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WDA InSession & WDA House of Delegates Nov. 13-15, 2014 | The Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee


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Future InSession and House of Delegates Dates Mark your calendar and plan to join us for these upcoming WDA InSession and House of Delegates meetings:

• Oct. 15 - 17, 2015* at Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center in Madison

• Nov. 3 - 5, 2016 at Kalahari Resort and Convention Center in Wisconsin Dells

WISCONSIN DENTAL ASSOCIATION

INSESSION Wisconsin’s Largest Dental Study Club

Hear. See. Do. *This date replaces a previously published May date. 31


WISCONSIN DENTAL ASSOCIATION

INSESSION Wisconsin’s Largest Dental Study Club

Embrace the new “All of our dreams can come true if we just have the courage to pursue them.” Walt Disney summed up the reason for you and your team to come to the WDA InSession 2014. This year’s program has many new events for you to explore YOUR dreams: lectures, discussions, unique participation courses and WDA House of Delegates. We are offering new cadaver-based courses for review of anatomy, as well as grafting techniques and periodontal surgery. These programs are based on popular classes at American Dental Association annual meetings and will be held in the anatomy labs at Wisconsin Medical College. No, this is not a repeat of your anatomy class. Sign up for this unique experience at a WDA InSession bargain price! We will also have many top lecturers presenting varied topics for you and your team. Don’t be bashful; try a new topic! And, at Interactive Learning Sessions or ILSs, you can explore hot topics in an informal setting using an interactive, study club discussion format. Need your CPR/AED recertified? We can help you! Need to explore the latest in dental products? We can help you! Want to have lunch with your classmates? We can help you! Ever wonder about Wisconsin Dental Association governance? The House of Delegates is now being held in conjunction with InSession. Watch the proceedings and learn what makes your association tick. Please check with your local component leaders to learn how you can get involved. And, downtown Milwaukee offers fun activities for everyone, including families. Learn more at www.visitmilwaukee.org/. “Progress is the activity of today and the assurance of tomorrow,” said poet Ralph Waldo Emerson. I look forward to seeing you at WDA’s 2014 InSession — Wisconsin’s Largest Dental Study Club! Fred Jaeger, DDS Chair, 2014 WDA InSession

Annual Session Committee Fred Jaeger, DDS, chair Richard Bailey, DDS Peter Hehli, DDS Mary Hovel, DDS Geoff Mykleby, DDS Jon Nelson, DDS

Samantha Ruiz, DDS Carol Trecek, Marquette University School of Dentistry liaison Staff liaisons: Lani Becker Susan John


Tables of Contents Registration Registration Information\Online Registration............................................................................. 3 Registration Form & Fees.............................................................................................. 29 & 30

CE Speakers/Moderators, Lectures and Hands-On Learning CE Speakers/Moderators........................................................................................................... 8 Programs for Thursday, Nov. 13................................................................................................ 12 Programs for Friday, Nov. 14.................................................................................................... 15 Interactive Learning Sessions.................................................................................................. 20 Programs for Saturday, Nov. 15................................................................................................ 25

Special Programs and Events WDA Affiliated Groups, Events and Meetings............................................................................... 5 Support the WDA Foundation .................................................................................................... 6 WDA House of Delegates........................................................................................................... 7 Social Events: WDA Pyramid of Pride Awards Recognition Reception.............................................................. 27 Latin Night Honoring WDA President Dr. Julio Rodriguez........................................................... 27 Exhibit Hall............................................................................................................................. 28 Future InSession and WDA House of Delegates Dates.................................................................. 31

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General Information Online Registration Registering online is easy, efficient and provides immediate information about course availability. Interactive Learning Sessions and hands-on programs are conducted in small groups and can fill fast. Registering online also provides you with an email confirmation when your registration has been processed and space has been reserved for you in your chosen courses. Visit WDA.org at http://bit.ly/ VP7Xaz to register online beginning May 1! Name Badges and Course Tickets Please pick up your name badge and course tickets at one of the numerous WDA InSession registration counters at the Wisconsin Center in the exhibit hall on the third floor. Bring your registration-confirmation page with you to expedite the process. Registration Form and Fees All attendees must complete a registration form (online, fax or mail) to receive a name badge which is required to enter the exhibit hall and classrooms. Flat rate, full-time and part-time packages for lecture and ILS courses replace individual course fees in 2014. The more courses you attend, the more you save! Hands-on courses have a participant fee to cover supplies and materials. The cost is noted by the course listing. Breakfast AND lunch are included in ALL packages. Attendees fall into six categories: • Member dentist - Dentists who are members of the WDA and/or ADA. • House of Delegates delegation member - Individuals serving as a delegate, alternate delegate or a member of the WDA Board of Trustees in 2014. • Nonmember dentist - Nonmember dentists are those individuals who are not WDA and/or ADA members. • Dental team member - Dental team members may attend InSession without their dentist – whether or not the dentist is a member. Special pricing on continuing education programs is available for WDA dental hygienist and associate members. Associate membership is open to dental assistants, business/office personnel and dental laboratory technicians. Dentists and dental hygienists are not eligible for associate membership. To become a member or renew your membership for 2014, select the corresponding registration category online and then indicate that you are joining/renewing your associate membership. When using the paper registration form, dental hygienists, dental assistants, business/office personnel and lab technicians should indicate “YES” to the corresponding question and pay the related dues amount.

Dues are based on the calendar year and nonrefundable. • Nonmember dental team/guest - Dental team members may attend InSession without their dentist. Dental team members who are not a WDA dental hygienist or associate member pay the nonmember dental team rates, regardless if their dentist employer is a WDA member. Guests (e.g., spouse, child, friend that does not work in a dental office) are non-dental attendees. Guests must be sponsored by a dentist registered for the WDA InSession. Sponsors must verify their guest is not a dentist or a vendor. If it is determined the guest is a dentist, the sponsor agrees to reimburse the WDA for the appropriate registration fee. Guests may visit the exhibit hall and participate in all InSession activities based on the conference package selected. Spouses of dentists who are also dentists must register as a DENTIST. Spouses of dentists who are not dentists themselves, but work in a dental office may register as SPOUSE or, when appropriate, as DENTAL HYGIENIST, DENTAL ASSISTANT or BUSINESS/ FRONT OFFICE PERSONNEL. Spouses are subject to the registration fee as described above. A spouse who is not a dentist, but is a member of the ADA Alliance, may register as a WDA associate member (ASM) to receive the lower registration fee. Students - Students are enrolled in Marquette University School of Dentistry, the Wisconsin Technical College System or an advanced training program at a dental school or hospital. They are admitted free to all InSession programs except hands-on courses. Students wishing to attend a hands-on course are responsible for the participant fee. PLEASE specify attendee category and package plan when registering. Note: All vendors must register through their company using the Exhibitor Service Center. Only vendors who are exhibiting may participate in the WDA InSession. How to Register • ONLINE (credit card orders only) at WDA.org at http://bit.lhy/VP7Xaz beginning May 1. Online registration is quick, easy and registrants receive immediate confirmation of courses! This is especially important when choosing ILSs and hands-on programs, because some have very limited space. • FAX (credit card orders only) registrations to 414-276-8431 or 800-864-2997. 3


General Information • MAIL registrations to: Wisconsin Dental Association 6737 W Washington St, Suite 2360 West Allis, WI 53214 Faxed and mailed registrations must be received by Nov. 10, 2014. On-site Registration Register for programs at the registration area in the exhibit hall on the third floor at the Wisconsin Center during the hours listed below. Members must show their 2014 WDA/ADA membership cards to quality for registration privileges and reduced pricing. Dentists, dental hygienists and dental team members may join the WDA or renew their membership on site to qualify for member privileges. Attendee registration hours: Thursday, Nov. 13 from 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 14 from 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 15 from 8 – 9 a.m. Exhibitor registration hours: Thursday, Nov. 13 from 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 14 from 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. Name Badges Name badges are required for admission to the exhibit hall, InSession courses and social events. A proof of your name badge will be sent via email after registering in advance. Please carefully review the proof and notify the WDA immediately if there is a problem, so corrections can be made before your name badge is printed. This will save you time when checking in on site at InSession registration. Refunds and Exchanges All cancellations must be made at least 24 hours prior to the class start time. No exceptions will be made to this registration policy. Course cancellations are subject to a $25 cancellation fee per attendee. Refund checks will be mailed after Dec. 1, 2014. Credit card cancellations will be credited to the account to which they were charged. Hotel Information The WDA has secured room blocks at two downtown Milwaukee locations, both of which are connected to the Wisconsin Center by skywalk. Please make your reservations directly with the hotel and be sure to mention “Wisconsin Dental Association 2014” when booking to receive our group rate. Reservations must be made by Oct. 29, 2014 to receive the WDA group rates. 4

Hilton Milwaukee City Center 509 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53203 Single/Double: $149 Call 800-445-8667 or book through http://www. hilton.com/en/hi/groups/personalized/M/MKEMHHF-WDA-20141112/index.jhtml. Hyatt Regency Milwaukee 333 W. Kilbourn Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53203 Single/Double: $139 Regency Club: $164 Call 800-233-1234 or book through https://resweb.passkey.com/Resweb.do?mode=welcome_ ei_new&eventID=10992206 using the WDA group code G-YWDA. Handouts Handouts will be available for download from our WDA.org website beginning Oct. 30 through Dec 1. Adobe Acrobat Reader, a free program available online, is required for accessing the handouts. Handouts will NOT be distributed at the traditional lecture programs, so be sure to print them out in advance and bring them along if you want to reference them during the course. If you do not have access to the Internet, please contact the WDA prior to Nov. 5 so other arrangements can be made for you. Due to the nature of an ILS, handouts will not be available for these programs. Special Needs Please notify the WDA prior to Oct. 30 by calling 414-755-4118 or 800-364-7646 If you require special assistance due to a disability. Do You Wear a Pacemaker? To prevent erratic performance of your pacemaker, we suggest you avoid being in the vicinity of demonstrations for: • Electrosurgery • Ultrasonics • Induction casting • Electronically-controlled timers • Electronic pulp testers • Wireless intercom systems • Ultraviolet curing units • Microwave ovens • Electronic spot welders • Arcing electric motors Support Your Exhibitors Visit the exhibit hall where the newest dental-related equipment and supplies will be on display in more than 100 booths. Meet knowledgeable personnel ready to answer your questions. The WDA and the Annual Session Committee encourage you to patronize our exhibitors with your orders as a way of recognizing their contributions to InSession 2014. Bring your orders to the exhibit hall to take advantage of the many show discounts and to demonstrate your support for the vendors’ participation.


General Information Exhibit hall hours: • Thursday, Nov. 13 from 11 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. AND 4:30 – 6 p.m. • Friday, Nov. 14 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. This Year in the Exhibit Hall Pyramid of Pride Awards reception on Thursday, Nov. 13 from 4:30 – 6 p.m. Maximize your time in the exhibit hall by enjoying lunch at the food stations located in each corner. Lunch served from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Thursday and Friday. Compliments of:

Visit exhibitors to win fabulous prizes, including gift certificates for The American Club, Kalahari Resort & Waterpark and more. The more exhibitors you visit, the more chances you have to win. Best of all, you pick your prize! Attire Temperatures in meeting rooms and the exhibit hall may be “too hot” or “too cool” for your comfort. Try as we might, we can’t guarantee the temperature will be just right for everyone, so please come prepared. Dress in layers and bring a sweater or light jacket. No Solicitation Policy With the exception of exhibitors operating within their designated booth space, no attendee may solicit business on the exhibit hall floor or in any other WDA InSession meeting space. Violation of this policy will result in expulsion from the meeting without a refund. Directions to the Wisconsin Center 400 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53203 From Fox River Valley or West Bend: Proceed south on US 41 or 45; they junction near Germantown. Continue south on 41/45; remain on 45 South. Follow signs to I-94 East. This swings into I-43/I-794 just past Miller Park. Exit on James Lovell Street/Civic Center; it curves under the freeway. Follow signs to 6th Street. Turn left on 6th Street. The Wisconsin Center is between 4th and 6th Streets on the north side of Wisconsin Avenue. From Racine/Kenosha: Proceed north on I-94 to junction with I-894 and I-43 North. Follow signs to downtown, continue on I-43 North. Exit at Kilbourn/Civic Center. Proceed through tunnel to Kilbourn Avenue and 6th Street. The Wisconsin Center is between 4th and 6th Streets on the north side of Wisconsin Avenue.

Affiliated Group Events and Meetings at WDA InSession 2014 Pierre Fauchard Academy Breakfast Friday, Nov. 14 6:45 – 7:45 a.m. Wisconsin Center Contact: Dr. Gene Shoemaker gopackshoe@aol.com American College of Dentists Friday, Nov. 14 Business Meeting 6 p.m. Hilton Milwaukee City Center Contact: Dr. Nancy Larson nancylarson4213@sbcglobal.net International College of Dentists Friday, Nov. 14 Business Meeting 6 p.m. Hilton Milwaukee City Center Contact: Dr. Christine Tempas ctempas@intella.net American and International Colleges Joint Dinner Friday, Nov. 14 Reception 6:30 p.m. Dinner 7:30 p.m. Hilton Milwaukee City Center Contact: Dr. Christine Tempas ctempas@intella.net WIDPAC Dessert Reception (By invitation only) Friday, Nov. 14 9-11 p.m. Hilton Milwaukee City Center

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General Information From Beloit/Janesville: Proceed northeast on I-43 North, junction with I-894 East. Continue east on I-43 North and I-894 East to junction with I-94. Continue north on I-43. Exit at Kilbourn/Civic Center. Proceed through tunnel to Kilbourn Avenue and 6th Street. The Wisconsin Center is between 4th and 6th Streets on the north side of Wisconsin Avenue. From Madison: Proceed east on I-94, junction with I-43 and I-794 near downtown. Take James Lovell Street/Civic Center exit (it curves under the freeway). Follow signs to 6th Street. The Wisconsin Center is between 4th and 6th Streets on the north side of Wisconsin Avenue. From Green Bay: Proceed south on I-43. Exit Wells Street/11th Street/Civic Center. Stay on left side of ramp, follow to Wells Street. At traffic light (10th Street), stay in left lane on Wells, go four blocks to 6th Street, and you will see the Wisconsin Center is on your right. The Wisconsin Center is between 4th and 6th Streets on the north side of Wisconsin Avenue. Parking Parking is available at several lots in the blocks around the Wisconsin Center: • Wisconsin Center District parking lot entrance: 500 W. Wells St. • Isaac’s Parking (structure adjoining Hyatt): 330 W. Wells St. • Hilton Parking: 509 W. Wisconsin Ave. • Convention Center Ramp: 615 N. 4th St. • 4th and State Streets: 1020 N. 4th St. • 5th and Michigan Streets: 630 N. 5th St. Scientific Program Disclaimer Scientific programs are planned and presented by the WDA to provide attendees with a relevant and rewarding CE experience. Program content or use of specific products in courses should not be construed as endorsement or approval by the WDA or by any of its components, subsidiaries or members. Course Evaluations Your opinion counts! Please help us continue to bring you quality CE by completing the course evaluations. Support the WDA Foundation This is a year of change for InSession and the House of Delegates, so the WDA Foundation has decided to follow that lead. The foundation will host its annual session fundraiser in support of its charitable programs during Thursday’s Latin Night party honoring WDA President Dr. Julio Rodriguez. Watch for updates on this year’s event in the WDA Journal and at www.wda.org/wda-foundation.

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When you’re in the exhibit hall, please be sure to visit the WDA Foundation, Donated Dental Services and Mission of Mercy booths to learn more about your foundation’s charitable outreach efforts. Future InSession and House of Delegates Dates Mark your calendar and plan to join us for these upcoming WDA InSession and House of Delegates meetings. • Oct. 15 - 17, 2015* at Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center in Madison • Nov. 3 - 5, 2016 at Kalahari Resort and Convention Center in Wisconsin Dells * This date replaces a previously published May date. Sponsors The Annual Session Committee greatly appreciates the support of all our 2014 WDA InSession sponsors. Please help us thank them by stopping by their booths.


WDA House of Delegates

WDA House of Delegates The WDA’s annual business meeting will be held in conjunction with InSession beginning in 2014. All WDA member dentists and dental hygienists may observe the meetings of the House. However, only those serving as a delegate or alternate delegate (and officers) may speak during the House meetings. All members may address an issue before the House during the Reference Committee Open Hearing. The 2014 WDA House of Delegates schedule: Thursday, Nov. 13 11:15 - 11:45 a.m. - Orientation for new delegates and new alternates Noon - 12:30 p.m. - Orientation for members of the Reference and Election committees 1 - 1:30 p.m. - House registration 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. - First session of the House 3:45 - 5:15 p.m. - Reference Committee Open Hearing 5:30 p.m. - completion (should not exceed 8 p.m.) - Reference Committee meeting Saturday, Nov. 15 7:30 - 9:30 a.m. - Regional caucuses and breakfast 9 - 9:30 a.m. - House registration 9:30 a.m. - conclusion - Final session of the House

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Speakers/Moderators Alejandro Aguirre, DDS, MS, FACD, FICD is a partner with Endodontic Associates Limited, an endodontic group practice in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. Dr. Aguirre graduated from the endodontic program at the University of Minnesota in 1991 and was a full-time professor in the Department of Endodontics at the University of MissouriKansas City School of Dentistry. He has been in private practice since 1997 and lectures nationally and internationally. Active in organized dentistry, Dr. Aguirre is a fellow of the International and American College of Dentists. He is a Minnesota Dental Association trustee and currently chairs the Minnesota Mission of Mercy. Hal Crossley, DDS, PhD has a bachelor’s in pharmacy with a master’s and doctorate degree in pharmacology. He earned his dental degree in 1980. Dr. Crossley retired as professor emeritus from the University of Maryland Dental School in 2004. He has been a consultant for the United States Drug Enforcement Administration and other law enforcement agencies since 1974. Drawing on this unique background, Dr. Crossley is a nationally and internationally-recognized expert on street drugs and chemical dependency, as well as the clinical pharmacology of dental drugs. Karen Davis, RDH, BSDH is founder of Cutting Edge Concepts®. She is a practicing dental hygienist in Dallas, a consultant with The JP Institute and an international speaker. Ms. Davis received her Bachelor of Science in dental hygiene from Midwestern State University of Wichita Falls, Texas. She has served on numerous advisory boards in the dental profession and authored many articles related to practicing comprehensively. Terry Donovan, DDS received his dental degree from the University of Alberta and his certificate in advanced prosthodontics from the University of Southern California. He is currently professor and section head for biomaterials in the Department of Operative Dentistry at the University of North Carolina School of Dentistry at Chapel Hill. Dr. Donovan has published extensively and lectured worldwide on restorative dentistry and materials science. He is past chair of the American Dental Association’s Council on Dental Materials, Instruments and Equipment.

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Denis P. Lynch, DDS, PhD received his dental degree from the University of California at San Francisco in 1976. Completing a residency in oral and maxillofacial pathology, he earned a PhD in experimental pathology from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Dr. Lynch joined the faculty of the University of Texas, Dental Branch at Houston in 1981 eventually serving as executive associate dean. In 1993, he joined the University of Tennessee Memphis College of Dentistry as executive associate dean and served as both professor of dentistry and professor of medicine. Dr. Lynch is currently associate dean for academic affairs and professor of oral and maxillofacial pathology at Marquette University School of Dentistry and a professor of dermatology at the Medical College of Wisconsin. He has written numerous scientific articles and book chapters, including co-authoring, “The Mouth: Diagnosis and Treatment.” Jason Manke is director of learning in talent development for Kalahari Resorts and Convention Centers. He received a BA in broadcast journalism before beginning a career as a golf professional. Over a 12-year period, Mr. Manke worked for PGA TOUR, The First Tee and became general manager of a nationally-ranked facility­— all before the age of 30. He then turned to developing people and formed the University of Kalahari. He is in charge of developing curriculum and teaching associates service, leadership, sales and food and beverage skills at multiple properties. Robert Margeas, DDS graduated from the University of Iowa College of Dentistry. He is in private practice and an adjunct professor in the Department of Operative Dentistry at the University of Iowa. He has written numerous articles on esthetic and implant dentistry, and lectures and presents hands-on courses nationally and internationally on those subjects. Dr. Margeas serves on the editorial advisory board of Inside Dentistry and Compendium, and is a contributing editor to Dentistry Today and Oral Health in Canada. Sherry Ortiz, RT (R), BA, MS received her master’s from Marquette University where she serves as a clinical instructor in dental radiology, including oral and maxillofacial radiography and digital imaging instruction to pre-doctoral dental. She has 10 years of prior experience in medical imaging concentrating in special procedures. Ms. Ortiz is a member of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists, the Wisconsin Society of Radiologic Technologists and is a past-president of the Wisconsin section of the American Association for Dental Research.


Speakers/Moderators Peter Pang, DDS, MAGD, MALD is an internationally-known speaker and has been published in several peer review journals. A leading expert in the use of lasers in dentistry, he has attained advanced level, mastership and educator status with the Academy of Laser Dentistry. As a past-chair of science and research (2008-2011) for ALD, Dr. Pang’s presentations come with a strong scientific foundation. He also has a family practice in Sonoma, Calif. Betsy Reynolds, RDH, MS has degrees in dental hygiene and oral biology. She has been published numerous times and is a well-respected lecturer nationwide. Ms. Reynolds’ continuing education presentations include topics involving: biologic basis for oral and systemic disease prevention; microbiological and immunological aspects of oral disease; implications of stress on oral and systemic health; oral pathological concerns; oral piercing and body modification considerations in care delivery; head and neck anatomy; and, scientific developments affecting oral health care delivery. Ma’Ann Sabino, DDS, PhD is an attending staff at Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis, Minn. and an adjunct assistant professor at the University of Minnesota, School of Dentistry. A National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research fellow, Dr. Sabino received her doctorate in neuroscience/oral biology and a certificate in oral and maxillofacial surgery. Dr. Sabino is an active member of the Committee on Continuing Education and Professional Development for the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons. Her clinical and research interests include maxillofacial trauma, surgical pathology and reconstruction, implants, and temporomandibular joint surgery. Ma’Lou Sabino, DDS is an associate professor in oral and maxillofacial surgery in the department of otolaryngology and residency program director at the Medical College of Wisconsin where she has been on the faculty since 2004. She received her doctorate in dental surgery at the University of Minnesota and completed her oral and maxillofacial surgery residency at MCW. Her clinical interests include maxillofacial trauma, pathology, reconstruction, dentoalveolar and implant surgery, osteonecrosis of the jaws and orthognathic surgery. Dr. Sabino currently focuses her clinical practice at Froedtert and the Medical College of Wisconsin Sargeant Health Center in Milwaukee.

Rhonda Savage, DDS is an internationally known author and lecturer, and CEO of the international dental training and consulting firm Miles Global. She lectures and publishes on women’s health issues, leadership and business management. A former dental assistant and front office staff member for 14 years, she understands the dynamics of success in a dental team. Dr. Savage brings a unique energy to her work. A lieutenant commander in the U. S. Navy during Desert Shield and Desert Storm, Dr. Savage received the Navy Achievement Medal and an Expert Pistol Medal which earned her the nickname of “The Beast”. Katherine Schrubbe, BSDH, M. Ed, PhD is director of quality assurance for Dental Associates of Wisconsin and an adjunct associate professor at Marquette University School of Dentistry in the Department of Clinical Services. All of her degrees were earned at Marquette University, including her doctorate in health disparities. An active member of the Organization for Safety, Asepsis and Prevention, Dr. Schrubbe has authored numerous articles on Occupational Safety and Health Administration and infection control topics. She is a frequent speaker at MUSOD continuing education courses, local and national meetings and private dental offices. Jeff Staads began his speaking career training West Point cadets during active duty as a paratrooper with the U.S. Army’s 82nd Airborne Division. As president of Business Resource Center, Mr. Staads lectures across the U.S. and internationally on communications skills, collections, sales and leadership. With more than 35 years experience in the collection industry Mr. Staads knows what works and what doesn’t. He is a frequent speaker for state and national dental associations on the topic of collections. Mr. Staads is a contributing author in the book “Motivational Selling”. He has a solo book on the topic of collections titled “57 ½ Excuses”. Jon B. Suzuki, DDS, PhD, MBA is president of the International College of Oral Implantologists. He has a presidential appointment as professor of microbiology and immunology in the school of medicine and is a professor of periodontology and oral implantology in the school of dentistry at Temple University in Philadelphia, Penn. Dr. Suzuki also serves as chairman and program director of graduate periodontology and oral implantology at Temple University. Dr. Suzuki is a current panel member and immediate past-chair of the Food and Drug Administration 9


Speakers/Moderators Dental Products Panel. He is on the faculty of the U.S. Navy National Naval Medical Command in Bethesda, Md., and holds professorships at Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., University of Maryland in Baltimore, University of Oklahoma and Maimonides University in Buenos Aires, Argentina. A past chair of the ADA Council on Scientific Affairs, Dr. Suzuki is a consultant to the Scientific Council, Practice Management Council and Commission on Dental Accreditation. Corky Willhite, DDS has a full-time private practice limited to cosmetic dentistry. He is an assistant clinical professor in the Department of Prosthodontics at Louisiana State University School of Dentistry. His experience is based on a dedication to the belief that “excellence” and “esthetics” are not only compatible, but can take dentistry to a new level of satisfaction and success. Dr. Willhite is also very active in the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and received his accreditation in 1991. He is one of only about 50 fellows in AACD out of over 7,000 academy members. A fellow in the Academy of General Dentistry, Dr. Willhite has been an officer in various dental associations, as well as serving on the groups’ committees and boards.

Moderators Carrie Aiken is compliance and consulting manager for SVA Healthcare Services. She has been involved in leading and coordinating Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act privacy and security efforts in organizations since 2002, and is a participant in the HIPAA Collaborative of Wisconsin Privacy Work Group. Ms. Aiken is also certified in Healthcare Compliance through the Health Care Compliance Association. Mark Boldt, DDS graduated from Marquette University School of Dentistry and then completed the school’s postdoctoral program in fixed and removable prosthodontics. During his residency and for 15 subsequent years, Dr. Boldt taught clinical prosthodontics to undergraduates. Jeffrey Chaffin, DDS, MPH, MHA is state dental officer in the Division of Public Health, Wisconsin Department of Health Services. Dr. Chaffin leads the Wisconsin Oral Health Program staff in promoting and improving oral health for all Wisconsin residents. Dr. Chaffin is a board certified public health dentist. He currently serves as president of the American Board of Dental Public Health.

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Jane Clark is chief operating officer for The QTI Group – a WDA-endorsed human resources agency. A University of Wisconsin law graduate, Ms. Clark practiced for six years before joining QTI 11 years ago. Matt Crespin, MPH, RDH has a master’s in public health and is currently associate director of Children’s Health Alliance of Wisconsin. Mr. Crespin provides operational support and oversees the alliance’s oral health and early literacy programs. He is involved with community water fluoridation education and advocacy in Wisconsin and nationally. Mr. Crespin led a coalition of advocates to defeat efforts to remove fluoride from the City of Milwaukee’s water which serves nearly 1 million residents. Bryan Currier is president of Advantage Technologies, an IT company focusing exclusively on dental and dental specialties. A national conference speaker, he has served on the Microsoft Partner Advisory Council. Mr. Currier has authored articles for the Doctor of Dentistry magazine and Journal of American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons. Erich Herbst, DDS graduated from the University of Illinois-Chicago Dental School and completed an oral and maxillofacial surgery residency at Cook County Hospital in Chicago. He began practicing in Baraboo, Wis. in 1987 with services including oral surgery, facial and oral reconstruction, implants, repair of facial trauma (primary and secondary), excision and immediate repair of facial cancer. Noelle Hille, RDH is a hygiene coach at Edge Advisors. She grew up in the dental office where her mom was the office manager and claims she could count teeth properly before she learned her ABCs. Prior to joining Edge, Ms. Hille was a dental hygienist in a larger dental group practice and also worked the front desk. Pete Jelacic, a wealth manager with SVA Plumb Wealth Management, LLC, has more than 25 years experience in the financial industry which includes a focus on the dental industry. Mr. Jelacic provides investment consulting, manages client portfolios and works with business owners to develop retirement and succession plans.


Speakers/Moderators Robbyn Kuester, RDH, BSDH is statewide dental sealant and fluoridation program coordinator with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. A registered dental hygienist, she assists the Oral Health Program with efforts to reduce the burden of oral diseases by focusing on promotion and implementation of school-based dental sealant and community fluoridation programs. Tanner J. McKenna, DDS lives and practices in Sun Prairie, Wis. where he is co-owner of West Prairie Dental. A graduate of the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry, Dr. McKenna completed a general practice residency in the Navy Dental Corps. He worked in both solo and large group practice settings. After leaving the Navy, Dr. McKenna had a solo practice in Madison, Wis. for seven years prior to building his new office in Sun Prairie. Eddie Morales, DDS is a Tennessee native with a private practice in Greenfield, Wis. He graduated with honors from Marquette University School of Dentistry in 2010 and pursued his periodontal training at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn. Dr. Morales is an active member of organized dentistry, including the American Dental Association, Wisconsin Dental Association, Greater Milwaukee Dental Association and American Academy of Periodontology. Sheryl Nieds, RDH is a hygiene coach at Edge Advisors. She has worked in the dental field since 1990. While part of a growing practice, she trained dental hygienists before transitioning into a dental consulting group and then joining Edge. Ms. Nieds is trained in every aspect of the dental office and knows that a one-glove-fits-all system doesn’t work. Mark Paschen, DDS is a certified senior instructor for the International Association for Orthodontics. He has spoken nationally and internationally on orthodontic practice management and sleep-breathing disorders. Dr. Paschen believes in a multidisciplinary approach to treatment and has limited his practice to treating patients for TMD, orthodontics and sleep-breathing disorders.

Ann Pearson is an online reputation managing specialist and CEO of Impressions Review Managing, a company committed to empowering small business owners to effectively manage their online reputations and harness its marketing potential. Her online reputation management and web content writing experience in the veterinary field led her to reach out to small businesses as she witnessed the positive impact on clinics’ reputations. Sari Lubotsky Schiff is with Balance Practice Development. She has more than 20 years experience in retail and real estate, human resource management, office and location development and medical and dental management and consulting. Matt Vanderloo, CPA is a senior manager for SVA Dental Services. He specializes in providing dentists financial support needed to grow their practices. Mr. Vanderloo consults on issues such as fee schedules; staffing and overhead costs; hiring an associate; designing compensation formulas; tax strategies and cash flow management; and, buy-sell agreements. Matt Vandermeuse is a dental assistant at Levine Dental in Brown Deer, Wis. He is currently enrolled in the pre-dental program at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. For the past four years, he has managed the practice’s social media and marketing efforts. Dr. Paul Levine and Matt have presented similar topics to fourth-year classes at MUSOD. Jodi Welsch has worked in the dental field for 34 years. She has served as a dental assistant, office manager, software trainer, seminar speaker and, most recently, a dental practice coach. She currently assists offices with practice management issues and provides technology guidance. Her knowledge, professional passion and willingness to grow in dentistry makes her well-respected by the office teams she assists.

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Continuing Education

Thursday, Nov. 13 Program #100 Street Drugs & Their Impact on You, Your Family and Your Dental Practice! Dr. Harold Crossley Time: CE credits: Audience:

8 – 11 a.m 3 All

The dental team is in a unique position, providing dental care to a patient population that may include regular drug users or those who experiment with mood-altering drugs. This brutally honest, graphic presentation takes attendees from the street to the office to help in identifying and managing the substance-abusing patient. Discussion includes origins, types and mechanisms of action. Find out what “lean”, “whippets”, “parachuting”, “spice diamond and gold” are and learn about other popular street drugs. Learning objectives: • Recognize signs and symptoms of commonly abused prescription and illicit drugs in patients, including adolescents • Know what questions to ask patients to avoid interactions with street drugs • How to manage the chemically-dependent patient

Program #101 All Ceramic Restorations from A - Z Dr. Robert Margeas Time: CE credits: Audience:

8 – 11 a.m 3 Dentists

Get the latest on different ceramic systems from lithium disilicate to zirconia. Topics include knowing when to choose one product over the other and what needs to be bonded vs. cemented. Numerous clinical cases will be shown stepby-step for maximum learning. Cases will include porcelain veneers, e.max crowns, zirconia crowns and bridges. Learning objectives: • Choosing bond vs. cement restorations • Different classes of adhesives and cements • Different classes of ceramics • Achieving maximum esthetics

Program #102 Introduction to Periodontal Surgery

(Prerequisite for Dr. Suzuki’s hands-on courses on Friday.) Dr. Jon Suzuki Time: CE credits: Audience:

8 – 11 a.m 3 Dentists (56 maximum attendance)

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patient, including precautions for those on antiresorptive therapies (oral and IV bisphosphonates), will be discussed. The scope of periodontal surgery is highlighted with an emphasis on flap and crown lengthening surgery, mucogingival surgery and ridge preservation – bone grafting surgery. Periodontal surgical instrumentation, sequencing and initial incisions for each procedure are illustrated with artists’ sketches, patients’ clinical images and video. Postoperative care and complications are presented. Learning objectives: • Identify relative and absolute contraindications for periodontal surgery based upon medical and medication history • Develop a treatment plan for selected periodontal procedures, including flap and crown lengthening, mucogingival surgery and ridge preservation • Sequence periodontal surgical instrumentation and flap management • Direct post-operative care and manage potential complications

Program #103 Integration of Antioxidant Arsenals and Oral Cancer Screenings - Are You There Yet? Karen Davis, RDH, BSDH Time: CE credits: Audience:

8 – 11 a.m 3 Dental Hygienists

Treating active disease is one pathway to improved health, but incorporation of antioxidant arsenals into treatment protocols creates a synergistic potential for today’s dental patient to enjoy optimal health. Elevated levels of oxidative stress are implicated in chronic systemic diseases, oral disease and oral cancer. Learn how incorporating antioxidants can offset oxidative stress and how incorporation of adjunctive oral cancer screening technology can save lives. This course narrows the focus to these two areas often underutilized in dental practices. Are you maximizing your services to your patients? Learning objectives: • How to integrate topical antioxidants that can improve tissue appearance and reduce inflammatory response • Why early detection of oral cancer should be “standard of care” • Benefits of integrating adjunctive oral cancer screening technologies • How cutting-edge services build patient loyalty

Program #104 You Cannot Not Communicate Jeff Staads Time: CE credits: Audience:

8 – 11 a.m 3 (non-clinical) All

Communication takes place every day in every situation involving another person. We recognize it most readily when


Continuing Education words are used. Besides the words we choose and use, messages are always being sent. Your dress, your body language, your self-image -- all send messages. Are the messages received the same ones we think we are sending? Take a lighthearted look at how effective communication skills affect the way we communicate. Learning objectives: • Learn how to communicate with others more effectively, better solve problems and improve attitudes • Learn what messages you’re sending, besides those you speak

Program #105

Hands-On/Participation Fee: $50

AHA HeartsaverTM CPR/AED First Aid Plus Time: CE credits: Audience:

8 – 11 a.m 3 (This course meets State of Wisconsin licensure requirements.) All (60 maximum attendance)

AHA Heartsaver™ CPR/AED covers current content and science from the American Heart Association guidelines and materials pertaining to performance of CPR and AED use. Instruction is conducted by First Aid Plus, an AHA Training Center. This course teaches: • Adult and child CPR • Use of an AED • Relief of choking in adults and children • Use of pocket mask

Program #106

Hands-On Cadaver Course/Participation Fee: $75

Head and Neck Anatomy: An Inside Look Speaker To Be Announced Time: CE credits: Audience:

8:30 – 11:30 a.m. This course is at the Medical College of Wisconsin; shuttle bus available. 3 Dentists, Dental Hygienists (28 maximum attendance)

Program #107 Clues to Your Patients’ Health: The Most Common Physician-Prescribed Medicines Dr. Harold Crossley Time: CE credits: Audience:

1:30 – 4:30 p.m. 3 Dentists, Dental Hygienists

Are there any medications used in your dental office that could adversely interact with drugs a patient is taking? Do any of a patient’s medications cause adverse oral manifestations? Familiarity with these drugs will provide you with a better appreciation for the health profile of today’s dental patient and minimize liability from adverse drug interactions. Indications, contraindications and side effects of the most commonly prescribed medications will be addressed. Learning objectives: • Know the medications that could adversely interact with dental drugs • Understand why patients are taking certain medications • Learn the oral side effects that may be caused by these drugs • Know the maximum doses for commonly prescribed pain medications

Program #108 Everyday Composite Resins and Immediate Placement and Provisionalization of Implants Dr. Robert Margeas Time: CE credits: Audience:

1:30 – 4:30 p.m. 3 Dentists

This course addresses different clinical indications for use of composite resin in the everyday practice. Numerous cases will be shared covering direct veneers, class IV restorations, diastema closures and others. Detail will be provided on how to determine when to do immediate implants and how to restore the same day using a patient’s natural tooth. Clinical indications will be discussed, so information learned can be incorporated immediately into your practice. Learning objectives: • How to layer composites for maximum esthetics • Diastema closure freehand technique for preventing ledging and overhangs • Finishing and polishing composites with maximum surface texturing • Immediate provisionalization of implants utilizing patient’s natural tooth • Key determinants in deciding when to provisionalize implants

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Continuing Education Program #109 Contemporary Clinical Periodontics 2014 Dr. Jon Suzuki Assisted by Kevin Suzuki, DMD, MS Time: CE credits: Audience:

1:30 – 4:30 p.m. 3 Dentists, Dental Hygienists

New trends and concepts in periodontal diagnosis and treatment planning will be emphasized. Concepts of pathogenesis and immunology related to periodontal diseases will be presented with extensions to systemic diseases and conditions. Case presentations will include non-surgical and surgical periodontal therapies, implant site preparation and ridge preservation surgeries. Learning objectives: • Understand new trends in periodontal diagnosis • Understand surgical and non-surgical therapies • Proper implant site preparation

Program #110 The Ultimate Esthetics Course Dr. Corky Willhite Time: CE credits: Audience:

1:30 – 4:30 p.m. 3 Dentists, Assistants

Composite is the most versatile material available for making minor and major changes in dental appearance. With proper technique, the function and longevity of composite rivals porcelain while providing benefits other materials can’t match. So, why are so few dentists maximizing this potential? A dentist’s success with basic operative restorations doesn’t always translate into success with more complex freehand restorations and full resin veneers. This comprehensive seminar offers an organized, step-by-step approach that includes operative technique, as well as vital diagnostic and marketing skills to achieve “Ultimate Esthetics” with composite bonding. Learning objectives: • Step-by-step procedure for individual tooth changes (e.g., color change, class IVs) • Layering -- understand when and why to use each material, including tints and opaquers • Practical occlusal principles for maximizing longevity • Polishing technique for incredibly natural finish

Program #111 Think Outside the Mouth - Treatment Planning for Nonsurgical Periodontal Treatment Karen Davis, RDH, BSDH Time: CE credits: Audience:

1:30 – 4:30 p.m. 3 Dental Hygienists

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make up a high percentage of procedures provided in dental practices today. This course examines current oral/ systemic information that should impact nonsurgical treatment decisions and equip participants for early diagnosis, risk assessment, customized treatment planning and case acceptance of periodontal therapy. This course emphasizes successful enrollment of existing patients that present with chronic periodontal diseases. Learning objectives: • How to merge current oral and systemic science into treatment planning decisions • Benefits of incorporating salivary diagnostics and genetic testing into risk assessments and treatment planning • How to incorporate wellness education and reduction of risk factors into treatment plans for treating localized and generalized periodontal infection • How to assist patients in maximizing insurance for treatment without allowing insurance to dictate health • Why periodontal maintenance must follow active therapy • The role of subgingival air-polishing in biofilm removal

Program #112 Get Your “Ask” in Gear – Healthcare Collection Training Jeff Staads Time: CE credits: Audience:

1:30 – 4:30 p.m. 3 (non-clinical) Office Staff

Each day an account ages, you lose money and the likelihood of collection drastically decreases. Collect more money owed to you quicker, cheaper, with greater confidence and without using a collection agency. This high-energy collections training workshop shows you how to increase your bottom line and keep patients satisfied. Learning objectives: • How to collect more money up front at time of service • How to create profitable payment arrangements • How to collect delinquent accounts

Program #113

Hands-On/Participation Fee: $50

AHA HeartsaverTM CPR/AED First Aid Plus Time: CE credits: Audience:

1:30 – 4:30 p.m. 3 (This course meets State of Wisconsin licensure requirements.) All (60 maximum attendance)

AHA Heartsaver™ CPR/AED covers current content and science from the American Heart Association guidelines and materials pertaining to performance of CPR and AED use. Instruction is conducted by First Aid Plus, an AHA Training Center. This course teaches: • Adult and child CPR


Continuing Education • Use of an AED • Relief of choking in adults and children • Use of pocket mask

Program #114 Hands-On Cadaver Course Time: CE credits: Audience:

Participation Fee: $300

Biopsy Techniques for the General Practitioner Dr. Denis Lynch 2 - 5 p.m. This course is at the Medical College of Wisconsin; shuttle bus available. 3 Dentists (28 maximum attendance)

This course will provide the general dentist with hands-on experiences in oral mucosal and soft-tissue biopsy techniques. Attention will be placed on the use of appropriate instruments, biopsy site selection, tissue procurement, specimen fixation and the relationship with the pathology laboratory. Learning objectives: • Know the indications for excisional versus incisional biopsy • Safely and effectively perform a mucosal punch biopsy • Safely and effectively perform an excisional soft-tissue biopsy

Program #115 Beyond Expectations Jason Manke Time: CE credits: Audience:

2 – 3:30 p.m. 1.5 (non-clinical) Exhibitors, but open to everyone

This course gives life to the little things we do for others and the reasons behind these actions. Everything you do and every interaction with someone may mean more to them than you may ever realize. But, it’s not just about being a good human, it’s also about growing your business – one seemingly insignificant moment at a time. This course is about sharing moments that inspire, think, laugh and move us to action.

Friday, Nov. 14 Program #116 Full Circle Endodontics Dr. Alejandro Aguirre Time: CE credits: Audience:

8 – 10 a.m. 2 Dentists

Successful root canals start with adequate training followed by a diagnosis, access, shaping, cleaning, obturating, re-

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Continuing Education storing the tooth and back to training. This is the circle that we want to achieve. There is always room for improvement, and as we improve we can move on to do more difficult cases. Our patients are better served when we become better clinicians. This lecture will touch every single aspect of the circle and give you the tools to start improving right away. Learning objectives: • Gather data in a systematic manner and arrive at an accurate evidence-based diagnosis • Have a working knowledge of the steps to accomplish a properly instrumented and obturated root canal on any tooth • Evaluate and give an educated prognosis of an endodontically-involved tooth

Program #117A

Hands-On/Participation Fee: $50

OR Program #117B Time:

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Hands-On/Participation Fee: $50

Introducing and Illuminating Lasers & CAD/CAM Dr. Peter Pang #117A 8 – 10 a.m. AND 1 – 3 p.m. OR #117B 8 – 10 a.m. AND 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. (Note: Large group morning lecture is prerequisite for one of the two small-group, handson afternoon sessions.)

CE credits: Audience:

4 Dentists, Assistants (14 per session for 28 maximum attendance)

Dr. Pang brought to you in partnership with Edge Advisors. CERAC brought to you in partnership with Patterson Dental. E4D and CAO lasers brought to you in partnership with Henry Schein Dental.

Confused over which laser works? Need an update on laser technology? Has CAD/CAM in dentistry reached a point that can help your practice? This course addresses the benefits of laser use in dentistry and dental hygiene and proper laser technique for simple wound healing and soft tissue gingivectomies. Use of CAD/CAM scanning techniques and case design on CERAC and E4D machines will be demonstrated. Participants will practice laser techniques on pig jaws. Learning objectives: • Understand the different types of dental lasers and their uses • Understand techniques to avoid complications from using dental lasers • Proper use of lasers


Continuing Education Program #118 Your Fantastic Dental Team, What Makes it Work? Dr. Rhonda Savage Time: CE credits: Audience:

8 – 10 a.m. 2 (non-clinical) All

This lively session outlines the common thread among top dental offices that have the finest care along with a happy, productive work environment and a healthy bottom line! They are a winning T.E.A.M. thanks to: T - Time to train and teach: Patient education and verbal skills E - Expectations, we all have them for ourselves and our team; communication is key! A - Accountability provides for a successful practice M - Motivation: When morale goes up, the practice goes up! Learning objectives: • Attain clinical excellence through comprehensive treatment planning • Attract and retain the ideal dental team • Four best scheduling tips • Key elements to effective communications • Systems of a successful practice: Hygiene, reactivation, accounts receivable • Build fun and excitement into your practice!

Program #119 Science of Suppression: Understanding the Immune System Betsy Reynolds, RDH, MS Time: CE credits: Audience:

8 – 10 a.m. 2 Dental Hygienists

Immunology is an evolving science integral to our understanding of health and disease. New discoveries and challenges help us see the immune system as phenomenal, amazing and perplexing. This course offers a basis for comprehending the important roles immunity plays in maintaining oral and systemic health and well-being. Autoimmune disorders and diseases affecting immune response are included. Participants are encouraged to attend this seminar with a sense of wonder and will leave with information that helps explain clinical manifestations of the immune response. Laugh and learn as we take on this often daunting science! Learning objectives: • Differentiate between innate (natural) and acquired (humoral) immunity • Recognize roles of various cells in mounting an immune response • Understand immune hypersensitivity reactions and their clinical ramifications • Identify oral and systemic ramifications of autoimmune disorders

Program #120 Transitional Bonding

(Strongly recommended if taking either of Dr. Willhite’s hands-on programs; also open to those not taking handson.)

Dr. Corky Willhite Time: CE credits: Audience:

8:30 – 11:30 a.m. 3 Dentists, Assistants

Composite is the most versatile material available for making minor or major changes in dental appearance. With proper technique, the function and longevity of composite rivals porcelain while providing benefits other materials can’t match. So why are so few dentists maximizing this potential? A dentist’s success with basic operative restorations doesn’t always translate into success with more complex, freehand restorations and full-resin veneers. This comprehensive seminar shares an organized, step-by-step approach that includes operative technique, as well as vital diagnostic and marketing skills to achieve “Ultimate Esthetics” with composite bonding. Learning objectives: • Step-by-step procedure for individual tooth changes (e.g., color change, class IVs) • Layering - understand when and why to use each material, including tints and opaquers • Practical occlusal principles for maximizing longevity • Polishing technique for an incredibly natural finish

Program #121 Restoration of the Worn Dentition Dr. Terry Donovan Time: CE credits: Audience:

8:30 – 11:30 a.m. AND 2 – 5 p.m. (All-day program) 6 Dentists, Assistants

The number of patients presenting to dental offices with excessive loss of tooth structure is clearly increasing. Loss of tooth structure is often multi-factorial and all potential etiologies of the wear must be considered before tackling extensive rehabilitative procedures. This presentation analyzes various causes of tooth structure loss, presents strategies for preventing further loss and suggests reconstructive procedures for replacing lost tooth structure. Topics include: • Relative roles of chemical erosion and bruxism in patients with excessive loss of tooth structure • Intrinsic versus extrinsic erosion • Etiology and management of bruxism • Controversy surrounding occlusal vertical dimension • Materials considerations for restoration of worn dentition • Abfraction: Fact or fiction • Critical analysis of current all-ceramic alternatives to PFM 17


Continuing Education Learning objectives: • Recognize clinical signs of chemical erosion at early stage and implement appropriate preventive strategies • Understand etiology and treatment options for bruxism • Know when and how to open vertical dimension of occlusion for patients exhibiting extreme wear • Understand multifactorial etiology of non-carious cervical lesions and options for treatment when indicated • Understand complex multidisciplinary procedures for treating patients with worn dentitions • Choosing the optimum ceramic system to meet patient needs in specific clinical situations

Time: CE credits: Audience:

Program #122

Hands-On Cadaver Course/Participation Fee: $300

Periodontal Surgery: Flap, Crown Lengthening and Mucogingival Surgery for Augmentation of Keratinized Gingiva Dr. Jon Suzuki Assisted by Kevin Suzuki, DMD, MS 8:30 – 11:30 a.m. This course is at the Medical College of Wisconsin; shuttle bus available. 3 Dentists (28 maximum attendance)

Sponsored, in part, by Hu-Friedy and BioHorizons Surgical enhancement of sound tooth structure is frequently a critical component of restorative and prosthetic dentistry. In addition, crown lengthening surgery may improve gingival esthetics in selected cases. Osseous re-contouring may be a necessary component of crown lengthening surgery. Prosthetic and Implant treatment planning may require augmentation of keratinized gingiva. Free gingival graft surgery (not root coverage) using Alloderm will be included in this workshop. This hands-on course, coupled with case reports, will provide practical clinical experience for treatment planning and execution of crown lengthening and mucogingival surgeries. Learning objectives: • Indications and contraindications for periodontal surgery • How to perform incisions, flap elevation, flap positioning, osseous reduction, mucogingival surgeries and suturing • Manage periodontal surgical patients in the post-operative phase • Discuss consent forms, insurance, post-operative care and nutritional instructions

Program #123 When Dreams Become Reality Jeff Staads Time: CE credits: Audience:

10:15 – 11:45 a.m. - ILS Alternative 1.5 (non-clinical) All

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what actions must be taken to achieve those goals. This program is an excellent resource for creating individual, team and department goals everyone can support.

Program #124 Personal Stress Management Jeff Staads Time: CE credits: Audience:

1:45 – 3:15 p.m. – ILS Alternative 1.5 All

Duties! Responsibilities! Pressure! Put that stress in a healthy perspective through seminars that encourage everyone to reflect and discuss the realities of the “daily grind”. Learn how to work and deal with difficult people. (Not you, other people.)

Program #125

Dr. Corky Willhite

Hands-On/Participation Fee: $50

Adding Incisal Length for Function and Esthetics

(Taking Transitional Bonding lecture in morning session is strongly recommended.) Time: CE credits: Audience:

2 – 5 p.m. 3 Dentists (30 maximum attendance)

This program is for the dentist who wants to offer a more practical, affordable option to patients who traditionally would be prepped for porcelain restorations to add incisal length to small or worn teeth. This experience will help you to immediately improve traditional resin restorations and understand how to use composite in situations typically only done in porcelain. Participants will complete their own composite restorations featuring one of the most common situations - making a worn tooth look longer and function better. Learning objectives: • Step-by-step procedure for lengthening a tooth to build or restore anterior guidance, while achieving natural beauty in a composite restoration with little or no prep • Build functional incisal anatomy using a practical template technique (i.e.,putty index) • Understand how composite materials are handled for results that will look great for years • Polishing technique for an incredibly natural finish

Time: CE credits: Audience:

Program #126

Hands-On Cadaver Course/Participation Fee: $300 Ridge Preservation for Esthetics, Prosthetics and Implant Placement Dr. Jon Suzuki Assisted by Kevin Suzuki, DMD, MS 2 – 5 p.m. This course is at the Medical College of Wisconsin; shuttle bus available. 3 Dentists (28 maximum attendance)


Continuing Education Each year in the US, millions of teeth are extracted due to conditions such as caries, trauma and advanced periodontal disease. Extraction site grafting and ridge preservation procedures offer significant advantages to the patient and the dental practice, but many dentists still aren’t taking advantage of the benefits these procedures offer their patients. Tooth extraction without concomitant socket grafting results in osseous deformities of the alveolar ridge, such as reduced height and width. This makes subsequent management of esthetics, prosthetics and implant placement very challenging. Socket grafting using bone grafts has been shown to significantly reduce bone loss, maintain ridge dimensions and enhance the clinician’s ability to provide esthetically and functionally satisfying restorations. This course will provide an understanding of site development principles and bone grafting protocols leading to an optimal foundation for esthetics, prosthetics and implant success. Attendees will gain the skill sets necessary to achieve predictable hard tissue augmentation and work with grafting products and membranes in a hands-on setting. Learning objectives: • Know the principles of successful hard tissue augmentation • Learn the steps of extraction socket grafting and ridge preservation • Learn the instrumentation for successful surgical bone augmentation • Select appropriate bone graft materials • Hands-on extraction socket grafting utilizing instructed technique o Site development o Extraction o Bone graft placement o Membrane placement o Suture technique

Know what you’re getting, who is making it, and where it’s coming from.

Program #127 The Meat and Potatoes of Endodontic Treatment or… How the Heck Can I Get Out of This?! Dr. Alejandro Aguirre Time: CE credits: Audience:

3:30 – 5:30 p.m. 2 Dentists

Building confidence is hard sometimes when we do not have the perfect patient with the perfect tooth to do endodontic therapy. This lecture will help you build confidence, so you can tackle those not-so-perfect situations, avoid legal entanglements, problem solve and become familiar with the National Dental Practice-Based Research Network (NDPBRN). Clinical cases will be reviewed and practical tips shared to help attendees arrive at the promised land… the apex. Learning objectives: • Be able to identify potential problems that may happen during endodontic treatment and know possible solutions to address • Know how to avoid legal entanglements with patients • Get practical tips and techniques for navigating the clinical aspects of endodontic therapy from diagnosis to obturation

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Continuing Education Program #128 The “Savage” Front Desk: A Successful Team Approach Dr. Rhonda Savage Time: CE credits: Audience:

3:30 – 5:30 p.m. 2 (non-clinical) Assistants, Office Team

Some dental practices thrive with limited stress. Others struggle with managing their budget, overhead and overall systems. The difference is a unique, success-driven team approach! Systems are key to ensuring a healthy bottom line! Dr. Savage will guide you and your front office through the ins and outs of what it takes to implement a fool-proof front desk. These systems are key to top-tier practices and their success! Learn where to grow and streamline the business; you can do it and we will show you how! Learning objectives: • The patient’s experience • The existing patient with extensive needs • Patient self-esteem: Increasing case acceptance with great verbal skills • Scheduling and reviewing broken appointments • Hygiene department effectiveness • Clearly-defined financial policies

Program #129 Hormones, Heart, Health & Hygiene Betsy Reynolds, RDH, MS Time: CE credits: Audience:

3:30 – 5:30 p.m 2 Dental Hygienists

This course is designed to enlighten audience members on how gender-specific issues impact women’s oral and systemic health. Discussion of hormonal gingivitis, the impact of periodontal diseases on pregnancy outcomes and other oral maladies associated with hormonal fluctuations will be included. An in-depth look at how oral inflammation impacts heart attack and stroke incidence will be presented in conjunction with treatment protocols designed to positively impact cardiovascular health. Gender-specific issues relating to the stress response and its affect on the immune system will help participants understand the impact stress has on oral and overall health. Learn, laugh and leave the course with valuable information on how dental hygiene care can make a positive difference in the health and wellbeing of your female patients. Learning objectives: • Understand the roles of progesterone and estrogen in oral inflammation • Recognize the impact of oral inflammation on pregnancy outcomes • Discuss the link between inflammation and heightened cardiovascular risk • Understand gender differences in responding to stress • Discuss home care options for reducing inflammation in the female, dental hygiene patient 20

Friday, Nov. 14

INTERACTIVE LEARNING SESSIONS 10:15 – 11:45 a.m. (a) OR 1:45 – 3:15 p.m. (p)

Program #200a or #200p Treating Patients for Sleep-Breathing Disorders: The Parameters and Ethical Implications Dr. Mark Paschen Time: CE credits: Audience:

10:15 – 11:45 a.m. (a) OR 1:45 – 3:15 p.m. (p) 1.5 Dentists

Treating sleep-breathing disorders is more than just “putting a snoring appliance into a patient’s mouth.” Dr. Paschen will discuss correct practice parameters and protocols for coordinating with physicians and providing patients the best possible treatment outcomes. If you are interested in properly screening and/or treating patients for sleep-breathing disorders, or if you are curious about why dentists get involved with a medical problem that is growing exponentially then you need to attend this session. Learning objectives: • Learn how to properly screen patients for sleep-breathing disorders • Understand importance of working with physicians when treating sleep-breathing disorders • Learn proper protocols, requirements and expectations for treating patients with dental sleep appliances

Program #201a or #201p Methods for Implant Temporization; Helping the Tissue and the Surgeon Dr. Mark Boldt Time: CE credits: Audience:

10:15 – 11:45 a.m. (a) OR 1:45 – 3:15 p.m. (p) 1.5 All

Implant dentistry requires coordination between the surgical and restorative phases of care. Various temporary methods and techniques can be incorporated into the treatment plan to enhance soft tissue development and to provide a smooth transition from teeth to final implant restoration for the patient and surgeon. Several cases and step-by-step procedures will be used to demonstrate available options. Learning objectives: • Understand ways to temporize implant patients in order to increase soft tissue’s esthetic profile • Understand immediate temporary fabrication for single anterior tooth • Discuss phasing care to help patient acceptance of comprehensive treatment


Continuing Education Program #202a or #202p Soft Tissue Grafting and Periodontal Plastic Surgery Dr. Eddie Morales Time: CE credits: Audience:

10:15 – 11:45 a.m. (a) OR 1:45 – 3:15 p.m. (p) 1.5 Dentists

Soft tissue grafts can benefit patients esthetically, as well as provide long-term stability against further recession. Session includes discussion of diagnosis and treatment of soft tissue defects. Dr. Morales will discuss cases and review surgical treatment. Attendees will leave able to better discuss soft tissue procedures with their patients. Learning objectives: • Review soft tissue management and diagnosis of the orthodontic, periodontally-involved and implant patient • Review different treatment modalities for soft tissue defects – and when each is used • Discussion of cases to help practitioners and staff make treatment recommendations

Program #203a or #203p Keys to Success for the New Dentist Dr. Tanner McKenna Time: CE credits: Audience:

10:15 – 11:45 a.m. (a) OR 1:45 – 3:15 p.m. (p) 1.5 Dentists

Community water fluoridation (CWF) is an evidence-based prevention method for dental caries. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recognizes CWF as one the 10 greatest public health achievements of the 20th century. This prevention program has improved the oral health of Wisconsin residents since 1946. Today, almost 90 percent of state residents on community water systems have access to optimally fluoridated water. However, despite overwhelming scientific evidence supporting CWF benefits and safety, opposition persists in Wisconsin and across the country. The opposition is well organized and has developed strategies and tactics that are effective at dispensing false information. The result has been an increase in the number of Wisconsin residents without access to CWF’s benefits. The oral health workforce needs to be prepared to overcome the opposition and misinformation that is rapidly circulated, so as to better help defend CWF’s public health benefits in their communities. Learning objectives: • Educate attendees on the evidence and science of CWF • Recognize examples of the type of myths spread by anti-fluoridationists • Learn how to respond to CWF opposition

Program #205a WDA Component Officer Forum Time: CE credits: Audience:

10:15 – 11:45 a.m. MORNING ONLY 1.5 WDA Component Society Officers Only

Starting in practice, whether right out of school or venturing out on one’s own, is a daunting task. Having a clear understanding of the desired practice and results can significantly influence successful practice and life outcomes. Using a round table discussion format,explore how to handle success and shape professional and personal lives to provide desired outcomes. This discussion is intended for all dentists, but is especially focused on new and recent graduates and dentists curious about changing their current practice scenario.

This forum is for current and incoming local dental society officers. An open discussion with WDA Executive Director Mark Paget and Member Relations Coordinator Betsy Krekling will enable you to share best practices, learn what works in other societies and address pressing issues in your component.

Learning objectives: • Leave with a clear understanding of the personal definition of professional success • Identify areas where an individual can shape their practice to obtain success • Learn to identify professional and personal life distractions that prevent success

Time: CE credits: Audience:

Program #204a or #204p “Talking” Water Fluoridation Dr. Jeffrey Chaffin; Matt Crespin, MPH, RDH; Robbyn Kuester, RDH, BSDH Time: CE credits: Audience:

Program #206p Mega Topic Discussion – Subject To Be Determined in September 1:45 – 3:15 p.m. (p) AFTERNOON ONLY 1.5 All WDA Members

A current “hot” topic or issue will be selected to provide a better understanding of how it impacts you, your practice and, if applicable, the WDA’s position and plans to address. WDA Director of Government Services Mara Brooks will moderate a panel of WDA leaders and/or outside experts on the chosen topic; a question and answer session will follow. Previous topics have included the Affordable Care Act, expanded function dental auxiliaries and midlevel providers.

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Continuing Education Program #207a or #207p Brush Up on Buying and Selling a Dental Practice Matt Vanderloo Time: CE credits: Audience:

10:15 – 11:45 a.m. (a) OR 1:45 – 3:15 p.m. (p) 1.5 Dentists

This session is for dentists looking to purchase or sell a dental practice. Sellers will learn: • How to get a practice ready for sale • Factors that raise practice value • How to time the sale of a practice • Tax strategies for allocating sale price Buyers will learn: • How to evaluate a practice’s fair-market value • Factors to consider when buying a practice • When to buy a practice • Tax implications of a practice purchase

Program #208a or #208p Patient Experience and the Team Approach Sari Lubotsky Schiff Time: CE credits: Audience:

10:15 – 11:45 a.m. (a) OR 1:45 – 3:15 p.m. (p) 1.5 All

Discuss how the team can help grow a practice and bring in more new patients. Improved methods for treatment acceptance and completion will also be covered.

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Learning objectives: • Understand how patient experience leads to treatment acceptance and new patients • Understand how team effort is the best internal and external marketing tool available • Learn how to increase patient referrals and new patients

Program #209a or #209p Maximizing Your Financial Position throughout Your Career - The Four Phases of a Dentist’s Career Pete Jelacic Time: CE credits: Audience:

10:15 – 11:45 a.m. (a) OR 1:45 – 3:15 p.m. (p) 1.5 Dentists

This session addresses the four financial phases of a dentist’s career and the financial strategies involved at each phase. Learning objectives: • Provide dentists the financial strategies necessary to go from the early stages of their career to their retirement stage. • Make dentists aware of the different strategies to focus on during each financial phase of their career. • Provide actionable takeaways for dentists at any stage of their career.


Continuing Education Program #210a or #210p H.R. Basics for Your Practice: Employee Handbooks, Personnel Files and Exempt vs. Non-Exempt Classification Jane Clark Time: CE credits: Audience:

10:15 – 11:45 a.m. (a) OR 1:45 – 3:15 p.m. (p) 1.5 Dentists, Office Managers/HR Staff

This session reviews human resource basics for the practice owner. Necessary components of a proper employee handbook, how to properly maintain employee files and how to classify employees in terms of the Fair Labor Standards Act will be discussed. This program will boost attendees’ understanding of compliance with federal, state and local employment regulations. Learning objectives: • Learn how to maintain employees’ files • Become familiar with best practices and policies for employee handbooks • Learn how to properly classify employees in terms of FLSA and overtime eligibility

Program #211a or #211p Digital DNA: Cloud Computing Bryan Currier Time: CE credits: Audience:

10:15 – 11:45 a.m. (a) OR 1:45 – 3:15 p.m. (p) 1.5 All

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An objective overview of utilization by today’s practice to enhance information-technology system reliability, reduce costs and increase profitability. Special attention is paid to workflow and technical considerations and integration challenges. Materials are non-vendor specific and take a scientific, rather than product-centered approach. Learning objectives: • Provide overview of how to effectively integrate relevant technology into dental practices • Learn how to immediately implement and integrate applicable information into a practice • Identify information that can be extrapolated for unique offices and used to benefit patients

Program #212a or #212p Social Media and the Dental Practice Matt Vandermeuse Time: CE credits: Audience:

10:15 – 11:45 a.m. (a) OR 1:45 – 3:15 p.m. (p) 1.5 All

Discuss major social media outlets and their impact on the modern dental practice. Learn how social media can grow a practice, relate to existing patients and expand the professional network. Learning objectives: • Understand social media outlets and how to use them

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Continuing Education • Understand the impact social media can have on existing patient base and web search engine optimization • Develop simple plan for getting started on Facebook, Twitter and Google+

Program #213a or #213p HIPAA - Keeping Your Program Current Carrie Aiken, CHC Time: CE credits: Audience:

10:15 – 11:45 a.m. (a) OR 1:45 – 3:15 p.m. (p) 1.5 All

Keeping your Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act program current in light of new rules and technology is critical with renewed scrutiny and emphasis on penalties by the Office of Civil Rights. Evaluate program content against industry standards and re-examine privacy and security vulnerabilities faced by dental practices. Learning objectives: • Review existing rules with emphasis on implementation of 2013 HITECH standards • Discuss common vulnerabilities • Practice HIPAA privacy and security exercises that apply to dental practices

Program #215a or #215p What Can a Soft-tissue Laser Do for Your Practice? Noelle Hille, RDH; Sheryl Nieds, RDH

Time: CE credits: Audience:

10:15 – 11:45 a.m. (a) OR 1:45 – 3:15 p.m. (p) 1.5 Credits (This course DOES NOT meet State of Wisconsin RDH laser certification requirements.) Dentists, Dental Hygienists

If you are trying to decide if a laser is right for your office, particularly in your hygiene department, then you’ll want to be part of this discussion. Learning objectives: • Different soft-tissue laser procedures • How to identify when a laser is an appropriate adjunct for your patient • How to develop a treatment plan and discuss lasers with your patients

Program #216a or 216p Online Reputation Managing – Word of Mouth Gone Viral Ann Pearson Time: CE credits: Audience: 24

10:15 – 11:45 a.m. (a) OR 1:45 – 3:15 p.m. (p) 1.5 All

Ninety-seven percent of consumers use online media when researching products or services and approximately 79 percent of consumers say they trust online reviews as much as a personal recommendation. Online reviews impact the attraction of new clients, and Google star ratings determine whether prospective clients will even click on the link to your website. No-cost strategies are available for managing a dental practice’s online reputation to increase a practice website’s Google ranking and appeal to prospective clients. Take control of your online reputation! Learning objectives: • Discuss which review websites are most important to monitor • Demonstrate how to claim and update information on the major review websites • Discuss the impact of responding to both negative and positive review postings and learn how to respond

Program #217a or #217p Patient Tracking and Evaluation Jodi Welsch Time: CE credits: Audience:

10:15 – 11:45 a.m. (a) OR 1:45 – 3:15 p.m. (p) 1.5 All

The “crack” in the office is getting “wider”! Many practices are concerned with patient retention and treatment follow through. Prevent patients from falling through the cracks with recall, treatment acceptance and new patient follow through. Learn simple and productive steps for tracking a patient base. See results within 30 days! Learning objectives: • Identify “cracks” in the dental practice • Learn steps for tangible and easy to manage tracking • Close the “cracks” and increase production in 30 days

Program #218a or #218p Dental Office Maintenance Jeff Winters; Dick Johnson Time: CE credits: Audience:

10:15 – 11:45 a.m. (a) OR 1:45 – 3:15 p.m. (p) 1.5 All

Just like preventive dentistry helps patients maintain good oral health, preventive maintenance in a dental office can help keep equipment running smoothly with less down time. Basic maintenance and repairs will be covered, including how to keep sterilizers, compressors and vacuums running smoothly. Learning objectives: • Learn how to perform simple sterilizer maintenance • Know compressor and vacuum basics


Continuing Education Program #219a or #219p Socket Preservation and Basic Bone Grafting for Implants Erich Herbst, DDS Time: CE credits: Audience:

10:15 – 11:45 a.m. (a) OR 1:45 – 3:15 p.m. (p) 1.5 Dentists

A demonstration of bone grafting techniques for immediate and delayed placement of dental implants will be followed by discussion of various bone graft materials and barrier membranes. Guidelines for techniques and material choices based on time and cost will also be addressed. Learning Objectives: • Learn how to easily perform socket preservation • Learn how to choose and use appropriate bone graft materials • Learn when to use barrier membranes

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trol guidelines as they apply to dental health care settings. Time is devoted to Bloodborne Pathogens and revised Hazard Communication Standards as related to the practice of dentistry, as well as Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Guidelines for Infection Control in Dental Health Care Settings. Rationale is provided for compliance through an evidence-based approach. Includes an overview of current events, supportive literature, information on emerging and re-emerging diseases and new information related to prevalent risks associated with dental health care delivery. Learning objectives: • Understand the distinction between OSHA and CDC • Recognize importance of integrating Bloodborne Pathogen and Hazard Communication Standards into the practice of dentistry • Understand importance of compliance to current infection control guidelines and recommendations that reduce occupational risk to dental health care providers and promote patient safety

Program #132 Current Concepts in Dentistry - 2014 Dr. Ma’Ann Sabino and Dr. Ma’Lou Sabino

Program #130

Open Wide! A Practical, Reversible Technique to Increase VDO

Time: CE credits: Audience:

Dr. Corky Willhite

This fast-paced course covers a diversity of topics important to every general practitioner and specialist, including: Common local anesthetic myths, their complications and management; recent changes regarding commonly prescribed and encountered medications; diagnosing common types of facial pain; oral pathology; and, updated emergency protocols.

Time: CE credits: Audience:

Hands-On/Participation Fee: $50

(Taking Transitional Bonding lecture Friday morning strongly recommended.) 8:30 – 11:30 a.m. 3 Dentists, Assistants (30 maximum attendance)

Teeth wear down and vertical dimension of occlusion is lost, but we can rejuvenate smiles - and faces - by adding back what’s gone. Some jaws never grow into ideal occlusion and knowing how to open the bite can be the crucial element to resolving such problems. This course simplifies the steps to increasing VDO, and will help you restore cases regardless if you complete the case in composite or porcelain. Learning objectives: • A practical, effective method for opening vertical dimension • How to maximize longevity and conserve tooth structure • Step-by-step procedure for building new centric stops to increase VDO with no prep

Program #131 OSHA and Infection Control Update 2014 Kathryn Schrubbe, PhD Time: CE credits: Audience:

8:30 – 11:30 a.m. 3 All

The course fulfills the continuing education requirement for Wisconsin licensure by providing participants with an update on Occupational Safety and Healthy Administration standards, infection control and Centers for Disease Con-

8:30 – 11:30 a.m. 3 Dentists

Learning objectives: • Be able to identify “red flags” and prevent common complications of frequently prescribed and over-the- counter medications • Understand surgical and non-surgical management related to oral pathology • Understand what and when to refer for TMJ/facial pain/nerve damage • Review of common medical emergencies and their management

Program #133

Hands-On/Participation Fee: $50

Time: CE credits: Audience:

Radiography for Dental Auxiliaries Sherry Ortiz, RT (R), BA, MS Radiology Assistants: Rodney Daering, RT(R); Lisa Koenig, BChD, DDS, MS; Vicki Romans, RT (R)3 8:30 – 11:30 a.m. This course is at Marquette University School of Dentistry; shuttle bus available. 3 Assistants (12 maximum attendance) 25


Continuing Education

This course is offered in partnership with Marquette University School of Dentistry. Radiography for Dental Auxiliaries is a two-part CE course consisting of an on-line didactic portion and a hands-on section. Those wishing to take the hands-on portion during WDA InSession MUST successfully complete the online didactic portion in advance of the meeting.

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The on-line portion will be available Oct. 13, 2014 and covers: • Radiographic techniques • Bisecting angle and paralleling techniques • Prevention and correction of radiographic errors • Processing errors • Radiation safety issues At the end of each section, an on-line assessment evaluates the participant’s knowledge. The hands-on section will be competed at MUSOD during InSession. Working with a manikin, participants will practice making a full-mouth radiograph series using digital sensors and phosphor plates. (MUSOD is now completely digital, so auxiliaries who use film will work with phosphor plates that look and feel like film. Phosphor plates require digital “processing” prior to visualization of the final image. Errors which occur in traditional wet processing will be covered in the on-line didactic portion.) Radiographic images will be evaluated for positioning technique and errors. A certificate of completion will be awarded upon the successful conclusion of both course sections.

Program #134

Hands-On/Participation Fee: $50

AHA HeartsaverTM CPR/AED First Aid Plus Time: CE credits: Audience:

8:30 – 11:30 a.m. 3 Credits (This course meets State of Wisconsin licensure requirements.) All (60 maximum attendance)

PREREGISTER ONLINE TODAY! Prices go up for on-site registration, so be sure to preregister. Go online beginning May 1 and register by 11:59 p.m. on Nov. 12, 2014 to receive preregistration prices. Faxed or mailed registrations must arrive at the WDA office in West Allis no later than Nov. 10, 2014 to qualify for preregistration savings.

AHA Heartsaver™ CPR/AED covers current content and science from the American Heart Association guidelines and materials pertaining to performance of CPR and AED use. Instruction is conducted by First Aid Plus, an AHA Training Center. This course teaches: • Adult and child CPR • Use of an AED • Relief of choking in adults and children • Use of pocket mask

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Social Events

WDA Pyramid of Pride Awards Recognition Reception Thursday, Nov. 13 4:30 – 6 p.m. Wisconsin Center – Exhibit Hall WDA Pyramid of Pride Awards recognize members and others in the dental community for professional achievements in community outreach, political awareness, media relations, mentoring, philanthropic efforts, new dentist leadership and lifetime achievement. Recipients will be recognized on Thursday, Nov. 13 during the afternoon session of the House of Delegates. Celebration of awardees’ contributions will take place during a champagne and cake reception in the Exhibit Hall. Everyone is welcome to attend. Sponsored in part by Henry Schein Dental

Latin Night Honoring WDA President Dr. Julio Rodriguez Thursday, Nov. 13 8 p.m. – midnight Hilton Milwaukee City Center This fun theme party is open to all attendees and honors WDA President Dr. Julio Rodriguez and his wife, Marissa. One of Wisconsin’s top bands – Platinum – will perform live. From Sinatra to Buble´, Young MC to Jay-Z, Journey to Maroon 5, salsa, jazz, pop, rock, blues, swing, R ‘n’ B, soul – this show and variety band does it all! Come to cha-cha-cha, salsa, samba, mambo, tango, rumba, do a congo line, swing, line dance and get down and get funky – there will be something for everyone! Snacks and two drink tickets per person provided. Free admission, but please register in advance so we can plan accordingly.

Sponsored in part by Delta Dental of Wisconsin

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Exhibit Hall Listed below are just some of the dental industry companies scheduled to appear in the exhibit hall at the 2014 WDA InSession. Exhibitors as of March 25, 2014 (bolded company names are sponsors).

Exhibitor 3M ESPE Advantage Technologies AFTCO Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield of Wisconsin Benco Dental Brasseler USA Coltene Cost Segregation Services, Inc D&S Dental Laboratory, Inc. Dairyland Handpiece DeLeers Construction, Inc. Delta Dental of Wisconsin Dental Health Products, Inc. Dental Practice Advisors Dentsply International Dentsply Tulsa Digital Doc, LLC Edge Advisors Erickson Technologies, Inc. Friede & Associates Gendex/NOMAD/ SORDEX/Instrumentarium GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare Hayes Handpiece Repair Wisconsin Henry Schein Dental Ivoclar Vivadent Inc KaVo Dental Keller, Inc.

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Exhibitor Komet USA Lord’s Dental Studio Maguire Refining Inc Midmark Corporation Midwest Dental Miron Construction Co., Inc. Officite OraPharma PARAGON Dental Practice Transitions PEB XLDent Pelton & Crane PJ’s Dental Lab Planmeca USA, Inc Porter Royal Sales ProAssurance Wisc Insurance Co Professional Insurance Programs/ WDAISC Schenck SC - Health Service Team Smile Creations Spry/Xlear Sunset Dental Technologies Tess Oral Health The Dental Record/WDAISC THE National Bank Transworld Systems Inc. Ultradent Products, Inc. US Bank VOCO America Inc.


2014 PRICING STRUCTURE & PACKAGE OPTIONS (with session selections) CODE

Full Conference Package

In Advance

On site

A1 A2 A3

Member Dentist House of Delegates Member Non-Member Dentist

$315 $200 $515

$360 $245 $560

A4

Member Dental Team*

$170

$190

A5 A6

Non-Member Dental Team/Guest Student**

$195 FREE

$215 FREE

CODE

Part-time Package - Thursday Only

In Advance

On site

Member Dentist Non-Member Dentist Member Dental Team* Non-Member Dental Team/Guest Student**

$140 $175 $75 $95 FREE

$170 $205 $90 $115 FREE

Part-time Package - Friday Only

In Advance

On site

Member Dentist Non-Member Dentist Member Dental Team* Non-Member Dental Team/Guest Student**

$185 $350 $110 $140 FREE

$210 $375 $130 $165 FREE

CODE

Part-time Package - Saturday Only

In Advance

On site

D1 D2 D3 D4 D5

Member Dentist Non-Member Dentist Member Dental Team* Non-Member Dental Team/Guest Student**

$75 $100 $40 $65 FREE

$85 $110 $50 $75 FREE

CODE

Part-time Package - Thursday and Friday

In Advance

On site

Member Dentist Non-Member Dentist Member Dental Team* Non-Member Dental Team/Guest Student**

$260 $450 $135 $175 FREE

$285 $460 $155 $195 FREE

Part-time Package - Friday and Saturday

In Advance

On site

Member Dentist Non-Member Dentist Member Dental Team* Non-Member Dental Team/Guest Student**

$235 $500 $115 $155 FREE

$260 $550 $135 $170 FREE

Exhibits/Lunches Only

In Advance

On site

$30 $80 $25 $45 FREE

$40 $90 $35 $55 FREE

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 CODE

C1 C2 C3 C4 C5

E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 CODE

F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 CODE

G1 G2 G3 G4 G5

Member Dentist Non-Member Dentist Member Dental Team* Non-Member Dental Team/Guest Student**

Note: Hands-on courses have a participant fee to help cover the cost of materials, supplies and equipment. The per participant/ per hands-on course fees are in addition to the package plan fees and range from $50 to $300 depending on the course. (WDA prices are a bargain considering other meetings charge $700 - $1,000 for similar half-day courses.) Fees are noted by the individual course listings when applicable. Hands-on participant fees are not waived for students. *Member Dental Team is defined as: dental hygienist; dental assistant; front office staff (e.g., receptionist, office manager, business manager) working in a dental practice; and dental lab technician. These individuals must be WDA members. (They need not work for a WDA member dentist.) Individuals on the dental team may join the WDA or renew their WDA membership as part of the InSession registration process. Dental hygienist dues are $75; WDA associate member dues for all other individuals on the dental team are $20. Dues are nonrefundable and based on the calendar year. **Students are enrolled in Marquette University School of Dentistry, the Wisconsin Technical College System or an advanced training program at a dental school or hospital.

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2014 REGISTRATION PLEASE PRINT OR TYPE (One person per registration form): Name: Office Name: Job Title:

Membership Number/Status:

Street Address: Email (required):

Phone:

Are you an assistant, front office or lab tech joining or renewing as a WDA Associate Member?

YES m NO m DUES: $20

Are you a dental hygienist joining or renewing as a WDA Hygienist Member?

YES m NO m DUES: $75

Package Plan Code: ______________

Meals

Fees: $______________

Hands-On Participation Fee(s): $______________

- The following meals are inlcuded in ALL package plans, please indicate each meal you will attend.

WILL ATTEND

WILL NOT ATTEND

4 4 4 4

4 4 4 4

WILL ATTEND

WILL NOT ATTEND

4 4

4 4

Thursday Breakfast (7:30 - 8:30 a.m.) Thursday Lunch (11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.) Friday Breakfast (7:30 - 8:30 a.m.) Friday Lunch (11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.)

Social Events

- All events are included in ALL package plans, please indicate each event you will attend.

Thursday Pyramids of Pride Cake/Champagne Reception in the Exhibit Hall (4:30 - 6 p.m.) Thursday Latin Night Honoring WDA President Dr. Julio Rodgriquez, Hilton Milwaukee City Center (8 p.m. - midnight) TOTAL DUES & FEES: $______________

PLEASE INDICATE COURSE SELECTIONS FOR THE DAY(S) INCLUDED IN YOUR PACKAGE PLAN: (All courses are ticketed, so you must select them in advance.) THURSDAY: 8 - 11 a.m. THURSDAY: 1:30 - 4:30 p.m.

#____________ #____________ OR #____________

FRIDAY: All-day lecture (8:30 - 11:30 a.m. and 2 - 5 p.m.) OR select one in each of the four session times below 8 - 10 a.m. 10:15 - 11:45 a.m. 1:45 - 3:15 p.m. 3:30 - 5:30 p.m.

#____________

SATURDAY: 8:30 - 11:30 a.m.

#____________

#____________ OR #____________ #____________ #____________ OR #____________ #____________

PAYMENT METHOD:

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Check

m

VISA

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MasterCard

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Discover

Credit Card Number: Expiration Date:

CVS Code for this Card:

Name as it Appears on Card: Authorized Signature:

SEND COMPLETED REGISTRATION FORM TO: By Mail: By Fax: Online: WDA - InSession 414-276-8431 or Register online 6737 W. Washington St., Suite 2360 800-864-2997 (toll-free) at WDA.org West Allis, WI 53214 beginning May 1 PREREGISTRATION DEADLINE Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014 at 11:59 p.m. for online registrations. Faxed or mailed registrations must arrive at the WDA office in West Allis no later than Nov. 10, 2014. Package pricing increases on site. CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY All cancellations must be made at least 24 hours prior to the class start time. Course cancellations are subject to a $25 cancellation fee per attendee. NO EXCEPTIONS. Refund checks will be mailed after Dec. 1, 2014. Credit card cancellations will be credited to the account to which they were charged. Dues are nonrefundable and based on the calendar year. 30


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Future InSession and House of Delegates Dates Mark your calendar and plan to join us for these upcoming WDA InSession and House of Delegates meetings:

• Oct. 15 - 17, 2015* at Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center in Madison

• Nov. 3 - 5, 2016 at Kalahari Resort and Convention Center in Wisconsin Dells

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