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Continuing Dental Education

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2010 Course Guide

From the Dean

he University of Florida College of Dentistry strives to be your trusted resource for meaningful, high-quality continuing dental education. our goal is to build relationships with the dental community to foster a lifetime of learning and personal growth. We are focusing on creating opportunities for the entire dental community, including our student dentists, to come together to fellowship in meaningful activities that foster professional development, networking and communications including: senior Professional develoPment day the 2008 Senior Professional Day marked a new initiative for senior dental students sponsored by Continuing Dental Education (CDE) and utilizing Comprehensive Dentistry Program alumni to present, "Real World Dentistry Presented by Real World Dentists." We received excellent feedback from attendees and the college's Curriculum Committee moved to make this an annual event. dental fall Weekend this is one of the college's signature reunion alumni events presented by the aaF (academy of alumni & Friends) and is focused on fun and fraternity. in 2008 we were fortunate to land Homecoming Weekend for the reunion meaning festivities included the Homecoming Parade, Gator Growl, an SEC game against the Kentucky Wildcats, a pregame tailgate party with the Psi omega Dental Fraternity, and a one hour CDE program. Dental Fall Weekend 2009 is again scheduled for UF's Homecoming Weekend (october 16 & 17), so if you plan to attend please register early ­ packages are limited. sPrinG synerGy Weekend the first annual Spring Synergy Weekend, in april 2009, kicked off with Chris marchack, D.D.S., presenting a tremendous program on "the Road to Restoration with Dental implants" attended by 71 college faculty, staff, students and private practitioners. the event activities also included an american Student Dental association (aSDa) vendor fair and Central Florida District Dental association reception with about 200 people in attendance. the Jawbreakers, a college faculty band, provided classic tunes from the 60s & 70s and a Sunday aSDa Golf tournament fundraiser rounded out the weekend. Watch your mail and email for dates, registration materials and deadlines. We hope that you'll join us for this year's events designed to foster a cohesive dental community including organized dentistry, private practitioners, corporate partners, students, faculty, and staff. the UF College of Dentistry and our CDE are committed to dental excellence. By focusing on relationships that strengthen the dental community, we believe that we can influence the delivery of high quality dental care to patients and heighten the standing of the dental profession within the larger community. Regards,

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teresa dolan, d.d.s., m.P.H Dean samuel B. low, d.d.s., m.s., m.ed. associate Dean for Faculty Practice and Continuing Education lynn king, m.B.a., r.d.H. CDE Coordinator

the University of Florida College of Dentistry is designated as a nationally approved sponsor by the academy of General dentistry. the formal continuing education programs of this sponsor are accepted by aGD for Fellowship/mastership credit. University of Florida 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. University of Florida designates each activity for the number of credit hours for continuing education credits as listed in the course description. Sponsorship of a dental continuing education course by the University of Florida does not necessarily imply endorsement of a particular philosophy, procedure or product by this institution. Continuing education courses do not necessarily reflect the philosophies of the University of Florida pre-doctoral or postdoctoral training programs.

teresa a. Dolan, D.D.S., m.P.H. Professor and Dean

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CONTENTS

Hands-on live Patient

traditional

AAF / ASDA

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st. Pete

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orlando

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team discount

Course academy of alumni & Friends - Dental Fall Weekend aSDa - Spring Synergy Weekend

date oct. 16-17, 2009 apr. 9-10, 2010

Course # 090836 090914

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AGD-CDP

7 2 Year aGD mastership Preparation Course - Comprehensive Dentistry Program June 2010-June 2012 120001

CDP

8 General Dentistry Symposium & CDP Reunion aug. 28, 2010 110018

CEREC

9 9 introduction to CEREC © 3D Cad-Cam technology introduction to CEREC © 3D Cad-Cam technology CEREC © 3D Software training for Dental auxiliary Sept. 11-12, 2009 Sept. 24-25, 2010 oct. 2, 2009 090225 110019 090135

Cone Beam CT

10 Cone Beam Ct and Radiographic techniques in Dentistry Cone Beam Ct and Radiographic techniques in Dentistry oct. 10, 2009 Feb. 6, 2010 090226 100255

Core (Basics)

10 license Renewal Seminar including Required Course(s) license Renewal Seminar including Required Course(s) license Renewal Seminar including Required Course(s) aug. 28, 2009 Jan. 22, 2010 aug. 27, 2010 090224 110010.01 110010.02

Dental Assistant

11 Expanded Functions for Das: Certification Course,Part i Expanded Functions for Das: Certification Course,Part ii Expanded Functions for Das: Certification Course,Part i Expanded Functions for Das: Certification Course,Part ii Expanded Functions for Das: Certification Course,Part i Expanded Functions for Das: Certification Course,Part ii Expanded Functions for Das: Certification Course,Part i Expanded Functions for Das: Certification Course,Part ii Expanded Functions for Das: Certification Course,Part i Expanded Functions for Das: Certification Course,Part ii Expanded Functions for Das: Certification Course,Part i Expanded Functions for Das: Certification Course,Part ii Basic Radiology Skills for the Dental auxiliary: Certification Course - live Session Basic Radiology Skills for the Dental auxiliary: Certification Course - live Session Basic Radiology Skills for the Dental auxiliary: Certification Course - online Session Basic Radiology Skills for the Dental auxiliary: Certification Course - online Session Basic Radiology Skills for the Dental auxiliary: Certification Course - live Session Basic Radiology Skills for the Dental auxiliary: Certification Course - online Session Basic Radiology Skills for the Dental auxiliary: Certification Course - online Session Basic Radiology Skills for the Dental auxiliary: Certification Course - online Session

team traininG disCount: SaVE $25 on each team member who registers at the same time. early Bird: SaVE $30 off selected course. loCations: all courses are held at the University of Florida College of Dentistry, unless otherwise specified. university of florida College of dentistry 1600 SW archer Rd. Gainesville, Fl 32610 888-550-4590

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Jul. 31-aug. 2, 2009 aug. 15-16, 2009 oct. 9-11, 2009 oct. 24-25, 2009 Jan. 8-10, 2010 Jan. 23-24, 2010 apr. 16-18, 2010 may 1-2, 2010 July 23-25, 2010 aug. 7-8, 2010 oct. 22-24, 2010 nov. 6-7, 2010 Sep. 25-26, 2009 oct. 2-3, 2009 nov. 14, 2009 Jan. 30, 2010 mar. 12-13, 2010 apr. 24, 2010 may. 22, 2010 aug. 21, 2010

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H uf Hialeah Clinic

750 East 25th St. Hialeah, Fl 33013 305-694-5400 uf st. Pete Clinic University of Florida Partnership Center at St. Petersburg College Seminole Campus 9200 113th St. n Seminole, Fl 33772 727-394-6064 Gainesville lodGinG: www.visitgainesville.com.

Hands-on WorksHoPs: look for the Hands-on icon to denote these popular high-quality, high-impact participation courses. of particular note are the "a la Carte" sections of the aGD mastership Prep program. these sections allow you to interact with the highest caliber of "life-long" learners, while giving you a preview into UF's unique 25 month Comprehensive Dentistry Program. live Patient treatment Course

sPonsors: *Continuing Dental Education at UFCD wishes to express its appreciation to Brasseler USA, Captek, Crest Oral B, Dentsply, Florida Probe, Fox Dental Lab, Great Lakes Orthodontics, Henry Schein, Hu-Friedy, Ivoclar, Itamar, NDX, Omni, OraPharma, Patterson Dental, Philips/ Sonicare, Porter Instrument Company, Premier Dental Products, Sirona Dental Systems, Sullivan-Schein, Sunstar/ Butler, and Ultradent for unrestricted educational grants, which helped to make these courses possible.

Dates and locations subject to change without notice. Bookmark www.dental.ufl.edu/ce for the latest info, fees, and updates.

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oct. 1-2, 2010 Dec. 4, 2010 mar. 27-28, 2010 110012.06 110012.07 100234

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Basic Radiology Skills for the Dental auxiliary: Certification Course - live Session Basic Radiology Skills for the Dental auxiliary: Certification Course - online Session Fabricating Provisional Crowns & Bridges: Certification Course

Dental Auxiliary

13 Dental auxiliary Symposium aug. 28, 2010 110013

Dental Hygienist

14 14 5th annual Dental Hygiene Symposium advanced Skills for the accomplished Dental Hygienist: instrumentation & Sharpening advanced Skills for the accomplished Dental Hygienist: instrumentation & Sharpening advanced Skills for the accomplished Dental Hygienist: instrumentation & Sharpening Periodontal maintenance of Dental implants Fundamentals of implant therapy for the Dental Hygienist Effective Periodontal therapy through a Workshop in technology Effective Periodontal therapy through a Workshop in technology Effective Periodontal therapy through a Workshop in technology mission Possible: live Patient treatment Course for Dental Hygienists innovative Products for the Dental Hygienist Periodontology & implant Update for the Dental Hygienist Dental Hygiene Spring Summit advanced Skills for the accomplished Dental Hygienist: Ultrasonics aug. 29, 2009 Sept. 19, 2009 Jan. 30, 2010 oct. 22, 2010 Jan. 22, 2010 Sept. 25, 2009 oct. 10, 2009 Feb. 13, 2009 oct. 23, 2010 oct. 16-17, 2009 oct. 24, 2009 Feb. 19, 2010 apr. 16, 2010 apr. 17, 2010 100009 090219 110017.01 110017.02 100271 100004 100007 110022.01 110022.02 090006 100010 100253 100254 100270

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Dental Labs

18 online Dental lab laws & Rules Florida's new laboratory laws: Key Points online 100269

Dental Materials

19 19 20 Preparations, impressions, and temporaries oct. 16, 2009 aaGFo Presents an Evening of Service and Dental materials oct. 29, 2009 Veneers:Prep, no-Prep or minimal Prep & Selecting Best materials for Crowns & Bridges Feb. 12, 2010 090134 100230 100193

Endodontics

21 21 Rotary Endo - Your Pathway to Faster & more Predictable Results Rotary Endo - Your Pathway to Faster & more Predictable Results let Endo Be Your Practice's Economic Stimulus Package let Endo Be Your Practice's Economic Stimulus Package aug. 7, 2009 aug. 13, 2010 oct. 3, 2009 apr. 23, 2010 100023 110020 090136 100171

Esthetics

22 Esthetic Soft tissue augmentation free may 21, 2010 110nFP

Implants

22 Surgical implant Placement for the General Dentist, Part i Surgical implant Placement for the General Dentist, Part ii Surgical implant Placement for the General Dentist, Part iii Periodontal maintenance of Dental implants immediate Functional loading of Dental implants - Prerequisite for Success aug. 21-22, 2009 Sept. 25-26, 2009 oct. 9-10, 2009 Jan. 22, 2010 may 1, 2010 090009 090009 090009 100271 100272

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Nitrous Oxide

24 nitrous oxide Psychosedation: Certification Course nitrous oxide Psychosedation: Certification Course nitrous oxide Psychosedation: Certification Course nitrous oxide Psychosedation: Certification Course oct. 23-24, 2009 Jan. 8-9, 2010 mar. 12-13, 2010 nov. 5-6, 2010 100006 110011.01 110011.02 110011.03

Occlusion

24 Concepts of occlusion...as they Relate to Everyday Dentistry Concepts of occlusion...as they Relate to Everyday Dentistry oct. 9, 2009 Sept. 10, 2010 100010 110021

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Hands-on

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Oral Medicine

25 25 oral oncology/oral medicine Clerkship oral medicine Update: a team approach Custom Scheduled Jan. 29, 2010 100256 100257

Patient Management

26 26 27 Competently treating Special needs Patients: You Can Do it Safe management of the High Risk Geriatric Patient Clinical Photography for the Dental Professional oct. 23, 2009 Dec. 11, 2009 Jan. 29-30, 2010 100022 100008 100194

Pediatric Dentistry

28 28 29 Pediatric Dentistry mini-Residency making Sense of oral Hygiene in Healthy & Sick adolescents Evidence Based Pediatric Dentistry:Practical approaches to Providing Quality Care Custom Scheduled oct. 30, 2009 Feb. 5, 2010 100258 100015 100259

Periodontics

30 30 Utilizing laser technology to manage Periodontal tissue Utilizing laser technology to manage Periodontal tissue Effective Periodontal therapy through a Workshop in technology Effective Periodontal therapy through a Workshop in technology Effective Periodontal therapy through a Workshop in technology Jul. 25, 2009 Feb. 12, 2010 oct. 10, 2009 Feb. 13, 2010 oct. 23, 2010 080179 100260 100007 110022.01 110022.02

Pharmacology

31 31 Pharmacology: Drugs, Herbal, nutraceuticals-new issues for Dentistry Pharmacology: Drugs in Dentistry Update oct. 30, 2009 Sept. 11, 2010 100014 110023

Practice Management

32 32 Surviving the Recession: marketing Plan in a Day maximizing Your Practice: Business Plan in a Day oct. 2, 2009 oct. 1, 2010 090054 110014

Risk Management

33 33 oSHa Update, Risk management, Record Keeping and Diagnosis & treatment Planning Record Keeping and Risk management Dec. 5, 2009 Feb. 20, 2010 100019.04 100019.05

Sleep Disorders

34 Sleep Disorders: a multidisciplinary approach Sleep Disorders: a multidisciplinary approach nov. 6-7, 2009 Dec. 3-4, 2010 100012 110015

TMD

34 35 Dawson Center 7th annual Soft (& Hard) tissue oral Pathology Symposium Feb. 26-27, 2010 100231

Orlando Cruise

36 36 W. Caribbean Cruise: Day of Core & Required Course(s) with Dr. Grimaudo alaska Cruise: oral medicine with Dr. Katz oct. 29-nov. 2, 2009 100017 June 18-25, 2010 100238

Technology

37 HiV/aiDS Domestic Violence Prevention of medical Errors laws, Rules & Ethics 100235 100237 100232 100240 4 pack oSHa Risk management online - tx of med. Emerg. in Dental office 100252 100251 100233 100239

Other

37 Board Remediation Courses (independent Study) 100241

Dates and locations subject to change without notice. Bookmark www.dental.ufl.edu/ce for the latest info, fees, and updates.

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Calendar of Events

the office of development and alumni affairs for the University of Florida College of Dentistry organizes and manages the fundraising efforts of the college and provides opportunities for alumni and friends to be involved with the college through special events, alumni publications and lectures to current students. We are pleased to see our alumni stay connected with the college through events such as annual Dental Fall weekends, White Coat Ceremony and other academy of alumni and Friends activities. the academy of alumni & Friends annual Giving Fund helps maintain the college's level of excellence through support of student and alumni programs. Your gifts support student scholarships, mission trips, organizations ­ such as american Student Dental associations (aSDa) and Dental ambassadors ­ and special events like the White Coat Ceremony, Dental Fall Weekend and the annual Gator Dentist Reception at FnDC. C o m i n G e v e n t s : friday June 19, 2009

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Gator dentist reception |

at the fndC, Gaylord Hotel, orlando, florida

all alumni, donors, friends and their guests are invited. no RSVP necessary! Sponsored by: Delta Dental, Heartland Dental Care, Inc., Henry Schein & the Academy of Alumni & Friends

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dental fall Weekend |

oCtoBer 16 & 17, 2009

uf Homecoming weekend in Gainesville, florida.

For more information or to register online, visit our web site at www.dental.ufl.edu. Program # 090836 Contacts: Rebecca Graves (352) 273-5780 [email protected] or Milan Savic (888) 550-4590 [email protected] .

american student dental association (asda) Established in 1971, the american Student Dental association has addressed the needs of dental students nationwide for almost 40 years. it is the nation's largest organization of dental students with a membership that boasts about 86 percent of all students. aSDa enjoys a close, fraternal relationship with the aDa yet maintains a political and financial autonomy; it is an association administered by and for the students. C o m i n G e v e n t s : aPril 9-10, 2010

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spring synergy Weekend |

asda vendor fair & Golf tournament, eighth annual research day and ufCd Cde in Gainesville, florida

all alumni, donors, friends, private practitioners and UFCD faculty, staff & students are invited. For more information or to register online, visit our web site at www.dental.ufl.edu/ce.

Program # 090914

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AGD ­ CDP

aGd mastership Preparation Course Comprehensive dentistry Program Class 26

"as a graduate of CDP-22 and visiting faculty for CDP-23 - CDP-25, i cannot overstate the value and strength of this program. the personal enjoyment and professional growth derived from this program can best be illustrated by the number of individuals who have been repeat participants. i would like to encourage you to contact Dr. Jim Haddix, Program Director, or any of the other helpful people at the department of Continuing Dental Education concerning questions about the program. We look forward to hearing from you!"

-- tony menendez, d.d.s., m.a.G.d. dates: Course # 120001 June 2010 ­ June 2012 loCation: University of Florida College of Dentistry Gainesville 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Fri./Sat.) 8 a.m. - noon (Sun.) Course limit: 20 Participants reGistration fee: $22,375. Payable with an initial deposit of $2,500 and $795 monthly attendance fees aPPlyinG: applications are available by calling 1-888-550-4590 toll free or online at www.dental.ufl.edu/Ce. CurriCulum Hours: 600

Course desCriPtion:

For over 25 years, the University of Florida has provided a unique program for dentists seeking an opportunity to: · Earn 600 credits applicable toward a mastership in the academy of General Dentistry. in fact, the university of florida offers the only mastership track program that allows you to complete all your mastership requirements in 25 months · Completion of AGD Mastership program qualifies participant to seek Diplomate status with the american Board of General Dentists · Interact with excellent instructors specializing in different fields; with evidence-based, research supported insights into the latest advancements in the profession · Develop camaraderie with practitioners nationally and internationally · Compile a body of reference material for practical, immediate use in your practice come monday morning · Deepen knowledge for newly licensed dentists or introduce new skills for experienced dentists in short, this two-year postgraduate course in comprehensive dentistry is designed to provide the general practitioner with an organized and structured educational program of dental sciences in a format that has something to offer everyone. Classes meet one weekend per month on Friday, Saturday and Sunday (including breakfast/lunch on Fri/Sat and breakfast on Sun). Classes consist of lectures, discussion, in-office projects, literature review, and intensive hands-on participation utilizing the College of Dentistry's state-of-the-art Simulation lab.

the course curriculum parallels the requirements for mastership in the academy of General dentistry. a certificate of completion will be awarded each candidate meeting all requirements of the following curriculum: t.m.D./occlusion operative Dentistry Periodontics Fixed Prosthodontics Removable Prosthodontics Endodontics oral Surgery Esthetics Electives implants Practice management Basic Science Special Patient Care oral medicine/oral Diagnosis orthodontics Pediatric Dentistry total Hours 46 hours 46 hours 46 hours 46 hours 46 hours 46 hours 46 hours 46 hours 102 hours 46 hours 24 hours 12 hours 12 hours 12 hours 12 hours 12 hours 600 hours

Course direCtor:

James Haddix, D.m.D., associate Professor and Director of Predoctoral Endodontics and the Comprehensive Dentistry Program at the University of Florida.

faCulty:

Courses will be presented by a variety of instructors including UF Faculty, other nationally recognized experts and private practitioners who are known for their standards of excellence.

Dates and locations subject to change without notice. Bookmark www.dental.ufl.edu/ce for the latest info, fees, and updates.

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CDP

dates: Course # 110018 august 28, 2010 (Saturday) Gainesville 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. reGistration fee:

(Breakfast/lunch included)

General dentistry symposium and CdP annual meeting

Course desCriPtion:

this popular program will give you new and practical information on a broad range of topics of specific interest to dentists. Brought to you by an outstanding panel of dental educators in a lively multi-topic, multi-speaker format, you will receive unbiased, evidence-based information in an engaging and concise format. and the Florida Dental association. Dr. Guidi has spent extensive time studying with mentors such as Peter Dawson and Frank Spear and has completed curriculums at both the Pankey and misch institutes. Dr. Kevin Frazier provides general restorative dentistry services including fillings, crowns, and other esthetic procedures. He has 22 years of private practice and academic experience since completing residency training in 1984. Dr. Frazier is an associate Professor in oral Rehabilitation at the medical College of Georgia School of Dentistry. He received his DmD from the University of Florida in 1983 and completed a GPR at UF in 1984. His background includes private practice and teaching at UF prior to joining medical College of Georgia in 1995, where he teaches operative Dentistry, Dental anatomy and occlusion, Esthetic Dentistry and Fixed Prosthodontics in technique courses and clinics. His research interests include dental education trends and evaluations of resin-based restorations. He is the SE Regional Director for CoDE and is Counselor for the Section on operative Dentistry and Biomaterials of aDEa.

Continuing Dental Education at UFCD wishes to express its appreciation to Atridox, Dentsply, Florida Probe, Hu-Friedy, Johnson & Johnson, Omnii Pharmaceuticals, Crest Oral B, OraPharma, Patterson Dental, Philips/ Sonicare, Premier Dental, Sullivan-Schein, Sunstar/ Butler, and Ultradent for unrestricted educational grants, which helped to make this course possible.

Early Bird Fee* Dentists Regular Fee Dentists CPD Banquet

$195 $225 $35

*Up to 1 month before course date

register your team for the dental Hygiene and/or dental auxiliary symposia and everyone will receive the team training discount ($25 off)! faCulty: Dr. Paul a. Guidi, Dr. Kevin Frazier, Dr. Robert Cowie (Bio p. 20) Ceus: 6 contact hours. lecture

at the conclusion, participants will be updated on: · Occlusal Disease ­ Dr. Paul Guidi · Bruxing ­ Dr. Robert Cowie · What's New in Caries Detection ­ Dr. Kevin Frazier

Course oBJeCtives:

Dr. Paul a. Guidi is originally from Boston and has been in private practice at his Clearwater office since 1988. He is a graduate of the University of South Florida and received his Doctorate of Dental medicine from the University of Florida College of Dentistry. Dr. Guidi has been on the faculty of the University of Florida College of Dentistry, Department of Graduate Prosthodontics since 2001. He teaches occlusion at the graduate and undergraduate level. Dr. Guidi is a fellow of the academy of General Dentistry and holds membership in the american Equilibration Society, american academy of implant Dentistry, american academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Florida academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, american Dental association,

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AGD Mastership Prep Courses may be your

answer. Course topics & dates available online at

Just a few courses short

of your AGD Mastership requirements?

Attention: AGD FELLOWS & CDP ALUMNI

www.dental.ufl.edu/CE. Each 24 CEU Section only $995* CDP Alumni Courtesy Fee only $895.*

To Register Call:

1-888-550-4590

TOLL FREE

*on a Space-Available basis

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CEREC© 3D

introduction to CereC© 3d Cad-Cam technology

Course desCriPtion:

With the continued advances in technology, techniques and materials, and the reduction in dental laboratory training programs, the future of dentistry is changing. CaD-Cam dentistry is on the cutting edge of advanced restorative care. this "hands-on workshop" will allow you to "test-drive" Sirona's popular CEREC 3D CaD-Cam technology and new Biogeneric software, so that you can learn if this technology is the right fit for your practice. Clinical application, financial implications, and patient benefits will be discussed in a format that will take you from treatment planning and case selection all the way through preparation, design, milling, adhesive dentistry, cementation materials and techniques. Each participant will have ample opportunity to prep, powder, capture the optical impression, design, and mill multiple restorations on dentoform models. Your questions will be answered from an academic perspective, based on literature review and actual clinical cases completed using the CEREC 3D method.

dates: Course # 090225 Sept. 11-12, 2009 St. Pete (Friday - Saturday) Course # 110019 Sept. 24-25, 2010 St. Pete (Friday - Saturday) Friday: 1 - 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

(Breakfast/lunch included)

Course oBJeCtives:

at the end of the course, each participant should be knowledgeable in: · The evolution of CAD-CAM technology, its clinical application and financial implications · The indications and contra-indications for use of CaD-Cam generated restorations in the clinical environment · Proper tooth preparation techniques for successful CaD-Cam generated inlays, onlays, crowns, and veneer restorations · The pros and cons of the various adhesive dentistry and resin cement systems · How to work the CEREC CAD-CAM equipment and Biogeneric software to successfully mill all ceramic restorations · The proper delivery and cementation sequence for CaD-Cam generated restorations

Continuing Dental Education at UFCD wishes to express its appreciation to Patterson Dental and Sirona Dental Systems for unrestricted educational grants, which helped to make this course possible.

Course limit: 24 participants reGistration Regular Fee Dentists auxiliaries Early Bird Fee* Dentists auxiliaries fee: $925 $325 $895 $295

*Up to 1 month before course date

faCulty: amer abu-Hanna, D.D.S., m.S. and mark Davis, D.D.S. Ceus: 12 contact hours. Participation

CereC© 3d software training: an auxiliary Course

Course desCriPtion:

this course is designed for the dental auxiliary who is interested in learning to manipulate and master CEREC 3D software. the purchase of a CEREC 3D system is an incredible investment for any dental practice. Productivity of such a system is only possible with a "team approach." the dentist prepares the tooth and captures the optical image. this is followed by a highly efficient dental auxiliary who has the ability to manipulate the CEREC 3D software in the design and milling of a CEREC restoration. this course allows hands on training with the software, basic maintenance of the milling unit and a review of cementation procedures for ceramic and composite CEREC restorations.

dates: Course # 090135 october 2, 2009 (Friday) Gainesville 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Course limit: 30 reGistration fee: Regular Fee Dentists auxiliaries Early Bird Fee* Dentists auxiliaries

(Breakfast/lunch included)

$425 $225 $395 $195

*Up to 1 month before course date

** Basic knowledge of Dental anatomy is required.

Continuing Dental Education at UFCD wishes to express its appreciation to Patterson Dental and Sirona Dental Systems for unrestricted educational grants, which helped to make this course possible.

faCulty: Geraldine Weinstein, D.D.S, marc ottenga, D.D.S. Ceus: 7 contact hours. Participation

Course oBJeCtives:

at conclusion, participants should be knowledgeable in: · CEREC Software · Basic maintenance of milling unit · Cementation procedures

Dates and locations subject to change without notice. Bookmark www.dental.ufl.edu/ce for the latest info, fees, and updates.

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Cone Beam / Core (Basics)

dates: Course # 090226 oct. 10, 2009 (Saturday) Course # 100255 Feb. 6, 2010 (Saturday) Gainesville 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. reGistration fee:

(Breakfast included)

Cone Beam Ct and radiographic techniques in dentistry

Course desCriPtion:

this course will enable the dental practitioner to understand the basic concepts of advanced imaging as applied to dentistry. the indications for use of advanced imaging will be discussed. Cutting edge research and clinical radiographic tools will be included. Currently available advanced imaging units will be introduced. image capture and processing will be discussed. applications in the field of implant dentistry, orthodontics, oral surgery etc. will be discussed. interesting cases will be introduced for discussion in an interactive session. Discussion of indications for referring patients for Ct, basics of interpretation, need for other procedures, legal aspects of reading Cts, etc. will be included. a demonstration session will be offered following the lecture session. Participants will have an opportunity to observe 3D image acquisition and image reconstruction and processing.

Course oBJeCtives:

· Introduction to advanced imaging, terminology, applications · Discuss advantages and disadvantages of 3D imaging · Compare and contrast different systems, including image capture technology · Demo session

Regular Fee Dentists auxiliaries Early Bird Fee* Dentists auxiliaries

$375 $195 $345 $165

*Up to 1 month before course date

faCulty: m. K. nair, B.D.S., D.m.D., m.S., Dipl.aBomR, liC odont. (Sweden), Ph.D., assoc. Prof., oral and maxillofacial Radiology, UFCD Ceus: 7 contact hours. Participation

WHo sHould attend:

Dental practitioners and support staff who are/will be engaged in advanced image acquisition or prescription.

dates: Course # 090224 aug. 28, 2009 (Friday) Course # 110010.01 Jan. 22, 2010 (Friday) Course # 110010.02 aug. 27, 2010 (Friday) Gainesville 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. reGistration fee:

(Breakfast included)

license renewal seminar: day of Core and required Course(s)

Course desCriPtion:

While the Florida Board requires 30 hours of CEU for dentists, 24 hours of CEU for hygienists and 18 hours of CEU for dental labs, every biennium in order to renew your Florida license, there are certain specific courses that the state requires for relicensure. this one-day seminar is designed to satisfy those requirements. Hiv/aids (2 Ceu) and infectious diseases pertinent to the practice of dentistry and dental hygiene, including viral counts, hepatitis, sterilization and infection control requirements, identification of oral lesions associated with infectious disease, how the presence of infectious disease directly affects treatment decisions of dentists. domestic violence (2 Ceu) including information on the numbers of patients likely to be victims and/or predators in a professional's practice, screening procedures for determining if a patient may have a history of being a victim or predator of domestic violence, and instruction on how to provide patients with information on resources in the local community to help victims of domestic violence. *Prevention of medical errors (2 Ceu) shall include a study of root cause analysis, error reduction and prevention, and patient safety. **laws, rules, and ethics (2 Ceu), including professional responsibility and competence; legal standards; confidentiality; professional relationships; recordkeeping; common malpractice complaints; commonly reported violations reported to the Department; and relevant case studies.

Regular Fee Dentists/RDH/labs $195 Early Bird Fee* Dentists/RDH/labs $165

*Up to 1 month before course date

faCulty: nicholas J. Grimaudo, D.m.D., m.S., m.S., Ph.D. Ceus: 8 contact hours. Participation

Course oBJeCtives:

to satisfy the state mandated course requirements for dentist and dental hygiene relicensure in a one-day seminar. *Required for Florida License Renewal **Dental Lab Specific Laws and Rules on page 18.

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Dental Assistants

expanded functions for dental auxiliary: Certification Course

PrereQuisite:

minimum of one year of experience as a general practice chair-side dental assistant or hygienist. a form will be provided upon registration to certify experience. attendance of both Part i & ii is required for certification. reGister early-- limit is 30 participants, and course fills quickly. · · · · · · · · · · · Polishing clinical crowns for removal of stains Polishing amalgam restorations Placing and removing matrices Placing provisional restorations Placing bases and liners Suture removal Application of pit & fissure sealants Preliminary charting Packing and removing retraction cord Obtaining bacteriological cytological specimens Cementing provisional crowns and bridges with temporary cement

dates: Part 1 (Friday- Sunday) Part ii (Saturday - Sunday) Course # 090138.003 Jul. 31- aug. 2, 2009 (Part i) and aug. 15-16, 2009 (Part ii) Course # 090138.004 oct. 9-11, 2009 (Part i) and oct. 24-25, 2009 (Part ii) Course # 110009.01 Jan. 8-10, 2010 (Part i) and Jan. 23-24, 2010 (Part ii) Course # 110009.02 apr. 16-18, 2010 (Part i) and may 1-2, 2010 (Part ii) Course # 110009.03 Jul. 23-25, 2010 (Part i) and aug. 7-8, 2010 (Part ii) Course # 110009.04 oct. 22-24, 2010 (Part i) and nov. 6-7, 2010 (Part ii) time: 7:30 am: Sign in/breakfast 8:00 a.m. - 5 p.m.: lecture loCation: University of Florida ­ College of Dentistry Gainesville Course limit: 30 Participants reGistration fee:

(Breakfast included)

Course desCriPtion:

this two-part participation course is designed to teach the auxiliary to perform those expanded functions listed below. this course will include those duties which may be performed under the supervision of a dentist and for which formal training is required. Certificates will be awarded upon demonstration of competency and satisfactory completion of written and clinical post-tests.

to provide training for certification in the following expanded functions: · Taking impressions for study casts · Topical application of fluoride · Placing and removing rubber dams · Placing and removing periodontal dressings

Course oBJeCtives:

all necessary supplies and instruments will be provided, including a four-hole slow speed handpiece with contra-angle and prophy angle, rubber dam tray and operative tray. This course is approved for certification and training in Expanded Functions for dental auxiliaries in Florida and Georgia per Florida Statutes, Section 466.024(6) and Board of Dentistry Rule 64B5-16.005.

trilogy of Certification Courses for dental auxiliary

Florida does not license dental assistants and there is no examination requirement. However, prior to the performance of expanded duties as defined by rule of the Board, the dental assistant must possess formal training. this certification training falls into 3 categories: 1. expanded functions ­ Formal training which is required for certification in order to legally perform certain remediable tasks. Rules 64B516.005 and 16.006, Florida administrative Code, defines Remediable tasks (expanded functions) delegable to dental hygienists and dental assistants and the level of supervision required. 2. radiography ­ Radiography certification is obtained through the Department of Health by submitting documentation of successful completion of a Board approved certification course; after completing three months of on-the-job training through assisting in the positioning and exposing of dental radiographic film under the direct supervision of a Florida licensed dentist. Department of Health application and fee is required, in addition. 3. fabricating Provisional Crowns and Bridges ­ advanced training for certification of additional expanded functions beyond those covered in the Expanded Functions course. Per Florida Statutes, Section 466-024(6) and Board of Dentistry Rule 64B5-16.005, this course is approved for the certification of dental auxiliaries to legally perform the expanded functions of cementing temporary crowns and bridges with temporary cement and fabricating temporary crowns and bridges intra-orally.

$795 auxiliaries ­ Standard cancellation policy does not apply to this course. Refunds, less $150, will be processed for registrants who cancel less than 14 days before the course starting date. refunds cannot be given for cancellations on or after the course starting date. faCulty: University of Florida -- College of Dentistry Faculty Ceus: 36 contact hours. Participation

Dates and locations subject to change without notice. Bookmark www.dental.ufl.edu/ce for the latest info, fees, and updates.

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Dental Assistants

dates: See dates listed in box below loCation: University of Florida College of Dentistry Gainesville Course limit: 20 Participants reGistration fee:

(Breakfast included)

BasiC radiology skills for dental auxiliary: Certification Course

This course is approved for Certification for Dental Radiographers per Florida Administrative Code, Chapter 64B5-9.011.

$325 auxiliaries. faCulty: m. K. nair B.D.S., D.m.D., m.S., lic. odont. (Sweden), Ph.D., assoc. Prof., oral & maxillofacial Radiology, Colleges of Dentistry & medicine; James C. Pettigrew, Jr., D.m.D. assoc. Prof. & Division Head, oral & maxillofacial Radiology, oral & maxillofacial Surgery & Diagnostic Sciences Radiology Div. Clinical instructors: Glenda Guarino, C.D.a., m.S. Prof. of Dental assisting, SFCC & mae Bell Wilson, C.D.a., a.S. Ceus: 14 contact hours. Participation

PrereQuisite / limit:

at least 3 months of continuous on-the-job training through assisting in the positioning and exposing of dental radiographic film under the direct supervision of a Florida licensed dentist and be at least 18 years of age. (Chapter 64B5-9.011). Signed acknowledgement of meeting these prerequisites is required. Participants may be dismissed from course if found lacking appropriate dental experience. reGister early--limit is 20 participants, and course fills quickly.

Course desCriPtion:

this course is a review for dental auxiliaries to reacquaint them with the necessary background material and fundamental principles needed for certification in radiology safety as currently required by Florida law. one of the few courses taught by a dental full-

time radiologist, this course is specifically designed to make a complex subject much easier to comprehend. Safety factors for protecting the operator and patient will be stressed. the first day is taught in a lecture/ discussion format. the mandatory second day provides individualized hands-on clinical experience with mannequins to enhance skills in taking x-rays, in a relaxed and enjoyable setting.

neW in 2010!

Choose the one that best 1. suits you! Regardless of which lecture method you choose, online or live, you must still attend the one day Saturday hands-on clinical workshop associated with the session you choose at the University of Florida College of Dentistry.

Same certification course.

traditional, live lecture.

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delivery systems

Choose one of six online sessions. Complete the online lectures and attend saturday clinical hands-on workshop (8 a.m. - 5 p.m.) on the date associated with the session you choose.

· · · · · · Nov. 14, 2009 # 100021-007 Jan. 30, 2010 # 110012.01 Apr. 24, 2010 # 110012.03 May 22, 2010 # 110012.04 Aug. 21, 2010 # 110012.05 Dec. 4, 2010 # 110012.07

2. self-paced, online lecture.*

Choose one of four live sessions. You will attend the lecture on Friday (8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.) and clinical hands-on workshop on Saturday (8 a.m. - 5 p.m.).

· Sept. 25-26, 2009 #100021-005 · Oct. 2-3, 2009 # 100021-006 · Mar. 12-13, 2010 # 110012.02 · Oct. 1-2, 2010 # 110012.06

* Once you register, lectures will be delivered to your email. These lectures are video-recorded and web-streamed for self-paced, stop and go, pause and rewind, or fast-forward viewing.

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Dental Assistants / Dental Auxiliary

fabricating Provisional Crowns & Bridges: Certification Course

PrereQuisite and limit:

this program is designed to enhance the skills of trained dental assistants. it is not suitable for office staff who do not have dental assisting experience. Enrollment is limited to 20 participants. a slide/lecture format with laboratory exercises following each presentation.

dates: Course # 100234 mar. 27-28, 2010 (Saturday-Sunday) 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. loCation: University of Florida College of Dentistry Gainesville Course limit: 20 Participants reGistration fee:

(Breakfast included)

Course oBJeCtives:

at the completion of the course, the participate will be trained in the theoretical and practical knowledge to be certified to fabricate provisionals. ***Participants will need to supply specific instruments/materials. the instrument list is available online in the course description and will be mailed with acknowledgment letter. This course is approved for the certification of dental auxiliaries to perform the expanded functions-cementing temporary crowns & bridges with temporary cement and fabricating temporary crowns and bridges intra-orally. Florida Statutes, Section 466.024(6) and Board of Dentistry Rule 64B5-16.005.

Course desCriPtion:

this two-day course is designed so that, upon completion, the participant will have the theoretical knowledge and practical experience necessary to fabricate a variety of provisional restorations. the first day will consist of making single unit provisional crowns using pre-formed polycarbonate and aluminum shell crowns and custom acrylic temporaries using different matrices. the participants will use conventional acrylic resin as well as the new BiS acryl composite resins. these will be made on removable dies. the second day will consist of making anterior and posterior provisional bridges from alginate impressions of prepared bridge abutments. Cementation and removal of provisional restorations will also be covered. this course is presented in

Regular auxiliary Fee Early Bird Fee*

$445 $415

*Up to 1 month before course date

faCulty: Jack S. Jones, D.m.D., and terry magner, R.D.H. Ceus: 14 contact hours. Participation

dental auxiliary symposium

Course desCriPtion:

this popular program will give you new and practical information on a broad range of topics of specific interest to dental auxiliaries. Brought to you by an outstanding panel of dental educators in a lively multi-topic, multispeaker format, you will receive unbiased, evidence-based information in an engaging and concise format.

dates: Course # 110013 aug. 28, 2010 (Saturday) 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. loCation: University of Florida College of Dentistry Gainesville reGistration fee:

(Breakfast/lunch included)

reCommended for:

at the conclusion of this course, participants will be updated on: · Occlusal Disease ­ Dr. Guidi · Bruxing ­ Dr. Cowie · What's New in Caries Detection ­ Dr. Frazier

*Up to 1 month before course date

Regular Fee Dental assistants Early Bird Fee* Dental assistants

$155 $125

reCommended for:

Clinical and administrative team members.

Continuing Education at UFCD wishes to express its appreciation to Crest OralB, Dentsply, Florida Probe, HuFriedy, Omni, Pharmaceuticals, OraPharma, Patterson Dental, Phillips/Sonicare, Premier, SunStar/Butler, Sullivan-Schein, and Ultradent for unrestricted educational grants, which helped, in part, to make this course possible.

faCulty: Dr. Paul a. Guidi, Dr. Kevin Frazier, Dr. Robert Cowie (Bios on page 8). Ceus: 7 contact hours. lecture

Dates and locations subject to change without notice. Bookmark www.dental.ufl.edu/ce for the latest info, fees, and updates.

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Dental Hygienists

dates: Course # 100009 aug. 29, 2009 (Saturday) Gainesville 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. loCation: University of Florida College of Dentistry reGistration fee:

(Breakfast/lunch included)

5th annual dental Hygiene symposium

Course desCriPtion:

this popular program will give you new and practical information on a broad range of topics of specific interest to dental hygienists. Brought to you by an outstanding panel of dental educators in a lively multi-topic, multi-speaker format, you will receive unbiased, evidence-based information in an engaging and concise format.

Regular Fee Early Bird Fee*

$225 $195

*Up to 1 month before course date

Course oBJeCtives:

at the conclusion, each participant will be updated on: · Perio Diseases & Systemic Health ­ Dr. Luciana Shaddox · Medical Risk Assessment ­ Dr. Matthew Dennis · Making Sense of Oral Hygiene in Healthy and Sick Children and adolescents ­ Dr. Enrique Bimstein

Continuing Education at UFCD wishes to express its appreciation to the Dentsply, Florida Probe, HuFriedy, Oral B/Proctor & Gamble, OraPharma, Patterson Dental, Phillips/Sonicare, Premier, SunStar/ Butler and Henry Schein for unrestricted educational grants, which helped, in part, to make this course possible.

faCulty: University of Florida College of Dentistry Ceus: 7 contact hours. lecture Plan to ComE a DaY EaRlY to attend the license renewal seminar, aug. 28, 2009 (see pg. 9) maRK YoUR CalEnDaR for the 6th annual dental Hygiene symposium, aug. 28, 2010

Bonus: meet and Greet reception included in registration fee!!!

fri., aug. 28, 6-8 p.m.

spring Hill suites by marriott 4155 SW 40th Blvd., Gainesville, Florida 32608 Phone: 1-352-376-8873

dates: Course # 090219 Sept. 19, 2009 (Saturday) St. Pete Course # 110017.01 Jan. 30, 2010 (Saturday) St. Pete Course # 110017.02 oct. 22, 2010 (Friday) Gainesville 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. reGistration fee:

(Breakfast/lunch included)

advanCed skills for the accomplished dental Hygienist: instrumentation & sharpening

limit:

reGister early--limit is 24 participants, and course fills quickly. ***Participants will need to supply specific instruments/materials. the instrument list is available online in the course description and will be mailed with acknowledgment letter.

Course desCriPtion:

this hands-on workshop hones your skills in both manual instrumentation & sharpening. You will learn alternative fulcrums, how to use Gracey curettes in non-conventional areas of the mouth, how to master Hirschfeld and diamond files, and much, much more. You will be taught the SECREtS of proper instrument sharpening and how to practice proper dental ergonomics in the clinical setting, including seating and positioning of the patient and operator, lighting and illumination of the oral cavity.

Course oBJeCtives:

this hands-on workshop will directly impact your patients by teaching you to: · Utilize alternative, newly designed scalers and curettes, including after-five and mini-curettes · Incorporate Hershfeld and diamond files · Master sharpening · Adopt ergonomic techniques to decrease physical fatigue and enhance time efficiency

Continuing Education at UFCD wishes to express its appreciation to HuFriedy and Dentsply who helped, in part, to make this course possible.

Regular Fee Early Bird Fee*

*Up to 1 month before course date

$325 $295

or oral med update (pg. 25) and receive $25 off!

*Register for effective Perio (pg. 30)

faCulty: lorie Primosch, R.D.H., B.S., m.Ed., m.i.l.SC, assistant in Dentistry, Department of Periodontics; Sharon Cooper, R.D.H., B.S., m.S., m.Ed., University of Florida; Robbi Hoskins, R.D.H., B.H.S.E., Santa Fe Community College Ceus: 7 contact hours. Participation

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Dental Hygienists

fundamentals of implant therapy for the dental Hygienist

Course desCriPtion:

Patients today are increasingly aware of dental implants as a replacement for missing teeth. the art and science of implant dentistry has evolved rapidly over the last years. new treatment options that were not readily available in the past can be offered to our patients today. tooth replacement with dental implants present unique challenges for the clinician. Yet, achievement can be most rewarding. the prerequisites for achieving a successful outcome include: · Knowledge of the biology of the implant-prosthesis interface · Careful preoperative treatment planning · Surgical and prosthetic techniques · Prevention of peri-implant infection · Maintenance care the course will discuss diagnosis and treatment planning of different clinical situations where an implant supported construction is a valid alternative. a variety of treatment options will be introduced, especially presented from the dental hygienist's viewpoint.

dates: Course # 100004 Sept. 25, 2009 (Friday) Gainesville 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. reGistration fee:

(Breakfast included)

Course oBJeCtives:

at · · · completion, the participant will be knowledgeable in: Hygiene aspects of dental implant treatment Long time follow up of implant therapy Treatment of peri-implant infections.

Regular Fee RDH Early Bird Fee* RDH

$255 $225

*Up to 1 month before course date

faCulty:

tord lundgren D.D.S., Ph.D., Clinical Professor, Program Director for the Graduate Periodontics Program, Department of Periodontology at UF. theofilos Koutouzis D.D.S., m.S., assistant Professor, Department of Periodontology at UF. Residents, Graduate Periodontics Program at UF

faCulty: tord lundgren D.D.S., Ph.D., theofilos Koutouzis, D.D.S., m.S. Ceus: 6 contact hours. Participation

mission Possible...Best Hygiene ultimate Perio Participation Program

Course desCriPtion:

Work on live Patients! Pat and her highly skilled team will work Hands-on with the hygienists treating Perio patients and teaching advanced scaling and root planing techniques, chemotherapeutic agents, instrument sharpening, ergonomics, loupes and much more. all systems and clinical skills that Pat has worked on over the past 34 years of her hygiene career will be shared! DaY onE · Proper probing techniques, recession, mobility · Evaluation of tissues, calculus, boney defects · Root morphology · Working on typodonts, extracted teeth and each other! · Instrument sharpening · Proper chart documentation of hygiene data and medical histories DaY tWo · Hands-on scaling on live periodontally involved patients · Ultrasonics, right, left and universal · Hand instrumentation · Micro-mini's, After 5's, Everedge, diamonds and more! · Atridox and Arestin placement · Pre- and post-op patient instructions

dates: Course # 090006 october 16-17, 2009 Hialeah Dental Clinic H 7:30 a.m.--5:00 p.m. (Friday and Saturday) reGistration fee:

(Breakfast/lunch included)

Regular Fee Early Bird Fee*

*Up to 1 month before course date

$2,295 $2,265

Course oBJeCtives:

at the conclusion of the program, participants will be updated on the proper probing techniques, tissue evaluation, treatment planning, and systems that will make a hygienist's day go smooth and easy.

Fee includes Basic "Ultimate Perio" HuFriedy instrument Kit ($600 value) faCulty: Pat Worcester, R.D.H., B.S. Ceus: 17 contact hours. Participation live Patient treatment Course

dress:

Friday--business casual; Saturday--clinical attire needed including lab coat, name tag, hair up, etc. if you wear loupes or if you need special gloves, please bring them. *Basic Ultimate Perio HuFriedy Instument Kit included in cost of program. **Optional--Expanded Ultimate Perio HuFriedy Instument Kit will be available for purchase onsite.

faCulty:

Pat Worcester, R.D.H., B.S. Clinical Director, mission Possible ... Best Hygiene

Continuing Dental Education at UFCD wishes to express its appreciation to HuFriedy and Henry Schein for an unrestricted educational grant, which helped in part to make this course possible.

Dates and locations subject to change without notice. Bookmark www.dental.ufl.edu/ce for the latest info, fees, and updates.

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Dental Hygienists

dates: Course # 100010 oct. 24, 2009 (Saturday) Gainesville 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. reGistration fee:

(Breakfast included)

What's in your dental Hygiene treatment room? innovative Products for the dental Hygienist: facing the future today!

Course desCriPtion:

Dental hygiene education is never complete. it is a lifelong learning process that occurs everyday. the dental hygienist is not only a clinician but also must accept the responsibility of becoming a researcher and informed educator for their patients. our patients want and expect to receive optimal dental hygiene care that includes specific product recommendations and treatment with cutting edge products and devices.to provide optimal dental hygiene care to our patients, we must keep up with the rapidly changing body of knowledge that is constantly affected by new technology. this course provides a current review of the latest and greatest technology, products and devices that are aggressively promoted to the dental hygienist. the course format will provide an opportunity for participants to have a hands-on experience with many of the products and devices. · · · · · · · · day-to-day routine and embrace new products and technology that will improve patient treatment outcomes Identify remineralization products that improve the outcome of patient care Review features and benefits of popular prophylaxis products and determine which claims have merit Smell, taste and feel what you are subjecting your patients to during dental hygiene treatment procedures Understand instrumentation technique differences between magnetostrictive and piezoelectric ultrasonic technology Evaluate new hand instruments opportunities beyond the SH6/H7 and S204S Understand the benefits of vision enhancement loupes for improved visual acuity during patient care, decreased clinician eye strain and relief from lower back pain Identify your ideal custom vision enhancement loupe design and magnification level for improved patient care Explore new dental hygiene technology currently transitioning into the 21st century

Regular Fee RDH Early Bird Fee

*Up to 1 month before course date

$225 $195

faCulty: Brenda Sharp mcCarson, R.D.H., B.S. Ceus: 6 contact hours. Participation

Course oBJeCtives:

The speaker's personal objective for participants is: · t o excite and empower participants to step out of the

Continuing Education at UFCD wishes to express its appreciation to Brasseler Dental who helped, in part, to make this course possible.

dates: Course# 100253 Feb. 19, 2010 (Friday) Gainesville 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. reGistration fee:

(Breakfast included)

Periodontology & implant update for the dental Hygienist

Course desCriPtion:

a refresher course on the current concepts in the pathogenesis, diagnosis and management of periodontal diseases. the long term maintenance of the natural teeth and implants will be discussed.

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Regular Fee Hygienists Early Bird Fee* Hygienists

reneWal

feb. 28, 2010

$225 $195

*Up to 1 month before course date

Course oBJeCtives:

this hands-on workshop will directly impact your patients by updating you on: · Periodontal Diseases - Types of diseases and their diagnoses · Current concepts on the pathogenesis of periodontal diseases · Initial Therapy of the Periodontally involved teeth · Plaque-retaining factors and their management · Periodontitis and PeriImplantitis - Similarities and differences · The Dental Hygienist's role in diagnosing recurring disease · Long-term Maintenance of Teeth and Implants

faCulty: ikramuddin aukhil, B.D.S., m.S., Professor & Chairman, Department of Periodontology, University of Florida College of Dentistry. Dr. aukhil is an active member of many professional organizations, has published and presented extensively, and is engaged in private practice limited to Periodontology & implants in the Faculty Practice at the University of Florida College of Dentistry. Ceus: 6 contact hours. lecture

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Dental Hygienists

dental Hygiene spring summit - 2010

Course desCriPtion:

this popular program will give you new and practical information on a broad range of topics of specific interest to dental hygienists. Brought to you by an outstanding panel of dental educators in a lively multi-topic, multispeaker format, you will receive unbiased, evidencebased information in an engaging and concise format.

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dates: Course # 100254 apr. 16, 2010 (Friday) St. Pete 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. loCation: St. Petersburg College, Seminole Campus Course limit: 200 Participants reGistration fee:

(Breakfast/lunch included)

faCulty:

· Barbara Hammaker, R.D.H.: Pharmacologic interventions for periodontal inflammation · Linda Johnson, R.D.H.: The interrelationship among periodontal disease, inflammation and systemic diseases.. this course will explore some of the commmon characteristics and possible links between inflammation, periodontal disease and systemic conditions/diseases. · Christine Patel, R.D.H.: Treat an array of patients in 2010-From pediatrics to geriatrics · Katherine Woods, R.D.H.: Explore Emerging Infectious Diseases and their relationships to oral Health

Regular Fee Hygienists Early Bird Fee* Hygienists

$195 $165

*Up to 1 month before course date

Continuing Education at UFCD wishes to express its appreciation to the American Handpiece Services, Crest OralB, Dentsply, Florida Probe, HuFriedy, Omnii, Pharmaceuticals, Oral B/Proctor & Gamble, OraPharma, Patterson Dental, Phillips/Sonicare, Premier, Sulcabrush, Inc., SunStar/Butler and Henry Schein for unrestricted educational grants, which helped, in part, to make this course possible.

faCulty: Christine Patel, R.D.H., B.S., Barbara Hammaker, R.D.H., B.a.S.D.H., Katherine Woods,

R.D.H., m.P.H., linda Johnson, R.D.H., m.S., B.S.

Ceus: 7 contact hours. lecture

advanced skills for the accomplished dental Hygienist: ultrasonic instrumentation

Course desCriPtion:

a thorough knowledge of the latest uses of the ultrasonic scaler is essential in your practice as a dental hygienist. the use of ultrasonic instrumentation procedures in dentistry is in an exciting period of transition and growth. this hands-on workshop will allow the participant to be able to understand the mode of action of various ultrasonic scalers and describe their various uses in dental hygiene instrumentation. a review of indications and contraindications will be given to the participants, as well as an explanation of the rationale behind ultrasonic instrument selection. · a review of the indications and contraindications regarding the use of ultrasonic scaling devices · a comparing and contrasting of ultrasonic scaling versus hand scaling · a description and explanation of the latest ultrasonic inserts available · a list of methods for self-evaluating the effectiveness of ultrasonic instrumentation

dates: Course # 100270 apr. 17, 2010 (Saturday) St. Pete 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. reGistration fee:

(Breakfast/lunch included)

*Up to 1 month before course date

Regular Fee* Early Bird Fee*

$325 $295

faCulty:

Christine Patel, R.D.H., B.S., graduated from St. Petersburg College in 1984 (aS & aa in Dental Hygiene), then received her B.S. in Public Health Dental Hygiene from the University of north Carolina-Chapel Hill in 1986. She gained private practice experience from1986-1992 before she began teaching as an adjunct faculty at St. Petersburg College 1991-2003. in 2003 Christine became full-time faculty member and continues up to the present time. Currently, she teaches clinic, preclinic, laboratory, Dental Hygiene didactic courses and is working on her graduate degree in adult Education at the University of South Florida.

Package discount: register for both courses on this page and receive $25 off of each. faCulty: Christine Patel, R.D.H., B.S. Ceus: 7 contact hours. Participation

Course oBJeCtives:

it is with intention that this course provides each of the following to its participants: · a detailed explanation of the principles of operation of ultrasonic devices · an explanation of the rationale behind ultrasonic instrument selection

Dates and locations subject to change without notice. Bookmark www.dental.ufl.edu/ce for the latest info, fees, and updates.

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Dental Labs

dates: Course # 100269 reGistration fee: $49 Ceus: 2 reGistration: Register online to complete online courses @ www.dental.ufl.edu/Ce/ Please allow 24-36 hours ­ system requires manual intervention. For more information visit www.fdla.net for downloadable form and links to the Florida Department of Health information. information: Contact the Florida Dental laboratory association in tallahassee at:Florida Dental laboratory association 325 John Knox Road l103 tallahassee, Florida 32303 (850) 224-0711 Phone 850/222-3019 Fax www.fdla.net

online dental lab laws & rules

FLORIDA'S NEw LABORATORy LAwS: KEy POINTS

introducing ­new partnership between Florida Dental lab association (FDla) and UF office of Continuing Dental Education! as a result of this partnership, you will be able to obtain a FDla Discount of $25 off of every registration fee. (Except online courses.) all you have to do is write FDla in the comment box on the online Registration form! the $25 discount will be applied when the registration is processed. in addition, $10 will be donated to FDla!

Continuing education requirement ­ Goes into effect on July 1, 2010

the Florida Board of Dentistry is currently finalizing administrative Rules that provide more detailed information about the continuing education requirement, which is expected to be released later in 2009. the following interpretation is based upon correspondence with FDla and the Florida Board of Dentistry staff in regards to the statutes and the rules. · With a laboratory's February 2012 state registration renewal, they must prove that a person employed by the laboratory at full time status has acquired 18 hour of continuing education. · all of the 18 hours that will be required with the February 2012 registration renewal must have been collected between February 2010 and February 2012. Credits earned before February 2010 will not be counted towards the required 18 hours of continuing education required in February 2012. · the employee must have been employed for one full year at full time status within the previous two years before the registration renewal. For the February 2012 ·

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registration renewal, the employee must have been employed for at least one full year between February 2010 and February 2012. laboratories may not split the required continuing education credit between more than one employee. meaning, a laboratory may not designate two employees to each acquire 9 hours of credit in order to comply. the designated laboratory employee may obtain these continuing education credits at lectures, study clubs, college courses or scientific sessions of conventions and research. However, it is the responsibility of the laboratory to ensure the provider is approved by the Florida Board of Dentistry to provide credits. the types of continuing education required by dental laboratories were designed by the Florida Board of Dentistry to mirror the types of hours required by dentists and dental hygienists: 2 hours of continuing education related to the prevention of medical errors including root-cause analysis, error reduction and prevention, infection control and/or employee safety under oSHa regulations. 1 to 3 hours on the laws and rules that govern dental laboratories and dental technicians in Florida.

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Dental Materials

Preparations, impressions, and Provisionals: materials and techniques to enhance your results

Course desCriPtion:

Did you know that a survey of commercial dental laboratories indicated that over one-half of all problems they see with crowns and bridges are a result of inadequate tooth preparation or inaccurate impressions? Would you be interested in improving these two steps so that one-half of all your crown and bridges problems would be eliminated? When did you last watch someone prepare and impress a tooth? Was it in dental school? Who taught your dental assistant how to effectively assist in four- and six-handed techniques to make it easier to accomplish these difficult techniques and yet get an excellent clinical result? Who taught you how to place retraction cord and control hemorrhage? How did you learn to do temporaries? are the retraction cords, impression materials and trays, and the temporary materials and techniques you used in dental school the same you use now? How do you choose a material and technique from the myriad of choices available? How much do you know about the accuracy of the impression material you use? most of the advertising for impression materials centers on hydrophilicity and the ability to displace fluids to make impression taking easier. How is vinyl, which repels water as like poles of a magnet repel each other, made to be hydrophilic? Can one brand be truly more hydrophilic than another or is that a marketing gimmick? By utilizing exciting new technology the lecture classroom presentation can be transformed into a learning opportunity previously only available to a limited few in a hands-on facility. Video from a digital surgical microscope will give you the opportunity to view procedures as if you were the operator to enhance your clinical skills. learn this necessary information for you and your assistants to consistently produce better, more predictable results immediately.

dates: Course# 090134-002 oct. 16, 2009 (Friday) St. Pete reGistration fee:

(Breakfast/lunch included)

Regular Fee Dentists auxiliaries Early Bird Fee* Dentists auxiliaries

$325 $195 $295 $165

Course oBJeCtives:

· · · · · Understand a methodical preparation technique that will insure proper tooth preparation and reduction, while managing tissues for the impression Understand why attention to preparation is even more important with all ceramics than it was with porcelainfused-to-metal crowns Learn how to place retraction cord and take impressions that will get a predictably excellent result Be able to choose a brand of impression material and tray that will achieve superb marginal accuracy Know how to fabricate an intra-oral temporary restoration that is quick, economical, and will be able to hold the contact and occlusion until the seat appointment

*Up to 1 month before course date

faCulty: Robert R. Cowie, D.D.S., F.a.G.D. Ceus: 7 contact hours. lecture

Continuing Education at UFCD wishes to express its appreciation to Captek, Fox Dental Lab and National Dentex for an unrestricted educational grant, which helped in part, to make this course possible.

aaGfo Presents an evening of service and dental materials

Course desCriPtion:

dental missions, know the drill (1 Ceu) this program will demonstrate the fabrication of equipment needed to provide restorative dentistry while on a dental mission. all of the necessary materials can be purchased at a local hardware or lumber store for a very reasonable cost. You will also learn how to plan and execute a successful trip that is safe and productive for all. Gold foil for the active restorative Practice (1 Ceu) this course shows you how gold foil can be incorporated into an active restorative practice and how by using gold as a primary restorative material, especially in virgin caries cases, longevity and health are delivered to the patient. tal practices and how to obtain the necessary skills to do this type of restorative dentistry.

dates: Course # 100230 october 29, 2009 (thursday) 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. reGistration fee: $50 Ceus: 2 contact hours. Participation

faCulty:

Dan B. Henry, D.D.S., member aDa, FDa (Past President). active member of the american academy of Gold Foil operators. Fellow the academy of operative Dentistry, the american College of Dentists, the international College of Dentists, the Pierre Fauchard academy and the Florida academy of Practice administration. Dr. Henry received the Gold Foil award, Univ of mD School of Dentistry class of 75, Clinician of the year 2009: the american academy of Gold Foil operators, Gamma Pi Delta Honor Prosthetic Society Univ of mD, Humanitarian award 1997 the Florida Dental Health Foundation Dr. Henry published numerous articles on gold foil and dental mission efforts over the years in peer reviewed journals.

Continuing Dental Education at UFCD wishes to express its appreciation to AAGFO (American Academy of Gold Foil Operators) for unrestricted educational grants, which helped to make this course possible.

Course oBJeCtives:

at the completion of this program, the participant will be knowledgeable in the planning and execution of dental mission trips. the participant should also understand the value in incorporating gold foil restorations into their den-

Dates and locations subject to change without notice. Bookmark www.dental.ufl.edu/ce for the latest info, fees, and updates.

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Dental Materials

morninG session

dates: Course # 100193 Feb. 12, 2010 (Friday) St. Pete reGistration fee:

(Breakfast/lunch included)

veneers: Prep, no-Prep, or minimal Prep?

Course desCriPtion:

no prep veneers have been heavily advertised to the general public, and as a consequence most offices are getting the question "do you do them?" many dentists are hesitant to offer the treatment and have questions about the procedure and the materials. Staff members tend to avoid an answer until the dentist makes a clear cut decision either to provide the treatment or not. adding to the dilemma is that the current, leading product is shrouded in secrecy, and their course is expensive to take. While everyone is talking about no prep veneers, nobody has put together a predictable protocol for the diagnosis, design and delivery of exceptional veneers. this fast-paced program not only will introduce you to a porcelain that is "hands-down better" for no prep cases, but also will provide you with a system for evaluating each patient and for selecting the right technique and best materials for every case. if you are a veneer veteran afternoon session or just thinking about your first case, you are guaranteed to benefit from this course.

Regular Fee Dentists auxiliaries Early Bird Fee* Dentists auxiliaries

Course oBJeCtives:

· learn a predictable protocol for the diagnosis, preparation and delivery of every veneer case. · See how study models, diagnostic wax-ups and esthetic try-ins are critical to predictability and long-term success · Understand the 3 different lab techniques for fabricating veneers and the significant advantages and disadvantages of each. · Gain insights into how to discuss veneers and treatment considerations with patients who come to your office looking for a new, no prep smile. · Update your knowledge regarding the latest bonding cements and recommended techniques for seating · Be exposed to the reasons why a nightguard should be part of the treatment plan for every veneer case.

$295 $195 $265 $165

*Up to 1 month before course date

faCulty:

Dr. Cowie, a 1976 graduate of northwestern University Dental School, practices in Jacksonville, Florida. He is a member of the aDa, american Equilibration Society, american and Florida academies of Dental Practice administration, Pierre Fauchard academy, and toastmaster's international, as well as a Fellow in the aGD and american College of Dentists. He has completed over 2400 hours of continuing education, including the continuums at the Dawson Center for advanced Dental Studies, the Pankey institute, and the Society for occlusal Studies. He was featured in Dentistry Today for the fifth straight year as one of the leading educators in dentistry. He has presented over 170 lectures nationally and internationally on restorative procedures, materials, occlusion, and communication skills, and has published articles in Dentistry Today, Journal of Dental Technology, the Ontario Dental Journal, Contemporary Dental Assisting, and Oral Health. Ceus: 7 contact hours. lecture

How do you select the Best material for your Patient's Crowns and Bridges?

Course desCriPtion:

Confused with the seeming endless introduction of new crown and bridge materials? Unsure of what to use on your patients and why? What information is appropriate to give to the patient when discussing their choice of materials? Hesitant to give up the porcelain fused to metal crown because it has worked so successfully for dentists for the last 40 years? Unwilling to change the standard preparation design for PFm's that you have been using for years? Despite all the hype in all ceramic restorations, the fact is that porcelain fused to metal crowns remains the workhorse in the majority of dental offices in the United States. in fact, commercial laboratories consistently report that about 80 percent of the single unit crowns made are porcelain fused to metal. What metals are available and are some better than others? What ceramic materials are available and are some better than others? What fabrication techniques are available for these materials and do some produce better results than others? this presentation is a must for those who are considering using some of these new materials, as well as those who are using them and want to learn more about them. Research will be cited, and clinical cases reviewed. take advantage of this unique opportunity to learn more about these new materials in an era where restoration selection has become increasingly complex.

Course oBJeCtives:

· · · · · · · · Review of the advantages and disadvantages of the materials that are available Discussion of the various fabrication techniques that are now used in crown and bridge including CaD/Cam and ceramic pressing Factors you should consider when selecting an appropriate material for each clinical situation How preparation design should limit your choice of materials Developing your own philosophy on material selection Understanding how materials are promoted to our profession now and what to be on the lookout for Using your laboratory as a resource when selecting a material What your patient should be asked before starting and then what they should be told about the materials used

Continuing Education at UFCD wishes to express its appreciation to Captek, Fox Dental Lab and Ivoclar for an unrestricted educational grant, which helped in part, to make this course possible.

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Endodontics

rotary endodontics: your Pathway to faster and more Predictable results

Course desCriPtion:

Effective endodontic treatment removes pulpal remnants, bacteria and debris from the canal system both mechanically and chemically (through irrigation). instrumentation to the correct length (Working length) and apical preparation to the correct size (Working Width) is critical for obtaining the best possible canal cleanliness. Excessive dentin removal--especially in the coronal third where masticatory stresses are greatest--must be avoided. to ensure longterm success, effective obturation and restoration is essential to prevent recontamination of the canal. lecture synopsis: the main objective is to discuss the requirements for achieving predictable outcomes and show how this can be done quickly and efficiently. Popular endodontic myths are exposed. there will be a review of canal anatomy (including the unseen 3rd dimension) and techniques given to avoid ledges, zips, perforations, blockages, canal straightening and over and under-preparations. Research involving a new obturation material will also be discussed. Hands-on session: Participants will be given step-by-step instructions by an experienced clinician on how to use the lightSpeed "lSx instrumentation and SimpliFill" obturation systems. there will be time to practice instrumenting and obturating both simulated canals and extracted teeth. after completing the practice exercise, canal cross-sections will be made to evaluate the effectiveness of treatment.

dates: Course # 100023 aug. 7, 2009 (Friday) St. Pete Course # 110020 aug. 13, 2010 (Friday) St. Pete 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. reGistration fee:

(Breakfast included)

Course oBJeCtives:

Upon completion of this course, participants will understand · StraightLine Access: What it means and how it's done · Cleaning, shaping and filling in three-dimensions · Cleaning, shaping and filling in approximately seven minutes per canal · Approaching more difficult cases with confidence (and knowing when to refer) · Achieving predictable endodontic results · One appointment endodontics · A new obturation material: how it's used

Continuing Education at UFCD wishes to express its appreciation to Discus Dental for unrestricted educational grants, which helped, in part, to make this course possible.

Regular Fee Dentists Early Bird Fee* Dentists

$255 $225

*Up to 1 month before course date

faCulty: Randall Hedrick, D.D.S., Diplomate, american Board of Endodontics Ceus: 7 contact hours. lecture/Participation

let endo Be your Practice's economic stimulus Package

Course desCriPtion:

the delivery of quality and predictable endodontic treatment is becoming a reality for the contemporary dental practitioner. the technological explosion and enhanced biological understanding have supported a totally new approach to treatment and retention of teeth. this program addresses the significant advances that have enabled this achievement along with anticipated directions for future treatment modalities. Participants will have the opportunity to experience some of the latest endodontic techniques and materials through a hands-on workshop. *Participants will need to supply specific instruments/ materials. the instrument list is available online in the course description and will be mailed with acknowledgment letter. **Participants need to bring several (6) accessed teeth to the workshop (access preparations must be made prior to the course). · Understand the different approaches for treating endodontic problems · Understand why endodontic failures happen and know keys to improving endodontic success · Recognize problems in accessing preparations that affect therapy · Understand the relationship between endodontics and a clean root canal system · Understand the use of sodium hypochlorite chlorhexidine, biopure, and antibiotic pastes in improving endodontic success · Understand the rationale for one- and two-visit endodontics · Understand the limitation of rotary instrumentation · Have a thorough knowledge of the newest obturation systems · Understand the role of calcium hydroxide in endodontic infections · Have a thorough knowledge of endodontic emergency care

Continuing Education at UFCD wishes to express its appreciation to Dentsply, Tulsa Dental for unrestricted educational grants, which helped, in part, to make this course possible.

dates: Course # 090136 nov. 6, 2009 (Friday) Gainesville Course # 100171 apr. 23, 2010 (Friday) Gainesville 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. reGistration fee:

(Breakfast/lunch included)

Regular Fee Dentists auxiliaries Early Bird Fee* Dentists auxiliaries

$595 $295 $565 $265

*Up to 1 month before course date

Course oBJeCtives:

at conclusion, the participant will be able to: · Understand the biological basis for treatment and how this affects success

faCulty: Frank Vertucci, D.m.D., Professor, Chairman, and Director of Postgraduate Endodontics at the University of Florida and James Haddix, D.m.D., associate Professor and Director of Predoctoral Endodontics and the Comprehensive Dentistry Program at the University of Florida. Ceus: 7 contact hours. Participation

Dates and locations subject to change without notice. Bookmark www.dental.ufl.edu/ce for the latest info, fees, and updates.

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Esthetics / Implants

dates: Course # 110nfP may 21, 2010 (Friday) 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. loCation: University of Florida College of Dentistry Gainesville reGistration fee:

(lunch included)

free

esthetic soft tissue augmentation

Course desCriPtion:

this outstanding evidence based program offered FREE by the University of Florida is a unique opportunity for the Specialist and General Dentist to see specific casework in soft tissue augmentation.

faCulty:

Dr. lewis Cummings received his dental degree from the University of texas Health Science Center at San antonio and a masters Degree in oral Biology with a certificate in Periodontics from the University of nebraska medical Center. Dr. Cummings lectures nationally on tissue engineering and also serves on the faculty at the Center of advanced Dental Education where he trains individuals from all over the world on soft tissue application and techniques.

Continuing Dental Education at UFCD wishes to express its appreciation to BioHorizons, for unrestricted educational grants, which helped to make this course possible

FREE faCulty: Dr. lewis Cummings Ceus: 7 contact hours. free

Course oBJeCtives:

at the completion of the course, participants will be updated on: · Soft tissue grafting background · applications and techniques for soft tissue grafting · Contraindications for performing soft tissue grafting

dates: Course #090009 Hialeah Dental Clinic H Session i: aug. 21-22, 2009 Session ii: Sept. 25-26, 2009 Session iii: oct. 9-10, 2009 all Sessions (Friday - Saturday) 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. reGistration fee: $4000 Dentists

(Breakfast/lunch included)

surgical implant Placement for the General dentist

Course desCriPtion:

this course is designed to teach the general dentist how to place and restore dental implants. a unique feature of this course is an actual patient experience, so that each dentist gets the opportunity to place implants ­ not in plastic, but in bone. at the end of the course, participants should have the ability to correctly treatment plan, place, and restore dental implants in areas of abundant bone. session iii: this weekend is restorative in focus, but will also include surgical opportunities for an additional four dentists. implant crowns and overdentures will be discussed in detail.

faCulty:

Dr. michael mcCracken serves as an associate Professor in the Department of Prosthodontics at the University of alabama School of Dentistry. He received his dental degree from the University of north Carolina, completed a prosthodontic residency at UaB and received a Ph.D. in biomedical engineering for research related to growth factors and healing of implants in compromised hosts. Dr. mcCracken lectures nationally and internationally on topics relating to implant dentistry and the restoration of complex dental patients. He attended the misch implant institute for surgical training; as such, he is familiar with both surgical and prosthodontic aspects of implant dentistry. He maintains a surgical training program at UaB for the prosthodontic residents and runs several continuing education courses on this topic throughout the year. Currently, Dr. mcCracken serves as the associate Dean for Education and Curriculum Development at UaB. He maintains an active private practice within the school.

Continuing Education at UFCD wishes to express its appreciation to BioHorizons for unrestricted educational grants, which helped, in part, to make this course possible.

Course oBJeCtives:

at the completion of this series, the participant will be knowledgeable in treatment planning, radiographic analysis, patient selection, medical considerations, surgical techniques, and patient case presentations for the placement and restoration of dental implants. session i: this session focuses on the didactic knowledge needed for implant surgery. topics include treatment planning, radiographic analysis, patient selection, medical considerations, surgical techniques, and patient case presentations. Hands-on activities include suture exercises and placement of implants in artificial jaws. a live patient demonstration will be done. session ii: this session is primarily surgical. Course participants will be encouraged to bring a patient to the course for a mentored surgical experience. Up to eight practitioners can place implants this weekend. Didactic lectures include esthetics and minor bone grafting.

Course limit: 10 Participants Ceus: 42 contact hours. lecture/Participation live Patient treatment Course

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Implants

Periodontal maintenance of dental implants

Course desCriPtion:

this program will define the components of an implant system, review an assortment of implant systems and explore some of the most accepted methods of patient and professional maintenance. the increase in dental implant therapy has been exponential in the last twenty years however our knowledge on how to maintain the health of the fixtures has not kept pace. · State-of-the-art monitoring techniques to help ensure maintenance of health of the dental implant.

dates: Course # 100271 Jan. 22, 2010 (Friday) Gainesville 9 a.m. - noon reGistration fee: Regular Fee $125 Early Bird Fee* $95 faCulty: Gregory E. oxford, D.D.S., m.S., Ph.D. Ceus: 3 contact hours. lecture/Participation

reCommended for:

Dentists, hygienists, office staff

*Up to 1 month before course date

faCulty:

Dr. Gregory E. oxford received his dental degree from Emory University, completed his surgical residency in maryland, received his masters and Board Certification in 1994, completed a Ph.D. in molecular Biology from the University of Florida College of medicine. Dr. oxford maintains a private practice in St. augustine, Fl and continues as a courtesy faculty as a Professor at the University of Florida College of Dentistry.

Course oBJeCtives:

at the completion of the course, participants will be updated on: · Recommendations of oral hygiene measures will be given. · Parameters of health between natural teeth and implant fixtures

immediate functional loading of dental implants ­ Prerequisites for success

Course Content:

· immediate loading concept · Requirements for success · literature review on immediate functional loading · animal studies and bone response on loading forces · Clinical applications on immediate loading · immediate loading in poor bone qualities · immediate loading with simultaneous augmentations · immediate implants and immediate loading Periodontics from the University of Berlin in 1990. His credentials also include completion of post graduate specialty programs in Periodontics, Prosthodontics and oral Surgery. He is a Diplomate of oral implantology. in 2003, Dr. Romanos earned a Ph.D. in the immediate loading of oral implants. He was a Clinical Professor of implant Dentistry at new York University and is currently the Director of the laser Dentistry Unit and a Professor of Periodontology and General Dentistry at the University of Rochester School of medicine and Dentistry. Dr. Romanos is an Editorial Board member of several professional journals. He has authored over 100 scientific publications in various peer reviewed journals and also lectures worldwide.

Continuing Education at UFCD wishes to express its appreciation to Dentply Tulsa Dental Specialties for unrestricted educational grants, which helped, in part, to make this course possible.

dates: Course # 100272 may 1, 2010 (Saturday) Gainesville 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. reGistration fee:

(Breakfast/lunch included)

Regular Fee

$195

sPeCial offer: Specialists -- register 5 or more participants (including yourself) for a half-price fee of $100 each! Just list your guests in the "Comments" box on the online registration form. faCulty: Dr. George Romanos Ceus: 8 contact hours. Participation

WHo sHould attend:

oral Surgeons, Periodontists, and Referring GP's

faCulty:

Dr. George Romanos received his D.D.S. from athens University in 1987and his D.m.D. in

Dates and locations subject to change without notice. Bookmark www.dental.ufl.edu/ce for the latest info, fees, and updates.

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Nitrous Oxide / Occlusion

dates: Course # 100006-003 oct. 23-24, 2009 (Fri-Sat) Gainesville Course # 110011.01 Jan. 8-9, 2010 (Fri-Sat) Gainesville Course # 110011.02 mar. 12-13, 2010 (Fri-Sat) St. Pete Course # 110011.03 nov. 5-6, 2010 (Fri-Sat) St. Pete 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Friday; 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Saturday Course limit: 25 participants reGistration fee:

(Breakfast on Sat.)

nitrous oxide

nitrous oxide Psychosedation: Certification Course

This course is also approved for certification and training for dental auxiliaries in Florida, as per Florida Board of Dentistry Rule 64B5-14.004; Dental Assistants and Dental Hygienists may monitor nitrous-oxide inhalation analgesia under the direct supervision of a permitted dentist under the following conditions:1) Satisfactory completion of no less than a two-day course of training as described in the American Dental Association's "Guidelines for Teaching and Comprehensive Control of Pain and Anxiety in Dentistry" or its equivalent, and 2) Maintenance of competency in cardiopulmonary resuscitation. (Also approved in Georgia).

course; therefore, advanced registration is required. a preand post-test will be given for certification. Registration fee includes one copy of the "Handbook of nitrous oxide and oxygen Sedation" by morris Clark and ann Burnick.

Course oBJeCtives:

Course desCriPtion:

nitrous oxide-oxygen sedation properly administered to the conscious child or adult provides an important adjunctive aid to the management of the apprehensive patient. this course is designed to prepare the general dentist and auxiliary to use nitrous oxide psychosedation confidently in the office environment. the didactic and clinical instruction will give the participant a step-by-step procedural approach for the control of anxiety in the conscious patient. the structure of the program will follow the guidelines for an approved office inhalation analgesia course as required by both Florida and Georgia Boards of Dentistry. to meet american Dental association guidelines, 12 hours of this course will consist of a review of the instructional material, in a home-study format, which will be mailed to each participant prior to the

oCClusion

Regular Fee Dentists auxiliaries Early Bird Fee* Dentists auxiliaries

$625 $425 $595 $395

*Up to 1 month before course date

faCulty: Franci Stavropoulos, D.D.S., associate Professor, Department of oral & maxillofacial Surgery and Diagnostic Services. Ceus: 20 contact hours. Participation dates: Course # 100010 oct. 9, 2009 (Friday) Gainesville Course # 110021 Sept. 10, 2010 (Friday) Gainesville 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. reGistration fee:

(Breakfast included)

at the completion of this course the participant should: · Know the history and characteristics of Nitrous Oxide Sedation · Know the basic respiratory physiology, including the uptake and distribution of gases · Know the states of anesthesia and phases of State i anesthesia · Know the pharmacology and physiology of nitrous oxide · Know the indications, contraindications, and complications of inhalation analgesia · Know the characteristics of the Nitrous Oxide/ oxygen delivery systems · Know a clinical protocol for the use of nitrous oxide/oxygen Sedation *due to concern for your health and welfare, pregnant women cannot participate in the clinical portion of this course, and therefore may not receive certification.

Continuing Education at UFCD wishes to express its appreciation to Porter Instruments for unrestricted educational grants, which helped, in part, to make this course possible.

Concepts of occlusion...as they relate to everyday dentistry

Course desCriPtion:

With the increasing application of all-ceramic and implantsupported restorations, occlusion has, once again, taken on an added level of importance. Unfortunately, there seems to be more and more confusion and controversy regarding this subject. We will address the major topics of occlusion as they relate to everyday dentistry. this information should help develop treatment plans that not only keep your patients comfortable, but also improve survivability of your restorations. the morning session will review joint anatomy and pathology and its effect on restorative dentistry. next, we will cover pros and cons of the major theories of occlusion and discuss the etiologies of wear. We will also discuss differing condylar positions relative to contacting teeth. Finally, we will discuss vertical dimension, anterior tooth position and guidance. the afternoon will focus on the examination process, developing a tentative treatment plan on diagnostic models, then transferring this information into precise provisional restorations. Case finalization will be discussed covering topics such as full-arch impressions and how to communicate all aspects of the corrected provisionals to your technician, so that the final restorations will be an exact duplicate of the correct and accepted provisional restorations.

Course oBJeCtives:

· Gain full understanding of the healthy temporomandibular joint and how to plan treatment when joint pathology exists · Better understand centric relation · Learn the five major theories of occlusion to determine which one may be better for your restorative patients · Canine guidance or group function ... which one is correct? · Review etiologies of major forms of tooth breakdown and wear · Learn to predictably alter vertical dimension of occlusion · Re-familiarize yourself with the examination process and fully understand what each piece of information represents in planning rehabilitative dentistry · Gain accurate diagnostic records along with simple, reliable, and repeatable methods of recording centric relation · Quickly produce diagnostic wax-ups that fulfill the requirements of a stable occlusion · Find out if your appliance therapy decision matches the problem · Learn what provisional material works best in different clinical situations · learn to fabricate provisionals exactly duplicating your wax-up · Tips on full-arch impressions · How to check your technician for accuracy, then seat and adjust the final case

Regular Fee Dentists auxiliaries Early Bird Fee* Dentists auxiliaries

$325 $225 $295 $195

*Up to 1 month before course date

faCulty: Paul a. Guidi, D.m.D. Ceus: 7 contact hours. Participation

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Oral Medicine

oral oncology / oral medicine Clerkship

format:

this clerkship is designed as a one-week participation course centered around the activities of the oral medicine and oral oncology Clinics at the University of Florida Health Center. activities include observation in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with various benign entities of the oral cavity, as well as cancer and aiDS. other available activities include hospital rounds and attendance at special Health Center Conferences. an audio-visual library containing a large volume of materials related to oral oncology -- diagnosis -- medicine and therapeutics will be available to the participant for self-paced study. the instructors will attempt to tailor the clerkship to meet the individual participant's interests or needs. if desired, four hours of HiV/aiDS instruction may be completed during this week. · · Oral oncology Diagnosis and therapeutics

dates: Course # 100256 Week-long program to be custom scheduled by participant and faculty loCation: University of Florida College of Dentistry Gainesville reGistration fee: $1,975 Dentists faCulty: the primary instructors will be Pamela l. Sandow, D.m.D and Joseph Katz, D.m.D., Dept. of oral & maxillofacial Surgery and oral Diagnostic Sciences. Ceus: 40 contact hours. Participation ContaCt: Please contact milan Savic, Customer Service Specialist, toll-free, 1-888-550-4590 to custom-schedule your course.

time:

the course will begin at 8:00 a.m. on monday of each week and end at 5:00 p.m. on Friday. Check-in and orientation will occur in the Department of oral & maxillofacial Surgery and oral Diagnostic Sciences, Room D8-6 of the College of Dentistry. the course is offered on a year-round basis approximately 45 weeks a year. one dentist is accepted for each week on a first come basis.

instruCtion:

instruction will be provided by the faculty in the oral oncology Clinic and through autotutorial materials in the Clinic audiovisual library. Participants will accompany faculty in patient diagnosis and treatment sessions and many attend Health Center conferences and rounds as well as observe other Health Center diagnosis and treatment facilities.

Course oBJeCtives:

at completion, the participant will be updated on: · Diagnosis & treatment of patients with oral pathologies

oral medicine update: a team approach

Course desCriPtion:

medical problems are ever increasing in our dental patients as are the complications from dental treatment and lawsuits. Ensure your patients' health and safety! Practical guidance helps you determine the severity and stability of common medical disorders in the dental office, so you'll always know how to proceed to provide the best possible care and avoid complications. Concise, clinically focused coverage details the basic disease process for each condition, along with the incidence and prevalence, pathophysiology, signs and symptoms, laboratory findings, currently accepted medical therapies, and recommendations for specific dental management. ample time will be allotted for Q and a. · New developments in dental management of the patient with cardiovascular disease · Bacterial Endocarditis Prophylaxis, elaborating on the latest american Heart association guidelines to help prevent endocarditis · Management of oral conditions that dentists see quite often including: candidiasis, aphthous, stomatitis, herpes, lichen planus, xerostomia · New initiatives for the detection and prevention of oral cancer

dates: Course # 100257 Jan. 29, 2010 (Friday) St. Pete 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. reGistration fee:

(Breakfast)

Regular Fee Dentists auxiliaries Early Bird Fee* Dentists auxiliaries

$295 $195 $265 $165

faCulty:

nelson l, Rhodus, D.m.D., m.P .H., is a Distinguished Professor and Director of the Division of oral medicine, oral Diagnosis and Radiology in the Department of Diagnostic and Surgical Sciences in the University of minnesota School of Dentistry. He is a Diplomate of the american Board of oral medicine, and Director of the oral medicine and xerostomia Clinics. He is an attending member of the Hospital Staff of Fairview-University medical Center and the minnesota Cancer Center, a consultant to the Veteran's Hospital and Hennepin Co. medical Center, and a co-author of new Dental management of the medically Compromised Patient, 7th Edition.

*Up to 1 month before course date *register for instrumentation

& sharpening (pg. 14) and receive $25 off! faCulty: nelson l, Rhodus, D.m.D., m.P.H. Ceus: 7 contact hours. lecture

WHo sHould attend:

Entire Dental team!

Course oBJeCtives:

at the conclusion of this program, participants will have gained new knowledge in: · "Practical tips" for faster and easier detection and management of medical conditions by dental professionals

Dates and locations subject to change without notice. Bookmark www.dental.ufl.edu/ce for the latest info, fees, and updates.

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Patient Management

dates: Course # 100022 oct. 23, 2009 (Friday) Gainesville 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. reGistration fee:

(Breakfast included)

Competently treating the special needs Patient: you Can do it

Course desCriPtion:

many people who seek dental care have disabling conditions. this course is intended to assist the members of the dental team in understanding these disabling illnesses and injuries, and what impact these may or may not have on oral health and the delivery of appropriate and necessary dental care. topics covered include diagnostic and clinical information and aids, and reimbursement systems available to the patients.

faCulty:

timothy Garvey is a 1980 graduate of the University of Florida College of Dentistry and a general practice residency at St. lukes' memorial Hospital in Utica, n.Y. His private practice experience was in Seminole, Florida, and he has been a full-time faculty member at the University of Florida College of Dentistry since 1989. He is the Dental Director at tacachale Community in Gainesville, a 470-person facility for persons with developmental disabilities. He is on staff at the Shands Hospitals in Gainesville, Florida, is a board member of the alachua County association for Retarded Citizens, and is a 2005 recipient of the Distinguished alumni award from the academy of alumni and Friends.

Regular Fee Dentists ........... $295 auxiliaries......... $195 Early Bird Fee* Dentists ........... $265 auxiliaries ......... $165 faCulty: Dr. timothy Garvey Ceus: 7 contact hours. lecture/Participation

*Up to 1 month before course date

Course oBJeCtives:

at completion, the participant will have the necessary knowledge to competently and confidently treat persons with disabilities.

dates: Course # 100008 Dec. 11, 2009 (Friday) Gainesville 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. reGistration fee:

(Breakfast/lunch included)

safe management of the High risk Geriatric Patient

Course desCriPtion:

life expectancy in 1900 was 49 years, while a child born today can expect to live until age 77. as a result of longer life spans, more geriatric patients are seeking dental care. they often present with multiple medical problems that complicate treatment. Given the number of baby boomers rapidly approaching their geriatric years, successful management of medically compromised patients will be increasingly important in the future. · Hypertension · Heart disease (coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, arrhythmias, endocarditis) · Pacemakers, implanted defibrillators, cardiac stents · Bleeding problems (medication induced, liver disease) · Long term corticosteroid use · Stroke, TIAs · Dementia (Alzheimer's disease, others) · Polypharmacy · Detecting oral cancer

*Up to 1 month before course date

Regular Fee Dentists auxiliaries Early Bird Fee* Dentists auxiliaries

$295 $195 $265 $165

faCulty: Dr. John thomas Ceus: 8 contact hours. lecture/Participation

Course oBJeCtives:

in order to avoid excluding older patients from dental practices, an understanding of the causes, natural history and management of geriatric conditions is necessary. this program will utilize didactic materials, class participation and case presentations to discuss dental management of the following:

faCulty:

John E. thomas, D.D.S., m.S., is a fulltime clinician at the Gainesville Va medical Center and a Clinical associate Professor at the University of Florida College of Dentistry. His post-doctoral training includes a residency in oral Pathology and a fellowship in Geriatric Dentistry.

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Patient Management

Clinical Photography for the dental Professional

Course desCriPtion:

Digital Clinical Photography is a useful adjunct for the dental office. With the increase of visible esthetic dentistry, more dental practitioners now want to show their dentistry to their patients, potential patients and colleagues. oral photography is an excellent avenue for practice building, recording treatment, and legal protection. the course is specifically designed to give the dentist and auxiliary staff the primary applications of photography useful in a private practice. the participants will have an opportunity to practice these techniques by completing a series of extraoral and intraoral patient photographs and interacting with each other as a team. · Be familiar with a 35 mm intraoral camera, components and accessories · Know how to properly compose and expose standard extraoral and intraoral photographs · Recognize and be able to rectify common errors in clinical photography · Be aware of the numerous applications of photography in the dental office · Complete a set of extraoral and intraoral photographs on a clinical subject

dates: Course # 100194 Jan. 29-30, 2010 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. (Friday) 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. (Saturday) reGistration fee:

(Breakfast included)

Regular Fee Dentists auxiliaries Early Bird Fee* Dentists auxiliaries

$425 $295 $395 $265

faCulty:

mark S. Coican, D.m.D., m.S. Dr. Coican received his D.m.D. from the University of Florida in 1981 and was in private general dental practice before returning to graduate school. He completed the graduate program in orthodontics at the University of Detroit in 1984. Dr. Coican is in the private practice of orthodontics in Palm Bay, Florida and a Diplomate of the american Board of orthodontics.

*Up to 1 month before course date

faCulty: mark S. Coican, D.m.D., m.S. Ceus: 12 contact hours. Participation

Course oBJeCtives:

at the conclusion of this course, participants will: · Know basic photographic terminology

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Pediatric Dentistry

dates: Course # 100258 ten days are required to complete the requirements. Scheduled dates of attendance are custom scheduled and flexible, but course must be completed within six months of starting date. 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. loCation: Pediatric Dental Residency Clinic, Room #D1-40 and affiliated clinics. Gainesville CertifiCation: a certificate of completion is awarded upon completion of this course and specifies the type, the number of hours, and the length of training. reGistration fee: $3,950 faCulty: Daniela Rodrigues Silva, D.D.S., m.S. Ceus: 80 contact hours. lecture/participation. ContaCt: Please contact milan Savic Customer Service Specialist, toll-free, 1-888-550-4590 for more information to custom-schedule your course.

Pediatric dentistry mini-residency

Course desCriPtion:

the purpose of a mini-residency is to provide a flexible continuing education vehicle for dental practitioners interested in obtaining advanced knowledge and skills prerequisite to delivering proficient dental care to young children. the general goal is to expand the number and improve the quality of pediatric dental services rendered in a private practice or public health clinic setting. training in a miniresidency will enhance one's qualifications when applying: 1) for hospital staff and operating room privileges, 2) for advanced specialty education programs in pediatric dentistry, and/or 3) for a pediatric conscious sedation permit. the mini-residency is designed to provide hands-on clinical learning experiences with one-on-one instruction and supervision of challenging cases rendered in various environments using a spectrum of modalities. anesthetic agent suitable for the child patient and various techniques of pain control · Understand the various restorative options for carious, traumatized, and pulpally-involved primary and young permanent teeth · Understand how to manage emergency dental treatment of children · Recognize the problems of arch length discrepancy and various options for treatment

faCulty:

Dr. Daniela Rodrigues Silva earned her D.D.S. degree at the Federal University of Goiás, Brazil in 1986. She completed her first residency in Pediatric Dentistry at the University of São Paulo, Brazil in 1989, and later on completed her master Degree in Pediatric Dentistry at the University of michigan in 2002. She became Board Eligible in Pediatric Dentistry in the United States in 2003. Dr. Silva was in private practice in Goiânia, Brazil for over 15 years and had a part-time faculty position in the Department of Pediatric Dentistry at the School of Dentistry of anápolis, Goiás, Brazil from 1990-2000. Dr. Silva was also the President of the academy of Pediatric Dentistry of Goiás from 1998-2000. in march 2003, Dr. Silva joined the Department of Pediatric Dentistry at the University of Detroit mercy School of Dentistry as an assistant Professor, and in September 2004 she joined the Department of Pediatric Dentistry at the University of Florida College of Dentistry.

Course oBJeCtives:

· Discuss the components of the health history and physical and behavioral assessment of a child · Evaluate the patient's need for behavior modification using various nonpharmacologic and pharmacologic modalities · Discuss the sequence of procedures used in the practice of hospital dental care and provide appropriate comprehensive care in an operating room environment · Describe the rationalization for choosing a local

dates: Course # 100015 oct. 30, 2009 (Friday) 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. loCation: University of Florida College of Dentistry Gainesville reGistration fee:

(Breakfast included)

making sense of oral Hygiene in Healthy and sick Children and adolescents

Course desCriPtion:

this course will describe the relevance of prevention classification and treatment of periodontal and gingival diseases in children. Dentists must consider the possibility of encountering all types of oral diseases that may affect the systemic and mental development of children and adolescents, including gingival and periodontal diseases. this seminar provides a comprehensive review on several aspects of gingival and periodontal diseases in children and adolescents such as: their relevance, diagnosis and treatment, the sequential appearance of these diseases at various ages in the same individual, recognition of individuals, families, and populations at risk, conservative approach to gingival recession, and the intimate connection between the systemic condition and the gingival and periodontal tissues. these subjects will be covered with a review of the literature and multiple clinical examples. influence of growth and development on the gingival and periodontal tissues.

Course oBJeCtives:

While taking into consideration the growth and development changes that take place in childhood and adolescence, participants in this seminar will be able to: · Understand the significance of gingival and periodontal diseases in children and adolescents, and the concept of "preventive periodontics" · Diagnose and treat gingival and periodontal diseases in children and adolescents, independently or with the cooperation of a specialist in periodontal diseases · Identify individuals, families, and populations at risk for these diseases · Diagnose and treat gingival recession in children and adolescents · Understand the intimate relationship between the systemic, gingival, and periodontal conditions

Regular Fee Dentists auxiliaries Early Bird Fee* Dentists auxiliaries

$325 $195 $295 $165

*Up to 1 month before course date

faCulty: Enrique Bimstein, C.D. Ceus: 7 contact hours. lecture

General Goal:

to be able to diagnose and treat gingival and periodontal diseases in children and adolescents, while considering the

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Pediatric Dentistry

P e d i a t r i C d e n t i s t r y (Continued) ...making sense of oral Hygiene in Healthy and sick Children and adolescents

WHo sHould attend:

this course is geared toward dentists, clinical, & office staff with an interest in pediatric dentistry.

faCulty:

Enrique Bimstein, C. D. (Cirujano Dentista), Professor in Pediatric Dentistry UFCD Department of Pediatric Dentistry. Enrique Bimstein was born in méxico, earned his C. D. degree in the Universidad nacional autonoma de méxico, his specialty degree in the Hadassah School of Dental medicine, and was a Professor in Pediatric Dentistry

in the Hadassah School of Dental medicine ­ Faculty of Dentistry, Hebrew University of Jerusalem until 2002. He was chairman of the israeli Society of Dentistry for Children, and the Examiners and Scientific committees for the specialty of Pediatric Dentistry in israel. He has contributed over 100 articles to scientific journals, authored a chapter for Pediatric Clinics of north america, and is the first editor of the book "Periodontal and Gingival Health and Diseases: Children, adolescents and Young adults" published by martin Dunitz ltd., london (2001), and is author or co-author of 5 chapters in the same book.

evidence-Based Pediatric dentistry: Practical approaches to Providing Quality Patient Care

Course desCriPtion:

this course will review basic principles in the effective and efficient treatment of pediatric dental patients. it will concentrate on diagnosis and treatment planning of complex cases using conventional treatment modalities. Special emphasis will be placed on the treatment of primary teeth exposed to traumatic injuries, advanced dental caries requiring pulp therapy, full-coverage restorations, extractions, prosthetic replacement, and space maintenance. Participants will learn to perform an infant oral exam, differentiate oral lesions/infections and dental anomalies, identify childhood caries risk factors, and apply effective preventive strategies to reduce the incidence of oral disease in childhood. · Define the issues associated with the proper agent selection, dosage, and routes for topical and local anesthesia and systemic analgesics · Recognize and deliver successful pharmacological techniques for managing behavior including nitrous oxide-oxygen inhalation and minimal conscious sedation · Describe contemporary approaches to functional restoration of primary dentition including pulp therapy, restorative and prosthetic treatment, and space maintenance with special emphasis on management of carious and traumatized primary incisors pulp therapy, restorative and prosthetic treatment, and space maintenance with special emphasis on the management of carious and traumatized primary incisors.

dates: Course # 100259 Feb. 5, 2010 (Friday) 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. loCation: University of Florida College of Dentistry Gainesville reGistration fee:

(Breakfast included)

Regular Fee Dentists auxiliaries Early Bird Fee* Dentists auxiliaries

$295 $195 $265 $165

*Up to 1 month before course date

Course oBJeCtives:

Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to: · Perform an infant oral exam · Differentiate common oral lesions/infections and anomalies in young children · Identify early childhood caries risk factors · Understand precautions with common special needs children · Contrast current agents, vehicles, frequency of use and dosage schedules for in-office and at-home fluoride therapy regimens · Explain the various approaches to tooth/patient selection criteria, application technique variations and outcomes assessment of sealants · Debate the issue of parental presence in the dental operatory · Identify and apply non-pharmacologic behavior management techniques

faCulty:

Robert E. Primosch, D.D.S., m.S., m.Ed., is a professor of Pediatric Dentistry at the University of Florida. He earned his D.D.S. at the medical College of Virginia, his m.S. and certificate in pediatric dentistry at the University of minnesota, and his m.Ed. in educational psychology at the University of oklahoma. He is a Fellow of the american College of Dentists and the american academy of Pediatric Dentistry and a Diplomate of the american Board of Pediatric Dentistry. a prolific author and lecturer, he has contributed over 50 articles to scientific journals and has co-authored three editions of the textbook, Fundamentals of Pediatric Dentistry, published by Quintessence Publishing Company.

faCulty: Robert E. Primosch, D.D.S., m.S., m.Ed. Ceus: 7 contact hours. lecture

WHo sHould attend:

this course is geared toward dentists, clinical, & office staff with an interest in pediatric dentistry.

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Periodontics

dates: Course # 080179 July 25, 2009 (Saturday) Course # 100260 Feb. 12, 2010 (Friday) Gainesville 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. reGistration fee:

(Breakfast/lunch included)

utilizing laser technology to manage Periodontal tissue

Course desCriPtion:

today's dental practitioner is being exposed to laser therapy as a procedure for treating soft tissue, ranging from esthetic crown lengthening to treatment of periodontitis. if you are a current "laser" user or considering a future in laser therapy, join us to experience the following: · Differentiate laser technologies and their respective role for various treatments · Review pros and cons of current and future laser modalities with emphasis on specific equipment needs · Explore indications for laser use and effective techniques in meeting soft tissue expectations · Introduce practice management techniques in integrating laser therapy into today's progressive practice

Course oBJeCtives:

through a seminar and hands-on integrated format, a limited number of participants will be exposed to both generic and manufacturer resources in laser technology.

Continuing Education at UFCD wishes to express its appreciation to Biolase for an unrestricted educational grant, which helped, in part, to make this course possible.

*Up to 1 month before course date *register for effective Perio (below) and receive $25 off!

Regular Fee Dentists Early Bird Fee* Dentists

$525 $495

faCulty:

Samuel B. low, D.D.S., m.S., m.Ed.

Ceus: 7 contact hours. Participation

dates: Course # 100007 oct. 10, 2009 (Saturday) Course # 110022.01 Feb. 13, 2010 (Saturday) Course # 110022.02 oct. 23, 2010 (Saturday) 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. reGistration fee:

(Breakfast/lunch included)

effective Periodontal therapy through a Workshop in technology

Course desCriPtion:

this course leaves traditional root planing 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 antimicrobials, the participant is taken to new heights in providing a synergistic level of care. the seminar will enhance your armamentarium use in treating today's initial and recare periodontal patient where surgical therapy is not feasible. · Operate ultrasonics with micro-thin inserts in a sulcular arena with an array of medicaments · Provide ergonomic techniques to decrease physical fatigue and enhance time efficiency · Place time release local delivery antibiotics in selected sites

faCulty:

Samuel B. low, D.D.S., m.S., m.Ed., is presently a associate Dean of Continuing Education and Strategic Partnerships at the University of Florida College of Dentistry, with Board Diplomate status in the american academy of Periodontology. He is an associate Faculty member at the l.D. Pankey institute and maintains a private practice of Periodontics and placement of implants. as a Clinical investigator with the Periodontal Disease Research Center, his research interests involve automated probing, refractory periodontal disease, and regeneration methodoloy.

Continuing Education at UFCD wishes to express its appreciation to the Dentsply, HuFriedy, Omnii Pharmaceutical for an unrestricted educational grant, which helped, in part, to make this course possible.

Regular Fee Dentists Hygienists Early Bird Fee* Dentists Hygienists

$425 $325 $395 $295

*Up to 1 month before course date

Course oBJeCtives:

this hands-on workshop will directly impact your patients by teaching you to: · Utilize electronic data collection to find and present periodontal care in a solo environment · Introduce ultrasonic instrumentation for periodontal patients with emphasis on patient comfort and acceptance

Course limit: 32 Participants faCulty:

Samuel B. low, D.D.S., m.S., m.Ed.

Ceus: 7 contact hours. Participation

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Pharmacology

Pharmacology: drugs, Herbals, nutraceuticals - new issues for dentistry

Course desCriPtion:

this course will present a mix of the most recent reports describing conventional drugs, herbal supplements, and nutraceuticals having impact on dental practice. For conventional drugs, the aspirin and Plavix patient will be discussed, newly approved dental drugs and products described including those for RaU, herpes labialis, new dentifrices, "remineralization" dentifrices, otC whitening/ bleaching agents; Halcion and the new Z-drugs for sedation; articaine and paresthesias, the most recent FaQs on antibiotic prophylaxis presented, the latest on heart attacks, CRP, homocysteine levels and periodontal disease discussed including antibiotic use and increased risk of breast cancer; and life after the Vioxx fiasco. Herbal supplements, free radicals, reactive oxygen species, antioxidants, green/white/red teas, blueberries, grape seed extract, bioflavonoids and more will be described; trends and efficacies of dental herbal products will be discussed including melissa, propolis, calendula, aloe vera, Co-Q-10, tea tree oil, perilla seed extract, Dental Herb Company, tom's of maine, and Rembrandt natural products. medical concerns about herbals including echinacea, St John's Wort, gingko biloba, kava-kava and ginseng discussed; herbs that cause bleeding, and phytoestrogens as substitute for Premarin described. alternative agents including chondroitin/ glucosamine/mSm, Sam-e and omega 3 fatty acids will be discussed. For nutraceuticals, foods and their medical uses will be described including cranberries and Utis, fish oils and heart health, anti-oxidants and prevention of macular degeneration, blueberries and alzheimer's, broccoli sprouts and reduction of gastric cancers, curcumin and cystic fibrosis, and more. Finally foods and their dental uses will be described including Dr. Weil's cocktail for periodontal problems, tomatoes and CHF risk in periodontal patients, vitamin D and the prevention of tooth loss, and more.

dates: Course# 100014 oct. 30, 2009 (Friday) Gainesville 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. reGistration fee:

(Breakfast included)

Course oBJeCtives:

· Understand the treatment considerations for the aspirin and Plavix patient · Learn the new dental drugs and products in terms of what works and what doesn't · List the analgesics to use to replace Vioxx · Discover the effects of common herbal supplements and nutraceuticals your patients may be taking · Learn the herbal dental products available as "natural" remedies · Learn which nutraceutical remedies may be beneficial in dental health · List the new dental drugs and dental herbal products with their proven effectiveness and ineffectiveness · Describe the concept of free radicals and anti-oxidants and review their uses in medical and dental conditions · Outline those medical and dental conditions in which nutraceuticals have been shown to be effective and those not effective · List the key considerations in treating the patient on antiplatelet therapy · Describe the most recent theory on the relationship between CRP, gingivitis and heart attacks · List the safety concerns by the medical profession about herbal use in patients and effects on surgery and recovery, including herbs that cause bleeding

Regular Fee Dentists auxiliaries Early Bird Fee* Dentists auxiliaries

$295 $195 $265 $165

*Up to 1 month before course date

faCulty: Richard l. Wynn, Ph.D. Ceus: 7 contact hours. lecture

Pharmacology: drugs in dentistry: update

Course desCriPtion:

new medical drugs; new drugs for dentistry including nSaiD skin patch, local anesthesia reversal agent, articaine with less vasoconstrictor, Chantix and smoking cessation; issues with the use of compound topical anesthetics; survey of antibiotics, medical and dental, and antibiotic dos and don'ts; antibibiotics and drugs they interact with; update on analgesics for acute and chronic dental/oral pain; analgesics and drugs they interact with; update on the dental patient medicated with aspirin and new findings on aspirin and all cause mortality; important issues on vitamin 0; new and frequently asked questions on Fosamax-associated osteonecrosis of jaw and incidence, risks and prevention; latest findings on C-reactive protein, periodontal disease and the benefits of alcohol/exercise combination on cardiac risks; update on drugs used in sedation dentistry, plus other drug topics pertinent to dental practice as they arise.

dates: Course# 110023 Sept. 11, 2010 (Saturday) location tBD 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. reGistration fee:

(Breakfast/lunch included)

faCulty:

Richard l Wynn, Ph.D., Professor of Pharmacology, University of maryland Dental School, lead author of Drug information Handbook for Dentistry, Drug Columnist for the academy of General Dentistry and Consultant to Drug industry. Dr. Wynn is a reviewer for the J am Dental assoc., and consultant to the United States Pharmacopoeia for new drugs, including herbals. He receives funded research from DoD/army for studies of complementary medical therapies. [email protected]

Regular Fee Dentists auxiliaries Early Bird Fee* Dentists auxiliaries

$325 $225 $295 $195

*Up to 1 month before course date

faCulty: Richard l. Wynn, Ph.D. Ceus: 8 contact hours. lecture/Participation

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Practice Management

dates: Course# 090054 oct. 2, 2009 (Friday) 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. reGistration fee:

(Breakfast/lunch included)

surviving the recession: marketing Plan in a day

Course desCriPtion:

"the aim of marketing is to know and understand the customer so well the product or service fits him and sells itself." --Peter Drucker, Harvard Business School in today's economy, it is even more critical to have a marketing Plan that gives your practice a competitive edge. this is the most misunderstood yet most needed aspect of your Business Planning. Dentists often overlook the marketing Plan but it is easy to put together and simple to track. once you learn the foundations this will become an integral part of your yearly business strategy! Come join me for this hands-on, valuable course! · Establish a marketing Budget · manage, track and measure your marketing efforts · to be able to revise and recreate your marketing Plan as needed and as part of your annual Strategic Planning Process in your dental practice

*Up to 1 month before course date

Regular Fee Dentists auxiliaries Early Bird Fee* Dentists auxiliaries

$295 $195 $265 $165

Course oBJeCtives:

(Definition: the means to achieving the goals.): · We will understand the importance of incorporating a yearly marketing Plan into your dental practice · We will take each section step by step and learn the components necessary to complete a marketing Plan · We will show you how to use your current dental software to track and manage your marketing Plan results · We will show you how to set up Excel Spreadsheets to track your monthly marketing results · We will utilize the following Strategic Planning steps to create your marketing Plan: Planning, assumptions, information Gathering, market audit, Choosing Strategies, actions, implementation, Evaluation

faCulty: annelise Ydstebo Driscoll, m.B.a., Ph.D., a.B.D. Ceus: 6 contact hours. Participation

Goals: (Definition: the result or achievement toward

which effort is directed; aim; end result.): · to understand the need and the purpose for a marketing Plan · to create a marketing Plan for your dental practice · to understand and complete the components of a marketing Plan · Conduct a market analysis and target market Strategy

dates: Course # 110014 oct. 1, 2010 (Friday) 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. reGistration fee:

(Breakfast/lunch included)

maximizing your Practice: Business Plan in a day

Course desCriPtion:

"the best way to predict the future is to create it." --Peter Drucker, Harvard Business School this is a full day, hands on course. Knowing how to write up a Business Plan can be scary and intimidating but is not impossible by any means. any dentist can do this whether you are fresh out of dental school or have decades of practice experience. You have most of the tools necessary in your dental software to plug into the financial statements so Don't be overwhelmed! i will show you the rest in terms you can easily understand. Join me in this important class--you will be amazed by what you can learn to accomplish! · to do a SWot analysis (Strengths, Weaknesses, opportunities and threats) · Conduct a market analysis and target market Strategy · Complete a Company Summary and management Summary · Complete an Executive Summary with mission, Purpose, Keys to Success and assumptions

*Up to 1 month before course date

Regular Fee Dentists auxiliaries Early Bird Fee* Dentists auxiliaries

$295 $195 $265 $165

Course oBJeCtives:

(Definition: the means to achieving the goals.): · We will remove the mystery and fear of writing a Business Plan · We will take each section step by step and learn the components necessary to complete a full business plan · We will learn to use Excel Spreadsheets with basic formatting · We will break down all expenses and salaries on a monthly basis as a foundation for financial statements and projections · We will assess internal and external factors that go into a SWot analysis · We will address the critical aspects that make up a marketing Plan · We will determine your Competitive Edge to incorporate into the Business Plan

Course limit: 32 Participants faCulty: annelise Ydstebo Driscoll, m.B.a., PH.D., a.B.D. Ceus: 6 contact hours. Participation

Goals: (Definition: the result or achievement toward which effort is directed; aim; end result.):

· to understand the need for and the purpose of a Business Plan · to create a Business Plan for a Dental Practice that is comprehensive and financially viable for submitting to investors to obtain financing for buying, building or renovating a Dental Practice · to be able to create financial documents such as a Pro Forma, Start Up Expense, Break Even analysis, Sales (Production) Forecast, and a Personnel Plan

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Risk Management

n osHa (2 Ceu)

annual infection control, bloodborne pathogen, and tB education is required by JCaHo, aCHa, and oSHa. it is also important for you to review your role in infection control at this time. many of the topics included are mandated by either licensing or accrediting agencies. the other topics are important for healthcare infection control and will clarify your role in infection control. · Requirements: Faxing patient information, destroying dental records, dental record abbreviations, record corrections, alteration of dental records · Informed Consent guidelines · Management and retention period for radiology films

dates: full day Course # 100019.04 Dec. 5, 2009 (Saturday) St. Pete 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. reGistration fee: Regular Fee $195 Early Bird Fee* $165 Ceus: 8 contact hours. lecture Half day Course # 100019.05 (includes Risk management & Record Keeping) Feb. 20, 2010 (Saturday) Gainesville 8 a.m. - noon reGistration fee: Regular Fee $125 Early Bird Fee* $95 Ceus: 4 contact hours. lecture

Course oBJeCtives:

at completion of course participants will be able to: · Discuss key elements of the infection control program · Describe the Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure Control Plan · Describe the TB Control Plan · Describe key elements of the Biohazardous Waste management Plan · Discuss their individual role in infection control

n diaGnosis and treatment PlanninG (2 Ceu)

this course will teach the general practitioner how to organize complex diagnosis and treatment planning appointments to be effective, comprehensive, and efficient. a checklist of relevant procedures for treatment will be presented. Ethical and legal issues in treatment Planning are of concern to today's dentist. With the practical information presented, you will learn to produce treatment plans that your patients will understand and accept. information gathering to assigning risk will be covered. Phased treatment Planning will be modeled and several cases will be presented and also studied in small groups. Because patients today have more complex treatment needs, this course is essential to make your dental practice more efficient and give you a blueprint for effective treatment planning.

n risk manaGement (2 Ceu)

in this age of expanding theories of tort liability, dentists may be responsible for more than their own acts. Dentists have responsibility for the actions of their office staff and those whom they directly employ. most dentists don't realize that they may also be held responsible for any acts of their partners, office staff or others who may perform procedures under their control or supervision. this course will help you understand the issues involved and what procedures to implement to judiciously practice dentistry.

Course oBJeCtives:

at completion of course participants will be updated on: · · · · · · · · · The Patient Interview The Dental Record The Clinical Examination Diagnosis Risk Assessment Radiographs Complex Dental Treatment Situations Orthodontic Interventions General Principles for Timing of Treatment (Phased treatment Planning)

Course oBJeCtives:

at completion of course participants will be updated on: · Liability · Insurance · Record keeping · Informed consent

n reCordkeePinG: Content and manaGement of dental reCords (2 Ceu)

Did you know many of the cases brought before the Board of Dentistry for probable cause have Recordkeeping included in their remediation stipulation? this course will update the dental professional on standards and regulations related to content and management of your dental records. You will learn guidelines for maintaining proper dental records, dental records release and maintenance, and informed consent. Charting don'ts, aDa periodontal charting, and organizing accurate dental records will be discussed, as well as a dental records checklist. Sample progress notes, record forms and informed consents will be provided.

faCulty:

St. PEtE CliniC: nicholas Grimaudo, D.m.D., m.S., m.S., Ph.D. Dr. Grimaudo is a past Director of Quality assurance for the UF College of Dentistry and Chairman of the UF Clinical affairs Committee. He is currently a faulty member of the Dental Hygiene department of St. Petersburg College and has just completed his Ph.D. in Educational leadership and Policy with a specialization in Curriculum and instruction. GainESVillE: thomas Zellmer, D.D.S. Dr. Zellmer joined the University of Florida College of Dentistry in January 2007 as an assistant Professor in the Department of Periodontics. He received his Doctor in Dental Surgery degree from marquette University in 1982 and also holds a Juris Doctor with Honors from the University of Florida. Currently, Dr. Zellmer has a dual appointment with Santa Fe Community College overseeing the clinical and didactic training of their dental assisting and hygiene students.

Course oBJeCtives:

at completion of course participants will be updated on: · Organizing and maintaining accurate dental records · Documenting phone calls in patient's chart · Release of information, patient authorization to release dental records

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Sleep Disorders / TMD

dates: Course# 100012 nov. 6-7, 2009 (Friday-Saturday) St. Pete Course# 110015 Dec. 3-4, 2010 (Friday-Saturday) Gainesville 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. reGistration fee:

(Breakfast included)

the dentist and sleep disorders: a multi-disciplinary approach

Course desCriPtion:

· Snoring and Sleeping Disorders breathing affect millions of people in this country. the alert dentist should be able to screen his patient population and recognize signs and symptoms. this and the ability to treat some cases would allow dentists to be an integral member of the diagnostic and treatment team, along with their medical colleagues. the dentist's role in management of obstructive sleep apnea and upper airway resistance syndrome are growing at an extraordinary rate. oral appliance therapy is a well-accepted means of treatment for many patients and in some cases the treatment of choice. Dr. Smith will demonstrate how the dentist's role in the use of oral appliances can become a rewarding and profitable part of dental practice. in addition to informative lectures there will be demonstrations on correct procedures for taking a bite registration using the George Gauge and the use of the Pat_100 home sleep monitoring device for evaluation of sleep progress. What is a Home Sleep Study? What is a Polysomnagram?

Regular Fee Dentists auxiliaries Early Bird Fee* Dentists auxiliaries

$555 $255 $525 $225

session two: advanced sleep disorders · Informed Consent and the other paper work. · The examination and reading Sleep Laboratory Reports. · What appliance do I use to treat disordered breathing problems? is there more than one problem? · How do I know my appliance is working? · Trouble shooting my appliances. · Review of home sleep studies of our class-mates and titration.

Course oBJeCtives:

· · · · ·

*Up to 1 month before course date

faCulty: Charles D. Smith, D.D.S Course limit: 26 participants Ceus: 12 contact hours. lecture/Participation

session one: introduction to sleep disorders · Normal Sleep, What is It? · What is a Circadian Rhythm? · Tell me about Sleep Disorders! · Why should I take a sleep history? Obstructive Sleep apnea Syndrome; Upper airway Resistance Syndrome · What is my role in the treatment of sleep disorders?

Have a knowledge of normal sleep physiology & an understanding of sleep disordered breathing Have an understanding of child and adolescent sleep disorders Have extensive knowledge of the reasons for evaluating patients for sleep disorders Know how to evaluate a patient for oral appliance therapy who has been diagnosed with sleep breathing disorder Get a basic understanding of selection of oral appliance for your patients with hands-on taking actual registration with the George Gauge

The University of Florida and the Dawson Academy are pleased to announce their new agreement to bring Dr. Peter Dawson's Center for Advanced Dental Study courses to the St. Petersburg Dental Clinic commencing in the fall of 2008. For full details and to register call the Dawson Academy at 1-800-952-2178 or visit online at www.dawsoncenter.com. Our purpose at The Dawson Academy is to share what we have learned with those dental professionals striving to provide quality, complete care to their patients. It is our hope that we can bring logic to your understanding of the masticatory system. If we succeed, we will have served the basic purpose for which The Dawson Academy exists.

to register, call us now toll-free: 1-800-952-2178.

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Orlando Symposium

7th annual soft (& Hard) tissue oral Pathology symposium

Course desCriPtion:

Using an interactive audience participation platform and lecture format, this seminar will use a potpourri of exciting case studies in oral and maxillofacial pathology covering a variety of conditions encountered in general and specialty dental practices. the presenters will utilize an audience Response System which will enable participants to anonymously respond and interact with the presenters. in addition, the lecture will be customized by the audience responses and questions to better facilitate learning. Emphasis will be placed on lesions and conditions commonly seen in dental practice, especially those difficult to diagnose and/or manage, newly diagnosed conditions, and pre-malignant or malignant lesions. the topics will range from oral manifestations of dermatologic diseases: lichen planus, erythema multiforme, systemic lupus erythematosus, pemphigus etc to newly described entities, especially bisphosphonate induced osteochemonecrosis (Bon) with special emphasis on new evidence of co-factors such as radiation, diabetes, long term steroid use, etc. the effects of bisphosphonates on general dentistry implant success and orthodontics will also be discussed. Where, when and how to do a biopsy of oral soft tissue lesions will be taught. important lesions of the jaws will be described and salient characteristics of these jaw lesions will be emphasized. Cases involving non-squamous cell malignancies of the oral cavity including lymphomas, myeloma etc will also be presented. the seminars will also cover important aspects of nutrition and health with discussions and interactive sessions on extremely relevant topics including the relationship between gene alterations and obesity, diabetes, aging and various diseases of old age. it will answer the question what is the fountain of youth and will there be a youth pill?

dates: Course # 100231 Feb. 26-27, 2010 Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. - noon loCation: orlando ­ Hilton Disney (at Downtown Disney). reGistration fee:

(Breakfast Fri/Sat ­ lunch Fri)

leCture toPiCs:

Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to: · · · · · · Recognize, formulate a differential diagnosis and manage oral lesions caused by dermatologic diseases. to understand where, when and how to do a biopsy of oral soft tissue lesions. Understand the chemistry, pathogenesis, signs and symptoms of bisphosphonate induced osteochemonecrosis and manage complications. Understand and develop a differential diagnosis for lesions of the jaws including unusual presentations of common or life threatening conditions. Understand and recognize the new developments in extending longevity with emphasis of nutrition, exercise, diet and supplements. Recognize and develop a differential diagnosis for several non-squamous malignancies of the oral cavity such as lymphoma, leukemia, etc.

*Up to 1 month before course

Regular Fee Dentists $625 RDH $425 Early Bird Fee* Dentists $595 RDH $395

onsite parking not included ($8/day) WHo sHould attend: Generalists, specialists, and dental hygienists with an interest in oral medicine/clinical oral pathology. faCulty: indraneel Bhattacharyya, D.D.S., m.S.D., assistant Professor, oral maxillofacial Surgery & Diagnostic Sciences Donald m. Cohen, D.m.D., m.S., m.B.a., Professor oral maxillofacial Surgery & Diagnostic Sciences Ceus: 12 contact hours. lecture/Participation

WHo sHould attend:

Generalists, specialists, dental hygienists and dental assistants with an interest in Clinical oral Pathology.

Add MAGIC to Continuing Dental Education

the Hilton, located in the Walt disney World resort is steps from Downtown Disney featuring the Disney marketplace, Pleasure island, and Disney's West Side. as a special benefit, Hilton Guests enjoy "Extra magic Hours," which allow guests to enter a selected Walt DiSnEY WoRlD theme Park one hour prior to opening or stay up to three hours after closing. the excitement never stops at seven restaurants and lounges. Golfers will delight in the five Walt Disney World championship courses. Call 1-800-782-4414 today to reserve your room

Dates and locations subject to change without notice. Bookmark www.dental.ufl.edu/ce for the latest info, fees, and updates.

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Cruise information*** contact our cruise partner, Special Events Crusies, at 619-426-6181 ext. 113 amounts listed under each cruise are cruise prices only. Prices are per person, Dbl. occ. Registration Fee is listed separately. ***You must book your cruise through our cruise partner in order to register for the CDE course. Rates are not guaranteed until booked with deposit. ComPlete Course desCriPtions/ itineraries: visit us @ www.dental.ufl. edu/offices/Ce/Courses/ Cruises.asp

seminars at sea for dentists and the dental team

4 day Carnival Cruise Lines date: oct. 29- nov. 2, 2009 Port: Canaveral Cruise Cost: inside cabins starting @ $259pp. Port charges included. Government fees additional $33pp

n inspiration ­ W. Caribbean

topic: day of Core & reQuired Course(s) Course # 100017 instructor: Dr. nicholas Grimaudo registration fee: $195 per participant, $95 each additional participant from same office, and are in addition to the cruise prices. Ceus: 8 contact hours. lecture

n Celebrity infinity ­ alaska 7 day Celebrity Cruise Lines date: June 18-25, 2010 Port: Seattle Cruise Cost: inside cabins starting @ $1,119.pp. Port charges included. Government fees additional $97.29pp

topic: advanCes in oral mediCine Course #: 100238 instructor: Dr. Joseph Katz registration fee: $595 per participant, $395 each additional participant from same office, and are in addition to the cruise prices. Ceus: 12 contact hours. lecture/Participation

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faCulty: matthew Dennis, D.D.S., Clinical associate Professor of oral maxillofacial Surgery and Diagnostic Sciences at UF.

Other

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Board reQuired remediation:

these courses are designed to meet the remediation guidelines set by the Florida Board of Dentistry. one-onone and small group sessions tailored to the requirements of the individual will now be available upon request. Please contact our friendly staff to make arrangements for timely resolution of Board specified continuing education.

Course toPiCs availaBle:

· · · · · · · · · · Risk Management Diagnosis & Treatment Planning Endodontics Dental Record Keeping Oral Pathology Implant Placement Implant Restoration Fixed Prosthodontics Removable Prosthodontics Other topics available upon request

dates: Course # 100241 Custom scheduled loCation: University of Florida College of Dentistry (Gainesville, Hialeah, and St. Pete Clinic) reGistration fee: $350 per hour of instruction Ceus: various, as needed ContaCt: marta miller, Program assistant 1-888-550-4590

faCulty:

University of Florida College of Dentistry Faculty

Dates and locations subject to change without notice. Bookmark www.dental.ufl.edu/ce for the latest info, fees, and updates.

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