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Pacific Dental Conference March 9-11, 2017

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Vancouver Convention Centre – West and East Buildings

Conference Program

Registration at... www.pdconf.com


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Conference Welcome

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Conference Welcome

Welcome to the 2017 Pacific Dental Conference We are very pleased to welcome everyone to the 2017 Pacific Dental Conference! A great three day program awaits you all!! We are excited to present the first PDC Lab Expo for all attendees on Saturday, March 11th. The Lab Expo will be home to the new Showcase Stage featuring presentations from some of our exhibitors. Also for the first time we will be serving lunch to all attendees of the PDC and the PDC Lab Expo on Saturday. This will happening from 11:30 – 12:30pm in the PDC Lab Expo, Ballroom A/B. We have 135 speakers presenting this year on a varied and dynamic range of topics and we are happy to provide you with the widest selection of quality continuing education programming in Canada. This year we have speakers joining us from across North America, the United Kingdom and Asia. The 2017 PDC presenters are looking forward to sharing their knowledge with you and your entire dental team. The PDC Exhibit Hall is the place to be! The ever expanding PDC Exhibit Hall is a thriving centre of activity over the first two days of the conference with close to 292 exhibitors occupying 662 booths - our biggest tradeshow ever! Drop by and visit 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. In addition to the Live Dentistry Stage, with exceptional live demonstrations planned over the two days, we have the return of the Product Stage to the exhibit hall floor. Here you will see one hour demonstrations showcasing new or unique products on the market – stop by and take a look! This year booths of organizations that support dental professionals have been moved to Level 1 to the right of the registration area – make sure to stop by and say hello. The popular “So You Think You Can Speak?” series is back for the eighth year. We have a record number of sessions lined up for this Saturday program. Please come by to learn from these new speakers who are presenting a number of interesting topics throughout the day. Join us for ‘Corks‘n’Kegs’, our Thursday night social event, on March 9, where we will taste wines from Chile and Argentina and beers from Phillips Brewing, a BC craft beer specialist. This is a perfect opportunity to catch up with friends and colleagues while unwinding after our busy opening day! And finally, be sure to stay up to date and informed by downloading the 2017 PDC App, connect with us on Twitter (@pdconf, #2017PDC) and show us your best PDC photos on Instagram (@pdconf)!

2017 Organizing Group Bruce Ward, DDS Director Nazeem Kanani, DDS Ray Fong, DDS Tony Bae, DMD, BASc. Exhibit Coordinators K. Tony Gill, DMD David Lim, DMD Peter Kearney, DDS Mark Spurr, DDS Scientific Program Coordinators Penny Hatzimanolakis, RDH, BDSc, MSc BC Dental Hygienists’ Association Trista Felty, DMD, BSc., MSc Associate Member

Pacific Dental Conference Staff Shannon Brown Zoie Jansen Robyn Campbell Ken Chan Dave Hawthorne Ania Jakobs

We thank you for joining us – we promise you an inspiring three days - learn, socialize, enjoy!

Bruce Ward Director, PDC

Robert Staschuk President, BCDA

Chelsie Trask-Soltesz President, CDABC

Tammy Gulevich Chair, BCDHA

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Contents

Contents

Welcome from Pacific Dental Conference.......................................................................................... 3 Contents............................................................................................................................................. 5 General Information............................................................................................................................ 6 Registration/Hotels/Parking................................................................................................................ 7 Continuing Education Information – Reporting your CE................................................................ 8 - 9 Meeting Room Capacity Protocol .................................................................................................... 10 Navigating the West and East Convention Centres .........................................................................11 The PDC Mobile App................................................................................................................. 12 - 13 Live Dentistry Stage............................................................................................................. 14, 50, 66 Product Stage ...................................................................................................................... 15, 51, 67 Lunches / Alumni Meetings .............................................................................................................. 16 Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry Annual Meeting.....................................................................17 Social Events.................................................................................................................................... 18 Recommended Sessions for New Dentists ..................................................................................... 19 Alphabetical Index of Speakers................................................................................................. 21 - 24 Topic Index of Sessions and Speakers...................................................................................... 25 - 37 Hands-On Courses (Limited Attendance) ....................................................................................... 39 - 49 Invisalign Courses (Limited Attendance)................................................................................................. 47 Thursday Open Sessions.......................................................................................................... 50 - 65 Friday Open Sessions............................................................................................................... 66 - 82 Robert Hicks Memorial Lecture........................................................................................................ 68 Dental Specialists Society of BC Series .................................................................................... 72, 77 Saturday Open Sessions........................................................................................................... 84 - 93 So You Think You Can Speak? Series 8................................................................................... 89 - 93 PDC Lab Expo .......................................................................................................................... 94 - 98 Dental Technicians Association of BC – Sessions................................................................... 99 - 101 Exhibit Hall Floor Plan........................................................................................................... 102 - 103 Level 1 Exhibits Floor Plan............................................................................................................. 104 Exhibitor Listings................................................................................................................... 105 - 109 Exhibitor Products..................................................................................................................110 - 114

Sessions are at the following venues:

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

The Pacific Dental Conference wishes to thank CDSPI for their sponsorship of the attendee bags and Patterson Dental for their sponsorship of the attendee lanyards

Visit us at booth 819

Visit us at booth 419

Bag Pick-Up and Lanyards in the West Building will be from 2:00pm on Wed., March 8th until 1:30pm Sat., March 11th. Bag Pick-Up and Lanyards in the East Building will be from 7:30am on Thurs., March 9th until 1:30pm on Fri., March 10th. (see location maps page 11)

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

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General Information Conference Venues

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

General Information

Registration Area

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

Lunch

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

Exhibit Hall Reception

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

Session Information

Open sessions are available to all registered conference attendees with the exception of the Exhibits Only category. No additional fee is charged for these sessions. Hands-On courses 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, February 24 2017 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 electronic devices prior to entering any of the sessions.

Attire

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

Coffee Breaks

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

Child Care Policy

Children and infants are not permitted in any of the conference session rooms. Only children twelve years and over are allowed in the Exhibit Hall and must have a paid ‘Exhibits Only’ badge. Disruptive behaviour will result in the revocation of attendance privileges. Infants are permitted in the Exhibit Hall in a ‘snugglie’ only and strollers are strictly prohibited. The conference venues do not provide daycare, please check with your hotel concierge for these services.

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Disclaimer

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

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


Registration, Hotels, Parking Conference Name Badge

Registration Information

An official name badge is required for entry into all courses and the Exhibit Hall. All registration information is encoded in the barcode on the name badge. Registration information includes all open sessions as well as admission to the Exhibit Hall, lunch* on Thursday and Friday, and beverages* at the trade show receptions.

Reprinted Name Badges

If you note any spelling errors on the name badge when you receive your 2017 badge, contact the Pacific Dental Conference. Badges returned to the office before February 24, 2017 will be reprinted at no charge. After February 24, 2017, badges with spelling errors will be reprinted on-site for a $15 charge. The incorrect badge must be exchanged for a new badge. If the original badge is not returned, there will be a $35 charge to reprint the badge.

Refund Policy

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Attendee Substitution

Wednesday, March 8, 2017 On-site Registration Bag Pick-up begins (West Building)

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

Thursday, March 9, 2017 On-site Registration & Bag Pick-up Scientific Program Exhibit Hall

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

Friday, March 10, 2017 On-site Registration & Bag Pick-up Scientific Program Exhibit Hall

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

Saturday, March 11, 2017 On-site Registration & Bag Pick-up Scientific Program Invisalign Fundamentals Invisalign Intermediate DTABC On-site Registration (West Building) PDC Lab Expo (West Building)

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Refund requests received in writing prior to February 3, 2017, are subject to a $25 administration fee plus GST. After February 3, 2017, no refunds will be granted.

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If someone from your office is unable to attend, you are able to replace one attendee for another. In order to do this the PDC office will require the substitution in writing and the original badge prior to February 17, 2017 and will be subject to a $25 admin fee. Name changes are not permitted on-site.

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

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Continuing Education - Reporting Your CE

Continuing Education / Reporting Your CE All attendees will be scanned IN to each session. Only attendees requiring a scan for CE reporting will be scanned OUT.

Reporting Your CE in British Columbia

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

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

Dentists, Dental Therapists and CDAs: Submit your PDC CE credits online by visiting www.cdsbc.org and logging in with your registration/certification number and password. You can also print and complete an individual CE credit submission form (available at www.cdsbc.org/ce-submission) and email it to CE@cdsbc.org. CDSBC reminds registrants to be aware of the maximum limits allowed for certain subjects. Please see the College’s Continuing Education Requirements document for complete information. Note: You must attend the conference to be able to receive credits. Some sessions may not be eligible for CE. This final Conference Program indicates which courses have been approved by CDSBC, to be eligible for CE credit by the following symbols: Legend for Continuing Education Credits for CDSBC CL Clinical Dental PM Dental Practice Management NC Non-Clinical Dental

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BC Dental Hygienists may claim up to 2 credits for visiting booths/displays at the 2017 Pacific Dental Conference, and in addition may claim hour-for-hour credit for individually attended courses. More information can be found on the College of Dental Hygienists of BC website: www.cdhbc.com Each session with dental hygiene-related content has been coded for BC dental hygienists to assist them in choosing courses that will meet their QAP learning goals. Please refer to the list of QAP content categories below to assist you in determining which content categories are represented by the letter-number codes next to each course (e.g. D.3). A content category may contain more than one element (e.g. D.3: Instrumentation, ergonomics and DH therapy) so you are responsible for selecting which elements are reflected in the course you attend. It is important to note that these coding suggestions were based on the limited information provided within the course outlines and are suggestions only. CDHBC registrants are responsible for determining which content codes and their respective elements are represented in the courses they attend. Courses marked ‘N/A’ indicate that a specific QAP content category has not been assigned for this course and CDHBC registrants must use their professional discretion in determining whether the course is eligible for CE credit. Legend for QAP Content Category Codes for CDHBC A

Biological Sciences 1. General and oral microbiology/ infection control 2. Biochemistry/ nutrition/ diet counseling

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

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

Reporting Your CE in British Columbia (continued)

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

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

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

Attendees with Green dots on their badge will need to be scanned out. For those attendees that require session scans for CE reports, please ensure that you are scanned in and scanned out of each session. Registrants should consult with their regulatory authorities for CE credit requirements prior to attending the conference. It is the responsibility of each individual requiring a conference CE report to be scanned in and out of every session to ensure accurate reporting for CE credits. For those attendees who scan, individual CE attendance reports can be downloaded from the PDC website after the conference. Reports of attendance will be forwarded to the Alberta Dental Association and College. Some courses may not be eligible for credit. Some sessions may not be eligible for CE. This final Conference Program indicates which courses have been approved by ADA&C to be eligible for CE credit by the following symbols: Legend for ADA&C Y Yes NE Not Eligible

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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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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The PDC Mobile App

The PDC Mobile App

Features of the 2017 App Guide When you download the App you can take a quick trip through the guide to see what’s new and improved!

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Wayfinder You can navigate from one booth to the next on the Exhibit Hall floor.

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REVISION 7 (September 20, 2016)

BOOTH ASSIGNMENT

Not Available

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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 9 9:00am–10:45am

ARC – Dermal Graft vs Connective Tissue Grafts For Root Coverage Sonia Leziy, DDS, BSc Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants

CE Approval CDSBC CL

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Co-sponsored by BioHorizons Canada Co-sponsored by GluStitch Inc.

11:00am–1:00pm

Breaking Down the Steps for Efficient & Effective Orthograde Treatment of Molar Teeth Jeff Coil, DMD, MSD, PhD, FRCD(C), FADI, FACD

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approval CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

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Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona Endodontics

11:00am–2:00pm

2:00pm–4:30pm

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

Bobby Birdi, DMD, Dip Perio, Dip Pros,

N-Sequence: Guided Surgery & Guided Prosthetics – Full Arch Implant Rehabilitation

CE Approval CDSBC CL

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Co-sponsored by Hiossen Implant Canada Inc.

Sponsored by

Digital Anterior Therapy Featuring Cutting Edge Restorative Options MS, FRCD(C), FACP, DABP

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants

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Friday, March 10

Ron Zokol, DMD, FICOI Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants, Periodontics CE Approval CDSBC CL

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Co-sponsored by Aurum Group Co-sponsored by Nobel Biocare Canada Inc.

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

The PDC App brings the conference to your fingertips!


Product Stage in Lounge 3 of Exhibit Hall

9:30am

Thursday, March 9

Healthy Patients = Healthy Practice Crest Oral-B

10:30am

in Lounge 3

The Millionaire Dentist: 3 Secrets for The Millionaire Investor Pinnacle Wealth Brokers

11:30am

Prosthetic Driven Implant Planning Using Carestream Digital Workflow Carestream Dental

12:30pm

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CariVu – Caries Detection Device A Brilliant New Approach to Discovering Caries and Cracks Henry Schein

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Jump In … The Water’s CLEAN Crosstex International

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NeoMTA Plus® – A New MTA For “Everyday” Dentistry Endo/Tech

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Full details on presentation content on page 51

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A New Model for Practice Success: ABELDent – Like You’ve Never Seen it Before (9:30am presentation repeated at 10:00am) ABELDent Inc.

10:30am

So You Think You’re Ready? Practice Sale Readiness Check-Up Tier Three Brokerage Ltd.

11:30am

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Dynamic Surgical Guidance: A Specialist’s Perspective Navigate Surgical Technologies Inc.

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XP Technology SHARPEN-FREE Scalers...Myth or Miracle??? American Eagle Instruments, Inc.

Full details on presentation content on page 67

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Lunches

Program Design/Production by: Dave Hawthorne

Lunches / Exhibit Hall Features / Alumni Meetings

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

Exhibit Hall Hours

Thursday, March 9, 8:30am–5:30pm Friday, March 10, 8:30am–5:30pm Exhibit Hall Features

Exhibit Hall reception 4:00pm to 5:15pm both days 600 exhibit booths Over 250 exhibiting companies Live Dentistry Stage Product Stage Four Charging Stations Expanded Oxygen Bar and Photo Booth

Thursday, March 9th Exhibit Hall Reception Sponsored by:

Official conference of the:

Saturday, March 11, 8:00am–3:00pm West Ballroom A/B

Awards Ceremony College of Dental Surgeons of BC Awards Ceremony Thursday, March 9, 6:00pm–7:30pm Fairmont Waterfront Hotel, Mackenzie Room

Alumni Meetings Dalhousie University Faculty of Dentistry Alumni Reception Thursday, March 9, 6:00pm–7:30pm Vancouver Convention Centre - East Building, Room 20

University of Toronto Faculty of Dentistry Alumni Cocktail Reception Thursday, March 9, 6:00pm–8:00pm Pan Pacific Hotel, Oceanview Suite 5-6

University of Manitoba Dentistry Alumni Reception for the College of Dentistry & School of Dental Hygiene Thursday, March 9, 6:00pm–8:00pm Pan Pacific Hotel, Oceanview Suite 1-3

International College of Dentists, BC Division Annual BC ICD Fellows Breakfast Friday, March 10, 7:15am Terminal City Club, President’s Room Tickets $40

McGill University Dental Alumni Cocktail Reception Thursday, March 9, 6:00pm–8:00pm Executive Hotel Le Soleil & Executive Inn Vintage Park

University of Alberta Dental and Dental Hygiene Alumni Reception Friday, March 10, 6:00pm–8:00pm Pan Pacific Hotel, Cypress Suite

University of Saskatchewan College of Dentistry Alumni Reception Thursday, March 9, 6:00pm – 7:30pm Fairmont Waterfront Hotel, Princess Louisa Suite

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Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry Annual Meeting Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

Canadian Academy for Esthethic Dentistry

Académie Canadienne de Dentisterie Esthétique

March 9-11, 2017

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 2017 program that will be held in Vancouver in conjunction with the Pacific Dental Conference from March 9-11, 2017.

CAED sponsored speakers include: Tom Dudney

Diagnosis, Treatment Options, and Rehabilitation of Difficult and Unusual Cases The ABC’s of Adhesive Bonding and Cementation Workshop George Freedman

New and Improved: Printing, Restoratives and Diagnostics New and Improved: Cement-free Implants and New Technologies

Howard Glazer

I Have It...You Need It! Faye Goldstep

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

Esthetic Essentials: Techniques, Technology and Materials for the Esthetic Dentist “No-Prep” Veneers: Your Patients Want This And You Can Do It!

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Social Events at the PDC

Social Events at the PDC

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

Friends and Fun

Craft Brews

Chile vs Argentina

Corks ‘n’ Kegs – “formerly known as Life is Too Short to Drink Bad Wine�

Thursday, March 9, 2017 6:00pm – 7:30pm Vancouver Convention Centre - West Ballroom Foyer

If you love beer and wine don’t miss the PDC Corks and Kegs event. Formerly known as “Life is too Short to Drink Bad Wine� we are changing course and adding beer to the mix. Corks – Join us on a voyage of discovery in the vineyards of Chile and Argentina and be guided through an exquisite tasting of some of the very best values in South America. Wine Whisperer David Lancelot has worked his magic once again sourcing the best products from the Andes! Kegs – Phillips Brewing is proudly brewed in Victoria, British Columbia; their craft beers are anything but ordinary, from your mainstay favourites to seasonal releases. Step up to the tasting bar to sample Blue Buck, Pilsner or Short Wave to name a few! This social event will be held in the Level 1 Foyer outside of Ballroom D overlooking the beautiful harbour. Don’t miss this evening of fine wines and gregarious beers.

Cost $40.00

(plus GST)

a l a G y r a f h t Too The 17th Annual

& BC Dental Association Awards

Saturday, March 11, 2017 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 8-11

Show your PDC badge and receive:

20% off admission

10% off snacks and retail items

Discount pricing or group rates do not apply.

Cost $250.00 (plus GST)

FlyOver Canada is open 10am to 9pm and located at Canada Place (VCC-East Building). Shows commence every 15 minutes during operating hours. The total experience takes approximately 30 minutes.

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BC Dental Association’s

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

   healthy smiles, happier kids


Recommended Sessions for New Dentists Option 2 Thursday

Thursday

Root Canals Done Better, Faster and Safer: A Practical Course for GPs

10 Solutions for 10 Everyday Problems: Minimally Invasive Dentistry

8:30am–11:00am

8:30am–11:00am

See page 57 for synopsis

Manor Haas

A Recipe for Success with Direct Composites Douglas Lambert

Recommended Sessions for New Dentists

Option 1

1:30pm–4:00pm

David Clark

See page 55 for synopsis

“I Can See Your Crack From Here” The Epidemic of Cracked Teeth 1:30pm–4:00pm

See page 61 for synopsis

See page 60 for synopsis

David Clark

Friday

Friday Preps by Material Design 8:30am–11:00am

Avoiding Restorative Failures

See page 73 for synopsis

8:30am–11:00am

See page 73 for synopsis Lee Ann Brady Steven J. Hill James R. Neuber

The Physiology of Occlusion and the Treatment of TMD

Ouch that Hurts! Assessing and Treating Dental Emergencies in Children

1:30pm–4:00pm

See page 80 for synopsis

1:30pm–4:00pm

See page 78 for synopsis

Curtis Westersund

David Rothman

Saturday

Saturday

Oral Surgery for the General Practitioner

The Secret for Endodontic Success

9:00am–3:00pm

9:00am–11:30am

See page 84 for synopsis

See page 86 for synopsis John Alonge

Lynne A. Brock

Life is Too Long for Bad Endo 2:00pm–2:50pm

See page 93 for synopsis Joel Fransen

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Annual Spring Meeting

SAVE THE DATES April 26-28, 2018 Metro Toronto Convention Centre South Building

Featured Keynote Speakers Man In Motion | Champion for Accessibility and Inclusion Rick Hansen is currently CEO of the Rick Hansen Foundation and a passionate advocate for people with disabilities in Canada and around the world. As well as being a celebrated Paralympic athlete, he is best known for the Man In Motion World Tour, his epic two-year wheelchair tour around the globe. Since the completion of the tour in 1987, Rick has dedicated his life to creating a world that is accessible and inclusive for all. In addition to leading a team of passionate difference makers at the Rick Hansen Foundation, he provides support to people with disabilities, spreads hope and inspiration through public speaking engagements and advises leaders on issues such as accessibility and inclusivity.

Rick Hansen

Futurist, Trends, and Innovation Expert

Jim Carroll

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Alphabetical Index of Speakers / Sessions Session Title

Academy of Emergency Training Bruce Adams Damon Adams John Alonge Kevin AminZadeh Mike Anderson Chad J. Anderson Alan M. Atlas

CPR – Health Care Professional ......................................................................................................44 CPR – Health Care Professional Re-certification .............................................................................44 New CPR – Health Care Professional – On-line and Classroom .....................................................44 Cervical, TMJ & Cephalic Considerations for Sports Orthotics & Performance ...............................92 All-Ceramics: Latest Trends, Controversies and Clinical Tips ..........................................................99 Trends, Innovations, Controversies and Clinical Tips.......................................................................68 Oral Surgery for the General Practitioner .........................................................................................84 Implant Dentistry is a Team Sport! Play Your Part as a Dental Team Member ................................91 New Rules, New Strategies – Changing Taxation Landscape .........................................................82 Color Science and Shade Matching .................................................................................................77 Color Science and Shade Matching (DTABC session) ..................................................................101 Conquering Adhesion Dentistry and Direct Posterior Composite Esthetic Restorations ..................56 Eliminating Fractures, Failures and Frustration From Your Practice Hands-On ..............................40

Christine Bauman Judy Bendit Cathia Bergeron Bobby Birdi Lee Ann Brady Erin Brandt Rosemary Bray Janet Bristeir Lynne A. Brock

The Power of Breath ........................................................................................................................87 The Heart and Soul of Ultrasonics....................................................................................................46 Anterior and Posterior Direct Composite Restorations – Hands-On ..........................................39, 41 4-D Implant Placement & Provisional Restoration Workshop ..........................................................40 Digital Anterior Therapy Featuring Cutting Edge Restorative Options .............................................66 Today’s Comprehensive Treatment Planning, Simple to Complex ..................................................57 Avoiding Restorative Failures ..........................................................................................................73 Bite Splints in Restorative Practice ..................................................................................................78 Posterior Composites That Last .......................................................................................................55 Posterior Preparation Design – Hands-On .......................................................................................40 Dentists as Employers: Rooting Out Workplace Problems Before They Happen ............................89 Teamwork – It Makes Your Dental Dream Work! .......................................................................71, 85 Wasssuuup With Good Communication? ..................................................................................71, 85 Best Practices versus Common Practices in Instrument Processing! ..............................................93 Endo-Restorative Synchronicity .......................................................................................................79 The Secret for Endodontic Success .................................................................................................86

Anthony (Rick) Cardoza Calvin Carpenter Certified Dental Assistants of BC Ella Choi David Clark David Clark Marty Clement Christian Coachman Carla Cohn Jeff Coil College of Dental Hygienists of BC College of Dental Surgeons of BC George Cowburn John Cranham Harold Crossley Rodrigo Sanches Cunha

Dentistry’s Role in Mass Disaster and in Recognizing Spousal/Child Abuse ...................................80 Dispelling the “CSI Effect” Myth .......................................................................................................75 Twenty-first Century Laser-Assisted Dentistry .................................................................................86 Transitioning in Today’s Market ........................................................................................................82 CDABC Forum – CBCT and Endodontics ........................................................................................55 DSSBC Session – Best Practices: Radiographs for Children ..........................................................72 10 Solutions for 10 Everyday Problems: Minimally Invasive Dentistry .............................................55 Better, Faster, Prettier Composite – Hands-On ................................................................................42 “I Can See Your Crack From Here” The Epidemic of Cracked Teeth ...............................................61 Patients with Eating Disorders: Challenges for the Oral Health Professional ..................................63 New Rules, New Strategies – Changing Taxation Landscape .........................................................82 The Art and Technology in Modern Interdisciplinary Treatment Planning ........................................52 Practical Pediatric Dentistry for the General Practitioner and Team ................................................58 Practical Proven Prevention – Risk Assessment for Children ..........................................................63 Breaking Down the Steps for Efficient & Effective Orthograde Treatment of Molar Teeth ...............66 CDHBC Forum .................................................................................................................................56 From Pain to Wellness – Opioids and Beyond .................................................................................58 Immediate Dentistry .........................................................................................................................99 Occlusion for the Aesthetic Restorative Practice .............................................................................69 Avoid Liability: Know Your Patients Medications and Their Impact on Dental Treatment ................70 Street Drugs and Their Effects on You, Your Family and Your Dental Practice! ..............................53 Demystifying Endodontic Treatment in Molars – An Evidence-Based Approach .............................68

Karen Davis Preety Desai Nancy Dewhirst

Oral Cancer Screening – If Not You, Then Who? Workshop ...........................................................48 Sweet Tooth Obsession & Its Impact on Oral & Systemic Health ....................................................75 Think Outside the Mouth – Treatment Planning for Nonsurgical Periodontal Treatment .................79 TRUE “Atraumatic” ERBIUM LASER Extraction Reduces Chances of Peri-Implantitis ...................89 Hot Topics in Infection Control .........................................................................................................53 Infection Control Workshop – What Works? ....................................................................................46

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Alphabetical Index of Speakers / Sessions

Speaker Name

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Alphabetical Index of Speakers / Sessions

Alphabetical Index of Speakers / Sessions Speaker Name

Session Title

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Barry Diener Mark Donaldson Timothy Donley Henry Doyle Jim Doyle Tom Dudney

Additive Manufacturing, Revolutionizing The Way Things Are Made .............................................101 Appropriate Antibiotic and Analgesic Prescribing in Dentistry ..........................................................63 From Pain to Wellness – Opioids and Beyond .................................................................................58 Hands-On Master Course in Periodontal Debridement ....................................................................43 The New Wellness Approach to Perio: How to Change The Life of Your Patients ...........................76 Transitioning in Today’s Market ........................................................................................................82 A Parent’s Dilemma: Giving Your Kids a Financial Head Start .........................................................91 Diagnosis, Treatment Options, and Rehabilitation of Difficult and Unusual Cases ..........................62 The ABC’s of Adhesive Bonding and Cementation Workshop .........................................................42

Ben Eastwood Heidi Eaves Katherine Eitel Mahmoud Ektefaie Roberto Erario Nayeem Esmail

Early Orthodontic Intervention for Facial and Airway Development .................................................90 Dentists as Employers: Rooting Out Workplace Problems Before They Happen ............................89 Lioness Leadership “Thinking” .........................................................................................................87 Lioness Leadership “Conversations”.................................................................................................88 DSSBC Session – How to Read a Radiograph from Endodontic Point of View ..............................72 The Six Levels to Engage Your Team and Increase Productivity .....................................................92 DSSBC Session – Overview of Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Its Surgical and Nonsurgical Treatments ..77

Paul A. Farnan Jonathan Ferencz Dan Fischer Pierre Fournier Joel Fransen George Freedman

From Pain to Wellness – Opioids and Beyond .................................................................................58 CAD/CAM as Routine Part of Dental Practice: Daily Digital Workflows ...........................................69 Intraoral Scanning – Join the Connected Community Today ...........................................................45 What Marriage Advice Can Teach Us About Creating Successful, Long Lasting Dentistry .............54 Hands On Risk Management for the Practicing Dentist ...................................................................93 Life is Too Long for Bad Endo ..........................................................................................................93 New and Improved: Cement-free Implants and New Technologies .................................................80 New and Improved: Printing, Restoratives and Diagnostics ............................................................62

David Gates Larry Gaum Steve Gilliland Howard Glazer Fay Goldstep Richard Goodfellow Tim Gould Graham Grabowski Richard J. Gray Larry Greenblatt Jim Grisdale

Invisalign Fundamentals ..................................................................................................................47 Invisalign Intermediate .....................................................................................................................47 A Practical Approach to Oral Surgery For The General Dentist .......................................................52 Enjoy The Ride .................................................................................................................................60 Hide Your Goat .................................................................................................................................65 I Have It...You Need It! .....................................................................................................................68 What in the World is Bioactivity and How Can I Use it? ...................................................................76 TMD and Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders: Identifying Them in Your Practice ...........................81 Clear on Codes: How to Protect Yourself from Insurance Audits .....................................................65 3D Planning and Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery .................................................................................91 Endodontics for Today’s Modern Practice ........................................................................................52 Oral/Systemic Connection: Periodontal Health and Heart Attack and Stroke Prevention ..........71, 85 Emerging Trends in Periodontics .....................................................................................................63 Implant Maintenance Therapy 101 for the Dental Team: Newest Must Know Techniques ..............75 Peri-Implant Disease: Implant Complications and Management Hands-On Workshop ...................43

Manor Haas Ron Haik Pommy S. Hallen David Harris Van Haywood Samuel Hester Steven J. Hill Vera Horn

Endo Workshop for GPs: Locate, Instrument and Obturate Canals ..........................................39, 42 Root Canals Done Better, Faster and Safer: A Practical Course for GPs ........................................57 Navigating Retirement: Enhancing Your Life After Dentistry ............................................................59 CDABC Forum – CBCT and Endodontics ........................................................................................55 How To Steal From A Dentist (for Dentists Only) .............................................................................70 Bleaching Tips and Pearls: Single Dark Teeth, Sensitivity and Caries Control ................................60 Seven Tray Options for Bleaching, Sensitivity and Caries Control ..................................................72 Tooth Bleaching of All Types: From the Youngest to the Oldest Patients .........................................55 Application of Financial Analyses for Clinic Owners & Managers ....................................................90 Preps by Material Design .................................................................................................................73 Addressing Orofacial Functional Patterns ........................................................................................86

Jan Jaffer Bernard Jin Patti-Anne Jones

TREC TALK – Can You Be Values-Based and Highly Profitable? ...................................................87 N-Sequence: Guided Surgery & Guided Prosthetics – Full Arch Implant Rehabilitation ..................50 Clear on Codes: How to Protect Yourself from Insurance Audits .....................................................65

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Alphabetical Index of Speakers / Sessions Session Title

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Mark Kwon Anastasia Kelekis-Cholakis Kathleen Keller Christien Kopas

N-Sequence: Guided Surgery & Guided Prosthetics – Full Arch Implant Rehabilitation ..................50 Long Term Peri-Implant Maintenance – How to Deal with Biological Complications .......................86 Kiss Goodbye to Practice Pain .........................................................................................................93 Immediate Dentistry .........................................................................................................................99

Douglas Lambert David Landwehr William E. Lea Liran Levin David Levitt Sonia Leziy Edmund Liem Ed Lowe

A Recipe for Success with Direct Composites .................................................................................60 Evidence Based Endodontics: Diagnosis, Glide Path, Instrumentation and Obturation ..................52 ‘SOUND’ BITES Quick, Simple Solutions for Achieving Healthy, Functional Occlusions .................90 Peri-Implantitis: All You Need To Know ............................................................................................80 Bone Grafting Training – Includes Level One Guided Tissue Regeneration ....................................41 Intermediate Bone Grafting Training – Includes Level Two Guided Tissue Regeneration ...............45 ARC – Dermal Graft vs Connective Tissue Grafts For Root Coverage ............................................50 Do No Harm! Can a Night-Guard Do Any Harm? .............................................................................91 MythBreakers in Dentistry ................................................................................................................61 Prepless Veneers ...........................................................................................................................100

Ilay Maden Stanley F. Malamed Gurprit Mann Gabriele Maycher Cathy McGregor Steve Meldrum Kristy Menage Bernie George K. Merijohn Dale Miles Jesse Miller John Molinari Thomas Morris

Advances in Laser Dentistry – Perio, Endo, Sleep, Surgery, Cosmetic, Implants and More ...........57 Lasers in Periodontology and Implantology Simple Patient-FriendlyTreatments That Work ...........62 Laser Utilization in all Aspects of Dentistry: Perio, Endo, Sleep, Surgery, Implants ........................46 Emergency Medicine: Sudden Cardiac Arrest and AED’s ................................................................61 Is the Mandibular Block Passe? .......................................................................................................56 New Rules, New Strategies – Changing Taxation Landscape .........................................................82 5 Clinical Breakdowns Killing Patient Outcomes & Practice Revenue .............................................92 From Pain to Wellness – Opioids and Beyond .................................................................................58 Cash Flow Trumps All ......................................................................................................................60 Accelerated Periodontal Instrumentation Protocols: Maximizing Clinical Success ..........................62 The Periodontic/Orthodontic Connection: Maximizing Success with the Ortho Patient ...................79 Time to Toss the Floss? – You be the Judge ...................................................................................74 Yoganomics: Postural Health & Ergonomic Considerations for the Dental Professional .................87 KIWImethod Hands-On Workshop: Minimally Invasive Autogenous Gingival Grafting ....................43 Management and Prevention of Gingival Recession: The Interactive Seminar ...............................74 Cone Beam Anatomy: Let’s Review What You May Be Missing ......................................................48 Cone Beam CT: 3D Imaging That’s More Than “50 Shades of Gray” ..............................................79 Interpreting Your CBCT Scan – Reporting Findings to Minimize Your Risk .....................................75 Social Media and Dentistry: Effective Strategies in Social Media Awareness .................................99 Emerging and Re-Emerging Infectious Diseases ............................................................................79 Infection Control Workshop – What Works? ....................................................................................46 Vaccine Recommendations: Science, Success & Myths .................................................................73 TREC TALK – Can You Be Values-Based and Highly Profitable? ...................................................87

James R. Neuber Jonathan Ng Samson Ng John Nicola Mostafa Norooz Mehdi Noroozi Josip Nosil Marisa Notturno Brian Nový

Preps by Material Design .................................................................................................................73 The Essentials of Improved Patient Care using the Digital Dental Workflow ...................................99 How Much Do I Know About Lumps and Bumps in the Mouth?? .....................................................81 Challenges and Questions with Building and Maintaining Wealth ...................................................76 Handling Medical Emergencies ........................................................................................................92 Early Versus Late Peri-implant Bone Loss, Biological and Biomechanical Etiologies .....................89 A Phantom Method to Meet the Regulations and Improve the Patient Care ....................................93 CAD/CAM as Routine Part of Dental Practice: Daily Digital Workflows ...........................................69 Intraoral Scanning – Join the Connected Community Today ...........................................................45 Offensive Dentistry ...........................................................................................................................81 The Plaque Monologues ..................................................................................................................76

Darin O’Bryan

CAD/CAM and the Integration of 3D Imaging ..................................................................................76

Shannon Pace Brinker Marina Polonsky Reid Pullen

Excellence in Dental Assisting ...................................................................................................53, 69 Excellence in Dental Hygiene ..........................................................................................................62 Advantages of Incorporating Erbium and Diode Lasers into General Practice ................................90 Minimally Invasive Endo Using PIPS Irrigation – Fast, Easy, Profound Canal Cleaning .................75

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Gary Radz Nelson Rego Alan Roadburg Jan Roberts Susan Roberts Warren Roberts Bernard Robichaud David Rothman Brian Rudy

Esthetic Essentials: Techniques, Technology and Materials for the Esthetic Dentist .......................61 “No-Prep” Veneers: Your Patients Want This And You Can Do It! ....................................................42 MythBreakers in Dentistry ................................................................................................................61 Prepless Veneers ...........................................................................................................................100 Navigating Retirement: Enhancing Your Life After Dentistry ............................................................59 Using Botulinum Toxin to Enhance the Ultimate Smile Design ........................................................56 Navigating Retirement: Enhancing Your Life After Dentistry ............................................................59 Using Botulinum Toxin to Enhance the Ultimate Smile Design ........................................................56 The Road to the Perfect Implant Bar ..............................................................................................101 “Can You Really Save That”: Treatment Options for Carious Primary Teeth ...................................73 Ouch that Hurts! Assessing and Treating Dental Emergencies in Children .....................................78 The 4 P’s of Pediatric Dentistry: Physiology, Pharmacology, Psychology and Phamily ...................88 “You Want to Do What to My Child?”: Answering Parent’s Difficult Questions .................................86 Transitioning in Today’s Market ........................................................................................................82

Todd Slogocki Henry Schein Software Course Charles Shuler Laurie St-Pierre John Svirsky

DSSBC Session – Prosthodontics: Edentulous Treatment Options .................................................77 Dentrix Software Course (Advanced) ...............................................................................................39 Power Practice Software (Px 202 Advanced)..................................................................................41 Power Practice Software (Px 101 Basic).........................................................................................45 How Much Do I Know About Lumps and Bumps in the Mouth?? .....................................................81 Anterior and Posterior Direct Composite Restorations – Hands-On ..........................................39, 41 Come In and Catch It: The Review That Sticks .........................................................................54, 70 Great Cases With New Faces ..........................................................................................................63

Lori Trost Yoko Tsukada

From How to Wow – Become A Prepared and Smart Dental Assistant ...........................................53 DSSBC Session – Oral Medicine and Maxillofacial Pathology – Oral Manifestations of Systemic Diseases ..... 77

Glenn van As

Fall Back in Love with Your Diode Laser Again – Hands-On Workshop ..........................................40 Have You Fallen Out of Love with Your Diode Laser? – Light Up that Passion Again! ....................57

Stephen Wagner Cheng Lun Wang Curtis Westersund Michael Wiseman

Creating Dentures with 3 Appointment Approach Using CAD/CAM Technology ...........................100 DSSBC Session – Dentists Have the Keys to Solving Migraine Headaches and Other Chronic Head Pain ..... 72 The Physiology of Occlusion and the Treatment of TMD ............................................................................... 80 Treating TMD – A Lecture For Dentists and Technicians ..............................................................................100 A Dentist’s Guide to Treating the Medically Compromised Senior Patients .....................................80 Geriatrics for the Dental Team: A How To Guide to Make Your Practice Senior Friendly ...........70, 84

Richard Young

Photography: A Must for Communication in Dentistry ......................................................................81 So You Want To Take Dental Photographs – Let’s Make It Easy! ....................................................49

Ron Zokol

4-D Implant Placement & Provisional Restoration Workshop ..........................................................40 Digital Anterior Therapy Featuring Cutting Edge Restorative Options .............................................66

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Session

Limited Attendance

Time

Location

Anterior and Posterior Direct Composite Restorations – Hands-On

Cathia Bergeron Laurie St-Pierre

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

VCC West - Room 111/112

The Art and Technology in Modern Interdisciplinary Treatment Planning

Christian Coachman

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

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

52

Conquering Adhesion Dentistry and Direct Posterior Composite Esthetic Restorations

Alan M. Atlas

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 306

56

Posterior Composites That Last

Lee Ann Brady

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

55

10 Solutions for 10 Everyday Problems: Minimally Invasive Dentistry

David Clark

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 301

55

CDABC Forum – CBCT and Endodontics

Pommy S. Hallen

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 211

55

Tooth Bleaching of All Types: From the Youngest to the Oldest Patients

Van Haywood

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 11/12

55

Using Botulinum Toxin to Enhance the Ultimate Smile Design

Warren Roberts Jan Roberts

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 208/209

56

Eliminating Fractures, Failures and Frustration From Your Practice Hands-On

Alan M. Atlas

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 115

LA4

40

Posterior Preparation Design – Hands-On

Lee Ann Brady

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 114

LA6

40

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

David Clark

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 301

61

Bleaching Tips and Pearls: Single Dark Teeth, Sensitivity and Caries Control

Van Haywood

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 1

60

A Recipe for Success with Direct Composites

Douglas Lambert

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

60

MythBreakers in Dentistry

Ed Lowe Nelson Rego

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 119/120

61

Esthetic Essentials: Techniques, Technology and Materials for the Esthetic Dentist

Gary Radz

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

61

Avoiding Restorative Failures

Lee Ann Brady

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 110

Better, Faster, Prettier Composite Hands-On

David Clark

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 114

LA13

42

The ABC’s of Adhesive Bonding and Cementation Workshop

Tom Dudney

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 113

LA14

42

Seven Tray Options for Bleaching, Sensitivity and Caries Control

Van Haywood

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

72

Preps by Material Design

James R. Neuber Steven J. Hill

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 220

73

“No-Prep” Veneers: Your Patients Want This And You Can Do It!

Gary Radz

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 116/117

Color Science and Shade Matching

Chad J. Anderson

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

77

Bite Splints in Restorative Practice

Lee Ann Brady

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 110

78

MythBreakers in Dentistry

Ed Lowe Nelson Rego

Saturday 1:00 - 2:30

VCC West - Room 204

100

Color Science and Shade Matching

Chad J. Anderson

Saturday 3:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 203

101

Aesthetics

Page

LA1

39

LA10

41

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Speakers

73

LA16

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Page

Is the Mandibular Block Passe?

Stanley F. Malamed

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Ballroom B

56

Emergency Medicine: Sudden Cardiac Arrest and AED’s

Stanley F. Malamed

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Ballroom B

61

“Can You Really Save That”: Treatment Options for Carious Primary Teeth

David Rothman

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 121/122

73

Ouch that Hurts! Assessing and Treating Dental Emergencies in Children

David Rothman

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 121/122

78

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

David Rothman

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 121/122

86

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

David Rothman

Saturday 12:30 - 3:00

VCC West - Room 121/122

88

From How to Wow – Become a Prepared and Smart Dental Assistant

Lori Trost

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

VCC East - Room 2/3 VCC West - Room 211

53

Posterior Composites That Last

Lee Ann Brady

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

55

CDABC Forum – CBCT and Endodontics

Pommy S. Hallen

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 211

55

Excellence in Dental Assisting

Shannon Pace Brinker

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

VCC East - Ballroom C

53

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Anaesthesia

Dental Assisting

69

Posterior Preparation Design – Hands-On

Lee Ann Brady

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 114

Avoiding Restorative Failures

Lee Ann Brady

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 110

LA6

40 73

Vaccine Recommendations: Science, Success & Myths

John Molinari

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 13

73

Bite Splints in Restorative Practice

Lee Ann Brady

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 110

78

Emerging and Re-Emerging Infectious Diseases

John Molinari

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Ballroom A

79

Lioness Leadership “Thinking”

Katherine Eitel

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Room 1

87

Lioness Leadership “Conversations”

Katherine Eitel

Saturday 12:30 - 3:00

VCC East - Room 1

88

Hot Topics in Infection Control

Nancy Dewhirst

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

VCC East - Room 1 VCC East - Ballroom B

53

CDHBC Forum

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

VCC East - Ballroom B

56

Accelerated Periodontal Instrumentation Protocols: Maximizing Clinical Success

Kristy Menage Bernie

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 11/12

62

Excellence in Dental Hygiene

Shannon Pace Brinker

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Ballroom C

62

Sweet Tooth Obsession & Its Impact on Oral & Systemic Health

Karen Davis

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 1

75

The New Wellness Approach to Perio: How to Change The Life of Your Patients

Timothy Donley

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 119/120

76

Management and Prevention of Gingival Recession: The Interactive Seminar

George K. Merijohn

Friday 8:30 - 11:30

VCC East - Room 2/3

74

Vaccine Recommendations: Science, Success & Myths

John Molinari

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 13

73

Time to Toss the Floss? – You be the Judge

Kristy Menage Bernie

Friday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

74

The Periodontic/Orthodontic Connection: Maximizing Success with the Ortho Patient

Kristy Menage Bernie

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 8/15

79

Dental Hygiene

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Page

Hands-On Master Course in Periodontal Debridement

Timothy Donley

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 116/117

LA17

43

KIWImethod Hands-On Workshop: Minimally Invasive Autogenous Gingival Grafting

George K. Merijohn

Friday 1:30 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 113

LA19

43

Emerging and Re-Emerging Infectious Diseases

John Molinari

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Ballroom A

79

Think Outside the Mouth – Treatment Planning for Nonsurgical Periodontal Treatment

Karen Davis

Friday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

79

The Heart and Soul of Ultrasonics

Judy Bendit

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

VCC West - Room 116/117

LA27 LA35

46

Infection Control Workshop – What Works?

Nancy Dewhirst John Molinari

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

VCC West - Room 223

LA30 LA37

46

Yoganomics: Postural Health & Ergonomic Considerations for the Dental Professional

Kristy Menage Bernie

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 211

Oral Cancer Screening – If Not You, Then Who? Workshop

Karen Davis

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 114

Color Science and Shade Matching

Chad J. Anderson

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

77

Social Media and Dentistry: Effective Strategies in Social Media Awareness

Jesse Miller

Saturday 8:30 - 9:30

VCC West - Ballroom A/B

99

All-Ceramics: Latest Trends, Controversies and Clinical Tips

Damon Adams

Saturday 10:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 202

99

Immediate Dentistry

George Cowburn Christien Kopas

Saturday 10:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 204

99

The Essentials of Improved Patient Care using the Digital Dental Workflow

Jonathan Ng

Saturday 10:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 203

99

Cervical, TMJ & Cephalic Considerations for Sports Orthotics & Performance

Bruce Adams

Saturday 1:00 - 2:00

VCC West - Room 205

92

Prepless Veneers

Ed Lowe Nelson Rego

Saturday 1:00 - 2:30

VCC West - Room 204

100

Creating Dentures with 3 Appointment Approach Using CAD/CAM Technology

Stephen Wagner

Saturday 1:00 - 2:30

VCC West - Room 202

100

Treating TMD – A Lecture For Dentists and Technicians

Curtis Westersund

Saturday 1:00 - 2:30

VCC West - Room 203

100

Color Science and Shade Matching

Chad J. Anderson

Saturday 3:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 203

101

Additive Manufacturing, Revolutionizing The Way Things Are Made

Barry Diener

Saturday 3:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 204

101

The Road to the Perfect Implant Bar

Bernard Robichaud

Saturday 3:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 202

101

Interpreting Your CBCT Scan – Reporting Findings to Minimize Your Risk

Dale Miles

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 215/216

75

Cone Beam CT: 3D Imaging That’s More Than “50 Shades of Gray”

Dale Miles

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 215/216

79

Cone Beam Anatomy: Let’s Review What You May Be Missing

Dale Miles

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 119

Dental Hygiene (continued)

Digital Imaging

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

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Dental Technician

87 LA28

LA31

48

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Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Session

Time

Location

Is the Mandibular Block Passe?

Stanley F. Malamed

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Ballroom B

56

Emergency Medicine: Sudden Cardiac Arrest and AED’s

Stanley F. Malamed

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Ballroom B

61

CPR – Health Care Professional

Academy of Emergency Training

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

VCC East - Room 2/3

LA21

44

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

LA25 LA33

44

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

Academy of Emergency Training

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

VCC East - Room 8/15

LA26 LA34

44

Handling Medical Emergencies

Mostafa Norooz

Saturday 1:00 - 2:00

VCC West - Room 206

92

Endodontics for Today’s Modern Pracitce

Richard J. Gray

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

VCC West - Room 220

52

Evidence Based Endodontics: Diagnosis, Glide Path, Instrumentation and Obturation

David Landwehr

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

VCC West - Room 118

52

10 Solutions for 10 Everyday Problems: Minimally Invasive Dentistry

David Clark

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 301

55

Root Canals Done Better, Faster and Safer: A Practical Course for GPs

Manor Haas

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 119/120

57

CDABC Forum – CBCT and Endodontics

Pommy S. Hallen

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 211

55

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

David Clark

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 301

61

Endo Workshop for GPs: Locate, Instrument and Obturate Canals

Manor Haas

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

VCC West - Room 201

Better, Faster, Prettier Composite Hands-On

David Clark

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 114

Demystifying Endodontic Treatment in Molars – An Evidence-Based Approach

Rodrigo Sanches Cunha

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

VCC West - Room 205/206/207

68

Minimally Invasive Endo Using PIPS Irrigation – Fast, Easy, Profound Canal Cleaning

Reid Pullen

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 208/209

75

How to Read a Radiograph from Endodontic Point of View

Mahmoud Ektefaie

Friday 10:10 - 10:55

VCC West - Room 118

72

Breaking Down the Steps for Efficient & Effective Orthograde Treatment of Molar Teeth

Jeff Coil

Friday 11:00 - 1:00

Exhibit Hall - Live Dentistry Stage

66

Endo-Restorative Synchronicity

Lynne A. Brock

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 13

79

Laser Utilization in all Aspects of Dentistry: Perio, Endo, Sleep, Surgery, Implants

Ilay Maden

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

VCC West - Room 111/112

The Secret for Endodontic Success

Lynne A. Brock

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 109

86

Life is Too Long for Bad Endo

Joel Fransen

Saturday 2:00 - 3:00

VCC West - Room 207

93

Dispelling the “CSI Effect” Myth

Anthony (Rick) Cardoza

Friday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Ballroom B

75

Dentistry’s Role in Mass Disaster and in Recognizing Spousal/Child Abuse

Anthony (Rick) Cardoza

Friday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Ballroom B

80

Emergency Medicine

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Page

Endodontics

LA7

39

LA15

42

LA13

42

LA29 LA36

46

Forensics

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Page

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

Michael Wiseman

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

VCC West - Room 109

70

VCC West - Room 118

84

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

Michael Wiseman

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 109

80

Today’s Comprehensive Treatment Planning, Simple to Complex

Bobby Birdi

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 215/216

57

ARC – Dermal Graft vs Connective Tissue Grafts For Root Coverage

Sonia Leziy

Thursday 9:00 - 10:45

Exhibit Hall - Live Dentistry Stage

50

N-Sequence: Guided Surgery & Guided Prosthetics – Full Arch Implant Rehabilitation

Bernard Jin Mark Kwon

Thursday 11:00 - 2:00

Exhibit Hall - Live Dentistry Stage

50

4-D Implant Placement & Provisional Restoration Workshop

Bobby Birdi Ron Zokol

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 113

Implant Maintenance Therapy 101 for the Dental Team: Newest Must Know Techniques

Jim Grisdale

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 11/12

75

Management and Prevention of Gingival Recession: The Interactive Seminar

George K. Merijohn

Friday 8:30 - 11:30

VCC East - Room 2/3

74

New and Improved: Cement-free Implants and New Technologies

George Freedman

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 224

80

Peri-Implantitis: All You Need To Know

Liran Levin

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 11/12

80

KIWImethod Hands-On Workshop: Minimally Invasive Autogenous Gingival Grafting

George K. Merijohn

Friday 1:30 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 113

Digital Anterior Therapy Featuring Cutting Edge Restorative Options

Bobby Birdi Ron Zokol

Friday 2:00 - 4:30

Exhibit Hall - Live Dentistry Stage

66

Long Term Peri-Implant Maintenance – How to Deal with Biological Complications

Anastasia Kelekis-Cholakis

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 224

86

The Road to the Perfect Implant Bar

Bernard Robichaud

Saturday 3:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 202

101

TRUE “Atraumatic” ERBIUM LASER Extraction Preety Desai Reduces Chances of Peri-Implantitis

Saturday 9:00 - 10:00

VCC West - Room 205

89

Early Versus Late Peri-implant Bone Loss, Biological and Biomechanical Etiologies

Mehdi Noroozi

Saturday 9:00 - 10:00

VCC West - Room 206

89

Implant Dentistry is a Team Sport! Play Your Part as a Dental Team Member

Kevin AminZadeh

Saturday 10:00 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 210

91

Advances in Laser Dentistry – Perio, Endo, Sleep, Surgery, Cosmetic, Implants and More

Ilay Maden

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 221/222

57

Have You Fallen Out of Love with Your Diode Laser? – Light Up that Passion Again!

Glenn van As

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 224

57

Lasers in Periodontology and Implantology Simple Patient-FriendlyTreatments That Work

Ilay Maden

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 221/222

62

Fall Back in Love with Your Diode Laser Again – Hands-On Workshop

Glenn van As

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 116/117

Minimally Invasive Endo Using PIPS Irrigation – Fast, Easy, Profound Canal Cleaning

Reid Pullen

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 208/209

Laser Utilization in all Aspects of Dentistry: Perio, Endo, Sleep, Surgery, Implants

Ilay Maden

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

VCC West - Room 111/112

Geriatric Dentistry

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Implants

Laser Dentistry

Visit the PDC Lab Expo on Saturday, March 11 and get lunch

LA5

LA19

LA8

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43

40 75

LA29 LA36

46

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Session

Speakers

Location

TRUE “Atraumatic” ERBIUM LASER Extraction Preety Desai Reduces Chances of Peri-Implantitis

Saturday 9:00 - 10:00

VCC West - Room 205

89

Twenty-first Century Laser-Assisted Dentistry

Anthony (Rick) Cardoza

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 220

86

Advantages of Incorporating Erbium and Diode Lasers into General Practice

Marina Polonsky

Saturday 10:00 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 206

90

Anterior and Posterior Direct Composite Restorations – Hands-On

Cathia Bergeron Laurie St-Pierre

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

VCC West - Room 111/112

What Marriage Advice Can Teach Us About Creating Successful, Long Lasting Dentistry

Dan Fischer

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

VCC West - Room 110

54

Posterior Composites That Last

Lee Ann Brady

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

55

Posterior Preparation Design – Hands-On

Lee Ann Brady

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 114

Diagnosis, Treatment Options, and Rehabilitation of Difficult and Unusual Cases

Tom Dudney

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 208/209

62

New and Improved: Printing, Restoratives and Diagnostics

George Freedman

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 224

62

MythBreakers in Dentistry

Ed Lowe Nelson Rego

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 119/120

61

Trends, Innovations, Controversies and Clinical Tips

Damon Adams

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

VCC West - Room 212/213/214

68

I Have It...You Need It!

Howard Glazer

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

VCC West - Room 221/222

68

Avoiding Restorative Failures

Lee Ann Brady

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 110

The ABC’s of Adhesive Bonding and Cementation Workshop

Tom Dudney

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 113

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

Fay Goldstep

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 224

76

The Plaque Monologues

Brian Nový

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 8/15

76

Color Science and Shade Matching

Chad J. Anderson

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

77

Bite Splints in Restorative Practice

Lee Ann Brady

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 110

78

New and Improved: Cement-free Implants and New Technologies

George Freedman

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 224

80

Offensive Dentistry

Brian Nový

Friday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Room 1

81

All-Ceramics: Latest Trends, Controversies and Clinical Tips

Damon Adams

Saturday 10:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 202

99

Prepless Veneers

Ed Lowe Nelson Rego

Saturday 1:00 - 2:30

VCC West - Room 204

100

Color Science and Shade Matching

Chad J. Anderson

Saturday 3:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 203

101

Posterior Composites That Last

Lee Ann Brady

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

55

Posterior Preparation Design – Hands-On

Lee Ann Brady

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 114

Occlusion for the Aesthetic Restorative Practice

John Cranham

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

VCC West - Room 301

69

Avoiding Restorative Failures

Lee Ann Brady

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 110

73

Bite Splints in Restorative Practice

Lee Ann Brady

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 110

78

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

Richard Goodfellow

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 208/209

81

Laser Dentistry (continued)

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Limited Attendance

Time

Page

Materials/Techniques

Occlusion/TMD

30

LA1

39

LA10

41

LA6

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73 LA14

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Session

Limited Attendance

Time

Location

The Physiology of Occlusion and the Treatment of TMD

Curtis Westersund

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 2/3

80

Addressing Orofacial Functional Patterns

Vera Horn

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 215/216

86

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

William E. Lea

Saturday 10:00 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 205

90

Do No Harm! Can a Night-Guard Do Any Harm?

Edmund Liem

Saturday 11:00 - 12:00

VCC West - Room 206

91

Cervical, TMJ & Cephalic Considerations for Sports Orthotics & Performance

Bruce Adams

Saturday 1:00 - 2:00

VCC West - Room 205

92

Treating TMD – A Lecture For Dentists and Technicians

Curtis Westersund

Saturday 1:00 - 2:30

VCC West - Room 203

100

John Svirsky

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

VCC East - Ballroom A

54

Occlusion/TMD (continued)

Page

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Speakers

Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology Come In and Catch It: The Review That Sticks

70

Great Cases With New Faces

John Svirsky

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Ballroom A

63

Oral Medicine and Maxillofacial Pathology – Oral Manifestations of Systemic Diseases

Yoko Tsukada

Friday 3:10 - 3:55

VCC West - Room 118

77

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

Samson Ng Charles Shuler

Friday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Ballroom C

81

A Practical Approach to Oral Surgery For The General Dentist

Larry Gaum

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

VCC West - Room 121/122

52

Oral Surgery for the General Practitioner

John Alonge

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

VCC West - Room 212/213/214

84

3D Planning and Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

Graham Grabowski

Saturday 11:00 - 12:00

VCC West - Room 205

91

Dentists Have the Keys to Solving Migraine Headaches and Other Chronic Head Pain

Cheng Lun Wang

Friday 9:20 - 10:05

VCC West - Room 118

72

Invisalign Fundamentals

David Gates

Saturday 8:00 - 12:00

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B

Early Orthodontic Intervention for Facial and Airway Development

Ben Eastwood

Saturday 9:00 - 10:00

VCC West - Room 210

Invisalign Intermediate

David Gates

Saturday 1:00 - 5:00

Pacific Rim - Star Sapphire A/B

Practical Pediatric Dentistry for the General Practitioner and Team

Carla Cohn

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 212/213/214

58

Practical Proven Prevention – Risk Assessment for Children

Carla Cohn

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 212/213/214

63

Pediatrics Best Practices: Radiographs for Children

Ella Choi

Friday 8:30 - 9:15

VCC West - Room 118

72

“Can You Really Save That”: Treatment Options for Carious Primary Teeth

David Rothman

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 121/122

73

Ouch that Hurts! Assessing and Treating Dental Emergencies in Children

David Rothman

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 121/122

78

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

David Rothman

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 121/122

86

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

David Rothman

Saturday 12:30 - 3:00

VCC West - Room 121/122

88

Oral Surgery

Orthodontics LA24

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LA38

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Pediatric Dentistry

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Page

Today’s Comprehensive Treatment Planning, Simple to Complex

Bobby Birdi

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 215/216

57

Advances in Laser Dentistry – Perio, Endo, Sleep, Surgery, Cosmetic, Implants and More

Ilay Maden

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 221/222

57

4-D Implant Placement & Provisional Restoration Workshop

Bobby Birdi Ron Zokol

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 113

Emerging Trends in Periodontics

Jim Grisdale

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 2/3

63

Lasers in Periodontology and Implantology Simple Patient-FriendlyTreatments That Work

Ilay Maden

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 221/222

62

Bone Grafting Training – Includes Level One Guided Tissue Regeneration

David Levitt

Friday 8:00 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 115

Sweet Tooth Obsession & Its Impact on Oral & Systemic Health

Karen Davis

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 1

75

The New Wellness Approach to Perio: How to Change The Life of Your Patients

Timothy Donley

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 119/120

76

Implant Maintenance Therapy 101 for the Dental Team: Newest Must Know Techniques

Jim Grisdale

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 11/12

75

Management and Prevention of Gingival Recession: The Interactive Seminar

George K. Merijohn

Friday 8:30 - 11:30

VCC East - Room 2/3

74

Hands-On Master Course in Periodontal Debridement

Timothy Donley

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 116/117

LA17

43

Peri-Implant Disease: Implant Complications and Management Hands-On Workshop

Jim Grisdale

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 114

LA18

43

Peri-Implantitis: All You Need To Know

Liran Levin

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 11/12

KIWImethod Hands-On Workshop: Minimally Invasive Autogenous Gingival Grafting

George K. Merijohn

Friday 1:30 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 113

Digital Anterior Therapy Featuring Cutting Edge Restorative Options

Bobby Birdi Ron Zokol

Friday 2:00 - 4:30

Exhibit Hall - Live Dentistry Stage

66

Think Outside the Mouth – Treatment Planning for Nonsurgical Periodontal Treatment

Karen Davis

Friday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

79

Intermediate Bone Grafting Training – Includes Level Two Guided Tissue Regeneration

David Levitt

Saturday 8:00 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 115

LA20

45

The Heart and Soul of Ultrasonics

Judy Bendit

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

VCC West - Room 116/117

LA27 LA35

46

Oral Cancer Screening – If Not You, Then Who? Workshop

Karen Davis

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 114

LA28

48

Long Term Peri-Implant Maintenance – How to Deal with Biological Complications

Anastasia Kelekis-Cholakis

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 224

Laser Utilization in all Aspects of Dentistry: Perio, Endo, Sleep, Surgery, Implants

Ilay Maden

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

VCC West - Room 111/112

Photography: A Must for Communication in Dentistry

Richard Young

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 220

So You Want To Take Dental Photographs – Let’s Make It Easy!

Richard Young

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 120

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Periodontics

Photography

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Page

Posterior Composites That Last

Lee Ann Brady

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

Posterior Preparation Design – Hands-On

Lee Ann Brady

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 114

Patients with Eating Disorders: Challenges for the Oral Health Professional

David Clark

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 306

63

Avoiding Restorative Failures

Lee Ann Brady

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 110

73

Management and Prevention of Gingival Recession: The Interactive Seminar

George K. Merijohn

Friday 8:30 - 11:30

VCC East - Room 2/3

74

The Plaque Monologues

Brian Nový

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 8/15

76

Bite Splints in Restorative Practice

Lee Ann Brady

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 110

78

Oral/Systemic Connection: Periodontal Health and Heart Attack and Stroke Prevention

Larry Greenblatt

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

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

71

KIWImethod Hands-On Workshop: Minimally Invasive Autogenous Gingival Grafting

George K. Merijohn

Friday 1:30 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 113

Offensive Dentistry

Brian Nový

Friday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Room 1

81

Todd Slogocki

Friday 1:30 - 2:15

VCC West - Room 118

77

How to Read a Radiograph from Endodontic Point of View

Mahmoud Ektefaie

Friday 10:10 - 10:55

VCC West - Room 118

72

A Phantom Method to Meet the Regulations and Improve the Patient Care

Josip Nosil

Saturday 2:00 - 3:00

VCC West - Room 205

93

Creating Dentures with 3 Appointment Approach Using CAD/CAM Technology

Stephen Wagner

Saturday 1:00 - 2:30

VCC West - Room 202

100

Additive Manufacturing, Revolutionizing The Way Things Are Made

Barry Diener

Saturday 3:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 204

101

Anterior and Posterior Direct Composite Restorations – Hands-On

Cathia Bergeron Laurie St-Pierre

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

VCC West - Room 111/112

Conquering Adhesion Dentistry and Direct Posterior Composite Esthetic Restorations

Alan M. Atlas

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 306

56

Posterior Composites That Last

Lee Ann Brady

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

55

Posterior Preparation Design – Hands-On

Lee Ann Brady

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 114

New and Improved: Printing, Restoratives and Diagnostics

George Freedman

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 224

62

Trends, Innovations, Controversies and Clinical Tips

Damon Adams

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

VCC West - Room 212/213/214

68

Avoiding Restorative Failures

Lee Ann Brady

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 110

73

Bite Splints in Restorative Practice

Lee Ann Brady

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 110

78

All-Ceramics: Latest Trends, Controversies and Clinical Tips

Damon Adams

Saturday 10:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 202

99

Prevention/Diagnosis 55

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

LA6

40

85 LA19

43

Prosthodontics Prosthodontics: Edentulous Treatment Options

Radiology

Removable Prosthodontics

Restorative/Operative Dentistry LA1

39

LA10

41

LA6

40

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence

Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Page

Hot Topics in Infection Control

Nancy Dewhirst

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

VCC East - Room 1 VCC East - Ballroom B

53

Vaccine Recommendations: Science, Success & Myths

John Molinari

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 13

73

Emerging and Re-Emerging Infectious Diseases

John Molinari

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Ballroom A

79

Infection Control Workshop – What Works?

Nancy Dewhirst John Molinari

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

VCC West - Room 223

Best Practices versus Common Practices in Instrument Processing!

Janet Bristeir

Saturday 1:00 - 2:00

VCC West - Room 210

93

Advances in Laser Dentistry – Perio, Endo, Sleep, Surgery, Cosmetic, Implants and More

Ilay Maden

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 221/222

57

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

Richard Goodfellow

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 208/209

81

Overview of Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Its Surgical and Nonsurgical Treatments

Nayeem Esmail

Friday 2:20 - 3:05

VCC West - Room 118

77

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

Michael Wiseman

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

VCC West - Room 109

70

VCC West - Room 118

84

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

Michael Wiseman

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 109

80

The Art and Technology in Modern Interdisciplinary Treatment Planning

Christian Coachman

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

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

52

Posterior Composites That Last

Lee Ann Brady

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

55

Using Botulinum Toxin to Enhance the Ultimate Smile Design

Warren Roberts Jan Roberts

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 208/209

56

Posterior Preparation Design – Hands-On

Lee Ann Brady

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 114

Diagnosis, Treatment Options, and Rehabilitation of Difficult and Unusual Cases

Tom Dudney

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 208/209

62

Avoiding Restorative Failures

Lee Ann Brady

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 110

73

Bite Splints in Restorative Practice

Lee Ann Brady

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 110

78

Peri-Implantitis: All You Need To Know

Liran Levin

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 11/12

80

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Safety/Infection Control

LA30 LA37

46

Sleep Apnea

Special Needs

Treatment Planning

34

LA6

40


Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence

Session

Limited Attendance

Time

Location

Accelerated Periodontal Instrumentation Protocols: Maximizing Clinical Success

Kristy Menage Bernie

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 11/12

62

Time to Toss the Floss? – You be the Judge

Kristy Menage Bernie

Friday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

74

The Periodontic/Orthodontic Connection: Maximizing Success with the Ortho Patient

Kristy Menage Bernie

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC East - Room 8/15

79

Yoganomics: Postural Health & Ergonomic Considerations for the Dental Professional

Kristy Menage Bernie

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 211

87

Kiss Goodbye to Practice Pain

Kathleen Keller

Saturday 2:00 - 3:00

VCC West - Room 206

93

Street Drugs and Their Effects on You, Your Family and Your Dental Practice!

Harold Crossley

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

VCC West - Ballroom A

53

From Pain to Wellness – Opioids and Beyond

College of Dental Surgeons of BC Mark Donaldson Paul A. Farnan Cathy McGregor

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 109

58

Appropriate Antibiotic and Analgesic Prescribing in Dentistry

Mark Donaldson

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 109

63

Avoid Liability: Know Your Patients Medications and Their Impact on Dental Treatment

Harold Crossley

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

VCC West - Room 211

70

From Pain to Wellness – Opioids and Beyond

College of Dental Surgeons of BC Mark Donaldson Paul A. Farnan Cathy McGregor

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 109

58

Navigating Retirement: Enhancing Your Life After Dentistry

Ron Haik Alan Roadburg Susan Roberts

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 302/303

59

Clear on Codes: How to Protect Yourself from Insurance Audits

Tim Gould Patti-Anne Jones

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 215/216

65

How To Steal From A Dentist (for Dentists Only)

David Harris

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

VCC West - Room 217/218/219 VCC West - Room 119/120

70

Challenges and Questions with Building and Maintaining Wealth

John Nicola

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 304/305

76

Teamwork – It Makes Your Dental Dream Work!

Rosemary Bray

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

VCC West - Ballroom A

71

VCC West - Room 301

85

Transitioning in Today’s Market

Calvin Carpenter Henry Doyle Brian Rudy

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 304/305

82

Wasssuuup With Good Communication?

Rosemary Bray

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

VCC West - Ballroom A

71

The Heart and Soul of Ultrasonics

Judy Bendit

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

VCC West - Room 116/117

TREC TALK – Can You Be Values-Based and Highly Profitable?

Jan Jaffer Thomas Morris

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 302/303

87

Saturday 9:00 - 10:00

VCC West - Room 207

89

Ergonomics

Page

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Speakers

Pharmacology

Practice Management

Dentists as Employers: Rooting Out Workplace Erin Brandt Problems Before They Happen Heidi Eaves

VCC West - Room 301

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Speakers

Time

Location

Lioness Leadership “Thinking”

Katherine Eitel

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Room 1

87

Application of Financial Analyses for Clinic Owners & Managers

Samuel Hester

Saturday 10:00 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 207

90

5 Clinical Breakdowns Killing Patient Outcomes & Practice Revenue

Gabriele Maycher

Saturday 11:00 - 12:00

VCC West - Room 210

92

Lioness Leadership “Conversations”

Katherine Eitel

Saturday 12:30 - 3:00

VCC East - Room 1

88

The Six Levels to Engage Your Team and Increase Productivity

Roberto Erario

Saturday 1:00 - 2:00

VCC West - Room 207

92

The Art and Technology in Modern Interdisciplinary Treatment Planning

Christian Coachman

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

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

52

Dentrix Software Course (Advanced)

Henry Schein Software Course

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

VCC East - Room 7

New and Improved: Printing, Restoratives and Diagnostics

George Freedman

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 224

62

CAD/CAM as Routine Part of Dental Practice: Daily Digital Workflows

Jonathan Ferencz Marisa Notturno

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

VCC West - Room 306

69

Power Practice Software (Px202 Advanced)

Henry Schein Software Course

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

VCC East - Room 7

Sweet Tooth Obsession & Its Impact on Oral & Systemic Health

Karen Davis

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC East - Room 1

75

CAD/CAM and the Integration of 3D Imaging

Darin O’Bryan

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 302/303

76

Think Outside the Mouth – Treatment Planning for Nonsurgical Periodontal Treatment

Karen Davis

Friday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC East - Ballroom B

79

Oral Cancer Screening – If Not You, Then Who? Workshop

Karen Davis

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 114

LA28

48

Intraoral Scanning – Join the Connected Community Today

Jonathan Ferencz Marisa Notturno

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

VCC West - Room 113

LA39

45

Power Practice Software Course (Px101 Basic)

Henry Schein Software Course

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

VCC East - Room 7

LA22

45

Social Media and Dentistry: Effective Strategies in Social Media Awareness

Jesse Miller

Saturday 8:30 - 9:30

VCC West - Ballroom A/B

99

Immediate Dentistry

George Cowburn Christien Kopas

Saturday 10:00 - 11:30

TBD

99

The Essentials of Improved Patient Care using the Digital Dental Workflow

Jonathan Ng

Saturday 10:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 203

99

Creating Dentures with 3 Appointment Approach Using CAD/CAM Technology

Stephen Wagner

Saturday 1:00 - 2:30

VCC West - Room 202

100

Additive Manufacturing, Revolutionizing The Way Things Are Made

Barry Diener

Saturday 3:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Room 204

101

Enjoy The Ride

Steve Gilliland

Thursday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Ballroom C

60

Hide Your Goat

Steve Gilliland

Thursday 2:00 - 4:30

VCC West - Ballroom C

65

Teamwork – It Makes Your Dental Dream Work!

Rosemary Bray

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

VCC West - Ballroom A

71

VCC West - Room 301

85

Wasssuuup With Good Communication?

Rosemary Bray

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

VCC West - Ballroom A

71

VCC West - Room 301

85

Practice Management (continued)

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Limited Attendance

Session

Page

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LA11

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Communication

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Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Learning Pattern: Personal Development

Session

Limited Attendance

Speakers

Time

Location

Page

Social Media and Dentistry: Effective Strategies in Social Media Awareness

Jesse Miller

Saturday 8:30 - 9:30

VCC West - Ballroom A/B

99

Lioness Leadership “Thinking”

Katherine Eitel

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC East - Room 1

87

Lioness Leadership “Conversations”

Katherine Eitel

Saturday 12:30 - 3:00

VCC East - Room 1

88

Navigating Retirement: Enhancing Your Life After Dentistry

Ron Haik Alan Roadburg Susan Roberts

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 302/303

59

Cash Flow Trumps All

Steve Meldrum

Thursday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 304/305

60

Challenges and Questions with Building and Maintaining Wealth

John Nicola

Friday 8:30 - 11:00

VCC West - Room 304/305

76

New Rules, New Strategies – Changing Taxation Landscape

Mike Anderson Marty Clement Gurprit Mann

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 302/303

82

Transitioning in Today’s Market

Calvin Carpenter Henry Doyle Brian Rudy

Friday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 304/305

82

A Parent’s Dilemma: Giving Your Kids a Financial Head Start

Jim Doyle

Saturday 11:00 - 12:00

VCC West - Room 207

91

Hands-On Risk Management for the Practicing Dentist

Pierre Fournier

Saturday 2:00 - 3:00

VCC West - Room 210

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Street Drugs and Their Effects on You, Your Family and Your Dental Practice!

Harold Crossley

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

VCC West - Ballroom A

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Patients with Eating Disorders: Challenges for the Oral Health Professional

David Clark

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 306

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Avoid Liability: Know Your Patients Medications and Their Impact on Dental Treatment

Harold Crossley

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

VCC West - Room 211

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Oral/Systemic Connection: Periodontal Health and Heart Attack and Stroke Prevention

Larry Greenblatt

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

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

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VCC West - Room 217/218/219

85

The Power of Breath

Christine Bauman

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 304/305

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Addressing Orofacial Functional Patterns

Vera Horn

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 215/216

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Street Drugs and Their Effects on You, Your Family and Your Dental Practice!

Harold Crossley

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

VCC West - Ballroom A

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Patients with Eating Disorders: Challenges for the Oral Health Professional

David Clark

Thursday 1:30 - 4:00

VCC West - Room 306

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Avoid Liability: Know Your Patients Medications and Their Impact on Dental Treatment

Harold Crossley

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

VCC West - Room 211

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Oral/Systemic Connection: Periodontal Health and Heart Attack and Stroke Prevention

Larry Greenblatt

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

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

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VCC West - Room 217/218/219

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The Power of Breath

Christine Bauman

Saturday 9:00 - 11:30

VCC West - Room 304/305

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Communication (continued)

Topic Index of Speakers / Sessions

Finance/Practice Transition

General Medicine

Health

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Hands - On Courses

Thursday, March 9

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

All Day Courses Henry Schein

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am continues 1:30pm–4:00pm LA2 Cost: $149.00 VCC East - Room 7 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Technology CE Approval

CDSBC PM

ADA&C Y

CDHBC F.2

Dentrix is the most popular software sold in North America and this hands-on seminar is designed to provide the participants with a greater understanding of the program and it’s capabilities. While most aspects of the programs are touched upon, these seminars are geared towards effectively using the administrative functions and are ideal for both reception staff and administrative team members. Presented by Henry Schein

Note: Previous Dentrix experience is required to attend.

Repeated Courses (all day) Anterior and Posterior Direct Composite Restorations – Hands-On

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

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

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.

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am continues 1:30pm–4:00pm LA1 Cost: $495.00 VCC West - Room 111/112

Repeated on Friday, 8:30am–11:00am continues 1:30pm–4:00pm LA10 Cost: $495.00 VCC East - Room 111/112

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 Oral Care

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

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

Repeated Courses (afternoon) Endo Workshop for GPs: Locate, Instrument and Obturate Canals

Manor Haas is a certified specialist in endodontics. He is extensively involved in continuing education to dentists and has lectured and provided workshops internationally. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Dentists of Canada and is on staff at the University of Toronto and the Hospital for Sick Children. He maintains a full-time practice limited to endodontics and microsurgery in Toronto.

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

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA7 Cost: $295.00 VCC West - Room 201

Repeated on Friday, 8:30am–11:00am LA15

Cost: $295.00

VCC East - Room 201

This workshop is tailored for novice and experienced general dentists. Participants will learn, via exercises on acrylic and extracted teeth, how to locate and negotiate curved and cal’d canals (incl MB2), instrument and obturate faster and safer. Practical and honest tips and tricks will be included.

Note: The Thursday morning Open Session course on page 57 is a pre-requisite for this Hands-On course

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

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

DME

Dental/Medical Emergencies

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

NE

F

Not Eligible

Legend for ADA&C Y Yes NE Not Eligible

Professional Issues

N/A

Not Assigned

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Dentrix Software Course (Advanced)


Hands - On Courses

Thursday, March 9

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

Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Afternoon Courses Eliminating Fractures, Failures and Frustration From Your Practice Hands-On Alan M. Atlas, DMD

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA4

Cost: $295.00

VCC West - Room 115

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

Alan M. Atlas received his DMD degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine and currently serves there as Clinical Professor in the Department of Preventive and Restorative Sciences. His presentations span worldwide and he maintains a private practice dedicated to Esthetic and Comprehensive Restorative Dentistry located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Utilizing the Dental Microscope HD video projection, this hands-on workshop will provide techniques for successful direct posterior Class I and II composite resins and Class V restorations based on the scientific evidence. Emphasis will be on techniques to eliminate postoperative sensitivity. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

Posterior Preparation Design – Hands-On Lee Ann Brady, DMD

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA6

Cost: $295.00

Lee Ann Brady is a nationally recognized educator, lecturer and writer. Dr. Brady offers continuing education workshops and seminars through the Clinical Mastery Course Series. She maintains a private practice in Glendale Arizona, is a member of the editorial board for the JCD and DentalTown Magazines and Inside Dentistry.

VCC West - Room 114

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Dental Assisting, Materials/Techniques, Occlusion/TMD, Prevention/Diagnosis, Restorative/ Operative Dentistry, Treatment Planning CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Bobby Birdi, DMD, Dip Perio, Dip Pros, MS, FRCD(C), FACP, DABP

Ron Zokol, DMD

Cost $295.00

VCC West - Room 113 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants, Periodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Co-sponsored by Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc.

CDHBC N/A

4-D Implant Placement & Provisional Restoration Workshop

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA5

This hands-on workshop will give you the opportunity to see and do several preparations on bi-layered teeth that realistically mimic natural teeth. Posterior preps for full and partial coverage all ceramic restorations will be discussed and then completed by every participant.

CDHBC N/A

Bobby Birdi is a board certified dual specialist in Periodontics and Prosthodontics, in both the USA and Canada. He received his DMD from the University of Saskatchewan and both graduate degrees from the University of Minnesota. He is Co-Director of the Pacific Institute for Advanced Dental Education, and practices full-time at the BC Perio Dental Health & Implant Centres in Vancouver and Coquitlam. Ron Zokol is the founder of the Pacific Institute in Vancouver. He is Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology. He has Fellowships with the American Academy of Implant Dentistry and the American College of Dentists. Past chair, General Examination Committee and past chief examiner for the CDSBC. Dr. Zokol now practices at BC Perio providing surgical and prosthetic rehabilitation.

During this workshop, dentists will learn to place a dental implant and then learn various different methods of provisionalizing the implant. Dentists will learn to use various materials, abutments, and methods (Screw-Retained and Cement-Retained) to create provisional restorations. Co-sponsored by Nobel Biocare Canada Inc. Co-sponsored by Aurum Group

See Dr. Birdi and Dr. Zokol on the Live Dentistry Stage Friday at 2:00pm

Fall Back in Love with Your Diode Laser Again – Hands-On Workshop Glenn van As, BSc, DMD

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA8

Cost: $295.00

VCC West - Room 116/117

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Laser Dentistry CE Approval

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CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

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

In this afternoon session, attendees will see a short lecture followed by a demonstration of the diode laser and how it can be used successfully for soft tissue management in restorative dentistry. After the participants will have a chance to work with a laser on pigs jaws to improve techiques. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

“Corks ‘n’ Kegs” Thursday Evening – tickets available at the registration desk


Hands - On Courses

Friday, March 10

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

All Day Courses David Levitt, DDS

Friday, 8:00am–11:30am continues 12:30pm–4:00pm (special time) LA9 Cost $645.00 VCC West - Room 115

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Periodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

David Levitt graduated from the University Of Southern California School Of Dentistry in 1977. He has an extensive background in implantology, having attended formal training at Loma Linda University, the Medical College of Georgia, and the Mish Institute. He lectures extensively across the United States and is currently in private practice in Irvine, California.

This Bone Grafting course will teach you which materials to use when, where, and why. Using anatomical models, participants will practice grafting of a socket with a damaged or missing facial plate as well as learn how to treat the challenging maxillary posterior with osteotomes and a sinus bump. Presented by Perio Institute

Power Practice Software (Px202 Advanced) 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 Approval

CDSBC PM

ADA&C Y

CDHBC F.2

This hands-on seminar is designed to provide the participants with a greater understanding of the Power Practice, one of the leading Practice Management Software solutions sold in Canada. While most aspects of the programs are touched upon, these seminars are geared towards effectively using the administrative functions and are ideal for both reception staff and administrative team members. Presented by Henry Schein

Note: Previous Power Practice experience is required to attend.

Repeated Courses (all day) Anterior and Posterior Direct Composite Restorations – Hands-On

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

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

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.

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

VCC West - Room 111/112

Cost: $495.00

Repeated from Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am continues 1:30pm–4:00pm LA1 Cost: $495.00

VCC East - Room 111/112

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 Oral Care Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Materials/Techniques Restorative/OperativeDentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

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Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Bone Grafting Training – Includes Level One Guided Tissue Regeneration


Hands - On Courses

Friday, March 10

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

Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Repeated Courses (morning) Endo Workshop for GPs: Locate, Instrument and Obturate Canals

Manor Haas is a certified specialist in endodontics. He is extensively involved in continuing education to dentists and has lectured and provided workshops internationally. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Dentists of Canada and is on staff at the University of Toronto and the Hospital for Sick Children. He maintains a full-time practice limited to endodontics and microsurgery in Toronto.

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

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am LA15

Cost: $295.00

VCC West - Room 201

Repeated from Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA7

Cost: $295.00

VCC East - Room 201

This workshop is tailored for novice and experienced general dentists. Participants will learn, via exercises on acrylic and extracted teeth, how to locate and negotiate curved and cal’d canals (incl MB2), instrument and obturate faster and safer. Practical and honest tips and tricks will be included.

Note: The Thursday morning Open Session course on page 57 is a pre-requisite for this Hands-On course

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

ADA&C Y

Morning Courses “No-Prep” Veneers: Your Patients Want This And You Can Do It!

Gary Radz is on faculty at the University of Colorado, School of Dentistry. He is on the editorial board of eight professional journals, including the Journal of Cosmetic Dentistry and Oral Health. Over the past eighteen years, he has lectured internationally and published over 150 articles related to aesthetic dentistry and sleep apnea. Dr. Radz maintains a private practice in downtown Denver, CO.

Gary Radz, DDS

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am LA16

Cost: $295.00

VCC West - Room 116/117

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

Current growing popularity in “no-prep” veneers has created a lot of attention within the dental profession and the general public. This course is designed to help develop awareness of the potential of no-prep veneers as well as which patients are candidates. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

Better, Faster, Prettier Composite Hands-On

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

David Clark, DDS

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am LA13

Cost: $295.00

VCC West - Room 114

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Endodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

Join Dr. Clark to experience a unique approach to modern resin dentistry. Participants will perform injection molding to create ideal margins, rounded emergency profiles and mirror smooth restorations in 2 exercises: Deep Anterior Caries and Black Triangles. Co-sponsored by Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services

The ABC’s of Adhesive Bonding and Cementation 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

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am LA14

Cost: $295.00

VCC West - Room 113

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

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

Today dentists are faced with many choices when cementing or adhesively bonding restorations. This lecture and hands-on workshop is designed to simplify the decision making process by explaining the different adhesives and cements available today and demonstrating their use. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

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Hands - On Courses

Friday, March 10

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

Afternoon Courses

George K. Merijohn, DDS

Friday, 1:30pm–4:30pm (special time) LA19 Cost: $325.00 VCC West - Room 113

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

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

Hands-On Master Course in Periodontal Debridement Timothy Donley, DDS, MSD

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA17

Cost: $295.00

VCC West - Room 116/117

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Periodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC D.3

San Francisco periodontist George K. Merijohn practiced 28 years and is Associate Clinical Professor in postdoctoral periodontics at UCSF and University of Washington. He authors articles on gingival recession and the evidence-based approach; publishes; consults; lectures internationally; and leads gingival grafting workshops.

Autogenous gingival grafting is the gold standard and KIWImethod® minimally invasive recipient site prep and non-palatal tissue harvesting lessens postop bleeding/discomfort and improves outcomes. Learn root coverage and non-root coverage surgery. No pig jaws/ no cadavers: KIWImethod - a fresh new approach. Co-sponsored by Colgate

Timothy Donley is currently in the private practice of Periodontics and Implantology in Bowling Green, Kentucky. After graduating from the Notre Dame and Georgetown University School of Dentistry, Tim returned to Indiana University for his Masters Degree in Periodontics. He lectures internationally and recently co-authored the first-ever comprehensive textbook on ultrasonic debridement.

This fast-paced course finally gives attendees what they need to become supremely confidence in what to use and how to use it. Dr. Donley literally wrote the book on ultrasonic debridement. Attendees rotate through stations to master the skills necessary to effortlessly remove calculus and biofilm. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

Peri-Implant Disease: Implant Complications and Management Hands-On Workshop Jim Grisdale, BA, DDS, Dip. Prosth., Dip. Perio., MRCD(C)

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm LA18

Cost: $295.00

VCC West - Room 114

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Periodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Jim Grisdale is a Board Certified Specialist in Periodontics and Prosthodontics with a part time private practice in Vancouver, BC. Currently Dr. Grisdale is also a sessional lecturer in the Department of Graduate Periodontics at Loma Linda University. He is the director of the Pacific Rim Implant Learning Center. Dr. Grisdale also mentors periodontal and implant study clubs.

With the global dental implant market growing every year, it is anticipated that there will be a rise in peri-implant disease. This workshop will focus on the treatment of peri-implant diseases using state of the art instrumentation. Co-sponsored by Hu-Friedy Mfg Co.

CDHBC D.2 D.3

Note: The Friday morning Open Session course on page 75 is a pre-requisite for this Hands-On course

PDC Lab Expo

VCC West – Ballroom A/B

Exhibits 8:00am – 3:00pm Showcase Stage 9:30am – 3:00pm Lunch 11:30am – 12:30pm Official conference of the:

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

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Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

KIWImethod Hands-On Workshop: Minimally Invasive Autogenous Gingival Grafting


Hands - On Courses

Saturday, March 11

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

Official conference of the:

Academy of Emergency Training Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Emergency Medicine CE Approval

CDSBC CL

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 D.7

CPR – Health Care Professional Saturday, 9:00am–3:00pm Code: LA21 VCC East - Room 2/3

New CPR – Health Care Professional – On-line and Classroom Cost: $90.00

This hands-on class offers a high quality-training program in CPR training all team members in the NEW STANDARDS of CPR, based on the 2015 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: LA25

VCC West - Room 221/222

Repeated Saturday, 12:30pm–3:00pm Code: LA33 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 with the 2015 CPR Guidelines are covered. Please bring your CPR manual as none is provided.

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Requires current CPR-C within the past 2 years

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Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am Code: LA26 VCC East - Room 8/15

Repeated Saturday, 12:30pm–3:00pm Code: LA34 VCC East - Room 8/15

Cost: $75.00

Cost: $75.00

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


Hands - On Courses

Saturday, March 11

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

Official conference of the:

All Day Courses

David Levitt, DDS

Saturday, 8:00am–11:30am continues 12:30pm–4:00pm (special time) LA20 Cost $645.00 VCC West - Room 115

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Periodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Jonathan Ferencz, DDS, FACP Marisa Notturno, RDT

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am continues 12:30pm–3:00pm Cost $295.00

VCC West - Room 113 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Technology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Intermediate Bone Grafting with GTR will be reviewing the basics of bone grafting materials, membranes and the instrumentation required for successful regenerative procedures. The deficient aesthetic zone and the onlay, or horizontal bone graft, will be discussed and practiced on anatomical models. Presented by Perio Institute

CDHBC N/A

Intraoral Scanning – Join the Connected Community Today

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David Levitt graduated from the University Of Southern California School Of Dentistry in 1977. He has an extensive background in implantology, having attended formal training at Loma Linda University, the Medical College of Georgia, and the Mish Institute. He lectures extensively across the United States and is currently in private practice in Irvine, California.

CDHBC N/A

Jonathan Ferencz is a prosthodontist who maintains a private practice in NYC. He teaches part-time at NYU and has lectured throughout North America, South America, Europe and Asia. With over 30 publications in dental literature, his second textbook, “Fundamentals of CAD/CAM Dentistry” with co-author Nelson Silva is scheduled to be published in 2016. Marisa Notturno, Dental Laboratory Technican, is a graduate of New York City College of Technology. Marisa has continued her focus on ceramics and life-like restorations for the aesthetic zone with advanced training in Switzerland and training with E4D, 3Shape, Ivoclar Vivadent and Wieland Precision Technologies.

This unique hands-on program is designed for dentists. It will involve intra-oral scanning and design. Attendees will scan, design, mill and complete the crystallization and finishing of two lithium disillicate crowns. Co-sponsored by Henry Schein Co-sponsored by 3Shape

Power Practice Software Course (Px101 Basic) Henry Schein

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am continues 12:30pm–3:00pm LA22 Cost: $149.00 VCC East - Room 7

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Technology CE Approval

CDSBC PM

ADA&C Y

CDHBC F.2

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

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Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Intermediate Bone Grafting Training – Includes Level Two Guided Tissue Regeneration


Hands - On Courses

Saturday, March 11

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

Official conference of the:

Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

Repeated Courses Infection Control Workshop – What Works? Nancy Dewhirst, RDH, BS John Molinari, PhD

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

Repeated Saturday, 12:30pm–3:00pm VCC East - Room 110 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Safety/Infection Control CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC A.1

Now an Open Session No cost for course Laser Utilization in all Aspects of Dentistry: Perio, Endo, Sleep, Surgery, Implants Ilay Maden, DMD, MSc, PhD

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am LA29 Cost: $295.00 VCC West - Room 111/112

Repeated Saturday, 12:30pm–3:00pm LA36

Cost: $295.00

VCC West - Room 111/112

Nancy Dewhirst presents over 80 seminars yearly and is consistently listed as one of the U.S. “Leaders in CE”. Ms. Dewhirst graduated from University of Southern California and is an adjunct professor at West Coast University, Dental Hygiene. She has had numerous articles published, contributed to textbooks and is on the California Dental Assoc., Catapult and OSAP speaker’s bureaus. John Molinari is Director of Infection Control for THE DENTAL ADVISOR in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Professor Emeritus at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry. He has published over 500 scientific articles, reports, and chapters in the areas of microbiology and immunology, and lectures nationally and internationally on topics dealing with infectious diseases and infection control.

A variety of infection control products and approaches are presented in this lively and interactive hands-on workshop. Basic disease transmission and infection control are explored in light of current documented knowledge while using products as instructional tools. Misconceptions and common problems will be discussed, along with potential implications and consequences. The program is intended to help participants get maximum effectiveness from their infection control efforts. See (with glow-germs and other activities) how different techniques and products work for you! Ilay Maden is a specialist in periodontology and Lasers in Dentistry. He is the co-director of Seesaw Dental Education, representative of Aachen Dental Laser Centre AALZ and World Federation for Laser Dentistry WFLD in the United Kingdom, a lecturer for German Association of Oral Implantology and a training instructor for International Continuing Education Centre for Dental Implants IFZI, Germany.

Attendees of the Laser Hands-On workshop will have the chance to see lasers in action and observe hard tissue applications like cavity preparation, endodontic treatment and osteotomy in addition to soft tissue applications like frenectomy, depigmentation, gingivectomy and more. Co-sponsored by National Dental Inc.

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics, Laser Dentistry, Periodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC D.3

The Heart and Soul of Ultrasonics Judy Bendit, RDH, BS

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am LA27 Cost: $175.00 VCC West - Room 116/117

Repeated Saturday, 12:30pm–3:00pm LA35

Cost: $175.00

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

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CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Judy Bendit was born and raised in a dental office with over 40 years of experience in dentistry. Speaker, Author, Clinician. Faculty at Temple University School of Dentistry, Alumni member at University of Pennsylvania Dental School and advisory member at Palm Beach State College. Longstanding member of ADHA and Distinguished Academy member of the Pennsylvania DHA.

Let’s get to the Heart and Soul of Magnetostrictive Ultrasonics. Guidelines will be offered to aid you in selecting appropriate inserts to enhance the delivery of optimal treatment. Topics: activities involving tactile sensitivity, root anatomy, care and maintenance, and instrumentation techniques. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

CDHBC C.1 D.3

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Hands - On Courses

Saturday, March 11

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

Official conference of the:

Morning Courses Oral Cancer Screening – If Not You, Then Who? Workshop

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

Karen Davis, RDH, BSDH

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am LA28 Cost: $175.00 VCC West - Room 114 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Periodontics, Technology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC C.4 E.2

This hands-on course will equip participants in understanding the risks associated with oral cancer, and equip clinicians with skills to provide thorough intraoral and extraoral examinations. Participation limited to 24 and includes hands-on extraoral examinations. Co-sponsored by DentalEZ Integrated Solutions

Cone Beam Anatomy: Let’s Review What You May Be Missing

Dale Miles is a diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology and the American Board of Oral Medicine. He has been one of the “TOP CLINICANS IN CE” for the past 14 years by Dentistry Today. He has authored 135 scientific articles, 6 textbooks, including the best selling atlas on cone beam imaging, “Atlas of Cone Beam Imaging for Dental Applications”.

Dale Miles, DDS, MS, FRCD(C)

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am LA31 Cost: $295.00 VCC West - Room 119

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Digital Imaging CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC C.1 C.3

This anatomy lecture and hands-on review session will build your confidence for reviewing your cone beam images. You will review anatomy in all planes of section and create a minireference atlas for your office.

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Pacific Dental Conference

Hands-On Courses at the BCDA Learning Centre

The Pacific Dental Conference continues to offer quality Hands-On Courses year round! Visit www.pdconf.com and click on the PDC365 icon to discover more information on our PDC365 Hands-On Courses.

Upcoming Courses!

James Kohner – July 14/15, 2017 Gingival and Connective Tissue Grafting Crown Lengthening


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Hands-On Courses – Limited Attendance

So You Want To Take Dental Photographs – Let’s Make It Easy! Richard Young, DDS

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am LA32 Cost: $295.00

Online & in-person courses

VCC West - Room 120

Minimize time away from practice

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Photography CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC D.3

Richard Young is an assistant professor of restorative dentistry at LLUSD. His interest in dental photography spans the last 28 years and he is recognized for his expertise in digital photography. His innovative and practical methods have inspired countless colleagues to adopt digital photography into their clinical procedures. He maintains a practice with his wife focusing on aesthetic dentistry.

In today’s world of visual communication attractive dental photographs are imperative. This hands on course will present a simplified yet artistic approach to digital dental photography and portraits. It will guide you in selecting the correct cameras, accessories, and software for your practice.

FREE subscription for BCDA members and their staff team Courses & online resources for dentists and staff team

Log in to view our course library including:

Dr. Raymon Grewal

Dr. Sonia Leziy “A Blueprint for Ideal Implant Esthetics”

“Responsible Antibiotic Use in Dentistry”

Dr. Joel Fransen “Big Issue About a Little Tissue”

Jesse Miller “Social Media and the Dental Professional”

bcdental.org

The ‘Announcements’ feature on the App provides up to the minute information and the latest Tweets

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Inside the Exhibit Hall Today

Thursday, March 9

Live Dentistry Stage

Sponsored by

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

9:00am–10:45am

Thursday Open Sessions

ARC – Dermal Graft vs Connective Tissue Grafts For Root Coverage Sonia Leziy, DDS, BSc Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approval CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

Sonia Leziy received her DDS (McGill University), Periodontics (UBC). She is executive VP of Clinical Affairs (SSC), has chaired programs for the AAED, BioHorizons and other organizations. She lectures internationally, has published on implants and perioplastic surgery, recipient of mentorship/education awards (Lucy Hobbs, Saul Schluger), and is recognized as an authority on implant aesthetics.

This live demonstration will discuss and illustrate the use of connective tissue and dermal grafts with microsurgical approaches for coverage of exposed roots and to enhance thin gingival biotypes in a split mouth approach. Patient preparation, flap management, graft selection/handling/tissue quality and suturing techniques/suture material selection and haemostasis will be reviewed. These techniques can be applied to handling both simple to moderately complex cases. Post-surgical care, and follow-up protocols and handling of complications and normal side-effects will be discussed. Co-sponsored by BioHorizons Canada Co-sponsored by GluStitch Inc.

11:00am–2:00pm

N-Sequence: Guided Surgery & Guided Prosthetics – Full Arch Implant Rehabilitation Bernard Jin, DMD, BSc, BEd Mark Kwon, DMD, FICOI Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approval CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

Bernard Jin received his DMD from the University of British Columbia. Thereafter, he developed a passion for periodontics and oral surgery while in the Vancouver General Hospital GPR Program. In private practice, Dr. Jin provides treatments with emphasis on implant dentistry, full mouth rehabilitation and osseous/soft-tissue grafting. Dr. Jin is also a faculty instructor at BITES Institute. Mark Kwon studied in Pharmaceutical Sciences and obtained his Doctors of Dental Medicine from UBC. He is a full time clinician in his implant only practice, Chrysalis Dental Centre and focuses on various implant surgeries, advanced bone grafting and full mouth reconstruction including Immediate “Teeth-in-a-Day” procedures.

During this live stage event, a latest technological advancement in Guided Implant solution will be presented. ‘All-on-6: Teeth-in-a-Day’ full arch live surgery will be performed using ‘nSequence Guided Protocol.’ This entails highly sophisticated, software-driven, meticulous treatment planning, and the design process of nSequence. As result, precise implant placement using 3D printed surgical guides, and immediate delivery of pre-constructed bridge will be performed. We hope to change lives, one smile at a time! 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.

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Exhibit Hall Reception 4:00pm - 5:15pm – Sponsored by Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc.


PRODUCT STAGE Thursday, March 9

Healthy Patients = Healthy Practice Crest Oral-B

Thursday, 9:30am–10:30am

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

Crest +Oral-B features a complete line of preventive products including Crest toothpaste, Oral-B manual/power toothbrushes, Crest Whitestrips, a line of premium flosses and interdental products, as well as office/home fluoride products. Visit the Crest + Oral-B booth or online @ www.dentalcare.ca.

The Millionaire Dentist: 3 Secrets for The Millionaire Investor Pinnacle Wealth Brokers

Thursday, 10:30am–11:30am

Prosthetic Driven Implant Planning Using Carestream Digital Workflow Carestream Dental

Thursday, 11:30am–12:30pm

Predictable Implant Placement Using Dynamic Surgical Guidance: The 21st Century

Navigate Surgical Technologies Inc.

Thursday, 12:30pm–1:30pm

CariVu – Caries Detection Device A Brilliant New Approach to Discovering Caries and Cracks Henry Schein

Thursday, 1:30pm–2:30pm

Jump In … The Water’s CLEAN Crosstex International

Thursday, 2:30pm–3:30pm

Thursday Open Sessions

Crest Oral B understands your current patient challenges. Join us to stay up to date on the latest trends and award winning innovations Learn about breakthrough technologies and interactive educational tools to coach, motivate and empower your patients. Draws held at the end of the presentation. Pinnacle Wealth Brokers - Do you have more than a million dollars in net worth? Are you looking for an alternative to ordinary buy and hold investment strategies? Our firm provides you with access to common sense, non-stock market based investments.

Pinnacle Wealth Brokers is a financial services company that specializes in finding and making available well-researched private investment opportunities. Learn how some of the highest performing investment portfolios in the country use private investments to achieve their rates of return. Carestream - Digital intraoral and computed radiography systems, 3D imaging systems, panoramic and cephalometric imaging systems, intraoral cameras, CAD/CAM restorative solutions, imaging software, practice management software/services, intraoral and extraoral films, x-ray equipment, chemistry and anesthetics.

Prosthetically driven implant planning is a digital integrated implant solution that combines digital impression and CBCT scan to create a virtual set-up. Virtually plan crown and implant to support confident diagnoses, improved treatment planning, better patient/referral communication and greater confidence when placing implants. Navigate Surgical Technologies Inc. - Inliant Clinical™: Provides dynamic surgical guidance during dental implant procedures, displaying the real-time location of the handpiece and surgical drill on the CBCT images of the patient and plan.

The lecture will review the everyday uses of Inliant in helping achieve a predictable, safe surgical outcome for patients; as well as implant placements that allow for better prosthetic results based on the original prosthetic plan and design. Henry Schein - a Fortune 500® company and a member of the NASDAQ 100® Index, is the world’s largest provider of health care products and services to office-based practitioners. Widely recognized across Canada for our excellent customer service, highly competitive prices.

DEXIS CariVu™ is a compact, portable caries detection device that uses patented transillumination technology to support the identification of occlusal, interproximal and recurrent carious lesions and cracks. CariVu continues in the long DEXIS tradition of providing intuitive, easy-to-use diagnostic tools for the dental community. Crosstex International - a division of Cantel Medical, is a global leader in infection prevention/compliance products that include – Waterline Treatment, Sterility Assurance Monitoring and Packaging, Personal Protection Equipment (PPE – Face Masks), Conscious Sedation Equipment/Nasal Hoods (Masks) and Preventives.

Providing clean, safe dental water is critical to effective infection control protocols. Challenges of basic equipment design and tubing contribute to the development of biofilm in DUWL. Discussion will include current guidelines related to CFU water standards and protocol recommendations for best treatment of DUWL to ensure patient and clinician safety.

NeoMTA Plus® – A New MTA For “Everyday” Dentistry Endo/Tech

Thursday, 3:30pm–4:30pm

Endo/Tech is a Canadian company that has been providing Dentists innovative products since 1994. Our product line has been carefully developed to assist practitioners with their clinical needs. At the PDC Endo/Tech will be highlighting many of our most popular products, please stop by and say hello!

The unique characteristics and clinical benefits of MTA Plus materials for use in primary and permanent teeth, including everyday dental procedures, will be described. NeoMTA Plus has overcome the shortcomings of other MTA-type products in handling, setting, discoloration and high cost.

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Open Sessions

Thursday, March 9

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

All Day Presentations The Art and Technology in Modern Interdisciplinary Treatment Planning

Christian Coachman graduated in Dental Technology in 1995 and in Dentistry at the University of São Paulo/Brazil in 2002. Member of the Brazilian and American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, and the developer of techniques as the Pink Hybrid Implant Restoration, the Digital Smile Design and the Virtual Lab concepts.

Christian Coachman, CDT, DDS

Thursday Open Sessions

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

Speaker Host: Dr. Richard Kofsky

VCC West - Room 202/203/204

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Treatment Planning, Technology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC F.2

This lecture will provide an Overview of the digital dentistry world; The equipment, software and technology available; The interdisciplinary facially guided treatment plan in the digital world; How to integrate this technology in your clinic and take advantage of this new era. Co-sponsored by Aurum Group

Endodontics for Today’s Modern Practice

Richard J. Gray graduated from USC in June of 1990. He began his career as a Dental Officer in the United States Navy, where he completed a GPR at Naval Hospital, Camp Pendleton. He returned to USC to complete his Endo residency in July 2000. He relocated with his family to Richmond Virginia in 2008 and established Apex Endodontics. Dr. Gray lectures both nationally and internationally on Endodontics.

Richard J. Gray, DMD

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am continues 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 220

Speaker Host: Dr. Peter Yoo

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

All things endodontic for the modern age dental practice. Explore current concepts of proper endodontic diagnosis, access preparations, cleaning, shaping, irrigation, and obturation protocols. Discuss advances in NiTi files to include the latest information on controlled memory martensitic files. Co-sponsored by Coltene Inc.

Evidence Based Endodontics: Diagnosis, Glide Path, Instrumentation and Obturation

David Landwehr, a Wisconsin native, earned his DDS at the University of Minnesota. He earned an MS degree and certificate in Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology at The Ohio State University followed by specialty training in Endodontics at the University of Michigan. His teaching focuses on techniques he uses daily in his clinical practice that are efficient and evidence based.

David Landwehr, DDS, MS

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

Speaker Host: Dr. Joanne Pouchet

VCC West - Room 118

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

Endodontic success is dependent on a variety of interrelated factors. This seminar will provide a comprehensive review of endodontic diagnosis. Cutting edge instrumentation options will be discussed and enhanced irrigation protocols and obturation techniques will be presented. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona Endodontics

A Practical Approach to Oral Surgery For The General Dentist

Larry Gaum is a dentist and oral surgeon with a practice in Toronto, ON. He has been teaching oral surgery to his GP colleagues for over 30 years and his seminars are usually sold out. He is a graduate of Dalhousie University, University of Pittsburgh and Wilmington Medical Centers in Delaware. He is a former lecturer at University of Toronto. He is the Director of Oral Surgery Academy for General Dentists.

Larry Gaum, DDS, FADSA, FICD

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am continues 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 121/122

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Surgery CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

This course is designed specifically for general dentists who wish to perform more surgeries in their own offices and refer less cases to specialists. The surgeries covered are of the “Bread and Butter” variety and will explore general surgical techniques that are valuable and practical for the GP.

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

DME

Dental/Medical Emergencies

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

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F

Not Eligible

Legend for ADA&C Y Yes NE Not Eligible

Professional Issues

N/A

Not Assigned

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


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 9

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

All Day Presentations Street Drugs and Their Effects on You, Your Family and Your Dental Practice!

Hal Crossley is Professor Emeritus at the University of Maryland Dental School. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy from the University of Rhode Island in 1964, the Master of Science (1970) and Doctorate degrees (1972) in Pharmacology. The University of Maryland Dental School in Baltimore awarded Dr. Crossley the DDS degree in 1980.

Harold Crossley, DDS, MS, PhD

Thursday, 9:00am–11:30am (special time) continues 2:00pm–4:30pm Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Pharmacology, General Medicine, Health CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC D.1 D.4

Speaker Host: Donna Hogan

What is the impact on my practice of providing dental care for patients who are and/or have been chemically dependent? How can I recognize and manage the “doctor shopper”? This presentation includes the origins, types, signs and symptoms of commonly abused prescription and illicit drugs.

Repeated Presentations (morning) Excellence in Dental Assisting Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA, CDD ACE

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

Repeated Friday, 9:00am–11:30am (special time) VCC East - Ballroom C Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Assisting CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

Lori Trost, DMD

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am Repeated Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 211 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Assisting ADA&C NE

Nancy Dewhirst, RDH, BS

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

Repeated Thursday, 2:00pm–4:30pm (special time) VCC East - Ballroom B Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Safety/Infection Control CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Lori Trost maintains a private restorative practice in Columbia, IL who brings a practical, innovative, and efficient team-based approach to patient care. She regularly contributes articles to a wide variety of professional journals and is a clinical evaluator. Dr. Trost has been spotlighted as a “Top 25” Women in Dentistry in DPR and also a Leader in Continuing Education by Dentistry Today.

This program will introduce “easy-to-implement” techniques and tips that are effective and efficient for everyday practical dentistry. Expect this program to enhance your chair side techniques along with improved dental materials knowledge to create easier and more consistent patient care.

CDHBC B.2 C.5

Hot Topics in Infection Control

CE Approval

Excellence in Dental Assisting was designed for the dental assistant, perspectives and techniques to create success from Our side of the chair. Learning together to build congruence and colaboration that result in predictable success.

Speaker Host: Nicole Carleton

VCC East - Room 2/3

CDSBC CL

Speaker Host: Birgit Gajdos

CDHBC B.2 C.5

From How to Wow – Become A Prepared and Smart Dental Assistant

CE Approval

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.

Nancy Dewhirst presents over 80 seminars yearly and is consistently listed as one of the U.S. “Leaders in CE”. Ms. Dewhirst graduated from University of Southern California and is an adjunct professor at West Coast University, Dental Hygiene. She has had numerous articles published, contributed to textbooks and is on the California Dental Assoc., Catapult and OSAP speaker’s bureaus. Speaker Host: Cheri Wu

“Hot Topics” include updates on disease threats and the best control methods blending science with reality. Review Canadian Guidelines and basic principles for Infection Control and consider safety challenges such as aerosol transmitted diseases (ATD’s), limits of PPE and resistant pathogens.

CDHBC A.1

“Corks ‘n’ Kegs” Thursday Evening – tickets available at the registration desk

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Thursday Open Sessions

VCC West - Ballroom A


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 9

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

Thursday Open Sessions

Repeated Presentations (morning) What Marriage Advice Can Teach Us About Creating Successful, Long Lasting Dentistry Dan Fischer, DDS, FAGD, CEO

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dr. Dan Kingsbury

VCC West - Room 110

Repeated Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 110 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Materials/Techniques CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

John Svirsky, DDS, MEd

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

Repeated Friday, 9:00am–11:30am (special time) VCC East - Ballroom A Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Modern operative dentistry is guided by some very important principles that must be understood in order to create predictable, quality, long-lasting results. There is a plethora of materials available today,and we as clinicians must be as knowledgeable as possible about each of them. Co-sponsored by Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services

CDHBC C.5 D.3

Come In and Catch It: The Review That Sticks

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Dan Fischer graduated from Loma Linda University in 1974. He maintained a full time private practice with an emphasis on aesthetic dentistry for 15 years, working after hours on R&D of various products to help improve the dental industry. He is the founder, owner, and CEO of Ultradent Products, INC where he is active in R&D of many products with numerous domestic and foreign patents granted/pending.

John Svirsky is a board certified oral pathologist at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). He is a sought after speaker with an international reputation as an informative and entertaining lecturer. He has received the outstanding alumnus award from VCU in 2013, the Distinguished Service Award from the Dawson Academy and an honorary membership in the American Academy of Oral Medicine. Speaker Host: Dr. Suzanne Carlisle

This is the perfect review course that covers the recognition, diagnosis and treatment of the 25 soft tissue lesions that every dentist and hygienist should know and treat appropriately. A number of the entities only require recognition. The classic lesions that have been forgotten since school will be brought back to life and your diagnostic confidence will be re-energized. Dr. Svirsky makes oral pathology fun!

CDHBC C.4

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


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 9

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

Morning Presentations Tooth Bleaching of All Types: From the Youngest to the Oldest Patients

Van Haywood is a Professor in the Department of Oral Rehabilitation, Dental College of Georgia at Augusta University in Augusta, Georgia USA. In 1989, he co-authored the first publication in the world on Nightguard vital bleaching (at-home tray bleaching) with Dr. Harald Heymann. He has over 145 publications on the tray bleaching technique, including bleaching tetracycline stained teeth, and single dark teeth.

Van Haywood, DMD

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Sonya Spencer

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC B.2 D.3

Explore tray bleaching, in-office bleaching, and OTC bleaching based on published research and clinical experience, from treating children to older adults. Learn a proper examination and treatment for discolorations of brown and white spots, nicotine stains and tetracycline-stained teeth.

Posterior Composites That Last

Lee Ann Brady is a nationally recognized educator, lecturer and writer. Dr. Brady offers continuing education workshops and seminars through the Clinical Mastery Course Series. She maintains a private practice in Glendale Arizona, is a member of the editorial board for the JCD and DentalTown Magazines and Inside Dentistry.

Lee Ann Brady, DMD

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 217/218/219 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Dental Assisting, Materials/Techniques, Occlusion/TMD, Prevention/Diagnosis, Restorative/Operative Dentistry, Treatment Planning CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Speaker Host: Dr. Lanny Donald

Posterior Composites are the mainstay for many practices. Being able to perform them predictably with efficiency is the goal. This lecture will look at current materials, techniques and instrumentation to accomplish those goals.

CDHBC N/A

10 Solutions for 10 Everyday Problems: Minimally Invasive Dentistry

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

David Clark, DDS

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dr. Paul West

VCC West - Room 301 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Endodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

Minimally Invasive Dentistry is a worthwhile goal but the practical techniques, instruments and materials are often lacking. In this fast paced, practical and entertaining lecture Dr. Clark will provide lear “Monday Morning Solutions” to solve impediments to true progress in every day dentistry. Co-sponsored by Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services

CDABC Forum – CBCT and Endodontics

Pommy S. Hallen earned his DMD from UBC in 2002 and earned his Endodontic Certificate from USC in 2011. He is a Clinical Associate Instructor at UBC and currently maintains a specialized practice in Endodontics in Surrey, Maple Ridge, and Langley. Dr. Hallen is a Founding Member of the Dental Ed Study Club in the Fraser Valley. Pommy enjoys sharing his knowledge and insights into Clinical Endodontics. 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. As an association, we provide our members with volunteer opportunities, continuing education courses, information resources, job postings, monthly newsletters and much more.

Pommy S. Hallen, BSc. (Microbi.), DMD, FRCD(C), Cert. Endo

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 211 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Dental Assisting, Endodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

This course will provide an overview of CBCT technology and its use in Endodontics. The lecture will use videos of CBCT scans to illustrate how CBCT helps improve endodontic outcomes. The course will involve audience participation; bring your Smart Phones to win Prizes! Presented by the Certified Dental Assistants of British Columbia

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Thursday Open Sessions

VCC East - Room 11/12


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 9

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

Morning Presentations Conquering Adhesion Dentistry and Direct Posterior Composite Esthetic Restorations

Thursday Open Sessions

Alan M. Atlas, DMD

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dr. Harpradeep Ratia

VCC West - Room 306

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

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC B.2 C.5

Using Botulinum Toxin to Enhance the Ultimate Smile Design Warren Roberts, DMD Jan Roberts, BSc, DMD

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

VCC West - Room 208/209 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Treatment Planning CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Alan M. Atlas received his DMD degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine and currently serves there as Clinical Professor in the Department of Preventive and Restorative Sciences. His presentations span worldwide and he maintains a private practice dedicated to Esthetic and Comprehensive Restorative Dentistry located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

CDHBC N/A

Key fundamental concepts will determine the long-term favorable outcome of direct composite resin restorations. Procedures and techniques for success with adhesives and composites will be reviewed and demonstrated with the Dental Microscope HD Video, based on on the most current scientific evidence. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

Warren Roberts is a leading Botox educator who teaches physicians, dentists, nurses internationally. To be an exceptional practitioner with no negative side effects, Dr. Roberts believes you need a deep understanding of head and neck anatomy, and specific injection techniques. His program content is now being adopted by regulatory boards across Canada to develop the “Standard of Practice”. Jan Roberts is a top cosmetic dentist in Vancouver and has been in practice for 35+ yrs. She is currently in the final stages of her AACD accreditation. Dr. Roberts is the leading voice on how the combination of cosmetic dentistry and facial rejuvenation (cosmetic and therapeutic) can work together to improve patient care. Speaker Host: Anthy Goulas

The frame around a cosmetic smile design needs to be attractive or it detracts from the work of art it surrounds. When the frame is complimentary and congruent with the smile it encompasses, the overall result is enhanced. Botox can be used to enhance the overall result of cosmetic smile makeovers.

Is the Mandibular Block Passe? Stanley F. Malamed, DDS

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

Speaker Host: Britta Conn

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Anaesthesia, Emergency Medicine CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Stanley F. Malamed, a dentist anesthesiologist, is emeritus professor of dentistry at the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of University of Southern California, in Los Angeles, California.

CDHBC C.1 D.5

The ‘mandibular nerve block (NB)’ has one of the lowest success rates of NBs administered in the human body. Newer techniques, such as the Gow-Gates mandibular NB; AkinosiVazirani NB; intraosseous anesthesia; periodontal ligament injection (PDL) and intracrestal techniques have been developed in an effort to improve success in this area. Articaine HCl has had significant success when administered by mandibular infiltration in adults, while buffering local anesthetics can speed the rate of onset of anesthesia as well as increase its depth.

CDHBC Forum College of Dental Hygienists of BC

Thursday, 9:00am–11:30am (special time) VCC East - Ballroom B Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene CE Approval

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CDHBC F.1

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.

Please join the Registrar and College staff for an update on current issues related to Dental Hygiene. Presented by the College of Dental Hygienists of BC

“Corks ‘n’ Kegs” Thursday Evening – tickets available at the registration desk


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 9

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

Morning Presentations Root Canals Done Better, Faster and Safer: A Practical Course for GPs VCC West - Room 119/120

Speaker Host: Dr. Pierre Vigneault

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

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

Many topics with practical and honest tips and tricks will be presented to help GPs perform better root canals, with less stress and more efficiently. This will include endo diagnosis, anaesthesia, access preparations, safer and faster instrumentation, obturation, pain and infection management. Note: This Open Session course is a pre-requisite for the Hands-On courses on pages 39 and 42

Today’s Comprehensive Treatment Planning, Simple to Complex Bobby Birdi, DMD, Dip Perio, Dip Pros, MS, FRCD(C), FACP, DABP

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dr. Kenneth (Ken) Donald

VCC West - Room 215/216 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants, Periodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

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

CDHBC N/A

This course is designed to help the clinician understand and implement current concepts in surgical, periodontal and prosthetic dentistry. The presentation will outline how new innovations will affect patient selection, treatment planning, and decision-making in the simplest to most complex cases. Co-sponsored by Nobel Biocare Canada Inc. Co-sponsored by Aurum Group

See Dr. Birdi on the Live Dentistry Stage Friday at 2:00pm

Have You Fallen Out of Love with Your Diode Laser? – Light Up that Passion Again! Glenn van As, BSc, DMD

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

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Anitra Donald

VCC West - Room 224

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Laser Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC D.3

In this enlightening lecture, attendees will learn how the diode can be an integral part of your soft tissue management for restorative team, improve healing and pain postoperatively, and how it can benefit your daily practice with an emphasis on clinical tips to better enable successful integration. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

Advances in Laser Dentistry – Perio, Endo, Sleep, Surgery, Cosmetic, Implants and More Ilay Maden, DMD, MSc, PhD

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Mira Duszynska

VCC West - Room 221/222 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Laser Dentistry, Periodontics, Sleep Apnea CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Ilay Maden is a specialist in periodontology and Lasers in Dentistry. He is the co-director of Seesaw Dental Education, representative of Aachen Dental Laser Centre AALZ and World Federation for Laser Dentistry WFLD in the United Kingdom, a lecturer for German Association of Oral Implantology and a training instructor for International Continuing Education Centre for Dental Implants IFZI, Germany.

CDHBC D.3

The session will include an overview of lasers in dentistry including indications, advantages and benefits of using lasers in dentistry. Attendees will also learn how lasers work and provide these advantages. Additional indications like facial aesthetics and snoring treatment will also be discussed. Co-sponsored by National Dental Inc.

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Thursday Open Sessions

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am

Manor Haas is a certified specialist in endodontics. He is extensively involved in continuing education to dentists and has lectured and provided workshops internationally. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Dentists of Canada and is on staff at the University of Toronto and the Hospital for Sick Children. He maintains a full-time practice limited to endodontics and microsurgery in Toronto.


Open Sessions Morning Presentations

From Pain to Wellness Thursday Open Sessions

Opioids and

Beyond Addiction medicine, dental pharmacology, and practitioner wellness program expertise come together for a timely panel discussion on the dental profession’s role in responding to the current public health crisis.

Thursday, March 9 at 8:30 am

From Pain to Wellness – Opioids and Beyond Mark Donaldson, BSP, ACPR, PHARMD, FASHP, FACHE Paul A. Farnan, MD, FCFPC, ABAM dipl Cathy McGregor, DMD

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

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Pharmacology, Practice Management CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC D.1 F.1

Mark Donaldson has practised as a clinical pharmacy specialist, clinical coordinator and director of pharmacy services at many healthcare organizations. He has spent the last 18 years focusing on dental pharmacology and dental therapeutics, and is a leader in the field. He is currently the Senior Executive Director, Pharmacy Advisory Services for Vizient, in Whitefish, Montana. Paul Farnan has worked as a consultant in the fields of Occupational Medicine and Addiction Medicine for over 20 years. He has a longstanding interest in the health and wellbeing of healthcare providers, especially relating to substance use disorders. His current work involves comprehensive assessment and treatment planning for healthcare providers and other safety-sensitive professionals. Cathy McGregor is the Health and Directed Education Program Head at the College of Dental Surgeons of BC. She is responsible for standards and compliance monitoring as well as the CDSBC wellness program. Cathy received her dentistry degree from UBC in 1980. She worked in private practice and taught part-time at UBC for 25 years before joining the College in 2009.

What is the role of the dental profession in responding to the public health crisis caused by over prescribing? Practitioners are patients too. Learn how CDSBC guides registrants in their return to safe practice. Presented by the College of Dental Surgeons of BC

Followed at 1:30 pm by Appropriate Antibiotic and Analgesic Prescribing in Dentistry with Dr. Mark Donaldson

Practical Pediatric Dentistry for the General Practitioner and Team Carla Cohn, DMD

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 212/213/214 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Pediatric Dentistry CE Approval

Visit us at Booth 329

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC B.2 C.5

Carla Cohn is a general dentist, devoted solely to the practice of dentistry for children. She maintains a private practice at Kids Dental in Winnipeg, Canada. Dr. Cohn is an international speaker and author on practical paediatric dentistry for the general practitioner. Speaker Host: Dr. Nazanin Bastani

Keep your kids IN your practice. This course will give you practical points on how to treat your little patients well. Restorative treatment options for cooperative and not so cooperative children will be addressed for both anterior and posterior dentition.

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Thursday, March 9

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

Morning Presentations Navigating Retirement: Enhancing Your Life After Dentistry Ron Haik, MBA, CFP®, CIM®, FCSI®, CIWM®, TEP Alan Roadburg, PhD Susan Roberts, BA, FLMI®, ACS, AIAA, CHS™ VCC West - Room 302/303 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Finance/Practice Transition CE Approval

CDSBC NE

ADA&C Y

Are you on-track towards reaching your insurance and investment goals? Find out – in person at the Pacific Dental Conference. CDSPI will be presenting an informative seminar on Thursday, March 9th from 8:30 - 11:00am: Navigating Retirement: Enhancing Your Life After Dentistry

CDHBC N/A

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. Alan Roadburg presents a unique approach to retirement lifestyle education. His Life Goal Planning approach focuses on the need to replace satisfactions lost from work – a key element for today’s Boomer retirees. He has conducted exclusive research among 1400 retirees and is the author of the Life After Work series of books.

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Susan Roberts is VP, Insurance Advisory Services at CDSPI. She leads a team of insurance advisors and claims professionals who work with dentists across Canada. She is fluent in French and is licensed in Quebec as a Damage Insurance Broker, Financial Security Advisor and Advisor in Group Insurance Plans. Susan holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Western.

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This session will bring together a comprehensive life planning approach to preparing for a life after dentistry – financially, physically and mentally – as presented through the eyes of retirement planning professionals.

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Thursday Open Sessions

Let’s Talk about Your Financial Future

Thursday, 8:30am–11:00am


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 9

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

Morning Presentations Enjoy The Ride Steve Gilliland, BA, MBA

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

Thursday Open Sessions

VCC West - Ballroom C Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication CE Approval

CDSBC NE

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

Cash Flow Trumps All Steve Meldrum, B.Mgt. CFP® CLU®

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

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Finance/Practice Transition CE Approval

CDSBC NE

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

A member of the Speaker Hall of Fame, Steve Gilliland is one of the most in-demand and top-rated speakers in the world. Recognized as a master storyteller and brilliant comedian, he can be heard daily on SiriusXM Radio’s Laugh USA. Steve has the distinction of speaking in all 50 states and in 15 countries. Speaker Host: Dr. Myrna Halpenny

A blueprint for getting the most out of life, Enjoy The Ride™ is a hilarious and brilliantly conceived keynote that causes people to examine where they are personally and professionally. It lifts people up and inspires them to evolve and appreciate, rather than simply maintain and exist. Steve Meldrum founded Swell Private Wealth Ltd in 2014 after a decade of experience. He completed a Bachelor of Management degree from the University of Lethbridge in 2004. Part of his studies was in Guadalajara, Mexico. He is a Certified Financial Planner and CALU. Engagements with University of Alberta - Dentistry and Engineering, AB Law Society and CALU helped people expand, protect and perpetuate wealth.

Speaker Host: Joan Kovacik

Cash flow is critical at every stage of your career. Comprehensive concepts to expand, protect and perpetuate your wealth will be shared using real cases. Learn how to optimize your cash flow; now and in the future.

Afternoon Presentations Bleaching Tips and Pearls: Single Dark Teeth, Sensitivity and Caries Control Van Haywood, DMD

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Sonya Spencer

VCC East - Room 1

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC C.5 D.3 D.6

A Recipe for Success with Direct Composites Douglas Lambert, BSB, DDS

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

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Van Haywood is a professor in the Department of Oral Rehabilitation, Dental College of Georgia at Augusta University in Augusta, Georgia USA. In 1989, he co-authored the first publication in the world on Nightguard vital bleaching (at-home tray bleaching) with Dr. Harald Heymann. He has over 145 publications on the tray bleaching technique, including bleaching tetracycline stained teeth, and single dark teeth.

CDHBC N/A

Bleaching pearls include an overview of a smile analysis, tips on bonding composite restorations to lighter teeth, appropriate tray fabrication for a single dark tooth and internal bleaching of endodontically-treated teeth. Learn “boil and form” tray fabrication and sensitivity/caries treatment.

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

Speaker Host: Dr. Anton Luu

Composite resins offer the patient the most simple and cost-effective way to achieve an aesthetic change in the mouth, but not without a learning curve along the way. This program will offer a “Recipe for Success” based on clinical fundamentals with integration of current technologies and materials. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

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“Corks ‘n’ Kegs” Thursday Evening – tickets available at the registration desk


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 9

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

Afternoon Presentations Esthetic Essentials: Techniques, Technology and Materials for the Esthetic Dentist Gary Radz, DDS

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

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC C.5

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

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

ADA&C Y

Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

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

VCC West - Room 301 CDSBC CL

Today’s aesthetically focused dental practice has many options available to help them provide beautiful restorations and great smiles. This course is designed to create awareness of the more recent materials, techniques and technologies that can make aesthetic dentistry more efficient and predictable.

CDHBC N/A

Dr. Clark will present his recently published approach to early recognition and treatment of dentin and enamel cracks. His new approach of routine identification could challenge and transform restorative practice. Have confidence identifying early tooth fractures with high-level magnification. Co-sponsored by Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services

MythBreakers in Dentistry Ed Lowe, BSc, DMD, FICOI, FACD Nelson Rego, CDT

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

VCC West - Room 119/120 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Materials/Techniques CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC C.5

Ed Lowe is a 1986 graduate of UBC dentistry where he is adjunct faculty and has a private practice devoted to comprehensive aesthetic and reconstructive dentistry in downtown Vancouver, BC. He is an accredited member and examiner in the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. Dr. Lowe sits on the editorial board of 4 dental journals and is the editor of the Journal of Cosmetic Dentistry. Nelson Rego co-owns Smile Designs by Rego in Santa Fe Springs, CA. An Accredited member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Rego has published over 65 articles on dental materials and techniques for leading dental journals. Speaker Host: Dr. Peter Liem

This program provides the keys to proper material selection and protocols while debunking myths and rumors surrounding material options. Learn how strong communication between the dentist, technician and patient will lead to results that will exceed everyone’s expectations. Co-sponsored by Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc.

Emergency Medicine: Sudden Cardiac Arrest and AED’s Stanley F. Malamed, DDS

Thursday, 2:00pm–4:30pm (special time) VCC West - Ballroom B Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Anaesthesia, Emergency Medicine CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC C.4 D.7

Stanley F. Malamed, a dentist anesthesiologist, is emeritus professor of dentistry at the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of University of Southern California, in Los Angeles, California. Speaker Host: Britta Conn

Cardiovascular problems happen, both in the dental office and at home. Professor Malamed will discuss angina, myocardial infarction and cardiac arrest. The use and importance of AEDs will be discussed and demonstrated. Bring the entire office staff to this program. The life you save may be your own!

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Thursday Open Sessions

VCC West - Room 217/218/219

Gary Radz is on faculty at the University of Colorado, School of Dentistry. He is on the editorial board of eight professional journals, including the Journal of Cosmetic Dentistry and Oral Health. Over the past eighteen years, he has lectured internationally and published over 150 articles related to aesthetic dentistry and sleep apnea. Dr. Radz maintains a private practice in downtown Denver, CO.


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 9

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

Afternoon Presentations Excellence in Dental Hygiene Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA, CDD ACE

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

Thursday Open Sessions

VCC East - Ballroom C

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene CE Approval

CDSBC NE

ADA&C Y

CDHBC B.1 B.2 D.3

Accelerated Periodontal Instrumentation Protocols: Maximizing Clinical Success Kristy Menage Bernie, RDH, MS, RYT

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC East - Room 11/12 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Ergonomics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC D.2 D.3 D.6

Lasers in Periodontology and Implantology Simple Patient – Friendly Treatments That Work Ilay Maden, DMD, MSc, PhD

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Laser Dentistry, Periodontics CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Speaker Host: Birgit Gajdos

This course was designed for the dental hygienist to help develop verbal and no-verbal communication skills, patient interaction techniques, and case presentation approaches that can help the hygienist be successful when delivering exceptional patient care. Kristy Menage Bernie Director of Educational Designs, celebrated her 30th year in dental hygiene by going back to school! She earned a MS degree with honors from the University of California, San Francisco in 2015, where she is an Assist. Clinical Professor. Kristy, an international speaker, has been quoted in Esquire Magazine, Women’s Health Magazine, interviewed by ESPN Radio and featured on the cover of RDH. Speaker Host: Yvonne Smith

This session will overview accelerated instrumentation protocols also known as full-mouth disinfection. Participants will evaluate their current treatment modalities and establish plans for implementing accelerated instrumentation. Replace ‘burn out’ with success through through this process of care. Ilay Maden is a specialist in periodontology and Lasers in Dentistry. He is the co-director of Seesaw Dental Education, representative of Aachen Dental Laser Centre AALZ and World Federation for Laser Dentistry WFLD in the United Kingdom, a lecturer for German Association of Oral Implantology and a training instructor for International Continuing Education Centre for Dental Implants IFZI, Germany. Speaker Host: Mira Duszynska

VCC West - Room 221/222 CE Approval

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.

CDHBC D.3

Lasers can disinfect and biomodulate periodontal and peri-implant tissues, in addition to being able to remove tissues selectively without any kind of trauma. These properties make lasers very useful tools for treatments around both teeth and implants to either clear out infection or aesthetics. Co-sponsored by National Dental Inc.

New and Improved: Printing, Restoratives and Diagnostics George Freedman, DDS, FAACD, FACD, FADI, FADFE

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

Speaker Host: Dr. William Cliffe

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

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

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

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Materials/Techniques, Treatment Planning

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CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Printed restorations are both affordable and practical; they will transform both direct and indirect dentistry. New restorative materials. New techniques. Buyers guides to materials, techniques, technologies, and much more. Lasers, lights, microscopes. Co-sponsored by 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. Speaker Host: Mindy Sahota

VCC West - Room 208/209

CE Approval

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.

CDHBC N/A

Helpful clinical tips on: material selections, how to determine incisal edge position, intra-oral composite mock-ups, opening bites, taking CR records, avoiding biologic width violations, fabricating and evaluating provisional restorations, multiple unit adhesive cementation. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

“Corks ‘n’ Kegs” Thursday Evening – tickets available at the registration desk


Open Sessions

Thursday, March 9

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

Afternoon Presentations Great Cases With New Faces John Svirsky, DDS, MEd

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

CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC C.4 D.3

Practical Proven Prevention – Risk Assessment for Children Carla Cohn, DMD

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 212/213/214 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Pediatric Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC C.5 D.6

Speaker Host: Dr. Suzanne Carlisle

This new interactive course for 2017 will present a potpourri of interesting cases seen by me or emailed to me over the past few years. I will show how I approach cases and arrive at a diagnosis. The audience of course will help me to diagnose them as I play the patient.

Carla Cohn is a general dentist, devoted solely to the practice of dentistry for children. She maintains a private practice at Kids Dental in Winnipeg, Canada. Dr. Cohn is an international speaker and author on practical paediatric dentistry for the general practitioner. Speaker Host: Dr. Nazanin Bastani

Early childhood caries is the most common disease of childhood and yet it is entirely preventable. For too long dentistry has focused on the symptoms not the etiology. Attendees will be able to efficiently identify risk factors prescribe preventative treatments and learn about bioactive restorations. Co-sponsored by Catapult Education

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

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

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Periodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC D.2 D.3 E.3

Patients with Eating Disorders: Challenges for the Oral Health Professional David Clark, BSc, DDS, MSc, FRCDC

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Prevention/Diagnosis, General Medicine, Health CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Mark Donaldson, BSP, ACPR, PHARMD, FASHP, FACHE

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Pharmacology ADA&C Y

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.

Eating disorders represent a serious, life threatening illness. It is important for dental professionals to recognize the oral signs and symptoms while showing empathy and support. Dentistry can play a collaborative role in the early diagnosis, support, and long-term management of this disease.

Mark Donaldson has practised as a clinical pharmacy specialist, clinical coordinator and director of pharmacy services at many healthcare organizations. He has spent the last 18 years focusing on dental pharmacology and dental therapeutics, and is a leader in the field. He is currently the Senior Executive Director, Pharmacy Advisory Services for Vizient, in Whitefish, Montana. Speaker Host: Dr. Kary Taylor

VCC West - Room 109 CDSBC CL

Emerging concepts of the pathogenesis of periodontal disease, periodontal treatments and technologies are introduced everyday. Deciding on which treatment philosophies and technologies to incorporate into daily practice so as to provide the most effective care for our patients can be overwhelming.

CDHBC B.1 B.2 D.1 D.4

Appropriate Antibiotic and Analgesic Prescribing in Dentistry

CE Approval

Speaker Host: Lynette Cramen

Speaker Host: Dr. Navreet Khinda

VCC West - Room 306

CE Approval

Jim Grisdale is a Board Certified Specialist in Periodontics and Prosthodontics with a part time private practice in Vancouver, BC. Currently Dr. Grisdale is also a sessional lecturer in the Department of Graduate Periodontics at Loma Linda University. He is the director of the Pacific Rim Implant Learning Center. Dr. Grisdale also mentors periodontal and implant study clubs.

CDHBC D.1

This course will help guide appropriate antibiotic and analgesic prescribing. The challenge of matching the right drug to the right bug and for the right patient will be made clear in our antibiotic review, while part two will focus on ideal analgesic strategies for postoperative pain management. Sponsored by the College of Dental Surgeons of BC

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

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Thursday Open Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology

John Svirsky is a board certified oral pathologist at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). He is a sought after speaker with an international reputation as an informative and entertaining lecturer. He has received the outstanding alumnus award from VCU in 2013, the Distinguished Service Award from the Dawson Academy and an honorary membership in the American Academy of Oral Medicine.


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Open Sessions

Thursday, March 9

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

Afternoon Presentations Prior to joining the BCDA, Tim Gould practiced in solo and large group practice environments both as a general practitioner and as a periodontist. In addition, Tim has held the position of Associate Professor both full-time and part-time at the Faculty of Dentistry, University of British Columbia.

Tim Gould, BDS, PhD, DipPerio Patti-Anne Jones, DDS, MBA

Patti-Anne Jones received her DDS from the University of Western Ontario and MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business. She brings more than 20 years of clinical practice, as well as industry experience in marketing and business development, to the BCDA. Dr. Jones continues to practice as a GP dentist.

Thursday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

VCC West - Room 215/216 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approval

CDSBC PM

ADA&C NE

CDHBC F.1 F.2

Dental plan insurance audits have become a key concern for dentists in BC. BCDA CoDirectors, Member Services, Drs. Jones and Gould will focus on steps dentists can take to protect themselves from being a target for audit and clarify commonly misused codes in the BCDA Suggested Fee Guide. Presented by the British Columbia Dental Association

Hide Your Goat

A member of the Speaker Hall of Fame, Steve Gilliland is one of the most in-demand and top-rated speakers in the world. Recognized as a master storyteller and brilliant comedian, he can be heard daily on SiriusXM Radio’s Laugh USA. Steve has the distinction of speaking in all 50 states and in 15 countries.

Steve Gilliland, BA, MBA

Thursday, 2:00pm–4:30pm (special time) VCC West - Ballroom C Learning Pattern: Personal Development Communication CE Approval

CDSBC PM

ADA&C Y

CDHBC B.1 F.2

Speaker Host: Dr. Myrna Halpenny

HIDE YOUR GOAT puts into perspective how your daily life intersects with people of diverse backgrounds, opinions and personalities. In this eye-opening session, Steve Gilliland shows how to avoid being robbed of the opportunity to perform at peak performance because of negativity.

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May 26 to 30

2017 Palais des congrès de Montréal Montréal, Canada

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Association internationale des orthodontistes francophones

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annual convention of the ordre des dentistes du québec

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ordre des techniciens et techniciennes dentaires du Québec

Thursday Open Sessions

Clear on Codes: How to Protect Yourself from Insurance Audits


Inside the Exhibit Hall Today

Friday, March 10

Live Dentistry Stage

Sponsored by

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

11:00am–1:00pm

Breaking Down the Steps for Efficient & Effective Orthograde Treatment of Molar Teeth

Friday Open Sessions

Jeff Coil, DMD, MSD, PhD, FRCD(C), FADI, FACD

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approval CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

ADA&C Y

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.

This seminar will educate dental team members in the key steps for efficient and effective treatment of molar teeth. The overall objective is to provide each member of Tulsaroot Dental Specialties the dental office team the Co-sponsored clinical steps by forDentsply completing canal treatment on molar teeth, and how challenging teeth can impact the time required for the various stages of treatment. This is important from booking appropriate time for patient treatment, to knowing how the clinician is progressing through a given root canal procedure. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona Endodontics

2:00pm–4:30pm

Digital Anterior Therapy Featuring Cutting Edge Restorative Options Bobby Birdi, DMD, Dip Perio, Dip Pros,

MS, FRCD(C), FACP, DABP

Ron Zokol, DMD, FICOI Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants, Periodontics CE Approval CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

Bobby Birdi is a board certified dual specialist in Periodontics and Prosthodontics, in both the USA and Canada. He received his DMD from the University of Saskatchewan and both graduate degrees from the University of Minnesota. He is Co-Director of the Pacific Institute for Advanced Dental Education, and practices full-time at the BC Perio Dental Health and Implant Centres in Vancouver and Coquitlam. Ron Zokol is the founder of the Pacific Institute in Vancouver. He is Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology. He has Fellowships with the American Academy of Implant Dentistry and the American College of Dentists. Past chair, General Examination Committee and past chief examiner for the CDSBC. Dr. Zokol now practices at BC Perio providing surgical and prosthetic rehabilitation.

LIVE IMPLANT DEMONSTRATION FEATURING CUTTING-EDGE RESTORATIVE OPTIONS. Guided implant surgery in the aesthetic zone has become an option that is standard of care. This case will demonstrate this type of therapy and MORE importantly, various restorative options available to restore implants in the aesthetic zone. Numerous restorative options from PFM to Zirconia, and designs from custom abutments, to screw-retained options will be demonstrated and an interactive discussion with the audience will be undertaken. A digital work-flow process will be utilized with the newest restorative innovations. Co-sponsored by Aurum Group Co-sponsored by Nobel Biocare 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.

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Exhibit Hall Reception 4:00pm - 5:15pm


PRODUCT STAGE Friday, March 10

A New Model for Practice Success: ABELDent – Like You’ve Never Seen it Before ABELDent Inc.

Friday, 9:30am–10:30am

Tier Three Brokerage Ltd.

Friday, 10:30am–11:30am

ABELDent is full-featured, easy to use clinical/practice management software for general/specialty offices. Paperless solution, secure clinical records and privacy features, image capture, patient education, patient/ practitioner portals, mobile apps, 24/7 support and more. 800-267-2235 or ABELDent.com

New technologies and design approaches provide a superior user experience – for your team and your patients. Workflows tailored to your roles and preferences. Strong security. Patient self-serve kiosk, forms and portal. Join us to see how ABELDent supports optimal patient care and team efficiency. (9:30am presentation repeated at 10:00am)

Friday Open Sessions

So You Think You’re Ready? Practice Sale Readiness Check-Up

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

Tier Three Brokerage Ltd. - has a team of highly experienced professionals to assist clients sell or transition dental practices on their terms – financial and otherwise. We utilize a state of the art practice appraisal approach, including Advanced Patient Metrics®, which identifies and unlocks practice value.

This material will help plan a successful transition which includes: The practice market ; Practice metrics to determine and uncover value; Contracts for staff, associates, hygienists, premises; What to ask your accountant BEFORE a sale; Timing and process for sale.

Which Digital Intraoral Scanner is Best? Henry Schein

Friday, 11:30am–12:30pm

Henry Schein - a Fortune 500® company and a member of the NASDAQ 100® Index, is the world’s largest provider of health care products and services to office-based practitioners. Widely recognized across Canada for our excellent customer service, highly competitive prices.

With a highly competitive market and much to choose from, how do we make the right scanner choice? In this discussion we will distinguish what makes each scanner a viable option in todays dental practice. Understanding your laboratories choice and why. What builds a “Digital Dental Team” success.

Dynamic Surgical Guidance: A Specialist’s Perspective

Navigate Surgical Technologies Inc.

Friday, 12:30pm–1:30pm

The Millionaire Dentist: The Midas Touch – Turning Assets into Income Pinnacle Wealth Brokers

Friday, 1:30pm–2:30pm

XP Technology SHARPEN-FREE Scalers...Myth or Miracle???

American Eagle Instruments, Inc.

Friday, 2:30pm–3:30pm

Navigate Surgical Technologies Inc. - Inliant Clinical™: Provides dynamic surgical guidance during dental implant procedures, displaying the real-time location of the handpiece and surgical drill on the CBCT images of the patient and plan.

This lecture will provide an overview of the benefits of guided navigational surgery, including CBCT imaging, preoperative treatment planning, and step-by-step use of computerized intraoperative navigational systems. Specific clinical applications and workflow for each technology will be highlighted. Pinnacle Wealth Brokers - Do you have more than a million dollars in net worth? Are you looking for an alternative to ordinary buy and hold investment strategies? Our firm provides you with access to common sense, non-stock market based investments.

Canadian pension plans have among the highest performing investment portfolios in Canada. They diversify into less correlated assets by investing in private opportunities. These funds are well on their way to achieving the required rate of return for their beneficiaries. Find out how. American Eagle Instruments, Inc. - offers comprehensive lines of dental instruments designed for the forward thinking professional. We are the only company to offer SHARPEN-FREE XP Technology and our latest innovation is the unique Double Gracey™ instrument line. Come see us at Booth 1645 for more info.

The same questions always get asked about XP Technology sharpen-free instruments. Today, Lewis Meyers will answer the following: What do you mean by “sharpen-free?” How long will an XP Technology scaler last? Can an XP Technology instrument be sharpened? How much do XP Technology instruments cost?

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 10

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

Robert Hicks Memorial Lecture

Friday Open Sessions

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

Demystifying Endodontic Treatment in Molars – An Evidence-Based Approach Rodrigo Sanches Cunha, DDS, MSc,

PhD, FRCD(C)

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am continues 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 205/206/207 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

Rodrigo Sanches Cunha is the Course Coordinator for the Advanced Endodontic Topics at the Endodontology Division at the University of Manitoba. He teaches at the clinical level and has been a guest speaker at many events in Brazil, Argentina, USA, UAE and Canada. Published 80 papers and abstracts in several peer reviewed journals. Dr. Cunha has a Private Practice limited to Endodontics since 1994. Speaker Host: Dr. Ali Salari

This full-day course has the purpose of educating general dentists who want to become more proficient in endodontics, utilizing evidence-based techniques. This course will address a safe, efficient, predictable and successful endodontic protocol for endodontic treatment in molars that may be immediately implemented into practice. The course will provide an overview of cleaning and shaping concepts, such as glide path management and reciprocating preparation. The role of different irrigants in disinfecting the root canal system and #-D filling the root canal system will also be discussed. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona Endodontics

All Day Presentations I Have It...You Need It!

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

Howard Glazer, DDS, FAGD

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am continues 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 221/222 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Materials/Techniques CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC B.2 C.5 D.3

Speaker Host: Dr. William Cliffe

This program is 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! Designed for doctors and staff, he will discuss what’s tried and true, and what’s new. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

Trends, Innovations, Controversies and Clinical Tips Damon Adams, DDS

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

Speaker Host: Dr. Anton Luu

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

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CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

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.

Dr. Adams, from his unique perspective as editor-in-chief of one of North America’s leading clinical and news journals, will present an engaging presentation focused on lab-fabricated restorations, treatment planning considerations, material selection, and practical clinical tips.

CDHBC D.3

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 10

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

All Day Presentations Occlusion for the Aesthetic Restorative Practice

John Cranham is an internationally recognized speaker on Esthetic Principles of Smile Design and has published numerous articles on Restorative Dentistry. He is the Clinical Director of the Dawson Academy where he is involved with the courses within the curriculum. Dr. Cranham maintains a contemporary dental practice in Chesapeake, VA, focussing on cosmetic, restorative and implant services.

John Cranham, DDS

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

Speaker Host: Dr. Caroline Cesar

VCC West - Room 301 CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC C.1 F.2

This course will provide the Dental Team with the necessary Occlusal information to perform complex cosmetic and restorative procedures at a very high level. Focus will be on predictably restoring the patient with wear, sore muscles (headaches), and diagnosing patients that may have a problem with the TM Joints.

CAD/CAM as Routine Part of Dental Practice: Daily Digital Workflows

Jonathan Ferencz is a prosthodontist who maintains a private practice in NYC. He teaches part-time at NYU and has lectured throughout North America, South America, Europe and Asia. With over 30 publications in dental literature, his second textbook, “Fundamentals of CAD/CAM Dentistry” with co-author Nelson Silva is scheduled to be published in 2016.

Jonathan Ferencz, DDS, FACP Marisa Notturno, RDT

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

Marisa Notturno, Dental Laboratory Technican, is a graduate of New York City College of Technology. Marisa has continued her focus on ceramics and life-like restorations for the aesthetic zone with advanced training in Switzerland and training with E4D, 3Shape, Ivoclar Vivadent and Wieland Precision Technologies.

VCC West - Room 306 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Technology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

Friday Open Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Occlusion/TMD

Speaker Host: Dr. Peter Liem

This presentation is on the incorporation of CAD/CAM procedures into the routines of clinical restorative practice. will also include the use of CAD/CAM in the planning and restoration of implants, removable prosthodontics and a discussion of dental materials optimized for CAD/CAM. Co-sponsored by Henry Schein

Repeated Presentations (morning) Excellence in 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.

Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA, CDD ACE

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

Repeated from Thursday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC East - Ballroom C Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Assisting CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

Speaker Host: Daphne Crowther

Excellence in Dental Assisting was designed for the dental assistant, perspectives and techniques to create success from Our side of the chair. Learning together to build congruence and colaboration that result in predictable success.

CDHBC B.2 C.5

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

DME

Dental/Medical Emergencies

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

NE

F

Not Eligible

Legend for ADA&C Y Yes NE Not Eligible

Professional Issues

N/A

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 10

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

Repeated Presentations (morning) Geriatrics for the Dental Team: A How To Guide to Make Your Practice Senior Friendly Michael Wiseman, DDS, M RCDS (Edin), FASGD

Friday Open Sessions

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dr. Chayanee Chatvanichkul

VCC West - Room 109

Repeated Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC West - Room 118 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Geriatric Dentistry, Special Needs CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

John Svirsky, DDS, MEd

Friday, 9:00am–11:30am (special time) VCC East - Ballroom A VCC East - Ballroom A Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology ADA&C Y

John Svirsky is a board certified oral pathologist at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). He is a sought after speaker with an international reputation as an informative and entertaining lecturer. He has received the outstanding alumnus award from VCU in 2013, the Distinguished Service Award from the Dawson Academy and an honorary membership in the American Academy of Oral Medicine. Speaker Host: Melody Weimer

Repeated from Thursday, 9:00am–11:30am

CDSBC CL

With Canada’s changing demographics, the senior patient will represent a significant component of your dental practice. This course is designed to update the dental team to treat these patients. Medical conditions, dental problems, and office design will be highlighted.

CDHBC B.2 D.3 D.4

Come In and Catch It: The Review That Sticks

CE Approval

Michael Wiseman is a graduate of McGill University, is a Fellow of the American Association for Geriatric Dentistry, and Member of the Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh) in Special Needs Dentistry. Dr. Wiseman is an Assistant Professor McGill Faculty of Dentistry. He is in private practice and an active staff member at several hospitals. He has presented nationally/internationally.

CDHBC C.4

Avoid Liability: Know Your Patients Medications and Their Impact on Dental Treatment Harold Crossley, DDS, MS, PhD

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

This is the perfect review course that covers the recognition, diagnosis and treatment of the 25 soft tissue lesions that every dentist and hygienist should know and treat appropriately. A number of the entities only require recognition. The classic lesions that have been forgotten since school will be brought back to life and your diagnostic confidence will be re-energized. Dr. Svirsky makes oral pathology fun!

Hal Crossley is Professor Emeritus at the University of Maryland Dental School. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy from the University of Rhode Island in 1964, the Master of Science (1970) and Doctorate degrees (1972) in Pharmacology. The University of Maryland Dental School in Baltimore awarded Dr. Crossley the DDS degree in 1980. Speaker Host: Monica Maletz

VCC West - Room 211

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

Your patients are living longer thanks to their medications but many of the prescribed medications used by your patients have dental implications affecting your treatment. This presentation includes the indications, contraindications, and side effects of the more common prescribed medications.

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Pharmacology, General Medicine, Health CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC D.1

How To Steal From A Dentist (for Dentists Only) David Harris, MBA, CMA, CFE

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

Repeated Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 119/120 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approval

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CDSBC NE

ADA&C Y

Overcoming a troubled adolescence, David Harris has become the world’s leading expert on dental office embezzlement. He is CEO of Prosperident, the world’s largest dental investigation firm. David is a Certified Fraud Examiner and private investigator. He also has an MBA and accounting designation. He is an entertaining speaker who draws on a vast amount of experience in his field. Speaker Host: Dr. Richard Wilczek

David Harris, the world’s leading expert on financial crimes against dentists,will make use of Prosperident’s case files to give his audience an inside peek into embezzlement. Participants will learn limits of conventional prevention strategies and proven strategies for combatting embezzlement.

CDHBC N/A

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 10

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

Repeated Presentations (morning) Teamwork – It Makes Your Dental Dream Work!

Rosemary Bray spent more than 30 years employed in dentistry both in clinical and administrative roles - in general dentistry, periodontics and mostly Orthodontics. In 1998 she began her self employment as a speaker and consultant in Ortho and Dentistry and now proudly celebrates her 47 anniversary in teeth. She has worked on every continent except Antarctica and spoken at most dental meetings.

Rosemary Bray, MS

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

Speaker Host: Catherine Corbeil

VCC West - Room 301 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Communication CE Approval

CDSBC PM

ADA&C Y

Teamwork can create higher productivity, greater self-esteem, enhanced appreciation, improved communication and more fun on the job! We will discuss the principles of being great and the characteristics of highly effective teams as determined by a survey of quality, accomplished dental teams.

CDHBC F.2

Repeated Presentations (afternoon) Oral/Systemic Connection: Periodontal Health and Heart Attack and Stroke Prevention

Lawrence Greenblatt is a board-certified family and sports medicine physician, and the owner of Care Medical Associates in Bellevue, Washington. He specializes in cardiovascular and stroke prevention while passionately advocating education to the general public, aviation and medical/dental communities.

Larry Greenblatt, DO

Speaker Host: Dr. Miral Hassan

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

Repeated Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC West - Room 217/218/219 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Prevention/Diagnosis, General Medicine, Health CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

By addressing the importance of the Oral Systemic connection and utilizing a reality based scientific approach, learn how to optimally care for yourself and your patients, bring complete healthcare tools into your office and collaborate with medical providers in the mutual care of your patients.

CDHBC D.2 D.4 F.2

Wasssuuup With Good Communication?

Rosemary Bray spent more than 30 years employed in dentistry both in clinical and administrative roles - in general dentistry, periodontics and mostly Orthodontics. In 1998 she began her self employment as a speaker and consultant in Ortho and Dentistry and now proudly celebrates her 47 anniversary in teeth. She has worked on every continent except Antarctica and spoken at most dental meetings.

Rosemary Bray, MS

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

Repeated Saturday, 12:30pm–3:00pm VCC West - Room 301 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Communication CE Approval

CDSBC PM

ADA&C Y

Speaker Host: Catherine Corbeil

Communicating at all times in an effective, professional manner is most difficult. Choosing the right words and keeping the proper tone of voice is a gift desired by Doctors and Team Members alike. Phone, written and verbal communication can create a great practice image or a poor one.

CDHBC B.2

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Friday Open Sessions

Repeated Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am


Open Sessions

Friday, March 10

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 77) Session Co-Chairs: Dr. Asef Karim, Dr. Nayeem Esmail

Morning Presentations

Friday Open Sessions

Pediatrics – Best Practices: Radiographs for Children Ella Choi, BMSc, DDS, MSc, FRCD(C)

Friday, 8:30am–9:15am (special time) VCC West - Room 118 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Pediatric Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC C.3

ADA&C Y

Dentists Have the Keys to Solving Migraine Headaches and Other Chronic Head Pain Cheng Lun Wang, DDS, MSc.,

Cert. of Orthodontics, FRCD(C)

Friday, 9:20am–10:05am (special time) VCC West - Room 118

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Orthodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC C.1 D.1

ADA&C Y

How to Read a Radiograph from Endodontic Point of View Mahmoud Ektefaie, DMD, MSc, Cert Endo, FRCD(C)

Friday, 10:10am–10:55am (special time) VCC West - Room 118

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics, Radiology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC C.1 C.3

ADA&C Y

Ella Choi is the founder of Playtime Pediatric Dentistry. She received her DDS from the University of Alberta. She then completed three additional training of pediatric dentistry at UBC and BC Children’s Hospital and received Diploma in Pediatric Dentistry. She also holds Masters in Craniofacial Science.

Find out when and how to take great radiographs for your child patients. Find out how to talk to parents who are worried about radiation. Learn what radiographs to take after trauma. Techniques used to produce optimal images for children are presented.

Cheng Lun Wang’s professional career spans residency at The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Resident Dentist at IWK Children’s Hospital in Halifax, and in private orthodontic practice in Vancouver since 1994. Dr. Wang teaches orthodontics at University of British Columbia, and recently, started BC Head Pain Institute to treat “dental headaches”. He shares his life with his wife and 3 children.

29 million Americans suffer from migraines with a group of of them that have not found relief with medical treatments. These are people suffering from “Dental Headaches”, including migraines, TMD, whiplash syndrom. Dentists with extra training are the best choice for the treatment of these patients.

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

Scrutinizing radiographs prior to performing endodontic treatment is of utmost importance. It provides the clinicians with the necessary tools for pre-operative case assessment, proper endodontic diagnosis and appropriate treatment planning.

Morning Presentations Seven Tray Options for Bleaching, Sensitivity and Caries Control Van Haywood, DMD

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 202/203/204 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics CE Approval

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CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC C.5 D.6

Van Haywood is a professor in the Department of Oral Rehabilitation, Dental College of Georgia at Augusta University in Augusta, Georgia USA. In 1989, he co-authored the first publication in the world on Nightguard vital bleaching (at-home tray bleaching) with Dr. Harald Heymann. He has over 145 publications on the tray bleaching technique, including bleaching tetracycline stained teeth, and single dark teeth.

Participants will construct and adjust a custom bleaching tray on a properly trimmed cast. Casts will be provided for all course participants to use and take the tray/cast with them for patient demonstration purposes. Other tray options such as boil and form and disposable trays will be discussed.

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


Open Sessions

Friday, March 10

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

Morning Presentations Preps by Material Design Steven J. Hill, Bsc, DMD, AAACD James R. Neuber, RDT, Cosmetic Ceramist

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 220 CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

James R. Neuber held four consecutive Dean’s List. Honor designations in Dental Technology at Southern Illinois University prior to 27 years as a ceramist. He is Vice President of Ocean Ceramics. James is an educator on Digital Photography, Shade records, Smiles and Full Mouth Prosthodontics. He also advises on Mandibular Repositioning Appliances (DENTA4). Speaker Host: Dr. Mark Forgie

Do you have a Prep Design for ANY tooth and for ANY material choice to optimize aesthetics, longevity and conserve tooth structure? Steve and James will outline the various prep designs for all prosthetic material choices anterior/posterior along with appropriate adhesion protocols.

Avoiding Restorative Failures Lee Ann Brady, DMD

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 110 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Dental Assisting, Materials/Techniques, Occlusion/TMD, Prevention/Diagnosis, Restorative/Operative Dentistry, Treatment Planning CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

David Rothman, DDS

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

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

Vaccine Recommendations: Science, Success & Myths John Molinari, PhD

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Assisting, Dental Hygiene, Safety/Infection Control CDSBC NC

ADA&C Y

David Rothman is a Board Certified Pediatric Dentist in San Francisco and Associate Clinical Professor at CWRU/Cleveland. He completed GPR and Anesthesia Residencies prior to his specialty training. He is past Chair of Pediatric Dentistry at UOP and active in organized dentistry. He is a member of OKU, Pierre Fauchard, ICD and ACD. His speaks and publishes on pediatric dentistry, anesthesia and sedation.

Are you totally confused on how to treat primary teeth? Don’t they all fall out anyway? And what about the kid they’re attached to? We’ll review local anesthesia, pulp therapy, restorations and space maintenance in the primary and early mixed dentitions and develop parameters for care. John Molinari is Director of Infection Control for THE DENTAL ADVISOR in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Professor Emeritus at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry. He has published over 500 scientific articles, reports, and chapters in the areas of microbiology and immunology, and lectures nationally and internationally on topics dealing with infectious diseases and infection control. Speaker Host: Dr. Amin Ebrabim Soltani

VCC East - Room 13

CE Approval

One of the things we dread in dentistry is case failure, and we loose sleep and stomach lining worrying about it. Cases fail for a multitude of reasons; some minor while others can be major disasters. The underlying cause can be aesthetic, functional, biologic or sometimes behavioral.

Speaker Host: Dr. Sadaf Fazel

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Anaesthesia, Pediatric Dentistry CDSBC CL

Speaker Host: Dr. Marwa Salman

CDHBC N/A

“Can You Really Save That”: Treatment Options for Carious Primary Teeth

CE Approval

Lee Ann Brady is a nationally recognized educator, lecturer and writer. Dr. Brady offers continuing education workshops and seminars through the Clinical Mastery Course Series. She maintains a private practice in Glendale Arizona, is a member of the editorial board for the JCD and DentalTown Magazines and Inside Dentistry.

CDHBC A.1 E.3

Emphasis will focus on the most recent updated information pertaining to vaccines used in the prevention of adult infectious disease, especially those with increased occupational health care risks. Information will also be presented concerning certain public misperceptions against vaccines.

Future Meeting Dates of the Pacific Dental Conference March 8 – 10, 2018

March 7 – 9, 2019

March 5 – 7, 2020

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Friday Open Sessions

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Aesthetics

Steven Hill began his study of cosmetic dentistry in 1987 and he is now an Accredited Member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and has sat on their board of directors. He is a co-founder and past president of the Canadian Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.


Open Sessions

Friday, March 10

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

Friday Open Sessions

Morning Presentations Time to Toss the Floss? – You be the Judge

Kristy Menage Bernie, Director of Educational Designs, celebrated her 30th year in dental hygiene by going back to school! She earned a MS degree with honors from the University of California, San Francisco in 2015, where she is an Assist. Clinical Professor. Kristy, an international speaker, has been quoted in Esquire Magazine, Women’s Health Magazine, interviewed by ESPN Radio and featured on the cover of RDH.

Kristy Menage Bernie, RDH, MS, RYT

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

Speaker Host: Sylvie Martel

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Ergonomics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC D.6 E.3

In 2016 the Associated Press reported that flossing does not have sufficient research to warrant its use on a daily basis. Are there other equally effective or more effective methods? Is it time to ‘toss the floss’? This interactive session will empower you to consider other options!

Management and Prevention of Gingival Recession: The Interactive Seminar

San Francisco periodontist George K. Merijohn practiced 28 years and is Associate Clinical Professor in postdoctoral periodontics at UCSF and University of Washington. He authors articles on gingival recession and the evidence-based approach; publishes; consults; lectures internationally; and leads gingival grafting workshops.

George K. Merijohn, DDS

Friday, 8:30am–11:30am (special time) VCC East - Room 2/3

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

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC B.2 D.2 D.6

Speaker Host: Dr. Jim MacDonald

Learn practical, evidence-based, state-of-the art management and prevention of gingival recession in this exciting interactive seminar. Discover free online tools to improve patient self-discovery, awareness, communication and treatment acceptance. Enhance your aesthetic zone outcomes with this seminar. Co-sponsored by Colgate

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 10

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

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

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

Speaker Host: Lynette Cramen

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC A.2 B.2 D.6

Minimally Invasive Endo Using PIPS Irrigation – Fast, Easy, Profound Canal Cleaning Reid Pullen, DDS, FAGD

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics, Laser Dentistry CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

Interpreting Your CBCT Scan – Reporting Findings to Minimize Your Risk Dale Miles, DDS, MS, FRCD(C)

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Digital Imaging CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC C.3

Dispelling the “CSI Effect” Myth Anthony (Rick) Cardoza, DDS, D-ABFO

Friday, 9:00am–11:30am (special time) VCC West - Ballroom B Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Forensics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC F.1

Implant Maintenance Therapy 101 for the Dental Team: Newest Must Know Techniques Jim Grisdale, BA, DDS, Dip. Prosth., Dip. Perio., MRCD(C)

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

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants, Periodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

This presentation will describe a novel laser irrigation approach for debriding and decontaminating root canal systems. Evidence based clinically relevant literature will be shown that supports the application of Photon Induced Photoacoustic Streaming (PIPS) as the current irrigation of choice. Co-sponsored by National Dental Inc.

Dale Miles is a diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology and the American Board of Oral Medicine. He has been one of the “TOP CLINICANS IN CE” for the past 14 years by Dentistry Today. He has authored 135 scientific articles, 6 textbooks, including the best selling atlas on cone beam imaging, “Atlas of Cone Beam Imaging for Dental Applications”. Speaker Host: Dr. William K. Armstrong

VCC West - Room 215/216 CE Approval

Reid Pullen graduated from USC Dental School in 1999 and then served 3 years in Germany in the Army Dental Corps. Dr. Pullen completed a one year AGD Residency in 2000 and then practiced as a general dentist for 2 years in Yorba Linda, CA. before completing an endodontic residency at the Long Beach Veterans Hospital in 2006 Dr. Pullen opened his private endodontic practice in Brea, CA in 2007. Speaker Host: Dr. Kenneth (Ken) Donald

VCC West - Room 208/209 CE Approval

Excessive sugar consumption is correlated with obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular and liver disease. Sugary drinks, the greatest culprit of a growing “sugar obsession” are implicated in increased risk for dental caries and tooth erosion. Learn what you need to know about sugar and sugar alternatives.

CDHBC D.2 D.3

Cone Beam Imaging – is simply explained by Dr. Miles. He will demonstrate the advantages and explain the risks of missing something in your scan. Come see these incredible images and learn how to treat your patients more efficiently, expertly and confidently using this technology. Anthony (Rick) Cardoza is a forensic dentist for the San Diego County Medical Examiner, the Imperial County Coroner, the California Department of Justice and Director of the California Dental Identification Team. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences and a Diplomate of the American Board of Forensic Odontology.

Speaker Host: Fidelia Omorodion

Dr. Cardoza introduces forensic odontology. Topics will include forensic dental identification of decedents of varying postmortem states including: skeletal, fragmented, decomposed, burned remains and pattern injuries as they relate to bite mark investigation not only in human bites but animal bites as well. Jim Grisdale is a Board Certified Specialist in Periodontics and Prosthodontics with a part time private practice in Vancouver, BC. Currently Dr. Grisdale is also a sessional lecturer in the Department of Graduate Periodontics at Loma Linda University. He is the director of the Pacific Rim Implant Learning Center. Dr. Grisdale also mentors periodontal and implant study clubs.

Speaker Host: Dr. Jared Zeggil

This course will discuss the basics of implant surgery, restoration and focus on the critical aspect of implant maintenance for long term success. The most up to date therapies and instrumentation will be covered in detail in addition to looking into future implant maintenance protocols. Co-sponsored by Hu-Friedy Mfg Co.

Note: This Open Session course is a pre-requisite for the Hands-On course on page 43.

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Friday Open Sessions

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

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


Open Sessions

Friday, March 10

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

Morning Presentations What in the World is Bioactivity and How Can I Use it? Fay Goldstep, DDS, FACD, FADI, FADFE

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dr. Navreet Khinda

Friday Open Sessions

VCC West - Room 224

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Materials/Techniques CE Approval

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 C.5

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

The Plaque Monologues

Brian Nový is the Director of Practice Improvement at the DentaQuest Institute, and an adjunct associate professor in the division of General Dentistry at Loma Linda University. He served on the ADA Council of Scientific Affairs from 20102014. In 2009, the American Dental Association awarded Dr. Nový and his office the title, “Adult Preventive Care Practice of the Year.”

Brian Nový, DDS

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC East - Room 8/15

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Materials/Techniques, Prevention/Diagnosis CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC A.1 B.2 D.6

Speaker Host: Dr. Anita Gartner

Sometimes it seems as though our patients don’t grasp the basic concept of home care. Other times our patients with impeccable hygiene develop rampant decay and we can’t figure out what’s going on. The mouth is a remarkable environment with organisms that make it a great place to work. Co-sponsored by Catapult Education

The New Wellness Approach to Perio: How to Change The Life of Your Patients Timothy Donley, DDS, MSD

Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dr. Lanny Donald

VCC West - Room 119/120 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Periodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Timothy Donley is currently in the private practice of Periodontics and Implantology in Bowling Green, Kentucky. After graduating from the Notre Dame and Georgetown University School of Dentistry, Tim returned to Indiana University for his Masters Degree in Periodontics. He lectures internationally and recently co-authored the first-ever comprehensive textbook on ultrasonic debridement.

CDHBC A.1 D.2 D.3 E.3

Today’s perio means you must be doing more than just cleaning teeth. An entirely new approach to periodontal disease management based on wellness is presented in way that will make it really easy for doctor and hygienist to better help their patients and their practice. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

Challenges and Questions with Building and Maintaining Wealth John Nicola, CFP, CIM, CLU, CHFC

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

Speaker Host: Dr. Arv Sooch

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

CDSBC NE

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

CAD/CAM and the Integration of 3D Imaging Friday, 8:30am–11:00am

Speaker Host: Dr. Parisa Adrangi

VCC West - Room 302/303

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Technology CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

John Nicola’s session will take a holistic approach to financial planning and wealth management that he has successfully implemented with dental professionals for over 30 years. He will discuss diversified portfolios, current markets and interest rates, as well as tax and how it impacts dentists. Darin O’Bryan graduated from the University of Minnesota in 1997. He has a private practice focusing on digital and implant dentistry. Dr. O’Bryan is faculty at Spear Education CAD/CAM division and at CERECdoctors.com. Dr. O’Bryan is a basic and advanced trainer for CEREC. He speaks nationally and internationally on CEREC and CEREC/cone beam integration.

Darin O’Bryan, DDS

CE Approval

A veteran of the industry since 1974, John Nicola is Chairman and CEO of Nicola Wealth Management, providing innovative solutions to clients’ complex wealth management problems through the use of trusts, creative pension and insurance arrangements, and professional investment managers. He is also winner of the 2011 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award for Financial and Professional Services.

CDHBC N/A

The marriage of CAD/CAM and 3D imaging will be showcased to reveal how they can transform your practice and your ability to treat your patients in the most efficient, predictable and with the best outcomes possible. Co-sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 10

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 72) Session Co-Chairs: Dr. Asef Karim, Dr. Nayeem Esmail

Afternoon Presentations Todd Slogocki, DMD, FRCD(C),

Certified Specialist in Prosthodontics

Friday, 1:30pm–2:15pm (special time) VCC West - Room 118

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Prosthodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

ADA&C Y

Overview of Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Its Surgical and Nonsurgical Treatments Nayeem Esmail, DMD, FRCD(C),

Certified Specialist in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Friday, 2:20pm–3:05pm (special time) VCC West - Room 118

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Sleep Apnea CE Approval

CDSBC CL

CDHBC N/A

ADA&C Y

Oral Medicine and Maxillofacial Pathology – Oral Manifestations of Systemic Diseases Yoko Tsukada, DMD, FRCD(C)

Friday, 3:10pm–3:55pm (special time) VCC West - Room 118

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

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

Todd Slogocki practised 12 yrs as a GP completing all the continuums at the Pankey & Misch Institutes. He then returned to graduate school completing his Prosthdontic residency at LSU. He is a Fellow of RCDC and a Certified Specialist in Prosthodontics. He has a special interest in interdisciplinary treatment and complex rehabilitations. He maintains a referral based speciality practice in Vancouver, BC.

Friday Open Sessions

Prosthodontics: Edentulous Treatment Options

Prior to impant therapy in dentistry, edentulous treatment options were limited to complete dentures. Currently there are a myrid of options, all with different requirements. Dr. Slogocki will simplify the process and provide a framework to begin to triage this patient population. Nayeem Esmail received his dental degree from Boston University and completed his residency in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery from Washington Hospital Center. He maintains a private practice in Abbotsford and Vancouver, performing full scope of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Dr. Esmail lectures on dental implants, sleep apnea, and anesthesia and is also a part-time clinical instructor at UBC.

This session will assist in expanding evaluation and treatment techniques for patients with sleep-disordered breathing. Rational and procedures for using oral appliances and surgical treatment options will be presented, with an emphasis on an evidence-based approach.

Yoko Tsukada is a Canadian Board Certified specialist in oral medicine and oral and maxillofacial pathology. She completed her DMD at Boston University and completed a 4-year post-graduate Oral Medicine and Oral Pathology residency program at University of British Columbia. In addition to private practice, Dr. Tsukada is involved in multiple institutions such as Vancouver General Hospital.

Oral manifestations can be the presenting symptom for many systemic diseases. These orofacial conditions, which may be commonly seen in the dental office, can be the first sign of the disease. Careful medical and social history is critical to ensure that diagnosis and treatment are not delayed.

Afternoon Presentations Color Science and Shade Matching Chad J. Anderson, MS, DMD

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

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

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

Chad J. Anderson is a Research Instructor in the Department of Prosthodontics and Operative Dentistry at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine with a focus on clinical materials research. During his graduate work he developed a digital system that quantitatively analyzes small increments of color change. This process in the past ten years has been used in clinical research around the world. Speaker Host: Dr. Kary Taylor

Color matching of direct composite restorations is often a frustrating and overlooked step for many practitioners due to the lack of education in the physical properties of current restorative composites in their armamentarium. There are numerous steps that can be implemented to achieve a desired color match; these small but important steps can assure the patient will be happy with the desired outcome.

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Open Sessions

Friday, March 10

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

Afternoon Presentations Bite Splints in Restorative Practice Lee Ann Brady, DMD

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

Friday Open Sessions

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Dental Assisting, Materials/Techniques, Occlusion/TMD, Prevention/Diagnosis, Restorative/Operative Dentistry, Treatment Planning CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

Lee Ann Brady is a nationally recognized educator, lecturer and writer. Dr. Brady offers continuing education workshops and seminars through the Clinical Mastery Course Series. She maintains a private practice in Glendale Arizona, is a member of the editorial board for the JCD and DentalTown Magazines and Inside Dentistry. Speaker Host: Dr. Marwa Salman

The presentation will cover the steps in evaluation and diagnosis, and create clarity on which of the different appliance designs are the most beneficial based on individual patient findings. This process also allows us to help our patients develop a greater understanding of their dental needs so they will reach out and ask us for the solutions.

Ouch that Hurts! Assessing and Treating Dental Emergencies in Children David Rothman, DDS

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

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Anaesthesia, Pediatric Dentistry CE Approval

Providing legal services to Dentists and the Dental Community throughout British Columbia, including: associate agreements, buying and selling dental practices, leases, incorporations, corporate reorganizations, cost sharing agreements and employment matters

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CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC F.2

David Rothman is a Board Certified Pediatric Dentist in San Francisco and Associate Clinical Professor at CWRU/Cleveland. He completed GPR and Anesthesia Residencies prior to his specialty training. He is past Chair of Pediatric Dentistry at UOP and active in organized dentistry. He is a member of OKU, Pierre Fauchard, ICD and ACD. His speaks and publishes on pediatric dentistry, anesthesia and sedation. Speaker Host: Dr. Sadaf Fazel

We’ll review the most common dental emergencies (and not) in children including rapid neurological assessment, treatment and follow-up protocols. We’ll also review the process from the initial phone call screening and triage through scheduling and treatment appointments.


Open Sessions

Friday, March 10

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

Afternoon Presentations Emerging and Re-Emerging Infectious Diseases

John Molinari is Director of Infection Control for THE DENTAL ADVISOR in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Professor Emeritus at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry. He has published over 500 scientific articles, reports, and chapters in the areas of microbiology and immunology, and lectures nationally and internationally on topics dealing with infectious diseases and infection control.

John Molinari, PhD

Friday, 2:00pm–4:30pm (special time)

Speaker Host: Dr. Amin Ebrabim Soltani

VCC East - Ballroom A

CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC A.1 E.3

This seminar will consider challenges presented by emergence of recent infections, such as Zika virus disease, as well as the status of ongoing challenges by blood-borne pathogens, occupational respiratory infections, and reemerging waterborne infections.

The Periodontic/Orthodontic Connection: Maximizing Success with the Ortho Patient

Kristy Menage Bernie, Director of Educational Designs, celebrated her 30th year in dental hygiene by going back to school! She earned a MS degree with honors from the University of California, San Francisco in 2015, where she is an Assist. Clinical Professor. Kristy, an international speaker, has been quoted in Esquire Magazine, Women’s Health Magazine, interviewed by ESPN Radio and featured on the cover of RDH.

Kristy Menage Bernie, RDH, MS, RYT

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Sylvie Martel

VCC West - Room 8/15

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Hygiene, Ergonomics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC C.1 D.2 D.3 D.6

Orthodontic therapies are no longer confined to the adolescent population and as such the role of the dental hygienist in patient education has grown significantly in recent years. A review of current tooth movement sciences will be included as well as methods to maximize oral health during therapy.

Think Outside the Mouth – Treatment Planning for Nonsurgical Periodontal Treatment

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

Karen Davis, RDH, BSDH

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

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

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Speaker Host: Lynette Cramen

This course provides an update on oral and systemic health interactions and will challenge you to consider risk factors “outside the mouth” when treatment planning. It features the role of salivary diagnostics and new technologies to obliterate biofilm.

CDHBC D.1 D.2 D.3 D.6

Cone Beam CT: 3D Imaging That’s More Than “50 Shades of Gray”

Dale Miles is a diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology and the American Board of Oral Medicine. He has been one of the “TOP CLINICANS IN CE” for the past 14 years by Dentistry Today. He has authored 135 scientific articles, 6 textbooks, including the best selling atlas on cone beam imaging, “Atlas of Cone Beam Imaging for Dental Applications”.

Dale Miles, DDS, MS, FRCD(C)

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Dr. William K. Armstrong

VCC West - Room 215/216

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Digital Imaging CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC C.3

As dentists we’ve have been stuck in the 2D gray world of x-ray images most of their careers. Dr. Miles will explain and demonstrate the concept of visualization - using software tools to see pathology and anatomy in color, and 3D!

Endo-Restorative Synchronicity

Lynne A. Brock received her DDS from University of Texas Health & Science Center, Houston in 1990. She was Chief Resident at Richland Memorial Hospital GPR in Columbia, SC before receiving her Specialization in Endodontics from Marquette University School of Dentistry in 1993. Currently, Dr. Brock works for the largest endodontic practice in the state of Wisconsin.

Lynne A. Brock, DDS, CAGS, FACD, FICD

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC East - Room 13

Speaker Host: Dr. Soumya Jain

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC C.3

Endo-Restorative Synchronicity (ERS) is based on minimally invasive root canal preparations and bioceramic bonded obturation that enhances the long-term prognosis of the tooth. Biologic principals for successful endodontics will be presented as well as the introduction of new technology and techniques. Co-sponsored by Brasseler Canada

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Friday Open Sessions

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


Open Sessions

Friday, March 10

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

Afternoon Presentations Dentistry’s Role in Mass Disaster and in Recognizing Spousal/Child Abuse Anthony (Rick) Cardoza, DDS, D-ABFO

Friday, 2:00pm–4:30pm (special time)

Friday Open Sessions

VCC West - Ballroom B

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Forensics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC F.1

A Dentist’s Guide to Treating the Medically Compromised Senior Patients Michael Wiseman, DDS, M RCDS (Edin), FASGD

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Geriatric Dentistry, Special Needs CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC B.2 D.1 D.4

New and Improved: Cement-free Implants and New Technologies George Freedman, DDS, FAACD, FACD, FADI, FADFE

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm VCC West - Room 224 CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

The evolution of mass disaster management from the perspective of forensic dentistry. Learn how forensic dentists have participated in events such as commercial airline crashes, tsunamis, hurricanes, and wildfires. Also the recognition of spousal/ child abuse and legal reporting mandate.

Michael Wiseman is a graduate of McGill University, is a Fellow of the American Association for Geriatric Dentistry, and Member of the Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh) in Special Needs Dentistry. Dr. Wiseman is an Assistant Professor McGill Faculty of Dentistry. He is in private practice and an active staff member at several hospitals. He has presented nationally/internationally.

Geriatric patients are coming to their dental team with increased medical complexities. The team must know how these medical conditions will influence their dental treatment, and how dental treatment may affect their patients’ medical status. This talk will highlight common medical conditions. 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. Speaker Host: Dr. Joanne Pouchet

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants, Materials/Techniques CE Approval

Speaker Host: Anitra Donald

Speaker Host: Dr. Chayanee Chatvanichkul

VCC West - Room 109 CE Approval

Anthony (Rick) Cardoza is a forensic dentist for the San Diego County Medical Examiner, the Imperial County Coroner, the California Department of Justice and Director of the California Dental Identification Team. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences and a Diplomate of the American Board of Forensic Odontology.

CDHBC N/A

Reasonably priced, predictable implants for single / multiple restorations. Narrow Body Implants for small space, partial, and all-on-4 cases complete the implant armamentarium. Solo practice and team options. Buyers guides to new technologies: screening, soft tissue lasers, handpieces, cameras. Co-sponsored by Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry

Peri-Implantitis: All You Need To Know Liran Levin, Prof. Dr.

Friday, 1:30pm–4:30pm (special time) VCC East - Room 11/12 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants, Periodontics, Treatment Planning CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

CDHBC A.1 D.2 D.3 D.6

Liran Levin a Professor and Head of the Periodontology Division at the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Alberta and a visiting professor at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine. He has published more than 200 articles and is involved in research mainly in periodontology, dental implants and dental trauma. He has been lecturing extensively both nationally and internationally. Speaker Host: Whitney Vandervalk

This lecture will focus on causes and risk factors for peri-implant diseases, ways to prevent its occurrence as well as the currently available treatment options for peri-implantitis. Preventive measures in general as well as treatment planning dilemmas will also be discussed. Co-sponsored by Colgate

The Physiology of Occlusion and the Treatment of TMD Curtis Westersund, DDS

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

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Occlusion/TMD CE Approval

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CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

Curtis Westersund earned his DDS in 1979. His practices TMD in Calgary Alberta. His publications include: CRANIO: The Journal of Craniomandibular & Sleep Practice, Handbook of Research on Computerized Occlusal Analysis Technology Applications in Dental Medicine, and “The Body Mechanics Workbook”. He trains on how to treat patients with the T-scan, the Myotronics K-7, and Bio-Research EMG pack. Speaker Host: Dr. Randy Patch

Treatment of TMD can be a predictable and successful therapy to add to your practice. TMD is a multifactorial problem and it requires a multifactorial approach for success. Learn how understanding a patient’s interconnected physiology can help diagnose and direct treatment of your TMD patients.

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


Open Sessions

Friday, March 10

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

Afternoon Presentations How Much Do I Know About Lumps and Bumps in the Mouth?? Samson Ng, BSc, DMD, MSc, FRCD(C),

FDSRCSEd, Dip. ABOM, Dip. ABOMP

Charles Shuler, DMD, PhD

Friday, 2:00pm–4:30pm (special time) Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC C.4 D.1

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: Dr. Angelique Leung

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. Topics include: common benign oral lesions, microbial infections, and oral pre-cancerous lesion.

Offensive Dentistry Brian Nový, DDS

Friday, 2:00pm–4:30pm (special time) VCC East - Room 1

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Materials/Techniques, Prevention/Diagnosis CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC D.6

Brian Nový is the Director of Practice Improvement at the DentaQuest Institute, and an adjunct associate professor in the division of General Dentistry at Loma Linda University. He served on the ADA Council of Scientific Affairs from 20102014. In 2009, the American Dental Association awarded Dr. Nový and his office the title, “Adult Preventive Care Practice of the Year.” Speaker Host: Dr. Anita Gartner

Let’s face it, the idea of sitting through a course on dental caries or caries risk assessment isn’t appealing (in fact it sounds downright boring). However, the science of clinical cariology is expanding at an astonishing rate and this is one subject you’ll be glad you understand. Co-sponsored by Catapult Education

TMD and Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders: Identifying Them in Your Practice Richard Goodfellow, BSC, DDS, FAACP, DABCP, DABCDSM, DCAPM

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Speaker Host: Dr. Edmund Liem

VCC West - Room 208/209

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Occlusion/TMD, Sleep Apnea CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

Photography: A Must for Communication in Dentistry Richard Young, DDS

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Photography CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

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. Treatment includes bite registration and appliance therapy.

Richard Young is an assistant professor of restorative dentistry at LLUSD. His interest in dental photography spans the last 28 years and he is recognized for his expertise in digital photography. His innovative and practical methods have inspired countless colleagues to adopt digital photography into their clinical procedures. He maintains a practice with his wife focusing on aesthetic dentistry. Speaker Host: Fidelia Omorodion

VCC West - Room 220

CE Approval

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.

CDHBC D.3

In today’s world of visual communication attractive dental photographs are imperative. This lecture will present a simplified yet artistic approach to digital dental photography and portraits. It will guide you in selecting the correct photo systems, accessories, and software for your practice.

The ‘Announcements’ feature on the App provides up to the minute information and the latest Tweets

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Friday Open Sessions

VCC East - Ballroom C

Samson Ng is a certified specialist in oral medicine & 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.


Open Sessions

Friday, March 10

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

Afternoon Presentations Transitioning in Today’s Market Calvin Carpenter, CPA, CA Henry Doyle Brian Rudy, BSc. (McGill), JD. (UBC)

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

Friday Open Sessions

VCC West - Room 304/305

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

CDSBC NE

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

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. Henry Doyle is a graduate of the University of Alberta and a licensed realtor. Henry has over 15 years in the finance industry with a focus on healthcare finance with CitiBank. As owner and Managing Broker of Al Heaps & Associates Inc., Henry brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to his clients. Brian E. Rudy is an experienced corporate lawyer with a practice that includes a focus on dental and healthcare law. Brian assists dentists with everything from structuring dental corporations, employment law, commercial leasing, real estate, cost share agreements, associate contracts and succession planning. His practice is located in Vancouver, BC, serving dentists throughout the province.

Dental Practice Transition Options - there are many options for a transition in this active market. Comprehensive information for preparing your unique practice transition. Outlining the transition process from early planning to completing the sale, including legal and accounting perspectives. Sponsored by Al Heaps & Associates Inc.

New Rules, New Strategies – Changing Taxation Landscape Mike Anderson, CPA, CA Marty Clement, CPA, CA Gurprit Mann, CPA, CA, MBA

Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm

VCC West - Room 302/303

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Finance/Practice Transition CE Approval

CDSBC NE

ADA&C Y

CDHBC N/A

Mike Anderson is a partner with MNP’s professional services team. Mike has been advising medical and dental professionals for more than 10 years, helping clients build their practices and plan for the future. Mike works with each of his clients on various business matters such as buying/selling practices, tax planning, bank financing and financial performance and benchmarking. Marty Clement is a Partner and Business Advisor with the Tax Services team in MNP’s Kelowna office. Marty has extensive experience advising medical professionals in all areas of domestic tax, including scientific research and experimental development, GST/HST and income tax. He has provided thought leadership in the area of tax to medical professionals across Canada. Gurprit Mann is a Partner and Business Advisor with the Greater Vancouver Area’s Professionals team, located in MNP’s Richmond office. Drawing on more than 18 years of experience, Gurprit provides accounting and tax services to doctors, dentists, lawyers and other professionals and business owners to help them effectively run their business and manage their finances.

We will discuss tax strategies for the dental practitioner in a changing taxation landscape. The material discussed will cover legislative changes to the Income Tax Act including the small business limit, the sale of a practice and the CRA’s administrative policy regarding GST. Sponsored by MNP LLP

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Open Sessions

Saturday, March 11

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

Official conference of the:

Sunrise Yoga with Kristy Menage Bernie

Saturday, 7:00am–8:00am

Saturday Open Sessions

VCC West - Level 2 Ocean Foyer

Take a deep breath and discover a new way to live a healthy, happy and a long life! Note: This FREE Yoga session is open to anyone and everyone! No experience is needed. Participants should bring a yoga mat and/or towel, water bottle, wear loose comfortable clothing and a smile!

*

Not Approved for CE

All Day Presentations Oral Surgery for the General Practitioner

John Alonge is a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery currently in private practice in Erie, PA. He is a Magna cum Laude graduate of the University of Maryland, where he received his dental degree as well a master’s degree in anatomy in 1983. His Oral and Maxillofacial Residency was at Wilford Hall US Air Force Medical Center. He is an ABOMS Board Examiner.

John Alonge, MS, DDS

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am continues 12:30pm–3:00pm VCC West - Room 212/213/214 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Surgery CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC D.7

Speaker Host: Dr. Bobby Birdi

This presentation is designed to share practical guidelines on patient management, modern armamentarium, exodontia techniques and tips plus much more. You will learn useful tips on: Pertinent Medical Management Issues; Anxiety and Pain Control; Dentoalveolar Surgery introducing minimally invasive technique concepts and armamentarium; Socket preservation grafting; Complications ; Third Molar surgery techniques; Understanding and management of Infections; Biopsy Techniques; Medical Emergencies.

Repeated Presentations (morning) Geriatrics for the Dental Team: A How To Guide to Make Your Practice Senior Friendly Michael Wiseman, DDS, M RCDS (Edin), FASGD

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

Repeated from Friday, 8:30am–11:00am VCC West - Room 109 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Geriatric Dentistry, Special Needs CE Approval

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CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

Michael Wiseman is a graduate of McGill University, is a Fellow of the American Association for Geriatric Dentistry, and Member of the Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh) in Special Needs Dentistry. Dr. Wiseman is an Assistant Professor McGill Faculty of Dentistry. He is in private practice and an active staff member at several hospitals. He has presented nationally/internationally. Speaker Host: Joan Kovacik

With Canada’s changing demographics, the senior patient will represent a significant component of your dental practice. This course is designed to update the dental team to treat these patients. Medical conditions, dental problems, and office design will be highlighted.

CDHBC B.2 D.3 D.4

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


Open Sessions

Saturday, March 11

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

Official conference of the:

Repeated Presentations (morning) Oral/Systemic Connection: Periodontal Health and Heart Attack and Stroke Prevention

Lawrence Greenblatt is a board-certified family and sports medicine physician, and the owner of Care Medical Associates in Bellevue, Washington. He specializes in cardiovascular and stroke prevention while passionately advocating education to the general public, aviation and medical/dental communities.

Larry Greenblatt, DO

Speaker Host: Dr. Jared Zeggil

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC West - Room 217/218/219 VCC West - Room 202/203/204 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Prevention/Diagnosis, General Medicine, Health CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

By addressing the importance of the Oral Systemic connection and utilizing a reality based scientific approach, learn how to optimally care for yourself and your patients, bring complete healthcare tools into your office and collaborate with medical providers in the mutual care of your patients.

CDHBC D.2 D.4 F.2

Teamwork – It Makes Your Dental Dream Work!

Rosemary Bray spent more than 30 years employed in dentistry both in clinical and administrative roles - in general dentistry, periodontics and mostly Orthodontics. In 1998 she began her self employment as a speaker and consultant in Ortho and Dentistry and now proudly celebrates her 47 anniversary in teeth. She has worked on every continent except Antarctica and spoken at most dental meetings.

Rosemary Bray, MS

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

Speaker Host: Cindy Wong

Repeated from Friday, 9:00am–11:30am (special time) VCC West - Ballroom A Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Communication CE Approval

CDSBC PM

ADA&C Y

Teamwork can create higher productivity, greater self-esteem, enhanced appreciation, improved communication and more fun on the job! We will discuss the principles of being great and the characteristics of highly effective teams as determined by a survey of quality, accomplished dental teams.

CDHBC F.2

Repeated Presentations (afternoon) Wasssuuup With Good Communication? Rosemary Bray, MS

Saturday, 12:30pm–3:00pm VCC West - Room 301

Repeated from Friday, 2:00pm–4:30pm (special time) VCC West - Ballroom A Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Communication CE Approval

CDSBC PM

ADA&C Y

Rosemary Bray spent more than 30 years employed in dentistry both in clinical and administrative roles - in general dentistry, periodontics and mostly Orthodontics. In 1998 she began her self employment as a speaker and consultant in Ortho and Dentistry and now proudly celebrates her 47 anniversary in teeth. She has worked on every continent except Antarctica and spoken at most dental meetings. Speaker Host: Cindy Wong

Communicating at all times in an effective, professional manner is most difficult. Choosing the right words and keeping the proper tone of voice is a gift desired by Doctors and Team Members alike. Phone, written and verbal communication can create a great practice image or a poor one.

CDHBC B.2

PDC Lab Expo

VCC West – Ballroom A/B

Exhibits 8:00am – 3:00pm Showcase Stage 9:30am – 3:00pm Lunch 11:30am – 12:30pm Official conference of the:

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

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Friday Open Sessions

Repeated from Friday, 1:30pm–4:00pm


Open Sessions

Saturday, March 11

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

Official conference of the:

Morning Presentations “You Want to Do What to My Child?”: Answering Parent’s Difficult Questions

David Rothman is a Board Certified Pediatric Dentist in San Francisco and Associate Clinical Professor at CWRU/Cleveland. He completed GPR and Anesthesia Residencies prior to his specialty training. He is past Chair of Pediatric Dentistry at UOP and active in organized dentistry. He is a member of OKU, Pierre Fauchard, ICD and ACD. His speaks and publishes on pediatric dentistry, anesthesia and sedation.

David Rothman, DDS

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am

Saturday Open Sessions

VCC West - Room 121/122

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Anaesthesia, Pediatric Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC B.2 D.3 D.6

Speaker Host: Dr. Warrick Yu

You’re a dentist who has kept up on trends in restorative and implant dentistry but now there’s a kid sitting in the chair and you’re panicking. We’ll be evaluating evidence based research on the issues of caries, hygiene, diet, risk assessment, prevention and a primer on how to manage the family.

The Secret for Endodontic Success

Lynne A. Brock received her DDS from University of Texas Health & Science Center, Houston in 1990. She was Chief Resident at Richland Memorial Hospital GPR in Columbia, SC before receiving her Specialization in Endodontics from Marquette University School of Dentistry in 1993. Currently, Dr. Brock works for the largest endodontic practice in the state of Wisconsin.

Lynne A. Brock, DDS, CAGS, FACD, FICD

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC West - Room 109 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC C.3

Speaker Host: Dr. Soumya Jain

Restorative Endodontics (RE) begins with minimally invasive root canal preparations and bioceramic bonded obturation that enhances the biomechanical success of the endodontically treated tooth. Co-sponsored by Brasseler Canada

Long Term Peri-Implant Maintenance – How to Deal with Biological Complications

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.

Anastasia Kelekis-Cholakis, BA, DMD,

Dip. Perio, FRCD(Can)

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am

Speaker Host: Dr. Mandana Nematollahi

VCC West - Room 224

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants, Periodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC C.4 D.2

The majority of dental offices provide regular peri-implant maintenance therapy to their patients. This presentation will review the current research on peri-implant maintenance as well as the etiology and treatment of the most common biological complications encountered in dental offices.

Twenty-first Century Laser-Assisted Dentistry

Anthony (Rick) Cardoza is a forensic dentist for the San Diego County Medical Examiner, the Imperial County Coroner, the California Department of Justice and Director of the California Dental Identification Team. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences and a Diplomate of the American Board of Forensic Odontology.

Anthony (Rick) Cardoza, DDS, D-ABFO

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am

Speaker Host: Subbalakshmi Arunachalam Pillai

VCC West - Room 220

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Laser Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC D.2 D.3

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

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) and currently holds a position on the Board of Examiners with the IAOM.

Vera Horn, RDH, COM

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am

Speaker Host: Barbara Lee

VCC West - Room 215/216

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Occlusion/TMD, General Medicine CE Approval

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CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC C.1 D.3

Vera is passionate about working in the field of orofacial myology and wishes to share some of her experience and knowledge on how this unique area of study is affecting the overall health of society.

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Open Sessions

Saturday, March 11

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

Official conference of the:

Morning Presentations TREC TALK – Can You Be Values-Based and Highly Profitable? Jan Jaffer, DDS Thomas Morris VCC West - Room 302/303 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approval

CDSBC NE

ADA&C Y

CDHBC F.2

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. Speaker Host: Roberto Erario

TREC TALK is a way of communicating and developing teams that are cohesive, engaged and values-driven. They understand what it means to WIN AS TEAM. It eliminates gossip and sidebar conversations and engages everyone in the success of the practice while reducing overhead.

Yoganomics: Postural Health & Ergonomic Considerations for the Dental Professional Kristy Menage Bernie, RDH, MS, RYT

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am

Speaker Host: Rachel Klages

VCC West - Room 211

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Ergonomics, Dental Hygiene CE Approval

CDSBC NC

ADA&C Y

CDHBC D.3

The Power of Breath Christine Bauman, Master in Teaching;

Registered Buteyko Breathing Educator and Trainer

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC West - Room 304/305 CDSBC NC

ADA&C Y

CDHBC C.1 D.3

Lioness Leadership “Thinking” Katherine Eitel

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am VCC East - Room 1 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Dental Assisting, Communication CE Approval

CDSBC PM

ADA&C Y

This course overviews ergonomic and postural health for the dental clinician as well as the benefits of yoga in postural health and sound ergonomic practices essential in maintaining optimal clinician health. The session will include various yoga poses to practice chair side!

Christine Bauman is the foremost Buteyko Breathing Educator in Canada. She began teaching in 2000 and was a clinician for the first North American medical study on Buteyko in 2004. She has been a trainer since 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. Speaker Host: Rachel Sedens

Learning Pattern: Personal Development General Medicine, Health CE Approval

Kristy Menage Bernie, Director of Educational Designs, celebrated her 30th year in dental hygiene by going back to school! She earned a MS degree with honors from the University of California, San Francisco in 2015, where she is an Assist. Clinical Professor. Kristy, an international speaker, has been quoted in Esquire Magazine, Women’s Health Magazine, interviewed by ESPN Radio and featured on the cover of RDH.

CDHBC N/A

Recognize dysfunctional breathing and how it impacts on snoring, sleep apnea, development of caries and facial structure, inflammation of tonsils and adenoids. Expect interaction, experimentation and observation by the participants around breathing, posture and other aspects related to breathing.

Katherine Eitel, creator of The Lioness Principle, is an international speaker, author, and communications coach specializing in the creation of non-scripted, extraordinary communications. Past-President of the Academy of Dental Management Consultants, Board Member for Speaking Consulting Network, and National Speaker’s Association member.

Access the leader within to think like a leader with patients and team mates. Learn to befriend fear, embrace mistakes and play a bigger game! Break through the barriers and stretch what’s possible with critical thinking, problem solving, team bonding, possibility thinking and goal setting.

The PDC App brings the conference to your fingertips!

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Saturday Open Sessions

Saturday, 9:00am–11:30am

Jan Jaffer is graduate of University of the Pacific in San Francisco. He built and owns 11 dental practices in Calgary, and has ownership interests in a dental laboratory and 2 Crossfit gyms! Jan promotes social responsibility and has been on 9 dental missions. A student of management methodologies and an accomplished presenter, Jan brings expertise in the areas of team motivation, mentoring and operational management.


Open Sessions

Saturday, March 11

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

Official conference of the:

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

Saturday Open Sessions

David Rothman, DDS

Saturday, 12:30pm–3:00pm

Speaker Host: Dr. Warrick Yu

VCC West - Room 121/122

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Anaesthesia, Pediatric Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C Y

CDHBC B.1 B.2 C.1 D.1

Lioness Leadership “Conversations” Katherine Eitel

Saturday, 12:30pm–3:00pm VCC East - Room 1 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management, Dental Assisting, Communication CE Approval

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CDSBC PM

ADA&C Y

David Rothman is a Board Certified Pediatric Dentist in San Francisco and Associate Clinical Professor at CWRU/Cleveland. He completed GPR and Anesthesia Residencies prior to his specialty training. He is past Chair of Pediatric Dentistry at UOP and active in organized dentistry. He is a member of OKU, Pierre Fauchard, ICD and ACD. His speaks and publishes on pediatric dentistry, anesthesia and sedation.

CDHBC N/A

What factors of a child’s development and family involvement will help you plan behavior management for the child and parent in this day of linked in, wired and overtired kids? We’ll discuss behavioral and pharmacologic tips and techniques needed to get the child and YOU through a dental visit.

Katherine Eitel, creator of The Lioness Principle, is an international speaker, author, and communications coach specializing in the creation of non-scripted, extraordinary communications. Past-President of the Academy of Dental Management Consultants, Board Member for Speaking Consulting Network, and National Speaker’s Association member.

Access the leader within, think and communicate like a leader by connecting vision to action and inspire those around you to do the same. Learn simple, powerful tools to create effective patient communications. Turn conflict into cooperation and get the passion and fun back in your practice!


Saturday, March 11

‘So You Think You Can Speak?’ Series 8

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

Official conference of the:

Series

8

The 50 minute presentations will feature new speakers who responded to the call for presentations and were accepted by the Scientific Committee to present. A number of exciting dentistry related topics will be covered. Come and learn from these speakers who may one day become featured conference speakers!

Morning Presentations TRUE “Atraumatic” ERBIUM LASER Extraction Reduces Chances of Peri-Implantitis

Preety Desai was the first Canadian periodontist implementing the all tissue laser into her periodontal practice since 2006. She has called Kamloops home since 1996 most recently completed an MSc in Laser Dentistry from Germany. Dr. Desai has received degrees from all 3 major Canadian Universities: BSc from the University of Toronto, DDS from McGill University and a GPR from Sick Kids in Toronto.

Preety Desai, BSc, DDS, Dip Periodontics, MSc Laser Dentistry

Saturday, 9:00am–9:50am (special time) VCC West - Room 205

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants, Laser Dentistry CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

True atraumatic extraction: surgical technique and socket preservation are detailed. Increase your chances for immediate implant placement with appropriate laser parameters and literature support. Erbium lasers reduce the chances of dry socket and predictably achieve solid bone graft mineralization.

CDHBC N/A

Early Versus Late Peri-implant Bone Loss, Biological and Biomechanical Etiologies

Mehdi Noroozi, Canadian fellowship qualified and board-certified periodontist maintains his status of specialist in good standing, as Fellow of the Royal College of Dentists of Canada and Diplomat of the American Board of Periodontology recognizing him as a leader in the fields of implant dentistry and periodontics. Dr. Noroozi is the founder of EPIC study club and part time UBC faculty member.

Mehdi Noroozi, DDS, MSc, Dip. Perio, FRCDC, DABP

Saturday, 9:00am–9:50am (special time) VCC West - Room 206 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

CDHBC D.2 D.3

Implant therapy is becoming a mainstream treatment modality to replace missing teeth withexponential increase in number of implant placement in today’s practice. However, peri-implant bone loss is becoming a serious threat to the treatment success.

Dentists as Employers: Rooting Out Workplace Problems Before They Happen

Erin Brandt is an employment lawyer with Kent Employment Law in Vancouver, represents employers and employees across BC. She advises clients on a variety of workplace issues, including contracts; absenteeism; performance; severance; buying/selling a business; and discrimination. An engaging presenter, she is regularly invited to share her expertise with both professionals and the public.

Erin Brandt, BA, JD Heidi Eaves, BA, CPHR

Saturday, 9:00am–9:50am (special time)

Heidi Eaves is a Principal at Project House, a Vancouver consulting company providing strategy and support to businesses who want to treat people better, grow their business better, and show themselves off more beautifully. She is a senior HR professional who works with clients who seek best practices in such areas as hiring, performance, engaging employees, and creating healthy work environments.

VCC West - Room 207 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approval

CDSBC PM

ADA&C NE

CDHBC F.2

Dentists face employment law and people-related matters throughout the life of their practice. This session will address contracts, leave/absenteeism, buying/selling a business, and engagement from a Canadian perspective, and help dentists create healthy, engaging, and legally compliant workplaces. Legend for Continuing Education Credits for CDSBC CL Clinical Dental PM Dental Practice Management NC Non-Clinical Dental

DME

Dental/Medical Emergencies

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

NE

F

Not Eligible

Legend for ADA&C Y Yes NE Not Eligible

Professional Issues

N/A

Not Assigned

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Saturday So You Think You Can Speak – Series 8

Be sure to include these Saturday sessions in your conference itinerary.


Saturday, March 11

‘So You Think You Can Speak?’ Series 8

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

Saturday So You Think You Can Speak – Series 8

Official conference of the:

Morning Presentations Early Orthodontic Intervention for Facial and Airway Development

Ben Eastwood graduated from University of Alberta, and is a third generation General Dentist practicing with Academy Dental in Edmonton. He has been a dentist with the Edmonton Oilers since 1979. He was instrumental in bring Oral myologists to the Edmonton area in 1988 and has worked closely with them and the Speech pathologists to improve the oral environment for function, speech, and breathing.

Ben Eastwood, BSc, DDS

Saturday, 9:00am–9:50am (special time) VCC West - Room 210 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Orthodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

CDHBC C.1

A short History of, and Concepts in treatment, involved in Early Childhood Development will be presented. How; diet, facial and mandibular muscle function affects growth. Why Airway and Apnea has become a prominent part of dental practice and a possible solution. How Functional “ Ortho “ can help.

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

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

William E. Lea, DMD

Saturday, 10:00am–10:50am (special time) VCC West - Room 205 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Occlusion/TMD CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

CDHBC N/A

A simple, easily-understood, quick and easily-applied way to include occlusal diagnosis and treatment into everyday practise. An explanation of all anyone needs to know about the diagnosis and treatment of most TMD and ‘bite’ issues. A clear criteria for recognizing healthy, functional occlusion.

Advantages of Incorporating Erbium and Diode Lasers into General Practice Marina Polonsky,

Marina Polonsky maintains private general practice in Ottawa, Ontario with focus on multi-disciplinary treatment utilizing lasers of different wavelengths. She holds a Mastership from World Clinical Laser Institute, Advanced Proficiency Certification from Academy of Laser Dentistry and Master of Science in Lasers in Dentistry from RWTH University in Aachen, Germany.

DDS, MSc

Saturday, 10:00am–10:50am (special time) VCC West - Room 206 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Laser Dentistry CE Approval

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Presentation of multiple cases to emphasize the advantages of Erbium and diode lasers in multidisciplinary treatment approach, applications for cavity preparations possibly without the need for local anesthesia, superior ability for root canal disinfection in complicated endodontic scenarios.

Application of Financial Analyses for Clinic Owners & Managers

Samuel Hester is a partner at Hester & Hester Chartered Professional Accountants and a frequent speaker on financial literacy. His primary area of interest is in the use of management accounting tools in small and medium enterprise. He is heavily involved in the management of the Redwater Dental Clinic.

Samuel Hester, BSC, CPA, CMA

Saturday, 10:00am–10:50am (special time) VCC West - Room 207 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approval

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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.

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

Official conference of the:

Implant Dentistry is a Team Sport! Play Your Part as a Dental Team Member Kevin AminZadeh, DDS, MS, FRCD(C)

Saturday, 10:00am–10:50am (special time) VCC West - Room 210 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Implants CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

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3D Planning and Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Graham Grabowski, DMD, FRCD(C)

Saturday, 11:00am–11:50am (special time) VCC West - Room 205 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Oral Surgery CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

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Do No Harm! Can a Night-Guard Do Any Harm? Edmund Liem, DDS

Saturday, 11:00am–11:50am (special time) VCC West - Room 206 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Occlusion/TMD CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

CDHBC N/A

A Parent’s Dilemma: Giving Your Kids a Financial Head Start Jim Doyle,

CFP, CLU, TEP, CDFA, CIWM

Saturday, 11:00am–11:50am (special time) VCC West - Room 207

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Finance/Practice Transition CE Approval

CDSBC NE

ADA&C NE

CDHBC N/A

Kevin AminZadeh graduated from Dentistry at Western University in 2001. He obtained his specialty training in prosthodontics from the University of Michigan dental school. He is an international speaker in the field of digital dentistry and implant treatment planning. In 2015 Dr. AminZadeh launched Implant Genius, the world’s first prosthodontist driven implant treatment planning company.

Implant dentistry is a team sport. From the moment a patient walks through the door and for many years after the implant restoration has been placed, each team member will play a vital role in providing patient with care. Come and learn the latest protocols in implant patient management.

Graham Grabowski obtained his Bachelor of Science, and Doctor of Dental Medicine degrees at the University of British Columbia. He completed his residency in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery at Yale-New Haven Hospital in Connecticut. He is an Associate Clinical Professor at UBC’s Faculty of Dentistry, has privileges at BCCH, and is a member of BCCH Cleft & Craniofacial Team.

3D virtual planning allows for predictable and precise treatment planning, improved patient education, and the ability to obtain virtual surgical stents and templates. Through case demonstrations the audience will be provided with an overview of applications in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery.

Edmund Liem is a General Dentist in Burnaby, BC; he graduated in 1979 in the Netherlands. Currently he is the President of the Canadian Chapter of the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain. He lectures nationally and internationally about the connection of TMD, OSA and Orthodontics. He believes that dentistry plays an important role in the treatment and prevention of sleep disorders.

Night guards! The number of night guards that are prescribed to patients on a daily base is staggering. There are many versions being prescribed, upper, lower, hard, soft, full or partial coverage and flat plane, just to mention a few. Which one is better and, most important: Can they do any HARM?

Jim Doyle shares 27 years of experience as a senior financial consultant with Investors Group Financial Services Inc. Jim is a featured host on the “Boomer Life Tuesday” talk show series on CISL AM 650 and is a long-time program educator with Junior Achievement of British Columbia. He places strong emphasis on financial education to create better understanding, leading to empowered decisions.

By the time the kids leave the nest, they need to be armed with the appropriate skill-set to meet their physical and emotional needs with limited available financial resources. Learn key transitional moments where parents are able to teach their kids the value of wellplanned financial transactions.

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Saturday, March 11

‘So You Think You Can Speak?’ Series 8

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

Saturday So You Think You Can Speak – Series 8

Official conference of the:

Morning Presentations 5 Clinical Breakdowns Killing Patient Outcomes & Practice Revenue Gabriele Maycher, BSc, PID, DipDH, RDH

Saturday, 11:00am–11:50am (special time)

Gabriele Eva Maycher, CEO of GEM Dental 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.

VCC West - Room 210

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approval

CDSBC NE

ADA&C NE

CDHBC D.3 F.1 F.2

Ontario Economic Report found, 25% of practices producing 50% more than the average practice is producing almost 70% more in their hygiene department. This 50-minute presentation explores the what, why and how these 5 breakdowns impact patient outcomes and prevent practices from achieving these results!

Afternoon Presentations Cervical, TMJ & Cephalic Considerations for Sports Orthotics & Performance Bruce Adams, BSc. Dip.Path

Saturday, 1:00pm–1:50pm (special time) VCC West - Room 205 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Occlusion/TMD CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

CDHBC C.1 E.2

Handling Medical Emergencies Mostafa Norooz, DDS, MS

Saturday, 1:00pm–1:50pm (special time) VCC West - Room 206 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Emergency Medicine CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

CDHBC D.7

The Six Levels to Engage Your Team and Increase Productivity Roberto Erario, BBA (Hons)

Saturday, 1:00pm–1:50pm (special time) VCC West - Room 207 Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Practice Management CE Approval

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CDHBC F.2

Bruce Adams background includes building the 1st 3D dental laser scanner [‘87], mgt. of a TMJ pain program [90’s], imaging systems - head and jaw tracking with iPhone [‘14]. Presently, GM of Orbit Imaging, CBCT services lab. Education includes dental tech, physics and grad studies in pathology. Part time crosstrain / exercise physiology practice, proud dad, skier, sailor, scuba diver and photographer.

Orthotics can impact strength, balance, and performance in high-level athletes. Head, neck, TMJ and occlusion should be considered. Measurements of posture / positioning, ROM, and limitations in the cervical, TMJ and cephalic regions can assist in training and dental protection strategies.

Mostafa Norooz is a graduate of uni. of Oklahoma in 1995 with DDS and Int. Med. College of Munster Germany with MS. in Orthodontics. He is a hospital/ IV sedation dentist in Tacoma WA. He is the founder of “One Stop Dentistry” concept. He speaks on subjects related to sedation dentistry, emergencies, and handling complicated full-mouth rehabilitation for individuals with advanced medical conditions.

This lecture will cover a review of how to handle most common medical emergencies in a dental office or just about anywhere people are. As a medical professional dentists should know how to initiate and carry out management of an unforeseen medical emergency. Would you be ready when the time comes?

Roberto Erario is an International Leadership NLP Coach, former executive, holding a Master in Corporate and Executive Coaching. Since 2003, he has trained and coached over one thousand doctors, managers and business owners in Europe and North America, developing leadership and team engagement. His clients range from Fortune 500 companies to small businesses (including medical and dental clinics).

Often, the struggles that come from leading a team in a dental office stems from a lack of integration and alignment between six key elements. You will learn how to create more “flow” in your work environment and reach a higher level of team performance and satisfaction.

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Saturday, March 11

‘So You Think You Can Speak?’ Series 8

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

Official conference of the:

Best Practices versus Common Practices in Instrument Processing! Janet Bristeir, RN

Saturday, 1:00pm–1:50pm (special time) VCC West - Room 210

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Safety/Infection Control CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

CDHBC A.1

A Phantom Method to Meet the Regulations and Improve the Patient Care Josip Nosil, BSc, MSc, DSc

Saturday, 2:00pm–2:50pm (special time) VCC West - Room 205 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Radiology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

CDHBC C.3

Kiss Goodbye to Practice Pain Kathleen Keller, Master Pilates and

Myofacial Educator

Saturday, 2:00pm–2:50pm (special time) VCC West - Room 206

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Ergonomics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

CDHBC D.3

Life is Too Long for Bad Endo Joel Fransen, DMD, Certified Specialist in Endodontics

Saturday, 2:00pm–2:50pm (special time) VCC West - Room 207

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Endodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

CDHBC N/A

Hands-On Risk Management for the Practicing Dentist Pierre Fournier, B.Eng

Saturday, 2:00pm–2:50pm (special time) VCC West - Room 210

Learning Pattern: Personal Development Finance/Practice Transition CE Approval

CDSBC NE

ADA&C NE

CDHBC N/A

Janet Bristeir, UK trained, Registered Nurse. A member of the B.C. Ministry of Health, Medical Device Reprocessing Working Group; an expert group collaborating with the MoH to produce the B.C. Reprocessing Best Practices Guidelines document. Janet is an active member of CAMDR & IPAC Canada, with membership on the IPAC Reprocessing Dental Interest Group.

Shortcuts taken when processing instruments can mean clients are put at risk for bacterial and viral infections. This talk will explore common practices that can creep into instrument processing procedures that are not best practices as suggested by CDSBC in the Infection Prevention and Control Guide.

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 27 papers in scientific journals and presented over 70 contributions. Work selected three times for the Year Book.

Dentists are to select recommendations and to compare the quality of their patient clinical images with technical or professional pictures. Thus, this will create a new culture and will improve patient care. Similar Image Quality and Dose Phantom IQ(D)P proved itself in many diagnostic modalities.

Kathleen Keller is the owner of Posture Matters and Keller Method Pilates and Rehabilitation (YYC). With 37 years as a health professional, her life’s work is dedicated to help people free themselves from the damaging affects of stress and tension. Kat is a Master Pilates Teacher, and as a Myofascial Release Therapist, over 2,000 health care pro’s have attended her courses.

An interactive session about myofascia and the causes of the fascial pains rampant in your community. With active awareness exercises, learn how to engage your core and find a better seated neutral pelvis alignment. Get the Top Five Hot Tips to counteract the postures you hold while seated.

Joel Fransen has his main office in the Richmond Endodontic Centre and he part owner in the Township Endodontic Centre. He also travels to Fort St. John, Williams Lake, and Whitehorse to provide specialty endodontic care. He is also the resident endodontic specialist at BC Children’s Hospital. Dr. Fransen practices the full scope of modern endodontics and loves saving teeth.

Saving teeth with modern endodontics is not just about expensive files, wonderful irrigants, and the healing powers of CBCT’s. It is also not about just working hard to get to the end of the canal. A review of tips and tricks to help you save more teeth, more often, more reliably, more better!

With 30 years of business and financial experience, Pierre Fournier has had the opportunity to blend both areas successfully with business owners and healthcare professionals. With an approach based on best practices, process and risk management, he offers a more holistic view and practical approach to wealth management. His focus on financial literacy for dentists has uniquely set him apart.

The average age of retirement for a dentist in the US is 68 years old! Learn the reasons why and how you can avoid the pitfalls of the most important risks for your practice and your investments. Using a case study approach we will review how to prevent those important issues and their consequences.

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Pacific Dental Conference Lab Expo Saturday, March 11, 2017 Vancouver, BC

Vancouver Convention Center – West Building - Ballroom A/B


Welcome to the premier Western Canada PDC Lab Expo

Chris Opitz President, DTABC

The Dental Technicians Association of BC’s (DTABC) annual conference at the PDC has a new look and a new direction! Entering the fourth year of the DTABC conference being held at the PDC we are pleased to come together with the entire dental community.

The breakout sessions feature leading experts who are able to share their knowledge and tips that will help you in your profession. The PDC Lab Expo will continue to showcase suppliers with the latest dental technology equipment, materials and methods. The new ’Showcase Stage’ located in the PDC Lab Expo will feature demonstrations where exhibitors will display their latest products and technologies. On behalf of the Board of Directors of the DTABC and our partners at PDC, I would like to invite you to join us for our annual conference.

Bruce Ward Director, PDC

Welcome to PDC Lab Expo, Western Canada’s largest dental technology tradeshow, taking place on Saturday, March 11, 2017. The Pacific Dental Conference is one of North America’s top dental conferences and we are expanding the brand to include the Lab Expo. Come and be part of the growing tradeshow!

All registered PDC attendees will have access to the lectures, PDC Exhibit Hall and the PDC Lab Expo! This year we invite dentists, and their team, to join our dental technicians and denturists. On Saturday we are expecting 3,000 people to attend and this is a great opportunity for dentists and dental technicians to explore new options and technologies together. Please join us for a great time of learning!

PDC Lab Expo - Saturday

Official conference of the:

2017 DTABC Organizing Committee Chris Opitz, RDT (DTABC President) Nadja Jakobi, MDT, RDT Greg Tamkin, RDT Dragon Lipovac, RDT, PIDP Renata Cecconi, BA, Dipl.Tech (DTABC) Shannon Brown, PDC Managing Director Zoie Jansen, PDC Staff To learn more about the Dental Technicians Association of BC visit www.dentaltechniciansofbc.com or contact office@dentaltechniciansofbc.com Tel: 604-278-6279 or toll free at 888-495-4566

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The time to connect is now – join us at the PDC Lab Expo, March 11, 2017


NEW for 2017!

Showcase Stage Elevate Your Lab With Digital Communication

Join Alex Alvarado as he discusses the many efficiencies of digital dentistry including a positive impact on digital workflow between your laboratory and the practice. Learn to maximize workflow between practice and lab, increase consistency of function and aesthetics with your cases.

3Shape

Saturday, 9:30am–10:00am

Zahn Canada, A Division of Henry Schein

Saturday, 11:00am–11:30am

Advancing Your Practice Using Carestream Dental’s Digital Workflow Carestream Dental

Saturday, 11:45am–12:15pm

e.max Demonstration

The CS 3600 intraoral scanner from Carestream Dental puts smarter scanning in your hands. The CS 3600 adapts to your practice’s needs by making digital impression capture fast and easy. You will be able to acquire true color 2D and 3D images with a direct USB Connection for simplified image sharing. Introducing Ivoclar’s new materials and techniques to create natural restorations. Demo includes: Custom infiltration technique for Zenostar MT restorations; Ivocolor stains for Zirconia, PFM and Lithium Disilicate materials; e.max Ceram Power Dentin to achieve esthetics on opaque/translucent frameworks; SR Nexco, gingiva extensions for over-implant restoration.

Ivoclar Vivadent

Saturday, 12:45pm–1:45pm

Natural and Functional Dentures using the NFP Method Saturday, 2:00pm–3:00pm

Zahn Canada, a division of Henry Schein Canada, is the exclusive national distribution partner of Amann Girrbach. In this presentation, we will outline the overall capabilities of the Amann Girrbach In-house CAD/CAM system, opportunities to expand your current offerings as a lab using the Amann Girrbach modular equipment and materials, as well as discuss the new technologies coming to the Canadian market in 2017.

Topics covered include: Philosophy of NFP Method; Balance occlusion; Advantages of using Tribos 501 Teeth system; Creating Natural Esthetic Dentures; Set-up advantages using Natural Waxes.

PDC Lab Expo - Saturday

Zahn Canada – Digital Capabilities with Amann Girrbach

Unique Dental Supply Inc.

Demonstrations in the Lab Expo (Ballroom A/B) where exhibitors will showcase their latest products and technologies.

PDC Lab Expo Exhibitors 3Shape www.3shape.com 908-867-0144 Booth 33 Trang.Vu@3shape.com

Cowan Insurance Brokers Limited www.cowangroup.ca 905-523-8507 x42250 Booth 22 sigrid.neumann@cowangroup.ca

Abutment Direct www.abutmentdirect.com 604-603-0294 Booth 4 jeff@abutmentdirect.com

Dentsply Sirona www.dentsply.ca 905-265-4233 Booth 26 tanya.oliveira@dentsply.com

APK Instrument Canada Inc. www.apkdentalsupplies.com 647-993-5328 Booth 21 apkinstrument@gmail.com

Dentsply Sirona Implants www.dentsplyimplants.com 781-810-6647 Booth 15 Elisabeth.Belo@dentsply.com

Aurum Crest www.aurumgroup.com 800-661-1169 Booth 38 MitchellJ@aurumgroup.com

EDI Digital Technology www.ediceramics.com 604-541-0207 Booth 34 info@ediceramics.com

Bego Canada www.begocanada.com 800-463-2680 liza@begocanada.com

Garfield Refining Co. www.garfieldrefining.com 800-523-0968 Booth 11 dchan@garfieldrefining.com

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Brasseler USA www.brasselerusa.com 912-925-8525 Booth 13 suedenitto@brasselerusa.com Carestream Dental www.carestreamdental.com 585-781-4380 Booth 28 debra.roschetzky@carestreamdental.com

GC America Inc. www.gcamerica.com 708-597-0900 Booth 14 sandy_aron@gcamerica.com Hi Dental Canada Ltd. www.hidental.ca 403-763-3030 Booth 39 info@hidental.ca

Ivoclar Vivadent Inc. www.ivoclarvivadent.ca 877-238-5711 Booth 32 Kerator (Daekwang IDM) www.kerator.com +82-(0)2-3783-7041 Booth 18 overdenture@kerator.com Panthera Dental www.pantheradental.com 855-233-0388 Booth 27 kevan@pantheradental.com Proto3000 Inc. www.proto3000.com 905-738-1779 x124 Booth 40 sandra@proto3000.com Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. www.sinclairdental.com 604-970-8787 Booth 19 ksmethurst@sinclairdental.com Surgically Clean Air www.surgicallycleanair.com 877-440-7770 x707 Booth 29 mike@surgicallycleanair.com SYNCA Marketing www.synca.com 800-667-9622 Booth 35 stefanie.m@synca.com

TGF - 3D (TGF Trading Ltd.) www.tgf-3D.com 604-880-7951 Booths 5, 6 danlee@tgf-3D.com Unique Dental Supply Inc. www.udscanada.com 905-532-0554 Booth 20 sales@udscanada.com Vancouver Community College www.vcc.ca 604-992-2892 Booth 9 lchow@vcc.ca West Coast Dental Milling Centre 604-294-2881 Booth 7 landofrank@yahoo.ca Zahn Canada, A Division of Henry Schein www. zahncanada.ca 289-668-6217 Booth 23 denise.kusinski@zahncanada.ca Zephyr Sleep Technologies www.zephyrsleep.com 877-341-8814 Booth 36 bpettigrew@zephyrsleep.com Zimmer Biomet Dental Canada Inc. www.zimmerbiometdental.com 905-567-2374 Booth 12 Joyce.Haddad@zimmerbiomet.com

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Program at a Glance Official conference of the:

Saturday, March 11 8:00am Lab Expo Open - Coffee available

VCC West Ballroom A/B

8:15am - 9:30am General Welcome VCC West Ballroom A/B Plenary Session: Social Media and Dentistry: Effective Strategies in Social Media Awareness – Jesse Miller 9:30am - 10:00am Coffee Break and Exhibits Open

VCC West Ballroom A/B

10:00am - 11:30am Concurrent Session 1 All-Ceramics: Latest Trends, Controversies and Clinical Tips – Damon Adams VCC West Room 202

Showcase Stage Schedule

The Essentials of Improved Patient Care using the Digital Dental Workflow – Jonathan Ng VCC West Room 203 Immediate Dentistry – George Cowburn / Christien Kopas

VCC West Room 204

11:30am - 1:00pm Lunch (12:30) and Exhibits

VCC West Ballroom A/B

1:00pm - 2:30pm Concurrent Session 2

Creating Dentures with 3 Appointment Approach Using CAD/CAM Technology – Stephen Wagner VCC West Room 202

Treating TMD - A Lecture For Dentists and Technicians – Curtis Westersund VCC West Room 203

Prepless Veneers – Ed Lowe / Nelson Rego

11:00am – 11:30am – Zahn Canada Zahn Canada – Digital Capabilities with Amann Girrbach 11:45am – 12:15pm – Carestream Dental Advancing Your Practice Using Carestream Dental’s Digital Workflow 12:45pm – 1:45pm – Ivoclar Vivadent e.max Demonstration 2:00pm – 3:00pm – Unique Dental Suply Inc. Natural and Functional Dentures using the NFP Method

VCC West Room 204

2:30pm - 3:00pm Coffee Break and Exhibits Open

9:30am – 10:30am – 3Shape Elevate Your Lab With Digital Communication

VCC West Ballroom A/B

3:00pm Lab Expo Closes 3:00pm - 4:30pm Concurrent Session 3 The Road to the Perfect Implant Bar – Bernard Robichaud VCC West Room 202 Color Science and Shade Matching – Chad J. Anderson VCC West Room 203 Additive Manufacturing, Revolutionizing The Way Things Are Made – Barry Diener VCC West Room 204 4:30pm - 5:30pm Reception and Closing

Level 2 City Foyer

Vancouver Convention Centre – West Building Level 2

202, 203, 204

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Lab Expo Ballroom A/B

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Social Media and Dentistry: Effective Strategies in Social Media Awareness

Jesse Miller focuses on the topics of social media awareness, social networking behaviour, and online content evaluation. Jesse has been a featured speaker for a number of medical, dental, and healthcare conferences across North America including the Pacific Dental Conference and the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry and providing a provocative vantage point to social media and technology.

Jesse Miller, DDS, FACP

Learning Pattern: Practice Excellence Technology, Communication, Dental Technician CE Approval

CDSBC PM

ADA&C NE

Effective Strategies in Social Media Awareness Focuses on Social Media literacies in our personal and professional lives where the dental professional can explore how social media may benefit or negatively impact a career.

CDHBC F.2

Concurrent Session 1

10:00am–11:30am

All-Ceramics: Latest Trends, Controversies and Clinical Tips Damon Adams, DDS VCC West - Room 202

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

CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

CDHBC N/A

The Essentials of Improved Patient Care using the Digital Dental Workflow Jonathan Ng, BMedSc, DDS, MSc, Dip. Pros., FRCD(C)

VCC West - Room 203 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Technology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

CDHBC N/A

Immediate Dentistry George Cowburn Christien Kopas, CDA VCC West - Room 204 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Technology CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

CDHBC N/A

Official conference of the:

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 editorin-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.

In this brief information-packed program, Dr. Adams, from his unique perspective as editor-in-chief of one of North America’s leading clinical news journals, will present an engaging presentation focused on a variety of topics that are designed to help the doctor and lab team ensure mutual success. 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.

The digital workflow has already changed the face of dentistry and how dental practices and labs operate. Improve your patient care with digital impressions, digital in-office and in-lab designs, smile design and technology driven treatment planning for better communication with labs and patients.

Dental Technicians Association of BC – Sessions

Welcome Address and Plenary Session Saturday 8:15am–9:30am VCC West – Ballroom A/B

George Cowburn originally was enrolled in engineering but switched over to the denturism program at NAIT after seeing the industry’s potential. In 2003 George gave a presentation to his classmates on how digital dentistry would completely change the industry. He was about a decade ahead of his time. He is the jack of all trades as a denturist, scanning expert, design expert and implant specialist. Christien Kopas attended Bellingham Technical College obtaining her Dental Assisting Certificate. After graduating, she focused on managing dental offices in Kelowna, BC. With 26 years in dentistry as a CDA, administrator and manager, Chris became an expert in intra-oral scanning and digital workflow and in 2012, she offered 3Shape Trios ready seminars to Universities, Prosthodontists, GPs and RDT’s.

This session examines the changing ways dental professionals communicate with labs and exploring the advantages and limitations of emerging technologies. We will explore the pros and cons of historical and new methods of data acquisition and how they influence treatment planning. Co-sponsored by: Carestream Dental

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Join us for lunch and visit everyone!

PDC Lab Expo

VCC West – Ballroom A/B

Exhibits 8:00am – 3:00pm Showcase Stage 9:30am – 3:00pm Lunch 11:30am – 12:30pm Official conference of the:

Concurrent Session 2

1:00pm–2:30pm

Creating Dentures with 3 Appointment Approach Using CAD/CAM Technology Stephen Wagner, DDS, FACP VCC West - Room 202

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Technology, Removable Prosthodontics CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

CDHBC N/A

Stephen Wagner, a maxillofacial prosthodontist from Albuquerque, NM USA is a Diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontics and a Fellow of both the ACP and AAMP. Dr. Wagner serves on the Review Board of JOMI and is Editor of the ACP Board Preparation app. His dental images have been used by the New York Times, ABC News, The Discovery Channel, Newsweek, and The American Dental Association.

Dr. Wagner will demonstrate a cutting edge digitally augmented clinical workflow designed to produce high-quality complete removable dentures in three, thirty minute appointments. Based on the solid time tested principles of the past, this technique takes denture fabrication into the 21st century. Co-sponsored by: Dentsply Sirona

Treating TMD – A Lecture For Dentists and Technicians Curtis Westersund, DDS VCC West - Room 203 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Occlusion/TMD CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

CDHBC N/A

Prepless Veneers Ed Lowe, BSc, DMD, FICOI, FACD Nelson Rego, CDT VCC West - Room 204 Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Aesthetics, Dental Technician, Materials/Techniques CE Approval

CDSBC CL

ADA&C NE

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Curtis Westersund earned his DDS in 1979. His practices TMD in Calgary Alberta. His publications include: CRANIO: The Journal of Craniomandibular & Sleep Practice, Handbook of Research on Computerized Occlusal Analysis Technology Applications in Dental Medicine, and “The Body Mechanics Workbook”. He trains on how to treat patients with the T-scan, the Myotronics K-7, and Bio-Research EMG pack.

Treating TMD is a collaborative event with the dentist and the dental lab. Understanding the sensitivity of occlusion is key to providing quick and effective treatment for the patient. The dental lab has to be an integral player in the Dentists efforts to help the TMD patient. Ed Lowe is a 1986 graduate of UBC dentistry where he is adjunct faculty and has a private practice devoted to comprehensive aesthetic and reconstructive dentistry in downtown Vancouver, BC. He is an accredited member and examiner in the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. Dr. Lowe sits on the editorial board of 4 dental journals and is the editor of the Journal of Cosmetic Dentistry. Nelson Rego co-owns Smile Designs by Rego in Santa Fe Springs, CA. An Accredited member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Rego has published over 65 articles on dental materials and techniques for leading dental journals.

Porcelain veneers with minimal to no tooth preparation are an attractive option for patients who want to improve their appearance but refuse to have their teeth reduced. This program will outline the clinician and ceramist’s roles in achieving a successful functional and aesthetic outcome.

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The Road to the Perfect Implant Bar Bernard Robichaud VCC West - Room 202

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Implants CE Approval

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Bernard Robichaud is the co-founder of Panthera Dental, a lecturer, and a specialist in high technology CAD/CAM dental products. He graduated in telecommunication at college Radio Television of Quebec. During his career he led several lectures in English and French in more than 10 countries and trained over 400 dental specialists in CAD/CAM dental field.

Learn how to offer different solutions to treat patients with a variety of implant bars. Discover new types of implant bars combining aesthetic and hygiene. See the benefits of implant bars coming from different milling centers in order to make proper decisions when outsourcing production. Sponsored by: Panthera Dental

Color Science and Shade Matching Chad J. Anderson, MS, DMD VCC West - Room 203

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

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Additive Manufacturing, Revolutionizing The Way Things Are Made Barry Diener, BS VCC West - Room 204

Learning Pattern: Clinical Excellence Dental Technician, Technology, Removable Prosthodontics CE Approval

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Chad J. Anderson is a Research Instructor in the Department of Prosthodontics and Operative Dentistry at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine with a focus on clinical materials research. During his graduate work he developed a digital system that quantitatively analyzes small increments of color change. This process in the past ten years has been used in clinical research around the world.

This lecture will give you an overview of the areas of color science, shade matching and laboratory communication. During this lecture you will learn valuable and simple alterations to shade taking protocol that will make a significant difference in your aesthetic restorative outcome. Barry Diener has been employed by Stratasys since 2014 and currently serves as the Dental Segment Leader – North America. Barry graduated from Indiana University in 2003 with B.S. in Public Affairs Management. Over his 12 year dental career Barry has served in several Sales Management roles supporting both large dental manufacturers and distributors focused on digital dentistry.

Join Barry Diener (Dental Segment Leader - North America) from Stratasys as he examines the impact of 3D printing on commerical markets, 3DP in the dental industry, and different types of printing technologies. Sponsored by: Proto3000 Inc.

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Exhibitor Listings Aseptico www.aseptico.com 425-487-3157 Booth 1713 conv@aseptico.com

BMO Bank of Montreal www.bmo.com/main/business 877-629-6262 Booth 1252 pino.loverro@bmo.com

Centrix, Inc. www.centrixdental.com 203-929-5582 x7438 Booth 1902 lthunem@centrixdental.com

3Shape www.3shape.com 908-867-0812 Booth 1629 nancy.jain@3shape.com

Atop Dental Canada Inc. www.beyes.ca 416-293-2868 Booth 1051 jay.x@beyes.ca

Books by Login Canada www.lb.ca 204-837-2987 x219 Booth 1721 cab@lb.ca

Cerebra Health www.cerebrahealth.com 204-793-9206 Booth 1554 laura.mcarthur@cerebrahealth.com

A-dec, Inc. www.a-dec.com 503-548-7478 Booth 429 domestic@a-dec.com

Attridge Dental Real Estate www.attridgedental.com 604-363-5258 Booth 1162 jjackson@attridgedental.com

BQ Ergonomics www.bqe-usa.com 877-938-9034 Booth 1651 info@bqergonomics.com

A.Titan Instruments www.operatorymanagement.com 877-837-4277 Booth 1643 kim.valenti@atitan.com

Aurum Group www.aurumgroup.com 800-663-1721 Booth 1335 ce@aurumgroup.com

Brasseler Canada www.brasselerusa.com 800-841-4522 Booth 1035 info@brasselerusa.com

Certified Dental Assistants of British Columbia www.cdabc.org 604-714-1766 Booth L1-4 info@cdabc.org

ABELDent Inc. www.ABELDent.com 800-267-2235 x1 Booth 1243 Info@ABELDent.com

BC Lung Association’s QuitNow Services www.quitnow.ca 250-656-9706 Booth L1-22 kathyboyd@shaw.ca

British Columbia Dental Association www.bcdental.org 604-736-7202 bcda@bcdental.org

BC Oral Cancer Prevention Program www.orcanet.ca 604-675-8000 x7069 Booth L1-17 than@bccrc.ca

British Columbia Dental Hygienists’ Association www.bcdha.com 604-415-4559 Booth L1-9 info@bcdha.bc.ca

ACI DentaCall Communications Inc. www.denta-call.com 604-762-5573 Booth 1644 dentacall@gmail.com ACTEON North America www.acteoncanada.com 800-289-6367 Booth 203 info@acteoncanada.com ACU-XPD 888-415-9964 Booth 95 lourdesinfinite@gmail.com Al Heaps & Associates Inc. www.HEAPSandDOYLE.com 604-724-1964 Booth 335 henry@heapsanddoyle.com Align Technology www.invisalign.com 888-822-5446

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Allstar Dental Laboratories www.allstardental.com 604-872-2552 Booth 1251 info@allstardental.com AMD Medicom Inc. www.medicom.ca 514-636-6262

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American Eagle Instruments, Inc. www.am-eagle.com 406-549-7451 Booth 1402 customerservice@am-eagle.com Ansell www.ansellcanada.ca 888-267-3555 Booth 1745 serviceclientcanada@ansell.com Arborlea Developments Ltd. www.arborleadev.com 604-307-0875 Booth 454 robert@arborleadev.com Argen Canada www.argencanada.com 250-712-1344 Booth 113 richardn@argencanada.com

Belmont / Takara Company Canada Ltd. www.takarabelmont.ca 905-822-2755 Booth 943 mauger@takarabelmont.ca Beutlich Pharmaceuticals, LLC www.beutlich.com 800-238-8542 Booth 1303 beutlich@beutlich.com BioHorizons Canada www.biohorizons.com 866-468-8338 Booth 92 infocanada@biohorizons.com BIOLASE www.biolase.com 949-361-1200 Booth 345 Events@biolase.com Bisco Dental Products Canada Inc. www.biscocanada.com 604-276-8662 Booth 409 info@biscocanada.com BITES Institute www.bitesinstitute.com 604-568-1586 Booth 145 ciel@bitesinstitute.com Blue & Green Inc. www.blueandgreeninc.com 416-733-7900 Booth 1743 info@blueandg.com

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Can - Am Gold www.canamgold.ca 604-583-6657 Booth 1751 canamgold@gmail.com Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry www.caed.ca 514-769-3939 Booth L1-13 info@caed.ca Canadian Dental Hygienists Association www.cdha.ca 800-267-5235 Booth L1-10 info@cdha.ca Canadian Dental Staffing www.canadiandentalstaffing.com 604-368-8657 Booth 1720 leanne@canadiandentalstaffing.com Canadian Red Cross www.redcross.ca 250-418-0973 Booth 1810 dave.adamson@redcross.ca Carestream Dental www.carestreamdental.com 855-762-2291 Booth 928 debra.roschetzky@carestream.com Carl Zeiss Canada Ltd. www.zeiss.ca 604-360-7256 Booth 1654 abrar.esop@zeiss.com CDSPI www.cdspi.com 416-296-9401 cdspi@cdspi.com

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Chase Paymentech www.chasepaymentech.ca 877-801-1817 Booth 1350 cheryl.rafter@chasepaymentech.ca Chi Couture Uniforms www.mychi.ca 778-320-0067 Booth 2004 agnes@mychi.ca CIBC www.cibc.com 604-673-8837 Citagenix Inc. www.citagenix.com 877-243-6724 info@citagenix.com

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ClearCorrect www.clearcorrect.com 888-331-3323 x1066 Booth 1702 msmith@clearcorrect.com ClearDent www.cleardent.com 866-253-2748 x1 Booth 1219 info@cleardent.com Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services www.clinicalresearchdental.com 800-265-3444 Booth 1209 info@clinicalresearchdental.com Colgate www.colgateprofessional.com 416-421-6000 Booth 1319 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.cdtbc.ca 604-278-8324 Booth L1-3 info@cdtbc.ca College of Denturists of BC www.cd.bc.ca 604-515-0533 Booth L1-12 registrar@cd.bc.ca

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3M Oral Care www.3MESPE.ca 519-452-6560 Booth 1000 gkmcglynn@mmm.com


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Exhibitor Listings Coltene Inc. www.coltenewhaledent.com 800-221-3046 Booth 444 morrison@coltenewhaledent.com

DentalEZ Integrated Solutions www.dentalez.com 610-725-8004 Booth 208 efficiency@dentalez.com

ConfirmByEmail www.confirmbyemail.com 403-852-4382 Booth 451 dean@confirmbyemail.com

Dentalree.com www.dentalree.com 408-455-2150 Booth 350 linda0laine@gmail.com

Crest Oral-B Inc. www.dentalcare.ca 416-730-4110 Booths 743, 1052 tso.s@pg.com

DentalVibe www.dentalvibe.com 561-613-6262 Booth 1161 events@dentalvibe.com

Crosstex International www.crosstex.com 631-582-6777 Booth 1346 crosstex@crosstex.com

DentistFind.com www.dentistfind.com 888-784-7878 x808 Booth 1254 sharky@dentistfind.com

Curasan Inc www.curasaninc.com 919-941-9770 Booth 1709 doreylee.jamison@curasan.com

DentLight Inc. www.dentlight.com 800-763-6901 Booth 453 sales@dentlight.com

Curve Communications www.curvecommunications.com 604-248-4201 Booth 1805 george@curvecommunications.com

Dentsply Sirona www.dentsply.ca 905-851-6060 Booths 503, 643

Edge Endo www.edgeendo.com 855-985-3636 Booth 245 info@edgeendo.com

Dentsply Sirona Endodontics www.dentsply.com 800-662-1202 Booth 543 Lesa.Hanna@dentsply.com

Embrosin Medical Technologies Inc. www.embrosin.com 416-848-3741 Booth 1355 info@embrosin.com

Dentsply Sirona Laboratory Booth 1329

Enagic Kangen 604-618-6434 Booth 1747 kangenizer4you@gmail.com

David Mitchell General Contractor www.dmco.ca 604-805-5645 Booth 244 davoodmoradir@gmail.com Davidson Dental Appraisals & Sales www.davidson-dental.com 403-256-4474 Booth 1552 lisa@davidson-dental.com DenMat www.denmat.com 800-433-6628 info@denmat.com

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Denturist Association of British Columbia www.denturist.bc.ca 250-372-3011 Booth L1-11 koreconnolly@gmail.com

Designs for Vision, Inc. www.DesignsForVision.com Dental Canada INSTRUMENTATION 800-345-4009 Booth 1144 www.mydentalcanada.com info@DesignsForVision.com 905-641-0975 Booth 1154 jongyoon@mydentalcanada.com DEXIS www.dexis.com Dental Fix Rx 414-331-6067 Booth 921 www.dentalfixrx.com Mary.koloski@kavokerrgroup.com 250-954-9344 Booth 1735 DiaDent Group International connie.stokes@dentalfixrx.com www.diadent.com Dental Industry Association of Canada 604-451-8851 Booth 1509 www.diac.ca katie@diadent.com 905-417-7462 Booth L1-6 Diatech info@diac.ca www.diatechusa.com 843-849-3700 x6006 Booth 1620 Dental R.A.T. cheri.corder@diatechusa.com www.dentalrat.com 877-278-0061 Booth 1852 Digital Doc, LLC sales@dentalrat.com www.digi-doc.com 916-941-8010 Booth 1302 Dental Savings Club kkelley@digi-doc.com www.dentalsavingsclub.com 888-768-1230 Booth 1419 DMG Canada Inc. info@dentalsavingsclub.com www.dmg-america.com Booth 253 Dental Technicians Association of BC 800-662-6383 info@dmg-america.com www.dentaltechniciansofbc.com 604-278-6279 Booth L1-2 Doxa Dental office@dentaltechniciansofbc.com www.CeramirUS.com 855-369-2872 Booth 1153 Dental Tribune America, LLC info@ceramirus.com www.dental-tribune.com 212-244-7181 Booth 1846

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DPAP Counselling 800-661-9199 Booth L1-7 dpapcounselling@shaw.ca DR FUJI / ACIGI www.fujichair.com 510-651-9088 x112 Booth 1454 marketing@drfuji.com Dynamic Productions Inc. www.dynamicproductions.ca 604-529-1181 x3 Booth 1650 ian@dynamicproductions.ca East Side Dental Clinic www.vnhs.net 604-254-9900 Booth L1-14 lex.vides@vnhs.net EasyMarkit www.easymarkit.com 855-221-3279 Booth 1411 contact@easymarkit.com

Endo/Tech www.endo-tech.com 902-429-2257 Booth 1437 svincent@endo-tech.com Everything Uniforms www.everythinguniforms.ca 604-514-9903 Booth 455 unishop@telus.net FDI - World Dental Federation www.fdiworldental.org 41225608144 Booth L1-16 echevron@fdiworldental.org First Edition First Aid Training Inc. www.firsteditionfirstaid.ca 403-243-2644 Booth 355 info@firsteditionfirstaid.ca Flight Dental Systems www.flightdentalsystems.com 905-799-0517 Booth 1653 joseph@flightdentalsystems.com Garfield Refining Company www.garfieldrefining.com 800-523-0968 Booth 1304 info@garfieldrefining.com Garrison Dental Solutions www.garrisondental.com 616-842-2244 x214 Booth 1522 rgood@garrisondental.com GC America Inc. www.gcamerica.com 708-597-0900 Booth 851 marlyse_williams@gcamerica.com

Gendex Dental Systems www.gendex.com 414-331-3067 Booth 1009, 1011 Mary.koloski@kavokerrgroup.com Germiphene Corporation www.germiphene.com 800-265-9931 Booth 1729 smcintyre@germiphene.com Gibraltar Holdings Ltd. www.gibraltar.ca 604-618-7650 Booth 1055 pauls@gibraltar.ca GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare www.gsk.ca 905-814-2220 Booth 934 GLO Apparel www.gloapparel.com 888-233-4333 Booth 1808 info@gloapparel.com GluStitch Inc. www.glustitch.com/periacryl 604-940-2262 Booth 1510 info@glustitch.com Hands On Training Ltd. www.handsontraining.com 888-806-4442 Booth 103 www.handsontraining.com HANSAmed Limited www.hansamed.net 800-363-2876 Booth 1531 info@hansamed.net happymouth www.happy-mouth.com 855-992-7827 x107 Booth 952 tonjah@dosebiome.com Hawaiian Moon www.aloecream.biz 888-256-3276 Booth 1053 sales@aloecream.biz Health Smart Financial www.healthsmartfinancial.com 416-775-1985 Booth 1822 alex@healthsmartfinancial.com Hedy Canada Inc. www.hedycanada.com 403-571-2277 Booth 302 info@hedycanada.com Henry Schein www.henryschein.ca 604-527-8888 x2587 Booths 87, 709 prashant.ohri@henryschein.ca Heraeus Kulzer www.heraeusdentalusa.com 800-431-1785 Booth 89 marc.teichman@kulzer-dental.com Hesira Med www.HesiraMed.com 844-437-4721 Booth 1645 info@hesiramed.com


Exhibitor Listings KaVo Dental www.kavousa.com 414-331-3067 Booths 909, 911 Mary.koloski@kavokerrgroup.com

Maxident Dental Software www.maxidentsoftware.com 800-663-7199 Booth 1635 info@maximsoftware.com

MS Meditech Solutions Inc. www.msmeditech.com 604-270-8358 Booth 1135 syang@msmeditech.com

Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. www.hu-friedy.com 773-975-6100 info@hufriedy.com

KERATOR (Daekwang IDM) www.kerator.com 82237837041 Booth 1352 overdenture@kerator.com

maxill inc. www.maxill.com 519-631-7370 Booth 1442 customerservice@maxill.com

National Dental Inc. www.nationaldental.com 800-392-1171 x102 Booth 1429 neilmagneson@gmail.com

i-CAT www.i-CAT.com 414-331-3067 Booth 923 Mary.koloski@kavokerrgroup.com

Kerr Corporation www.kerrdental.com 800-346-3636 Booths 913,1010 Tammy.Morrow@Kerrdental.com

MCS Handpiece Ltd. www.mcshandpiece.com 604-575-8544 Booth 1802 info@mcshandpiece.com

iFinance Dentalcard www.dentalcard.ca 888-689-9876 x501 Booth 1746 ljohnson@ifinancecanada.com

Keystone Dental www.keystonedental.com 949-344-5521 Booth 1452 rradusovsky@keystonedental.com

Medcorp Construction 604-783-4279 Booth 251 gary@landcorp.ca

National Leasing Healthcare Financing www.nationalleasing.com 604-448-3011 Booth 1446 cheryl.anderson@nationalleasing.com

Implant Direct International www.implantdirect.com 661-705-4901 Booth 1111 gpage@implantdirect.com

Keystone Industries www.keystoneind.com 330-204-7473 Booth 1253 mshank@keystoneind.com

Implant Genius www.implantgenius.com 604-558-3369 Booth 99 info@implantgenius.com

Kuraray America www.kuraraydental.com 800-879-1676 Booth 1820 info@kuraray.com

Instrumentarium www.instrumentariumdental.com/usa 800-558-6120 Booth 919 usainfo@instrudental.com

Larr Sales Inc. www.larrsales.com 905-474-2233 Booth 1255 info@larrsales.com

International College of Dentists / Semiahmoo Dental Outreach www.icd-canada.org 204-349-3014 Booth L1-19 icdbaker@mts.net

LED Dental www.leddental.com 844-952-7327 Booth 1711 info@leddental.com

MicroDental Laboratories at Vancouver www.microdental.com 604-873-0888 Booth 1742 SThomson@microdental.com

Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc. www.ivoclarvivadent.ca 877-238-5711 Booth 319

Leixir Dental Group - Canada www.leixircanada.com 604-299-2286 Booth 1421 jandersen@leixircanada.com

Micrylium Laboratories www.micrylium.com 800-489-8868 Booth 1203 greenteam@micrylium.com

J&P Distributors Inc. www.jpdistributors.ca 604-270-3991 Booth 1551 customerservice@jpdistributors.ca

Lips Inc. www.lipsinc.com 416-567-8925 Booths 1435, 1535 warren@lipsinc.com

J. Morita USA, Inc. www.jmoritausa.com 949-581-9600 Booth 1445 info@jmoritausa.com

LumaDent, Inc. www.lumadent.com 775-829-4488 Booths 90, 1247 info@lumadent.com

John Dental Supplies Inc. www.dentalinstrument.ca 647-765-1814 Booth 1555 john@dentalinstrument.ca

M.A.R.S Bio-Med Processes Inc. www.marsbiomed.com 866-594-3648 Booth 256 mike@marsbiomed.com

Miele Limited www.mieleprofessional.ca 905-532-2270 x225 Booth 843 ulrike.lindig@miele.ca

Johnson & Johnson Inc. www.jnjcanada.com 905-968-2000 Booth 534

Main Street Hub www.mainstreethub.com 512-485-4221 Booth 1152 anna.li@mainstreethub.com

Mimountino Designs Ltd. www.mimountinodesigns.com 6047641619 Booth 1155 mbmina@hotmail.com

Booth 1235

Johnson & Johnson Medical Device Companies www.pronorthsolutions.ca 604-787-5185 Booth 1521 rhorne@pronorthsolutions.ca Journees dentaires internationales du Quebec www.odq.qc.ca 514-875-8511 Booth 1621 congres@odq.qc.ca

Mars Dental Supply www.marsdental.ca 604-533-1820 Booth 1208 bob.almasi@marsdental.ca

Medical Mart www.medimart.com 905-624-6200 x216 Booth 1502 marketing@medimart.com MediCapital Inc. www.medicapital.net 800-363-2891 x246 Booth 93 graeme@medicapital.net Microcopy www.microcopydental.com 800-235-1863 Booth 1753 heather@microcopydental.com

National Massage Chairs www.nationalmassagechair.ca 604-253-6636 Booth 1603 danuschanus@gmail.com Navigate Surgical Technologies Inc. www.inliant.com 604-367-4497 Booth 211 info@inliant.com NeoSource www.neosource.ca 204-832-8481 Booth 353 carol@neosource.ca Nicola Wealth Management www.nicolawealth.com 604-739-6450 Booth 1844 lcollins@nicolawealth.com Nobel Biocare Canada Inc. www.nobelbiocare.com 800-939-9394 Booth 129 info.canada@nobelbiocare.com

North Shore Dental Temps www.placements@ northshoredentaltemps.com Booth 1353 Mid-Continental Dental Supply Co. Ltd. 604-990-8777 placements@northshoredentaltemps.com www.mid-continental.com 800-882-7341 Booth 55 NSK Dental LLC alana.d.meyer@gmail.com www.nskdental.com 888-675-1675 Booth 303 Midmark Corporation info@nskdental.com www.midmark.com 937-526-8244 Booth 1625 felsass@midmark.com

MIS Implants www.mis-implants.ca 514-633-0076 Booth 243 service@mis-implants.ca

Master Dental Solution Ltd. MNP LLP www.masterdentalsolution.com 778-279-7070 Booth 1545 www.mnp.ca Booth 1637 masterdentalsolution@hotmail.com 604-685-8408 Vancouver.Reception@mnp.ca

nu apparel www.nuapparel.ca 604-417-6522 Booth 955 manthanhhoang@yahoo.com NuSmile www.nusmile.com 800-346-5133 info@nusmile.com

Booth 1550

Ocean Ceramics Ltd. www.oceanceramics.com 604-777-1337 Booth 1409 team.oc@oceanceramics.com Ocean Pacific Med Tec Ltd. www.ocean-pacific.ca 604-980-6500 Booth 250 sales@ocean-pacific.ca OmicDx www.perio.codahost.com 204-803-6979 Booth 1655 petertaylor158@gmail.com

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Hiossen Implant Canada Inc. www.hiossen.ca 604-324-0112 Booth 119 shawn@hiossen.ca


Exhibitor Listings Oral Oncology BC Cancer Agency www.orcanet.ca 604-675-8000 x7069 Booth L1-17 than@bccrc.ca

Exhibitor Listings

Oral Science www.oralscience.com 888-442-7070 Booth 403 info@oralscience.com

Philips Sonicare www.philipsoralhealthcare.com 800-676-7664 Booth 703 Plaque HD www.plaquehdpro.com 514-242-3855 Booth 1445 imiller@plaquehd.com

Purtzki & Associates www.justfordentists.com 604-669-7558 Booth 1425 purtzki@purtzki.com

Royale British Columbia Financial Inc. www.rbcfi.com 250-858-4250 Booths 94, 1047 roy.lachance@rbcfi.com

Q-Optics www.q-optics.com 866-399-4609 Booth 1102 info@thesurgicalroom.ca

Sable Industries Inc. www.sableindustriesinc.com 519-579-9323 Booth 143 bhough@sableindustriesinc.com Safari Dental Inc. www.safaridental.com 450-433-5754 Booth 1609 sales@safaridental.com Sanctuary Health Malaysia www.sanctuary-dental.com -2553334 Booth 1354 christine@sanctuaryhealth.com.my Schick by Dentsply Sirona www.schickbysirona.com 718-937-5765 Booths 551 Manon.Bouthillier@dentsplysirona.com School of Dentistry, University of Alberta www.ualberta.ca/school-of-dentistry 780-492-5431 Booth 1703 btwiltsh@ualberta.ca SciCan Ltd. www.scican.com 416-446-4515 Booths 1029, 1228 aearnshaw@scican.com Scotiabank www.scotiabank.com 604-619-4699 Booth 918 shaun.east@scotiabank.com Scrub Depot www.scrubdepot.ca 778-889-2000 Booth 1455 scrubdepotcanada@gmail.com SDI (North America) Inc. www.sdi.com.au 630-361-9211 Booth 1351 alice.cho@sdi.com.au Septodont www.septodont.ca 519-623-0506 Booth 1309 SheerVision www.sheervision.com 310-265-8918 Booth 1404 myra@sheervision.com Shofu Dental Corporation www.shofu.com 800-827-4638 Booth 1543 customer-service@shofu.com Sikka Software Corporation www.sikkasoftware.com 408-724-9980 Booth 1755 Amyn.Patel@sikkasoftware.com Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. www.sinclairdental.com 800-663-7393 Booth 729 info@sinclairdental.com SmartWeb Canada www.smartwebcanada.com 778-996-3232 Booth 352 info@smartwebcanada.com

Orascoptic www.orascoptic.com 800-369-3698 Booths 1013, 1110 katie.evenson@oroscoptic.com

Pinnacle Wealth Brokers James Okano www.pinnaclewealthbrokers.com 778-241-9170 Booth 953 james.okano@pinnaclewealth.ca

Orbit Imaging Centres www.orbitimaging.com 604-879-9449 Booth 1453 mbesic@orbitimaging.com

Planmeca USA, Inc. www.planmecausa.com 630-529-2300 Booth 235 sales@Planmecausa.com

R.E. Morrison Equipment Inc. www.remequip.com 905-828-6301 x202 Booth 1553 e.hubbard@remequip.com

Orofacial Therapeutics 619-303-4606 Booth 2002 diane@quicksplint.com

Power Dental USA www.mydentalusa.com 815-363-8003 Booth 1405 joseph@mydentalusa.com

Raj Hans Inc. Chartered Professional Accountants www.rajhans.ca 604-746-7770 Booth 111 rajca@shaw.ca

Orthodontic Supply of Canada Inc. www.orthosupply.ca 506-462-0308 Booth 351 april@orthosupply.ca Pacific Blue Cross www.pac.bluecross.ca 604-419-2000 Booth 1520 Pacific Institute for Advanced Dental Education www.pacificinstitute.co 800-668-2280 Booth 105 ryan@pacificinstitute.co Pacific Training Institute for Facial Aesthetics www.ptifa.com 604-681-0066 Booth 1109 Carly@ptifa.com

Premier Dental (Canada) www.premusa.com 416-564-5881 Booth 344 dgrassie@premusa.com Premium Dental Laboratories Ltd. www.premiumlab.com 604-294-2881 Booths 1242, 1443 prem2@telus.net Pro One Uniforms www.prooneuniforms.com 604-468-9903 Booth 853 info@prooneuniforms.com Professional Practice Sales Ltd. www.ppsales.com 604-913-7717 Booth 97 mike.suffield@ppsales.com

Panthera Dental www.pantheradental.com 855-233-0388 Booth 1754 info@pantheradental.com

Professional Sales Associates, Inc. www.profsales.com 330-299-7343 Booth 1119 pam@profsales.com

Paradise Dental Technologies www.pdtdental.com 800-240-9895 Booth 1408 wendypdt@yahoo.com

ProSites, Inc. www.prosites.com 888-932-3644 info@prosites.com

Patrola Law Corporation www.patrolalaw.com 778-565-4700 x102 Booth 1604 ppatrola@patrolalaw.com

Protec Dental Laboratories Ltd. www.protecdental.com 604-873-8000 Booths 1043, 1045 info@protecdental.com

Patterson Dental www.pattersondental.com 604-247-1991 Booth 419 gary.doroshenko@pattersondental.ca

Proto3000 www.proto3000.com 905-738-1779 Booth 951 info@proto3000.com

Pelton & Crane www.pelton.net 414-331-3067 Booth 1019 Mary.koloski@kavokerrgroup.com

Provision Chartered Professional Accountants Inc. www.provisionaccountinggroup.ca 604-273-6601 Booth 1619 info@provisiongroup.ca

Periowave Dental Technologies www.periowave.com 604-669-0555 Booth 1723 ebrinkman@ondinebio.com

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Pulpdent Corporation www.pulpdent.com 617-926-6666 x645 Booth 1503 allison@pulpdent.com

QWERTY Dental Inc. www.QWERTYdental.com 888-858-9729 Booth 954 sales@QWERTYdental.com

RBC Dominion Securities www.teresadickson.com 877-695-6635 Booth 1544 teresa.dickson@rbc.com Relax FIR Master Inc. www.fir-master.com 714-588-1221 Booth 1752 info@fir-master.com Renaissance RCA Dental Lab. www.rcalab.com 604-980-0100 Booth 343 rcalab@hotmail.com Returning Swans www.returningswans.com -1.0139E+12 Booth 1803 75398103@qq.com RGP Dental, Inc. www.rgpergo.com 401-254-9695 dj@rgpdental.com

Booth 1305

Rockyview Handpiece Repair Ltd. www.rockyviewrepair.ca 587-351-8324 Booth 1652 dustin@rockyviewrepair.ca ROI Corporation www.roicorp.com 604-220-2396 Booth 1725 marcia@roicorp.com Rose Micro Solutions www.rosemicrosolutions.com 716-608-0009 Booths 450, 1451 mark@rosemicrosolutions.com Ross Healthcare Inc. www.rosshc.org 604-521-6626 x1 Booth 1622 marc@rosshealthcare.org Royal Canadian Dental Corp www.forces.gc.ca 604-666-0166 Booth 1547 anthony.wright@forces.gc.ca


Exhibitor Listings The Bridge Network Inc. www.bridge-network.com 800-922-7434 Booth 1347 sales@bridge-network.com The Surgical Room Inc. www.thesurgicalroom.ca 866-399-4609 Booth 1202 info@thesurgicalroom.ca Thommen Medical Canada Inc. www.thommenmedical.com 877-242-6012 Booth 1744

vivian.scheurich@thommenmedical.com

Specialized banking advice for your practice.

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.

Tokuyama Dental America www.Tokuyama-us.com 760-942-7211 Booth 1403 lisa@tokuyama-us.com Toothbus www.toothbus.ca 778-721-0800 info@toothbus.ca

Booth 1904

Tri Hawk www.trihawk.com 877-874-4295 Booth 1505 dentalinfo@trihawk.com

http://www.tdcanadatrust.com/products-services/small-business/professionals/dentists/dentists.jsp

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.

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Smile Restoration Dental Lab www.srdentallab.com 604-541-0107 Booth 1525 srdl2112@gmail.com

Straumann www.straumann.ca 800-363-4024 Booth 443 info.can@straumann.com

Snap On Optics www.snaponoptics.com 602-272-0827 Booth 1529 raysnaponoptics@gmail.com

Sunstar Canada www.GUMBrand.com 519-341-3318 Booth 309 lynn.mcpherson@ca.sunstar.com

Solutionreach www.solutionreach.com 866-605-6867 Booth 96 sales@solutionreach.com

Supermax Healthcare Canada Inc. www.supermaxcanada.com 450-926-2828 Booth 1105 sbergeron@supermaxcanada.com

Sowingo.com Corp. www.sowingo.com 888-997-3133 Booth 1613 arun@sowingo.com

Sure Dental www.suredental.com 888-277-2335 Booth 1647 info@suredental.com

SpiralTech www.spiraltech.com 312-340-5651 Booth 202 koneill@spiraltech.com

Surgically Clean Air www.surgicallycleanair.com 877-440-7770 x702 Booth 552 doug@surgicallycleanair.com

Staff Direct www.staffdirect.ca 604-985-6368 Booth 1611 jmkralovic@gmail.com

Swell Private Wealth www.swellwealth.com 855-831-1712 Booth 1705 steve@swellwealth.com

Stoma Dental www.stomadental.com 855-800-3683 Booth 1623 sales@stomadental.com

Synca Marketing Inc. www.synca.com 800-667-9622 Booths 1342, 1343

Strathcona Community Dental Clinic www.strathcona-health.ca 604-713-5851 Booth L1-21 strathconahealth@vsb.bc.ca

Tier Three Brokerage Ltd. www.tierthree.ca 289-242-8962 Booth 1151 barb.johns@tierthree.ca

TD Canada Trust www.tdcanadatrust.com/ smallbusiness/professionals.jsp 416-308-5636 Booth 1719 david.shilton@td.com

Tuttnauer Canada 604-816-2065 Booth 1710 g.kowalczyk@shaw.ca UBC Faculty of Dentistry, Continuing Dental Education www.dentistry.ubc.ca 604-822-6751 Booth 1731 alumni@dentistry.ubc.ca Ultimate Creations, Inc. www.InfiniteAloe.com 323-906-2880 x103 Booths 209, 1608 chrissie@ultcreate.com Ultralight Optics www.ultralightoptics.com 323-316-4514 Booths 1313, 1537 customerservice@ultralightoptics.com

UniNature Dental Enterprise (BC) Inc. www.uninaturedental.com 604-270-8911 Booth 1631 info@uninaturedental.com Unique Dental Supply Inc. www.udscanada.com 905-532-0554 Booth 157 accounting@udscanada.com Univet Optical Technologies North America Inc. www.univet.it 647-201-4434 Booth 1513 atif.sarfraz@univet-optic.com V-Tac Payroll Management www.vtacpayroll.ca 416-766-9704 x221 Booth 1854 info@vtacpayroll.ca

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Your banking should be as personalized as your patient care.

Valuemed Professional Products Ltd. www.valuemed.ca 780-454-1899 x202 Booth 452 chrisjohnson@valuemed.ca Vancouver and District Dental Society www.vdds.com 604-683-5730 Booth L1-15 robyn@vdds.com Vancouver Community College Foundation www.vcc.ca/foundation 604-871-7067 Booth L1-20 nnesbitt@vcc.ca Vancouver Laser and Skin Care Centre www.vancouverlaser.com 604-708-9891 Booth 109 janette@vancouverlaser.com VOCO Canada, Inc. www.voco.com 888-658-2584 Booth 1229 info@voco.com Waterpik Canada www.waterpik.com 800-525-2020 Booth 1143 kwalters@waterpik.com Weave www.getweave.com 801-228-1265 Booth 1610 hannahh@getweave.com West Care Medical westcaremedical.com 604-250-5786 Booth 1804 doug@westcaremedical.com Western Canadian Properties Group Ltd. www.wcpg.ca 604-265-6401 Booth 1602 trinagfc@shaw.ca Western Handpiece Repair Ltd. www.westernhandpiece.ca 778-433-5320 Booth 1512 westernhandpiece@gmail.com White Towel Services Inc. www.WTOWEL.com 817-868-7900 Booth 1722 bhopper@wtowel.com Wisniewski Personalized Wealth Solutions at Investors Group www.investorsgroup.com/en/simon. wisniewski/home 604-682-5431 x4225 Booth 1519 simon@simonwisniewski.com Yorkton Group International www.yorktongroup.com 780-203-8771 Booth 1750 darrell@yorktongroup.com Zimmer Biomet Dental Canada Inc. www.zimmerbiometdental.com 905-567-2374 Booth 1244 joyce.haddad@zimmerbiomet.com ZOLL Medical www.zoll.com 905-629-5005 Booth 56 canadacustomerservice@zoll.com


Exhibitor Products

Exhibitor Products

Adhesives and Composites 3M Oral Care 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 Keystone Industries Kuraray America Medical Mart Patterson Dental Pulpdent Corporation SDI (North America) Inc. Septodont Shofu Dental Corporation Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Sure Dental Synca Marketing Inc. Tokuyama Dental America Valuemed Professional Products Ltd. VOCO Canada, Inc.

Aesthetic Products

Bisco Dental Products Canada Inc. DenMat GC America Inc. Germiphene Corporation Henry Schein Heraeus Kulzer Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc. J. Morita USA, Inc. Keystone Industries Medical Mart 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. Tokuyama Dental America Ultimate Creations, Inc. UniNature Dental Enterprise (BC) Inc. Valuemed Professional Products Ltd.

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Anaesthetic and Pain Control Beutlich Pharmaceuticals, LLC Carestream Dental DentLight Inc. HANSAmed Limited Henry Schein J. Morita USA, Inc. Medical Mart Oral Science Pacific Training Institute for Facial Aesthetics Patterson Dental Professional Sales Associates, Inc. Relax FIR Master Inc. Septodont Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Tokuyama Dental America Valuemed Professional Products Ltd. West Care Medical

CALL US FOR A FREE CONSULTATION!

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henry@heapsanddoyle.com

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al@heapsanddoyle.com

ruth@heapsanddoyle.com

Associations and Not for Profit

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 Hygienists Association Canadian Red Cross 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 International College of Dentists / Semiahmoo Dental Outreach Journees dentaires internationales du Quebec Oral Oncology BC Cancer Agency Royal Canadian Dental Corp Strathcona Community Dental Clinic Vancouver and District Dental Society

Business Support Products ClearDent Curve Communications Dynamic Productions Inc. ROI Corporation Solutionreach Sowingo.com Corp. Toothbus White Towel Services Inc.

Computers and Software

3Shape ABELDent Inc. ACTEON North America ClearDent ConfirmByEmail Dental R.A.T. DentistFind.com Dentsply Sirona EasyMarkit Henry Schein Maxident Dental Software Navigate Surgical Technologies Inc. Professional Sales Associates, Inc. ProSites, Inc. QWERTY Dental Inc. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. SmartWeb Canada Solutionreach Sowingo.com Corp. The Bridge Network Inc. Weave

Consulting and Transition Services

Al Heaps & Associates Inc. Curve Communications Davidson Dental Appraisals & Sales DentistFind.com EasyMarkit Purtzki & Associates RBC Dominion Securities ROI Corporation Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Tier Three Brokerage Ltd. Transitions Group North America

Crown and Bridge, Denture and other Prosthodontic Products 3M Oral Care Align Technology Allstar Dental Laboratories Aurum Group ClearCorrect DenMat Dentsply Sirona


Exhibitor Products Dental Education (continued)

We know and understand the business of buying and selling dental practices. As Canada’s professional practice appraisal and sales leader since 1974, our record of proven results is second to none. With a dedicated team offering appraisal, consulting and brokerage services, we’re here to make sure you end up smiling.

Dental Equipment and Chairs

Contact: Dr. Marcia Boyd at 604-220-2396 marcia@roicorp.com Mary Banford at 604-537-3659 mary@roicorp.com roicorp.com

Crown and Bridge, Denture and other Prosthodontic Products (continued)

DMG Canada Inc. Doxa Dental GC America Inc. Henry Schein Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc. J. Morita USA, Inc. Keystone Industries Master Dental Solution Ltd. MicroDental Laboratories at Vancouver Mid-Continental Dental Supply Co. Ltd. Patterson Dental Proto3000 Renaissance RCA Dental Lab. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Smile Restoration Dental Lab Straumann Sure Dental Synca Marketing Inc. The Surgical Room Inc. Tri Hawk UniNature Dental Enterprise (BC) Inc. Valuemed Professional Products Ltd. VOCO Canada, Inc.

BROKERAGE

Dental Cabinetry

A-dec, Inc. Belmont/Takara Company Canada Ltd. Dental Fix Rx DentalEZ Integrated Solutions Dentsply Sirona Henry Schein Medical Mart Midmark Corporation Patterson Dental Pelton & Crane Planmeca USA, Inc. Professional Sales Associates, Inc. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd.

Dental Education

Align Technology Aurum Group BITES Institute ClearCorrect Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services DenMat DentistFind.com First Edition First Aid Training Inc. Hands On Training Ltd. HANSAmed Limited Henry Schein Heraeus Kulzer

A-dec, Inc. ACI DentaCall Communications Inc. ACTEON North America Aseptico Atop Dental Canada Inc. Belmont/Takara Company Canada Ltd. BIOLASE BQ Ergonomics Dental Fix Rx Dental R.A.T. DentalEZ Integrated Solutions DentLight Inc. Dentsply Sirona DiaDent Group International DR FUJI / ACIGI First Edition First Aid Training Inc. Flight Dental Systems Henry Schein J. Morita USA, Inc. Medical Mart Midmark Corporation National Dental Inc. National Massage Chairs Orascoptic Patterson Dental Pelton & Crane Periowave Dental Technologies Planmeca USA, Inc. Professional Sales Associates, Inc. QWERTY Dental Inc. RGP Dental, Inc. Sable Industries Inc. Safari Dental Inc. SciCan Ltd. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Surgically Clean Air Unique Dental Supply Inc.

Dental Equipment Repairs

Belmont/Takara Company Canada Ltd. Dental Fix Rx Dental Savings Club DentLight Inc. Henry Schein MCS Handpiece Ltd. Medical Mart Patterson Dental Power Dental USA Sable Industries Inc. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. West Care Medical Western Handpiece Repair Ltd.

Dental Instruments

A-dec, Inc. A.Titan Instruments American Eagle Instruments, Inc. Atop Dental Canada Inc. BioHorizons Canada Blue & Green Inc. Brasseler Canada Dental Canada INSTRUMENTATION Dental Fix Rx Dental Savings Club DentalEZ Integrated Solutions Dentalree.com DentLight Inc. Dentsply Sirona Embrosin Medical Technologies Inc. Garrison Dental Solutions Germiphene Corporation Henry Schein Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. Johnson & Johnson Medical Device Companies KaVo Dental MCS Handpiece Ltd. Medical Mart MIS Implants National Dental Inc. Navigate Surgical Technologies Inc. NSK Dental LLC Paradise Dental Technologies Patterson Dental Power Dental USA Premier Dental (Canada) Pulpdent Corporation Q-Optics Rose Micro Solutions SciCan Ltd. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. SpiralTech The Surgical Room Inc. Tri Hawk Unique Dental Supply Inc. Valuemed Professional Products Ltd.

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IMPROVING DENTISTS’ SMILES FOR OVER 40 YEARS.

MIS Implants Navigate Surgical Technologies Inc. Ocean Ceramics Ltd. Oral Science Pacific Institute for Advanced Dental Education Pacific Training Institute for Facial Aesthetics ROI Corporation School of Dentistry, University of Alberta Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. SpiralTech Straumann UBC Faculty of Dentistry, Continuing Dental Education UniNature Dental Enterprise (BC) Inc. Vancouver Community College Foundation Vancouver Laser and Skin Care Centre


Exhibitor Products

Exhibitor Products

Dental Laboratories

3M Oral Care Align Technology Allstar Dental Laboratories Aurum Group ClearCorrect DenMat Dentalree.com Dentsply Sirona Henry Schein Keystone Industries Leixir Dental Group - Canada Master Dental Solution Ltd. MicroDental Laboratories at Vancouver Ocean Ceramics Ltd. OmicDx Panthera Dental Pelton & Crane Premium Dental Laboratories Ltd. Protec Dental Laboratories Ltd. Proto3000 Renaissance RCA Dental Lab. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Smile Restoration Dental Lab Synca Marketing Inc. UniNature Dental Enterprise (BC) Inc. Valuemed Professional Products Ltd.

Dental Supplies

Align Technology AMD Medicom Inc. Ansell Atop Dental Canada Inc. Aurum Group Beutlich Pharmaceuticals, LLC BioHorizons Canada Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services Colgate Crosstex International Dental Fix Rx Dental Savings Club DentLight Inc. Dentsply Sirona DiaDent Group International First Edition First Aid Training Inc. Germiphene Corporation HANSAmed Limited Henry Schein Heraeus Kulzer Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. J&P Distributors Inc. John Dental Supplies Inc. J. Morita USA, Inc. Johnson & Johnson Medical Device Companies Keystone Industries Mars Dental Supply maxill inc. Medical Mart

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Dental Supplies (continued)

Microcopy Mid-Continental Dental Supply Co. Ltd. NeoSource Ocean Pacific Med Tec Ltd. Patterson Dental Periowave Dental Technologies Premier Dental (Canada) Pulpdent Corporation Ross Healthcare Inc. Sable Industries Inc. SciCan Ltd. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Sowingo.com Corp. SpiralTech Sunstar Canada Supermax Healthcare Canada Inc. Sure Dental Synca Marketing Inc. The Surgical Room Inc. Tri Hawk Unique Dental Supply Inc. Valuemed Professional Products Ltd. Waterpik Canada West Care Medical White Towel Services Inc.

Diamonds, Burs, and Polishing

Aurum Group Blue & Green Inc. Brasseler Canada Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services Coltene Inc. Dental Savings Club Dentalree.com Diatech Henry Schein Keystone Industries Medical Mart Microcopy NuSmile Patterson Dental Premier Dental (Canada) Professional Sales Associates, Inc. Shofu Dental Corporation Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Tri Hawk Valuemed Professional Products Ltd.

Endodontic Supplies

ACTEON North America Bisco Dental Products Canada Inc. Brasseler Canada Centrix, Inc. Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services Coltene Inc. DenMat DentLight Inc. Dentsply Sirona Endodontics DiaDent Group International Edge Endo Endo/Tech Henry Schein Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. J. Morita USA, Inc. Kerr Corporation Keystone Industries NuSmile Patterson Dental Premier Dental (Canada) Pulpdent Corporation Sanctuary Health Malaysia Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Tri Hawk Valuemed Professional Products Ltd. White Towel Services Inc.

Financial Services

BMO Bank of Montreal CDSPI Chase Paymentech CIBC Dental Fix Rx Henry Schein iFinance Dentalcard MediCapital Inc. Mid-Continental Dental Supply Co. Ltd. MNP LLP National Leasing Healthcare Financing Patterson Dental Pinnacle Wealth Brokers - James Okano Provision Accounting Group Purtzki & Associates RBC Dominion Securities Scotiabank Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Swell Private Wealth TD Canada Trust Wisniewski Personalized Wealth Solutions at Investors Group V-Tac Payroll Management Yorkton Group International


Exhibitor Products Implantology and Restorative Attachments

Infection Control Products

3M Oral Care AMD Medicom Inc. Ansell Colgate Crosstex International Dental Fix Rx Dental R.A.T. DentLight Inc. GC America Inc. Germiphene Corporation HANSAmed Limited Hedy Canada Henry Schein Heraeus Kulzer Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. J. Morita USA, Inc. Johnson & Johnson Medical Device Companies Kerr Corporation maxill inc. Medical Mart Micrylium Laboratories Ocean Pacific Med Tec Ltd. Patterson Dental Pro One Uniforms Sable Industries Inc. SciCan Ltd. Septodont Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Stoma Dental Supermax Healthcare Canada Inc. Surgically Clean Air Unique Dental Supply Inc. Valuemed Professional Products Ltd.

Arborlea Developments Ltd. BQ Ergonomics David Mitchell General Contractor DentalEZ Integrated Solutions DR FUJI / ACIGI Gibraltar Holdings Ltd. Henry Schein Patterson Dental Pelton & Crane Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd.

Office Supplies

Henry Schein Patterson Dental Professional Sales Associates, Inc. Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Solutionreach White Towel Services Inc.

Other

3Shape A.Titan Instruments ACU-XPD Aseptico Attridge Dental Real Estate BIOLASE Canadian Dental Staffing Cerebra Health Curasan Inc. Curve Communications DentistFind.com DentLight Inc. DEXIS Diatech Digital Doc, LLC DPAP Counselling DR FUJI / ACIGI East Side Dental Clinic Edge Endo Enagic Kangen First Edition First Aid Training Inc. Gendex Dental Systems Hawaiian Moon Health Smart Financial i-CAT John Dental Supplies Inc. KaVo Dental Kavo Kerr Group Larr Sales Inc. LED Dental Lips Inc. M.A.R.S Bio-Med Processes Inc. Main Street Hub Miele Limited National Massage Chairs North Shore Dental Temps NuSmile Orascoptic Orthodontic Supply of Canada Inc. Pacific Blue Cross

Other (continued)

Philips Sonicare Plaque HD Professional Practice Sales Ltd. ProSites, Inc. Proto3000 QWERTY Dental Inc. Relax FIR Master Inc. Returning Swans RGP Dental, Inc. SheerVision Snap On Optics Staff Direct Strathcona Community Dental Clinic Tier Three Brokerage Ltd. Ultimate Creations, Inc. Ultralight Optics West Care Medical Western Canadian Properties Group Ltd. White Towel Services Inc. Yorkton Group International Zol Medical

Pharmaceuticals and Therapeutics

Beutlich Pharmaceuticals, LLC Cerebra Health Colgate GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare Johnson & Johnson Inc. Keystone Industries Oral Science Plaque HD Ross Healthcare Inc. Septodont Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Valuemed Professional Products Ltd.

Precious Metal Purchaser Argen Canada Can - Am Gold Garfield Refining Company

Preventive Dental Products 3M Oral Care AMD Medicom Inc. Beutlich Pharmaceuticals, LLC Centrix, Inc. Clinical Research Dental Supplies & Services Colgate Crest Oral-B DenMat DentLight Inc. DMG Canada Inc. GC America Inc. Germiphene Corporation HANSAmed Limited happymouth

Preventive Dental Products (continued)

Henry Schein Ivoclar Vivadent Canada Inc. Kuraray America maxill inc. National Dental Inc. Oral Science Patterson Dental Philips Sonicare Plaque HD Premier Dental (Canada) Pulpdent Corporation Ross Healthcare Inc. SDI (North America) Inc. Septodont Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Sunstar Canada Tri Hawk Valuemed Professional Products Ltd. VOCO Canada, Inc. Waterpik Canada

Publishers

Books by Login Canada Dental Tribune America, LLC ROI Corporation

Radiography Supplies and Services

ACTEON North America Belmont/Takara Company Canada Ltd. Carestream Dental Dental Fix Rx Dental Savings Club DentLight Inc. DEXIS Gendex Dental Systems Henry Schein Heraeus Kulzer Instrumentarium LED Dental Microcopy Orbit Imaging Centres Patterson Dental Planmeca USA, Inc. Professional Sales Associates, Inc. QWERTY Dental Inc. Schick by Dentsply Sirona Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd.

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Exhibitor Products

Aseptico Aurum Group BioHorizons Canada Blue & Green Inc. Citagenix Inc. Dentalree.com GluStitch Inc. HANSAmed Limited Hesira Med Hiossen Implant Canada Inc. Implant Direct International Implant Genius J. Morita USA, Inc. KERATOR (Daekwang IDM) MIS Implants Navigate Surgical Technologies Inc. Nobel Biocare Canada Inc. Power Dental USA Q-Optics Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. SpiralTech Straumann Thommen Medical Canada Inc. UniNature Dental Enterprise (BC) Inc. Zimmer Biomet Dental Canada Inc.

Office Design


Exhibitor Products

Exhibitor Products

Restorative Materials

3M Oral Care 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 Plaque HD Premier Dental (Canada) Pulpdent Corporation Sanctuary Health Malaysia SDI (North America) Inc. Septodont Shofu Dental Corporation Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd. Sure Dental Synca Marketing Inc. Tokuyama Dental America Valuemed Professional Products Ltd. VOCO Canada, Inc. Waterpik Canada

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Telescopes, Microscopes and Lights 3M Oral Care Carl Zeiss Canada Ltd. DenMat DentLight Inc. Designs for Vision, Inc. Henry Schein LED Dental LumaDent, Inc. Medical Mart MS Meditech Solutions Inc. Oral Science Orascoptic Patterson Dental Q-Optics 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.

Uniforms

Blue & Green Inc. Chi Couture Uniforms Everything Uniforms GLO Apparel Mimountino Designs Ltd. nu apparel Patterson Dental Pro One Uniforms Scrub Depot Sinclair Dental Co. Ltd.

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