustriesinc.com (519) 579-9323 Booth 1144 bhough@sableindustriesinc.com

R & D Impex www.dentmark.com 9.18872E+11 Booth 1945 rajesh@dentmark.com

Safari Dental Inc. www.safaridental.com (450) 433-5754 Booth 1503 sales@safaridental.com

Raymond James/ White Smile Wealth Management www.whitesmilewealthmanagement.com (403) 221-0431 Booth 1836 pierre.fournier@raymondjames.ca

SciCan Ltd. www.scican.com (416) 446-2738 Booths 1029, 1031 aearnshaw@scican.com

NuSmile www.nusmilecrowns.com (800) 346-5133 Booth 1402 info@nusmilecrowns.com Ocean Ceramics Ltd. www.oceanceramics.com (604) 777-1337 Booth 202 team.oc@oceanceramics.com

Planmeca USA, Inc. www.planmecausa.com (630) 529-2300 Booth 119 sales@Planmecausa.com Posture Perfect Solutions Ltd. www.evolutionchair.com (604) 985-0634 Booth 1944 evolutionchair@shaw.ca

Ocean Pacific Med Tec Ltd. www.ocean-pacific.ca (604) 980-6500 Booth 245 sales@ocean-pacific.ca

Precision Dental Handpiece & Supplies Inc. www.precisiondental.ca (866) 729-9229 Booth 55 rob@precisiondental.ca

Ontario Dental Association ASM www.oda.ca/asm-home (416) 922-3900 Booth 1725 ASMinfo@oda.ca

Premier Dental (Canada) www.premusa.com (905) 713-0302 Booth 1418 dgrassie@premusa.com

Oral Oncology BC Cancer Agency www.orcanet.ca (604) 675-8077 Booth 1651 keliu@bccrc.ca

Premium Dental Laboratories Ltd. www.premiumlab.com (604) 294-2881 Booths 1142, 1443 prem2@telus.net

Oral Science www.oralscience.com (888) 442-7070 Booth 1235 info@oralscience.com

Pro One Uniforms www.prooneuniforms.com (604) 468-9903 Booth 955 info@prooneuniforms.com

Orascoptic www.orascoptic.com (800) 369-3698 Booth 1108 katie.evenson@oroscoptic.com

Professional Practice Sales Ltd. www.ppsales.com (604) 913-7717 Booth 151 mike.suffield@ppsales.com

Orbit Imaging Centres www.orbitimaging.com (604) 879-9449 Booth 99 cquesnel@orbitimaging.com Orthodontic Supply of Canada Inc. www.orthosupply.ca (506) 462-0308 Booth 1252 april@orthosupply.ca Pacific Blue Cross www.pac.bluecross.ca (604) 419-2000 Booth 1344 Pacific Training Institute for Facial Aesthetics www.ptifa.com (604) 681-0066 Booth 1837 Carly@ptifa.com Paradise Dental Technologies www.pdtdental.com (800) 240-9895 Booth 1305 wendypdt@yahoo.com

RBC Dominion Securities www.teresadickson.com (877) 695-6635 Booth 1053 teresa.dickson@rbc.com RBC Royal Bank www.rbc.com (604) 665-0581 Booth 1604 shemin.virani@rbc.com Rejuvenate Network www.rejuvenatenetwork.com (888) 745-1434 Booth 1820 info@rejuvenatenetwork.com

Renaissance Cosmetic Arts Dental Lab. www.rcalab.com (604) 980-0100 Booth 243 rcalab@hotmail.com Professional Sales Associates, Inc. www.profsales.com RGP Dental, Inc. (330) 299-7343 Booth 909 www.rgpergo.com pam@profsales.com (401) 254-9695 Booth 203 dj@rgpdental.com ProNorth Solutions Inc. www.pronorthsolutions.ca (604) 787-5185 Booth 1635 rhorne@pronorthsolutions.ca ProSites, Inc. www.prosites.com (888) 932-3644 info@prosites.com

Booth 1520

Protec Dental Laboratories Ltd. www.protecdental.com (604) 873-8000 Booths 1243, 1245 info@protecdental.com Proto3000 www.proto3000.com (905) 738-1779 Booth 1151 info@proto3000.com

Rogers OutRank www.rogersoutrank.com (416) 764-3509 Booth 1720 dpinnock@rogersoutrank.com

ROI Corporation www.roicorp.com (604) 220-2396 Booth 1523 marcia@roicorp.com; mary@roicorp.com Rose Micro Solutions www.rosemicrosolutions.com (716) 608-0009 Booths 1346, 1724 mark@rosemicrosolutions.com Ross Healthcare Inc. www.rosshc.org (604) 521-6626 x1 Booth 1521 marc@rosshealthcare.org

Scotiabank www.scotiabank.com (604) 619-4699 Booth 819 shaun.east@scotiabank.com Scrub Depot www.scrubdepot.ca (778) 889-2000 Booth 1354 scrubdepotcanada@gmail.com SD Select www.staffdirect.ca (604) 985-6368 Booth 1622 jmkralovic@gmail.com SDI (North America) Inc. www.sdi.com.au (630) 361-9211 Booth 951 megan.janz@sdi.com.au Septodont www.septodont.ca (519) 623-0506

Booth 1223

SheerVision www.sheervision.com (310) 265-8918 Booth 1546 myra@sheervision.com Shofu Dental Corporation www.shofu.com (800) 827-4638 Booth 1303 customer-service@shofu.com Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. www.sinclairdental.com (604) 982-1040 Booth 729 snowtash@sinclairdental.com Sirona Dental Systems GmbH www.sirona.com 29345.6875 Booths 503, 1329 contact@sirona.com SmartWeb Canada www.smartwebcanada.com (778) 996-3232 Booth 1834 info@smartwebcanada.com

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Exhibitor Listings

Nobel Biocare Canada Inc. www.nobelbiocare.com (800) 939-9394 Booth 129 info.canada@nobelbiocare.com


Exhibitor Listings Smile Restoration Dental Lab www.srdentallab.com (604) 541-0107 Booth 1322 srdl2112@gmail.com Snap On Optics www.snaponoptics.com (602) 272-0827 Booth 1202 raysnaponoptics@gmail.com

Exhibitor Listings

Solutionreach www.solutionreach.com (866) 605-6867 Booth 1103 sales@solutionreach.com Sowingo.com Corp. www.sowingo.com (888) 997-3133 Booth 1105 arun@sowingo.com SS White www.sswhitedental.com (732) 905-1100 Booth 1928 info@sswhitedental.com Strathcona Community Dental Clinic www.strathcona-health.ca (604) 713-5851 Booth 1453 strathconahealth@vsb.bc.ca Straumann www.straumann.ca (800) 363-4024 Booth 443 info.can@straumann.com Sultan Chemists, Inc. www.sultanhealthcare.com (201) 871-1232 Booth 1408 tanya.crawford@sultanhc.com Sunstar Canada www.GUMBrand.com (519) 341-3318 Booth 309 lynn.mcpherson@ca.sunstar.com Supermax Healthcare Canada Inc. www.supermaxcanada.com (450) 926 2828 Booth 1203 sbergeron@supermaxcanada.com Supremed Instruments www.supremed.ca (289) 801-1812 Booth 455 supremedinfo@gmail.com Sure Dental www.suredental.com (888) 277-2335 Booth 1547 info@suredental.com Surgically Clean Air www.surgicallycleanair.com (877) 440-7770 x702 Booth 56 doug@surgicallycleanair.com Swell Private Wealth www.swellwealth.com (403) 487-0490 Booth 1943 steve@swellwealth.com Synca Marketing Inc. www.synca.com (800) 667-9622 Booths 1318, 1319

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TD Canada Trust www.tdcanadatrust.com/ smallbusiness/professionals.jsp (416) 308-5636 Booth 1519 david.shilton@td.com Thommen Medical Canada Inc. www.thommenmedical.com (877) 242-6012 Booth 1255 vivian.scheurich@thommenmedical.com Thompson Rivers University www.tru.ca (250) 852-6852 Booth 1154 dpoirier@tru.ca Transitions Group North America www.transitionsonline.com (800) 345-5157 x229 Booth 1352 mmcglynn@tcgdds.com

Your banking should be as personalized as your patient care.

Specialized banking advice for your practice.

Treasure Tower Rewards Canada Ltd. www.ttwcanada.com (877) 889-5439 x87 Booth 1844 ginny@ttwcanada.com TriHawk Inc. www.trihawk.com (866) 543-4500 Booth 953 dentalinfo@trihawk.com UBC Faculty of Dentistry, Continuing Dental Education www.dentistry.ubc.ca (604) 822-6751 Booth 1735 cde@dentistry.ubc.ca Ultimate Creations, Inc. www.InfiniteAloe.com (323) 906-2880 x103 Booths 105, 1608 chrissie@ultcreate.com Ultralight Optics www.ultralightoptics.com (323) 316-4514 Booths 650, 1543 customerservice@ultralightoptics.com UniNature Dental Enterprise (BC) Inc. www.uninaturedental.com (604) 270-8911 Booth 652 info@uninaturedental.com Unique Dental Supply Inc. www.udscanada.com (905) 532-0554 Booth 1623 accounting@udscanada.com Univet Optical Technologies North America Inc. www.univet.it (647) 201-4434 Booth 1531 atif.sarfraz@univet-optic.com

Matthew O’Brien Regional Manager Professional Banking Pacific Region 604-376-1205 matthew.o’brien@td.com

Your expert advice helps your patients stay healthy. TD Business Banking Specialists work with you to help keep your business just as healthy with product expertise and specialized banking advice.

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The TD logo and other trade-marks are the property of The Toronto-Dominion Bank.

®® The TD logo and other trade-marks are the property of The Toronto-Dominion Bank.

M05232 - MOD (1214) M0532 - MOD (1214)

Varndell Professional Leasing www.john-vpl.com (403) 272-7424 Booth 250 john.vpl@shaw.ca

Xlear Inc. www.xlear.com (801) 492-2051 trent@xlear.com

VOCO Canada, Inc. www.voco.com (888) 658-2584 Booth 1335 info@voco.com

Young Living Essential Oils www.youngliving.com/en_CA (250) 253-8558 Booth 256 tett71@hotmail.com

Waterpik Canada www.waterpik.com (800) 525-2020 Booth 1043 kwalters@waterpik.com

Zimmer Biomet www.zimmerdental.com (905) 567-2073 x52374 Booth 851 joyce.haddad@zimmerbiomet.com

Western Handpiece Repair Ltd. www.westernhandpiece.ca (778) 433-5320 Booth 1522 westernhandpiece@gmail.com

Zoll www.zoll.com (905) 334-5320 scondie@zoll.com

Western Society of Periodontology www.wsperio.org (813) 444-1014 Booth 1555 Valuemed Professional Products Ltd. tgoldman@wsperio.org www.valuemed.ca Wisniewski Personalized Wealth (780) 454-1899 x202 Booth 1936 Solutions at Investors Group chrisjohnson@valuemed.ca www.investorsgroup.com/en/ simon.wisniewski/home Vancouver and District (604) 682-5431 x4225 Booth 1313 Dental Society simon.wisniewski@investorsgroup.com www.vdds.com (604) 461-4171 Booth 1451 robyn@vdds.com

Booth 157

Booth 1935


Exhibitor Products Adhesives and Composites

Aesthetic Products

Aseptico Bisco Dental Products Canada Inc. DenMat GC America Inc. Germiphene Corporation Henry Schein Heraeus Kulzer Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc. J. Morita USA, Inc. Medical Mart Merganzer Health Ltd. MicroDental Laboratories at Vancouver Oral Science Pacific Training Institute for Facial Aesthetics Patterson Dental Pulpdent Corporation SDI (North America) Inc. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Synca Marketing Inc. Ultimate Creations, Inc. UniNature Dental Enterprise (BC) Inc. Valuemed Professional Products Ltd.

Anaesthetic and Pain Control Aseptico Beutlich Pharmaceuticals, LLC Carestream Dental Executive Dental Supply Ltd. HANSAmed Limited Henry Schein J. Morita USA, Inc. Medical Mart Oral Science Pacific Training Institute for Facial Aesthetics Patterson Dental Professional Sales Associates, Inc. Septodont Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Sultan Chemists, Inc. Valuemed Professional Products Ltd.

Associations and Not for Profit

AboutFace BC Oral Cancer Prevention Program BC Lung Association’s QuitNow Services British Columbia Dental Association British Columbia Dental Hygienists Association Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry Canadian Dental Assistants’ Association Canadian Dental Association Canadian Dental Hygienists Association Certified Dental Assistants of BC College of Dental Hygienists of BC College of Dental Surgeons of BC College of Dental Technicians of BC College of Denturists of BC Dental Industry Association of Canada Dental Technicians Association of BC Denturist Association of BC FDI - World Dental Federation Journees dentaires internationales du Quebec ICD - International College of Dentists Ontario Dental Association ASM Oral Oncology BC Cancer Agenc Royal Canadian Dental Corp Strathcona Community Dental Clinic Vancouver and District Dental Society Western Society of Periodontology

Business Support Products Appreciado ClearDent Lighthouse 360 Rejuvenate Network ROI Corporation Solutionreach Sowingo.com Corp.

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Exhibitor Products

3M ESPE Dental Products Bisco Dental Products Canada Inc. Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services DenMat DMG Canada Inc. GC America Inc. GluStitch Inc. Henry Schein Heraeus Kulzer Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc. J. Morita USA, Inc. Kerr Corporation Kuraray America Medical Mart NuSmile Patterson Dental Pulpdent Corporation SDI (North America) Inc. Septodont Shofu Dental Corporation Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Sure Dental Synca Marketing Inc. Valuemed Professional Products Ltd. VOCO Canada, Inc.

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Computers and Software

3Shape ABELDent Inc. ACTEON North America ClearDent ConfirmByEmail Dental R.A.T. EasyMarkit Executive Dental Supply Ltd. Forbes IT Solutions Ltd. Henry Schein iNetTechnologies Inc. Inliant Dental Technologies Lighthouse 360 Maxident Dental Software Professional Sales Associates, Inc. ProSites, Inc. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Sirona Dental Systems GmbH SmartWeb Canada Solutionreach Sowingo.com Corp.

Consulting and Transition Services

Al Heaps & Associates Inc. EasyMarkit NextLevel Practice Professional Practice Sales Ltd. Purtzki & Associates RBC Dominion Securities ROI Corporation Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Transitions Group North America

Crown and Bridge, Denture and other Prosthodontic Products 3M ESPE Dental Products Accen Dental Align Technology Allstar Dental Laboratories Aurum Group ClearCorrect DenMat

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Exhibitor Products

Exhibitor Products

Dental Education (continued)

Inliant Dental Technologies Kennedy Professional Seminars Millennium Dental Technologies, Inc. MIS Implants NextLevel Practice Ocean Ceramics Ltd. Oral Science Pacific Training Institute for Facial Aesthetics Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Straumann UBC Faculty of Dentistry, Continuing Dental Education UniNature Dental Enterprise (BC) Inc. Western Society of Periodontology

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Crown and Bridge, Denture and other Prosthodontic Products (continued)

DMG Canada Inc. Doxa Dental GC America Inc. Golden Dental Solutions Henry Schein Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc. J. Morita USA, Inc. Master Dental Solution Ltd. Merganzer Health Ltd. MicroDental Laboratories at Vancouver Patterson Dental Precision Dental Handpiece & Supplies Inc. Proto3000 Renaissance Cosmetic Arts Dental Lab. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Sirona Dental Systems GmbH Smile Restoration Dental Lab Straumann Sultan Chemists, Inc. Sure Dental Synca Marketing Inc. TriHawk Inc. UniNature Dental Enterprise (BC) Inc. Valuemed Professional Products Ltd. VOCO Canada, Inc.

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Dental Cabinetry

A-dec, Inc. Belmont/Takara Company Canada Ltd. DentalEZ Executive Dental Supply Ltd. Henry Schein Medical Mart Midmark Corporation Patterson Dental Pelton & Crane Planmeca USA, Inc. Professional Sales Associates, Inc. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Sirona Dental Systems GmbH

Dental Education

A B Implants - Canada Align Technology Aurum Group ClearCorrect Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services DenMat Executive Dental Supply Ltd. First Edition First Aid Training Inc. HANSAmed Limited Henry Schein Heraeus Kulzer

Dental Equipment and Chairs A-dec, Inc. ACTEON North America Aseptico BaseVac Dental Belmont/Takara Company Canada Ltd. Beyes Canada BIOLASE BQ Ergonomics DentalEZ Dental R.A.T. DiaDent Group International Executive Dental Supply Ltd. First Edition First Aid Training Inc. Henry Schein J. Morita USA, Inc. Medical Mart Midmark Corporation National Dental Inc. National Massage Chairs Orascoptic Patterson Dental Pelton & Crane Planmeca USA, Inc. Posture Perfect Solutions Ltd. Precision Dental Handpiece & Supplies Inc. Professional Sales Associates, Inc. R & D Impex RGP Dental, Inc. Sable Industries Inc. Safari Dental Inc. SciCan Ltd. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Sirona Dental Systems GmbH Surgically Clean Air Unique Dental Supply Inc.

Dental Equipment Repairs

Belmont/Takara Company Canada Ltd. Dental Savings Club Dental USA Executive Dental Supply Ltd. Henry Schein MCS Handpiece Ltd.

Dental Equipment Repairs (continued)

Medical Mart Patterson Dental Precision Dental Handpiece & Supplies Inc. R & D Impex Sable Industries Inc. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Treasure Tower Rewards Canada Ltd. Western Handpiece Repair Ltd.

Dental Instruments

A B Implants - Canada A-dec, Inc. American Eagle Instruments, Inc. Beyes Canada BioHorizons Canada Blue & Green Inc. Brasseler Canada D-Sharp Dental Dental Canada INSTRUMENTATION Dental Savings Club Dental USA DentalEZ Dentalree.com Embrosin Medical Technologies Inc. Executive Dental Supply Ltd. Garrison Dental Solutions Germiphene Corporation Golden Dental Solutions Henry Schein Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. Inliant Dental Technologies KaVo Dental MCS Handpiece Ltd. Medical Mart Millennium Dental Technologies, Inc. MIS Implants Modern Precison Dental Instruments Co., Ltd. National Dental Inc. NSK Dental LLC Paradise Dental Technologies Patterson Dental Precision Dental Handpiece & Supplies Inc. Premier Dental (Canada) ProNorth Solutions Inc. Pulpdent Corporation Q-Optics R & D Impex Rose Micro Solutions Rx Honing (Sharpening) Machine SciCan Ltd. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Sirona Dental Systems GmbH Supremed Instruments TriHawk Inc. Unique Dental Supply Inc. Valuemed Professional Products Ltd.


Exhibitor Products Dental Laboratories

Dental Supplies

Accen Dental Align Technology Aurum Group Beutlich Pharmaceuticals, LLC Beyes Canada BioHorizons Canada BIOMED DISPOSE-IT Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services Colgate Dental Savings Club Dentsply Canada Limited DiaDent Group International Drink E-Z Products Inc. Executive Dental Supply Ltd. First Edition First Aid Training Inc. Germiphene Corporation HANSAmed Limited Henry Schein Heraeus Kulzer Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. J. Morita USA, Inc. maxill inc. Medical Mart Medicom Inc.

Dental Supplies (continued)

Meta Biomed Inc. Microcopy Millennium Dental Technologies, Inc. Ocean Pacific Med Tec Ltd. Patterson Dental Precision Dental Handpiece & Supplies Inc. Premier Dental (Canada) ProNorth Solutions Inc. Pulpdent Corporation R & D Impex Ross Healthcare Inc. Sable Industries Inc. SciCan Ltd. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Sowingo.com Corp. Sunstar Canada Supermax Healthcare Canada Inc. Sure Dental Synca Marketing Inc. Treasure Tower Rewards Canada Ltd. TriHawk Inc. Unique Dental Supply Inc. Valuemed Professional Products Ltd. Waterpik Canada

Endodontic Supplies

ACTEON North America Bisco Dental Products Canada Inc. Brasseler Canada Centrix, Inc. Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services Coltene Inc. DenMat Dentsply Tulsa Dental Specialties DiaDent Group International Drink E-Z Products Inc. Endo/Tech Executive Dental Supply Ltd. Henry Schein Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. J. Morita USA, Inc. Kerr Corporation Meta Biomed Inc. Patterson Dental Precision Dental Handpiece & Supplies Inc. Premier Dental (Canada) Pulpdent Corporation Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. TriHawk Inc. Valuemed Professional Products Ltd.

Financial Services

BMO Bank of Montreal CDSPI Chase Paymentech CIBC Hayat Shahi & CO Chartered Proferssional Accountant Henry Schein iFinance Dentalcard JR Financial MediCapital Inc. MNP LLP National Leasing Healthcare Financing Patterson Dental Provision Accounting Group Purtzki & Associates Raymond James/ White Smile Wealth Management RBC Dominion Securities RBC Royal Bank Royal Crown Precious Metals Ltd. Scotiabank Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Swell Private Wealth TD Canada Trust Varndell Professional Leasing Wisniewski Personalized Wealth Solutions at Investors Group

Exhibitor Products

3M ESPE Dental Products Align Technology Allstar Dental Laboratories Aurum Group BAVO The Dentists’ Laboratory ClearCorrect DenMat Dentalree.com Henry Schein Magellan Dental Arts Master Dental Solution Ltd. MicroDental Laboratories at Vancouver Ocean Ceramics Ltd. Pelton & Crane Precision Dental Handpiece & Supplies Inc. Premium Dental Laboratories Ltd. Protec Dental Laboratories Ltd. Proto3000 R & D Impex Renaissance Cosmetic Arts Dental Lab. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Sirona Dental Systems GmbH Smile Restoration Dental Lab Synca Marketing Inc. UniNature Dental Enterprise (BC) Inc. Valuemed Professional Products Ltd.

Diamonds, Burs, and Polishing

Aurum Group Blue & Green Inc. Brasseler Canada Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services Coltene Inc. Dental Savings Club DentalEZ Dentalree.com Executive Dental Supply Ltd. Golden Dental Solutions Henry Schein Medical Mart Merganzer Health Ltd. Microcopy Patterson Dental Precision Dental Handpiece & Supplies Inc. Premier Dental (Canada) Professional Sales Associates, Inc. R & D Impex Shofu Dental Corporation Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. SS White TriHawk Inc. Valuemed Professional Products Ltd.

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Exhibitor Products

Exhibitor Products

Implantology and Restorative Attachments

A B Implants - Canada Accen Dental Aseptico Aurum Group BioHorizons Canada Blue & Green Inc. Citagenix Inc. Dental USA Dentalree.com Executive Dental Supply Ltd. Golden Dental Solutions GluStitch Inc. Hiossen Implant Canada Inc. Implant Direct International Inliant Dental Technologies J. Morita USA, Inc. KERATOR (Daekwang IDM) MIS Implants Nobel Biocare Canada Inc. Precision Dental Handpiece & Supplies Inc. Q-Optics Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Straumann Thommen Medical Canada Inc. UniNature Dental Enterprise (BC) Inc. Zimmer Biomet

Infection Control Products

3M ESPE Dental Products Colgate Dental R.A.T. Drink E-Z Products Inc. Executive Dental Supply Ltd. GC America Inc. Germiphene Corporation HANSAmed Limited Hedy Canada Henry Schein Heraeus Kulzer Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. J. Morita USA, Inc. Kerr Corporation maxill inc. Medical Mart Medicom Inc. Micrylium Laboratories Ocean Pacific Med Tec Ltd. Patterson Dental ProNorth Solutions Inc. Sable Industries Inc. SciCan Ltd. Septodont Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Sultan Chemists, Inc. Supermax Healthcare Canada Inc. Surgically Clean Air Treasure Tower Rewards Canada Ltd. Unique Dental Supply Inc. Valuemed Professional Products Ltd.

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Office Design

BQ Ergonomics David Mitchell General Contractor Executive Dental Supply Ltd. Gibraltar Holdings Ltd. & Terian Ventures Ltd. Henry Schein Patterson Dental Pelton & Crane Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd.

Office Supplies

BIOMED DISPOSE-IT Henry Schein Patterson Dental Professional Sales Associates, Inc. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Solutionreach

Other

3Shape AboutFace Alignmed BC Functional Apparel Aseptico Attridge Dental Real Estate Autoclave Testing Service BIOLASE Canadian Dental Staffing Creston Valley, B.C. D-Sharp Dental deserve fine jewelry DEXIS Digital Doc, LLC DPAP Counselling East Side Dental Clinic FIRMA Energywear First Edition First Aid Training Inc. Gendex Dental Systems HANSAmed Limited i-CAT Isolite Systems KaVo Dental Kavo Kerr Group Keystone Dental Kindness in Action Larr Sales Inc. LED Dental Lips Inc. M.A.R.S Bio-Med Processes Inc. Main Street Hub Miele Limited Millennium Dental Technologies, Inc. National Massage Chairs NuSmile Orascoptic Orthodontic Supply of Canada Inc. Pacific Blue Cross Philips Sonicare Precision Dental Handpiece & Supplies Inc. Professional Practice Sales Ltd. ProSites, Inc.

Other (continued)

Proto3000 Rejuvenate Network RGP Dental, Inc. Rogers OutRank Rx Honing (Sharpening) Machine SD Select Snap On Optics Strathcona Community Dental Clinic Thompson Rivers University Ultimate Creations, Inc. Ultralight Optics Young Living Essential Oils Zol

Pharmaceuticals and Therapeutics

Allerject Beutlich Pharmaceuticals, LLC Colgate GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare Johnson & Johnson Inc. Oral Science Ross Healthcare Inc. Septodont Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Sultan Chemists, Inc. Valuemed Professional Products Ltd. Xlear Inc. Young Living Essential Oils

Precious Metal Purchaser Argen Canada Can - Am Gold Garfield Refining Company Royal Crown Precious Metals Ltd.

Preventive Dental Products 3M ESPE Dental Products Beutlich Pharmaceuticals, LLC Centrix, Inc. Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services Colgate Crest Oral-B DenMat DMG Canada Inc. Drink E-Z Products Inc. GC America Inc. Germiphene Corporation HANSAmed Limited

Preventive Dental Products (continued)

Henry Schein Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc. Kuraray America maxill inc. Medicom Inc. Merganzer Health Ltd. National Dental Inc. Oral Science Patterson Dental Philips Sonicare Premier Dental (Canada) Pulpdent Corporation Ross Healthcare Inc. SDI (North America) Inc. Septodont Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Sunstar Canada TriHawk Inc. Valuemed Professional Products Ltd. VOCO Canada, Inc. Waterpik Canada Xlear Inc.

Publishers

Dental Tribune America, LLC Login Canada Western Society of Periodontology

Radiography Supplies and Services

ACTEON North America Belmont/Takara Company Canada Ltd. Carestream Dental Dental Savings Club DEXIS Executive Dental Supply Ltd. Gendex Dental Systems Henry Schein Heraeus Kulzer Instrumentarium Microcopy National Dosimetry Services Orbit Imaging Centres Patterson Dental Planmeca USA, Inc. Professional Sales Associates, Inc. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Sirona Dental Systems GmbH


Exhibitor Products Restorative Materials

Telescopes, Microscopes and Lights 3M ESPE Dental Products Carl Zeiss Canada Ltd. DenMat Designs for Vision, Inc. Executive Dental Supply Ltd. Henry Schein LED Dental LumaDent, Inc. Medical Mart MS Meditech Solutions Inc. Oral Science Orascoptic Patterson Dental Q-Optics R & D Impex Rose Micro Solutions SheerVision Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Snap On Optics Synca Marketing Inc. Ultralight Optics Unique Dental Supply Inc. Univet Optical Technologies North America Inc.

Notes

Exhibitor Products

3M ESPE Dental Products Align Technology BioHorizons Canada Bisco Dental Products Canada Inc. Blue & Green Inc. Centrix, Inc. Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services Coltene Inc. DenMat DMG Canada Inc. Garrison Dental Solutions GC America Inc. HANSAmed Limited Henry Schein Heraeus Kulzer Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc. J. Morita USA, Inc. Kuraray America Meta Biomed Inc. NuSmile Patterson Dental Premier Dental (Canada) Pulpdent Corporation SDI (North America) Inc. Septodont Shofu Dental Corporation Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Sultan Chemists, Inc. Sure Dental Synca Marketing Inc. Valuemed Professional Products Ltd. VOCO Canada, Inc. Waterpik Canada

Uniforms

Blue & Green Inc. Carolyn Design Everything Uniforms Executive Dental Supply Ltd. FIRMA Energywear GLO Apparel Mimountino Designs Ltd. nu apparel Patterson Dental Pro One Uniforms Scrub Depot Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd.

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