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82nd Annual Nation’s Capital Dental Meeting

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Session : NCDM1401
RC01 The Dentist's Role in Snoring & Sleep Apnea
Conference : 82nd Annual Nations Capital Mid-Atlantic Dental Meeting
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  • Jamison Spencer, DDS
  • Millions of people have problems with snoring and sleep apnea. The treatment of snoring and sleep apnea using oral appliances has exploded in the past few years. As more and more patients are diagnosed with sleep apnea, and with the high rate of patient non-compliance on Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP), oral appliance therapy will become an extremely popular treatment option. Dentists are not only uniquely qualified to provide the necessary dental treatment for this life threatening disorder, but are also uniquely positioned to screen and refer our own patients for sleep apnea diagnosis.
  • This lecture will include the basics of normal sleep, snoring and sleep apnea in adults and children along with the dental professional’s role in screening, referral and treatment of snoring and sleep apnea using oral appliances alone and in conjunction with CPAP as part of a multi-disciplinary team. Dr. Spencer will review the most popular oral appliances and discuss the pros and cons of each.
  • Course objectives: Understand the principles of normal sleep. Recognize the signs and symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea in adults and children. Discover a straight forward way to screen patients for possible sleep apnea.


Session : NCDM1402
RC02 Give Us 2 Days and We'll Give You the Keys to Unleashing Your Rock Star Hygiene Potential
Conference : 82nd Annual Nations Capital Mid-Atlantic Dental Meeting
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  • Rachel Wall, RDH
  • Being a ‘Rock Star’ hygienist is about more than just high production. Being a well-rounded professional requires a high-level communication and clinical skills in order to grow both your own career and the practice in which you work. In two days, Ms. Wall and her special guest hands-on instructors will show you how to improve hygiene time management and clinical outcomes and increase enrollment success for perio and restorative through tools and technology you already have at your fingertips. All while delivering outstanding care to your patients and being very productive. What you will learn in this half-day interactive classroom discussion:
  • Course objectives: Learn contemporary periodontal therapy diagnosis and treatment planning strategies including a clear outline for the ultimate hygiene exam. Understand current guideline for getting unhealthy patients out of recare and into periodontal therapy. How to determine when periodontal maintenance patients have relapsed and what to do about it. Enhance your perio diagnostic skills with 21st century radiographic interpretation.


Session : NCDM1406AB
RC07/RC08 Top Clinical Tips for Restorative Success I &II
Conference : 82nd Annual Nations Capital Mid-Atlantic Dental Meeting
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  • Lee Ann Brady, DMD
  • Esthetic dentistry is changing at a rapid rate. Being successful and efficient is about staying on top of the newest trends and clinical tips. In this program Dr. Brady will present the top clinical tips and techniques she is teaching. Some are old tried and true approaches that remain successful, while others introduce brand new materials and approaches. Tips will span the areas of prevention, whitening, impressions and direct and indirect restorative techniques.
  • Course objectives: Learn about caries prevention, bonding and cementation. Learn posterior partial coverage porcelain materials and techniques. Understand implant restorative techniques.


Session : NCDM1408
WS01 Local Anesthesia Refresher Course
Conference : 82nd Annual Nations Capital Mid-Atlantic Dental Meeting
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  • onna Grant-Mills, RDH, MEd, DDS & Frances Sam, DDS, MS
  • This course is specifically for practitioners who wish to reinforce their foundation knowledge of osseous and cranial nerve structures and the administration of local anesthesia by infiltration and nerve block.
  • Part one of this course will focus on a review of the anatomical considerations for pain control, the role of the Trigeminal Nerve in sensory and motor innervation, the pharmacology of local anesthetics and vasoconstrictors, the armamentarium, maxillary and mandibular anesthesia techniquesand patient management. Part two of this course will provide participants the opportunity to demonstrate competency in evaluating a patient for the delivery of local anesthesia, preparing the armamentarium, administering the inferior alveolar nerve blockand managing a patient under local anesthesia.
  • Course objectives: Identify the anatomical structures and relationships involved in local anesthetic injections. Describe the basic pharmacology of local anesthetics and vasoconstrictors. Demonstrate maxillary and mandibular local anesthesia techniques. Manage all aspects of local anesthetic patient care.


Session : NCDM1410
CC01 Oral Cancer: How to Identify, Diagnose and Pretreat
Conference : 82nd Annual Nations Capital Mid-Atlantic Dental Meeting
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  • André Farquharson, DDS
  • Oral cancer is a major problem in our community and dentists are the front line defense to reducing the incidence of late detection. This course will bring awareness, provide knowledge and give tools to manage this disease.
  • Course objectives: Learn about the different types of oral cancer. Learn how to evaluate, and methods to detect, oral cancer. Understand how to pretreat and post treat for oral cancer.


Session : NCDM1411
CC02 Affordable Care Act Implementation
Conference : 82nd Annual Nations Capital Mid-Atlantic Dental Meeting
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  • Thomas Spangler Jr., JD & Janice Kupiec
  • Mr. Spangler and Ms. Kupiec will discuss the effects of the Affordable Care Act on dentistry, including some state specific details, as well as other market forums that will play a role in shaping dental plan offerings.
  • Course objectives: Learn the most up-to-date information on implementation of the Affordable Care Act. Understand the effects the Affordable Care Act will have on dentistry.


Session : NCDM1413
FC02 HPV: The Non-Traditional Oral Cancer with the Non-Traditional Symptoms
Conference : 82nd Annual Nations Capital Mid-Atlantic Dental Meeting
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  • Diana Corbin, RDH
  • Oral cancer is the dental professionals’ arena and educating patients on the symptoms can save lives. Participants will perform oral cancer screenings with several lighted detection devices and learn how to teach patients to do self-exams.
  • Course objectives: Understand why it is the job of the dental professional to educate patients on oral cancer caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). Learn how to teach patients to perform self-exams and educated patients painlessly.


Session : NCDM1414
FC03 Preventative Equipment Maintenance - Do's and Don'ts, Tips and Tricks
Conference : 82nd Annual Nations Capital Mid-Atlantic Dental Meeting
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  • Jerry Hebert
  • Learn how to make basic dental equipment repairs in the office. Learn to fix leaky water syringes, make air pressure adjustments and how to properly maintain handpieces. Participants gain a better understanding of how to maintain equipment and save money. Whether you have owned your own practice for years, or are just beginning your career, all attendees will benefit from this course.
  • Course objectives: Learn how to make basic equipment repairs. Understand how to maintain equipment and save money.


Session : NCDM1415
FC04 Update on Ridge Augmentation and Sinus Grafting
Conference : 82nd Annual Nations Capital Mid-Atlantic Dental Meeting
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  • Israel Puterman, DMD, MSD
  • While the number of bone graft options continues to expand, the fundamentals of grafting the edentulous ridge and the maxillary sinus remain critical to success. This lecture will review the various methods used to graft bone in order to support the placement of dental implants and discuss when to apply these techniques, showing clinical examples. Techniques of ridge augmentation will include block grafting from the symphysis and ramus, particulate allograft, ridge splitting and rhBMP-2.
  • Course objectives: Learn sinus grafting approaches of crestal and lateral window to determine when each approach is indicated. Understand the various methods used to graft bone in order to support the placement of dental implants.


Session : NCDM1418
WS06 Technique Adaptations for Digital Radiograph Imaging: What's Realistically Achievable?
Conference : 82nd Annual Nations Capital Mid-Atlantic Dental Meeting
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  • Jacqueline Dailey, RDH, MS
  • The demands of private practice leave little time for dental assistants and dental hygienists to objectively critique their radiographic clinical technique and outcomes without sacrificing productive practice time. This course is intended to provide sufficient information to enable dental assistants, dental radiation technologists and dental hygienists to gain knowledge and understanding of the essential concepts associated with radiation safety, intraoral technique adaptations for selective dental patients, and technological advances related to digital radiographic imaging.
  • Course objectives: Understand about image quality and pitfalls. Learn digital imaging concepts. Understand intraoral technique limitations.



     


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