Issuu on Google+

School of Dentistry Continuing Dental Education

2012 Course Catalog To see complete course descriptions, locations of upcoming courses, to register and to pay, go to:

www.dental.uab.edu Set up your personal account today and receive your confirmation letters, updates, and completion certificates via email. Also, have 24/7 access to your CE history! Print your CE slips when you need them, view your registration history, and update your profile. Join our email list to receive up-to-the minute course information! Just scan our QR code or text DENTALCE to 22828.


UAB School of Dentistry

Continuing Dental Education Program Policy of Non-Discrimination UAB Dentistry administers its educational programs and activities, including admission, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, handicap, or Vietnam era or disabled veteran status. (Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 specifically prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex.) Direct inquiries to the UAB Affirmative Action Officer, UAB Station, Birmingham, AL 35294.

Credit: All participants are provided an official certificate of attendance after the course. This document is acceptable by the Alabama Board of Dental Examiners as proof of attendance to the course. Continuing Education credits awarded for participation in the CE activity may not apply toward license renewal in all states. It is the responsibility of each participant to verify the requirements of his/her state licensure board(s).

Disclaimer Dental education institutions have an obligation to disseminate new knowledge related to the practice of dentistry. In so doing, some presentations may include controversial materials or commercial references. Sponsorship of a CE course by the UAB School of Dentistry does not necessarily imply endorsement of a particular philosophy, procedure or product by UAB SOD.

The University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Dentistry is designated as a recognized provider by the Continuing Education Recognition Program (CERP) conducted under the auspices of the American Dental Association.

The formal continuing education programs of the UAB School of Dentistry are accepted by the AGD for Fellowship/Mastership credit. The current term of acceptance extends from 11/01/2010 through 12/31/2013.

Location of Courses The School of Dentistry is located at 1919 Seventh Avenue South. Parking is available in Deck #3 on University Boulevard. The main doors to the Dental School are locked during the weekends and evenings after working hours. CDE course participants should go to the front of the Dental School where someone will be posted at the door at least 30 minutes before and after the start of the weekend programs. A map is available upon request. Confirmation Letter will be emailed upon registration.

Dr. Michael Reddy, Interim Dean School of Dentistry Continuing Education Advisory Committee: Dr. John Burgess Dr. Yung-Tsung Hsu Dr. Merrie Ramp Dr. Michelle Robinson Dr. Phillip Vassilopoulos Ms. Shelia Akers Dr. Steven Filler, Ex-Officio

Please check individual course descriptions for locations. Handouts, Breaks and Meals The price of your course includes handout materials and coffee breaks, unless otherwise noted. If you have special dietary needs, please call 205.934.3753 at least five business days before the start of the course to inform us of your dietary requirements.

Continuing Dental Education Program: Ms. Ann Marie Karaki, Director 205-996-6494 amkaraki@uab.edu Ashley Knight, Coordinator 205-934-3753 alknight@uab.edu

The photograph on the front cover is courtesy of ŠKurhan | Dreamstime.com.

2


Dr. Steven J. Filler is an associate dean and professor in the Department of General Dental Sciences at the UAB School of Dentistry. He is a former president of the American Association of Hospital of Dentists (AAHD) and is also an AAHD Fellow. Dr. Filler is an experienced speaker on topics related to treatment of the medically compromised patient and has real world experience with antibiotic pre-medication patients. His lectures are known for their practicality and humor.

Infectious Diseases Friday, April 20 - 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. - UAB Friday, May 18 - 10a.m. to Noon - UAB Friday, June 8 - 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. - UAB Friday, August 3 - 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. - UAB Monday, August 20 - 6pm - 8pm - Montgomery - Huntingdon College Friday, September 14 - 9am - 11am - Mobile - USA Campus Monday, September 17 - 6pm - 8pm - Auburn Campus Friday, September 21 - 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. - UAB Friday, October 12 - 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. - UAB Friday, November 2 - 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. - UAB Course Description: This course will provide reviews of selected infectious diseases of importance to the entire dental team. Don’t let the topic scare you away. They’re presented almost painlessly and with a touch of humor. You’ll learn a lot and have a bit of fun along the way. Satisfies Alabama State Dental Board requirements for Infectious Diseases/OSHA. Tuition: $65 CE Hours: 2 Location: UAB School of Dentistry, Rm 222 or location as stated Attend CPR & Infectious Diseases together and pay only $110 for both.

CPR ~ Basic Life Support Friday, April 20 – 1pm to 3pm Friday, June 8 – 1pm to 3pm Friday, Aug 3 – 1pm to 3pm Friday, Sept 21 – 1pm to 3pm Friday, Sept 28 - 1pm to 3pm Saturday, Sept 29 - 10am to Noon Friday, Oct 12 – 1pm to 3pm Friday, Nov 2 – 1pm to 3pm

Course Instructor: Rodger Dockery Tuition: $55 CE Hours: 2 Location: UAB School of Dentistry, Rm 601

Course Description: The BLS Healthcare Provider Course teaches CPR skills for helping victims of all ages. This course meets the updated requirements for licensure and is intended for participants who provide health care to patients in a wide variety of settings. For certified or non-certified, licensed or non-licensed healthcare professionals.


Prosthodontics at the Leading Edge! A special continuing dental education course designed to celebrate National Prosthodontics Awareness Week.

Friday, April 27, 2012 - 9am to 4pm Presenters:

Graduate Prosthodontics and Maxillofacial Prosthodontics Residents

Moderators:

Drs. Ruth Aponte-Wesson, Daniel Givan, Keith Kinderknecht, Perng-Ru Liu, Sandra J. O'Neal

Course Description: Come and see the amazing leading edge dentistry that UAB Graduate Prosthodontics and Maxillofacial Prosthodontics Programs provide every week! As part of the annual celebration of National Prosthodontics Awareness Week, this is a rare opportunity to share in the best of the best of the resident clinician presentations in both programs. Six complex prosthodontic patient studies including full mouth rehabilitations with fixed implant restorations and implant overdentures are a hallmark of this unique continuing dental education course. Evidence-based treatment is presented with significant educational support to the treatment options and alternative options. After each presentation, a moderated question and answer session will be held giving the opportunity to discuss each treatment. Educational Methods: PowerPoint presentation and discussion. Location: UAB School of Dentistry 1919 7th Ave., South Birmingham, Alabama CE Hours: 6 Tuition: $169 for dentist, $79 for staff - handouts and lunch will be provided.

Dental Care for Vulnerable Populations Attendance limited to 50 participants. Friday, September 7 - 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. We are offering a CE course at a discounted rate for training and education for the treatment and care of vulnerable populations, which include indigent care and special needs populations. Attendees will learn about the makeup of vulnerable populations and ways they can serve these populations in their community. Dr. John Thornton will focus the afternoon on the management of special needs patients, such as children and adults with cerebral palsy, developmental delays, genetic disorders, and other chronic health issues. This full day course will also include presentations by community organizations to discuss medical impact of unrelated dental disease and cultural context of dental health, resources, and information for providers related to community and special care dentistry. Clinician: Dr. John B. Thornton is Professor Emeritus at the UAB SOD Department of Pediatric Dentistry. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry

Tuition: $100 CE Hours: 6 Location: UAB School of Dentistry - Lunch on your own.


Dr. John O. Burgess is a graduate of Emory University School of Dentistry. He received his M.S. in Biomedical Sciences from the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston, Texas, completed a one year General Practice Residency and a two year General Dentistry Residency. Currently, Dr. Burgess is Professor and Assistant Dean for Clinical Research at UAB. Dr. Deniz Cakir-Ustun is a graduate of Ankara University Faculty of Dentistry, Ankara, Turkey. She received her M.S. in Clinical Dentistry (Dental Materials) from UAB in 2003. Currently, Dr. Cakir is an Assistant Professor at UAB.

Direct Restorations A Two-Day Lecture & Hands-On course Friday and Saturday, April 27-28, 2012 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM This two day course will provide a strong foundation for the practicing dentist as well as update their knowledge in current and successful materials. Day one will provide lectures in direct restorative materials and techniques while day two will move to a hands on format. The materials discussed will be used in simulated clinical situations to provide practitioners with a good understanding of which materials and techniques would be most useful in their practice. This clinically-oriented discussion compares traditional and newly developed dental restorative materials and compares their clinical success. The course is designed to improve your practice of dentistry by demonstrating which material works, where they are successful, and will show predictable techniques to handle many of your everyday clinical problems. It may not solve your staffing problems or provide instant financial success, but it will provide an evidence-based approach to controversies surrounding clinical dentistry and supply answers to many of your questions. If you would like to understand why dental materials work rather than hear, “It works for me,� then this is the course for you. You will see the results of clinical trials and laboratory studies which will be presented and discussed. The presentation is designed as clinical updates. Clinical success with different composites- bulk placement is successful, Universal adhesives bond to dentin, enamel, metal, ceramic- all with one bottle, vital pulp therapy. Use and compare different curing lights- fast curing is for you! Calcium silicate materials work, glass ionomers and different restorative techniques will be demonstrated and used in this two-day course. Effectively treat high-risk caries patients with new materials in a step by step procedure. This fast paced course will improve your dental practice, your selection of dental materials, and is designed to provide information you can use the next day in your office. This course may be attended as lecture-only on Friday or you may choose to attend the full two-day program and benefit from the extensive hands-on activities. Tuition: Friday - lecture only: Dentist $250 Aux: 100 Two-Day Course - Dentist $499 CE Hours: 6hrs for Friday or 12hrs for both days Location: UAB School of Dentistry - Birmingham 5


2012 UAB Delta Dental Dentistry Update Dr. John Coke graduated in 1973 with a DDS from Loyola University School of Dentistry in Chicago. Immediately following, he completed a one-year General Practice Residency at Portsmouth Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, VA. After two years as a Naval Dental Officer in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, he completed a two-year certificate program in Oral Medicine and Oral Diagnosis from the University of Illinois - Chicago. Currently, Dr. Coke is program director for both the AEGD and GPR postgraduate programs at the UAB School of Dentistry. He is board certified by The American Board of Oral Medicine, a Diplomate of the American Board of Special Care Dentistry and a Fellow of the American Association of Hospital Dentists.

Practical Pharmacology for Dentistry Friday, May 4, 2012 9am to Noon (3 CE Hours) Wynfrey Hotel, Birmingham, AL Dr. John M. Coke will discuss the practical side of commonly prescribed medications in dentistry. He will thoroughly review the following: 1. Review of Antibiotics - Has the prescription philosophy of antibiotics for dental infection changed? What about the patient allergic to multiple antibiotics? Are we really running out of antibiotics? 2. Update in Antibiotic Premedication - Is it the same old story about antibiotic premedication? Are there changes in the wind? What should you do when asked for an Rx? 3. Review of Analgesics - The Baby Boomers will dictate a change in Rx practices. What is best for the elderly? 4. Anticoagulants - You need to be aware. Do we really need to change their medications for routine dentistry? What is the newest and hottest anticoagulant on the market? Join us on May 4 for our 2012 UAB Dentistry Update at the Wynfrey Hotel in Birmingham, AL. Choose from four 3-hour courses to receive 6 hours of credit. Delta Dental Participating Dentists attend all day for $99. Auxiliary attending with Delta Dental Dentist attend for $69 all day. Tuition: Auxiliary $69 per half day or $99 per full day Dentist $99 per half day or $199 per full day Delta Dental Auxiliary $69 full day. Delta Dental Dentist $99 full day. After April 25: Auxiliary $89 per half day or $119 per full day Dentist $119 per half day or $219 per full day Parking is free outside the mall. Morning coffee and afternoon refreshments will be provided. 6


2012 UAB Delta Dental Dentistry Update Dr. Wendy AuClair Clark holds a faculty position at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She has lectured for dentists, dental students, and dental school applicants about various prosthodontic subjects. As someone who truly believes in the value of mentorship and education, Dr. AuClair looks forward someday to a “second career� as a full time educator. Dr. AuClair Clark has also lectured extensively on tobacco cessation. She spearheaded a program with one of her mentors and colleagues at Marquette University to incorporate tobacco cessation into the school. She has provided both group and individual tobacco cessation counseling for several years.

THE ROLE OF THE DENTAL PRACTITIONER IN TOBACCO CESSATION AND ORAL CANCER PREVENTION Friday, May 4, 2012 9am to Noon (3 CE Hours) Wynfrey Hotel, Birmingham, AL Tobacco use can cause a number of systemic conditions, and its usage is the leading cause of preventable deaths in the United States. Many of the effects of cigarettes and smokeless tobacco use are first visible in the oral cavity. Additionally, tobacco use is the leading cause of oral cancer. The dental team is in a unique position to help by motivating patients to effectively quit tobacco usage and by diagnosing oral cancer early on, when the prognosis is less grim. This course includes in-depth information on the oral and systemic effects of tobacco use, the role of the dental practitioner in tobacco-use cessation, the relationship between tobacco use and oral cancer, and other risk factors for oral cancer. The course will update the practitioner on the diagnostic adjuncts that are available, and help to answer patients' questions about oral cancer. Current guidelines for dental practitioners regarding tobacco cessation and oral cancer screening will be reviewed, as well as how to immediately implement them into your practice. Upon completion of this course, attendees will be able to: -

Know the impact of tobacco use on oral and systemic health Select appropriate medications for the cessation of tobacco use Effectively and efficiently provide tobacco cessation to their patients Identify patients who are at high-risk for oral cancer Provide oral cancer screening examinations in their practice

These May 4th courses are made possible in part through a generous educational grant from Delta Dental Insurance Company: (pages 6-9) Practical Pharmacology - Dr. John Coke Oral Cancer Prevention - Dr. Wendy AuClair Clark Practical Caries Management - Dr. David Stillwell OSHA - Ms. Nancy Tomlin Attend any two to receive 6hrs of CE credit. 7


2012 UAB Delta Dental Dentistry Update Dr. K. David Stillwell currently serves as Assistant Director, UAB Hospital General Dentistry Residency Program and as Associate Professor in UAB's Department of General Dental Sciences. He earned his dental degree from Louisiana State University School of Dentistry in 1983 and completed a General Practice Residency at the University Of Colorado School Of Dentistry in 1984. Dr. Stillwell maintained a private practice from 1984 to 2003, focusing on hospital dentistry, implantology and family care. Prior teaching experience includes appointments at the University Of Colorado School Of Dentistry, the Department of General Surgery at the University Of Missouri School Of Medicine, and as Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Dentistry. More recently, his position was Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Florida College of Dentistry, Division of Restorative Dentistry, where he was Director of Patient Admissions and Treatment Planning.

A Practical Caries Management Strategy for the 'Real World' Dental Practice Friday, May 4, 2012 1pm to 4pm (3 CE Hours) Wynfrey Hotel, Birmingham, AL Are you and your staff exasperated with recall patients returning with new cavities? What is happening with the nationwide pattern of rampant decay? Plan to attend this 3-hour course for some solid answers and a thorough update. Attendees will be briefed on the history, trends and physical manifestations of dental caries. A simple risk assessment tool will be taught to allow for easy medicolegal documentation and improved patient communications. Our fivepoint behavior modification system will be outlined, which includes a specific list of pharmacologic agents and interventions to tackle biofilm modification, remineralization, xerostomia, and therapeutic monitoring. Each participant will receive a copy of our Caries Management Program, a manual which contains flowcharts and educational materials that will insure staff-wide understanding and improved patient compliance. Included in the manual are guidelines for appropriate billing and insurance coding. Your practice can be properly compensated for time and expertise provided, and enhanced success and gratification can be found by implementing sound CAMBRA strategies into your daily operations. You will gain new information that can be taken back to the office for easy implementation, allowing you to seamlessly shift your practice's mindset and mission from repetitive, frustrating surgical interventions to patient-centered, manageable preventive strategies.

8


2012 UAB Delta Dental Dentistry Update Nancy Tomlin, BS, RDH, was the Quality Assurance Officer at the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Dentistry where she also served as the infection control coordinator. UAB is where she earned her BS in Dental Hygiene. Ms. Tomlin worked in private practice and was the Adult and Professional Coordinator for the Dental Bureau at the Jefferson County Department of Health where she provided numerous OSHA and Infection Control presentations to the dental community, locally and statewide.

DON'T GET CAUGHT ON THE WRONG SIDE OF OSHA (and other regulations) Friday, May 4, 2012 1pm to 4pm (3 CE Hours) Wynfrey Hotel, Birmingham, AL This course outlines OSHA requirements for the Dental Office pertaining to employee protection, recordkeeping, and practical applications will be given. American Dental Association, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and Alabama Department for Environmental Management recommendations will also be discussed. Educational Objectives: 1. Define OSHA regulations that affect the dental office. 2. Define ADA and CDCP guidelines for infection control.

Glacier Cruise to Alaska Aboard the Norwegian Pearl July 29 – August 5, 2012 Join us as we set sail from Seattle on our way north to Alaska! Take in the beautiful scenery as we cruise through the Inside Passage. Bike to the Mendenhall Glacier or soar in a Flightseeing tour as we explore Juneau. Hop aboard the famous White Pass Railway in Skagway as it heads into the mountains. Have some rip-roaring fun at the Saxman Native Village and Lumberjack Show. Spot some whales or visit the amazing Butchart Gardens in Victoria. Whatever you choose, you will have an unforgettable trip! Cruise Prices Starting At: For More Information, contact Jodi Murphy at Inside…………………….…….$ 1,299 Cruise and Travel Partners, 800-856-8826. Balcony…………………….....$2,199 Mini Suite……………….…..$2,379 Visit www.cruiseandtravelpartners.com 3rd & 4th Passengers….…$ 799* Children under 2………….$ 429* Multiple speakers and lecture topics. See website Rates are per person based on for full course description. double occupancy and subject to availability. Port charges, taxes and gratuities included. *Must be in same stateroom with 2 full paying passengers

9


Dr. Stephen C. Mitchell graduated from the UAB School of Dentistry in 1995. He then completed a one-year residency in Advanced General Dentistry before he began a four-year dual-training program in Pediatric Dentistry and Caries Research. In June of 2000, Dr. Mitchell received his certificate in Pediatric Dentistry, and in June 2001, he received a Master of Science degree in Oral Biology for his research in early childhood caries. Dr. Mitchell is a diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry, currently serves as an Associate Professor in the UAB SOD and is the Director of Predoctoral Pediatric Dentistry.

Incorporating Infant Oral Health into a General Practice Birmingham, AL Friday, May 11, 2012 9am to 12pm Course Description: The ADA and the AAPD both recommend that children have an established dental home by their first birthday. The course will present practical tools and methods for successfully (and painlessly) incorporating infant oral health care into a general dental practice. Topics will include current recommendation about home and in office fluoride use, digit and pacifier habits, hygiene practices and diet. Intra-oral anomalies, disease patterns and normal structures will be reviewed and methods for examination of the infant’s mouth will also be demonstrated. A sample history and examination form for use in office will also be distributed. Educational Objective: Participants will be able identify methods for incorporating infant oral health care into a general dental practice. Tuition: Auxiliary: $65 / Dentist: $100 CE Credits: 3 hrs Location: UAB School of Dentistry Attend both May 11th courses and save! Register for both courses by May 1st and Dentist attends for $175. Auxiliary attend for $100. Use code Dentist or Staff to receive the dicsount online. Only have time to attend one? Register by May 1st and save $10 on either May

Photo of child is courtesy of Š Lajos Repasi | Dreamstime.com.

10


Dr. John Ruby is a Professor in the Department of Pediatric Dentistry and Director of the University Sterilization Assurance. He received a BS from Allegheny College and DMD degree from the University of Pennsylvania, Diploma in Pediatric Dentistry from the University of Toronto, and MS and PhD in Microbiology from West Virginia University. He was in private practice for over 17 years in Uniontown, PA, Toronto, Ontario, Morgantown, WV and Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. He is a recipient of a NIH PhysicianScientist Award and a NIH Postdoctoral Fellowship in caries research where he genotyped the Actintomyces. Currently he is involved in clinical teaching, lecturing and research along with being the Coursemaster for Cariology.

Primary Pulp Therapy in the 21st Century The Changes that Could Change Everything... Birmingham, AL Friday, May 11, 2012 1pm to 4pm Presenters: Dr. John Ruby and Dr. Stephen C. Mitchell Course Description: Formocresol vital pulpotomies have served children's dentistry well over the last 100 years. New materials and procedures have oft attempted to "de-throne" formocresol as the medicament of choice when performing this procedure, but few have demonstrated its consistent success. However, exciting new data emerging from the University of Iowa and UAB are independently demonstrating that sodium hypochlorite may be an excellent alternative. When the pulp is non-vital, pulpectomies are indicated, but can be challenging to perform. Success or failure of either procedure often hinges on proper diagnosis. This course offers insight into diagnosis of primary pulp health, triaging which pulp therapy is indicated, and the latest in pulp treatment techniques that can be used in the primary dentition. From indirect pulp caps to NaOCl pulpotomies to Vitapex pulpectomies, this course will present the "how" and the "why" behind the changes in primary pulp therapy available to the 21st century children's dentist. Tuition: Auxiliary: $65 / Dentist: $100 CE Credits: 3 hrs Location: UAB School of Dentistry

Photo of child is courtesy of Š Anette Romanendo | Dreamstime.com.

11


Dr. Dan Givan is a Diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontics and maintains an active clinical practice at the UAB School of Dentistry. He received his dental degree from the University of Mississippi in 1992. He completed the General Practice Residency program in 1993, a residency in prosthodontics in 1998, and a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Dr. Givan currently serves as the Assistant Director of the Graduate Prosthodontics Residency Program at the UAB School of Dentistry. For the last decade, he has taught the Occlusion curriculum which includes courses on temporomandibular disorders.

CONFUSION ABOUT OCCLUSION! Friday, May 18 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Clinicians:

Daniel A. Givan, DMD, PhD Keith E. Kinderknecht, DMD

Course Description: Clinical problems associated with dental occlusion

can be frustrating for both the dentist and the patient. Yet, nearly all restorative procedures, from simple to complex, involve some kind of change to the patient's occlusal condition. In this course, the participant is introduced to simplified diagnostic procedures which are both practical and evidence-based. Successful plans of sequenced treatment are presented and outcomes discussed. Educational Objectives: Upon completion of this course participants will be familiar with: A structured exam and diagnostic procedures to develop a principlecentered plan of treatment Answering the question of "What is ideal and who really has it?" Signs and symptoms of oral function and dysfunction Guidelines for occlusal therapy focusing on why treatment choices should be based upon and follow proper diagnosis The use of splints in treatment of occlusal problems

v v v v v

Tuition: Dentist: $200 Auxiliary: $100 After May 1: Dentist: $225 Auxiliary: $125 CE Hours: 6 Location: UAB School of Dentistry

12


Dr. Keith Kinderknecht is a Professor at UAB School of Dentistry and Director of Occlusion in the Department of Prosthodontics. He received his D.M.D. with distinction from the University of Kentucky in 1971 and a certificate in prosthodontics with distinction in 1990 from the National Naval Dental Center, Bethesda, MD. Dr. Kinderknecht has been working in the area of dental occlusion and articulation, mandibular movement, and TMD for more than 35 years. He has extensive clinical experience in private practice, military service, with over 25 years in full-time academic service at numerous universities.

HELP - I HAVE TMJ! Friday, June 1, 2012 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Clinicians: Keith E. Kinderknecht, DMD Daniel A. Givan, DMD, PhD Course Description: Are you unsure how to approach patients who have "TMD"? This course is an introduction to Temporomandibular Joint Disorders designed for the practitioner with limited experience in evaluating and working with TMD patients. It is intended to establish a clear and logical foundation plus a literature and evidence based approach to the TMD patient based upon diagnosis of specific disorders. You are already seeing patients in your practice with disorders affecting the TMs and the muscles of mastication. Do you know who they are? What role should you play in managing these patients? Do you know how these disorders will affect, alter, or modify other needed dental treatment? What "tools" do you have to help you identify, manage, and sort-out these patients. This foundation course will answer these questions and position you for further study and understanding of these common disorders that affect so many of our patients. Educational Objectives: Upon completion of this course participants will be familiar with: Why using the terms "TMJ" and "TMD" is not useful in making treatment decisions. The true meaning of TMD and its relation to Orofacial Pain The dynamic multi-factorial causes of and complexity TMD Why treatment choices should be based upon and follow proper diagnosis The role of the general dentist in managing TMD Resources for Screening all patients for TMD Resources for describing and defining specific disorders known as TMD

v v v v v v v

Tuition: Dentist $200 Auxiliary $100 After May 18: Dentist $225 Auxiliary $125 CE Hours: 6 Location: UAB School of Dentistry 13


Dr. Peter Waite is Professor and Chairman, Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Alabama School of Dentistry and Associate Professor in the School of Medicine, Department of Surgery. He received his DDS from the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry in 1979 and his MD from the University of Alabama School of Medicine in 1983. He completed his residency in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Alabama School of Dentistry. Dr. Waite is a Diplomate to both the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery.

Botox and Dermal Fillers for the Cosmetic Dentist A Two-Day Limited Attendance Course

Friday - 1pm to 5pm through Saturday - 8am to 5pm

Friday, June 8 - Saturday, June 9 or Friday, September 7 - Saturday, September 8 This course is designed for the cosmetic dentist. Safe, secure neurotoxin and dermal filler techniques will be presented in a lecture format. Clinical demonstrations will be performed in the anatomy lab. Facial fillers (collagen) will be presented for correction of minor peri-oral rhytids, lip augmentation and prominent naso-labial angles. Radiesse and Restylane-type products will be demonstrated. Botox injections for the glabella frown lines will be discussed and demonstrated. Botox techniques will be discussed for crow’s feet, vertical maxillary excess, frontalis horizontal wrinkles, and myofacial pain. Day 1 will be didactic lectures, with case review, interactive learning, and question-based discussion. Day 2 will involve an anatomical lab course with demonstration and analysis of filler placement. Review of facial anatomy will be included. After the student demonstrates understanding of course techniques, they will observe a live patient demonstration. Those who wish to inject a patient under direct supervision will be required to provide their own patient. Requirements: Licensed dentist with a minimum of 5 yrs of clinical experience. Objectives: 1. Teach and train safe minimally invasive cosmetic surgery that can be performed by a licensed dentist. 2. Demonstrate safe and simple Botox injections and dermal and subdermal facial fillers 3. Achieve clinical competence by proctoring procedures performed by the attendants. 4. Achieve clinical competence in glabella Botox, lip augmentation, and reduction of naso-labial furrows. Goals: 1. Lectureship module with examination. The student must successfully pass (80%) on the written exam to advance to the clinical training module 2. Students must review key articles and demonstrate critical comprehension of patient safety. 3. Students must understand and demonstrate clinical competence in cosmetic facial analysis, diagnosis, potential problems, technique, and peri-operative management. 4. Students must demonstrate technical competence on a live patient they provide or a fellow course participant. 5. Botox injections will be limited to the frontalis rhytids including the frontalis, procerous, and corrugator muscles. The lateral orbits will also be taught to the level of competence. Tuition: Dentist $2295 - Dentist with Patient $2595 CE Hours: 12hrs - participation Location: UAB School of Dentistry Refund requests must be made in writing 30 days prior to the course.


Dr. John Coke is Program Director for both the AEGD and GPR post-graduate programs at the UAB School of Dentistry.

Dr. K. David Stillwell currently serves as Assistant Director, UAB Hospital General Dentistry Residency Program and as Associate Professor in UAB's Department of General Dental Sciences.

THE MEDICALLY COMPLEX PATIENT IN YOUR PRACTICE Part 1 - Friday, July 27 - 8am to Noon Part 2 - Friday, August 10 - 8am to Noon Course Directors: John M. Coke, DDS, FAHD, DABOM K. David Stilwell, DDS, MAGD, FAHD These two half-day seminars will provide you with the basics on the dental management of your medically complex patients. Discussion will focus on: (1) which patients need special modifications; (2) what questions to ask when consulting with the medical office; (3) can I order lab tests; and (4) when do I NOT treat. These presentations will be focused on practical management in the busy dental practice.

Part 1 - July 27, 2012: The following will be discussed: 1. Thyroid Disease: What are signs and symptoms? Hyper versus hypo and dental modifications. 2. Cardiac arrhythmias: How common are they and which ones are deadly? What medications will these patients be taking? 3. Endocarditis: What's the difference between bacterial, viral and fungal? What are the latest medical directives for medical care? What are the latest directives for dental care? Part 2 - August 10, 2012: The following will be discussed: 1. The stroke patient: What are the different kinds of strokes? When can I treat these patients safely? 2. Bleeding disorders: What are the most common bleeding disorders in the US? Which bleeding disorder should I be most concerned about? What lab tests can I order? 3. Immunologic diseases and HIV: Which immunologic disease do I need to be concerned about? What laboratory tests should I know about in treating the HIV patient? Tuition per course: After July 6:

Dentist $120 Dentist $140

Auxiliary $79 Auxiliary $99

Register to attend both courses and save $20 on your tuition. CE Hours: 4 hrs each

Location: UAB School of Dentistry 15


Dr. Paul Eleazer earned a DDS degree from the University of North Carolina in 1970. He then earned a certificate in Endodontics and a Master in Oral Biology at Temple University in Philadelphia. Dr. Eleazer practiced endodontics in Albany, Georgia for 21 years. He came to UAB in 2000 and is currently a Professor and Chair of the Endodontics Department.

A TRIAD FOR SUCCESSFUL ENDODONTICS Friday, July 27 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Course Description: Successful endodontic treatment revolves around three important factors: 1)anesthetic techniques, 2) canal debridement, and 3)obturation. This course will share the latest evidence and clinical tips gained from over 30 years in academics and clinical practice. Throughout the presentation, you will gain insight on how to achieve better anesthesia, debride canals more efficiently and thoroughly, and obturate canals safely and more easily. This continuing dental education course is designed for general dentists but is also open to specialists and interested dental team members. Educational Objectives: Participants will know the following after the course:

1. How to select the proper anesthetic to improve your success with local anesthesia. 2. Which anesthetic devices and alternative adjuncts make for happier patients. 3. How to sort through the advertising hype when selecting new canal instruments. 4. Why most dental schools teach lateral condensation. 5. How to make the lateral condensation method smooth and easy for your practice. 6. Which root canal sealer is best. Tuition: Dentists $100 Auxiliary $65 After July 13: Dentists $120 Auxiliary $85 CE Hours: 3 Location: UAB School of Dentistry

16


Dr. Dan Givan currently serves as the Assistant Director of the Graduate Prosthodontics Residency Program at the UAB School of Dentistry. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontics and maintains an active clinical practice at the UAB School of Dentistry.

Dr. Keith Kinderknecht is a Professor at UAB School of Dentistry and Director of Occlusion in the Department of Prosthodontics. Dr. Kinderknecht has been working in the area of dental occlusion and articulation, mandibular movement, and TMD for more than 35 years.

Get the Picture Digital Dental Photography Friday, July 27 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Clinicians:

Daniel A. Givan, DMD, PhD Keith E. Kinderknecht, DMD

Course Description: Making good intra-oral pictures can be challenging. In this course, the participant will learn how digital cameras, especially SLR cameras, can be set for really great results. Patient positioning, lighting, and when & how to use retraction and mirrors will be presented and demonstrated. The participant will receive practical recommendations for use of a computer to process images. Educational Objectives: Upon completion of this course participants will be familiar with: * Understanding how to make your camera work for you rather than you work for your camera * A practical approach to settings for the modern digital SLR camera including the mysterious shutter speed, f-stop, and white balance. * Use of a standardized series of photos with proper patient positioning and tissue management * Practice making intraoral images in a small group session * Simple image processing on a computer Recommended Supplies: The participant is welcome to bring a personal digital camera, retractors, and mirrors (not required) for the intra-oral exercise Tuition: Dentist $200 Auxiliary $100 After July 13: Dentist $225 Auxiliary $125 CE Hours: 6 Location: UAB School of Dentistry 17


Dr. Patrick Louis, Coursemaster, is an Associate Professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, and Director of the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Residency Training Program. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and holds joint appointments in the Schools of Dentistry and Medicine. Dr. Louis is currently the Medical Emergency Officer for the School of Dentistry and serves as a consultant to the Alabama Board of Dental Examiners, performing office evaluations for conscious sedation and general anesthesia licensure. Dr. Pamela Sims is Professor of Pharmacokinetics at Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy (SUMSOP). Dr. Sims holds a faculty appointment in the UAB School of Dentistry Department of Pediatric Dentistry. She has authored more than 50 refereed articles and abstracts and has been the recipient of numerous grants. Dr. Sims has provided over 200 presentations including professional and continuing education programs to a variety of professions including accounting, dentistry, medicine, nursing, optometry and pharmacy.

A Review and Update in Minimal, Moderate and Deep Sedation Friday and Saturday, August 3-4, 2012 - 9am to 5pm This course is designed for dentists or physicians with previous training in minimal, moderate and/or deep sedation. The course will provide a review and update in the following areas: *Overview of ADA guidelines for Minimal/Moderate/Deep Sedation *Monitoring and training required for Minimal/Moderate/Deep Sedation *Documentation required during Minimal/Moderate/Deep Sedation *Pharmacology of medications used in Minimal /Moderate/Deep Sedation Sedative/hypnotics Opioids *Pharmacology of medications used adjunctively in Minimal /Moderate/Deep Sedation: Anti-emetics NSAIDs Corticosteroids Antibiotic prophylaxis *Mechanisms of Drug Interactions common during Minimal /Moderate/Deep Sedation *Risk assessment for Sedation *Medical conditions and their impact on techniques for Minimal /Moderate/Deep Sedation *Complications of Minimal /Moderate/Deep Sedation *Managing complications of Minimal /Moderate/Deep Sedation *Case studies of problem patients; an Open Forum. Participants will have an opportunity to discuss problems they have encountered with various techniques and patients so potential solutions can be presented. Educational Methods: Lecture/Case Studies/Discussion Educational Methods: Lecture Tuition: Dentist or Physician: $600 for both days or $395 for one day CE Hours: 16 hours (These hours do not apply toward certification in IV Sedation.) Location: UAB School of Dentistry


Dr. John O. Burgess is a graduate of Emory University School of Dentistry. He received his M.S. in Biomedical Sciences from the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston, Texas, completed a one year General Practice Residency and a two year General Dentistry Residency. Currently, Dr. Burgess is Professor and Assistant Dean for Clinical Research at UAB.

Dr. Deniz Cakir-Ustun is a graduate of Ankara University Faculty of Dentistry, Ankara, Turkey. She received her M.S. in Clinical Dentistry (Dental Materials) from UAB in 2003. Currently, Dr. Cakir is an Assistant Professor at UAB.

Indirect Restorations A Two-Day Hands-On Course Friday and Saturday, August 3-4 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM New dental materials are appearing daily, often with little or no independent testing to support their use. This course will allow you evaluate a variety of dental materials and techniques used for indirect restorations prior to purchasing drawers of them. How accurate is your crown and bridge impression material. Are digital impression machines ready for prime time- yes? How long does it take to make a temporary crown and how effective are they? Learn an efficient bonded post technique - the only one that is successful. Improve your clinical skills and materials selection with this participation course comparing materials you use everyday. Use and compare different curing lights, new high speed handpieces that act like an electric but have the weight of an air rotor, novel soft tissue retraction systems, place and use new core materials, try self adhesive cements bond an all ceramic crown step-by-step and see it being milled, learn effective porcelain repair techniques and bond full contour zirconia restorations. This will be an action packed rapid fire course, so come rested! Prepare and cement veneers, using a proven bonding system. Use of a particular material will be preceded by a short description of which materials are best based on independent testing conducted at UAB, why these materials are the best, and how to use them to maximize your success. This course will have an impact on the way you do dentistry and will certainly influence your next purchases. Teaching Methods: Lecture, PowerPoint presentation, handouts, hands-on lab Tuition: Friday - lecture only: Dentist $250 Aux: 100 Two-Day Course - Dentist $499 CE Hours: 6hrs for Friday or 12hrs for both days Location: UAB School of Dentistry - Birmingham 19


Infectious Diseases - Dr. Steve Filler Friday, August 3 - 10am to Noon This course will provide reviews of selected infectious diseases of importance to the entire dental team. Don’t let the topic scare you away. They’re presented almost painlessly and with a touch of humor. You’ll learn a lot and have a bit of fun along the way. Satisfies Alabama State Dental Board requirements for Infectious Diseases/OSHA. Tuition: $65 CE Hours: 2 Location: UAB School of Dentistry, Rm 222 or location as stated

Richard Weems, DMD, MS, DABFO, is an associate professor and director of Dental Radiology at UAB SOD. Dr. Weems is also a dental consultant to the Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences and the Jefferson County (Alabama) Coroner/Medical Examiner's Office. He has investigated over 200 cases involving criminal human bitemark analysis and victim identification through dental remains resulting from homicide and accidental death. He is also a member of the national mass disaster mortuary team, DMORT, and was deployed to the World Trade Center, as well as Hurricanes Katrina and Ike, to aid in victim identification. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Forensic Odontology. He was also recently elected as Section Chair of the Odontology Section of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences.

FORENSIC DENTISTRY AND MASS DISASTERS Friday, August 3 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Clinician: Richard A. Weems, DMD, MS, DABFO Course Description: Victim identification in cases of homicide or accidental death must often be accomplished through the analysis and comparison of antemortem and postmortem clinical and radiographic dental findings. In this course a variety of homicide investigations requiring victim identification through the comparison of dental records will be presented. Additionally, Dr. Weems’ work involving mass disasters such as the World Trade Center and Hurricane Katrina will be discussed. Educational Objectives: The participant will be made aware of the intricacies involved in the identification of victims through dental comparisons when very large numbers of casualties are involved.

Tuition: Dentist $120 Auxiliary $79 After July 20: Dentist $140 Auxiliary $99 CE Hours: 4 Location: UAB School of Dentistry, 1919 7th Ave.,. So., Birmingham, AL 20


Dr. Daniel Givan

is an associate professor of Prosthodontics at the UAB School of Dentistry and serves as the Assistant Director of the Graduate Prosthodontics Residency and the Director of the Graduate Prosthetic Implantology. He is actively involved in clinical prosthodontics and has lectured nationally and internationally with emphasis in occlusion and implantology. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontics and has earned a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering with emphasis in dental materials.

Implant-Supported CAD/CAM Restorations For Your Practice Friday, August 10 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Newer treatments in the era of "Digital Dentistry" utilize sophisticated and complex technologies that are often intimidating and seem impractical to the real-world practice of dentistry. However, you may be missing out on patient treatments that are both beneficial and rather fun to do. In this course, Dr. Givan will focus on when and how to use computer-aided design for implant restorations. It is much easier than you think! Educational Objectives: Two applications will be presented: (a) design of implant abutments for optimal hard and soft tissue results, and (b) how to design and fabricate of hybrid dentures. *CAD/CAM technologies will be explained. *Treatment planning guidelines will be presented. *Step by step method will be shown on how to use CAD/CAM with examples for each type of restoration. Tuition: After July 23 CE Hours: 3

Dentist $100 Auxiliary $65 Dentist $120 Auxiliary $85 Location: UAB School of Dentistry - Birmingham, AL

Treatment Approaches for the Anterior Maxilla Friday, August 10 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Treatment of the anterior maxilla can be both rewarding and frustrating and is very dependent on whether the patient is dentate, partially edentulous, or edentulous. It seems that every patient wants something "fixed." However, in many patients with tooth loss, fixed prosthodontics has significant limitations. In this course, Dr. Givan will present guidelines on treatment planning the anterior maxilla using the three "T's" of prosthetic support: Teeth, Tissue, and Titanium. Educational Objectives: Upon completion of this course participants will be familiar with: * When "fixed" and when "removable" should be chosen. * How posterior support influences anterior reconstruction. * Step by step methods to build anterior guidance. * Space consideration for treatment planning. * Can function and esthetics work together? (Hint: not always!) * Examples of what worked and what did not work! Tuition: After July 23 CE Hours: 3

Dentist $100 Auxiliary $65 Dentist $120 Auxiliary $85 Location: UAB School of Dentistry - Birmingham, AL


Sixth Annual Dental Hygiene Symposium - Wynfrey Hotel Friday, August 17 9am to Noon and 1pm to 4pm Dr. Stanley F. Malamed joined the faculty of the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of U.S.C., in Los Angeles in 1973, where today he is Professor of Anesthesia & Medicine. Dr. Malamed is a Diplomate of the American Dental Board of Anesthesiology, as well as a recipient of the Heidebrink Award [1996] from the American Dental Society of Anesthesiology and the Horace Wells Award from the International Federation of Dental Anesthesia Societies, 1997 (IFDAS). Dr. Malamed is the author of three widely used textbooks, published by CV Mosby: Handbook of Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office (6th edition 2007); Handbook of Local Anesthesia (6th edition 2012); and Sedation a guide to patient management (5th edition 2010).

The UAB School of Dentistry and The Hinman Dental Society present The Hinman-Alabama Education Seminar at the Sixth Annual Hygiene Symposium

LOCAL ANESTHESIA & EMERGENCY MEDICINE Friday, August 17, 2012 - 9am to 4pm Wynfrey Hotel, Birmingham, AL Two subjects of vital importance to the everyday practice of dentistry will be discussed in this program. In the first session Dr. Malamed will discuss the current state of the art in pain control in dentistry, focusing primarily recent advances in local anesthesia (LA): (1) buffered local anesthetics (the LA ‘ON’ switch; (2) Intranasal LA; (3) ComputerControlled Local Anesthetic Delivery (C-CLAD); (4) Phentolamine – the LA ‘OFF’ switch and (5) Mandibular infiltration anesthesia in adults with articaine. The second session reviews the preparation for, and management of, life-threatening medical emergencies. The role of the staff as the emergency "team" will be reviewed, as well as developing a dental office emergency kit, and a review of management through clinical scenarios. All dental staff should attend this program as the situations discussed here can occur to anyone, in any place, and at any time.

Local Anesthesia - 3hrs CE credit - Dentists only - 9am - Noon 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

What’s available . . . a review of current local anesthetic formulations Buffered local anesthetics – the LA ‘ON’ switch Intranasal LA – Maxillary anesthesia without needles Computer-Controlled Local Anesthetic Delivery (C-CLAD) Phentolamine – The LA ‘OFF’ switch Mandibular infiltration anesthesia in adults with articaine HCl

Emergency Medicine - 3hrs CE credit - Dentist and staff - 1pm-4pm 1. 2. 3. 4.

What’s happening . . . a review of medical emergencies in the dental environment Preparing the office for medical emergencies Basic management protocol for medical emergencies Management of specific medical emergencies

This course is made possible in part by Septodont NA, Henry Schein, Milestone Scientific, Onpharma, and the Hinman Dental Society.


Sixth Annual Dental Hygiene Symposium - Wynfrey Hotel Registration information: Friday, August 17 and Saturday, August 18, 2012 Course topics to include: LOCAL ANESTHESIA - DOCS ONLY PERIODONTAL UPDATE FOR THE HYGIENIST PHARMACOLOGY UPDATE FOR THE DENTAL TEAM CARIES MANAGEMENT EMERGENCY MEDICINE FOR THE DENTAL TEAM RADIOLOGY TREATING SENSITIVITY IDENTIFYING ADDICTIVE BEHAVIOR WOMEN, AGING, AND ORAL HEALTH TOBACCO CESSATION AND ORAL CANCER PREVENTION WHITENING

REGISTRATION OPENS APRIL 1, 2012 SEE

WEBSITE FOR COMPLETE COURSE DETAILS

APRIL 1.

Check-in begins one hour before the course start time. Registrations accepted at the door will be an additional $20. Confirmation Letters will be emailed to participants upon receipt of registration. Please bring a copy of your registration as it will list your selected courses. Refunds will be given if cancellation is received at least 14 days before the program. If it is necessary to cancel less than 14 days prior, you may apply the entire payment toward another CE course with no penalty or receive a 50% refund. No refund will be given within 7 days of the course but 50% of the tuition can be applied to a future course. “No-shows” will forfeit the full tuition.

Lodging: The Wynfrey Hotel - charming Southern hospitality and comfortable accommodations await you for the perfect stay in Birmingham. A block of rooms is being held at the Wynfrey Hotel. Please call 205.987.1600 and ask for the UAB Room Block for $109 per night when making a reservation. Parking outside the mall is free. Self parking at the hotel is $9 or valet parking is $11 per day.

Tuition: Auxiliary: $65 per half day - $100 per full day or $180 for the weekend. Dentist: $120 per half day - $220 per full day or $350 for the weekend. After August 12: Auxiliary: $95 per half day - $120 per full day or $200 for the weekend. Dentist: $140 per half day - $240 per full day or $370 for the weekend.

If you have questions, please call 205.934.3753. Complete Symposium course descriptions can be found online after April 1. Registration for Hygiene Weekend opens April 1.


Martin Denbar, DDS, received his DDS from the University of Texas School of Dentistry. He has been involved with Oral Appliance Therapy since 1995 when he introduced this treatment to Central Texas. He has used multiple appliances but now uses predominantly the TAP Oral Appliance System. Dr. Denbar is a past Board of Director for the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (AADSM) and has been involved with helping develop the AADSM over the years. He is a Fellow of the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine. Dr. Denbar maintains a full-time private dental practice in Austin, TX.

Dental Sleep Medicine An Overview, Treatment Protocol, Case Presentations and Treatment Complications of Sleep Apnea Friday, August 24, 2012 9am to 4pm This course will introduce the participants to the evaluation, treatment and management of patients with Sleep Disordered Breathing using Oral Appliance Therapy. An overview of current evidence based medical research regarding the efficacy of Oral Appliance Therapy as compared to CPAP therapy will be provided. The treatment protocol that Dr. Denbar's uses in his practice, along with effective methods for treating a myriad of possible treatment complications will be presented and discussed. Patient case presentations will be described and discussed. The above subject matter is discussed from the viewpoint of integrating it into a successful business plan that fits a medical delivery model. Course Objectives: Upon completion of the course, the participant will be able to: a. To know the evidenced based medical research affirming the efficacy of Oral Appliance Therapy. b. To understand how sleep disordered breathing is diagnosed and classified. c. To know how to evaluate patients diagnosed with SDB for oral appliance therapy. d. To gain a basic knowledge of treatment protocol and how to treat complications. e. To understand how the incorporation of DSM could impact your dental practice.

Tuition: Dentist $200 Auxiliary $100 After August 10: Dentist $225 Auxiliary $125 CE Hours: 6 Location: UAB School of Dentistry, 1919 7th Ave.,. So., Birmingham, AL Educational Grants: UAB SOD Continuing Dental Education gratefully acknowledges Patterson Dental for their support and participation in this sponsored program.

24


Richard Weems, DMD, MS, DABFO, received his dental degree from the UAB School of Dentistry in 1977. He returned to UAB to earn a Master's Degree in Dental Radiology in 1984, and has been a full-time dental educator since that time. Currently, he is associate professor and director of Dental Radiology at UAB SOD. Dr. Weems is also a dental consultant to the Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences and the Jefferson County (Alabama) Coroner/Medical Examiner's Office. He has investigated over 200 cases involving criminal human bitemark analysis and victim identification through dental remains resulting from homicide and accidental death. He is also a member of the national mass disaster mortuary team, DMORT, and was deployed to the World Trade Center, as well as Hurricanes Katrina and Ike, to aid in victim identification. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Forensic Odontology. He was also recently elected as Section Chair of the Odontology Section of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences.

Hands-On Forensic Dentistry: A Laboratory Course Limited Attendance Friday, August 24, 2012 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Clinician:

Richard A. Weems, DMD, MS, DABFO

This course will provide the opportunity for dentists and dental auxiliaries to gain first-hand knowledge and clinical experience in the field of forensic dentistry. The participants will perform various dental forensic investigative procedures working "hands-on" with dental forensic specimens. Procedures to be performed as part of this course will include: * *

Various victim identification exercises including postmortem dental charting. A simulated mass-disaster team exercise.

Educational Objectives: Participants will gain an understanding of, and be able to participate in, a mass disaster scenario in regard to the dental identification of victims. Tuition: $225 After August 10: $245 Location: UAB School of Dentistry, 1919 7th Ave.,. So., Birmingham, AL CE Hours: 7

25


Dr. Ken Tilashalski ("Dr. T") is quite unique in that he has earned specialty certificates in both oral & maxillofacial pathology and endodontics. He has been on faculty at the University of Alabama at Birmingham for over 17 years, and holds dual appointments as an associate professor in the Schools of Dentistry and Medicine. He also has a leadership role at the dental school and serves as the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs.

Infection Control Isn’t for Wimps! Friday, September 7 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Disease, illness, and mortality—not subjects that we want to have associated with our dental offices! This course will guide you through a myriad of topics including specific pathogens we can unknowingly harbor as well as ways to reduce disease transmission and susceptibility. This course satisfies the Board of Dental Examiners of Alabama requirement for training on infectious disease control as it relates to the dental office or to the practice of dentistry or dental hygiene. Tuition: Dentist $100 Auxiliary $65 After Aug 24 Dentist $110 Auxiliary $75 CE Credits: 3 Location: UAB School of Dentistry - Birmingham, AL

Dr. Steven J. Filler is an associate dean and professor in the Department of General Dental Sciences at the UAB School of Dentistry. He is a former president of the American Association of Hospital of Dentists (AAHD) and is also an AAHD Fellow. Dr. Filler is an experienced speaker on topics related to treatment of the medically compromised patient and has real world experience with antibiotic pre-medication patients. His lectures are known for their practicality and humor.

It's Vital You Know Your Vitals Friday, September 7 1pm to 3pm You are invited to be a part of a hands-on learning experience on a topic that is a very important part of office patient care - proper recording of a patient's vital signs. This course is designed to give participants information and hands-on experience in the proper recording of patient vital signs. In addition to the basics, participants will learn special tips and techniques related to patient blood pressures, pulse rates and respiration. Many points are applicable for home use as well. A low stress, nurturing environment with great learning potential, done with a bit of humor along the way. All participants are encouraged to bring along a blood pressure device and stethoscope where available. A limited number will be accessible on site. Tuition: Dentist $65 Auxiliary $50 After Aug 24 Dentist $85 Auxiliary $70 CE Credits: 2 Location: UAB School of Dentistry - Birmingham, AL


Dr. Perng-Ru Liu is a 1985 graduate of Chung-Shan Medical University, Taiwan. He received his Prosthodontic Certificate (1991), MS Degree (1992) and DMD Degree (1999) from UAB School of Dentistry. Currently, he is Professor and Chair of the Dept. of Prosthodontics at UAB SOD. He has also served as Chair of the Department of Comprehensive Dentistry from 2000 to 2009. Dr. Liu has lectured nationally and internationally on CAD-CAM, Esthetic and Implant Dentistry.

Dr. Merrie Ramp is a 1990 graduate of the UAB School of Dentistry and received her MS Degree in Biomaterials in 1996. Currently, she is an Associate Professor in the Department of Comprehensive Dentistry. She serves as the Coursemaster of preclinical operative dentistry.

Fabrication of Provisional Fixed Prostheses for Auxiliaries A Hands-On Course - Limited to First 24 Registrants

Saturday, September 8, 2012 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Provisional restorations for fixed prostheses are usually made in a hurry and often take more time than the tooth preparation. Quality can easily be improved for your patients with cost and timesaving techniques. This one-day course provides current information in fabricating the provisional restoration for dental auxiliaries. Single anterior and posterior provisional restorations utilizing prefabricated crowns and matrix techniques will be reviewed. More advanced techniques such as multiple unit and veneer provisional restorations will be covered in lecture and in the technical, hands-on portion. Casts and several provisional materials will be provided for hands-on practice. Cementation and removal of provisional restorations will also be taught.

Educational Objectives: This one-day course is designed so that, upon completion, the participant will have: 1. The theoretical knowledge of provisional restorations. 2. Practical experience necessary to fabricate a variety of provisional restorations. 3. The ability to properly contour the provisional restorations. Program Prerequisites: 1. This program is designed to enhance the skills of trained dental assistants and hygienists. It is not suitable for office staff who do not have dental experience. Previous experience with mixing and shaping acrylic is recommended. 2.

Participants must bring their own: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)

High and low speed (straight and contra angle) 4-hole Midwest type handpieces Acrylic burs (e.g., Brasseler E cutters) Diamond disc (e.g., Brasseler #936-220) Explorer Curved Hemostat (Kelly - 5.5") Curved Crown scissors Hollenback carver.

CE Credits: 7 Registration: $225 After August 24: $250 Location: Rm 501, UAB School of Dentistry, 1919 7th Ave., So. Birmingham, AL

27


Dr. Paul Eleazer earned a DDS degree from the University of North Carolina, a certificate in Endodontics and a Master in Oral Biology at Temple University in Philadelphia. Dr. Eleazer practiced endodontics in Albany, Georgia for 21 years. He is currently a Professor and Chair of the Endodontics Department.

Trauma in Everyday Dental Practice Friday, September 14 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Logical means of investigating causes of traumatic dental injuries will be featured. All aspects of dental patient care include aspects of trauma. A useful means of categorizing such injuries will be presented. The degree and direction of force, initial treatment, and in-office care all have a large bearing on ultimate outcome. Educational Objectives: Participants should be able to do the following after the course: 1. Assess traumatized teeth 2. Discuss prognosis for various types of injury 3. Treat or refer for treatment

Tuition:Dentists $100 Auxiliary $65 After Sept 1: Dentists $110 Auxiliary $75 CE Hours: 3 Location: UAB School of Dentistry, 1919 7th Ave., S., Birmingham, AL Dr. Donald Karaki is an Assistant Professor in the Department of General Dental Sciences at UAB School of Dentistry. He received his DDS degree from the University of Colorado SOD in 1983 and completed the Dental Diagnostic Sciences program for Oral Radiology and Oral Medicine in 1995 at the UTHSC in San Antonio, Texas. Dr. Karaki is a member of the American Academy for Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology.

Cone Beam CT in Today’s Dental Practice Friday, September 14 1pm to 4pm Recent advancements in Cone Beam (CBCT) scanners have resulted in much greater utilization of this technology as a diagnostic and treatment planning tool. Three-dimensional radiographic imaging is rapidly emerging as a new basis for assessment and diagnosis. This presentation provides an overview of the applications of Cone Beam CT technology in dentistry. It includes examples of various uses, from treatment planning and diagnosis to samples of pathology as they present in CBCT scans. This lecture course will provide an overview of the significant differences between Cone Beam CT and current conventional radiologic techniques in dentistry.

Tuition:Dentists $100 Auxiliary $65 After Sept 1: Dentists $110 Auxiliary $75 CE Hours: 3 Location: UAB School of Dentistry, 1919 7th Ave., S., Birmingham, AL 28


Dr. James Braun earned his D.D.S. and M.S. degree in Prosthodontics at the University of Michigan. Upon returning to his hometown on Saginaw, Michigan, he established a full-time specialty private practice in Prosthodontics, which has been in continuation for over 25 years. Besides memberships in various specialty organizations and the A.D.A., Dr. Braun has been quite active in the local and state dental associations. Staff appointments have included the University of Michigan School of Dentistry and hospitals in Ann Arbor and Saginaw, Michigan. Several major dental manufacturing companies have utilized his professional skills on a consultant basis. Recently Dr. Braun was selected by "Dentistry Today" magazine as one of the top clinicians in dental continuing education.

All Ceramic Crowns: The Dawn of a New Era Friday, September 14 9am to 4pm Huntsville, Alabama For many decades our traditional esthetic crown has been porcelain fused to metal restoration. With the advent of Cad-Cam high strength materials, these systems are in the forefront of clinical implementation. Now only are these ceramic systems very durable and versatile they are extremely well fitting and highly esthetic. This seminar will delve into the science and clinical use of these products for our patients. Learning Objectives: 1. To 2. To 3. To 4. To

discern and evaluate various ceramic systems to treatment plan our cases understand the necessary preparation guidelines for proper usage evaluate ceramic substrate materials as far as proper luting agents realize various steps necessary to capture superb detailed impressions

Educational Methods: Lecture Tuition: Dentist $200 Auxiliary $100 After Sept 1: Dentist $225 Auxiliary $125 CE Hours: 6 Location: Huntsville, Alabama - location to be announced. Educational Grants: UAB SOD Continuing Dental Education gratefully acknowledges Coltene Whaledent for their continued support and participation in its sponsored programs.

29


Nico Geurs, DDS, MS is a professor in the Department of Periodontology at the UAB School of Dentistry. He received his dental degree from the Free University of Amsterdam, in 1992 and he received his Master's in Clinical Dentistry and completed the residency program in Periodontics from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 1995. Dr. Geurs is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology and lectures on clinical periodontics, and

dental implantology.

The Role of the Hygienist in Periodontal Therapy Friday, September 21 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. UAB School of Dentistry Course Description: This course will review current concepts of etiology and treatment of periodontal diseases. The following topics will be addressed: Diagnosis and management of periodontal diseases. n Periodontal medicine: The interface between the oral inflammation and systemic health. What we know and what we should tell our patients. n When does gingival recession need treatment and how can esthetic problems be addressed? n Esthetics and maintenance therapy of dental implants will be presented. n

Educational Objectives: After completion of this course the participants will be able to answer the following questions: n n n n

What should we tell our patients about periodontal disease and systemic health? When is periodontal treatment indicated? What can be achieved with esthetic Periodontal treatment? What are the implications of dental implants in maintenance therapy?

Educational Methods: Lecture Tuition: Dentist $200 Auxiliary $100 After Sept 7: Dentist $225 Auxiliary $125 CE Hours: 6 Location: UAB School of Dentistry, 1919 7th Ave., S., Birmingham, AL

Hold the Date! September 21 - CE course in Auburn, AL at The Hotel at Auburn University. Topic and speaker to be announced. 30


Dr. Perng-Ru Liu is a 1985 graduate of Chung-Shan Medical University, Taiwan. He received his Prosthodontic Certificate (1991), MS Degree (1992) and DMD Degree (1999) from UAB School of Dentistry. Currently, he is Professor and Chair of the Department of Prosthodontics at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) School of Dentistry. He served as Chair of the Department of Comprehensive Dentistry at UAB School of Dentistry from 2000 to 2009.

Avoid Clinical Failures Understanding Materials and Techniques to Achieve Excellence in Restorative Dentistry Saturday, September 22 9am to 4pm UAB School of Dentistry Properly understand the fundamentals of dental materials and techniques are essential to the long-term success of restorative dentistry. This course is designed to provide a comprehensive and clinically relevant update of techniques and materials in restorative dentistry based on the most current scientific evidence to achieve long-term clinical success. Speaker will share his expertise and lessons learned from a broad array of topics include: (1) Common reasons for restoration failure (post and core, porcelain-fused-to-metal restorations, ceramic veneers, Empress, e.Max, alumina, zirconia restorations), (2) Factors that determine longevity of various restorative materials, (3) How to select and utilize proper materials to maximize their benefits and longevity, and (4) Optimizing communication between clinician and dental technician. Educational Objectives Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to: 1. Be familiar with common failure modes in restorative dentistry 2. Select proper techniques and materials for various restorations 3. Properly manage complications and failures in restorative dentistry 4. Recognize the importance of communication between clinician and dental technician Educational Methods: PowerPoint lecture and discussion. Tuition: Dentist $200 Auxiliary $100 After Sept 8: Dentist $225 Auxiliary: $125 CE hours: 6 Location: UAB School of Dentistry, 1919 7th Ave., S., Birmingham, AL 31


Dr. Ken Tilashalski ("Dr. T") is quite unique in that he has earned specialty certificates in both oral & maxillofacial pathology and endodontics. He has been on faculty at the University of Alabama at Birmingham for over 17 years, and holds dual appointments as an associate professor in the Schools of Dentistry and Medicine. He also has a leadership role at the dental school and serves as the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs.

Oral Pathology is the Most Awesome Dental Specialty Friday, September 28 9:00 a.m. - Noon Tumors, autoimmune diseases, infectious diseases, and developmental oddities all make oral pathology an interesting specialty. This course will cover the ordinary to the arcane as a variety of topics and various treatment strategies will be discussed. Treatment strategies and helpful hints will be emphasized. Tuition: After Sept 14

Dentist $100 Dentist $110

Auxiliary $60 Auxiliary $75

CE Credits: Location:

3 UAB School of Dentistry - Birmingham, AL Nancy Tomlin, BS, RDH, was the Quality Assurance Officer at the UAB School of Dentistry where she also served as the infection control coordinator. UAB is where she earned her BS in Dental Hygiene. Ms. Tomlin has provided numerous OSHA and Infection Control presentations to the dental community, locally and statewide.

DON'T GET CAUGHT ON THE WRONG SIDE OF OSHA (and other regulations) Friday, September 28, 2012 1pm to 4pm (3 CE Hours) This course outlines OSHA requirements for the Dental Office pertaining to employee protection, recordkeeping, and practical applications will be given. American Dental Association, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and Alabama Department for Environmental Management recommendations will also be discussed. Educational Objectives: 1. Define OSHA regulations that affect the dental office. 2. Define ADA and CDCP guidelines for infection control.

Tuition: After Sept 14 CE Credits: Location:

Dentist $100 Auxiliary $60 Dentist $110 Auxiliary $75 3 UAB School of Dentistry - Birmingham, AL


Dr. Perng-Ru Liu is a 1985 graduate of Chung-Shan Medical University, Taiwan. He received his Prosthodontic Certificate (1991), MS Degree (1992) and DMD Degree (1999) from UAB School of Dentistry. Currently, he is Professor and Chair of the Department of Prosthodontics at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) School of Dentistry. He served as Chair of the Department of Comprehensive Dentistry at UAB School of Dentistry from 2000 to 2009.

Lessons Learned in Dental Implantology UAB Experience 1989 to 2011 Saturday, September 29 9am to 4pm UAB School of Dentistry Dental Implants are widely accepted as treatment of choice for restoring missing dentition. Properly understanding the fundamentals of treatment planning, risk assessment, sequence of treatment, maintenance of the rehabilitated patients, and management of a wide spectrum of complications are essential to the long-term implant success. This program will benefit dentists who are interested in gaining useful knowledge related to contemporary clinical techniques and treatment approaches in implant dentistry. In addition, those who seek successful treatment planning, maintenance and management of complications will be provided with a wide spectrum of clinical scenarios. The speaker will share his expertise and lessons learned from his 21 years of UAB experiences in dental implantology. Success in implant overdenture treatment can be addressed from many perspectives including surgery, biology, technology, economics, patient expectation, and patient acceptance. This program will discuss treatment planning by utilizing surgical and prosthetic considerations, treatment sequencing, anatomy of the edentulous arches, evaluation of implant attachment systems, tissue conditioning, insertion, and follow-up. Step-by-step protocols for planning implant position and requirements for a retentive or supportive system will be demonstrated on a number of patients. In addition, there will be a discussion on the economics of implant treatment for the edentulous patient, as well as retrofitting attachments to an existing denture. Educational Methods: PowerPoint lecture and discussion. Tuition: Dentist $200 Auxiliary $100 After Sept 10: Dentist $225 Auxiliary $125 CE Hours: 6 Location: UAB School of Dentistry, 1919 7th Ave., S., Birmingham, AL 33


FRANKLIN MARRIOTT COOL SPRINGS 700 Cool Springs Boulevard, Franklin, Tennessee 37067 - 615-261-6100

Join us December 7, 2012 for two CE courses and some great Christmas shopping. Earn 6 hours of CE! Whether you are getting a head start on your Alabama CE hours - or finishing up before the Tennessee December deadline, come have a great weekend in Franklin, TN. Close to great shopping and restaurants, the Franklin Marriott is convenient to all the fun Nashville has to offer. You’ll have an opportunity to “learn and earn” while your family scouts out restaurants and the perfect Christmas gifts! Shop afterwards at Cool Springs Galleria Mall or the Factory at Franklin. Register early. This meeting is cosponsored by The University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Dentistry.

Dr. John O. Burgess is a graduate of Emory University School of Dentistry. He received his M.S. in Biomedical Sciences from the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston, Texas, completed a one year General Practice Residency and a two year General Dentistry Residency. Currently, Dr. Burgess is Professor and Assistant Dean for Clinical Research at UAB. Friday, Dec 7th - 9am to 4pm - Lunch on Your Own Current Materials and Restorative Techniques - This course will provide a strong foundation for the practicing dentist as well as update their knowledge in current materials and successful restorative techniques. Improve your practice of dentistry by understanding which materials work, where they are successful and which predictable techniques can handle many of your everyday clinical problems. This fast paced course will improve your dental practice, your selection of dental materials, and provide information you can use in your office the next day! Dr. Steven J. Filler is an associate dean and professor in the Department of General Dental Sciences at the UAB School of Dentistry. He is a former president of the American Association of Hospital of Dentists (AAHD) and is also an AAHD Fellow. Friday, Dec 7th - 9am to Noon - Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office - This popular course will afford the entire dental staff the opportunity to review and enhance basic skills in the supportive treatment of medical emergencies occurring in the dental office. Emphasis will be given to actual emergency situations and staff member response. 3hrs CE

Infectious Diseases - 1pm to 4pm - This course will provide reviews of selected infectious diseases of importance to the entire dental team. You’ll learn a lot and have a bit of fun along the way.

Tuition: Dentist $200 Auxiliary $100 each course. After Dec 1: Dentist $225 Auxiliary $125 each course.

To register, visit: www.dental.uab.edu 34


Enjoy lectures from UAB School of Dentistry Faculty: Dr. Patrick Louis, Dr. Peter Waite, Dr. Dan Givan, Dr. Keith Kinderknecht, Dr. Perng-Ru Liu, Dr. Philip Vassilopoulos, Dr. Nico Geurs, Dr. Maria Geisinger, and Dr. Somsak Sittitavornwong.

Second Annual Alabama Implant Symposium December 15 and 16, 2012 Saturday - 8am to 5pm and Sunday 8am to Noon Wynfrey Hotel, Birmingham, AL Join us for the Second Annual Alabama Implant Symposium. Bring the family for a weekend of Christmas shopping at the Riverchase Galleria Mall while you learn from some of UAB’s outstanding faculty. Educational Methods: Lecture, Handouts, PowerPoint Tuition: Dentist $475 Auxiliary $175 After Dec 1: Dentist $500 Auxiliary $200 CE Hours: 12hrs - Lecture Location: Wynfrey Hotel, 1000 Riverchase Galleria, Birmingham, AL. Please ask for the UAB room block when making a reservation. 205-987-1600 Lunch on your own.

Customized Infection Control and OSHA Course Do you have Infection Control or OSHA questions specific to your office but are afraid to ask in a meeting? Would an audit of your office help you refine procedures? Would you like to have a 2 hour CE course that is customized to your office practices and situations? Is everyone following the same procedures? Is it difficult to arrange for all staff to attend OSHA courses? This course offers an in-office inspection and then a customized 2 hour CE class for all staff. The hours are flexible and can be arranged to lessen the disruption to the office day. For example: inspection from 11:00 to 12:00 (does not disrupt seeing patients), start the class at 12:00 and be ready to see patients again at 2:00. If this would be of interest to your office, please contact Ann Marie Karaki via email: amkaraki@uab.edu or call (205) 996-6494. Costs vary depending on location of office and number of staff to participate in CE course. Call for pricing. 35


Dr. Patrick Louis is a Professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, and Director of the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Residency Training Program. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and holds joint appointments in the Schools of Dentistry and Medicine. Dr. Louis is currently the Medical Emergency Officer for the School of Dentistry and serves as a consultant to the Alabama Board of Dental Examiners, performing office evaluations for conscious sedation and general anesthesia licensure.

Additional faculty include: Dr. Roger Fillingim, Dr. Sharon McCoy Dailey, Dr. Mark Phillips, Dr. Pamela Sims, Dr. Somsak Sittitavornwong, Dr. Victor Szymela, and Dr. Peter Waite

An Intensive Course in IV Sedation Thursday, Friday, Saturday

March 7-9 and April 11-13, 2013 Six lecture days - 8am to 8pm and a One Week Clinical Rotation Course Description: This course is designed to prepare the general dentist and the physician to incorporate techniques in intravenous conscious sedation into their practices. The course will include demonstrations, lectures and an intensive mini-residency. There will be a total of 60 hours devoted to lecture and one week of clinical rotation. Prerequisites: The participant must hold a dental or medical degree, must be licensed to practice dentistry or medicine in a given state and have current malpractice insurance. Current BCLS certification must be obtained prior to the course. Current ACLS certification must be obtained before scheduling clinical rotation. Please bring proof of malpractice insurance coverage to first meeting. Course Structure: (1) 60 hours of lecture and demonstration. (2) Following completion of the lecture/demonstration series, the participant will be scheduled for a mini-residency during which time he/she will improve his/her IV sedation and venipuncture techniques. The Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Department members will supervise all activities. The mini-residency dates will be scheduled through Dr. Louis’s office. Only one participant will be accepted at a time, on a firstcome, first-served basis. During this residency, the clinician will perform a minimum of 20 IV sedation cases. (3) At the completion of the lecture portion, the clinician will be required to successfully complete a written examination. (4) Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) training must be obtained prior to scheduling clinical rotation. (5) At completion of the Mini-Residency portion, an oral exit examination will be required.

Tuition: $7800 CE Hours: 100

Location: UAB School of Dentistry 36


Mediterranean 10 day cruise Holland America MS Noordam Friday, May 18—May 28, 2012 Medical Drugs and Dentistry, Pain Control and Analgesics, and Use and Abuse of Antibiotics Day at Sea Course times: 8:00am - 12:15 pm and 2:30pm - 4:30 pm May 19, 2012 Medical Drugs and Dentistry (4 hrs) May 19, 2012 Pain Control and Analgesics (2 hrs) May 26, 2012 Pain Control and Analgesics (2 hrs) May 26, 2012 Use and Abuse of Antibiotics (4 hrs)

Begin your cruise in the enchanting city of Rome where we board the ship for ten wonderful days at sea . Our first stop is the walled city of Dubrovnik. Then we are off to the beautiful beaches of Corfu. Next, take a lap around the original Olympic track as we visit Katakolon. Beautiful white-washed houses of Santorini and black beaches await you in Thira. History comes to life in Athens as we climb to the top of the Acropolis. Last stop is the Cathedral and Porta Grazia in Messina before sailing back to Rome. Cruise Prices Starting At: Inside Stateroom........................$1,879 Ocean View Stateroom.............$2,199 Verandah...................................$2,499 Rates are per person based on double occupancy and subject to availability. Taxes, port charges and gratuities included. Book Early – Space is Limited! For more information call Jodi at Cruise and Travel Partners: 800-856-8826 or visit www.cruiseandtravelpartners.com Cruise and Travel Partners, LLC is a Florida Seller of Travel Registration No. ST35789

37


For many, travel to China is the fulfillment of a lifelong dream: to explore the Forbidden City, home to Chinese Emperors over the centuries; to gaze in awe at an entire army of Terracotta Warriors; and to walk on the Great Wall that stretches over 3,000 miles. China is a vast land that inspires and fascinates with its historic sights, diverse landscapes and rich culture. Yet beyond these great wonders, the most enduring memory is often the charm of the people.

So come and explore the Glories of China with us! October 7 - 16, 2012 Highlights Include:

Shanghai, often called the "Paris of the East" Wuzhen renowned for its old-world charm and picturesque setting Li River Cruise Giant Panda Hotel Terracotta Warriors Beijing Great Wall Rickshaw Ride Chinese Acrobatic Show Cost: $4,499pp based on double occupancy Price includes round trip air from JFK/LAX (including taxes and fuel surcharge), Visas, all meals (including a traditional dumpling dinner and Peking Duck), entrance fees, guides and escort.

Minimally Invasive and Maximally Effective Dentistry: The Oral Systemic Relationship, Understanding CAMBRA, and CAMBRA Treatment Planning and Options

presented by: Allen Wong, DDS, EdD Earn 12 CE Credits - Tuition: $435 per person Book Early - Space is Limited!

For more information call Jodi at Cruise and Travel Partners: 800-856-8826 or visit www.cruiseandtravelpartners.com Cruise and Travel Partners, LLC is a Florida Seller of Travel Registration No. ST 35789 Cruise and Travel Partners, LLC is a California Seller of Travel Registration No. 2107023-40

38


Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office: A Simple Approach - 8 hrs CE Credit Speaker: Dr. Steven J. Filler

7 Day Hawaiian Cruise Aboard Norwegian's Pride of America

June 29, - July 6, 2013 Day 6/29/13 6/30/13 7/1/13 7/2/13 7/3/13 7/4/13 7/5/13 7/6/13

Port Honolulu Kahului (Maui) Kahului (Maui) Hilo Kona Nawiliwili (Kauai) Nawiliwili (Kauai) Honolulu

Arrive

Depart 7:00 PM

8:00 AM 8:00 AM 7:00 AM 8:00 AM

6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 2:00 PM

7:00 AM

Cruise Prices Starting At Inside $1,429 Oceanview $1,799 Balcony $2,049 Rates are per person based on double occupancy and subject to availability. Port charges, taxes and gratuities are included. Contact Jodi Murphy at Cruise and Travel Partners for cruise information or to register. Call 800-856-8826.

www.cruiseandtravelpartners.com Cruise and Travel Partners, LLC is a Florida Seller of Travel Registration No. ST 35789 Cruise and Travel Partners, LLC is a California Seller of Travel Registration No. 2107023-40

39


School of Dentistry

Non-Profit Org. U.S. Postage PAID Permit No. 1256 Birmingham, AL

Continuing Dental Education SDB 217, 1530 3rd Ave., S Birmingham, AL 35294-0007

See website for bad weather, refund, and cancellation policy. www.dental.uab.edu

Register Online: www.dental.uab.edu

Fax 205-975-9651 l Call 205-934-3753 Mail: UAB Continuing Dental Education, SDB 217, 1530 3rd Ave., South Birmingham, AL 35294-0007 l Make checks payable to: UAB CDE We accept Visa, MC, Discover and American Express l

Name:____________________________________________AGD#: ________________________ Street: __________________________________________________________________________ City: __________________________________ State:________ Zip: _______________________ Office Ph: ______________________________ Office Fax: ______________________________ E-mail address: __________________________________________________________________ Credit Card #: ____________________________________________________________________ Exp. Date: __________________ Security Code: __________ Amount: ____________________ Signature: _______________________________________________________________________ Course 1: _______________________________________________________________________ Course 2: _______________________________________________________________________ Course 3: _______________________________________________________________________ Join our fax mailing list for up-to-the-minute course offerings. Just email dentalce@uab.edu or call 205-934-3753 to add your office or home fax number to the list. We’ll let you know about our latest courses and special offerings for the entire dental team!


2012 UAB Dentistry CE Catalog