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ONE APP ! THE PNDC APP GETS YOU WHERE YOU NEED TO GO! WHY USE IT? • Reduce paper waste and carry all information in the palm of your hand • Everything you need to know about the conference — speakers, sessions, locations, room maps, exhibit hall maps, exhibitors list, even the scavenger hunt — is on the app! • Receive notifications of schedule changes as well as important announce- ments throughout the conference

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NEW THIS YEAR: Transportation information Course evaluations – every time an attendee fills out a course evaluation on the mobile app, they will be entered to win one of two $100 gift cards to any of the Purple Café properties

• Hyatt and Meydenbauer room maps

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REGISTRATION HOW MUCH DOES IT COST? OR

Attending dentists may only register as a dentist. (A) WSDA Member Dentist (B) ADA Member from AK, OR, ID, MT [11th District] (C) Guest Dentist (ADA Member, Foreign, active military) (D) Non-ADA Member Dentist (E) WSDA Hygienist Member (F) Dental Hygienist (Non-member) (U) Expanded Function Dental Auxiliary (G) Dental Assistant (H) Dental Front Office (I) Dental Lab Technician (J) Spouse (non-dental professional) (K) Guest (family, non-dental professional) (L) Alliance (registered spouse of WSDA member) Provide Student ID for the Following Categories (M) ADA Graduate Students (N) Dental Students (ASDA Member) (O) Dental Students (Not a Member of ASDA) (P) Auxiliary Students (hygienist, assistant, lab tech.)

EXHIBIT HALL ONLY

Early Bird Fee

Regular Early Bird Regular Fee Fee Fee

Before April 30

After April 30

$200 $300 $220 $320 $240 $340 $1,785 $1,885 $105 $165 $130 $190 $130 $190 $130 $190 $130 $190 $130 $190 $100 $160 $130 $190 $100 $160 $75 $135 FREE FREE $85 $145 $65 $85

Before April 30

After April 30

OR $50 $80 OR $50 $80 OR $50 $80 OR $620 $820 OR $50 $80 OR $50 $80 OR $50 $80 OR $50 $80 OR $50 $80 OR $50 $80 OR $50 $80 OR $50 $80 FREE $80 OR OR $50 $80 OR FREE FREE OR $50 $80 OR FREE $80

READY TO REGISTER? LOG ON TODAY: WWW.WSDA.ORG/PNDC REGISTER ONLINE AND SAVE $25 · Online registration is fast, easy, and lets you see what workshops are available in real time, making getting that perfect PNDC schedule a breeze. Plus, by registering online, you’ll save the $25 processing fee. Don’t want to register online? We still want you to come to the PNDC! Simply download the registration form found here: (www.wsda.org/pndc), complete it for your dental team, and either print and fax it to us, or scan and email it to us — just be advised that there is a $25 processing fee for EACH form you fax or email. Questions? Call us at 800-448-3368.

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AFFORDABLE, QUALITY CDE:

2013 PNDC EARN UP TO

16.

5 $130*

CDE CREDITS

ON SITE REGISTRATION & CONFERENCE HOURS

$200-$240* ADA Member Dentist Conference Badge

Staff Member Conference Badge *With your Full Conference Badge, dentists may earn up to 16.5 CDE credits with no additional costs over the two day Conference, AND have access to the Exhibit Hall (all others may earn up to 14 CDE credits).

Hours:

Thursday, June 13: Onsite Registration: 7:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Lectures/Workshops 8:00 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. Exhibit Hall Hours: 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Friday, June 14: Onsite Registration: 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Lectures/Workshops 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Exhibit Hall Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Location:

Bellevue Hyatt Regency Meydenbauer Center, Bellevue

*Early Bird Prices, Early Bird Deadline is April 30

Table of Contents President’s Welcome .....................................................................4 PNDC Committee/Staff ...............................................................4 Registration · www.wsda.org/pnc On-site Registration .................................................................3 Hours/Location...........................................................................3 Refund/Cancellation Policy..................................................... 9 Important dates to remember ............................................61 Getting There, Parking, Food Directions and Parking ............................................................8 Eating Around Bellevue...........................................................11 FAQs How do I register?......................................................................9 Hotel .........................................................................................10 Continuing Dental Education Career Enhancement Tracks.......................................... 20-21 Schedule at a Glance ....................................................... 22-23 Thursday Lectures/Workshops ...................................25-45 Emerald City Lecture Series .........................................46-47. Friday Lectures/Workshops ......................................... 49-62 Table Clinics.............................................................................. 44 Special Evening Programs...................................................... 46 Subject Index ........................................................................... 64 Speaker Index ......................................................................... 65 Exhibits PNDC Sponsors ........................................................................5 WSDA Endorsed Companies ............................................6-7 Exhibit Hall Activities........................................................ 12-13 2013 Exhibitor Index ........................................................14-15 Special Events David Barton Gym...................................................................16 Neiman Marcus.........................................................................16 Washington Wine 101.............................................................16 Elegant Appetizer Party..........................................................16 Concurrent Meetings .............................................................18 WOHF Events . ..................................................................18-19 Washington State Dental Association 126 NW Canal Street, Seattle, WA 98107 (206) 448-1914 · 800-448-3368 · fax: (206) 728-4470 www.wsda.org Photography by Bev Sparks

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Welcome Letter · Dr. Danny G. Warner, WSDA President & Dr. Robin Henderson, PNDC Chair

Committee on PNDC and PNDC Staff Committee on the PNDC

Dear Colleagues: It is our pleasure to personally invite you to attend the 126th Annual 2013 Pacific Northwest Dental Conference on June 13 & 14 in Bellevue, Washington. This is an exciting year for us, as we celebrate a new beginning in our new host city. This year’s conference will be unique, as lectures and workshops will take place at the Hyatt Regency and Meydenbauer Center, with exhibits at the Meydenbauer Center. Dentists and staff will still get the same quality, cost-effective continuing dental education as they have in years past, just in a different format. If you plan to stay in Bellevue, we encourage you to stay at the Hyatt Regency Hotel to help our Association fill a room block, and you will be entered into a drawing to win one of many prizes! Here is a sampling of what’s coming up this year! • Welcome Reception on Thursday, June 13 from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. with refreshments • Special Evening Session featuring Dr. John West and Dr. Tobin Bellamy, Thursday evening • Clinical Pearls – focus on the Fundamentals! • Obtain up to 16.5 CE hours for one low price • Fun-filled events in the exhibit hall • Download the free PNDC Mobile App – get up-to-the-minute alerts! • Participate in the Buyer Incentive Program for a chance to win an iPad or iPad mini We urge you to take advantage of the many educational programs offered, and to visit the exhibitors who have contributed to our meeting in countless ways. You will see hands-on displays and demonstrations of the most recent advances in dental technology and materials from around the country. And, as always, there will be fun activities and giveaways in the exhibit hall!

Dr. Robin Henderson, Chair Dr. C.R. Anderegg, Jr. Dr. Dennis L. Bradshaw Dr. John Darling Dr. Mark Kadoshima Dr. Jeanine M. McDonald Dr. Joseph Luchini Executive Director Stephen Hardymon Assistant Executive Director Amanda Tran Manager of Continuing Education and Speaker Services Craig Mathews Exhibit and Sponsorship Services Coordinator Katie Olson Membership Services Coordiantor Laura Rohlman Ar t Direction/Design Rob Bahnsen Association Of f ice: (206) 4 48 -1914 Fa x: (206) 4 43 -9266 Members’ In-st ate Toll Free Number (8 0 0) 4 48 -3368 E-mail: info@wsda .org Web site: w w w.wsda .org

We encourage you to bring your family and staff to Bellevue this summer. Whether you’re visiting for the first time, or a native, you can experience Bellevue like you never have before -- great shopping, popular eateries, Old Bellevue, Bellevue Downtown Park, Bellevue Art Museum, the Parlor or Lucky Strike for exciting nightlife, and much more. We are confident you will have a wonderful and fun experience in Bellevue as you and your team grow in dentistry together! Sincerely,

Dr. Danny G. Warner, President Washington State Dental Association

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Dr. Robin Henderson, Chair Pacific Northwest Dental Conference Committee on Pacific Northwest Dental Conference, left to right: Drs. Jeanine M. McDonald, John Darling, C.R. Anderegg, Dennis L. Bradshaw, Mark Kadoshima, and Robin Henderson, Chair


Pacific Northwest Dental Conference Sponsors

SPONSORS SPONSORS

SPONSORS

NORTHWEST DENTISTS I N S U RAN C E C O M PANY

WSDA THANKS

In-Kind Contributions A-dec, Brasseler, Clowns Unlimited, Philips Sonicare & Zoom Whitening Straumann USA, Water Pik, Inc., Zila, Zimmer The Pacific Northwest It’s not too late to sponsor! Opportunities are still available. Please contact Katie Olson at 800.448.3368 or at katie@wsda.org.

Dental Conference would like to thank our sponsors for their support.

PNDC SPONSORS

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The SOURCE · WSDA Endorsed Companies

ENDORSED COMPANIES

EXCLUSIVE DISCOUNTS FOR MEMBERS AND THEIR STAFF

A year ago we rolled out an ambitous project: a new, branded web site, where our members could find the services, products and tools they needed to run their practices smoothly — each with discounts or services available exclusively to WSDA members. We’ve done the leg work for you — vetting companies, securing deals — so you don’t have to. Be sure to visit us on the web at www.wsdasource.org and at the PNDC at the Source Section of the Exhibit Hall!

NORTHWEST DENTISTS I N S U RAN C E C O M PANY

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INSURANCE · SPONSOR Washington Dentists’ Insurance Agency (WDIA) Unlike other insurance companies, the Washington Dentists’ Insurance Agency (WDIA) was designed by dentists and is the only insurance agency geared specifically to meet the needs of dentists in Washington state. WDIA carefully researched hundreds of insurance plans to find those best suited to WSDA members, and routinely reviews current programs with an eye to the changing needs of the dental profession. Call today to schedule an appointment. 800-282-9342 · www.wdiains.com PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY · SPONSOR Northwest Dentists Insurance Company (NORDIC) NORDIC provides personalized claims, risk management and underwriting services to protect you and your practice. The company provides high-quality claim services to dentists and maintains only the most qualified attorneys experienced in the defense of malpractice litigation. NORDIC is jointly owned by the Washington State Dental Association and The ODS Companies; much of the proceeds generated are returned to programs and services provided by the WSDA to its members. (206) 442-8219 · www.nordicins.com BANKING · SPONSOR AmericanWest Bank Financial solutions designed to fit the demands and size of every practice. Whether you’re just getting your practice started or taking it to the next level, we’ll give you sound financial advice and information. We believe everyone deserves their own banker at their beck and call now and every day you bank with us. www.awbank.com COLLECTIONS · SPONSOR Physician’s & Dentist’s Credit Bureau Over the past 75 years, Physicians & Dentists Credit Bureau has established itself as one of the most respected collection companies in the Northwest. With superior personal client service and advanced systems management, they continue to offer returns well above the industry average. 888-824-7322 · www.physndent.com PRECIOUS SCRAP METAL RECOVERY · SPONSOR D-MMEX EasyRefine WSDA members can maximize scrap metal returns using cutting-edge technology with the new EasyRefine scrap metal recovery program offered through D-MMEX. Benefits include: free shipping, no charge for melt and assay, fast payment, receive 97 percent of gold value, 90% of silver, platinum, and palladium. Call now for your free shipping kit. 800-741-3174 · www.easyrefine.com


CONSTRUCTION · SPONSOR Constantine Builders Inc. Constantine Builders, Inc. (CBI) is the premier builder of dental facilities in the Pacific Northwest. With over 30 years of experience CBI builds its relationships based on trust, dependability, quality craftsmanship and integrity. (206) 957-4400 · www.constantinebuilders.com

ON A BUDGET?

GO FOR FREE!

CREDIT CARD PROCESSING Best Card 877-739-3952 · www.bestcardteam.com PRACTICE MANAGEMENT Miles Global 800-922-0866 · www.milesglobal.net CELLULAR PHONE SERVICE Verizon Wireless Through WSDA’s partnership with Verizon Wireless, members and their staff, are offered a 15% discount on calling plans. Visit www.wsda.org/verizon for more information. FINANCIAL PLANNING AND INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT Mercer Advisors 888-642-4636 · www.merceradvisors.com CREDIT CARDS US Bank 888-327-2265, ext 70931 · www.wsda.org/endorsed-products OFFICE SUPPLIES Staples Business Advantage (253) 518-7124 · www.wsda.org/endorsed-products WEB DESIGN Search Marketing & Online Patient Relationship Sesame Communications 866-592-7572 · www.sesamecommunications.com

THREE WAYS TO GO FREE Volunteer and go for free Hosting is a great way to get your CDE, parking and meals free at the PNDC. Signing up for the host program is easy — visit wsda.org/hosts to sign up. If you have questions you may contact Craig Mathews at 800-448-3368 or email craig@wsda.org. Sorry, but hosting opportunities are only available for WSDA Members and their staff. Recruit a Non-Member Dentist, go for free A WSDA Member who recruits a non-member dentist to join the Association by April 15 will receive a complimentary Full Conference badge and the newly joined member will also receive a free badge. Prospective members will also receive a complimentary dinner at their first Component Society meeting. For more information and a listing of non-members in your area, email kainoa@wsda.org. Retired — go for free! Retired WSDA members and affiliate hygiene members who participate in the state’s Volunteer/Retired Provider Program will receive a complimentary Full Conference badge. Please submit a WWAHEC certificate, stating your enrollment, with your PNDC registration form. You may obtain this certificate by contacting WWAHEC at 206.441.7137, or email kelly@wwahec.org. Register online today - www.wsda.org/pndc · 7

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ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES · SPONSOR Stuart Silk Architects With more than 25 years of experience, Stuart Silk Architects has a reputation for offering some of the best architectural services in the Pacific Northwest. Featured in the New York Times, Stuart Silk Architects has a proven track record in securing entitlements for complex projects on difficult sites. As a medium-sized firm, Stuart Silk Architects is able to complete work on time, within a budget, while still maintaining close supervision of every project. Stuart Silk Architects is a member of the U.S. Green Building Council and designs sustainable architecture to preserve our environment. (206) 728-9500 · www.stuartsilk.com/commercial


Getting There, Parking

Directions Getting to PNDC in Bellevue is easy! Just follow these directions and you will arrive at the Hyatt Regency Bellevue, our headquarters hotel, without a hitch. The Hyatt’s address is: 900 Bellevue Way NE· Bellevue,Washington, 98004 · 425-462-1234. Once at the Hyatt,The Meydenbauer Center is just four blocks east on NE 8th. DRIVING DIRECTIONS From South: Take 405 N to Bellevue. Exit onto NE 8th St. W (exit 13B). Follow NE 8th for 6.5 blocks. The Hyatt Regency Bellevue is on the right after crossing 106th Ave, at corner of NE 8th and Bellevue Way. From Seattle on 520: Merge onto WA-520 E, exit 168B toward Bellevue. Merge onto I-405 S toward Renton. Take the NE 8th St. East/West exit 13B. Take the NE 8th St. W ramp, merge onto NE 8th St. Turn right on Bellevue Way. (Note: WA-520 is a toll bridge. Visit http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/Tolling/TollRates. htm for toll rates.) Seattle on I-90: Take 405 N to Bellevue. Exit onto NE 8th St. W (exit 13B). Follow NE 8th for 6.5 blocks. The Hyatt Regency Bellevue is on the right after crossing 106th Ave, at corner of NE 8th and Bellevue Way.

Moving between properties: PNDC Shuttle Free continuous shuttle service is available between the Hyatt Regency Bellevue

From Vancouver, BC: Follow Provincial Route 99 S. Provincial Route 99 S becomes I-5. Merge onto I-405 S via exit 182 toward Bellevue/Renton. Take NE 8th St. East/West exit 13B. Take the NE 8th St. W ramp, merge onto NE 8th St. Turn right on Bellevue Way. Hyatt Regency Bellevue is ahead. From Spokane, Wash.: Take I-90 W for 269 miles. Take the I-405 S. exit 10 toward Renton/Bellevue. Merge onto I-405 N toward Bellevue/Everett. Take the NE 8th St. West ramp exit 13B, merge onto NE 8th St. Turn right on Bellevue Way. Using Public Transportation: Buses, light rail, and train services run continually throughout the day from all regional areas. To find the transportation that best fits your needs, go to http://www.soundtransit. org/trip-planner.xml

Parking Information

and Meydenbauer Center. Please refer to lobby signs to familiarize yourself with the shuttle bus schedule at both locations. Boarding locations: Hyatt Regency Bellevue Pick-up and drop-off: NE 10th Street, which is on the same floor as the Evergreen ballroom and foyer Meydenbauer Center Pick-up and drop-off: NE 6th Street on the south side of the building Hyatt Regency Bellevue Hyatt offers self-parking for $25 per day for Sunday night through Thursday night stays. Friday and Saturday night stays are complimentary (8pm Friday until 12am Sunday).

B:The Bravern The Bravern lot can be accessed by turning left onto NE Sixth Street. Turn right onto 110th Ave NE and then turn right into the Bravern’s 110th Ave NE garage entrance.

Lincoln Square Lincoln Square garage parking: $7 for 4 hours, $9 for 6 hours, $11 for 10 hours. Free parking after 8:00p.m.

C: Bellevue Corporate Plaza Garage Bellevue Corporate Plaza Garage is located at NE Sixth St on 110th Ave NE. This is the closest overflow lot to Meydenbauer Center. Proceed up the hill past Meydenbauer Center. Turn right at the light, and left into the parking structure.

A: Meydenbauer Center Meydenbauer Center’s 434-stall parking garage is located at 11100 NE Sixth St. It does not accommodate vehicles over 6’9” tall. $14 for 6-8 hours, $15 for 8-12 hours, $18 for 12-24 hours. 8 · Register online today - www.wsda.org/pndc

D: Griffin Parking Lot Griffin Parking Lot – Surface Lot This parking lot is accessed easily from Eastbound NE 8th St or Southbound 110th Ave NE. Before 9 a.m. is $11 for 10 hours.


FAQs

FAQs How do I register? The easiest way is to register online. Last year, more than 90 percent of attendees did. It’s fast, secure and easy — and you’ll save $25 per registration form. Go to www.wsda.org/pndc Receive instant confirmation of workshops when you register online. Or, for an additional $25 processing fee: Download and print the registration form found at www.wsda.org/pndc. Fax the completed registration form with credit card payment to (206) 728-4470, or drop the form and payment in the mail to WSDA 126 NW Canal Street, Seattle, Wash. 98107. EARLY BIRD DEADLINE IS APRIL 30

Who needs to register, and how do I know what badge to get? Everyone attending the PNDC must have either a Full Conference Badge or an Exhibit Badge. The Full Conference Badge includes entrance to the Exhibit Hall, all lectures at no additional cost, and eligibility to register for workshops. Workshops require an additional fee, and attendance to lectures is on a first come, first served basis. Please arrive early to secure a seat. An Exhibit Badge allows entrance to the Exhibit Hall only – no access to lectures or workshops. Are children allowed at the PNDC? Children under the age of 16 are only allowed entry to the Exhibit Hall during show hours, never into any of the lectures or workshops. In order to enter the Exhibit Hall, children must register with a parent for a complimentary Exhibit Badge. Children under the age of 16 must always be accompanied by an adult. Child care is not provided at the PNDC. All children more than 16 years old must purchase either an Exhibit or Full Conference Badge. For the safety of your children, do not leave them unattended at the PNDC. To register a child under the age of 16, please call 800-448-3368.

Once I register, then what? Badges and tickets will be mailed to U.S. and Canadian attendees who register by the June 1 deadline. Open the registration envelope immediately to ensure badges and tickets are correct. All materials will be sent to the primary registrant. Once you have your badge, that’s all you need to attend the PNDC!

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What if I need to cancel or change my registration? Badge(s) must be returned with written request for refunds, cancellations and name substitutions. Workshop and special event tickets are non-refundable. Refunds/cancellations are subject to a $15 fee per registrant. Substitution of names on badges must be made prior to May 20, and will not be made at the conference. All refunds will be processed following the conference. Requests must be postmarked no later than May 20 and mailed to the Washington State Dental Association, 126 NW Canal Street, Seattle, Wash., 98107.

Can I register on-site? Yes, you can. Registration will be available on the first floor of the Hyatt Regency. Photo ID is required to register, and dentists registering must present an ADA membership card to receive the member rate. Registration hours are Thursday, June 13 from 7:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m, and Friday, June 14 from 7:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Where is the Conference? Unless stated otherwise in the program, all lectures, and workshops will be held in Bellevue at the Hyatt Regency and the Meydenbauer Center. Special Events will be held off-site. Where do I stay? The PNDC headquarters hotel is the Hyatt Regency Bellevue. To receive the special PNDC room rate, reserve your room online at http://www.wsda.org/pndc-location-info/pndc-headquartershotel.html or call 888-421-1442 and reference the Pacific Northwest Dental Conference. Where can I eat? Bellevue is a foodies’ paradise! During lunch breaks there are scads of options close by — everything from fine dining to fast food. We’ve put together some recommendations for you on page 11, but you should try Yelp or Google, too! How do I purchase audio recordings? High-quality conference CD-ROMs from Intelliquest Media are available and will include session recordings as well as all available materials (handouts and PowerPoint presentations). Courses being recorded are marked with this icon . To order, visit: http://www.wsda.org/conferencerecordings/. How do I get class handouts? Download lecture and workshop handouts online at www.wsda.org/pndc-schedule/, or directly from the PNDC 2013 mobile app.

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Hotel Information

World-class service

$1 Single/ 89 D PNDC ouble Rate

Beautifully appointed rooms

YOUR PNDC HEADQUARTERS HOTEL

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Sleek, modern architecture


Eating Around Bellevue DINING AREAS THE BRAVERN 11111 NE 8th Street

Stay at the Hyatt to WIN! Every PNDC attendee who books a room at the Hyatt Regency Bellevue during the PNDC is automatically entered to win a vacation package at the Marcus Whitman Hotel in Walla Walla! Deadline is May 20. Make your reservation today! https://resweb.passkey.com/go/WADENTAL13

For entertainment options, see pages 52 & 56

QUICK SERVICE

SIT-DOWN

Votivo Caffe & Gelato Subway (across 8th) Starbucks (across 8th)

Mariposa in Neiman Marcus John Howie Steak & Plano Bar Wild Ginger

CITY CENTER PLAZA Tully’s 10903 NE 8th Street

EI Gaucho Bellevue Purple Cafe & Wine Bar Lot No. 3 Barrio Restaurant

PEDESTRIAN Specialty’s Cafe & Bakery CORRIDOR Quiznos NE 6th Street between 110th Starbucks Avenue & Bellevue Way Jimmy John’s Gyro Express Blazing Bagels Chipotle

Chantanee Thai Restaurant Las Magaritas California Pizza Kitchen Tap House Grill Rock Bottom Brewery

BELLEVUE SQUARE Bellevue Way & 8th

Blue C Sushi Boom Noodle PF Chang’s Pagliacci Pizza Red Robin Ristorante Luciano Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse The Cheesecake Factory Z’TeJas Southwestern Grill

Jamba Juice Nordstrom Marketplace Cafe Red Mango Rice ‘n’ Roll Specialty’s Cafe & Bakery Taco Del Mar The Greek Kitchen Villa Fresh Italian Kitchen World Wraps

LINCOLN SQUARE Tully’s Bellevue Way & 6th Street

Cypress Lounge Din Tai Fung Earl’s Restaurant & Bar Maggiano’s Little Italy McCormick & Schmick’s Paddy Coyne’s Irish Pub Palomino Pear Bar & Dining

BELLEVUE PLACE Needs Dell Bellevue Way & 8th Tewanda Gourmet Thai Cuisine

Daniel’s Broiler Joey Burger Vintage Lounge

OLD BELLEVUE Main Street

520 Bar & Grill Ginza The Spot Off Main

Belle Pastry T’Latte Gilbert’s Main Street Bagel

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Hotel Information

Special Drawing


Exhibit Hall 路Fun, Welcome Reception

2013 EXHIBIT HALL ACTIVITIES

The Exhibit Hall at the Pacific Northwest Dental Conference brings you over 170 of the best dental companies in the industry, where attendees can take advantage of show specials, explore the latest in dental products and services, and meet face-to-face with knowledgeable professionals. Win a prize through the Exhibit Hall Scavenger Hunt, jump start your morning with an espresso drink, or unleash your inner tagger at the virtual graffiti wall, all for free!

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Welcome Reception

Teatro ZinZanni Tickets Win tickets to the hottest show in town. Teatro ZinZanni – part circus, part vaudeville, all entertainment! Drawing times to be determined. Free Espresso Beverages Need a boost? Enjoy a tasty caffeinated treat outside of the exhibit hall! Complimentary beverages will be available throughout both conference days. Sponsored by Comcast Business Class. HDTVs Giveaway Enter to win one of the two 42” or 50” flat screen HDTVs! Every attendee is eligible and entry is easy. Just detach the ‘drawing’ ticket that comes with your conference badge and drop it into the “Giveaway Bin” inside the exhibit hall. Drawings will take place inside the exhibit hall. HDTV Drawing Schedule Thursday, June 13 at 1:00 p.m. and Friday, June 14 at 12:15 p.m. You must be present to win! Free Graffiti Wall Visit the Graffiti Wall to capture your PNDC experience. This 8 x 15 wall allows attendees to take giant-sized photos of themselves, then use spray paint to draw on their own photos, create custom backgrounds, or make giant works of art. Souvenir photographs are brought to you by Philips Sonicare. Physicians & Dentists Credit Bureau Booth Drawing Front Office Staff attendees are eligible to win one of two Ultimate Entertainment prize baskets courtesy of Physicians & Dentists Credit Bureau. The baskets include the revolutionary 8GB iPod Touch, iPod accessories, an iTunes gift card, and gourmet snacks. Bring your drawing ticket, which will be attached to your badge, to Booth 133 to participate. One winner will be announced each day before the HDTV drawing. Gift Certificates Random lucky exhibit hall shoppers will be presented with gift certificates throughout the conference. Free Tote Bags Be sure to pick up your PNDC tote bag at the entrance of the exhibit hall, compliments of our sponsors, the Washington Dentists Insurance Agency (WDIA) and the Northwest Dentists Insurance Company (NORDIC).

YOU’RE INVITED! Please join us for a Welcome Reception Meydenbauer Center Exhibit Hall, Thursday, June 13 from 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. Unwind after a long day of classes with drinks and tasty treats from around the globe at the Welcome Reception, as we celebrate our move to Bellevue. Enjoy an evening of fun, food and shopping while mingling with colleagues and visiting more than 170 exhibits. Make your list and check it twice the two biggest spenders at the exhibit hall will be awarded an iPad or iPad mini. Make sure to use your Buyer Incentive form to participate and shop away at the PNDC.

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Exhibit Hall ·Fun, Welcome Reception

Exhibit Hall Fun!


2013 Exhibitors

2007 Exhibitirs Current Exhibitors (as of 1/23)

2013 PNDC EXHIBITORS

DentalEZ Group

3D BioCAD

DEXIS Digital X-Ray

*3M ESPE

Digital Doc, LLC.

ACTEON North America

DMC/Daisy

(Satalec & Sopro Companies)

DMG America

*A-dec

*DOCS Education

Instrumentarium/Soredex

AFTCO Transition Consultants

Doral Refining Corp.

Isolite Systems

Airgas USA LLC.

DP Incorporated

*Issaquah Dental Lab

ALCO Supplies/Glove Express

DSG Harrison and Cardillo Dental Laboratory

iTero

*AmericanWest Bank

DSN Software, Inc.

*Ivoclar Vivadent, Inc.

Carestream Dental

Garfield Refining Co.

J Laufer & Associates, Inc.

CariFree

Garrison Dental Solutions

Kerr Corporation

Centrix, Inc.

GC America, Inc.

Key Compounding Pharmacy

Clinicwear

GlaxoSmithKline

Knutzen-McVay Group

*Colgate

Global Surgical Corp.

Komet USA

Coltene Whaledent

Greenway & Company, P.S.

LumaDent, Inc.

*Comcast Business Class

*Harris Biomedical

Midmark Corporation

Consani Seims Ltd.

Hartzell & Son, G.

Miles Global

*Constantine Builders, Inc.

Hayes Handpiece Co.

MIS Implants Technologies, Inc.

CRC - Computer Resource Corp.

HealthFirst

*Nakanishi Dental Laboratory

*Crest Oral-B

Henry Schein Dental

Nobel Biocare USA

Dental & Medical Staffing, Inc.

Henry Schein Practice Solutions - Dentrix

*NORDIC

Dental Employment Services

*Hu-Friedy Mfg. Co., LLC

O’Brien Dental Lab, Inc.

Dental Professionals

Ice Chips Candy LLC.

Olympic Orthodontic Lab, Inc.

Angie’s List Arnold Dental Supply Aseptico Atlas Resell Management Belmont Equipment Best Card Bioclear Matrix Systems by Dr. David Clark BioHorizons Biomet 3i *Bisco Dental Products *Brasseler USA Broders Sales Associates Burkhart Dental *CareCredit

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Dentech *DENTSPLY International DesignLine Dental Systems Designs for Vision, Inc.


*Stuart Silk Architects |

PACT-ONE Solutions, Inc.

the Commercial Studio

Patterson Dental Supply

Sunstar Americas, Inc.

Patterson/Sirona Dental Systems

Surgitel

Pearson Dental Supply

TeleVox

Pelton & Crane, Gendex, KaVo

*Ultradent Products, Inc.

PeriOptix, Inc.

Valumax International

Peterson Sales & Marketing

VELscope LED Dental

*Philips Sonicare & Zoom Whitening

Verizon Wireless

*Physician’s & Dentists Credit Bureau

VOCO America, Inc.

Planmeca USA, Inc.

*Water Pik, Inc.

PNWPPS Harlan and Associates

*WDIA

Porter Royal Sales

WEO Media

Premera Blue Cross

Willamette Dental Group

Premier Dental Products Co.

BOLD signifies endorsed company

Pro Photo Supply

* Signifies Sponsor

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Professional Practice Specialists Professional Sales Associates, Inc. ProSites RGP, Inc. Richardson Group SciCan, Inc. Scott’s Dental Supply SDI (North America) Inc. Sesame Communications, Inc. Smile Reminder Staples Advantage *Straumann USA

Once again, we will reward our biggest exhibit hall spenders! The two attendees who spend the most money inside of the exhibit hall by the end of the conference will be handsomely rewarded with an iPad, or an iPad Mini. Track your purchases on your Onsite Map & Guide (vendor verification required) and submit your completed form to the registration desk. See complete rules in the Onsite Map & Guide, available at the exhibit hall entrance. Winners will be announced after the conference. Register online today - www.wsda.org/pndc · 15

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Thursday & Friday · Special Events

Yoga · David Barton Gym 11111 NE 8th Street · Bellevue Thursday, June 13 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. Ticket: No charge Limit: 25 Code: 23 Certified instructor will teach Vinyasa Yoga, a modern day form of exercise that offers a vigorous workout and promises to reduce stress and improve overall strength and flexibility. Prepare to breathe deeply, sweat, and have fun! Be sure to wear comfortable clothing and bring a yoga mat. All levels are welcome. · Strengthen and activate your core muscles · Walk away feeling centered, grounded, and ready to take on the rest of the day Bellevue Beauty Power Hour · Neiman Marcus Thursday, June 13 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m., code 25 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m., code 38 Limit: 25 per session The renowned Neiman Marcus in Bellevue will open its doors to PNDC attendees for a funfilled beauty extravaganza. Sit back and relax as the Neiman Marcus beauty experts divulge the latest beauty secrets through group make up consultations and individual mini-makeovers. Attendees will leave this event feeling pampered and refreshed; armed with a new beauty routine and the knowledge of what colors and hues will best flatter their skin tone. Looking for the perfect opportunity to show off your new glam look? Don’t forget to attend Thursday evening’s reception at the Meydenbauer Center from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

· Experience one-on-one skin consultations and mini-makeovers · Enter-to-win a $100 Neiman Marcus gift card · Light refreshments will be served *Upon arrival, attendees will be assigned with one of the skincare lines. Washington Wine 101 · Purple Café and Wine Bar 430 106th Avenue NE (corner of 4th & 106th ) · Bellevue Thursday, June 13 3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Ticket: $65 Limit: 40 Code: 22 In 1981 there were less than 20 wineries in the state, and now there are more than 740. Join the Purple Café Sommelier, as we explore the different wine in our region – get to know, and taste, what’s going on in our own backyard! · · · ·

History of Washington wine Comprehension of the unique enological reasons for the success of Washington wine An understanding of the major grape growing regions in the state An introduction to the predominant styles of Washington wine through a tasting of at least eight expressions

Note: Attendees must be 21 years of age; proper ID required.

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Transportation provided Elegant Appetizer Party - No Stress!! · Sizzleworks 14111 NE 24 th Street · Bellevue Friday, June 14 10:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Ticket: $100 Limit: 40 Code: 25 Come experience the sizzle! Join Chef Carol at Sizzleworks Cooking School and learn makeahead dishes that will delight your guests and allow you to relax at your own party! Learn how to plan, set up, decorate, prepare and present a beautiful buffet for your holiday entertaining. Discover the tricks of the catering trade, with tips on planning and making foods ahead to avoid the stress of entertaining.

· Strengthen and body-sculpt conditioning exercises

Participants will prepare the following dishes: · Baked brie with raspberry sauce · Spanish Potato Banderillas · Sage & onion tart · Bacon stuffed tomatoes · Tuna paté with croutons

Complimentary Day Passes · David Barton Gym 11111 NE 8th Street · Bellevue Thursday and Friday, June 13, 14 Workout at one of the area’s most beautiful and prestigious gyms, free of charge. Recharge your body after working your brain at the conference!

Teatro ZinZanni June 13 & 14 - General admission seating only Time: 6:30 - 10:00 p.m. Ticket: $83* per person, subject to availability In the heart of Seattle’s theater district, under the bejeweled antique Spiegeltent, unique artists from six continents combine talents to create a blend of vaudeville, cirque and romance that the New York Times calls “this city’s hottest ticket!”. Teatro ZinZanni is a three-hour whirlwind of cirque, comedy, cabaret, and live music served up with a five-course feast! *Prices are subject to the following: $6 meal gratuity, $2.75 meal tax, $4.00 facility fee, and $7.50 per ticket box office processing fee (this fee is waived for purchases made at the box office). All beverage charges are separate and due the night of the performance. Subject to availability. Call (206) 802-0015 to purchase tickets and use discount code: dental. 
Tickets can be purchased online after April 29 at
http:// dreams.zinzanni.org/. WOHF Wall of Wine The Wall of Wine is an important fundraiser for the Washington Oral Health Foundation. This year, all the proceeds from the Wall of Wine will go towards purchasing hygiene kits for the more than 2,500 kids who need them across Washington state. Here’s how the event works: In return for a $20 donation, you’ll get to choose any individually wrapped bottle of wine at the WOHF Booth, some valued as high as $100. Bring cash, check or credit card to the WOHF table, choose any remaining bottle of wine, and benefit a great cause. Salut!                                                                                                                                                                                     

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Pilates · David Barton Gym 11111 NE 8th Street · Bellevue Friday, June 14 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. Ticket: No charge Limit: 25 Code: 24 The incredible popularity of Pilates has been attributed to refining the body’s appearance in ways you simply can’t get through traditional cardiovascular and strength training. A series of exercises performed on a mat to strengthen the core muscles and lengthen tight muscles of the lower body. Prepare to be challenged and have fun! Be sure to wear comfortable clothing and bring a mat. All levels are welcome.


QR Codes, Concurrent Meetings

QR Codes

Concurrent Meetings

QR CODES ARE BACK, 2013 CONCURRENT EASY TO USE, AND MEETINGS FULL OF INFO! Christian Dental Association Prayer Breakfast Thursday, June 13 · 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. Hyatt Regency Bellevue, Cottonwood RSVP to Shelley at (206) 524-8777 or to Dr. Gordon Sako via email: gsakodds@comcast.net Alliance of the WSDA Thursday, June 13 · 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Executive Board Meeting Hyatt Regency Bellevue, Executive Board Room

About QR Codes: A QR code (Quick Response code) connects you to information by using your smart phone to scan the icon with a QR code reader application. After the code has been scanned, it will take you to a video with a personal message from a PNDC speaker. Don’t have a QR code reader? Search your smart phone’s app store.

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American College of Dentists, Washington Section International College of Dentists, Washington Section Joint Luncheon · Thursday, June 13 · 12 noon – 1:30 p.m. Hyatt Regency Bellevue, Evergreen GHI ICD RSVP: Dr. David Houten at (360) 577-3625 or dehdds8@msn.com ACD RSVP: Dr. Larry Lawton at (509) 994-1953 or drlawton2@comcast.net Friends of Bill W. Thursday, June 14 · 4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. Hyatt Regency Bellevue, Laurel Pierre Fauchard Academy, Washington Section Annual Dinner · Thursday, June 13 · 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Hyatt Regency Bellevue, Evergreen GHI RSVP to Dr. Barry Feder at (425) 392-7541 or drfeder@ qwestoffice.net; Dr. John Carbery at (509) 966-4220 or carbodawg@aol.com WSDA Past President’s Luncheon Friday, June 14 · 11:45 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Hyatt Regency Bellevue, Cottonwood RSVP to Leon Sandall at (206) 448-1914 or leon@wsda.org Washington State Dental Laboratory Association Board Meeting Friday, June 14 · 1:00 p.m. - 4:00pm Meydenbauer Center, Room 302 Contact Christine Welty, Program Manager, for information at (800) 652-2212 or cwelty@executiveoffice.org

2013 WOHF GOLF CLASSIC

COME FOR THE CONFERENCE, STAY FOR GOLF! Washington Oral Health Foundation programs benefit from a day on the links Enjoy an exciting program of special events, 18 holes of golf, swag bags for each player, and the Awards Luncheon. Don’t miss the presentation of the WOHF Component Cup to the winning Component Society team and your chance to win lots of prizes! Proceeds from the WOHF Golf Classic will be used to support The Washington Boys and Girls Club Initiative, which is currently in strategic planning to roll out to all 137 Boys and Girls Clubs across the state. The mission is to provide educational programs for members and their families, in addition to free dental exams, treatment, and referrals. There are more than 167,000 youth registered in Washington Boys and Girls Clubs who are impacted by your support. Increased funding would allow WOHF to train staff and provide more educational materials for Parent/Family Oral Health nights at clubs. Title Sponsor: AmericanWest Bank

Awards Luncheon Sponsor: Constantine Builders Inc.

Golf Cart Sponsor: Stuart Silk Architects

Hole Sponsor: Nakanishi Dental Lab


WOHF GOLF CLASSIC AT THE PNDC

presented by

June 15, 2013 · Redmond Ridge Golf Club · Redmond, Wash. Registration 7 am · Shotgun start 8 am

$150 per player includes all events Component Cup • Longest drive challenge • Closest to pin challenge • $10,000 Hole-in-one prize • Awards luncheon/swag bags

Want to sponsor a hole? Email or call Katie Olson, katie@wsda.org / 800.448.3368

WOHF Component Cup

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THIRD ANNUAL


Career Enhancement Series for Hygienists, Assistants, Front Office staff and Spouses

career enhancement series · hygienist, assistant, front office, and spouse tracks Hygienist Educational track Thursday, June 13 Instructor Title

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Beirne Assessment of the Medical Compromised Patient Brinker The Esthetic Dental Assistant: Techniques & Materials Brinker Art of Exquisite Anterior, Posterior, Single … (Fee: $95) Carstensen Treating Sleepy Patients - The Basics and Beyond Chyz The Recognition and Management of … Cole BLS for Health Care Providers (Fee: $95) Cole Heartsaver First Aid (Fee: $95) Guignon What Does Biofilm Have to do with Chronic … Guignon Melting Tooth Syndrome – Recognizing, Preventing and… Hess BOTOX® Therapies for the Dentist Lecture Hess BOTOX® Therapies Workshop (Fee: D - $1,800; S-$300) Low Innovative Periodontics Creates Success in Today’s … Low Incorporating Quality Periodontics into … Low Dog Top Selling Dietary Supplements Low Dog Integrative Medicine: It’s Not Alternative Anymore Meredith Is Burnout the Prodrome for Depression and Substance Abuse? Pattison Advanced Periodontal Instrumentation Lecture Press The Future is Now - Let’s Talk Lasers Press Light it Up! Using Your Lasers in Hygiene (Fee: $150) Sanchez/Verbiest Understanding Cyber Risk Savage The Savage Bottom Line (Fee: $85) Serio International Volunteer Dental Projects Silverman Enteral Sedation Introduction Tucker Preserving and Keeping Periodontally Involved… Wuerch What’s Going On Inside That Tooth? Yousefian More Than Just Straight Teeth Friday, June 14 Instructor Title

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Lesions and Lifestyles - Oral Pathology Review and Update… Annual WISHA Training & Infection Control Medicaid Billing Workshop (Fee: $95) Recognition and Management of Medical Emergencies in … Ethics Panel Trends and Updates on Implant Esthetics and Loading … An Introduction to Dental Spanish (Fee: $95) Physical Examination of the Head and Neck for Dental … Emerging Trends in the Diagnosis and Treatment of … Implant Maintenance Therapy 101 for the Dental Team The Myths and Realities of the Link Between Oral Disease… Ethics is a Choice...Your Choice Endodontic Testing for Dental Staff Clinical Photography Workshop - Great Intraoral… (Fee: $150) Planning and Sequencing Comprehensive Cases, Part 1 Planning and Sequencing Comprehensive Cases, Part 2 The Art and Science of Micro-Ultrasonic … (Fee: $150) Utilizing Laser Technology in a Peridontal Environment (Fee: $175) Is Burnout the Prodrome for Depression and Substance Abuse … Get Fit, Get Smart : Boost Your Brain Power

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Keep Your Edge at Any Age Advanced Periodontal Instrumentation Workshop (Fee: $495) Chartless vs. Paperless: The Great Paper Debate Insurance Billing and Coding Dynamics for the New Decade Understanding Cyber Risk Your Fantastic Dental Team and What Makes It Work 101 Ways to Improve Your Practice in This Economy How To Take Your Practice to the Next Level Advanced Enteral Sedation Update Products for Your Patients: How to Choose & What to Use! Selecting & Integrating Treatment Strategies into Clinical … TranZitional vs. Traditional: Innovations in Composite Bonding Equipment Maintenance, Headpiece repairs… (Fee: $125) Fight Fire with Food: Dietary Modifications to Combat Disease

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Dental Assistant Educational track Thursday, June 13 Instructor Title Beirne Assessment of the Medical Compromised Patient Bellamy Oral Surgery Secrets for the General Practitioner Brinker The Esthetic Dental Assistant: Techniques & Materials Brinker Art of Exquisite Anterior…Provisionals (Fee: $95) Carstensen Treating Sleepy Patients - The Basics and Beyond Carstensen Sleep Appliance Therapy Workshop (Fee: D-$195; S-$145) Chyz The Recognition and Management of Incompletely… Cole BLS for Health Care Providers (Fee: $95) Cole Heartsaver First Aid (Fee: $95) Guignon What Does Biofilm Have to do with Chronic … Guignon Melting Tooth Syndrome – Recognizing, Preventing… Hess BOTOX® Therapies for the Dentist Lecture Hess BOTOX® Therapies Workshop (Fee: D - $1800; S-$300) Low Innovative Periodontics Creates Success in… Low Incorporating Quality Periodontics into … Low Dog Top Selling Dietary Supplements Low Dog Integrative Medicine: It’s Not Alternative Anymore Meredith Is Burnout the Prodrome for Depression and Substance Abuse? Nierman Cross-Coding in Dentistry Sanchez/Verbiest Understanding Cyber Risk Savage The Savage Bottom Line (Fee: $85) Serio International Volunteer Dental Projects… Silverman Enteral Sedation Introduction Wuerch What’s Going On Inside That Tooth? Yousefian More Than Just Straight Teeth Friday, June 14 Instructor Title Andrews Lesions and Lifestyles - Oral Pathology Review … Andrews Annual WISHA Training & Infection Control Baum/Monroe/Ashton Medicaid Billing Workshop (Fee: $95) Beirne Recognition and Management of Medical Emergencies… Ethics Ethics Panel Flanery An Introduction to Dental Spanish (Fee: $95) Gonzales Physical Examination of the Head and Neck for … Gonzales Emerging Trends in the Diagnosis and Treatment … Griffin Let’s Stick Together...Simplifying Indirect and Direct…

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Let’s Stick Together...Simplifying Indirect Workshop (Fee $150) Implant Maintenance Therapy 101 for the Dental Team The Myths and Realities of the Link Between Oral … Ethics is a Choice...Your Choice Endodontic Testing for Dental Staff Clinical Photography Workshop (Fee: $150) Planning and Sequencing Comprehensive Cases, Part 1 Planning and Sequencing Comprehensive Cases Part 2 The Art and Science of Micro-Ultrasonic… (Fee: $150) Is Burnout the Prodrome for Depression and Substance… Get Fit, Get Smart : Boost Your Brain Power Keep Your Edge at Any Age Chartless vs. Paperless: The Great Paper Debate Insurance Billing and Coding Dynamics… Understanding Cyber Risk Your Fantastic Dental Team 101 Ways to Improve Your Practice in This Economy How To Take Your Practice to the Next Level Advanced Enteral Sedation Update TranZitional vs. Traditional: Innovations in Composite … Equipment Maintenance, Headpiece repairs… (Fee: $125) Fight Fire with Food: Dietary Modifications to Combat …

Front Office Educational track Thursday, June 13 Instructor Title Carstensen Treating Sleepy Patients - The Basics and Beyond Duncan The Agony of the Code™ Duncan Foundations of Dental Office Management Hess BOTOX® Therapies for the Dentist Lecture Low Dog Top Selling Dietary Supplements Low Dog Integrative Medicine: It’s Not Alternative Anymore Meredith Is Burnout the Prodrome for Depression and Substance Abuse … Nierman Cross-Coding in Dentistry Sanchez/Verbiest Understanding Cyber Risk Savage The Savage Bottom Line (Fee: $85) Serio International Volunteer Dental Projects… Friday, June 14 Instructor Title Andrews Annual WISHA Training & Infection Control Baum/Monroe/Ashton Medicaid Billing Workshop (Fee: $95) Ethics Ethics Panel Flanery An Introduction to Dental Spanish (Fee: $95) Forrey/Grube Let’s Do It! Social Media Online Marketing… (Fee: $100) Gunn Ethics is a Choice...Your Choice Henderson Clinical Photography Workshop - Great Intraoral… (Fee: $150) Meredith Is Burnout the Prodrome for Depression and Substance Abuse … Odiatu Get Fit, Get Smart : Boost Your Brain Power Odiatu Keep Your Edge at Any Age Phillips Chartless vs. Paperless: The Great Paper Debate

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Insurance Billing and Coding Dynamics for the New Decade Understanding Cyber Risk Your Fantastic Dental Team and What Makes It Work 101 Ways to Improve Your Practice in This Economy How To Take Your Practice to the Next Level Equipment Maintenance, Headpiece repairs… (Fee: $125) Fight Fire with Food: Dietary Modifications to Combat Disease

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Spouse Educational Track

Thursday, June 13 Instructor Title Elster Investment and Retirement Strategies Low Dog Top Selling Dietary Supplements Low Dog Integrative Medicine: It’s Not Alternative Anymore Meredith Is Burnout the Prodrome for Depression and Substance Abuse … Sanchez/Verbiest Understanding Cyber Risk Savage The Savage Bottom Line (Fee: $85) Serio International Volunteer Dental Projects Friday, June 13 Instructor Title Andrews Annual WISHA Training & Infection Control Page Adams Green Office Design Baum/Monroe/Ashton Medicaid Billing Workshop (Fee: $95) 33 Elster Investing & Retirement Strategies in These Challenging Times 27 Flanery An Introduction to Dental Spanish (Fee: $95) 34 Germack/Feder The 5 Keys to a Successful Transition 28 Gunn Ethics is a Choice...Your Choice 29 Gunn Embezzlement: For Your Eyes (and Ears) Only (Fee: $95) 35 Meredith Is Burnout the Prodrome for Depression and Substance Abuse … 29 Odiatu Get Fit, Get Smart : Boost Your Brain Power 30, 35 Odiatu Keep Your Edge at Any Age 37 Phillips Chartless vs. Paperless: The Great Paper Debate 42 Phillips Insurance Billing and Coding Dynamics for the New Decade 33 Sanchez/Verbiest Understanding Cyber Risk Savage Your Fantastic Dental Team and What Makes It Work Schwab 101 Ways to Improve Your Practice in This Economy Schwab How To Take Your Practice to the Next Level Page Zappone Fight Fire with Food: Dietary Modifications to Combat Disease 59 61 50 61 60 55 59 54 Like us on Facebook: 54 www.facebook.com/pacificnwdentalconference 57 53

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FRIDAY WORKSHOPS TIME INSTRUCTOR TITLE AUDIENCE 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. 10:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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TranZitional vs. Traditional: Innovations … Your Fantastic Dental Team and What Makes It Work Implant Maintenance Therapy 101 for the Dental Team Products for Your Patients: How to Choose & What to Use! Let’s Stick Together...Simplifying Indirect… Successful Management of Acute Dental Pain Planning and Sequencing Comprehensive Cases… Chartless vs. Paperless: The Great Paper Debate Lesions and Lifestyles - Oral Pathology Review … Advanced Enteral Sedation Update Ethics Panel Get Fit, Get Smart : Boost Your Brain Power Is Burnout the Prodrome for Depression and Substance Abuse … Physical Examination of the Head and Neck… 101 Ways to Improve Your Practice … Emerging Trends in the Diagnosis and … The Myths and Realities of the Link Between … Selecting & Integrating Treatment Strategies… Managing the Endodontic Infection Planning and Sequencing Comprehensive Cases… Keep Your Edge at Any Age Insurance Billing and Coding Dynamics for … Annual WISHA Training & Infection Control Ethics is a Choice...Your Choice Recognition and Management of Medical… How To Take Your Practice to the Next Level Understanding Cyber Risk in the Dental Office A “New” Removable Partial Dentures Lecture

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Thursday, June 13 from 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. & cont. 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. CDE Credits: 7.5 Hours Room: H-Grand ABC In the past five years significant developments in new hightech devices, new hand instruments and ultrasonic tips have changed the way we teach and practice. This lecture for dentists and dental hygienists provides a detailed update on the newest instruments and the latest ultrasonic units and tips that will enhance your ability to treat patients with moderate to advanced periodontitis. Periodontal endoscopy videos will show the effectiveness of various ultrasonic tips and hand instruments on residual, burnished calculus. New streaming online instructional videos from the Pattison Institute will demonstrate alternative fulcrums, new instruments and advanced techniques.

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THURSDAY LECTURES

Advanced Periodontal Instrumentation Lecture Anna M. Pattison, RDH, MS

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Learning Objectives: • Root debridement: what are the latest concepts? Are viruses more important than bacteria? • The influence of the dental endoscope on instrument selection and sequence • Video comparing hand and ultrasonic instrumentation

• Use of Gracey 15/16,Gracey 17/18, new Double Graceys, Mini Fives™, Micro Mini Fives, new Montana Jack and Nevi sickles, diamond-coated files, Quetin furcation curets, titanium implant instruments and other new periodontal instruments • Comparison of magnetostrictive and piezoelectric ultrasonic units and tip design • New subgingival air polishing technique for periodontal maintenance and implants • Innovative extraoral, reinforced, cross arch and opposite arch fulcrums and positions • Specific techniques for furcations, line angles, and deep narrow pockets Note: This lecture is a pre-requisite for the “Advanced Periodontal Instrumentation” workshop on Friday, June 14, from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Code 11. Ms. Pattison is an Associate Professor and former Chair of the Department of Dental Hygiene at USC. She is the co-author of the textbook, Periodontal Instrumentation and founder of the Pattison Institute. Educational grant provided by:

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Adhesive Dentistry 2013 - Part 1 John Kanca, DMD

ORAL SURGERY

BOTOX®

BOTOX® Therapies for the Dentist Lecture Timothy Hess, DDS, FAGD

Thursday, June 13 from 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: M-404/405 This lecture is a must for those seeking to place the finest restorations possible with the fewest difficulties. Among the topics covered are the principles of adhesion (including an overview of available resin bonding systems), the best and easiest method for creating a properly wet etched dentin surface, sealing of crown preparations, evaluation and treatment of tooth pain and post-operative sensitivity, and the truth about deep posterior restorations. Attendees will also learn about current ceramics and how best to bond to ceramic and the tooth. There will also be a discussion of the best activation lights, whitening, and other things attendees might want to have in their armamentarium. Learning Objectives: • Learn how to maximize the performance of resin bonding agents • Learn how to generate outstanding posterior contacts in resin composites • Discover why and how to seal crown preps Dr. Kanca is the founder of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.

Thursday, June 13 from 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: H-Cedar BOTOX® utilization by health care professionals is increasing. The dentist’s expert knowledge of the head and neck anatomy make them an ideal provider of BOTOX® therapies. This lecture will focus on aesthetic and therapeutic procedures that can be easily incorporated into any dental practice. This lecture will be didactic and include live demonstration of BOTOX® administration and is recommended to any member of the dental team with an interest in facial aesthetics and BOTOX® therapies.

Oral Surgery Secrets for the General Practitioner Tobin Bellamy, DMD Thursday, June 13 from 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m (Repeats Thursday) CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: M-402/403 Oral surgery can be one of the most rewarding procedures a dental practitioner can perform. It can also be the most stressful if complications are encountered. This lecture will help the general practitioner navigate pre-operative diagnosis, procedures, and possible complications that can be encountered. Learning Objectives: • Complications including bleeding, sinus exposure and dry sockets • Pre-operative areas such as steroid use, pregnancy and anti-coagulants • Extractions and ridge preservation prior to implant placement Dr. Bellamy runs a private oral and maxillofacial surgery office near Vancouver, Canada.

Learning Objectives:: • Introduction to BOTOX® aesthetic procedures and therapeutic procedures of the head and neck performed by dentists • Preparation and administration of BOTOX® • Evaluation, communication and documentation of BOTOX® treatments to achieve clinical success and meet patient expectations. Note: This course is a prerequisite for the “BOTOX® Therapies for the Dentist” workshop offered on Thursday, June 13, from 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m., Code 10. Dr. Hess practices in Auburn, Wash. and has been administering and teaching BOTOX® and dermal fillers since 2009.

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Audience Key: Dentists, Hygienists, EFDA/Dental Assistants, Lab Tech, Front Office, Exhibit Hall Hours: Thursday - 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m., Friday - 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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Lectures · Thursday, June 13

DENTAL ASSISTING

The Esthetic Dental Assistant: Techniques & Materials Shannon L. Brinker, CDA

ENDODONTICS

New Dimensions in Endodontics Lecture Alex Fleury, DDS, MS

Learning Objectives: • Taking a facebow transfer & model articulation • Temporization for esthetic restorations • Composite mock-ups Ms. Brinker is a faculty member at Spear Education. Educational grant provided by:

CRACKED TEETH The Recognition and Management of Incompletely Cracked Teeth Grant T. Chyz, DDS

Thursday, June 13 from 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: M-Theater The level of care being offered to patients in the esthetic and cosmetic-focused practice requires the dental assistant to acquire advanced training in clinical techniques and materials management. Dental assistants are VITAL to increasing the level of chairside efficiency and improving clinical effectiveness. This lecture is designed to prepare the dental assistant for immediate success! Get ready to explore the following advanced cosmetic and esthetic assisting procedures: pre-operative study models, rubber dam placement, bleaching, smile design, laboratory communication, and digital photography.

CLINICAL PEARLS PROGRAM

Thursday, June 13 from 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: H-Evergreen GHI The goal of this lecture is to have all dentists learn how to perform endodontics so they can offer their patients a predictable long-term natural dentition option as an alternative to implants. We will thoroughly discuss access, non- surgical ultrasonic use, instrumentation techniques, and a new bioceramic obturation method. Particular emphasis will be placed on developing endodontic synchronicity between a machined preparation and a laser verified master bioceramic coated cone. Additionally, a new obturation technique (Synchronized Hydraulic Condensation) will be introduced. Learning Objectives: • How to incorporate new material science, such as bioceramic technology into your practice • How endodontics can be precision-based • How to perform root canal therapy in such a manner that you actually enhance the long-term prognosis of the tooth

Thursday, June 13 from 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. CDE Credits: 1.5 Hours Room: H-Juniper The recognition and management of incompletely cracked teeth has received virtually no attention in literature. This lecture will discuss the significance of internal cracks in relation to treatment, long-term prognosis, complications and patient expectations. Learn how to minimize the risks that contribute to crack formation, as well as how to manage cracks that have formed, but have not reached critical length. Learning Objectives: • Understand treatment guidelines • Discover long-term treatment options • Learn how to guide patients through treatment Dr. Chyz maintains a full-time esthetic and restorative practice in downtown Seattle.

Note: This course is a prerequisite to the “New Dimensions in Endodontics” workshop on Thursday, June 13 from 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m., Code 5. Dr. Alex Fleury has a full time private practice in Dallas, TX.

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INSURANCE The Agony of the Code™ Teresa Duncan, MS

Thursday, June 13 from 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: H-Grand EF Insurance is an important part of your office’s revenue cycle but it does not need to overwhelm your daily routine. Manage your information and your claims to minimize delays and rejections. This lecture is perfect for the new or uncertain coder. Learning Objectives: • Introduction to basic coding including explanation of the most common procedures encountered in a dental office • Tips to obtain reimbursement for your practice and your patients, including writing your narratives and sending attachments • Brief discussion of coding trends including dental diagnosis codes Ms. Duncan is the President of Odyssey Management, Inc.

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BOTOX® BOTOX® Therapies for the Dentist Lecture Timothy Hess, DDS, FAGD

BOTOX®

BOTOX® Therapies for the Dentist Workshop Timothy Hess, DDS, FAGD

Thursday, June 13 from 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: H-Cedar BOTOX® utilization by health care professionals is increasing. The dentist’s expert knowledge of the head and neck anatomy make them an ideal provider of BOTOX® therapies. This lecture will focus on aesthetic and therapeutic procedures that can be easily incorporated into any dental practice. This lecture will be didactic and include live demonstration of BOTOX® administration and is recommended to any member of the dental team with an interest in facial aesthetics and BOTOX® therapies.

Dr. Hess practices in Auburn, Wash. and has been administering and teaching BOTOX® and dermal fillers since 2009.

Thursday, June 13 from 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. • Code 10 CDE Credits: 3 Hours Dentists Fee: $1,800 Staff Fee with Dentist: $300 • Code 36 Limit: 30 Room: M-406 The dentist’s expert knowledge of the head and neck anatomy make them an ideal provider of BOTOX® therapies. This workshop will focus on aesthetic and therapeutic procedures that can be easily incorporated into any dental practice. Following completion of this workshop the dentist will have the skills and confidence to start administering BOTOX® on return to their Learning Objectives: office. This workshop will include hands-on preparation and • Introduction to BOTOX® aesthetic procedures and administration of BOTOX® and is recommended for dentists therapeutic procedures of the head and neck performed by wishing to implement BOTOX® aesthetic or therapeutic proce dentists dures into their practices. Dentists are encouraged to bring a • Preparation and administration of BOTOX®. staff member that assists in aesthetic procedures and will be • Evaluation, communication and documentation of involved with BOTOX® treatments to the workshop. Tuition in BOTOX® treatments to achieve clinical success and meet cludes syllabus, forms, supplies and 100 Units of BOTOX®. patient expectations. Learning Objectives: Note: This course is a prerequisite for the “BOTOX® Thera- • Introduction to BOTOX® aesthetic procedures and pies for the Dentist” workshop offered on Thursday, June 13, therapeutic procedures of the head and neck performed by from 2:00p.m. - 5:00 p.m., Code 10 dentists • Preparation and administration of BOTOX® • Evaluation, communication and documentation of BOTOX® treatments to achieve clinical success and meet patient expectations Participants should bring: loupes, proof of malpractice coverage and 1-2 patients for administration of BOTOX®.

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CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY

What Does Biofilm Have to do with Chronic Disease, Persistent Wounds, and Recurrent Infections? Anne Guignon, RDH, MPH

Is Burnout the Prodrome for Depression and Substance Abuse in Dentists, and What Can We Do About It Charles Meredith, MD

Thursday, June 13 from 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: M-407/409

Thursday, June 13 from 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. (Repeats Friday) CDE Credits: 1.5 Hours Room: H-Laurel According to recent research, healthcare providers are at increased risk for the development of professional burnout - a syndrome characterized by depersonalization, emotional exhaustion, and feelings of low personal accomplishment leading to decreased effectiveness at work. Dentists in particular are subject to a wide range of stressors which can lead to burnout.

Biofilms are complex polymicrobial communities that contribute to many debilitating diseases, including periodontal disease and caries. Biofilms play a significant role in the development of chronic wounds, delayed wound healing and persistent re-infections and resist traditional antibiotic therapy. New combination therapies are emerging that treat Mother Nature’s most unique microbial challenges. Learning Objectives: • What is a biofilm and how does it form? • Understand the biofilm connection to chronic disease and recurrent infections • Recognize the unique biofilm ecology in periodontal disease and caries • Appreciate the role of risk assessment in identifying patients at risk for disease • Realize how xerostomia affects biofilm ecology • Learn why ultrasonic scalers disrupt biofilm • Identify new strategies to involve the patient in battling biofilm at home

Learning Objectives: • Learn to identify burnout and its personal and professional consequences • Learn about the importance of prioritizing personal health and wellness • Learn about the WPHP services available for dentists in Washington and how WPHP interacts with the dental community

HEALTH Top Selling Dietary Supplements Tieraona Low Dog, MD Thursday, June 13 from 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: H-Grand IJK Roughly 60 percent of Americans take dietary supplements. With so much information, it can be difficult sorting out those that are of value from those with little evidence of benefit. This informative lecture provides the most current evidence of safety and benefit for the top selling supplements in the US. Learning Objectives: • Identify which dietary supplements have strong evidence of benefit • Learn the challenges in using dietary supplements • Discover resources for accurate and current information on quality, safety, and benefits of dietary supplements Dr. Tieraona Low Dog is the Fellowship Director for the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine.

Dr. Charles Meredith is the Medical Director of the Washington Physicians Health Program (WPHP).

Ms. Guignon holds an adjunct faculty position at the University of Texas Dental School. Guignon

Audience Key: Dentists, Hygienists, EFDA/Dental Assistants, Lab Tech, Front Office, Exhibit Hall Hours: Thursday - 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m., Friday - 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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Lectures · Thursday, June 13

HYGIENE/LASERS The Future is Now - Let’s Talk Lasers Janet Press, RDH

INSURANCE Cross-Coding in Dentistry Rose Nierman

Thursday, June 13 from 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: H-Auditorium There has never been a better opportunity than now in treating periodontal infection through the incorporation of laser technology. Explore the value and benefit of hygiene-assisted laser therapy. Achieve new levels in patient health and wellness as we meet the demands of oral and systemic health in the 21st Century. Learning Objectives: • Learn the correlation between emerging science and laser technology when combating periodontal infections • Discover new laser applications that optimize clinical results and patient treatment acceptance • Expand your practice model of available treatment incorporating laser technology Note: This course is a prerequisite for “Light It Up! Using Your Lasers in Hygiene” workshop on Thursday, June 13 from 1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m., Code 6. Ms. Janet Press has been involved in specialty and general practice 36 years with 16 years experience in soft tissue lasers.

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PERIODONTICS Innovative Periodontics Creates Success in Today’s Dental Practice Samuel B. Low, DDS, MS, M.Ed. Thursday, June 13 from 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: H-Evergreen E

Thursday, June 13 from 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. (Repeats Thursday Afternoon) CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: H-Evergreen F This medical billing lecture will review the codes, forms, and documents needed for dentists and their teams to successfully bill medical insurance. We will go over an introduction to medical billing, the verification of benefits, narrative reports that make the difference, and many other important and useful pieces of information to make medical billing successful in your office. Learning Objectives: • Learn how to integrate medical billing in your dental office • Learn the CPT codes that can be billed to medical • Learn the documentation and records necessary for medical billing Ms. Nierman is the author of the CrossCode ™ manual, DentaWriter ™, and CrossCode ™ software.

Take the frustration out of delivering periodontal care and develop a systems approach to success including patient case acceptance, tooth retention, and financial rewards. This lecture will provide the tools needed to establish a quality periodontal maintenance program that enhances the restorative practice and will include third party reimbursement. Learning Objectives: • Learn how to collect periodontal data in an efficient manner to accurately determine the prognosis of restorative abutments • Develop realistic non-surgical therapies and the respective reevaluation with emphasis on new anti- inflammatory systems including micro-ultrasonics, laser technology, and nutraceuticals as probiotics and anti-oxidants • Learn to empower the dental hygienist with expanded descriptions beyond the “prophy” Dr. Low is an associate faculty member of the Pankey Institute with 30 years of private practice.

ADA The Washington State Dental Association is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry.

Academy of General Dentistry WSDA is designated as an Approved PACE Program Provider by the Academy of General Dentistry. For attendance verification, take your CDE Verification Form, which is available at the conclusion of each course, to the AGD booth on the first floor of the Hyatt Regency during conference hours.

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Audience Key: Dentists, Hygienists, EFDA/Dental Assistants, Lab Tech, Front Office, Exhibit Hall Hours: Thursday - 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m., Friday - 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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The Recognition and Management of Incompletely Cracked Teeth Grant T. Chyz, DDS

Thursday, June 13 from 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. CDE Credits: 1.5 Hours Room: H-Juniper The recognition and management of incompletely cracked teeth has received virtually no attention in literature. This lecture will discuss the significance of internal cracks in relation to treatment, long-term prognosis, complications and patient expectations. Learn how to minimize the risks that contribute to crack formation, as well as how to manage cracks that have formed, but have not reached critical length. Learning Objectives: • Understand treatment guidelines • Discover long-term treatment options • Learn how to guide patients through treatment Dr. Chyz maintains a full-time esthetic and restorative practice in downtown Seattle.

PERIODONTICS Preserving and Keeping Periodontally Involved Teeth: A Lost Art Lloyd M. Tucker, DMD, MSD

Thursday, June 13 from 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. CDE Credits: 1.5 Hours Room: H-Juniper This lecture will cover the often-neglected topic of resurrecting and keeping periodontally involved teeth. With the advent and now routine use of dental implants, treatment of periodontal disease and preservation of compromised teeth has become greatly de-emphasized. In spite of the important role that implants play, this lecture will intentionally avoid discussing implants, and focus entirely on the various ways in which we can achieve what is still our profession’s main priority: preserving and keeping natural teeth. Dr. Tucker owns a private practice and is founder of the Renaissance Study Club.

ENDODONTIC DIAGNOSIS What’s Going On Inside That Tooth? Rolf M. Wuerch, DDS

Thursday, June 13 from 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. CDE Credits: 1.5 Hours Room: H-Juniper Just as our life has a certain timeline so does the pulp tissue inside a tooth. Beautiful restorations start with a strong foundation and proper understanding of its health, including diagnosis of pulpal disease, resorption and cracks, are of vital importance. This lecture will help fine tune pulpal, periapical and radiographic diagnosis skills to provide excellent restorations to your patients. The topics discussed will be useful for everyday practice. Learning Objectives: • Diagnosis of pulpal health and the “Pulpal Timeline” • Understand the difference between pulpal inflammation and infection. • Distinguish between sinus and odontogenic causes of pain • Diagnosis of cracked teeth and potential outcomes • Understand the possible etiologies of root resorption • Distinguish between internal and external root resorption and determine prognosis associated with each type Dr. Wuerch is a partner in Advanced Endodontic Care with offices in the Tri-Cities and Walla Walla, Wash.

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ORTHODONTICS More Than Just Straight Teeth Joseph Yousefian, DMD, MS, MA Thursday, June 13 from 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. CDE Credits: 1.5 Hours Room: H-Juniper Proper orthodontic intervention has an enormous capability to influence the growth and development of the PharyngOroFacial anatomy. As a result, it can be utilized effectively in early diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of related complications including dentofacial disharmonies, TMJ problems, airway difficulties and premature orofacial ageing. This lecture will demonstrate how orthodontic treatment strategies can be expanded to positively impact and improve patients’ overall health beyond just straightening the teeth. Learning Objectives: • Early diagnosis of orthodontic and PharyngOroFacial problems • Proper timing of the orthodontic intervention • Interdisciplinary approach for diagnosis and treatment of PharyngOroFacial complications Dr. Yousefian owns a dental practice in Bellevue, Wash.

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Special Evening Session · Thursday, June 13

SPECIAL EVENING SESSION - LECTURE

SPECIAL EVENING SESSION - WORKSHOP

ENDODONTICS

ORAL SURGERY

21 Endodontic Practice Builders that Can Be Immediately Applied to Your Practice

Oral Surgery Workshop Tobin Bellamy, DMD

John D. West, DDS, MSD

Thursday, June 13 from 6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. CDE Credit: 2.5 Hours Fee: $250 Limit: 16 Room: M-402/403

Thursday, June 13 from 6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. • Code 27 CDE Credits: 2.5 Hours Room: M-Theater Ticket is required, however, there is no additional charge for this lecture.

John D. West, DDS, MSD

Find out how doing more, and better, endodontics is one of the fastest ways to improve business and practice satisfaction. Dr. John West, one of the world’s premier interdisciplinary endodontic clinicians, will present the components of building your practice through endodontic skills including diagnosis, endodontic predictability, role of the latest tools and techniques and more. By understanding the “cracked tooth syndrome” alone, you will diagnose during the next 12 months over $100,000 of a condition that most dentists miss. Learning Objectives: • How to impliment new knowledge and technical skills to grow your practice • Discover the role of new “tools” and “team endo” in optimizing endodontic performance • Learn the secret to growing your practice through endodontics

Oral surgery is an every day event in a dental practice. Fortunately, many of the skills learned in dental school have been refined to enable faster and better healing. During this handson workshop many every day and not so every day scenarios will be discussed and practiced on life-like models each participant can then take to their practice. Procedures such as ridge preservation, sinus exposure and root fracture will be included. Learning Objectives: • Describe and perform ridge preservation procedures • Retrieve fractured roots • Handle a sinus exposure and perform procedures that will minimize the formation of an oro-antal fistula • Use atraumatic extraction techniques to aid preservation of buccal bone Dr. Bellamy runs a private oral and maxillofacial surgery office near Vancouver, Canada.

Dr. West is the founder and director of the Center for Endodontics. Tobin Bellamy, DMD

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Audience Key: Dentists, Hygienists, EFDA/Dental Assistants, Lab Tech, Front Office, Exhibit Hall Hours: Thursday - 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m., Friday - 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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Enteral Sedation Introduction Michael Silverman, DMD

SLEEP APNEA

Treating Sleepy Patients - The Basics and Beyond Stephen W. Carstensen, DDS

VOLUNTEERISM International Volunteer Dental Projects: What’s It All About Anyway? Francis G. Serio, DMD, MS Thursday, June 13 from 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: H-Regency F

Thursday, June 13 from 8:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. CDE Credits: 3.5 Hours Room: H-Evergreen ABC An astounding 30 percent of the population suffers from dental anxiety. Implementing enteral sedation gives you the skills to change lives and raise patients’ confidence. With sedation, patients remember little of an appointment and feel as though hours are mere minutes. You’ll be able to handle complex cases in a shorter timeframe. This lecture will introduce you to safely integrating enteral sedation into your practice. You will learn how both your most frightened patients and extensive appointments can be transformed into some of the best visits. Learning Objectives: • Learn crucial safety provisions • Identify vital equipment for sedation • Readily decrease or increase sedation levels • Convey crucial skills for communicating with a sedated patient • Describe the science of sedation

Thursday, June 13 from 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: H-Regency ABC The dental office team needs to understand medical terminology and sleep details to communicate effectively with physician’s offices. We will talk about the anatomy and physiology of sleep and the disruptions that occur. Treatment options will be discussed and the role of the dental team explored. Various oral appliances will be shown with both positive and negative characteristics discussed. Learning Objectives: • Identify which patients might be at risk for sleep apnea • Learn how to motivate patients to seek diagnosis • Learn how to transfer acrylic appliance skills to sleep apnea treatment devices

This lecture is designed for those attendees who want to learn more about the nuts and bolts of volunteering in your local area or around the world. Topics include the nature of volunteer activities, cross-cultural issues, comparison of service and teaching projects, how to get started, the do’s and don’ts of volunteering, and where to find these volunteer opportunities. There will be ample time for interaction with the Dr. Serio and other experienced members of the audience. Learning Objectives: • Outline the steps necessary to get started including needs assessment, goal setting, and team assembly • Learn the basics of volunteering including project support • How to find volunteer opportunities Dr. Serio is the founder and former director of the Dominican Dental Mission Project.

Dr. Carstensen has been in private dental practice since 1983.

Dr. Silverman is co-founder of DOCS Education. Educational grant provided by: Carstensen

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CLINICAL PEARLS PROGRAM PERIODONTICS

Preserving and Keeping Periodontally Involved Teeth: A Lost Art Lloyd M. Tucker, DMD, MSD

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

Investing & Retirement Strategies in These Challenging Times

Foundations of Dental Office Management Teresa Duncan, MS

Mike Elster Friday, June 14 from 1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. CDE Credits: 0 Hours (Investment lectures do not earn credits) Room: H-Cedar

Thursday, June 13 from 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. CDE Credits: 1.5 Hours Room: H-Juniper This lecture will cover the often-neglected topic of resurrecting and keeping periodontally involved teeth. With the advent and now routine use of dental implants, treatment of periodontal disease and preservation of compromised teeth has become greatly de-emphasized. In spite of the important role that implants play, this lecture will intentionally avoid discussing implants, and focus entirely on the various ways in which we can achieve what is still our profession’s main priority: preserving and keeping natural teeth. Dr. Tucker owns a private practice and is founder of the Renaissance Study Club.

The market has been on an incredible roller coaster for over four years and as a result many dentists have lost substantial assets that affected their retirement goals. In 2004 the market rebounded a great deal, but many doctors were not positioned to take full advantage of this movement. In 2008, the economy dramatically declined and many doctors who were positioned to be financially successful were drastically affected. Learning Objectives: • How to create a retirement plan that works under any market condition • How to pass on your values, not just your assets, to your children and grandchildren • How to integrate your investment strategy with your retirement strategy during these turbulent times • How to feel financially successful and have peace of mind with your spouse around your financial life • How to select an advisor you can trust in the wake of scandals in the accounting and brokerage industries • How to recover losses and reach your retirement goal de- spite the stock market drop • How to take tax advantages in this changing market • How to set up a pension plan where you can get over 90 percent of the benefit Note: Beginning June 1, attendees may call 800-444-6162 to schedule 50 minute mini-consultations with Mr. Elster at the PNDC. Mr. Elster is financial expert with Mercer Advisors.

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Thursday, June 13 from 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: H-Grand EF This new lecture is designed for doctors or managers with less than five years of management experience or those desiring a refresher course on the basics of dental office management. Discussions will focus on situations that most managers encounter in their new roles. From hiring and firing to managing your practice’s revenue cycle – we’ll review basic systems that you will need to have in place. Learning Objectives: • Learn to structure an effective team • Discover how to manage your practice for financial success • Develop leadership skills and discover the impact of attitude on your team Ms. Duncan is the President of Odyssey Management, Inc.

CLINICAL PEARLS PROGRAM ENDODONTIC DIAGNOSIS

What’s Going On Inside That Tooth? Rolf M. Wuerch, DDS

Thursday, June 13 from 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. CDE Credits: 1.5 Hours Room: H-Juniper Just as our life has a certain timeline so does the pulp tissue inside a tooth. Beautiful restorations start with a strong foundation and proper understanding of its health, including diagnosis

Audience Key: Dentists, Hygienists, EFDA/Dental Assistants, Lab Tech, Front Office, Exhibit Hall Hours: Thursday - 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m., Friday - 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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Learning Objectives: • Diagnosis of pulpal health and the “Pulpal Timeline” • Understand the difference between pulpal inflammation and infection. • Distinguish between sinus and odontogenic causes of pain • Diagnosis of cracked teeth and potential outcomes • Understand the possible etiologies of root resorption • Distinguish between internal and external root resorption and determine prognosis associated with each type Dr. Wuerch is a partner in Advanced Endodontic Care with offices in the Tri-Cities and Walla Walla, Wash. Educational grant provided by:

DENTINAL HYPERSENSITIVITY

Melting Tooth Syndrome – Recognizing, Preventing and Treating Erosion and Dentinal Hypersensitivity Anne Guignon, RDH, MDH

and create enormous clinical challenges. Many patients who consume ever-increasing amounts of soda pop and other acidic beverages, factors contributing directly to the rising incidence of tooth hypersensitivity, have exposed dentin. This lecture will cover factors leading to non-carious loss of tooth structure and the development of dentinal hypersensitivity, as well as provide new, novel approaches to both diagnosing and treating these perplexing problems accurately. Learning Objectives: • Describe the factors that contribute to functional tooth wear and chemical erosion • Learn how to recognize and treat hypersensitivity in the clinical setting • Become aware of how dietary habits and eating disorders contribute to melting tooth syndrome • Appreciate the role of healthy saliva in combating erosion • Understand home care options for remineralization and salivary stimulation Ms. Guignon holds an adjunct faculty position at the University of Texas Dental School. HEALTH Integrative Medicine: It’s Not Alternative Anymore Tieraona Low Dog, MD Thursday, June 13 from 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: H-Grand IJK

Now that millions of patients keep their teeth for a lifetime, patients often suffer needlessly from erosion and dentinal hypersensitivity, problems that profoundly affect quality of life

INSURANCE Cross-Coding in Dentistry Rose Nierman

Thursday, June 13 from 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. (repeat) CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: H-Evergreen F

This medical billing lecture will review the codes, forms, and documents needed for dentists and their teams to successfully bill medical insurance. We will go over an introduction to medical billing, the verification of benefits, narrative reports that make the difference, and many other important and useful pieces of information to make medical billing successful in your office.

Integrative medicine is a healing-oriented discipline that takes into account the whole person: body, mind and spirit. It emphasizes the therapeutic relationship and makes use of both conventional and evidence-based alternative therapies. Explore the possibilities of this new approach to medicine and health.

Thursday, June 13 from 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: M-407/409

Dr. Low Dog is the Fellowship Director for the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine.

Learning Objectives: • Learn how to integrate medical billing in your dental office • Learn the CPT codes that can be billed to medical • Learn the documentation and records necessary for medical billing Ms. Nierman is the author of the CrossCode ™ manual, DentaWriter ™, and CrossCode ™ software.

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of pulpal disease, resorption and cracks, are of vital importance. This lecture will help tune pulpal, periapical and radiographic diagnosis skills to provide excellent restorations to your patients. The topics discussed will be useful for everyday practice.


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INSTRUMENTATION

INSTRUMENTATION Advanced Periodontal Instrumentation Lecture Anna M. Pattison, RDH, MS

For Hygienists:

Anna Pattison Educational grant provided by:

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Advanced Periodontal Instrumentation Workshop Anna M. Pattison, RDH, MS

Thursday, June 13 from 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. & cont. 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. CDE Credits: 7.5 Room: H-Grand ABC

Friday, June 14 from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. • Code 11 CDE Credits: 7.5 Hours Fee: $495 Limit: 45 Room: H-Grand ABC

In the past five years significant developments in new hightech devices, new hand instruments and ultrasonic tips have changed the way we teach and practice. This lecture for dentists and dental hygienists provides a detailed update on the newest instruments and the latest ultrasonic units and tips that will enhance your ability to treat patients with moderate to advanced periodontitis. Periodontal endoscopy videos will show the effectiveness of various ultrasonic tips and hand instruments on residual, burnished calculus. New streaming online instructional videos from the Pattison Institute will demonstrate alternative fulcrums, new instruments and advanced techniques.

This full-day workshop for dentists and dental hygienists is designed to enhance your periodontal instrumentation, enabling you to treat patients with greater skill and confidence. This intensive hands-on experience features instruction with more than 70 instruments, two magnetostrictive and three piezoelectric ultrasonic units, streaming online instructional videos and continuous TV demonstrations by Anna Pattison plus a team of experienced instructors attentive to your individualized needs throughout the day.

Learning Objectives: • Root debridement: what are the latest concepts? Are viruses more important than bacteria? • The influence of the dental endoscope on instrument selection and sequence • Video comparing hand and ultrasonic instrumentation • Use of Gracey 15/16,Gracey 17/18, new Double Graceys, Mini Fives™, Micro Mini Fives, new Montana Jack and Nevi sickles, diamond-coated files, Quetin furcation curets, titanium implant instruments and other new periodontal instruments • Comparison of magnetostrictive and piezoelectric ultrasonic units and tip design • New subgingival air polishing technique for periodontal maintenance and implants • Innovative extraoral, reinforced, cross arch and opposite arch fulcrums and positions • Specific techniques for furcations, line angles, and deep narrow pockets Note: This lecture is a pre-requisite for the “Advanced Periodontal Instrumentation Workshop” on Friday, June 14 from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Code 11.

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Learning Objectives: • Root planning exercises and root morphology review on extracted teeth • Keys to effective instrumentation technique • Sextant by sextant hands-on instrumentation on typodonts, with accurate root anatomy and periodontal defects using more 70 instruments • Use of the Gracey 15/16, Gracey 17/18, new double Graceys, Mini Fives, new Micro Minis, diamond coated files, Quetin furcation curets and other new instruments • Use of extraoral, reinforced, crossarch and opposite arch fulcrums • Innovative approaches for access to difficult problem areas such as furcations, line angles and deep, narrow pockets • Instrument sharpening: hands-on practice • Piezoelectric and Magnetostrictive ultrasonic scaling techniques on typodonts • Subgingival air polishing technique practice on typodonts Note: It is advisable for attendees to not wear white clothing. Pre-requisite: “Advanced Periodontal Instrumentation Lecture” offered Thursday, June 13 from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Ms. Pattison is an Associate Professor and former Chair of the Department of Dental Hygiene at USC. She is the co-author of the textbook, Periodontal Instrumentation and founder of the Pattison Institute.


Tobin Bellamy, DMD Thursday, June 13 from 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. (repeat) CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: M-Theater Oral surgery can be one of the most rewarding procedures a dental practitioner can perform. It can also be the most stressful if complications are encountered. This lecture will help the general practitioner navigate pre-operative diagnosis, procedures, and possible complications that can be encountered. Learning Objectives: • Complications including bleeding, sinus exposure and dry sockets • Pre-operative areas such as steroid use, pregnancy and anti-coagulants • Extractions and ridge preservation prior to implant placement Dr. Bellamy runs a private oral and maxillofacial surgery office near Vancouver, Canada.

PARTIALS

A “New” Removable Partial Dentures Lecture - Part 1 James S. Brudvik, DDS Thursday, June 13 from 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. CDE Credit: 3 Hours Room: H-Auditorium New materials and implant options, coupled with a variety of uses for laser welding, have changed the way patients are treated with removable partial dentures. This lecture will bring clinicians up to date on partial dentures and give them the confidence they need in dealing with their dental laboratory technicians in the construction of these prostheses.

• A review of the five classes of removable partial dentures • New uses for Co-Cr alloys in implant over-dentures Note: Part 2 of this lecture will be held on Friday, June 14 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Dr. Brudvik is the emeritus professor in prosthodontics and has been on the University of Washington faculty since 1979.

PERIODONTICS Incorporating Quality Periodontics into Comprehensive Restoration Dentistry Samuel B. Low, DDS, MS, M.Ed. Thursday, June 13 from 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: H-Evergreen E

The dental practitioner is continually challenged in periodontal care with customizing treatment for the restorative patient. Complicating the decision process is the influence of the patient’s esthetic expectations and economic considerations. During this lecture, we will unravel the complexities by determining patient resistance/susceptibility patterns for predictable outcomes and by providing a “systems” approach to assessing prognosis for restorative abutments versus when to extract with resulting implant therapy. Learning Objectives: • Learn how to enhance esthetic results by manipulating gingivae • Discover the role of laser therapy in periodontics including crown lengthening • Learn to create true success by creating positive case acceptance and establishing long-term maintenance goals Dr. Low is an associate faculty member of the Pankey Institute with 30 years of private practice.

Learning Objectives: • The New Partial Denture - Six changes to the way we have been doing things

Audience Key: Dentists, Hygienists, EFDA/Dental Assistants, Lab Tech, Front Office, Exhibit Hall Hours: Thursday - 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m., Friday - 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Understanding Cyber Risk in the Dental Office Melissa P. Sanchez Chris Verbiest Thursday, June 13 from 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: H-Regency F

When we hear the term “cyber risk” we’re tempted to think of computers being hacked into but cyber risk also comes in other forms and it can be very difficult if not impossible to completely insulate yourself from it. Cyber risk is a rapidly growing concern and it’s increasingly affecting dental practices. Would you know what to do if you discovered your patient’s personal information was compromised? Do you understand what HIPAA and state requirements mandate if your patient’s data is breached? We’ll look at the penalties and costs associated with a breach once it has occurred and how it can impact your practice. Mr. Verbiest is vice president and general manager of the Northwest Dentists Insurance Company (NORDIC). Ms. Sanchez is the manager for NORDIC, providing professional liability insurance and risk management services to dentists in the Pacific Northwest.

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RISK MANAGEMENT

ORAL SURGERY

Oral Surgery Secrets for the General Practitioner


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ADHESION/ BONDING

CLINICAL PEARLS PROGRAM

Adhesive Dentistry 2013 - Part 2 John Kanca, DMD Thursday, June 13 from 2:00p.m. - 5:00 p.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: M-404/405

Learning Objectives: • Understand the American Heart Association’s stratification of cardiac risk in patients with cardiovascular disease. • Learn how to assess and modify care for patients with cardiovascular disease, pulmonary disease and diabetes as well as for patients taking anticoagulants.

ORTHODONTICS

This lecture is a must for those seeking to place the finest restorations possible with the fewest difficulties. Among the topics covered are the principles of adhesion (including an overview of available resin bonding systems), the best and easiest method for creating a properly wet etched dentin surface, sealing crown preparations, evaluation and treatment of tooth pain and postoperative sensitivity, and the truth about deep posterior restorations. Attendees will also learn about current ceramics and how best to bond to ceramic and the tooth. There will also be a discussion of the best activation lights, whitening, and other things attendees might want to have their armamentarium.

More Than Just Straight Teeth Joseph Yousefian, DMD, MS, MA Thursday, June 13 from 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. CDE Credits: 1.5 Hours Room: H-Juniper

Dr. Beirne is currently Professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Washington and Chief of Hospital Dentistry at the University of Washington Medical Center.

Proper orthodontic intervention has an enormous capability to influence the growth and development of the PharyngOroFacial anatomy. As a result, it can be utilized effectively in early diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of related complications including dentofacial disharmonies, TMJ problems, airway difficulties and premature orofacial ageing. This lecture will demonstrate how orthodontic treatment strategies can be expanded to positively impact and improve patents’ overall health beyond just straightening the teeth.

Learning Objectives: • Learn how to maximize the performance of resin bonding agents • Learn how to generate outstanding posterior contacts in resin composites • Discover why and how to seal crown preps

Learning Objectives: • Early diagnosis of orthodontic and PharyngOroFacial problems • Proper timing of the orthodontic intervention • Interdisciplinary approach for diagnosis and treatment of PharyngOroFacial complications

Dr. Kanca is the founder of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.

Dr. Yousefian owns a dental practice in Bellevue, Wash.

ANESTHESIA/ MEDICINE Assessment of the Medically Compromised Patient

O. Ross Beirne, DMD Thursday, June 13 from 2:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. CDE Credits: 3.5 Hours Room: H-Evergreen ABC

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WORKSHOPS BASIC LIFE SUPPORT BLS for Health Care Providers Art Cole

Thursday, June 13 from 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. • Code 1 Thursday, June 13 from 1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. • Code 7 CDE Credit: 3 hours Fee: $ 95 Limit: 60 Room: H-Larch The BLS for Health Care Providers course covers core material such as adult CPR (including two - rescuer scenarios and use of the bag mask), foreign-body airway obstruction, and automated external defibrillation (AED). Participants will receive their CPR certification course completion card (cards expire every two years). Mr. Cole is a firefighter/paramedic with more than 25 years of experience.

Assessment is essential for the safe treatment of the medically-compromised patient. The pre-treatment assessment is especially important if these complex patients require sedation. This lecture will present recommendations for evaluating medically compromised patients that will enable health care providers to identify risks and prevent complications.

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Around Bellevue:

Shopping

Bellevue shopping offers endless variety — from the classic elegance of The Shops at the Bravern, a vibrant outdoor village with the region’s only Neiman Marcus, iconic fashion brands and award-winning cuisine by celebrated chefs, to non-stop shopping at more than 200 stores at The Bellevue Collection, including Nordstrom, Crate and Barrel, Macy’s and Tiffany & Co., to the quaint, friendly shopping experience of Old Bellevue with upscale boutiques and gift shops, deli’s and restaurants — Bellevue has it all. Scan QR Code for a personal video from speakers. See page 18 for instructions on scanning.

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Around Bellevue: Wineries

Around Bellevue:

Wineries

Woodinville Wine Country is home to more than 90 wineries and tasting rooms representing every appellation in Washington. From historic and beautiful grounds to quaint boutique wineries where the winemakers themselves pour their creations, the wineries of Woodinville offer as many diverse experiences as they do wine. Nearly all of the Woodinville wineries grow their grapes in Eastern Washington, where vineyards boast sandy, gravelly soils providing an idea medium to plant vines. Protected from Seattle’s marine climate by the Cascade Mountains, vineyard temperatures consistently hover in the mid-80’s during the summer. Come fall, warm days and cool nights protect the grapes natural acidity and ripen the fruit to perfection. Come taste the bounty of Washington’s harvest in the many wine tasting rooms in Woodinville, just minutes from downtown Bellevue. 40 · Register online today - www.wsda.org/pndc

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FIRST AID

Heartsaver First Aid Art Cole Thursday, June 13 from 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. • Code 2 CDE Credits: 3 hours Fee: $ 95 Limit: 25 Room: H-Maple The Heartsaver First Aid course teaches participants how to manage illness and injuries in the first few minutes until professional help arrives. This course is designed for anyone who might respond to a first aid emergency due to job or regulatory requirements. Participants will receive a Heartsaver First Aid completion card (cards expire every year). Mr. Cole is a firefighter/paramedic with more than 25 years of experience.

CROWN LENGTHENING

Crown Lengthening Workshop James C. Grisdale, DDS

Thursday, June 13 from 1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. • Code 3 CDE Credits: 3 Hours Fee: $285 Limit: 25 Room: H-Regency E This hands-on workshop will focus on the different techniques utilized in crown extension. Indications and contraindications for crown lengthening will be addressed. The concept of biologic width as it applies to crown extension will be covered. Soft and hard tissue surgical approaches will be emphasized. Proper case selection, flap types and management from inci-

sions, flap elevation and positioning and suturing techniques will also be covered. Participants will learn to improve care for the restorative patient and broaden procedures in their practices. Participants should have experience and knowledge of basic periodontal surgery. Learning Objectives: • Recognize the indications and contraindications for crown lengthening • Understand the principles of biologic width and ferrule effect • Design appropriate flaps for surgical crown lengthening procedures Dr. Grisdale is currently a full time professor teaching in the Department of Periodontics at Loma Linda University Dental School, Loma Linda, Calif.

tions will also be provided where participants will learn how to modify appliances when patients report side effects. Learning Objectives: • How to take a proper 3D bite registration • Understand the differences between the various appliances and when to choose one or the other • Doctors will be able to make a custom device to prevent the most common side effect of oral appliance therapy Dr. Carstensen has been in private dental practice since 1983.

Note: Participants may want to bring loupes. Materials provided by Hu-Friedy

SLEEP APNEA

Sleep Appliance Therapy Workshop Stephen W. Carstensen, DDS

Thursday, June 13 from 1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Dentists Fee: $195 • Code 4 Assistants Fee: $145 • Code 21 Limit: 30 Room: H-Maple During the workshop, participants will be shown some characteristics of common oral appliances and the distinctions between them, have the opportunity to practice the protrusive, 3D bite registration, and then make an ‘AM Aligner.’ Work sta-

Audience Key: Dentists, Hygienists, EFDA/Dental Assistants, Lab Tech, Front Office, Exhibit Hall Hours: Thursday - 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m., Friday - 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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. PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

ENDODONTICS

New Dimensions in Endodontics Workshop Alex Fleury, DDS, MS

Prerequisite: New Dimensions in Endodontics Lecture offered on Thursday, June 13, from 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Dr. Fleury has a full time private practice in Dallas, Tex.

The Savage Bottom Line Rhonda R. Savage, DDS

Materials provided by Zila PERIODONTICS/DENTAL HYGIENE Light it Up! Using Your Lasers in Hygiene Janet Press, RDH Thursday, June 13 from 1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. • Code 5 CDE Credits: 3 Hours Fee: $100 Limit: 24 Room: H-Madrona This hands-on workshop will provide participants the opportunity to use “Real World Endo” techniques and to witness first-hand how those techniques will change the way they practice endodontics. In addition to instrumentation techniques, a demonstration will show how to perform “synchronized hydraulic condensation.” Time will also be dedicated to “preventing the separation of rotary files” and the use of piezo electric ultrasonics will be available at all times. Learning Objectives: • How to properly use the EndoSequence file • How to correctly use an ultrasonic in the pursuit of hidden canals • How to create synchronicity between instrumentation and obturation Participants should bring: two to four accessed extracted teeth.

Thursday, June 13 from 1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. • Code 6 CDE Credits: 3 Hours Fee: $150 Limit: 30 Room: H-Regency G

This workshop will explore how laser technology has fundamentally changed the treatment we deliver in dental hygiene through the incorporation of treatment standards that maximize clinical end-point and the healing benefits of Diode Laser therapy. This hands-on workshop is designed to build confidence and clinical understanding in the delivery of periodontal treatment protocols by using 810nm Diode Lasers. Learning Objectives: • Experience the clinical methods associated with laser sulcular debridement, disinfection, and decontamination and the technique used to obtain optimum clinical results • Identify the variables of laser energy protocols as they apply to the treatment of gingivitis, chronic, and aggressive periodontitis • Learn the specifics of initiated and bare fiber tip applications and understand thermal disinfection • Experience the ergonomic value of laser-assisted dental hygiene as you participate in advanced laser instrumentation techniques Prerequisite: “The Future is Now - Let’s Talk Lasers” lecture offered on Thursday, June 13, from 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

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Thursday, June 13 from 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. • Code 8 CDE Credits: 3 Hours Fee: $85 Limit: 234 Room: H-Regency ABC The world will never be as it was in the past. Is your practice adapting for the change? Whether you’re in a PPO environment or not, all practices need to focus on increased efficiency to reach the next level. We know that by “tweaking” systems, increasing communication and elevating team work, your bottom line IS better! Learning Objectives: • Understand inventory control - know the numbers and a system • Understand production/adjusted production and collections • Learn about finance management - rent, marketing, and new patients Participants should bring: Office reports and profit and loss statements Dr. Savage is the CEO of the internationally-recognized practice management company, Miles Global. Educational grant provided by:

Ms. Press has been involved in specialty and general practice 36 years with 16 year’s experience in soft tissue lasers. Lasers provided by Zila

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Audience Key: Dentists, Hygienists, EFDA/Dental Assistants, Lab Tech, Front Office, Exhibit Hall Hours: Thursday - 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m., Friday - 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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Around Bellevue: Greenspace

Around Bellevue:

Greenspace

20-acre oasis of green in the heart of Bellevue defines this elegant centerpiece of the Bellevue Parks System. A one-half mile promenade, bordered by a double row of shade trees, and a stepped canal, brings one to the 240-foot wide waterfall that cascades into a reflecting pond. A ten-acre lawn area invites one to pause for a picnic with Bellevue’s skyline and Mount Rainier in the background. The park’s delightful play area and formal gardens add to family enjoyment and serve as a backdrop for community events. Scan QR Code for a personal video from speakers. See page 18 for instructions on scanning.

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Cell Sheet Engineering in the Future of Periodontal Therapy CPT Seth Caldon This table clinic focuses on the use of cell sheets in the regeneration of the periodontal attachment apparatus to treat teeth suffering from periodontal disease. A novel approach emerging in the research is the use of “Cell Sheets”. Periodontal ligament cells removed from a tooth are cultured on a special temperature dependent culture dish. After a few days of incubation, the periodontal cells can be lifted from the dish atraumatically as a solid sheet and placed directly on the root. From the cell sheet comes regenerative cementum, functionally oriented ligaments, and alveolar bone. Salivary Diagnostics of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder CPT Catherine Dahl Salivary biomarkers have shown promise as diagnostic indicators in periodontal disease, breast and oral cancers, cardiac disease and Sjogren’s syndrome. Recent research has revealed changes in salivary concentrations of cortisol, in persons suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). New technologies for measuring salivary biomarkers have been developed that allow for point of care (POC) testing; this decreases time for results and allows for clinical management decisions to be implemented immediately. With the number of Soldiers experiencing deployments during the Iraqi and Afghan wars, a rapid, non-invasive test could identify “at risk soldiers”. Amalgam Repair, a Tool in Your Minimally Invasive Practice CPT Matthew Eusterman Replacement of defective amalgam restorations leads to removal of more tooth structure further compromising the integrity of the tooth. This age old saga can result in the progression

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from larger restorations, to prosthodontic treatment, to endodontic treatment, ultimately ending in extraction of the tooth. Such a pattern should make practitioners concerned. Must we replace each restoration that has a marginal discrepancy, or localized recurrent caries? Are there other treatment options that can slow or stop the pattern of compromising the structural integrity of the tooth? This table clinic will investigate recent research regarding the repair of existing defective restorations and will discuss additional aspects of the debate including patient satisfaction and dental ethics. Non-Carious Cervical Lesions: Etiology and Treatment CPT Joseph Ferguson The long-standing controversy over the etiology of non-carious cervical lesions can lead to inadequate or improper treatment. The treatment of these lesions is important because they often cause (or are associated with) sensitivity, gingival recession and esthetic problems. Appropriate treatment requires knowledge of the cause. Some practitioners argue that abrasion is the cause and others claim that abfraction is the culprit. What does the research say? How do these answers influence appropriate treatment? This presentation addresses these questions, and focuses on the practical application of the answers. Fluoride, is it Right for your Patient CPT Jonathan Lane This table clinic will update the audience on the current knowledge of fluoride in dentistry. Understanding the latest science will increase the providers’ ability to offer evidence- based solutions to their patients.

The Post-graduate residents in the Advanced Education in General Dentistry, a 12-month program at Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM) will present table clinics inside the Exhibit Hall

Update on Dental Lasers CPT Kony Park This table clinic will help break down what a laser is and how it is being used in dentistry today. The limitations and benefits of lasers and its applications will be discussed so that consumers can better select the right type of system for their line of work. Also discussed are the various types of lasers in the market and possible alternatives such as radiofrequency units. Comparison of Endodontic Shaping and Cleansing Systems CPT Jennifer Silvers Reciprocating file systems have once again become a popular topic with endodontists and general dentists alike. A number of reciprocating file systems are on the market, being touted at dental meetings across the country and in endodontic journals. However, for the dentist whose practice is not primarily focused on root canal therapy the systems can be costly. The goal of this presentation is to compare the efficiency of reciprocating, rotary, and hand filing systems. Efficacy of ACP-CPP in the Remineralization of Enamel CPT Ashley Webb This table clinic will examine a question dentists face on a regular basis, Restore or remineralize. Fortunately, today there are products available that may positively shift the demineralization / remineralization process and strengthen the enamel in these lesions. This presentation will discuss the efficacy of ACPCPP in the remineralization process using a literature review.

TABLE CLINIC

PRESENTATIONS

Thursday, June 14 from 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. CDE Credit: 1.5 Hours · Exhibit Hall Scan QR Code for a personal video from speakers. See page 18 for instructions on scanning.


DENTAL ASSISTING

Art of Exquisite Anterior, Posterior, Single and Multiple Unit Provisionals Shannon L. Brinker, CDA

BOTOX®

BOTOX® Therapies for the Dentist Workshop Timothy Hess, DDS, FAGD

Learning Objectives: • Pre-Op impression techniques for easy trimming • Single tooth provisional to multiple esthetic veneers • How to replicate missing dentition and restore to proper contour and shape with provisionals Ms. Brinker is a faculty member at Spear Education. Materials provided by Heraeus Kulzer Educational grant provided by:

Dr. Hess practices in Auburn, Wash. and has been administering and teaching BOTOX® and dermal fillers since 2009. Chairs provided by Adec.

Thursday, June 13 from 2:00p.m. - 5:00p.m. • Code 9 CDE Credits: 3 Hours Fee: $95 Limit: 30 Room: M-401 This hands-on workshop will teach you current materials, techniques, and concepts in fabricating and maintaining longterm esthetic provisionals. Provisional restorations have become a vital diagnostic and assessment tool to evaluate function color, shape, contour, occlusion, periodontal response, implant healing, and overall esthetics. An accurate fit and margination is essential to insure and maintain pulpal health. With increased demands being placed on provisional restorations, new materials and techniques are being developed and some existing protocols are being refined to accomplish desired goals.

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Thursday, June 13 from 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. • Code 10 CDE Credits: 3 Hours Dentists Fee: $1,800 Staff Fee with Dentist: $300 • Code 36 Limit: 30 Room: M-406 The dentist’s expert knowledge of the head and neck anatomy make them an ideal provider of BOTOX ® therapies. This workshop will focus on aesthetic and therapeutic procedures that can be easily incorporated into any dental practice. Following completion of this workshop the dentist will have the skills and confidence to start administering BOTOX ® on return to their office. This workshop will include hands-on preparation and administration of BOTOX ® and is recommended for dentists wishing to implement BOTOX ® aesthetic or therapeutic procedures into their practices. Dentists are encouraged to bring a staff member that assists in aesthetic procedures and will be involved with BOTOX ® treatments to the workshop. Tuition includes syllabus, forms, supplies and 100 Units of BOTOX ®. Learning Objectives: • Introduction to BOTOX ® aesthetic procedures and therapeutic procedures of the head and neck performed by dentists • Preparation and administration of BOTOX ® • Evaluation, communication and documentation of BOTOX ® treatments to achieve clinical success and meet patient expectations Participants should bring: loupes, proof of malpractice coverage and 1-2 patients for administration of BOTOX ®.

RETIRED & VOULNTEER?

ATTEND THE PNDC FREE Retired WSDA Members and affiliate hygiene members who participate in the state’s Volunteer/Retired Provider Program will receive a complimentary Full Conference badge. Please submit a WWAHEC certificate, stating your enrollment, with your PNDC registration form. You may obtain this certificate by contacting WWAHEC at (206) 441-7137, or email kelly@ wwahec.org. For your complimentary PNDC badge, mail your WWAHEC certicate with your PNDC registration form to the WSDA at 126 NW Canal Street, Seattle, Wash. 98107

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Evening Session· Thursday, June 13 ECLS · Friday, June 14

SPECIAL EVENING SESSION ORAL SURGERY Oral Surgery Workshop Tobin Bellamy, DMD Thursday, June 13 from 6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. CDE Credit: 2.5 Hours Fee: $250 Limit: 16 Room: M-402/403 Oral surgery is an every day event in a dental practice. Fortunately, many of the skills learned in dental school have been refined to enable faster and better healing. During this hands-on workshop many every day and not so every day scenarios will be discussed and practiced on life-like models each participant can then take to their practice. Procedures such as ridge preservation, sinus exposure and root fracture will be included. Learning Objectives: • Describe and perform ridge preservation procedures • Retrieve fractured roots • Handle a sinus exposure and perform procedures that will minimize the formation of an oro-antal fistula • Use atraumatic extraction techniques to aid preservation of buccal bone Dr. Bellamy runs a private oral and maxillofacial surgery office near Vancouver, Canada. Materials provided by Zimmer

SPECIAL EVENING SESSION ENDODONTICS 21 Endodontic Practice Builders that Can Be Immediately Applied to Your Practice John D. West, DDS, MSD Thursday, June 13 from 6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. • Code 27 CDE Credits: 2.5 Hours Room: M-Theater Find out how doing more, and better, endodontics is one of the fastest ways to improve business and practice satisfaction. 46 · Register online today - www.wsda.org/pndc

Dr. John West, one of the world’s premier interdisciplinary endodontic clinicians, will present the components of building your practice through endodontic skills including diagnosis, endodontic predictability, role of the latest tools and techniques and more. By understanding the “cracked tooth syndrome” alone, you will diagnose during the next 12 months over $100,000 of a condition that most dentists miss. Learning Objectives: • How to impliment new knowledge and technical skills to grow your practice • Discover the role of new “tools” and “team endo” in optimizing endodontic performance • Learn the secret to growing your practice through endodontics Dr. West is the founder and director of the Center for Endodontics.

EMERALD CITY LECTURE SERIES PERIODONTICS Increasing Predictability for Implants in the Esthetic Zone Ken M. Akimoto, DMD, MSD Friday, June 14 from 8:00 a.m. - 8:50 a.m. CDE Credit: 50 mins Room: H-Juniper As implant treatment gets popular, we are seeing more esthetic failures. This lecture will give a step by step approach to diagnose and execute implant treatment in the esthetic zone. Attendees will learn when to use different techniques and how to avoid complications. Basic surgical and restorative experience in implant dentistry is desired.

Friday, June 14 from 9:00 a.m. - 9:50 a.m. CDE Credit: 50 mins Room: H-Juniper This lecture will focus on concepts of extraction and immediate loading protocols with emphasis on soft tissue esthetics, and preservation of the optimal alveolar contours. Treatment planning sequences and implementation of therapy will be presented through a series of clinical scenarios. Dentists and hygienists involved in implant treatment planning will get exposed to upto-date soft and hard tissue cosmetic techniques. Dr. Farhat has a private practice in Bellevue, Wash. Dr. Friedman has a private practice in Seattle, Wash.

PRACTICE TRANSITION

The 5 Keys to a Successful Transition Mark Germack, DDS Barry Feder, DDS Friday, June 14 from 10:00 a.m. - 10:50 a.m CDE Credit: 50 mins Room: H-Juniper Unfortunately, the majority of dental practice transitions fail to live up to either party’s expectations. This lecture is designed to establish the appropriate foundation to any type of practice transition. By the end of the lecture, the attendees will be able to understand why there are five key principles that need to be clearly defined and understood before even considering a transition. This lecture is designed for doctors looking to transition out of or into a practice, hire an associate, or bring on a business partner. Dr. Feder and Dr. Germack have practiced together in Issaquah, Wash. for the past seven years.

Dr. Akimoto is a dentist from Kirkland, Wash.

IMPLANTS

Trends and Updates on Implant Esthectics and Loading Protocols Fred Farhat, DDS, MSD Dan Friedman, DDS, PS Scan QR Code for a personal video from speakers. See page 18 for instructions on scanning.


AGD Howard Prize Competition This course does not award CDE credits CDE Credit: 50 mins Room: H-Juniper Washington AGD Howard Prize Winner Friday, June 14 from 11:00 a.m. – 11:20 a.m Recipient to be announced Oregon AGD Howard Prize Winner Friday, June 14 from 11:30 a.m. – 11:50 a.m Recipient to be announced

ARCHITECTURE Green Office Design

John Adams, Stuart Silk Architects Friday, June 14 from 12:00 p.m. - 12:50 p.m. CDE Credit: 50 mins Room: H-Juniper Implementing green strategies into building or remodeling your office can make a real difference to the success of your business. A well designed green practice can attract patients, improve staff morale, and save money on utility bills. A green office is no longer just an experimental idea; instead green construction and practice are becoming the norm if not a de facto requirement. This lecture will explain why green design requires your attention as well as explain how it can affect your bottom line. The lecture will also present methods for evaluating green strategies so you can know where to start. John Adams is from Kirkland, Wash.

INFLAMMATION & DIET Fight Fire with Food: Dietary Modifications to Combat Disease Angela Zappone, RDH

ENDODONTICS Most of our patients with significant periodontitis and caries also have systemic issues that make them more susceptible to inflammation and disease. It is no coincidence that the periodontal patient who just can’t seem to get their bleeding under control also has high cholesterol, type 2 diabetes, HBP and possibly an auto-immune disorder. Using the medical history to help you identify your at-risk patients is vital to comprehensively treating their disease. Nutritional scientists have now identified thousands of powerful plant phytochemicals that actively fight inflammation, inhibit tumor growth, have powerful antioxidant properties and enhance our own immune system to ward off illness and disease. These powerhouses are not found in the wilds of the rain forest, but in many of our everyday foods. This lecture will educate you and your staff on how to teach your patients a few dietary strategies that will aid them in battling overall inflammation and disease. By reducing things that trigger inflammation and cellular oxidation, as well as adding in foods that actively fight disease and promote health, you give your patient great tools to aid in their quest for good oral and overall health!

Endodontic Testing for Dental Staff Susan Hagel-Bradway, DMD, MS Friday, June 14 from 3:00 p.m. - 3:50 p.m CDE Credit: 50 mins Room: H-Juniper Screening for pulpal pathology is helpful for not only emergency patients, but prior to restorative treatment as well. Diagnosis and treatment planning are the role of the dentist, yet data collection by the dental team can be of great benefit to the practice. This lecture will introduce pulpal and periapical testing modalities, what they mean, as well as instruct staff members how to perform these noninvasive tests. Dr. Hagel-Bradway has a full time practice in Tacoma/Puyallup, Wash.

Ms. Zappone is a RDH and Certified Nutritional Consultant and founder of Come2Balance LLC.

TOOTH EXTRACTION Everyday Tooth Extraction Technique Steven D. Bradway, DDS, PhD. Friday, June 14 from 2:00 p.m. - 2:50 p.m. CDE Credit: 50 mins Room: H-Juniper This lecture for all levels of general dentistry will discuss how extraction forces cause bone loss through remodeling and how to reduce these forces. Learn how to increase the ease of removing teeth by minimizing the amount of force used during the extraction as well as preserve the bone by reducing the forces applied to the tooth during extraction.

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Friday, June 14 from 1:00 p.m. - 1:50 p.m. CDE Credit: 50 mins Room: H-Juniper

Audience Key: Dentists, Hygienists, EFDA/Dental Assistants, Lab Tech, Front Office, Exhibit Hall Hours: Thursday - 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m., Friday - 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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COMMUNICATION

Your Fantastic Dental Team and What Makes It Work Rhonda R. Savage, DDS

Planning and Sequencing Comprehensive Cases: Practical Applications Part 1 Greggory Kinzer, DDS Friday, June 14 from 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: H-Grand IJK

Friday, June 14 from 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: H-Regency ABC

This lively lecture outlines the common threads Miles Global has found among their top clients who give the finest care and have a happy, productive work environment. After this inspiring and motivating lecture, you will get back to your practice and be amazed at the difference! The information will cover the time to teach and train, how to clearly define expectations, how to have a system of accountability that works for you, and how to increase morale — because when morale goes up, the practice goes up! Learning Objectives: • Learn the key elements for effective communication • Discover how to increase case acceptance and decrease broken appointments • Find out how to attract and retain a great dental team Dr. Savage is the CEO of the internationally-recognized practice management company, Miles Global. Educational grant provided by:

Many factors must be taken into consideration when treatment planning complex comprehensive cases. This lecture will help improve both efficiency and predictability by addressing the areas of concern that can be the most frustrating for clinicians. In addition to learning to treat large complex cases “all at once”, a systematic approach will be presented to allow the phasing of comprehensive treatment.

Learning Objectives: • Learn how to build large composite restorations quickly and conservatively • Learn what materials work best in noncompliant patients • Learn practical occlusal principles for maximizing longevity Note: This course is a prerequisite to “Adding Incisal Length for Function and Esthetics” workshop offered on Friday, June 14 from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m., Code 16. Dr. Willhite owns a private cosmetic dentistry office in suburban New Orleans, La. Educational grant provided by:

Learning Objectives: • Understand and diagnose failures caused by occlusion • How to plan and sequence comprehensive treatment • How to phase treatment in complex cases Dr. Kinzer is currently on faculty at Spear Education in Scottsdale, Ariz.

ESTHETICS

TranZitional vs.Traditional: Innovations in Composite Bonding Corky Willhite, DDS Friday, June 14 from 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: H-Cedar

This lecture is very different from other resin lectures. It is NOT about how to layer the resins, tints and opaquers but covers additional information that will help any doctor master their composite bonding skills. Attendees will learn a practical technique using composite that offers many advantages over traditional composite or porcelain restorations. Patients love conservative treatment, whether for financial reasons or just because they don’t want their teeth “drilled down”. Long-lasting results can be expected with virtually no prep, even for smile makeovers and full mouth rehabilitation cases.

Audience Key: Dentists, Hygienists, EFDA/Dental Assistants, Lab Tech, Front Office, Exhibit Hall Hours: Thursday - 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m., Friday - 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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DIAGNOSIS

FRIDAY LECTURES


Lectures · Friday, June 14

ETHICS

ORAL PATHOLOGY

IMPLANTS

Ethics Panel Friday, June 14 from 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. CDE Credits: 3 hours Room: H-Regency F

Ever wonder which path to take when confronted with an ethical decision at the office? Are you clear on the rules and laws relating to dentistry or how the disciplinary system works? Do you have any questions about malpractice issues or reducing your risk of a lawsuit? A panel of experts will respond to questions dealing with ethical dilemmas and legal principles related to dentistry, as posed by attendees. Attendees are encouraged to submit questions prior to the Pacific Northwest Dental Conference by emailing to: dentalethics@gmail.com. Note: Not all questions submitted by attendees will be selected for discussion during the course. Information presented in the course is for general information and education. It does not constitute for legal advice. Opinions expressed are solely those of the individual panel participants and do not represent the view of any government agency, WSDA, or any employer of the participants. Panel participants are: Dr. Lorin Peterson, former member of the Dental Quality Assurance Commission, and current member of the WSDA Board of Directors; Dr. Rodney Wentworth, immediate past president of the WSDA and chair of the ADA Council on Ethics Bylaws and Judicial Affairs; Mr. Alan Wicks, WSDA legal counsel; Ms. Kim O’Neal, Assistant Attorney General and Ms. Erin Hammond, trial and appellate lawyer.

Lesions and Lifestyles - Oral Pathology Review and Update for Auxiliaries Nancy Andrews, RDH, BS

Implant Maintenance Therapy 101 for the Dental Team James C. Grisdale, DDS

Friday, June 14 from 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: M-404/405

When a dentist and his team are educated and knowledgeable in surgical and restorative processes, they are an invaluable resource to patients considering implants. In addition to involvement in all other facets of patient care, the long-term health of peri-implant soft and hard tissues is essential to successful implant therapy. This course will discuss the basics of implant surgery and restoration and focus on the critical aspect of implant maintenance for long term success. Current techniques and future implant maintenance protocols will be covered. Learning Objectives: • Learn how to properly assess the status of a functioning implant • Learn how to identify the ailing and failing implant • Acquire the knowledge of instruments and techniques for predictable implant maintenance

Friday, June 14 from 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: H-Evergreen F This lecture is a review of oral pathology for dental auxiliaries, using case studies and patient histories to “tell the stories” of patients with conditions that present as “abnormal” or “suspicious”. The conditions are presented according to how they appear clinically. Interactive processes are used to arrive at a differential diagnosis for each case. Attendees learn to use oral assessment technologies to enhance visualization of suspected lesions. Learning Objectives: • Representative oral soft tissue pathologies • Current trends and concerns related to oral pathology • Soft tissue lesion detection and assessment using current technologies Ms. Andrews teaches Oral Pathology, Preventive Dentistry and Infection Control at West Coast University Dept. of Dental Hygiene.

Dr. Grisdale is currently a full time professor teaching in the Department of Periodontics at Loma Linda University Dental School, Loma Linda, Calif. Andrews

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PHARMACOLOGY

Successful Management of Acute Dental Pain Ken Hargreaves, DDS Friday, June 14 from 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: M-402/403

This evidence-based lecture is designed to provide effective and practical strategies for managing acute dental pain emergencies. The latest information on NSAIDS, acetaminophencontaining analgesics and local anesthetics will be provided with the objective of having immediate application to your next patient emergency. Want to know how to anesthetize that hot tooth? How to predictably manage severe acute pain after surgical or endodontic treatments? How to combine common medications to improve analgesia? This interactive lecture will answer these practical questions and more. Learning Objectives: • Learn a fast and efficient routine for managing dental pain for emergency patients • Discover how to select the best combination of analgesics to manage dental pain • Learn how to provide effective local anesthesia to the classic “hot” molar case Dr. Hargreaves is Professor and Chair of the department of endodontics at the University of Texas.

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RESTORATION Let’s Stick Together...Simplifying Indirect and Direct Restorations with the Most Successful Materials Ever Jack Griffin, DMD

Friday, June 14 from 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: H-Evergreen GHI So many materials, so little time. When do we etch, bond, cement, rinse, blow, cure? Ever had a patient say “Doc, that tooth was never a problem until you fixed it”? Let’s stop the madness. With a myriad of newer restorative materials and seemingly endless choices in luting materials and bonding systems, we will simplify things for predictable clinical success with today’s direct and indirect materials. We will focus on two of the most versatile indirect materials in dental history for both the anterior and posterior, lithium disilicate and zirconia while covering today’s most reliable digital impression system. Learn to get it right the first time with the most effective restoration system ever…Is it time to go DIGITAL? Bioactive materials will be covered along with biocompatible composites that work.

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NW Source says, “With its selection of 70 wines available by the glass, a menu that’s ripe for grazing, and its metro-sensual decor, Purple Cafe is perfect for singles, couples and practically everyone who loves wine.”

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Learning Objectives: • Universal materials for the ultimate strength and beauty: lithium disilicate and zirconia. Indications, prep, cementation, bonding, and all the stuff for awesome posterior and anterior restorations. Why digital? • Creation of a stable long-term dental infrastructure with esthetic posts, dentin replacement, and dentin sealing for better bonds…Less pain and failure • Efficient direct composite placement – preparation, bonding, matrix selection, bulk fill and bioactive materials in detail – let’s get better and faster

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Dr. Griffin is the MasterTrack/CE chair for the Missouri AGD. Scheduling Educational grant provided by:

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DENTAL HYGIENE

SEDATION

Advanced Enteral Sedation Update Michael Silverman, DMD

Products for Your Patients: How to Choose & What to Use! Rebecca S. Wilder, RDH, MS

SCHEDULING Chartless vs. Paperless:The Great Paper Debate Laci Phillips Friday, June 14 from 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: H-Auditorium

Are you Paperless or are you Chartless? Do you really know the difference? Life in a dental office can be confusing right now with everyone talking about going electronic. Discover the difference between these two buzz words - chartless and paperless - and learn why and how the government is involved. We will also examine software programs, both dental and administrative, and learn how to successfully implement each one. Learning Objectives: • Learn the difference between a chartless and a paperless environment • Discover key documentation technique’s for all aspects of a practice management program • Identify which technology is essential when going digital Through her company, Practice Dynamics, Ms. Phillips provides her expertise to dental practices across the country.

Friday, June 14 from 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: M-407/409

Dental hygiene professionals have seen a “boom” in home care products and in-office treatment options for patients. Now more than ever, it is important for dental hygienists to be wellinformed to help patients make decisions about their care. This lecture will present current therapeutic oral care products available to patients and discuss how the dental hygienist can evaluate the effectiveness, safety and appropriateness for individual patients. Product types include toothpastes and toothbrushes, interdental cleaning devices, antimicrobial rinses, bleaching products, oral malodor products, sensitivity agents, fluorides, demineralization/remineralization agents, local delivery products, and more. Learning Objectives: • Discuss procedures to evaluate evidence of claims • Discuss commonly used products in dental hygiene practice and what to recommend to patients • List evidence based resource websites for patient and product information

Friday, June 14 from 8:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. CDE Credits: 3.5 Hours Room: H-Evergreen ABC This lecture will guide you through the latest clinical information using lectures, case studies and protocols. You’ll gain an advanced understanding of how to care for patients through incremental dosing, review current drug therapies and explore fascinating real-life cases. Whether you’ve treated a few sedation cases, are coming back for a sedation education tune-up, or feel like a pro, this lecture will expand your sedation expertise. Learning Objectives: • Top dose • Advanced protocols • Review of monitoring • Case Examples Prerequisite: Graduates of DOCS Education’s OSD, PSD or SS course or currently hold a moderate enteral sedation permit Dr. Silverman is co-founder of DOCS Education Educational grant provided by:

Ms. Wilder is Director of the Master of Science Degree Program in Dental Hygiene Education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Dentistry. Educational grant provided by:

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HEALTH/ FITNESS Get Fit, Get Smart : Boost Your Brain Power Uche Odiatu, DMD

haustion, and feelings of low personal accomplishment leading to decreased effectiveness at work. Dentists in particular are subject to a wide range of stressors which can lead to burnout. Learning Objectives: • Learn to identify burnout and its personal and professional consequences • Learn about the importance of prioritizing personal health and wellness • Learn about the WPHP services available for dentists in Washington and how WPHP interacts with the dental community

Friday, June 14 from 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: M-Theater

Could you be smarter in as little as 60 minutes? Of course you can! Maximize your brain potential with some new strategies and simple exercises to age-proof your mind and have fun in the process. Attend this inspirational session and increase your Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor (Miracle Gro for your brain!)

Dr. Meredith is the Medical Director of the Washington Physicians Health Program (WPHP).

MARKETING/PRACTICE MANAGEMENT 101 Ways to Improve Your Practice in This Economy David Schwab, Ph.D.

Learning objectives: • Improve your ability to remember patients’ names • Understand the value of physical fitness to improve reaction time and reasoning • Learn enjoyable activities to do in your daily huddle to boost alertness and team building Dr. Odiatu is a lifelong athlete, a certified trainer, and best-selling author.

CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY Is Burnout the Prodrome for Depression and Substance Abuse in Dentists, and What Can We Do About It Charles Meredith, MD Friday, June 14 from 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. (repeat) CDE Credits: 1.5 Hours Room: H-Laurel According to recent research, healthcare providers are at increased risk for the development of professional burnout - a syndrome characterized by depersonalization, emotional ex54 · Register online today - www.wsda.org/pndc

Friday, June 14 from 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: H-Grand EF

This lecture provides you with 101 up-to-date, surefire ways to build your practice, increase patient flow, enhance case acceptance, and improve the bottom line - especially in challenging economic times. This great “list of pearls” is divided into topic areas and presented as practical advice that you can take back to the practice and implement immediately. Using a combination of lecture, discussion, and interactive segments, this lecture enlightens and motivates the entire team. Learning Objectives: • How to create internal marketing systems that keep new patients coming in • How to project the right image and attract the right patients

• How to implement consistent systems in the office Dr. Schwab runs his own marketing consulting firm in Sanford, Fla.

ORAL DIAGNOSIS Physical Examination of the Head and Neck for Dental Health Care Providers Theresa Gonzales, DMD, MS, MSS Friday, June 14 from 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: H-Evergreen E

The word “diagnosis” is derived from Greek and it is literally translated “through knowledge.” Diagnoses do not come about by “blinding flashes of brilliance,” but instead are arrived at methodically through the systematic and disciplined application of knowledge. This lecture is designed to reacquaint the oral health care provider with an organized approach to the physical examination of the head and neck. A disciplined system must be developed in both the history taking and clinical examination to minimize the possibility of missing the underlying pathologic condition. Learning Objectives: • Learn a systematic approach for taking a history • Learn tips for a thorough clinical examination • Learn how to improve documentation of your findings Dr. Theresa Gonzales is a professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology and the Director of Orofacial Pain Management at the Medical University of South Carolina.

DIAGNOSIS Planning and Sequencing Comprehensive Cases: Practical Applications Part 2 Greggory Kinzer, DDS Friday, June 14 from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: H-Grand IJK Many factors must be taken into consideration when treat-

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ment planning complex comprehensive cases. This lecture will help improve both efficiency and predictability by addressing the areas of concern that can be the most frustrating for clinicians. In addition to learning to treat large complex cases “all at once,” a systematic approach will be presented to allow the phasing of comprehensive treatment. Learning Objectives: • Understand and diagnose failures caused by occlusion • How to plan and sequence comprehensive treatment • How to phase treatment in complex cases

• Discuss evidence based therapies to use for nonsurgical periodontal therapy • Recommend specific home care techniques and products for periodontal maintenance Ms. Wilder is Director of the Master of Science Degree Program in Dental Hygiene Education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Dentistry.

Can a course on ethics actually be taught? Universities do it. Varying professions do it. In this lecture, we will explore what ethics means, how other businesses create an ethical environment, and how to create a code of ethics (aka declaration of intention) for your practice through audience interaction, thought provoking comments, and fun.

Educational grant provided by

Dr. Kinzer is currently on faculty at Spear Education in Scottsdale, Ariz.

ENDODONTICS

DENTAL HYGIENE Selecting & Integrating Treatment Strategies into Clinical Dental Hygiene Care Rebecca S. Wilder, RDH, MS

Managing the Endodontic Infection Ken Hargreaves, DDS Friday, June 14 from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: M-402/403

Friday, June 14 from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: M-407/409

Current research indicates that the dental hygienist in general practice can play an important role in the treatment and maintenance of periodontal disease. This lecture will provide the latest information regarding the etiology and assessment of periodontal disease and recommend ways to incorporate new treatment modalities into practice. Risk factors will be discussed including the latest information on the link between systemic and periodontal disease. Periodontal maintenance therapy will be emphasized to include ways to motivate patients, essential re-evaluation components, and treatment and product recommendations. Learning Objectives: • Describe current evidence about oral-systemic links and risk factors for disease

Friday, June 14 from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: H-Evergreen GHI

Learning Objectives: • Learn what it means to be ethical and what happens when we choose to be unethical • Review three corporate models and their Code of Ethics • Create a Declaration of Intention for your practice. Ms. Gunn is a Certified Fraud Examiner from Arlington, Texas.

This evidence-based lecture is designed to provide effective and practical strategies for managing dentoalveolar infections. The objective is to be practical. The biology of infections is used as a foundation to allow the practitioner to select the best combination of dental and pharmacological treatments to manage dental infections. In addition, potential adverse effects and their management will be reviewed. This lecture will answer your questions and provide practical tips in addressing endodontic infection problems with useful solutions. Learning Objectives: • Describe a practical method that combines non pharmacological treatment with the appropriate antibiotics for managing dental infections • Understand the growing recognition of bacterial strains resistant to current antibiotics and be able to describe how to manage this problem • Describe clinical outcome studies comparing one appointment to multiple appointment procedures Dr. Hargreaves is Professor and Chair of the department of endodontics at the University of Texas. Scan QR Code for a personal video from speakers. See page 18 for instructions on scanning.

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ETHICS

Ethics is a Choice...Your Choice Susan Gunn, BA, CFE


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Around Bellevue:

Outings

Lucky Strike Lucky Strike Bellevue is truly a “bowling alley for the new millennium.” (USA Today) More than 23,000 sq. ft. with 16 state-of-the-art bowling lanes and two tournament-level billiards tables, Lucky Strike Bellevue combines vintage elements with modern, artistic decor, and an inventive menu of casual cuisine, creative cocktails and an exciting wine by the glass program. With a full arcade, live DJs, 10 plasma screen TVs and 16 high-resolution projector screens, Lucky Strike Bellevue is the ultimate entertainment destination. Bellevue Arts Museum A 12 minute walk from Meydenbauer Center along the pedestrian corridor, near Bellevue Square, the Bellevue Arts Museum is the Pacific Northwest’s center for the exploration of art, craft and design through exhibitions, educational programs and partnerships, emphasizing the work of regional artists. Closed on Monday.

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Communication is a key element to getting information from a patient’s insurance company. Learn how this communication has changed and how you benefit.

Keep Your Edge at Any Age Uche Odiatu, DMD

Dr. Schwab runs his own marketing consulting firm in Sanford, Fla. Learning objectives: • Define the many types of insurance, what their systems are, and how to get paid faster and more effectively • Identify the reports your software generates to gain insight into your patients’ insurance companies and the codes you need to use • Learn how to use your practice management software to track and implement the strategies discussed.

Friday, June 14 from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: M-Theater

Halle Berry is 45, Paula Abdul is 51, Rod Stewart is 65 and Mick Jagger is 69. Why not have their energy levels and vitality? Don’t you want to kick off the covers and spring out of bed with incredible energy and spirit? Do you want to be more energetic, ready for a busy clinic day, and confident that you’ve lots to offer? After this session we’ll have you bouncing out the door ready to take on the world each morning. Learning Objectives: • Fortify your body with the top age-defying foods for a powerful clinic day • Discover the four key strategies you must master to turn back the hands of time • Learn how the oral cavity changes with each decade of life • Understand how the human body ages and the new science of anti-aging Dr. Odiatu is a lifelong athlete, a certified trainer, and best-selling author.

INSURANCE Insurance Billing and Coding Dynamics for the New Decade Laci Phillips Friday, June 14 from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: H-Auditorium

• Specific customer service strategies to create patient satisfaction and loyalty

Through her company, Practice Dynamics, Ms. Phillips provides her expertise to dental practices across the country.

MARKETING/PRACTICE MANAGEMENT How To Take Your Practice to the Next Level David Schwab, Ph.D.

MEDICAL EMERGENCIES Recognition and Management of Medical Emergencies in the Sedated Patient O. Ross Beirne, DMD Friday, June 14 from 1:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. CDE Credits: 3.5 Hours Room: H-Evergreen ABC

Management of medical emergencies is the responsibility of all health care providers. It is especially important for the medically compromised patient that is receiving sedation. This lecture will describe how to recognize and treat medical emergencies that occur in the dental office. Emphasis will be directed to techniques for monitoring that will permit early recognition of an emergency before it becomes life threatening. Learning Objectives: • Describe how to recognize emergencies especially in patients receiving sedation • Know what emergency equipment and medications are necessary to treat common emergencies

Friday, June 14 from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: H-Grand EF It’s not just about attracting patients - it’s about attracting the right patients and educating them about the benefits of modern dentistry. Designed for both doctors and staff, this fast-moving lecture is combined with interactive sessions to address important issues such as developing the practice’s niche, educating patients about the benefits of treatment, working smarter, not harder, and improving communications. Learning Objectives: • How to develop a specific practice identity and communicate that identity consistently • How to set yourself apart from other practices

Audience Key: Dentists, Hygienists, EFDA/Dental Assistants, Lab Tech, Front Office, Exhibit Hall Hours: Thursday - 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m., Friday - 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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ORAL CANCER PREVENTION

PARTIALS

Emerging Trends in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Oral Cancer Theresa Gonzales , DMD, MS, MSS Friday, June 14 from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: H-Evergreen E

This lecture will explore and explain the interrelationships between systemic disorders and oral health. The link will be made between periodontal disease and its impact on systemic health, from etiology to the host response. Risk assessment will be addressed in the context of the oral/systemic connection.

A “New” Removable Partial Dentures Lecture - Part 2 James S. Brudvik, DDS

Close to 37,000 Americans will be diagnosed with oral or pharyngeal cancer this year. It will be responsible for more than 8,000 deaths, killing roughly one person per hour, 24 hours per day. Of those 37,000 newly diagnosed individuals, only slightly more than half will be alive in five years. (Approximately 57 percent) This is an alarming trend that has not significantly improved in decades. The purpose of this lecture is to provide the attendees with the most up to date information regarding the detection and prevention of oral cancer. Learning Objectives: • Recognize the signs and symptoms of oral cancer • Identify areas most common to oral cancer formation • Learn the treatment considerations necessary in treating dental patients with oral complications Dr. Theresa Gonzales is a professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology and the Director of Orofacial Pain Management at the Medical University of South Carolina.

Friday, June 14 from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: H-Regency ABC

New materials and implant options, coupled with a variety of uses for laser welding, have changed the way patients are treated with removable partial dentures. This lecture will bring clinicians up to date on partial dentures and give them the confidence they need in dealing with their dental laboratory technicians in the construction of these prostheses. Learning Objectives: • The New Partial Denture - Six changes to the way we have been doing things • A review of the five classes of removable partial dentures • New uses for Co-Cr alloys in implant over-dentures Note: Part 1 of this lecture wll be on Thursday, June 13 from 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Dr. Brudvik is the emeritus professor in prosthodontics and has been on the University of Washington faculty since 1979.

PERIODONTICS

The Myths and Realities of the Link Between Oral Disease & Systemic Conditions James C. Grisdale, DDS

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Friday, June 14 from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: M-404/405

Learning Objectives: • Understand the pathogenesis and mechanisms of periodontal disease • Become familiar with the impact of periodontal disease on systemic conditions • Comprehend the influence of systemic disorders on periodontal health Dr. Grisdale is currently a full time professor teaching in the Department of Periodontics at Loma Linda University Dental School, Loma Linda, Calif.

RISK MANAGEMENT Understanding Cyber Risk in the Dental Office Melissa P. Sanchez Chris Verbiest Friday, June 14 from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. (repeat) CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: H-Regency F

When we hear the term “cyber risk” we’re tempted to think of computers being hacked into but cyber risk also comes in other forms and it can be very difficult if not impossible to completely insulate yourself from it. Cyber risk is a rapidly growing concern and it’s increasingly affecting dental practices. Would you know what to do if you discovered your patient’s personal information was compromised? Do you understand what HIPAA and state requirements mandate if your patient’s data is breached? We’ll look at the penalties and costs associated with a breach once it has occurred and how it can impact your practice. Mr. Verbiest is vice president and general manager of the Northwest Dentists Insurance Company (NORDIC). Ms. Sanchez is the manager for NORDIC, providing professional liability insurance and risk management services to dentists in the Pacific Northwest.

Audience Key: Dentists, Hygienists, EFDA/Dental Assistants, Lab Tech, Front Office, Exhibit Hall Hours: Thursday - 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m., Friday - 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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Friday, June 14 from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. CDE Credit: 3 Hours Room: H-Evergreen F This combined course covers WISHA- required training topics for ordinary and extraordinary situations. Infection control is presented from the perspective of both employee and patient protection based on current CDC guidelines, State Dental Board regulations for Infection Control, and OSHA regulations. Updates include training to screen patients for aerosol transmitted diseases (ATD’s). Clinical risks are discussed in the context of today’s changing pathogens, new settings and technology and social trends. Enjoy a lively mix of activities, demonstrations, stories, and products. Learning Objectives: • Biofilms of interest and concern • Bloodborne, droplet, and airborne diseases • Contact diseases Ms. Andrews teaches Oral Pathology, Preventive Dentistry and Infection Control at West Coast University Dept. of Dental Hygiene.

WORKSHOPS INSTRUMENTATION Advanced Periodontal Instrumentation Workshop Anna M. Pattison, RDH, MS

This full day workshop for dentists and dental hygienists is designed to enhance your periodontal instrumentation, enabling you to treat patients with greater skill and confidence. This intensive hands-on experience features instruction with more than 70 instruments, two magnetostrictive and three piezoelectric ultrasonic units, streaming online instructional videos and continuous TV demonstrations by Anna Pattison plus a team of experienced instructors attentive to your individualized needs throughout the day. Learning Objectives: • Root planing exercises and root morphology review on extracted teeth • Keys to effective instrumentation technique • Sextant by sextant hands-on instrumentation on typodonts, with accurate root anatomy and periodontal defects using more 70 instruments • Use of the Gracey 15/16, Gracey 17/18, new double Graceys, Mini Fives, new Micro Minis, diamond coated files, Quetin furcation curets and other new instruments • Use of extraoral, reinforced, crossarch and opposite arch fulcrums • Innovative approaches for access to difficult problem areas such as furcations, line angles and deep, narrow pockets • Instrument sharpening: hands-on practice • Piezoelectric and Magnetostrictive ultrasonic scaling techniques on typodonts • Subgingival air polishing technique practice on typodonts Note: It is advisable for attendees to not wear white clothing. Pre-requisite: “Advanced Periodontal Instrumentation” lectur offered Thursday, June 13 from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Ms. Pattison is an Associate Professor and former Chair of the Department of Dental Hygiene at USC. She is the co-author of the textbook, Periodontal Instrumentation and founder of the Pattison Institute. Educational grant provided by:

Clinical Photography Workshop Great Intraoral Photographs Scott M. Henderson, BS

Friday, June 14 from 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. • Code 15 CDE Credits: 3 Hours Fee: $150 Limit: 16 Room: M-406 Do you have a digital camera but your clinical pictures are not as good as you would like them to be? This workshop will guide you through the process of capturing great dental intraoral images and is designed to clearly illustrate the essentials of digital clinical photography. Using ideal example photographs and a “cookbook” style of image acquisition, participants will learn how to obtain meaningful images. After all, excellent patient photography can be a powerful tool in diagnosis, improving case acceptance and patient education. Digital SLR cameras with ringflash and macro lenses will be provided, but feel free to bring your own dental camera. Learning Objectives: • How to recognize good photographs • How to position yourself, the mirror and the patient for better pictures • How to operate a digital SLR camera set-up for dentistry Participants should bring: mirrors, and retractors Mr. Henderson has expertise and experience in all aspects of dental photographic imaging. He has worked in scientific imaging for over 25 years with Nikon Inc. and Carl Zeiss optical. Chairs provided by Adec

Friday, June 14 from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. • Code 11 Fee: $495 Limit: 45 CDE Credits: 7.5 Hours Scan QR Code for a personal video from speakers. See page 18 for instructions on scanning.

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EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE

EMBEZZLEMENT

Equipment Maintenance, Handpiece Repairs Done in the Office Brent Winkler

Embezzlement: For Your Eyes (and Ears) Only

Friday, June 14 from 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. • Code 29 Friday, June 14 from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. • Code 30 Fee: $125 Limit: 30 CDE Credits: 3 Hours Room: M-401

Friday, June 14 from 8:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. • Code 12 CDE Credits: 3 Hours Fee: $95 Limit: 50 Room: H-Regency E

Attendees at this hands-on workshop will be taught how to make basic dental equipment repairs in their office. Henry Schein Dental demonstrates how the pros do it. From fixing the leaky water syringe to making adjustments to instrument sterilization, you will have a better understanding of how to maintain your equipment and save money. Whether you have owned your own practice for years or are just beginning your career, you can benefit from this participation course. Sponsored by:

Susan Gunn, BA, CFE

Do you have the gut feeling that all is not safe and secure? Could your hard-earned money be walking out of your practice’s door without you? Discover which practice vulnerabilities could entice dishonesty. Learn to weave accountability “threads” and implement safeguards to avoid being the victim of financial dishonesty and deceit. Learning Objectives: • Touch, see, and feel the true cost of embezzlement • Set up systems and procedures to protect against embezzlement • Take control of your practice Note: This workshop is for dentists and their spouses only. Ms. Gunn is a Certified Fraud Examiner from Arlington, Texas.

LASERS Utilizing Laser Technology in a Periodontal Environment Sam B. Low, DDS Flanery

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Friday, June 14 from 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Code 34 CDE Credit: 3 Hours Fee: $175 Limit: 24 Room: H-Regency G Review various laser therapies with attention to both the perio-restorative and perio-pathology uses in a hands-on workshop environment with lasers and hog jaws. Explore anecdotal and science-based resources from crown lengthening procedures to treatment of periodontitis. Case reports demonstrating success will be utilized along with clear contraindications. Incorporating laser into a dental practice will be introduced considering patient acceptance and third party coding. Scan QR Code for a personal video from speakers. See page 18 for instructions on scanning.

Learning Objectives” • Investigate laser utilization including wavelengths and respective techniques • Differentiate laser technologies for periodontal indications (surgical and non-surgical) • Understand indications for using laser in crown lengthening and pre-orthodontic procedures including esthetics • Determine the appropriate laser equipment for the individual practice • Develop post-operative evaluation protocols assessing wound healing Dr. Low is an associate faculty member of the Pankey Institute with 30 years of private practice.

SOCIAL MEDIA Let’s Do It! Social Media, Online Marketing, and Search Engine Optimization Malora Forrey Jana Grube Friday, June 14 from 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Code 31 Friday, June 14 from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Code 32 CDE Credit: 3 Hours Fee: $100 Limit: 40 Room: H-Larch According to Nielsen, the average U.S. consumer now spends over seven hours per month on Facebook. Social networking has quickly moved from being a passing trend to an essential way for current and prospective patients to connect with your practice and share their experiences with others online. As your current and prospective patients continue to use social networks, now is the time for you to place your practice where your patients are - online. Leave this hands-on workshop with the knowledge and explicit instructions on how to interact with your patient community to get found today. Learning Objectives: • Learn take-away tips on how to show up better on search engines • Learn how to use your website to convert prospective patients into phone calls and ultimately new patients


• Get a whole year’s worth of YouTube ideas and Facebook posts Ms. Grube is the Search Marketing Operations manager at Sesame Communications. Ms. Forrey is the Director of Events, Education and Professional Relations for Sesame Communications.

SPANISH An Introduction to Dental Spanish Gene Flanery

Medicaid Billing Dianne Baum Gary Munroe Matt Ashton Friday, June 14 from 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. ( hour lunch) • Code 14 CDE Credits: 5 Hours Fee: $95 Limit: 40 Room: H-Maple This workshop will walk you through how to register in Provider One, manage the account and how to bill claims to Health Care Authority. Learning Objectives: • Reading the remittance advice • How to submit a prior authorization request • When to bill the Medicaid client • Adjust/void claims submitted to Health Care Authority

Friday, June 14 from 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. • Code 13 Friday, June 14 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. (repeat) • Code 18 CDE Credits: 3 Hours Fee: $95 Limit: 30 Room: H-Balsam Every dentist should know how to communicate with their patients effectively, but how can you do this with your Spanish speaking patients if you don’t speak Spanish? This workshop will teach you how to properly greet your Latino patients, identify terms used to describe and locate pain, as well as teach you the correct Spanish terms for oral hygiene, fillings, and extractions. No Spanish skills are needed to participate in this workshop. Learning Objectives: • Learn Spanish terms for oral hygiene • Learn the Spanish terms used in taking x-rays, filling teeth, and extractions • Learn to give post-procedure instructions in Spanish Mr. Flanery is the founder and director of Spanish Plus.

Learning Objectives: • Step-by-step procedure for lengthening a tooth to build or restore anterior guidance, while achieving natural form in a composite restoration with little or no prep • Learn how to build functional incisal anatomy using a practical template technique (i.e. a putty index) • Understand how to handle composite materials for results that will look great for years Prerequisite: TranZitional vs. Traditional--Innovation in Composite Bonding offered on Friday, July 24 from 8:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. Participants should bring: Loupes Dr. Willhite owns a private cosmetic dentistry office in suburbean New Orleans, La. Educational Grant and Materials Provided by:

Ms. Baum is the dental program administrator for Health Care Authority. Mr. Monroe is the provider relations consultant for Health Care Authority. Mr. Ashton is the provider relations consultant for Health Care Authority.

ESTHETICS

Adding Incisal Length for Function and Esthetics Corky Willhite, DDS Friday, June 14 from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. • Code 16 CDE Credits: 3 Hours Fee: $395 Limit: 20 Room: H-Madrona This workshop is aimed at the dentist who wants to offer a more practical and affordable option to patients who traditionally would be prepped for porcelain restoration 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 restoration featuring one of the most common situations - making a worn tooth longer and function better.

Audience Key: Dentists, Hygienists, EFDA/Dental Assistants, Lab Tech, Front Office, Exhibit Hall Hours: Thursday - 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m., Friday - 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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IMPORTANT DATES April 30 • Last day for the Early Bird discount May 20 • Last day for hotel reservation discounts May 20 • Refund/Cancellation/Name substitution request deadline (must be submitted in writing June 1 • Last day to have materials mailed to you. After this date, materials will be available at will call onsite.)

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PERIODONTICS The Art and Science of Micro-Ultrasonic Instrumentation in Periodontal Therapy Samuel B. Low, DDS, MS, M.Ed. Friday, June 14 from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. • Code 17 CDE Credits: 3 Hours Fee: $150 Limit: 27 Room: H-Regency G This workshop leaves traditional root planning techniques behind and moves into a new era of providing periodontal care through technology. By incorporating a combination of both manual and ultrasonic instrumentation in tandem with antiinflammatories, the participant is taken to new heights in providing a synergistic level of care.

CDE Credits: 3 Hours Fee: $150 Limit: 24 Room: H-Laurel Let’s stop the madness! This workshop will focus on bonding, adhesion, and using them with current indirect and direct materials. With today’s arsenal of excellent materials we can minimize sensitivity, decrease de-bonding, stop microleakage, and create restorations for years of excellent service. We will simplify materials and techniques that provide predictable restorations for patient happiness and office efficiency. After a short lecture to describe the basics, we will practice what we teach with the newest, most predictable materials available. The goal is more efficient restorations with happier patients.

Dr. Low is an associate faculty member of the Pankey Institute with 30 years of private practice.

Learning Objectives: • Cement and bond lithium disilicate and zirconia restorations with the most predictable materials ever. Demonstration of bioactive cements and digital impressions • Create stable long-term dental infrastructure by placing esthetic posts, dentin replacement, and dentin sealing for better bonds • Use universal bonding agents and become efficient with direct composite placement – preparation, bonding, matrix selection, bulk fill, bioactive/regenerative liners and pulp capping material

Materials provided by: HuFriedy and Dentsply

Participants should bring: loupes or preferred magnification

Learning Objectives: • Learn how to operate ultrasonics with micro-thin inserts in a sulcular arena with an array of medicaments • Discover ergonomic techniques to decrease physical fatigue and enhance time efficiency • Learn the indications for placing time release local delivery antibiotics in selected sites

RESTORATION Let’s Stick Together...Simplifying Indirect and Direct Restorations with the Most Successful Materials Ever Jack A. Griffin, DMD

Dr. Griffin is the MasterTrack/CE chair for the Missouri AGD. Educational grant provided by:

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GOOD DIRECTIONS Strong insight impacts more than your dental practice: it influences the future.

Assurance

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Subject Index

Subject..........................................................................................................page number

Subject..........................................................................................................page number

Adhesion/ Bonding................................................................................................ 25, 38

Insurance.............................................................................................. 27, 30, 35, 37, 57

Anesthesia/Medicine................................................................................................... 38

Lasers............................................................................................................................ 60

Architecture................................................................................................................. 47

Marketing/Practice Management........................................................................ 54, 57

Basic Life Support....................................................................................................... 38

Medical Emergencies.................................................................................................. 57

Biofilm........................................................................................................................... 29

Medicaid Billing............................................................................................................ 61

BOTOX庐...........................................................................................................25, 28, 45

Oral Cancer Prevention............................................................................................. 58

Chemical Dependency.......................................................................................... 29, 54

Oral Diagnosis.............................................................................................................. 54

Communication........................................................................................................... 49

Oral Pathology............................................................................................................. 50

Cracked Teeth..............................................................................................................31

Oral Surgery.............................................................................................. 25, 32, 37, 46

Crown Lengthening..................................................................................................... 41

Orthodontics.................................................................................................................31

Dental Assisting..................................................................................................... 26, 45

Partials.................................................................................................................... 37, 58

Dental Hygiene...................................................................................................... 53, 55

Periodontics................................................................................... 30, 31, 37, 46, 58, 62

Dentinal Hypersensitivity.......................................................................................... 35

Periodontics/ Dental Hygiene.................................................................................... 42

Diagnosis................................................................................................................. 49, 54

Pharmacology.............................................................................................................. 51

Digital Photography.................................................................................................... 59

Practice Management........................................................................................... 34, 42

Embezzlement............................................................................................................. 60

Practice Transitions.................................................................................................... 46

Endodontic Diagnosis...................................................................................................31

Restoration............................................................................................................. 52, 62

Endodontics................................................................................... 26, 32, 42, 46, 47, 55

Risk Management.................................................................................................. 37, 58

Equipment Maintenance............................................................................................ 60

Scheduling.................................................................................................................... 53

Esthetics.................................................................................................................. 49, 61

Sedation.................................................................................................................. 33, 53

Ethics....................................................................................................................... 50, 55

Sleep Apnea........................................................................................................... 33, 41

First Aid........................................................................................................................ 41

Social Media................................................................................................................. 60

Health/Fitness............................................................................................ 29, 35, 54, 57

Spanish.......................................................................................................................... 61

Hygiene/Lasers............................................................................................................ 30

Tooth Extraction......................................................................................................... 47

Implants.................................................................................................................. 46, 50

Volunteerism................................................................................................................ 33

Inflammation & Diet................................................................................................... 47

WISHA.......................................................................................................................... 59

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Speaker.........................................................................................................page number

Akimoto, Ken M., DMD, MSD........................................................................................ 46

Hagel-Bradway, Susan, DMD, MS.................................................................................. 47

Adams, John.................................................................................................................... 47

Hargreaves, Ken, DDS...............................................................................................51, 55

Andrews, Nancy, RDH, BS........................................................................................50, 59

Henderson, Scott M., BS................................................................................................ 59

Ashton, Matt................................................................................................................... 61

Hess,Timothy, DDS, FAGD................................................................................25, 28, 45

Baum, Dianne................................................................................................................. 61

Kanca, John, DMD......................................................................................................25, 38

Beirne, O. Ross, DMD................................................................................................38, 57

Kinzer, Greggory, DDS..............................................................................................49, 54

Bellamy,Tobin, DMD............................................................................... 25, 28, 32, 37, 46

Low Dog,Tieraona, MD.............................................................................................29, 35

Bradway, Steven D., DDS, PhD....................................................................................... 47

Low, Samuel B., DDS, MS, M.Ed................................................................... 30, 37, 60, 62

Brinker, Shannon L., CDA......................................................................................... 26,45

Meredith, Charles, MD..............................................................................................29, 54

Brudvik, James S., DDS.............................................................................................37, 58

Monroe, Gary.................................................................................................................. 61

Carstensen, Stephen W., DDS............................................................................33, 34, 41

Nierman, Rose...........................................................................................................30, 35

Chyz, Grant T., DDS........................................................................................................ 31

Odiatu, Uche, DMD...................................................................................................54, 57

Cole, Art.....................................................................................................................38, 41

Pattison, Anna M., RDH, MS...............................................................................24, 36, 59

Duncan,Teresa, MS....................................................................................................27, 34

Phillips, Laci...............................................................................................................53, 57

Elster, Mike...................................................................................................................... 34

Press, Janet, RDH.......................................................................................................30, 42

Ethics Panel..................................................................................................................... 50

Sanchez, Melissa P......................................................................................................37, 58

Farhat, Fred, DDS, MSD................................................................................................. 46

Savage, Rhonda R., DDS............................................................................................42, 49

Feder, Barry, DDS........................................................................................................... 46

Schwab, David, Ph.D..................................................................................................54, 57

Flanery, Gene.................................................................................................................. 61

Serio, Francis G., DMD, MS............................................................................................ 33

Fleury, Alex, DDS, MS................................................................................................26, 42

Silverman, Michael, DMD.........................................................................................33, 53

Forrey, Malora................................................................................................................. 60

Tucker, Lloyd M., DMD, MSD......................................................................................... 31

Friedman, Dan, DDS, PS................................................................................................ 46

Verbiest, Chris...........................................................................................................37, 58

Germack, Mark, DDS..................................................................................................... 46

West, John D., DDS, MSD.........................................................................................32, 46

Gonzales,Theresa, DMD, MS, MSS..........................................................................54, 58

Wilder, Rebecca S., RDH, MS...................................................................................53, 55

Griffin, Jack, DMD......................................................................................................52, 62

Willhite, Corky, DDS.................................................................................................49, 61

Grisdale, James C., DDS.....................................................................................41, 50, 58

Winkler, Brent................................................................................................................ 60

Grube, Jana..................................................................................................................... 60

Wuerch, Rolf M., DDS.................................................................................................... 31

Guignon, Anne, RDH.................................................................................................29, 35

Yousefian, Joseph, DMD, MS, MA................................................................................... 31

Gunn, Susan, BA, CFE...............................................................................................55, 60

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Schedule your day

LECTURE/WORKSHOP PLANNER Thursday, June 13 TIME:

Friday, June 14 COURSE

CODE

TIME:

COURSE

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8:00_ __________________________________________________________________ SHOP THE PNDC EXHIBIT HALL 8:30_ __________________________________________________________________

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STAFF APPRECIATION LUNCHEON 1:00 HDTV DRAWING

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SHOP THE PNDC EXHIBIT HALL 12:15 HDTV DRAWING

SHOP THE PNDC EXHIBIT HALL

SHOP THE PNDC EXHIBIT HALL

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5:30 WELCOME RECEPTION 5:30_ __________________________________________________________________

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Use this planner to map out your day at the Pacific Northwest Dental Conference. Simply photo copy one sheet for each staff member attending, then fill out course selections and bring it with you to the conference.


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Matt French Director of Insurance Services

Visit us at the PNDC! We’re WDIA — your insurance company. The Conference is a great place to talk about your current and future insurance needs. Stop by and introduce yourself! Disability · Life · Long Term Care · Medical · CyberSecurity Professional Liability · Business Owners Coverage

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Kerri Seims Assistant Director of Insurance Services


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