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The Chicago Dental Society is an association for dentists in the metropolitan Chicago area; organizer of the Midwinter Meeting, the leading scientific dental meeting and
tradeshow; and an advocate for improving oral health for all. Since its founding in 1864, and incorporation in 1878, CDS’s mission has been to encourage the improvement
of the health of the public, to promote the art and science of dentistry and to represent the interest of the members of the profession and the public that it serves.


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Event : CDS7


Session : CDS1100
C101A/B Using the New Perio Medicine for Better Results
Recommended for Doctors, Hygienists
Conference : The 146th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting 2011
Speaker(s) : Timothy Donley, DDS, MSD
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  • Timothy Donley, DDS, MSD, Bowling Green, KY; Private practice
  • As the economic screws start to tighten, the success of your periodontal practice is going to depend upon your ability to: • Give patients reasons to follow through with your treatment recommendations. • Consistently deliver optimal results in a way that benefits your patients and practice. This course will show you how to do both. You will learn what we can now say for sure about links between perio disease and heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, obesity and more. The lecture will cover how to incorporate these findings into a risk based approach to periodontal diagnosis and treatment.
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Session : CDS1101
C102A/B Dental Material vs. Dental Assistant Products
Recommended for Assistants
Conference : The 146th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting 2011
Speaker(s) : Shannon Pace
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  • Shannon Pace, CDD, Virginia Beach, VA; Editor-in-chief, Inside Dental Assisting
  • This course will guide you through the most current information available on today’s popular esthetic materials. Morning session topics will include: alginate vs. polyvinyl; bite registrations; polishing pastes; dentin desensitizers; direct and indirect composite materials; and flowables and bonding adhesives. Afternoon topics include: finishing and polishing instrumentations; laboratory burs and instruments; provisional cements; bleaching systems; topical fluorides; and more.


Session : CDS1102
F102A/B Oral Sedation
Recommended for Doctors, Hygienists, Assistants
Conference : The 146th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting 2011
Speaker(s) : Michael Silverman, DMD
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  • Michael Silverman, DMD, Seattle Private practice
  • Sedation dentistry provides an environment for a relaxed and comfortable dental experience. Topics in the morning session include: three reasons why oral sedation is so safe; why what you don’t know can harm your patient; seven factors you must know to confidently deliver sedation dentistry; and how sedation dentistry can allow you to capture more cases of a wide variety. Afternoon topics include: how to adjust the level of sedation; which patients are appropriate for sedation and which are not; and how to provide maximum safety for both patient and practitioner.


Session : CDS1103
C103 Optimizing Perio Treatment
Recommended for Doctors, Hygienists, Assistants, Staff
Conference : The 146th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting 2011
Speaker(s) : Charles Blair, DDS
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  • Charles Blair, DDS, Mount Holly, NC; Consultant
  • The team approach to optimizing a perio program will be discussed. Topics include: the optimum new patient flow; doctor to hygiene day ratio, the standard of care for perio diagnosis; periodontal treatment apathy and how to cure it; and the right patient scripting for perio. Also participants can learn how to eliminate all the confusion about alternating D4910 and Prophylaxis, which evaluation code to use, and how to use the gross debridement code. The secrets of how to cut your broken appointments dramatically and how to establish the most efficient protocols for X-rays and evaluations will be covered.
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Session : CDS1104
C104 Simplifying Posterior Tooth Restorations Throughout Life
Recommended for Doctors, Assistants
Conference : The 146th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting 2011
Speaker(s) : Gordon J. Christensen
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  • Gordon Christensen, DDS, MSD, PhD, Provo, UT; Founder and Director, Practical Clinical Courses
  • This presentation includes an in-depth discussion of clinical procedures considering all of the preceding patient characteristics. The topics include: • Preventive concepts for various conditions and ages; • New concepts in sealants and preventive resin restorations; • Preventive, conservative restorative techniques using cariostatic materials; • Minimally invasive preparations using resin-based composite restorations; • Small to moderate Class I and II restorations; • Large Class I and II restorations; • Onlays, indirect using a laboratory or indirect using in-office milling; • Crowns, laboratory made and dentist milled; • The endodontically treated tooth restoration


Session : CDS1105
C108 Tooth Bleaching Options for Young to Old Patients
Recommended for Doctors, Hygienists, Assistants, Staff
Conference : The 146th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting 2011
Speaker(s) : Van Haywood, DMD
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  • Van Haywood, DMD, Augusta, GA; Professor, Department of Oral Rehabilitation, School of Dentistry, Medical College of Georgia, Director of Dental Continuing Education
  • Tooth bleaching has swept the country and includes people of all ages. Indications and contraindications for each age group and tooth discoloration will be presented. Participants can learn: • A proper bleaching examination, plus differences between hydrogen and carbamide peroxide and how that affects treatment time and side effects; • The age-specific recommendations for bleaching, and safety issues; • Clinical examples of indications for bleaching, and research support for each technique; • Treatment options for sensitivity during bleaching, and caries control with bleaching products; • In-office bleaching, with and without light, compared to tray bleaching
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Session : CDS1106
C109 Complications, Frustrations with Implant Dentistry
Recommended for Doctors, Hygienists, Assistants, Lab Technicians
Conference : The 146th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting 2011
Speaker(s) : Curtis Jansen, DDS
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  • Curtis Jansen, DDS, Monterey, CA; Private practice
  • A key factor in treating the implant patient requires identification of potential problems, functional and esthetic, that may arise during treatment or after several years of restorative function, Dr. Jansen says. This program addresses complications which may arise, their management and how future complications can be avoided. Learning Objectives: • Triaging functional and esthetic implant complications; • How to diagnose and treat loose and fractured screws; • Treatment planning and its importance in avoiding complications; • The importance of retrievability with implant restorations


Session : CDS1107
C110/C110R1 A Painless OSHA Update
Recommended for Doctors, Hygienists, Assistants, Staff, General
Conference : The 146th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting 2011
Speaker(s) : Laney Kay, JD
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  • Laney Kay, JD, Marietta, GA; Lecturer, Writer
  • Let’s face it, says Ms. Kay, most Occupational Safety and Health Administraiton training courses are anything but fun. “Join us for a class that will change your mind forever. It’s fun, it’s fast, it’s informative, and it satisfies your annual OSHA requirements. We’ll cover the newest infection control guidelines, new disease information, HIPAA highlights, and other relevant regulations,” she says.
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Session : CDS1108
C111/C111R1 Medical Manifestations of Periodontal Disease
Recommended for Doctors, Hygienists, Assistants, Staff
Conference : The 146th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting 2011
Speaker(s) : Richard Nagelberg, DDS
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  • Richard Nagelberg, DDS, Plymouth Meeting, PA; Private practice
  • This presentation discusses the details of periodontal disease development, oral systemic connections, and medical manifestations of the disease. The morning session covers biofilm, bacterial gingival invasion, the inflammatory response, C-reactive protein and periodontal risk factors identification and management. The afternoon session considers oral systemic links including cardiovascular diseases, rheumatoid arthritis and diabetes. Case studies illustrate the impact of biological processes underlying periodontal disease presentation, salivary diagnostics, and incorporating research findings into daily practice to enhance patient care.
  • Educational funding provided by OraPharma, Inc.
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Session : CDS1109
C112 Success with Porcelain Veneers
Recommended for Doctors, Assistants, Lab Technicians
Conference : The 146th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting 2011
Speaker(s) : Jose-Luis Ruiz
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  • Jose-Luis Ruiz, DDS, Burbank, CA Private practice
  • Predictable success with porcelain veneers requires a clear understanding of adhesion principles, and supragingival preparations techniques. Good diagnosis must include communication with the patient, to understand their unique esthetic perspective and blend it with our own esthetic preferences and goals. Learning Objectives: • Understand how proper diagnosis and smile design dictates proper tooth preparation and restorative material selection; • Proper occlusal diagnosis and adjustment and their relationship with porcelain veneer longevity; • Material selection for long term bonding stability
  • Educational funding provided by VOCO America, Inc.



     


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