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BIG BANG THE SPIRIT OF ADVENTURE The Big Bang theory maintains that billions of years ago there was a sudden expansion of our universe from its tiny origin to something astronomical in scope; in our case, from nothingness to a world filled with the unique elements from which we evolved. This not only signifies the beginning of life as we know it, but also connotes the dawn of deep questioning and experimentation, an insatiable thirst for knowledge and creativity and an interminable spirit of adventure. Our Symposium 2017 program has been informed and inspired by this spirit of adventure. By shedding the comfort of convention and greatly expanding the world of learning choices, we seek to create our very own Big Bang this coming January in Florida. Twenty of dentistry’s preeminent lecturers and some amazing keynoters will enlighten us from the podium, and we will also be rolling up our sleeves to participate in a variety of restorative and surgical hands-on workshops. These small, intensive training sessions are a first for the Seattle Study Club®, and promise to add a fresh and exciting dimension to the whirlwind that is Symposium. Also new to the Symposium experience in 2017 will be the Technology Carnival, where we will investigate the latest innovations, participate in live demonstrations and pose our most challenging questions to the dental industry technology experts in attendance. Four days of Symposium will flash before our eyes as quickly as that momentary event that led to our existence—the Big Bang. And while this may be a risky undertaking, with the spirit of adventure as our guide, we cannot fail in our quest to explore and understand the ever-expanding universe of dental techniques and technologies.

JANUARY 25-28, 2017 | FOUR SEASONS RESORT AT DISNEY WORLD® 1


CLINICAL PROGRAM WEDNESDAY JANUARY 25

THURSDAY JANUARY 26

BREAKFAST

BREAKFAST

OPENING CEREMONIES

DR. ANTHONY ATALA CAN WE GROW ORGANS INSTEAD OF TRANSPLANTING THEM? ANATOMY, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 012

MR. JUAN ENRIQUEZ HOMO EVOLUTIS BASIC SCIENCE, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 010

DR. SONIA LEZIY ALL-ON-4®—WHEN AND WHEN NOT DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT PLANNING, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 697

TEAM MARYLAND FACILITATED BY DR. CHRISTIAN COACHMAN COMPREHENSIVE TREATMENT PLANNING MEETS DSD DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT PLANNING, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 697

BREAK DR. J. WILLIAM ROBBINS DENTOALVEOLAR EXTRUSION DENTOALVEOLAR SURGERY, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 317

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DR. JOHN BURGESS, ADVANCES IN CERAMIC MATERIALS ALL CERAMIC RESTORATIONS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 612 DR. JIM MCKEE, NEW PERSPECTIVE ON OCCLUSION AND TMD TM DISORDERS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 182 MR. SAMEER BHASIN THE SCIENCE OF CASE ACCEPTANCE PRACTICE MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RELATIONS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 550

WELCOME DINNER

DR. PAUL FUGAZZOTTO THE IMPACT OF PIEZOSURGERY® ON PATIENT TREATMENT OUTCOMES AND PRACTICE PROFITABILITY RECONSTRUCTIVE PHASE THERAPY, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 692 DR. ROBERT MARGEAS DENTIST FABRICATED RESIN BONDED BRIDGES OPERATIVE DENTISTRY, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 250 DR. JON SUZUKI TRUE REGENERATION™ WITH THE PERIOLASE® MVP-7™ LASERS IN PERIODONTICS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 497

DR. JOSH AUSTIN BLAZE A NEW TRAIL IN YOUR PRACTICE PRACTICE MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RELATIONS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 550 DR. LISA ALVETRO COMPREHENSIVE ORTHODONTIC TREATMENT SYSTEMS ORTHODONTICS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 370 BREAK MR. DAVID COHEN, DENTAL PURCHASES, SALES AND PARTNERSHIPS PRACTICE TRANSITIONS/ASSOCIATES, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 556

BREAKOUT SELECTIONS

DR. DOUG THOMPSON PERIODONTAL DISEASE AND MODERN MEDICINE MULTI-DISCIPLINARY TOPICS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 149

DR. SIEGFRIED MARQUARDT, AESTHETICS AND FUNCTION IN IMPLANTOLOGY AND RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY IMPLANT RESTORATIVE, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 695

LUNCH

DR. MARCOS VARGAS ACHIEVING IMPERCEPTIBLE ANTERIOR RESIN COMPOSITE RESTORATIONS ANTERIOR COMPOSITE RESTORATIONS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 254

MR. KIRK BEHRENDT THE ONE THING THAT IS HOLDING YOU BACK— AND IT’S NOT WHAT YOU THINK SELF-IMPROVEMENT, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 770

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DR. CHANDUR WADHWANI, PERI-IMPLANT DISEASE PERIODONTICS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 490

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LUNCH

BREAKOUT SELECTIONS

DIRECTORS’ SESSION PRACTICE MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RELATIONS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 550

DR. PARAG KACHALIA THE POWER OF TECHNOLOGY DIGITAL/VIDEO IMAGING, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 562

MR. TIM GREAVES, FINANCIAL DECISIONS THE DENTIST MUST GET RIGHT FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 552 MR. ROBERT SICILIANO, TAKE CHARGE, FIGHT BACK! INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY/COMPUTERS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 561 DRS. SAJ JIVRAJ AND HOOMAN ZARRINKELK, GRAFTLESS SOLUTION FOR THE SEVERELY ATROPHIC EDENTULOUS PATIENT SURGICAL PHASE THERAPY, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 691 DR. ROBERT MARGEAS DENTIST FABRICATED RESIN BONDED BRIDGES OPERATIVE DENTISTRY, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 250 DR. ARIEL RAIGRODSKI ZIRCONIA-BASED RESTORATIONS PROSTHODONTICS/FIXED, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 610 DR. PARESH SHAH DIGITAL WORKFLOW WORKSHOP MULTI-DISCIPLINARY TOPICS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 149


FRIDAY JANUARY 27

SATURDAY JANUARY 28

BREAKFAST

BREAKFAST

MR. DAVID AVRIN WINNING IN BUSINESS WHEN EVERYONE IS GOOD
 PRACTICE MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RELATIONS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 550

MR. PAT WILLIAMS THE 10 KEYS TO CREATING A QUALITY ORGANIZATION SELF-IMPROVEMENT, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 770

DR. GERARD CHICHE COORDINATING IMPLANT THERAPY IN INTERDISCIPLINARY AESTHETIC TREATMENT IMPLANT RESTORATIVE, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 695

DR. MARKUS BLATZ THE SCIENCE OF CERAMICS AND ADHESION AESTHETICS/COSMETIC DENTISTRY, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 780

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BREAKOUTS

MR. STEVE LEFEVER PROFIT MASTERY FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 552 DR. MARCO BRINDIS HOW TO SELECT THE MATERIAL FOR YOUR IMPLANT ABUTMENTS AND RESTORATIONS IMPLANT MATERIALS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 698

DR. MARCELO CALAMITA FROM VIRTUAL PLANNING TO REAL OUTCOME INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY/ COMPUTERS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 561

DR. TAL MORR, INTERDISCIPLINARY MANAGEMENT OF AESTHETIC AND FUNCTIONAL DILEMMAS PROSTHODONTICS/FIXED, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 610 DR. ARIEL RAIGRODSKI, ZIRCONIA RESTORATIONS IN THE CONTEMPORARY RESTORATIVE PRACTICE—AN UPDATE ALL CERAMIC RESTORATIONS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 612 DR. GERARD CHICHE PORCELAIN VENEER PREPARATIONS VENEERS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 783 DR. ANTHONY SCLAR INTRAORAL SOFT TISSUE AUGMENTATION TECHNIQUES SOFT TISSUE SURGERY, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 492

CLOSING CEREMONIES

LUNCH

DRS. SCOTT MACLEAN AND SUNDEEP RAWAL DIGITALLY DRIVEN INNOVATIONS IMPLANT DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT PLANNING, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 697

DR. GERARD CHICHE PORCELAIN VENEER PREPARATIONS VENEERS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 783

MS. JANE JENKINS HERLONG DR. DAVID DON´T SCHWAB THROW CREATING TOMATOES EXCELLENCE AT MY FIELD SELFOF DREAMS! IMPROVEMENT, SELFAGD SUBJECT IMPROVEMENT, CODE: 770 AGD SUBJECT CODE: 770

DR. MARCELO CALAMITA DSD-AURUM DIGITAL WORKSHOP DIGITAL RADIOLOGY, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 731

MR. BOB STUTMAN MR. DAVID AND AVRIN HON. JODI LIVE YOUR DEBBRECHT BRAND! SWITALSKI PRACTICE OVER AND MANAGEMENT UNDER AND HUMAN PRESCRIBING RELATIONS, PRESCRIPTION AGD SUBJECT MEDICATION CODE: 550 MGMT., AGD SUBJECT CODE: 345

PROF. DEEPAK MALHOTRA NEGOTIATING IN THE FACE OF RESISTANCE TO CHANGE PRACTICE MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RELATIONS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 550

Choose two one-hour sessions or one two-hour session.

BREAKOUT SELECTIONS

S S C T E C H N O L O G Y C A R N I VA L

PANEL DISCUSSION OF MEDICAL DOCTORS MEN ARE FROM MARS, WOMEN ARE FROM VENUS… IS OUR HEALTHCARE SYSTEM FROM URANUS?

BREAKOUT SELECTIONS

BREAKOUTS

PROF. DEEPAK MALHOTRA NEGOTIATING THE IMPOSSIBLE PRACTICE MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RELATIONS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 550

MARGARITA MADNESS

EVENING CONCERT

FINAL DINNER Schedule subject to change and speaker substitutions may be made without notice. 3


WEDNESDAY JANUARY 25 JUAN ENRIQUEZ, MBA

HOMO EVOLUTIS (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) BASIC SCIENCE, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 010 There have been at least 25 prototype humans. We are but one more model, and there is no evidence evolution has stopped. Mr. Enriquez will take the audience into a world where humans increasingly shape their environment, themselves and other species. It is a world where bodies harbor 100 times more microbial cells than human cells, a place where a gene cocktail may allow many more to climb an 8,000 meter peak without oxygen and where—given the right drug—one could have a 77 percent chance of becoming a centenarian. By the end of this keynote session, attendees will see a broad, and sometimes scary, map of life sciences driven change. Not just the human body but also core religious, government and social structures will be altered as humankind makes the transition to a new species, Homo evolutis, which directly and deliberately controls its own evolution and that of many other species.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Discover how humanity is on the verge of becoming a new and utterly unique species— Homo evolutis.

Understand how more aspects of the human experience and life will be capable of scientific manipulation.

Learn that this great leap will be made possible through the conflux of DNA manipulation, therapy, tissue generation and robotics.

TEAM MARYLAND

FACILITATED BY CHRISTIAN COACHMAN, DDS, CDT COMPREHENSIVE TREATMENT PLANNING MEETS DSD (LECTURE, UP TO 2.0 HOURS) DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT PLANNING, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 697

CHRISTIAN COACHMAN, DDS, CDT

DAVID MUGFORD, DMD

MAIREAD O’REILLY, DDS, MS

JOSEPH PASSARO, DDS

Our World Team Treatment Planning Champions— Triple Crown Study Club from Annapolis, Maryland— will take the stage to present a complex interdisciplinary treatment planning case. Case planning will be accomplished with the aid of Dr. Christian Coachman utilizing Digital Smile Design (DSD). A DSD expert team will treatment plan the case in Spain and this will be presented during the session for the purpose of comparison to Team Maryland’s approach.

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WOODY WOODDELL, DDS

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Gain a better understanding of the role that Digital Smile Design plays in treatment planning a comprehensive interdisciplinary case.

Navigate more predictably in treatment planning and treating more complex dental cases.


PARAG KACHALIA, DDS

THE POWER OF TECHNOLOGY—LEVERAGING TECHNOLOGY TO GARNER PATIENT BUY-IN (LECTURE, UP TO .75 HOUR) DIGITAL/VIDEO IMAGING, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 562 The health care marketplace is drastically changing and many of these changes may lead to patients perceiving that dentistry is becoming a commodity. This presentation will take a look at technology’s influence on the world and how patients use technology with respect to their own health. Information will be presented on leveraging various dental technologies to offer the patient an enhanced and personalized experience in the dental office. This personalized experience can help patients understand the value of oral care and their relationships with their oral health care providers.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Understand the influences of technology on personalized health care.

Leverage various imaging modalities to garner buy-in.

Grasp advances in dental technology that will allow individualized treatment planning.

DIRECTORS’ SESSION

(LECTURE, UP TO 2.5 HOURS) PRACTICE MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RELATIONS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 550

MICHAEL COHEN, DDS, MSD, FACD

DANYEL JOYNER

COLIN RICHMAN, DMD, PC

STEVE RIMER, BDS, PA

Our Symposium directors’ meeting will offer new programming ideas and up-to-date information on Seattle Study Club® resource offerings and operational strategies. In addition, two director-centric programs will be offered. Dr. Lee Sheldon and his partner Danyel Joyner, from the American Association of Independent Periodontists, will present “The New Specialty Practice—Creating the Director of Dentistry.” The presenters will introduce strategies for developing a practice which is not solely dependent upon referrals. The second presentation, “Surgically Accelerated Orthodontic Intervention—A Closer Look,” will be given by Drs. Colin Richman and Steve Rimer. What are the benefits and limitations to this treatment modality? When to... and when not to? Are there other benefits to modifying the dentoalveolar complex? This lecture is only intended as an update to our progress in understanding the pros and cons associated with this treatment modality.

LEE SHELDON, DMD, PA

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, DIRECTORS SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Become more aware of the vast Seattle Study Club library of resources and programs that can be offered to their members.

Discover alternatives to the conventional ways of marketing specialty practices.

Better understand the world of surgically accelerated orthodontic treatment and its potential place in their armamentarium.

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BREAKOUT SELECTIONS JOHN BURGESS, DDS, MS

ADVANCES IN CERAMIC MATERIALS—AN UPDATE 2017 (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) ALL CERAMIC RESTORATIONS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 612 Zirconia restorations using traditional monolithic yttria stabilized materials have been very successful clinically; however, the aesthetics obtained with these materials are limited. Newer, more translucent zirconia materials have been developed—but these aesthetic materials have lower strength. This presentation will discuss aesthetic and traditional zirconia restorative materials, how to bond or cement these restorations using new, more color stable cements and where the translucent materials should be used.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Identify the differences between traditional monolithic yttria stabilized and translucent zirconia restorative materials.

Discover simplified bonding techniques to predictably bond all-zirconia restorations.

JIM MCKEE, DDS

NEW PERSPECTIVE ON OCCLUSION AND TMD (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) TM DISORDERS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 182 Today clinicians can offer predictable treatment outcomes for many of the occlusal and TM joint problems commonly faced by their patients. The first step in predictable treatment outcomes is specifically diagnosing the condition of the anatomy being treated. By expanding their vision from the teeth to include the TM joints, dentists can finally answer why some patients have malocclusions or pain and why some have both. As both a specialist and a restorative dentist, the key to success in many cases is managing the forces generated both at the tooth level and at the TM joint level. Some new perspectives on occlusion and TMD will add to proven concepts used on a daily basis and help solve many of the problems that have confused the dental profession for years. These perspectives will increase predictability

when treatment planning occlusal therapies, restorative dentistry, implant dentistry, orthodontics, orthognathic surgery and airway dentistry.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Develop a simple and accurate clinical protocol for recognizing when the occlusion and TM joints are stable enough to begin treatment.

Determine when additional diagnostic information is necessary to assess the risk factors in treatment planning.

Create a decision tree that outlines the three options for treatment planning occlusal/ TMD patients.

SAMEER BHASIN

THE SCIENCE OF CASE ACCEPTANCE (LECTURE, UP TO 2.0 HOURS) PRACTICE MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RELATIONS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 550

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As the landscape of private practice continues to evolve, a clinician’s ability to help a patient understand the true value of comprehensive treatment becomes even more critical. In addition, while all dentists understand the importance of marketing and generating new patients for the health of their practices, many often fail to realize that the patient sitting in their chair is most likely to accept comprehensive treatment if the picture is painted correctly for them. In order to do this, the clinician must grasp the true barriers to comprehensive care in that patient’s decision-making process. During this interactive workshop, attendees will look at the findings of a recent study, Patients’ Path to Dental Care Purchases, and utilize it as the basis for developing more current methodologies to help their patients understand and commit to the care they need. Utilizing numbers

from one’s own practice, various information delivery techniques will be examined. These techniques will account for generational differences, as well as differences in demographics, financials, buying behaviors and patient objections.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Recognize that everything they do clinically is evidence based and their individual approach to educating their patients must also be rooted in science and statistics.

Create the necessary tools to increase real case acceptance in their practices.


MARCOS VARGAS, BDB, DDS, MS

ACHIEVING IMPERCEPTIBLE ANTERIOR RESIN COMPOSITE RESTORATIONS (PARTICIPATIVE, UP TO 2.0 HOURS) ANTERIOR COMPOSITE RESTORATIONS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 254 Patient demands for aesthetic and conservative dentistry have emphasized the need to produce lasting and life-like anterior restorations. Resin composite materials with expanded shades, various opacities and improved handling have the potential to produce functional, long lasting, personally rewarding, cost effective, predictable and highly aesthetic direct anterior restorations in daily practice. Using cast models, this hands-on program will demonstrate cavity preparation, layering, contouring and polishing to predictably and successfully achieve imperceptible direct anterior aesthetic restorations. Materials will be provided by 3M Oral Care.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS HANDS-ON SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Perform cavity preparation conducive to the blending of resin composites.

Produce layered resin composite restorations.

Contour and polish resin composites.

KIRK BEHRENDT

THE ONE THING THAT IS HOLDING YOU BACK—AND IT’S NOT WHAT YOU THINK (LECTURE, UP TO .5 HOUR) SELF-IMPROVEMENT, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 770 As the speed and connectivity of the world continues to increase, many clinicians are seeking real solutions— how to get more done, grow their practices, find the right people and have a better life at the same time. Many of them are only finding dead-end roads and feeling more and more trapped. During this valuable session, Mr. Behrendt will encourage attendees to see the one thing that can be the biggest bang for their future and how to use it on the path that lies ahead.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Realize what many are calling the single most important asset to their practice and life.

Follow a framework that they can use time and time again to make very big decisions that have predictable outcomes.

Grasp what many dentists have done to completely change their confidence and the trajectory of their lives.

Learn the single tool—when used wisely—that could change the entire course of their future.

DOUG THOMPSON, DDS

PERIODONTAL DISEASE AND MODERN MEDICINE—AN OPPORTUNITY FOR HEALTHIER PATIENTS (LECTURE, UP TO .5 HOUR) MULTI-DISCIPLINARY TOPICS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 149 There is a new opportunity in every restorative dental practice revolving around periodontal medicine. As vascular disease continues to be redefined as an inflammatory disease, and not a cholesterol disease, reducing total body inflammation is a goal of treatment. Emerging science in vascular disease, heart attack and stroke prevention strategies will be reinforced. Periodontal disease is an inflammatory disease mainly expressed through the relationship between bacteria and host susceptibility. Evaluating the microbial profile of every active periodontal infection can provide valuable treatment and maintenance information. This approach reveals opportunities to adjust current traditional periodontal management protocols for improved outcomes. This knowledge allows integration of dental and medical practices to take an integrative oral medicine approach. In addition to repairing the teeth, adding a wellness approach to the practice can produce healthier patients, practices and teams.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Understand how salivary and molecular diagnostics can assist in periodontal disease management.

Identify how inflammation generated from the oral cavity is associated with the vascular disease process.

Realize that augmenting or rebranding a traditional reparative/restorative dental practice is possible through awareness about how oral health issues contribute to total body wellness.

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THURSDAY JANUARY 26 ANTHONY ATALA, MD

CAN WE GROW ORGANS INSTEAD OF TRANSPLANTING THEM? (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) ANATOMY, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 012 UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO:

There is a major health crisis today. In the last decade, the number of patients requiring an organ has doubled while the actual number of transplants has barely gone up. Truth is, there are not enough organs to go around and people are dying every day. With a focus on growing new human cells, tissues and organs, Dr. Atala, Director of the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, and his team engineered the first lab-grown organ to be implanted into a human— and have since engineered over 30 tissues and whole organs. During this mind-boggling keynote, he will demonstrate an early-stage experiment that could someday solve the organ-donor problem. He will also share how regenerative medicine will not just help manage disease but will also improve lives and possibly even provide a cure.

Understand how regenerative medicine can offer new treatments for conditions previously considered incurable.

Learn about a three-dimensional printer that is being used to print living tissue structures to replace injured or diseased tissue in patients.

TEAM TREATMENT PLANNING

FACILITATED BY SONIA LEZIY, DDS, DIPL PERIO, FCDS(BC), FRDC(C) ALL-ON-4®—WHEN AND WHEN NOT (LECTURE, UP TO 1.5 HOURS) DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT PLANNING, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 697 The All-on-4 protocol has been accepted and successfully implemented in thousands of cases globally over the past decade. The question is whether this approach should become the default approach in all cases with advanced periodontitis; or, are there times when saving the remaining—but debilitated— natural dentition is the most prudent treatment choice? In this session, a case which exhibits both advanced periodontal and restorative breakdown will be treatment planned by two expert teams who will be confronted with the above treatment options. Which treatment path will these teams and the audience choose?

SONIA LEZIY, DDS, DIPL PERIO, FCDS(BC), FRDC(C)

SCOTT MACLEAN, DDS, FADI, FACD, FICD, FPFA

CHANDUR WADHWANI, SAJ JIVRAJ, BDS, MSD BDS, MSED 8

HOOMAN ZARRINKELK, DDS

EDMOND BEDROSSIAN, DDS

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Gain a better understanding of the indications for treatment with the All-on-4 protocol versus the alternatives.

More predictably navigate in planning and treating complex dental cases.


J. WILLIAM ROBBINS, DDS, MA

DENTOALVEOLAR EXTRUSION—THE MOST DIFFICULT PATIENT IN DENTISTRY (LECTURE, UP TO .75 HOUR) DENTOALVEOLAR SURGERY, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 317 As patients become more discriminating, dentists must become better diagnosticians as well as clinicians. The most difficult patients to treat in the adult restorative practice are wear patients. As the teeth wear, they commonly move into positions that make restorative dentistry difficult and sometimes impossible. This condition is termed dentoalveolar extrusion (DAE). The understanding of DAE has completely revolutionized the diagnosis and treatment planning of this difficult subset of patients. The DAE wear patient commonly requires an interdisciplinary treatment approach to achieve an

aesthetic and functional result. This lecture will discuss the diagnosis of DAE and the nine treatment options for treating DAE. Dr. Robbins will also review the CORE diagnosis principles using case studies to illustrate treatment options.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Diagnose dentoalveolar extrusion.

Describe the nine treatment options for DAE.

BREAKOUT SELECTIONS CHANDUR WADHWANI, BDS, MSD

PERI-IMPLANT DISEASE—WHAT WE KNOW AND THE REASON WHY WE HAVE FAILURES DIAGNOSIS, ETIOLOGY, PREVENTION AND TREATMENT—WHAT THE SCIENCE SAYS AND HOW IT IMPACTS YOU AND YOUR PATIENTS (LECTURE, UP TO .75 HOUR) PERIODONTICS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 490 There are multiple etiological factors involved with peri-implant diseases. Many relate to surgical placement as well as restoration of the implant. This lecture will explain why the bone may not be the most important tissue related to longevity and success. It will explore real clinical issues and is designed to provide teams (surgeons, restorative dentists and hygienists) with the knowledge to better understand and prevent many of the issues that are becoming problematic with implants.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Apply the science learned to improve the clinical outcomes for their patients.

Understand why soft tissues are more important to implant success than the osseous tissues.

SIEGFRIED MARQUARDT, DDS

AESTHETICS AND FUNCTION IN IMPLANTOLOGY AND RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY— RECOGNIZING AND EXPLOITING NATURAL INTERRELATIONS (LECTURE, UP TO .75 HOUR) IMPLANT RESTORATIVE, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 695 An approach to successful aesthetic treatment involves a high degree of systematic diagnosis, planning and implementation. This goes hand-in-hand with ongoing education among the whole team to ensure consistency and predictability. Clear guidelines are the best path to achieving an optimal smile for patients. The significance of the details, such as facial headlines, head position, skeletal relations as well as musculature, should be considered. This lecture will provide an in-depth look into the guidelines for seeking natural restoration of dental aesthetics and function. Dr. Marquardt will also discuss reasons why patients lose their vertical dimension, chip their teeth and worry about their discomfort when

chewing and orthopedic pains. He will demonstrate how to easily treat normal and complex cases with functional deficits by respecting some biologic rules.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Analyze the patient and convey the real situation to the technician.

Understand why functional pretreatments are especially important in rehabilitations with implants and full ceramics.

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PAUL FUGAZZOTTO, DDS

THE IMPACT OF PIEZOSURGERY® ON PATIENT TREATMENT OUTCOMES AND PRACTICE PROFITABILITY (PARTICIPATIVE, UP TO 1.5 HOURS) RECONSTRUCTIVE PHASE THERAPY, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 692 Evolution in understanding implantology and comprehensive patient care… Continuing advances in surgical techniques to minimize patient trauma… Material evolution resulting in stronger implants and ever-faster osseointegration… Predictable bone regeneration without autogenous grafting… What’s next? The truth is, the next has arrived and is waiting to be utilized. Piezosurgical techniques are a significant advance in patient care. Initially seen as a tool for harvesting autogenous blocks and performing sinus augmentation therapy, Piezosurgery has become a part of everyday clinical practice. Appropriate utilization of Piezosurgery results in minimally traumatic tooth extraction (especially important in areas of thin bone or when faced with fractured roots), a reduction in trauma and thus post-operative resorption following ridge resection and ridge leveling when performing fullarch immediate reconstruction, and quicker, safer sinus augmentation therapy.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS HANDS-ON SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Understand the technical aspects of proper Piezosurgery utilization.

Identify the indications for Piezosurgery use in a variety of clinical scenarios.

Recognize the impact of Piezosurgery on the patient experience.

Grasp the multi-level impact of Piezosurgery on practice growth.

ROBERT MARGEAS, DDS

DENTIST FABRICATED RESIN BONDED BRIDGES—A COST-EFFECTIVE SOLUTION FOR MISSING TEETH (PARTICIPATIVE, UP TO 2.25 HOURS) OPERATIVE DENTISTRY, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 250 This hands-on course will teach clinicians how to fabricate a resin-retained bridge for a missing anterior tooth. A unique composite impregnated fiber will be used to create a “Maryland-type” bridge. This can be used for teenagers who are congenitally missing teeth that require long-term provisionalization prior to implant placement. Materials will be provided by 3M Oral Care.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS HANDS-ON SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Use a unique material to fabricate a resin-bonded bridge.

Learn how to bond resin bridges for long-term success.

Form pontics for maximum aesthetics.

JON SUZUKI, DDS, PHD, MBA

TRUE REGENERATION™ WITH THE PERIOLASE® MVP-7™ FOR THE LANAP® PROTOCOL (PARTICIPATIVE, UP TO 1.5 HOURS) LASERS IN PERIODONTICS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 497 This hands-on course is based on the brand new, first and only FDA clearance for periodontal regeneration— True Regeneration of the attachment apparatus (new cementum, new periodontal ligament and new alveolar bone) on a previously diseased root surface, when used specifically with the LANAP protocol. Learn about this Millennium Dental Technologies milestone for dentistry and medicine based on new clinical and histological performance data demonstrating efficacy, along with safety and quality standards for good manufacturing processes. In this course, Dr. Suzuki will bring the classroom to Symposium to demonstrate critical laser concepts and applications unique to the PerioLase MVP-7 for the LANAP protocol and discuss what True Regeneration means for the practice.

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UPON COMPLETION OF THIS HANDS-ON SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Understand laser concepts and laser-tissue interaction.

Discover how the PerioLase MVP-7 creates the optimal environment for regeneration.

Grasp how the LANAP and LAPIP™ protocols are saving ailing and failing teeth and implants.

Learn about value-added procedures for the general and specialist dentist.


JOSH AUSTIN, DDS, FAGD

BLAZE A NEW TRAIL IN YOUR PRACTICE MARKETING WITH ONLINE REVIEWS (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) PRACTICE MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RELATIONS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 550 Well-run dental practices have always relied on word of mouth for promotion and marketing. Let the patient do the marketing for the practice. The spirit of the idea is solid. At least until the Big Bang—Web 2.0. The rise of social media and online review sites has enabled patients to share their experiences with more than just their immediate circle—they now can share them with the world. Every dentist needs to know what story their patients are telling the world about their practice. During this session, Dr. Austin will encourage attendees to blaze a trail on an adventure to determine how to bring their practice marketing into the social media age!

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Define the consumer’s beliefs about online reviews.

Identify some techniques for generating more positive reviews for their practice.

LISA ALVETRO, DDS, MSD

COMPREHENSIVE ORTHODONTIC TREATMENT SYSTEMS THAT HAVE A POSITIVE EFFECT ON FACIAL AESTHETICS (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) ORTHODONTICS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 370 In this session, Dr. Alvetro will present orthodontic cases that not only corrected the existing malocclusion but improved facial aesthetics. She will discuss how, when planning treatment mechanics and selecting appliances, the ability to establish correct incisor display, incisor torque and lip support must be considered. Transverse development of the dental arches and ideal mandibular projection also must be obtained for optimized results. These treatment objectives are possible to achieve using the efficient and effective systems presented.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Evaluate the effect of orthodontic treatment on facial aesthetics.

Select the optimal appliance system to achieve stable results that enhance facial aesthetics.

BREAKOUT SELECTIONS DAVID COHEN, JD

DENTAL PURCHASES, SALES AND PARTNERSHIPS IN PLAIN ENGLISH (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) PRACTICE TRANSITIONS/ASSOCIATES, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 556 “The first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers.”— Henry VI, Part II, act IV, scene II Clearly, lawyers have been a source of frustration for the public since at least the 1500s when Shakespeare was writing the play, Henry the Sixth. One reason is, they tend to write and talk using legal jargon that only other lawyers can understand! During this session, Mr. Cohen will explain in plain language the ins and outs of the legal documents surrounding dental partnerships, purchases and sales. For those who have attended Mr. Cohen’s prior sessions, this course will provide updated relevant case studies.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Grasp the legal concepts involved in dental practice purchases, sales or partnerships.

Become more conversant with the legal terms used in the documents associated with these transactions.

Spot potential issues when reviewing contracts for dental practice purchases, sales or partnerships.

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TIM GREAVES, CPA

FINANCIAL DECISIONS THE DENTIST MUST GET RIGHT— REAL-WORLD ANSWERS TO DENTISTRY’S TOUGH FINANCIAL QUESTIONS (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 552 In this content-rich, interactive financial workshop, case studies from the files of Cain, Watters and Associates, P.L.L.C., will help attendees determine how their practice compares to similar practices, and evaluate their progress on the path to financial freedom. Mr. Greaves will share formulas and planning strategies that have helped clinicians build thriving practices for over 30 years.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Recognize how financial decisions made today will impact their retirement.

Minimize taxes based on personal circumstances.

Better understand when to expand their practice and how many operatories to build.

Determine the amount of money needed for their retirement.

ROBERT SICILIANO, CSP

TAKE CHARGE, FIGHT BACK! STREET SMART, STREET SAFE PERSONAL SECURITY AND IDENTITY THEFT PREVENTION (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY/COMPUTERS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 561 Every day small businesses and ordinary men, women and children face risk. There are 750,000 registered sex offenders in the U.S., and thousands more are unaccounted for. An identity is stolen every few seconds and over a billion private records have been hacked. The fact is most people are unprepared to protect their families, client data or their identities. In this security program, Mr. Siciliano will share unique situations businesses and families face in the physical and virtual worlds. He will also present the best options to protect data, identities and loved ones from crime.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Understand how “security appreciation” is the key to staying safe.

Recognize what puts them, their families and businesses at risk.

Protect themselves in various scenarios inside and outside of their home.

Enable data protections to prevent data breaches and identity theft.

SAJ JIVRAJ, DDS AND HOOMAN ZARRINKELK, DDS GRAFTLESS SOLUTION FOR THE SEVERELY ATROPHIC EDENTULOUS PATIENT: ZYGOMA CONCEPT—PROSTHETIC AND SURGICAL HANDS-ON SESSION (PARTICIPATIVE, UP TO 2.0 HOURS) SURGICAL PHASE THERAPY, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 691

SAJ JIVRAJ, BDS, MSED

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HOOMAN ZARRINKELK, DDS

This hands-on course will help participants understand the armamentarium and surgical protocol for placement of Brånemark System® Zygoma implants using the ad modum Brånemark technique, as well as new NobelZygomaTM. Understanding the trajectory of the osteotomy, the steps for placement of a single zygoma implant and the zygoma quad concept will all be communicated in depth. This course will also cover the various components and steps used for the direct conversion of a full denture to a fixed implant-supported prosthesis (provisional fixed bridge). Maxillary models with angled and straight multi-unit abutments as well as temporary titanium cylinders will be provided for each participant.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS HANDSON SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Understand the steps for fabrication of a fixed immediateload provisional.

Grasp the components needed for the fabrication of a fixed provisional prosthesis.

Discuss the steps for the “direct” intraoral conversion of the patient denture to a fixed provisional prosthesis.

Review the authentic definitive prosthetic options.


ROBERT MARGEAS, DDS

DENTIST FABRICATED RESIN BONDED BRIDGES—A COST-EFFECTIVE SOLUTION FOR MISSING TEETH (PARTICIPATIVE, UP TO 2.25 HOURS) OPERATIVE DENTISTRY, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 250 This hands-on course will teach clinicians how to fabricate a resin-retained bridge for a missing anterior tooth. A unique composite impregnated fiber will be used to create a “Maryland-type” bridge. This can be used for teenagers who are congenitally missing teeth that require long-term provisionalization prior to implant placement. Materials will be provided by 3M Oral Care.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS HANDS-ON SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Use a unique material to fabricate a resin-bonded bridge.

Learn how to bond resin bridges for long-term success.

Form pontics for maximum aesthetics.

ARIEL RAIGRODSKI, DMD, MS, FACP

ZIRCONIA-BASED RESTORATIONS (PARTICIPATIVE, UP TO 2.0 HOURS) PROSTHODONTICS/FIXED, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 610 This hands-on course will discuss the evolution in zirconia-based restorations while highlighting the latest information on novel translucent zirconias and how their optical and physical properties may impact successful clinical outcomes. It will address how the advent of CAD/ CAM technology supports the design and fabrication of these restorations in the dental laboratory. In addition, it will emphasize preparation design including hands-on exercises for tooth preparation for both bi-layered and monolithic zirconia restorations and discuss insertion aspects (adhesive/traditional cementation procedures). Each of these will be presented in an interactive environment to support the clinical knowledge and comfort level of the participants and to ensure optimal success in their practice. Materials will be provided by 3M Oral Care and Brasseler USA.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS HANDS-ON SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Address the features of the first generation opaque zirconia for bi-layered restorations and the newer second-generation translucent zirconias for monolithic restorations.

Understand how the advent of CAD/CAM technology supports the design and fabrication of such restorations.

Refine preparation-design techniques, which optimize a successful clinical outcome.

PARESH SHAH, DMD, MS

DIGITAL WORKFLOW WORKSHOP (PARTICIPATIVE, UP TO 2.0 HOURS) MULTI-DISCIPLINARY TOPICS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 149 The digitization of dentistry is accelerating due to rapid technological, clinical and economic advances in CAD/ CAM, materials technology and the corresponding vast improvements in clinic-lab communications, treatment planning and more predictable clinical outcomes. These ongoing rapid advances taking place in dental technology combined with the array of choices materializing can be both overwhelming and intimidating. In this workshop, Dr. Shah and The Aurum Group will demystify some of the fears and false perceptions around digital dental technology through a combined lecture and hands-on experience. Participants will receive a comprehensive demonstration of the benefits and dynamics of restorative digital workflows, beginning with intraoral scanning (IOS) and ending with an overview of the multitude of restorative materials and prosthetic solutions available today.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS HANDS-ON SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Determine which intraoral scanner is right for their practice.

Understand the economic and clinical value of IOS for their practice and patients.

Grasp the advantages of digital materials and workflows versus analog workflows.

Learn how to get started with IOS.

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FRIDAY JANUARY 27 DAVID AVRIN, CSP

WINNING IN BUSINESS WHEN EVERYONE IS GOOD— HOW TO CREATE VISIBLE ADVANTAGES TO BECOME THE BEST CHOICE IN A SEA OF GOOD CHOICES (LECTURE, UP TO .5 HOUR) PRACTICE MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RELATIONS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 550 Face it, for the first time in human history, everyone in business is good. So, when competency reigns supreme, how can one stand apart? In this high-energy, content-rich and entertaining presentation, acclaimed business marketing expert David Avrin will show attendees how to align their organizational strategy, hiring, R&D, sales, messaging and culture around their greatest competitive advantages. Based on the lessons in his new book, Visibility Marketing (2016, Career Press), Mr. Avrin will challenge people to dig deep and move beyond mere high-level competency to discover and craft meaningful differentiation so they can own their space and out-message their competitors.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Achieve significant and sustainable competitive advantage by highlighting meaningful differentiation.

Gain internal perspective on what sets their practice apart from the competition.

DEEPAK MALHOTRA, PHD

NEGOTIATING THE IMPOSSIBLE (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) PRACTICE MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RELATIONS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 550 Some negotiations are easy. Others are more difficult. And then there are situations that seem completely hopeless. Conflict is escalating—people are getting aggressive and no one is willing to back down. To top it off, most have little power or other resources to work with. This session will use fascinating case studies from history, business and sports to draw out lessons that will help defuse even the most potentially explosive situations and find success when things seem impossible.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Recognize their greatest source of leverage in negotiation.

Explore strategies to de-escalate conflict and get people to back away from entrenched positions.

Adjust their negotiation approach when the other side is behaving aggressively or unethically.

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BREAKOUT SELECTIONS MARKUS BLATZ, DMD, PHD

THE SCIENCE OF CERAMICS AND ADHESION (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) AESTHETICS/COSMETIC DENTISTRY, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 780 Ceramic materials have become integral parts of aesthetically driven restorative treatment concepts that include procedures ranging from conservative veneers to full-mouth implant-supported rehabilitations. Concurrently, digital technologies have vastly altered treatment planning, restoration fabrication and clinical protocols. The recent evolution in CAD/CAM technologies and ceramics, paired with the development of new adhesive bonding materials, has vastly shifted traditional treatment paradigms and offers a new range of treatment options that are not only more aesthetic but also less invasive, with the overall goals to provide truly patientcentered care and retain teeth as long as possible. Crucial aspects for successful integration and long-term clinical success of modern ceramic materials are an understanding of the latest scientific research, proper case selection, treatment planning and updated handling protocols,

such as preparation, cementation and resin bonding. This program will provide an update on the science of dental aesthetics, ceramics, adhesion and CAD/CAM technologies for long-term clinical success with tooth and implant-supported ceramic restorations.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Grasp the latest scientific evidence on CAD/CAM technologies, ceramic materials and adhesive bonding protocols.

Understand clinical guidelines for successful and long-lasting ceramic restorations, from bonded laminate veneers to full-mouth implantsupported rehabilitations.

GERARD CHICHE, DDS

COORDINATING IMPLANT THERAPY IN INTERDISCIPLINARY AESTHETIC TREATMENT (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) IMPLANT RESTORATIVE, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 695 Different case scenarios will be discussed involving implant therapy in conjunction with restoration of the residual natural dentition. Focus will be placed on sequencing implant treatment with orthodontic therapy, managing implant treatment with opposing natural dentition and coordinating extensive implant treatment with restoration of the residual natural dentition.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Design extensive implant rehabilitations for optimum protection.

Understand how to sequence therapy for patients that require implant and orthodontic treatment.

STEVE LEFEVER, MBA, CFE

PROFIT MASTERY—EXECUTIVE OVERVIEW OF THE 2015 SEATTLE STUDY CLUB® FINANCIAL BENCHMARK STUDY (LECTURE, UP TO .5 HOUR) FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 552 Over the last two years, Seattle Study Club members have enthusiastically welcomed Mr. LeFever and his Profit Mastery tools and resources. He employs a “keep it simple stupid,” plain-English, laugh-out-loud approach to the Achilles heel of the dental profession—finance. Now, he and his colleagues are generating the first ever Seattle Study Club Financial Benchmark Study. In this dynamic session, Mr. LeFever will not only share the “State of the Financial Union” of Seattle Study Club members, but also—and more importantly—how to use this valuable financial intelligence as a uniquely powerful management tool to improve practice performance.

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UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Identify the four key financial performance issues and the critical areas to manage (profitability, productivity, financial position and cash flow).

Discover the financial trends of dental practices over the last year.

Discuss the management efficiencies that exist in the top 25 percent—those who earned the highest owner’s discretionary profit percentage.

Recognize how industry benchmarks can be used to assess the performance of an individual practice.


BREAKOUT SELECTIONS MARCO BRINDIS, DDS

WITH GREAT POWER COMES GREAT RESPONSIBILITY— HOW TO SELECT THE MATERIAL FOR YOUR IMPLANT ABUTMENTS AND RESTORATIONS (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) IMPLANT MATERIALS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 698 Great materials for implant abutments and restorations have been developed and improved in the last decade. Many of these materials have outstanding and powerful properties, both mechanically and visually, and are supported by solid scientific evidence. However, it has been difficult for the restorative dentist to keep up with the overwhelming number of new ceramic material options and their indications. The goal of this presentation is to share an algorithm to make the best evidence-based clinical choice when selecting materials for implant abutments and restorations.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Differentiate the myths and truths concerning ceramic restorative materials, including abutments and restorations.

Use an algorithm to select the right material based on the scientific evidence and clinical situation.

MARCELO CALAMITA, DDS, MS, PHD

FROM VIRTUAL PLANNING TO REAL OUTCOME—WHERE THE HUMAN FACTOR IS IMPORTANT IN THIS INTERFACE (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY/COMPUTERS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 561 Humans have a love-hate relationship with technology. The search for a technical panacea has always existed—as new gadgets offer a promise of evolution, revolution and/or resolution. Although accurate and productive, the reality is that technology not only brings solutions, but also needs to be tested, implemented and practiced before it is considered effective. This session will focus on how the digital interface can help the interdisciplinary team clearly define the potential aesthetic results, with its visible risks and implications. Dr. Calamita will also share the key human factors that are relevant in the decision making process such as objective versus subjective evaluation.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Understand the influence of the project with the potential aesthetic outcome in their patients’ education and motivation.

Introduce a process of negotiation between ideal aesthetic design versus biological, structural and functional implications.

SSC TECHNOLOGY CARNIVAL In the spirit of adventure, Seattle Study Club® will present its first ever Technology Carnival. The goal is to create a thought-provoking activities fair in which every participant leaves with the understanding of how the latest dental innovations can impact the way dentists practice on a daily basis. This carnival is designed to echo the old-fashioned midway that would travel from town to town with interesting displays and booths. Not quite a circus, but an event that showcases “curiosities from the big city.” Participants will investigate the latest technologies and participate in live demonstrations, and can even bring office plans so that the geniuses from Benco Dental can help in designing present or future office integration.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS TECH CARNIVAL, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Gain an in-depth understanding of the newest dental technologies.

Better understand how these technologies can best be incorporated into their practice.

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BREAKOUT SELECTIONS DAVID AVRIN, CSP

LIVE YOUR BRAND! — EVERYTHING YOU DO, AND DON’T DO, AT WORK IMPACTS YOUR ORGANIZATION AND YOUR JOB (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) PRACTICE MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RELATIONS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 550 When it comes to a company’s brand, everything— and everyone—matters. Each interaction, every project and daily activity helps reinforce how customers, clients and even competitors see a business. In this enlightening and entertaining presentation, international marketing and branding expert David Avrin will show attendees what their role is in supporting and reinforcing their brand promise. Through a combination of profound lessons, engaging stories and eye-opening examples of companies that do it right, Mr. Avrin will show the dental practice owners how to deliver on their brand promise each and every day.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Walk away with a clearer sense of purpose and of their role in supporting their mission and building their dental practice.

Deliver compelling marketing messages in a powerful and meaningful way.

BOB STUTMAN, DEA, RETIRED AND HON. JODI DEBBRECHT SWITALSKI

THE PROBLEM IS US—OVER AND UNDER PRESCRIBING (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION MGMT., AGD SUBJECT CODE: 345 


BOB STUTMAN, DEA, RETIRED

Controlled substance abuse has skyrocketed over the last decade in the U.S., and it’s estimated that 23 percent of prescribed opioids are used non-medically. In 2011 studies were published in the Journal of the American Medical Association that dentists wrote the third most opioid prescriptions in the United States, especially post surgical tooth extractions. This has lead to a proxy war between the DEA, clinicians and pharmacists. It is more important now than ever for dentists to HON. JODI DEBBRECHT know how to protect their practice from SWITALSKI criminal and civil liabilities, what due diligence is being required of them, how to identify substance abuse and what action should be taken by the clinician. Described as “refreshingly depressing,” Mr. Stutman

and Judge Jodi will provide the premier research to educate and provide tools to help dental professionals empower and protect their children, communities and workplace against the most devastating drug epidemic in American history.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Grasp the legal standard of care to be applied to avoid or escape a medical malpractice action.

Recognize the liabilities when a patient is addicted or takes an overdose.

Identify substance abuse and know what to do about it.

DAVID SCHWAB, PHD

CREATING EXCELLENCE—HOW TO HOLD YOURSELF, YOUR TEAM AND YOUR PATIENTS ACCOUNTABLE (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) SELF-IMPROVEMENT, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 770 This lecture moves at warp speed to define the oftenelusive term “excellence” and to provide participants the template to create that culture in their practice. The laser-like focus is on the attendee as a leader, their team and their patients. During this session, Dr. Schwab will provide the tools every leader needs to set the standard, as well as practical tips for creating clear expectations, motivating their team and creating accountability. He will also teach attendees how to get their patients to accept responsibility for their own dental health and take advantage of all that modern dentistry has to offer. 18

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Define excellence and set standards in their practice.

“Walk the talk” by serving as a role model so that everyone is held accountable.


JANE JENKINS HERLONG, CSP

DON’T THROW TOMATOES AT MY FIELD OF DREAMS! (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) SELF-IMPROVEMENT, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 770 When life gives over-ripened tomatoes, make some ketchup! In this presentation—full of enriching content and enlightening humor—Ms. Herlong shares successful business and life strategies learned from working in her father’s tomato fields as a young girl. Her humorous, original storytelling focuses on personal accountability and life balance, while promoting the highest standards of ethics for peak performance and bottom line productivity. This presentation is perfect for those who need to out-think or re-think the competition.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Realize the value in making great mistakes.

Recognize how to become empowered by difficult people.

Identify the “Best Worst Thing that Ever Happened.”

Become a “keeper” to their patients.

DEEPAK MALHOTRA, PHD

NEGOTIATING IN THE FACE OF RESISTANCE TO CHANGE (LECTURE, UP TO 2.0 HOURS) PRACTICE MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RELATIONS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 550 Whether one is negotiating a deal or trying to effect change in their organization, having the best idea or offering is not enough. It can be difficult to convince people who have strongly held views, preconceived notions or who are simply comfortable doing things the way they’ve always been done. During this session, attendees will learn how to move people in the direction they want them to move when the momentum is against them.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Apply proven communication techniques to “unfreeze” the situation and make people open to new ideas and change.

Utilize principles of psychology to deliver more compelling proposals.

MARCELO CALAMITA, DDS, MS, PHD

DSD-AURUM DIGITAL WORKSHOP (PARTICIPATIVE, UP TO 2.0 HOURS) DIGITAL RADIOLOGY, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 731 Excellence in functional and aesthetic dentistry will never be accomplished by accident. It is predictably and consistently achieved by a protocol for diagnosis, communication, treatment planning, execution and case maintenance. At the same time, advances in technology are changing dentistry, conceptually and structurally, on every level. Through the integration of a disciplined and systematic methodology of treatment diagnosis and planning with the latest digital technologies and precision manufacturing platform, Digital Smile Design (DSD) and Aurum together offer a comprehensive interdisciplinary fully digital workflow to provide best-in-class patient-centric restorative and aesthetic dental solutions. DSD is a multipurpose conceptual protocol that provides remarkable advantages. For example, diagnostic abilities are facilitated through an extra- and intraoral aesthetic and structural evaluation. There is also improved communication between the team members, providing a better visual perception, education and motivation for patients. Additionally, effectiveness of

case presentation is increased and, accordingly, case acceptance. Finally, clinical efficiency and predictability is achieved through digital technology. Dr. Calamita and The Aurum Group will host a handson workshop that will give participants a foundational ability to implement the DSD process and leverage the benefits of digital dentistry to improve practice performance and leave their patients thrilled with their new, exceptionally functional and aesthetic smiles.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS HANDS-ON SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Recognize the value of DSD for their practice and patients.

Determine the importance of involving the patient in the treatment planning process.

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GERARD CHICHE, DDS

PORCELAIN VENEER PREPARATIONS (PARTICIPATIVE, UP TO 2.0 HOURS) VENEERS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 783 This is a hands-on workshop with individual stations. Participants will systematically execute six porcelain veneer preparations, each with a different design on Typodont models, using dedicated kits designed by Dr. Chiche. This session will include preparation designs according to various clinical situations, traditional prep, low prep, diastema closure, preexisting composites or short papillae, canine guidance control, buccal ¾ crown design one and buccal ¾ crown design two. Materials will be provided by 3M Oral Care and Brasseler USA.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS HANDS-ON SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Understand ceramic selections.

Demonstrate cementation and bonding techniques to be used during the execution of the preparations.

SCOTT MACLEAN, DDS, FADI, FACD, FICD, FPFA AND SUNDEEP RAWAL, DDS

DIGITALLY DRIVEN INNOVATIONS—UTILIZING ADVANCEMENTS IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY TO SIMPLIFY WORKFLOW (PARTICIPATIVE, UP TO 2.0 HOURS) IMPLANT DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT PLANNING, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 697

SCOTT MACLEAN, DDS, FADI, FACD, FICD, FPFA

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SUNDEEP RAWAL, DDS

From treatment planning to design of definitive restorations, computers are changing the processes used for treating patients. NobelClinician® in conjunction with NobelProcera® allows clinicians to use newer technologies to make treatment protocols more efficient and less time consuming—especially for complex implant fixed and removable therapies. Along with this shift in technology, even newer innovations such as NobelDesignTM and ON1TM technology enable a greater spectrum of options to enhance restorative outcomes. This hands-on session will highlight each software in a suite of digital workflows and will demonstrate how to integrate them in an easy way to facilitate therapy from surgical planning of dental implant placement to the fabrication of single tooth and full-arch restorations.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS HANDSON SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Obtain guidelines for proper case selection, treatment planning and indications/contraindications to aid in diagnosis with the end prosthetic goals as a blueprint for therapy.

Highlight how these technologies create interdisciplinary treatment directed through the dental lab in efficient daily practice. 


Understand how simplification of overall restorative protocols can lead to increased profitability and create value that can drive growth in the practice. 


Communicate the benefits to the patient.


SATURDAY JANUARY 28 PAT WILLIAMS

THE 10 KEYS TO CREATING A QUALITY ORGANIZATION (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) SELF-IMPROVEMENT, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 770 Successful people know how important it is to have excellence in the workplace. In this fascinating keynote based on his personal principles, Mr. Williams will provide the ingredients of his recipe for quality. This fast-moving series of ideas and techniques will offer the practical steps that can transform any company into a quality organization. As one of his most requested talks, these keys to quality can be used by anyone to enhance not only their work life but their work environment as well.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Create a patient-centric culture.

Transform their office into a world-class practice.

MEN ARE FROM MARS, WOMEN ARE FROM VENUS… IS OUR HEALTHCARE SYSTEM FROM URANUS? (PANEL DISCUSSION OF MEDICAL DOCTORS, UP TO 1.5 HOURS)

If you’ve read a newspaper or visited a medical doctor recently, you may have received conflicting information about diagnostic testing for prostate cancer, cervical cancer, breast cancer, etc. The controversy surrounding the use of the PSA test is just one example. Is it a man’s best chance of discovering he has prostate cancer before it has metastasized, or is it an entrance to a maze of over-diagnosis and unnecessary treatment? During this panel discussion of current issues in diagnostic testing for both men and women, medical doctors will explain which tests are absolutely necessary regardless whether your doctor, your insurance company or the government tells you they are not.

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BREAKOUT SELECTIONS TAL MORR, DMD, MSD

INTERDISCIPLINARY MANAGEMENT OF AESTHETIC AND FUNCTIONAL DILEMMAS (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) PROSTHODONTICS/FIXED, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 610 It is not uncommon to see patients with a failing rehabilitation or dentition due to aesthetic and functional issues. Management of some of these cases with conventional restorative dentistry is limited in its ability to address the issues. Simply replacing restorations has the potential to be quite aggressive and destructive to the teeth, may not address the issues and can end in a compromised result. Many dentists are fearful of presenting a complex, interdisciplinary treatment plan for fear of losing the patient. Determining if restorative dentistry alone can solve the issues is critical. Utilizing all of the options available through interdisciplinary care can

enhance the result, both aesthetically and functionally, and minimize the amount of dentistry necessary to treat the patient to an acceptable result.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Determine if restorative dentistry alone can solve the issues in complex functional and aesthetic rehabilitations.

Identify interdisciplinary management options for complex cases.

ARIEL RAIGRODSKI, DMD, MS, FACP

ZIRCONIA RESTORATIONS IN THE CONTEMPORARY RESTORATIVE PRACTICE—AN UPDATE (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) ALL CERAMIC RESTORATIONS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 612 This presentation will discuss the evolution of zirconia-based restorations while highlighting the latest information on novel translucent zirconia and how their optical and physical properties may impact successful clinical outcomes in the restorative practice. Dr. Raigrodski will also address how developments of newer more translucent zirconia and the advent of CAD/CAM technology promote the fabrication of zirconia-based restorations with a bi-layered, monolithic or hybrid design, as well as the fabrication of implant abutments and frameworks. Evidence-based data and comprehensive patient care will be presented to demonstrate the use of zirconia as part of the everyday contemporary restorative practice.

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UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Address the features of the first generation opaque zirconia for bi-layered restorations and the newer second-generation translucent zirconias for monolithic restorations.

Understand how the advent of CAD/ CAM technology supports the design and manufacturing of zirconia restorations for natural dentition and in implant dentistry.

Identify the advantages and limitations of zirconia in the contemporary dental practice.


GERARD CHICHE, DDS

PORCELAIN VENEER PREPARATIONS (PARTICIPATIVE, UP TO 2.0 HOURS) VENEERS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 783 This is a hands-on workshop with individual stations. Participants will systematically execute six porcelain veneer preparations, each with a different design on Typodont models, using dedicated kits designed by Dr. Chiche. This session will include preparation designs according to various clinical situations, traditional prep, low prep, diastema closure, preexisting composites or short papillae, canine guidance control, buccal ¾ crown design one and buccal ¾ crown design two. Materials will be provided by 3M Oral Care and Brasseler USA.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS HANDS-ON SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Understand ceramic selections.

Demonstrate cementation and bonding techniques to be used during the execution of the preparations.

ANTHONY SCLAR, DMD

INTRAORAL SOFT TISSUE AUGMENTATION TECHNIQUES FOR TEETH AND DENTAL IMPLANTS PERI-IMPLANT SOFT TISSUE AUGMENTATION WITH PALATAL AND MAXILLARY TUBEROSITY CONNECTIVE TISSUE GRAFTS A STEP-BY-STEP TUTORIAL USING GRAPHIC ILLUSTRATIONS, CASE-BASED LEARNING AND VIDEO DEMONSTRATIONS (PARTICIPATIVE, 2.0 HOURS) SOFT TISSUE SURGERY, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 492 This hands-on course will introduce the biology of intraoral soft tissue healing and grafting, as well as the critical concepts related to the interdependency of soft and hard tissue alveolar ridge tissues. Casebased learning will be used to provide an overview of the most common donor and recipient site procedures used for periodontal and peri-implant soft tissue site development. In addition, the use of porcine collagen soft tissue graft substitutes for enhanced soft tissue augmentation and biotype conversion will be reviewed. Intraoral soft donor site harvest, recipient site preparation and minimally invasive approaches for periodontal and peri-implant soft tissue augmentation with palatal and tuberosity connective tissue grafts will be demonstrated by detailed clinical case presentations and footage from surgeries. Hands-on exercises will enable participants to sharpen their skills related to both donor and recipient site surgical procedures required for successful periodontal and peri-implant soft tissue augmentation.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS HANDS-ON SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Discuss the biologic role of periodontal and peri-implant soft tissues and the importance of pre-treatment diagnosis of gingival biotype.

Become familiar with the most common donor and recipient site surgery techniques required for successful periodontal and peri-implant soft tissue augmentation.

Perform palatal and tuberosity connective tissue donor harvest and soft tissue augmentation at periodontal and peri-implant recipient sites on customized models.

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NON-CLINICAL PROGRAM


WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

BREAKFAST

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BREAKFAST

DR. ANTHONY ATALA CAN WE GROW ORGANS INSTEAD OF TRANSPLANTING THEM? ANATOMY, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 012

MR. DAVID AVRIN WINNING IN BUSINESS PRACTICE MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RELATIONS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 550

MR. JUAN ENRIQUEZ HOMO EVOLUTIS BASIC SCIENCE, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 010 BREAK MR. JUAN ENRIQUEZ BLACK, WHITE AND GREY— LIFE SCIENCES AND ETHICS BASIC SCIENCE, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 010 PROF. FRANCINE EDWARDS LOVING FROM THE INSIDE OUT SELF-IMPROVEMENT, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 770 LUNCH

DR. JERRI EDWARDS THE ACTIVE STUDY— COGNITIVE TRAINING REDUCES INCIDENT DEMENTIA SELF-IMPROVEMENT, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 770

BREAK

MR. KIRK BEHRENDT THE ONE THING THAT IS HOLDING YOU BACK— AND IT’S NOT WHAT YOU THINK SELF-IMPROVEMENT, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 770

MS. MICHELE WEINER-DAVIS OUR RELATIONSHIP WOULD BE EASY IF IT WEREN’T FOR YOU! SELF-IMPROVEMENT, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 770

BREAK MR. ROBERT SICILIANO TAKE CHARGE, FIGHT BACK! STREET SMART, STREET SAFE PERSONAL SECURITY AND IDENTITY THEFT PREVENTION INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY/COMPUTERS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 561

BREAK MS. JANE JENKINS HERLONG BURY ME WITH MY PEARLS SELF-IMPROVEMENT, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 770 MR. BOB STUTMAN AND HON. JODI DEBBRECHT SWITALSKI THE DRUG EPIDEMIC OF THE 21ST CENTURY SUBSTANCE ABUSE, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 157

PANEL DISCUSSION OF MEDICAL DOCTORS MEN ARE FROM MARS, WOMEN ARE FROM VENUS… IS OUR HEALTHCARE SYSTEM FROM URANUS?

MR. NAT WARE THE EXPECTATION GAP SELF-IMPROVEMENT, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 770

CLOSING CEREMONIES

LUNCH Choose two one-hour sessions or the two-hour session.

LUNCH

MS. MICHELE WEINER-DAVIS CAN WE TALK? REVITALIZE YOUR INTIMATE CONNECTION BOTH EMOTIONALLY AND PHYSICALLY SELF-IMPROVEMENT, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 770

AT YOUR LEISURE

WELCOME DINNER

PROF. DEEPAK MALHOTRA NEGOTIATING THE IMPOSSIBLE PRACTICE MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RELATIONS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 550

MR. PAT WILLIAMS THE 10 KEYS TO CREATING A QUALITY ORGANIZATION SELF-IMPROVEMENT, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 770

MR. BOB STUTMAN MR. DAVID AND AVRIN HON. JODI LIVE YOUR DEBBRECHT BRAND! SWITALSKI PRACTICE OVER AND MANAGEMENT UNDER AND HUMAN PRESCRIBING RELATIONS, PRESCRIPTION AGD SUBJECT MEDICATION CODE: 550 MGMT., AGD SUBJECT CODE: 345 MS. JANE JENKINS HERLONG DR. DAVID DON´T SCHWAB THROW CREATING TOMATOES EXCELLENCE AT MY FIELD SELFOF DREAMS! IMPROVEMENT, SELFAGD SUBJECT IMPROVEMENT, CODE: 770 AGD SUBJECT CODE: 770

PROF. DEEPAK MALHOTRA NEGOTIATING IN THE FACE OF RESISTANCE TO CHANGE PRACTICE MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RELATIONS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 550

OPENING CEREMONIES

MARGARITA MADNESS

EVENING CONCERT

FINAL DINNER

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WEDNESDAY JANUARY 25 JUAN ENRIQUEZ, MBA

HOMO EVOLUTIS (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) BASIC SCIENCE, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 010 There have been at least 25 prototype humans. We are but one more model, and there is no evidence evolution has stopped. Mr. Enriquez will take the audience into a world where humans increasingly shape their environment, themselves and other species. It is a world where bodies harbor 100 times more microbial cells than human cells, a place where a gene cocktail may allow many more to climb an 8,000 meter peak without oxygen and where—given the right drug—one could have a 77 percent chance of becoming a centenarian. By the end of this keynote session, attendees will see a broad, and sometimes scary, map of life sciences driven change. Not just the human body but also core religious, government and social structures will be altered as humankind makes the transition to a new species, Homo evolutis, which directly and deliberately controls its own evolution and that of many other species.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Learn how humanity is on the verge of becoming a new and utterly unique species— Homo evolutis.

Understand how more aspects of the human experience and life will be capable of scientific manipulation.

Learn that this great leap will be made possible through the conflux of DNA manipulation, therapy, tissue generation and robotics.

JUAN ENRIQUEZ, MBA

BLACK, WHITE AND GREY—LIFE SCIENCES AND ETHICS (LECTURE, UP TO 1.5 HOURS) BASIC SCIENCE, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 010 Ethics is often taught as a black-and-white, exceedingly boring subject. But the discussion gets really interesting when the rules change. For example, what are the considerations of ethics when fertilization can take place outside of the body (IVF), there are three-parent children and the genes of future generations can be altered? Decisions made today will likely change over time as procedures become mainstream. How the present generation is regarded by future societies does not just depend on finding the right answers for today—societal rules and norms change. So, who should teach ethics today? This will be a fast moving interactive session. Discussion format will be similar to that of a Harvard Business School case.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Continue a dialogue about the ethical implications of biotechnological advances and the positive effects such research can have on human life.

Discuss the ability to change the most basic life code of bacteria, plants, animals and humans.

FRANCINE EDWARDS, PHD

LOVING FROM THE INSIDE OUT (LECTURE, UP TO 1.5 HOURS) SELF-IMPROVEMENT, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 770 In this thought-provoking presentation, Prof. Edwards addresses how individuals can make a difference in a society filled with racial, ethnic, gender, sexual and religious tensions. She argues that people need to change the way they think about human beings and focus on who people are on the inside, and not just who they are on the outside. Everyone has an amazing narrative and a story worth sharing, worth listening to and worth asking questions about. She suggests that everyone should be swift to love, slow to judge and, when able, quick to de-escalate a situation.

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UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Work toward loving unconditionally in times of stress.

Understand that stopping themselves from judging others is the first step toward harmony and healing.

Use the tools of sharing, listening and asking questions to learn to know people from the inside out.


JERRI EDWARDS, PHD

THE ACTIVE STUDY—COGNITIVE TRAINING REDUCES INCIDENT DEMENTIA (LECTURE & PARTICIPATIVE, UP TO 2.0 HOURS) SELF-IMPROVEMENT, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 770 Research suggests that as people age they will need more than crossword puzzles or an active social life to keep dementia at bay. Although this memory-robbing disease mainly affects older people, it is not a normal part of aging and—with over 47.5 million dementia cases (worldwide) and 7.7 million new cases a year—one has to ask if brain training can really prevent dementia. During this session, Dr. Edwards will share her research on how cognitive abilities can be maintained and enhanced with advancing age and how computerized cognitive training not only improves cognitive function, but also longitudinally enhances the everyday functional abilities of older adults. She will describe normal age-related cognitive decline and ways to prevent cognitive impairment and dementia. She will demonstrate the brain-training program studied in her research, the Brain HQ Double Decision

exercise, which has been shown to improve cognitive and everyday functional abilities across 18 different randomized clinical trials in more than 50 published papers. She will conclude the session with further demonstrations of other Brain HQ exercises and time for the audience to participate in their own online cognitive training session followed by audience Q & A.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Discuss how cognitive interventions (aka, brain training) help older adults delay or avoid functional difficulties.

Realize that specific forms and doses of cognitive training can delay the onset of dementia.

KIRK BEHRENDT

THE ONE THING THAT IS HOLDING YOU BACK—AND IT’S NOT WHAT YOU THINK (LECTURE, UP TO .5 HOUR) SELF-IMPROVEMENT, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 770 As the speed and connectivity of the world continues to increase, many clinicians are seeking real solutions— how to get more done, grow their practices, find the right people and have a better life at the same time. Many of them are only finding dead-end roads and feeling more and more trapped. During this valuable session, Mr. Behrendt will encourage attendees to see the one thing that can be the biggest bang for their future and how to use it on the path that lies ahead.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Realize what many are calling the single most important asset to their practice and life.

Follow a framework that they can use time and time again to make very big decisions that have predictable outcomes.

Grasp what many dentists have done to completely change their confidence and the trajectory of their lives.

Learn the single tool—when used wisely—that could change the entire course of their future.

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THURSDAY JANUARY 26 ANTHONY ATALA, MD

CAN WE GROW ORGANS INSTEAD OF TRANSPLANTING THEM? (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) ANATOMY, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 012 During this mind-boggling keynote, Dr. Atala will demonstrate an early-stage experiment that could someday solve the organ-donor problem. He will also share how regenerative medicine will not just help manage disease but will also improve lives and possibly even provide a cure.

See page 8 for full description.

MICHELE WEINER-DAVIS, MSW

OUR RELATIONSHIP WOULD BE EASY IF IT WEREN’T FOR YOU! (LECTURE, UP TO 2.0 HOURS) SELF-IMPROVEMENT, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 770 When faced with relationship problems, it’s very tempting to blame others. However, blaming others is usually met with defensiveness and a lack of cooperation and empathy. Stop playing the blame game and join Ms. Weiner-Davis, an internationally renowned relationship expert, best-selling author, marriage therapist and professional speaker who specializes in helping people change their lives and improve important relationships. Whether a spouse, significant other, child, co-worker, in-law or friend, this program will offer several concrete steps to stop blaming and start finding solutions to nagging relationship dilemmas.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Set relationship goals.

Improve a relationship single-handedly.

Do more of what works and less of what doesn’t.

Identify new creative approaches to change.

ROBERT SICILIANO, CSP

TAKE CHARGE, FIGHT BACK! STREET SMART, STREET SAFE PERSONAL SECURITY AND IDENTITY THEFT PREVENTION (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY/COMPUTERS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 561 There are 750,000 registered sex offenders in the U.S., and thousands more are unaccounted for. In this security program, Mr. Siciliano will share unique situations businesses and families face in the physical and virtual worlds. He will also present the best options to protect data, identities and loved ones from crime.

See page 12 for full description.

MICHELE WEINER-DAVIS, MSW

CAN WE TALK? REVITALIZE YOUR INTIMATE CONNECTION BOTH EMOTIONALLY AND PHYSICALLY (LECTURE, UP TO 2.0 HOURS) SELF-IMPROVEMENT, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 770 It is often the case that one spouse longs for emotional connection while the other craves touch. Both partners wait for the other to change first and the relationship begins to suffer. This standoff can result in one or both spouses feeling alone, unheard or confused. During this intense session, Ms. Weiner-Davis will help attendees understand why being complacent or bitter about ho-hum emotional or physical intimacy has a cost. She will share firsthand accounts from couples who have struggled with this dilemma and offer solutions to bridge the intimacy gap. 28

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Understand how to do REAL giving.

Approach new ways to motivate their spouse to take their needs for more physical closeness to heart.

Revitalize their emotionally intimate connection with their spouse.


FRIDAY JANUARY 27 DAVID AVRIN, CSP

WINNING IN BUSINESS WHEN EVERYONE IS GOOD— HOW TO CREATE VISIBLE ADVANTAGES TO BECOME THE BEST CHOICE IN A SEA OF GOOD CHOICES (LECTURE, UP TO .5 HOUR) PRACTICE MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RELATIONS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 550 In this high-energy, content-rich and entertaining presentation, acclaimed business marketing expert David Avrin will show attendees how to align their organizational strategy, hiring, R&D, sales, messaging and culture around their greatest competitive advantages.

See page 15 for full description.

DEEPAK MALHOTRA, PHD

NEGOTIATING THE IMPOSSIBLE (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) PRACTICE MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RELATIONS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 550 This session will use fascinating case studies from history, business and sports to draw out lessons that will help defuse even the most potentially explosive situations and find success when things seem impossible.

See page 15 for full description.

JANE JENKINS HERLONG, CSP

BURY ME WITH MY PEARLS (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) SELF-IMPROVEMENT, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 770 Ms. Jane Jenkins Herlong entertains using funny, original Southern stories and folksy wisdom to help people live more productive and stress-free lives. Bury Me with My Pearls is a real-life, roller-coaster ride of laughter, tears and stomach-churning truths by a professional speaker, humorist and singer who, as Miss South Carolina, represented her state in the Miss America pageant and has been singing, speaking and writing ever since. Incorporating the analogy of pearls, Ms. Herlong uses humor to bravely address difficult issues many in her audiences encounter.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Develop their pearls, protect their jewels and carefully wear them next to their hearts.

Address difficult issues within changing roles, self-actualization and families.

BOB STUTMAN, DEA, RETIRED AND HON. JODI DEBBRECHT SWITALSKI

THE PROBLEM IS US—THE UNDENIABLE TRUTH ABOUT THE DRUG EPIDEMIC OF THE 21ST CENTURY (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) SUBSTANCE ABUSE, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 157 On average, 129 people die from drug overdose every day in the United States. Today, we are facing what is considered to be the most devastating public health problem of the modern age. During this session, Mr. Stutman and Judge Jodi will astonish attendees with a scientifically based, comprehensive presentation regarding the most current drug trends in the U.S. They will share the history of substance abuse, the paradigm shift and how this epidemic differs from previous generations.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Identify when and why this has happened.

Note the drugs that are most commonly abused and misused.

Recognize the misconceptions that most parents, medical and dental professionals have about the drug problem of 2016.


BREAKOUT SELECTIONS DAVID AVRIN, CSP

LIVE YOUR BRAND! — EVERYTHING YOU DO, AND DON’T DO, AT WORK IMPACTS YOUR ORGANIZATION AND YOUR JOB (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) PRACTICE MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RELATIONS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 550 In this enlightening and entertaining presentation, international marketing and branding expert David Avrin will show attendees what their role is in supporting and reinforcing their brand promise. Through a combination of profound lessons, engaging stories and eye-opening examples of companies that do it right, Mr. Avrin will show the audience how to deliver on their brand promise each and every day.

See page 18 for full description.

BOB STUTMAN, DEA, RETIRED AND HON. JODI DEBBRECHT SWITALSKI

THE PROBLEM IS US—OVER AND UNDER PRESCRIBING (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION MGMT., AGD SUBJECT CODE: 345 Mr. Stutman and Judge Jodi will provide the premier research to educate and provide tools to help dental professionals empower and protect their children, communities and workplace against the most devastating drug epidemic in American history.

See page 18 for full description.

DAVID SCHWAB, PHD

CREATING EXCELLENCE—HOW TO HOLD YOURSELF, YOUR TEAM AND YOUR PATIENTS ACCOUNTABLE (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) SELF-IMPROVEMENT, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 770 This lecture moves at warp speed to define the often-elusive term “excellence” and will give participants the template to create that culture in their practice. The laser-like focus is on the attendee as a leader, their team and their patients. During this session, Dr. Schwab will provide the tools every leader needs to set the standard, as well as practical tips for creating clear expectations, motivating their team and creating accountability.

See page 18 for full description.

JANE JENKINS HERLONG, CSP

DON’T THROW TOMATOES AT MY FIELD OF DREAMS! (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) SELF-IMPROVEMENT, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 770 When life gives over-ripened tomatoes, make some ketchup! In this presentation—full of enriching content and enlightening humor—Ms. Herlong shares successful business and life strategies learned from working in her father’s tomato fields as a young girl. Her humorous, original storytelling focuses on personal accountability and life balance, while promoting the highest standards of ethics for peak performance and bottom line productivity. This presentation is perfect for those who need to out-think or re-think the competition.

See page 19 for full description.

DEEPAK MALHOTRA, PHD

NEGOTIATING IN THE FACE OF RESISTANCE TO CHANGE (LECTURE, UP TO 2.0 HOURS) PRACTICE MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RELATIONS, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 550 It can be difficult to convince people who have strongly held views, preconceived notions or who are simply comfortable doing things the way they’ve always been done. During this session, attendees will learn how to move people in the direction they want them to move when the momentum is against them.

See page 19 for full description.


SATURDAY JANUARY 28 PAT WILLIAMS

THE 10 KEYS TO CREATING A QUALITY ORGANIZATION (LECTURE, UP TO 1.0 HOUR) SELF-IMPROVEMENT, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 770 Successful people know how important it is to have excellence in the workplace. In this fascinating keynote based on his personal principles, Mr. Williams will provide the ingredients of his recipe for quality. This fastmoving series of ideas and techniques will offer the practical steps that can transform any company into a quality organization.

See page 21 for full description.

MEN ARE FROM MARS, WOMEN ARE FROM VENUS… IS OUR HEALTHCARE SYSTEM FROM URANUS? (PANEL DISCUSSION OF MEDICAL DOCTORS, UP TO 1.5 HOURS)

If you’ve read a newspaper or visited a medical doctor recently, you may have received conflicting information about diagnostic testing for prostate cancer, cervical cancer, breast cancer, etc. The controversy surrounding the use of the PSA test is just one example. Is it a man’s best chance of discovering he has prostate cancer before it has metastasized, or is it an entrance to a maze of over-diagnosis and unnecessary treatment? During this panel discussion of current issues in diagnostic testing for both men and women, medical doctors will explain which tests are absolutely necessary regardless whether your doctor, your insurance company or the government tells you they are not.

NAT WARE, MBA

THE EXPECTATION GAP (LECTURE, UP TO 2.0 HOURS) SELF-IMPROVEMENT, AGD SUBJECT CODE: 770 Why are people getting richer but not happier? Why are lottery winners unable to sustain happiness? Why are some bronze medalists happier than silver medalists? Why does trying to be happy often make a person more unhappy? These intriguing questions and more will be answered during this entertaining and educational session. Attendees will be challenged to start taking their happiness seriously and change the very way they make decisions. Using more than a decade of groundbreaking research undertaken at Oxford and Harvard, Mr. Ware will explain how the way a person thinks fundamentally differs from the way they feel—unintentionally creating gaps between expectations and reality.

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES SHOULD BE ABLE TO: •

Identify the underlying reason why they regularly make decisions that reduce, rather than increase, their happiness.

Understand the three main drivers of unhappiness—regret, insignificance and disappointment.

Apply strategies for living a happier and more satisfying life, including knowing how to deal with excess choice, having the right perspective in every situation and managing risk, uncertainty and expectations.

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THE FINE PRINT SYMPOSIUM PASSPORTS

REGISTRATION

Attendance at any presentation, meal or social function requires a passport.

This is a lecture, hands-on and peer discussion-based program suitable for all dentists and business professionals regardless of prior experience. Register online, by mail or fax, or contact the Seattle Study Club® office to register by phone.

CLINICAL PASSPORT $3495 (Payment received after October 25, 2016: $3695) Passport provides access to all presentations shown in the clinical program grid found on pages 2-3 and all social programming, including four breakfasts, three lunches, two dinners and access to all late-night entertainment events.

NON-CLINICAL PASSPORT $2695 (Payment received after October 25, 2016: $2895) Passport provides access to all presentations shown in the nonclinical program grid found on page 25 and all social programming, including four breakfasts, three lunches, two dinners and access to all late-night entertainment events.

MEALS & ENTERTAINMENT PASSPORT $2195 (Payment received after October 25, 2016: $2395) Passport provides access to four breakfasts, three lunches, two dinners, all late-night entertainment events and seven keynote speeches. Does not include access to any other presentations or workshops shown on the program grids, found on pages 2, 3 and 25.

KIDS PASSPORT $1595 per child, 16-18 years old. $1295 per child, 11-15 years old. $495 per child, 6-10 years old. No charge per child, 0-5 years old. Provides access to four breakfasts, three lunches and two dinners. Kids may attend late-night entertainment events and the keynote speeches at their parents’ discretion. Does not include access to any other presentations or workshops shown on the program grids, found on pages 2, 3 and 25.

CANCELLATION POLICY Written notice of cancellation must be sent by certified mail to the Seattle Study Club® office at 635 Market Street, Kirkland, WA 98033 on or before the dates shown below to be effective. (Cancelled registrants are not entitled to receive Symposium materials, gifts, books, bags, apparel or any other items that may be provided to the attendees.) •

By November 16, 2016: $200 retained, remainder refunded.

November 17–December 3, 2016: 50 percent credited toward the 2018 Symposium, remainder retained.

After December 3, 2016: No refund or credit.

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Seattle Study Club Attn: Ms. Shaida Haberlach 635 Market Street, Kirkland, WA 98033 Phone: 425.576.8000, Fax 425.827.4292 Email: shaida@seattlestudyclub.com Website: seattlestudyclub.com Please let us know if you are registering two or more individuals with different surnames (so we may seat you together at social functions). Your registration is not confirmed without full payment in advance.

HANDS-ON COURSES Of the 48 sessions made available in the clinical program of this brochure, 13 will be offered as participative/hands-on breakout sessions intended to teach a particular subject, technique or skill that actively involves the audience. Participants will actively manipulate dental materials and devices and practice clinical skills and techniques under the live supervision of a qualified instructor(s). Instructor-toattendee ratio is most critical in participation courses and great care has been taken to ensure that close supervision and adequate direct interchange between participants and instructors will take place. Space for each hands-on course is limited and made available on a first-come, first-served basis. Many of the hands-on courses are being offered multiple times to offer more attendees the opportunity to participate.

WHEN & WHERE Wednesday-Saturday, January 25-28, 2017 at the luxury Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World® Resort (10100 Dream Tree Blvd, Lake Buena Vista, FL 32836). A special rate of $379 (plus taxes and fees) has been arranged with the Four Seasons and made available on a first-come, first-served basis. Be sure to reference Seattle Study Club® at the time of booking to receive the reduced rate. Please understand that in exchange for this exclusive room rate, a non-refundable deposit equal to four nights’ room rental (plus taxes and fees) will be charged at the time of your booking. To make your reservation, call 407.313.7777. You are responsible for your own room and other charges at the hotel. Please be sure you understand the hotel’s written policy regarding reservation changes and consider travel insurance if snow or bad weather may affect your travel plans.

PHOTO RELEASE Please note, by submitting your registration, you grant Seattle Study Club, Inc., permission to use your likeness in photographs or videos in any and all publications and materials without payment or consideration made to you.

SUBSTITUTIONS This brochure represents the speakers and activities booked at the time of publication; however, speaker or activity cancellations occasionally occur for reasons beyond our control. In the event of such an occurrence, speaker or activity substitutions may be made without prior notice.


DISCLOSURE OF COMMERCIAL SUPPORT The Symposium is funded in part by tuition and in part by unrestricted sponsorship funds from Nobel Biocare, 3M Oral Care, Aurum Ceramic Dental Laboratories Co., CareCredit, Benco Dental, Brasseler USA, Big Buzz, Accelerated Practice Concepts, Inc., DSN Software, Millennium Dental Technologies, Inc., Cain, Watters & Associates, P.L.L.C., Harris Biomedical, FranklinCovey, Heartland Payment Systems, WEO Media, Peter Kertz Productions and Piezosurgery Incorporated. As a result, The Seattle Study Club, Inc., The Seattle Study Club Journal, Inc., and/or
Dr. Michael Cohen and Suzanne Cohen receive a direct or indirect financial benefit from the listed companies. Some speakers have current or past commercial affiliations (such as receiving research grants, speaking engagements, travel reimbursements, honoraria, etc.) with the companies shown below. Dr. Josh Austin receives honoraria from Weave. Mr. Kirk Behrendt is the owner of Act Dental. Mr. Sameer Bhasin is an employee of CareCredit. Dr. Markus B. Blatz receives grant/research support from 3M Oral Care, Ivoclar Vivadent, Shofu Dental, GC America, Tokuyama Dental America, Inc., Henry Schein Dental Products, Zirkonzahn Worldwide and Heraeus Kulzer, and honoraria from Nobel Biocare and Kuraray Noritake Dental, Inc. Dr. John Burgess receives grant/research support from 3M Oral Care, Dentsply Caulk, GC America, Pulpdent, Ivoclar Vivadent, DMG Dental Materials, Kuraray Noritake Dental, Inc., and Kerr. Dr. Christian Coachman is owner/part owner of Digital Smile Design. Mr. David Cohen is owner of Cohen Law Firm. Dr. Jerri Edwards receives grant/research support from National Endowments for the Arts and is also a consultant for National Institutes of Health. Dr. Paul Fugazzotto receives honoraria from Piezosurgery Incorporated. Mr. Tim Greaves is a partner at Cain, Watters & Associates, P.L.L.C. Mr. Steve LeFever is chairman and founder of Profit Mastery. Dr. Saj Jivraj is a key opinion leader for Nobel Biocare and a consultant for Synca in Canada. Dr. Sonia Leziy is vice president of clinical affairs for Seattle Study Club®.

Dr. Ariel Raigrodski receives grant/research support and honoraria from 3M Oral Care and Kuraray Noritake Dental, Inc. Dr. Sundeep Rawal is a key opinion leader for Nobel Biocare where he also receives honorarium for speaking. Dr. Anthony Sclar is a consultant for Nobel Biocare and Geistlich Pharma North America, Inc. Dr. Jon Suzuki receives honoraria from Millennium Dental Technologies, Inc. Dr. Doug Thompson is an employee of the Kois Center and owner of the Wellness Dentistry Network. Dr. Chandur Wadhwani receives grant/research support from Nobel Biocare. Ms. Michele Weiner-Davis is president of Michele Weiner-Davis Training Corp. Dr. Hooman Zarrinkelk is a consultant and receives honoraria from Nobel Biocare. Dr. Lisa Alvetro, Dr. Anthony Atala, Mr. David Avrin, Dr. Edmond Bedrossian, Dr. Marco Brindis, Dr. Marcelo Calamita, Dr. Gerard Chiche, Prof. Francine Edwards, Mr. Juan Enriquez, Ms. Jane Jenkins Herlong, Ms. Danyel Joyner, Dr. Parag Kachalia, Dr. Scott MacLean, Prof. Deepak Malhotra, Dr. Robert Margeas, Dr. Siegfried Marquardt, Dr. Jim McKee, Dr. Tal Morr, Dr. David Mugford, Dr. Mairead O’Reilly, Dr. Joseph Passaro, Dr. Colin Richman, Dr. Stephen Rimer, Dr. J. William Robbins, Dr. David Schwab, Dr. Paresh Shah, Dr. Lee Sheldon, Mr. Robert Siciliano, Mr. Bob Stutman, Hon. Jodi Debbrecht Switalski, Dr. Marcos Vargas, Mr. Nat Ware, Mr. Pat Williams and Dr. Woody Wooddell do not have commercial affiliations (such as receiving research grants, speaking engagements, travel reimbursements, honoraria, etc.).

UP TO 25 CREDITS AVAILABLE Approved PACE Program Provider FAGD/MAGD Credit Approval does not imply acceptance by a state or provincial board of dentistry or AGD endorsement 10/1/2015 to 9/30/2021 Provider ID# 300136

Seattle Study Club, Inc., is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry. Seattle Study Club, Inc., designates this activity for up to 25 continuing education credits. Concerns or complaints about a CE provider may be directed to the provider or to the Commission for Continuing Education Provider Recognition at ADA.org/CERP. 33


2017 SYMPOSIUM CLINICAL REGISTRATION Register online at seattlestudyclub.com. You may also complete this form and fax to 425.827.4292 or mail to: Seattle Study ClubÂŽ | 635 Market Street | Kirkland, WA 98033 By submitting a registration form, each registrant acknowledges and agrees to the terms of the cancellation and refund policy, the full text of which is shown in The Fine Print on page 32 of this brochure. The cancellation and refund policy applies regardless of the reason for cancellation, including but not limited to unforeseen personal or world events.

Name: [circle one]

GP

OS

Perio

Prosth

Ortho

Endo

Lab

Other:

CUSTOMIZE YOUR SCHEDULE Please make your breakout selections below.

WEDNESDAY (select one)

Study Club Name: Are you an advisor for your study club? [circle one]:

Yes

No

Your Office Address:

o

Dr. John Burgess followed by Dr. Jim McKee

o

Mr. Sameer Bhasin

THURSDAY BREAKOUT 1 (select one)

City: State/Province: Postal Code:

o

Dr. Chandur Wadhwani followed by Dr. Siegfried Marquardt

o

Hands-on with Dr. Paul Fugazzotto

o

Hands-on with Dr. Jon Suzuki

THURSDAY BREAKOUT 2 (select one)

Country: Office Phone: Fax: Cell Phone:

o

Mr. David Cohen followed by Mr. Tim Greaves

o

Mr. Robert Siciliano

o

Hands-on with Dr. Saj Jivraj and Dr. Hooman Zarrinkelk

o

Hands-on with Dr. Paresh Shah

FRIDAY

Email: Special Dietary Requirements [please specify]:

Select two 1-hour sessions OR one 2-hour session o

Mr. David Avrin

o

Ms. Jane Jenkins Herlong

Your meal preference, should there be a plated meal [check one]:

o

Mr. Bob Stutman and Hon. Jodi Debbrecht Switalski

o

Dr. David Schwab

1 hour (select one)

o Beef o Chicken o Fish o Vegan o Vegetarian

1 hour (select one)

OR 2 hour (only choose if no selections above)

Your meal preference, should there be a second plated meal [check one]:

o

Prof. Deepak Malhotra

o Beef o Chicken o Fish o Vegan o Vegetarian

o

Hands-on with Dr. Marcelo Calamita

o

Hands-on with Dr. Scott MacLean and Dr. Sundeep Rawal

Shirt Size [circle one]: S

M

L

XL

XXL

SATURDAY (select one)

Female: S

M

L

XL

XXL

o

Dr. Tal Morr followed by Dr. Ariel Raigrodski

o

Hands-on with Dr. Anthony Sclar

Male:

I am staying at: o Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World o Other:

o

$3495, on or before October 25, 2016

o

$3695, after October 25, 2016

IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE The following courses are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Space is limited. Based on your registration date, we will do our best to place you in one of your top two selections. Please make your selections in order of preference (1 being most preferred). N/A (prefer to remain in breakout selections above)

Total Payment Enclosed:

Hands-on with Dr. Marcos Vargas (Wednesday)

Amex/Disc/MC/Visa: Exp:

CVS#:

Or Check #:

Name on Card:

Hands-on with Dr. Ariel Raigrodski (Thursday Breakout 2)

Billing Address: City:

State/Province:

Postal Code:

Country:

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Hands-on with Dr. Robert Margeas (Thursday Breakouts 1 & 2)

Hands-on with Dr. Gerard Chiche (Friday & Saturday)


2017 SYMPOSIUM NON-CLINICAL REGISTRATION Register online at seattlestudyclub.com. You may also complete this form and fax to 425.827.4292 or mail to: Seattle Study ClubÂŽ | 635 Market Street | Kirkland, WA 98033 By submitting a registration form, each registrant acknowledges and agrees to the terms of the cancellation and refund policy, the full text of which is shown in The Fine Print on page 32 of this brochure. The cancellation and refund policy applies regardless of the reason for cancellation, including but not limited to unforeseen personal or world events.

Name: [circle one]

Coordinator

Guest

Partner/Spouse

BREAKOUT SELECTION FRIDAY

Staff:

Select two 1-hour sessions OR the 2-hour session

Other:

1 hour (select one)

Home Address: City:

1 hour (select one)

o

Mr. David Avrin

o

Ms. Jane Jenkins Herlong

o

Mr. Bob Stutman and Hon. Jodi Debbrecht Switalski

o

Dr. David Schwab

State/Province:

OR 2 hour (only select if no selections above)

Postal Code:

o

Country:

Prof. Deepak Malhotra

Cell Phone: Personal Email:

Special Dietary Requirements [please specify]:

Your meal preference, should there be a plated meal [check one]: o Beef o Chicken o Fish o Vegan o Vegetarian Your meal preference, should there be a second plated meal [check one]: o Beef o Chicken o Fish o Vegan o Vegetarian

Shirt Size [circle one]: Male:

S

M

L

XL

XXL

Female: S

M

L

XL

XXL

I am staying at: o Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World o Other:

o

$2695, on or before October 25, 2016

o

$2895, after October 25, 2016

Total Payment Enclosed: Amex/Disc/MC/Visa: Exp:

CVS#:

Or Check #:

Name on Card: Billing Address: City:

State/Province:

Postal Code:

Country: 35


MEALS & ENTERTAINMENT REGISTRATION Register online at seattlestudyclub.com. You may also complete this form and fax to 425.827.4292 or mail to: Seattle Study ClubÂŽ | 635 Market Street | Kirkland, WA 98033 By submitting a registration form, each registrant acknowledges and agrees to the terms of the cancellation and refund policy, the full text of which is shown in The Fine Print on page 32 of this brochure. The cancellation and refund policy applies regardless of the reason for cancellation, including but not limited to unforeseen personal or world events.

Name: [circle one]

Coordinator

Guest

Partner/Spouse

Staff: Other: Home Address:

MEALS & ENTERTAINMENT TUITION o

$2195, on or before October 25, 2016

o

$2395, after October 25, 2016

KIDS TUITION

City: State/Province: Postal Code:

o $1595, 16-18

Country:

Name:

Age:

[circle one] Male Female

Cell Phone:

Meal preference [check one]:

Personal Email:

o Beef o Chicken o Fish o Vegan o Vegetarian Second meal preference [check one]: o Beef o Chicken o Fish o Vegan o Vegetarian

Special Dietary Requirements [please specify]:

Your meal preference, should there be a plated meal [check one]: o Beef o Chicken o Fish o Vegan o Vegetarian

o $1295, 11-15

Age:

[circle one] Male Female

Name: Meal preference [check one]:

Your meal preference, should there be a second plated meal [check one]:

o Beef o Chicken o Fish o Vegan o Vegetarian

o Beef o Chicken o Fish o Vegan o Vegetarian

Second meal preference [check one]: o Beef o Chicken o Fish o Vegan o Vegetarian

Shirt Size [circle one]: Male:

S

M

L

XL

XXL

Female: S

M

L

XL

XXL

o $495, 6-10

Age:

[circle one] Male Female

Name: Meal preference [check one]:

I am staying at: o Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World

o Chicken Strips o Hamburger o Pasta

o Other:

Second meal preference [check one]: o Chicken Strips o Hamburger o Pasta Total Payment Enclosed: o Free, 0-5

Amex/Disc/MC/Visa: Exp:

CVS#:

Or Check #:

Age:

[circle one] Male Female

Name:

Name on Card:

Meal preference [check one]:

Billing Address:

o Chicken Strips o Hamburger o Pasta

City:

State/Province:

Second meal preference [check one]:

Postal Code:

Country:

o Chicken Strips o Hamburger o Pasta

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