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ContinUing Dental eDUCation Fall Winter PrograM

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									                                      2009–10
University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine

ContinUing Dental eDUCation
Fall 2009 / Winter 2010 PrograM
WWW.Dental.UPenn.eDU/CDe




Penn Dental MeDiCine CDe:
aDVanCing QUalitY anD
leaDerSHiP in liFelong learning

Continuing Dental eDuCation
aDvisory Committee
elliot V. Hersh, DMD, MS, PhD, Chairman
Faizan alawi, DDS
alan M. atlas, DMD
Markus B. Blatz, DMD, PhD
Joseph P. Fiorellini, DMD, DMSc
Barry Hendler, DDS, MD
Signe Jonsson-Brightman, MD
Syngcuk Kim, DDS, PhD, MD (Hon)
ernesto lee, DMD
thomas P. Sollecito, DMD
robert l. Vanarsdall, DDS
Michael Yasner, DMD

Dean
Denis F. Kinane, BDS, PhD

Department of Continuing
Dental eDuCation
Susan Conroy
Continuing education Coordinator
robert Schattner Center
University of Pennsylvania
School of Dental Medicine
240 South 40th Street
Philadelphia, Pa 19104-6030

Call toll free: 866-PennCDe
(866-736-6233)
fax: 215-746-7617
e-mail: sdm-cde@dental.upenn.edu
visit: www.dental.upenn.edu/cde

Course sponsors
a special thanks to the following
companies for their support of courses within
the Fall 2009 / Winter 2010 program:
astra tech, inc.
Church & Dwight Co., inc.
Colgate-Palmolive Company
novalar Pharmaceuticals, inc.
Penn Dental MeDiCine ContinUing Dental eDUCation Fall 2009 / Winter 2010




implant overdenture therapies
SatUrDaY, oCtoBer 10, 2009, 9 aM – 5 PM (4 leCtUre CreDit HoUrS anD
3 HanDS-on PartiCiPation HoUrS)

Designed for general dentists and specialists alike, this seminar will provide practical
information on how to successfully incorporate removable prosthodontics into your
practice with an emphasis on implant overdenture treatment. it will feature a series
of presentations, including:

a simplifieD approaCh to implant overDenture treatment of the
eDentulous manDible. implant-retrained overdentures are one of the most
cost-effective and appreciated prosthetic treatment modalities. this lecture will
address the rationale for their use and highlight how to effectively select and utilize
attachments in treating the edentulous patient. important aspects that can reduce
the post-insertion costs and maintenance will be covered, including the position and
the number of implants (knowing when not to do a two-implant overdenture),
the type of attachments (ball versus locator), and occlusal concepts that contribute
to stabilizing the opposing maxillary complete denture.

implant Diagnosis, treatment planning, anD surgiCal plaCement for
the eDentulous patient. Careful diagnosis and treatment planning are critical
to implant success from a clinical as well as a patient perspective. Case studies will
demonstrate step-by-step protocols for planning implant positioning and determining
the requirements for a retentive or supportive system. there also will be a discussion
on the economics of implant treatment for the edentulous patient as well as the
opportunity cost of poor planning.

hanDs-on lab. the afternoon will provide the opportunity for hands-on work to
explore the scope of treatment planning and prosthesis fabrication involved in
implants for patients with an edentulous mandible. Participants will complete three
exercises, learning to:
• treatment plan implant selection and placement with radiographs and
  diagnostic casts.
• Make a final impression for an implant-retained overdenture using the
  locator attachment.
• retrofit an existing lower denture to implant attachments using a reline or
  rebase impression and direct- pickup techniques.

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faCulty
ViCKi C. PetroPoUloS, DMD, MS
                      Dr. Petropoulos is associate Professor of restorative Dentistry-
                      Clinician educator in the Department of Preventive and
                      restorative Sciences at Penn Dental Medicine. Currently, she
                      is the director of the removable dentures courses. Her primary
                      research focuses on the biomechanics of implant-supported,
                      soft-tissue-retained overdenture attachments and immediate
                      loading of implants. Her research has been published in the
International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Implants, Journal of Prosthodontics
and Implant Dentistry and presented at major national and international meetings.
in addition to her research and teaching activities, Dr. Petropoulos is a practicing
prosthodontist in the Penn Dental Care network.

MiCHael P. gUlizio, DMD, MS
                      Dr. gulizio holds a BS degree in Microbiology & Cell Science
                      from the University of Florida and earned his DMD degree
                      at Penn Dental Medicine. He also holds a MS degree in educa-
                      tion from the University of Pennsylvania graduate School of
                      education, focusing on professional leadership. Dr. gulizio
                      completed specialty training in prosthodontics at the University
                      of Connecticut with an emphasis on implant reconstruction,
esthetic dentistry, and removable prosthodontics (dentures & partial dentures). at
the University of Connecticut, Dr. gulizio also obtained a MS degree in dental
sciences, focusing on implant-retained overdentures, and received the John J. Sharry
award for his master’s thesis research project, which was published in the Journal of
Prosthodontics. Dr. gulizio has a private practice in Manhattan, specializing in
implant, esthetic, and reconstructive dentistry.


    tuition
    $360 (leCtUre anD HanDS-on PartiCiPation)
    if applicable, one discount may be applied:
    • register by 9/16/09 and save $50 off full tuition
    • Penn Dental Medicine alumni: 25% discount
    • Penn Dental Medicine Faculty: 50% discount
    • active Duty Military: 25% discount


    loCation
    the robert Schattner Center
    Penn Dental Medicine
    240 South 40th Street
    Philadelphia, Pa 19104




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lotions, Potions, Pastes and More
SatUrDaY, oCtoBer 17, 2009, 9 aM – 5 PM (7 leCtUre CreDit HoUrS)

When patients ask, “What products should i use for better oral health?” dental
practitioners should be able to provide evidence-based answers. When they are
taking a variety of medications and present with changes in oral tissues, are these
changes medication related? this course is designed to help dental practitioners
update their patients with information on the latest therapeutic non-prescription
and prescription oral health care products and to facilitate the identification of oral
manifestations of systemic medications. this course will also review recent develop-
ments in chemotherapeutic oral health care products, including mouth rinses
and dentifrices; herbal products and agents for the non-surgical management of
periodontal disease; and the periodontal considerations for implants.

organized into three sections, the first section presents an overview of allergic
reactions, examples of allergic reactions that manifest as soft-tissue lesions, and an
in-depth review of oral manifestations of systemic medications, including herbal
products. the second section presents current information on mouth rinses, denti-
frices, and irrigants as adjuncts to periodontal therapy; guidelines for recommending
oral care products to your patients; and a summary of tooth whitening/bleaching
agents. the third section provides guidance in perio-chemotherapeutics, locally
delivered medications, and host modulation as adjuncts to periodontal and implant
therapy. this course is geared toward general dentists, specialists, and hygienists.

this Course will enable partiCipants to unDerstanD:
•   the role of non-prescription dental care products in maintaining oral health.
•   the role of medications as an adjunct to periodontal therapy.
•   Periodontal considerations for dental implants.

faCulty
SeBaStian g. CianCio, DDS
                      Dr. Ciancio is Distinguished Service Professor and Chairman in
                      the Department of Periodontics and endodontics and Director
                      of the Center for Dental Studies at the State University of new
                      York (SUnY) at Buffalo. in addition, he is Clinical Professor in
                      the Department of Pharmacology at SUnY and a consultant for
                      the Veterans administration Medical Center and the erie
                      County Medical Center. Dr. Ciancio received his DDS degree
from SUnY where he also completed a niH research Fellowship in the Department
of Physiology and Fellowships in Pharmacology and Periodontology. His postdoctoral
work included studies in biostatistics at the University of north Carolina in Chapel
Hill; periodontology at SUnY; radio-isotope techniques at Western new York nuclear
Center; and clinical pharmacology at Vanderbilt University. Widely published, his
research related to periodontal disease has appeared in the Journal of Periodontol-
ogy, the Journal of Periodontal Research, the Journal of the American Dental
Association, the International Journal of Periodontics & Restorative Dentistry, and
Periodontology 2000.
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    tuition
    $360 (DentiStS), $200 (aUxiliarieS)
    if applicable, one discount may be applied:
    • register by 9/23/09 and save $50 off full tuition
    • Penn Dental Medicine alumni: 25% discount
    • Penn Dental Medicine Faculty: 50% discount
    • active Duty Military: 25% discount


    loCation
    the robert Schattner Center
    Penn Dental Medicine
    240 South 40th Street
    Philadelphia, Pa 19104




     are you a practitioner in new Jersey?
     if so, a reminder that the biennial license renewal period for new Jersey
     practitioners ends on october 31, 2009. Dentists must have completed 40
     CDe credits and hygienists must have 20 credits by this date. the following
     courses from this Fall 2009 / Winter 2010 program will be offered prior to
     this deadline:
     iMPlant oVerDentUre tHeraPieS
     Faculty: Vicki C. Petropoulos, DMD, MS and Mike gulizio, DMD, MS
     Saturday, october 10, 2009, 9 am – 5 pm (4 lecture credit hours and 3
     hands-on participation hours)
     lotionS, PotionS, PaSteS anD More
     Faculty: Sebastian g. Ciancio, DDS
     Saturday, october 17, 2009, 9 am – 5 pm (7 lecture credit hours)
     antiBiotiC UPDate: an inFeCtioUS SUBJeCt tHat
     SHoUlD not BUg YoU
     Faculty: elliot V. Hersh DMD, MS, PhD
     Saturday, october 31, 2009, 9 am – 1 pm (4 lecture credit hours)




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antibiotic Update: an infectious
Subject that Should not Bug You
SatUrDaY, oCtoBer 31, 2009, 9 aM – 1 PM (4 leCtUre CreDit HoUrS)

the prescribing of antibiotics is a routine part of dental practice. However, their
overuse has lead to the development of resistant bacterial strains and unnecessary
side effects and drug interactions. this course will review the basics of antibiotic
pharmacology, emphasizing dosing strategies, important drug interactions, and
recent changes in the guidelines for antibiotic prophylaxis. this course is geared
toward general dentists, specialists, and hygienists.

this Course will enable partiCipants to:
•   Discuss the mechanism of actions of commonly employed antibiotics in dentistry.
•   identify the cardiovascular conditions where antibiotic prophylaxis is necessary
    before invasive dental procedures.
•   Discuss the evidence supporting and refuting the alleged interaction between
    antibiotics and oral contraceptives.
•   Discuss the common side effects of antibiotics employed in dental medicine.
•   Discuss the benefits of employing local delivery systems of antibiotics over
    systemic antibiotics in treating periodontal disease.

faCulty
elliot V. HerSH, DMD, MS, PhD
                       Dr. Hersh is Professor of Pharmacology at Penn Dental Medi-
                       cine and Chair of irB #3 office of regulatory affairs at the
                       University of Pennsylvania. He received his DMD degree from
                       UMDnJ-nJDS and his MS and PhD degrees from UMDnJ —
                       graduate School of Biomedical Sciences. He has published
                       extensively in the areas of dental pharmacology, drug interac-
                       tions, analgesics, and local anesthetics, and he was the 2007
recipient of the Distinguished Scientist award in Pharmacology, therapeutics and
toxicology from the international association of Dental research.


    tuition
    $200 (DentiStS), $100 (aUxiliarieS)
    if applicable, one discount may be applied:
    • register by 10/2/09 and save $25 off full tuition
    • Penn Dental Medicine alumni: 25% discount
    • Penn Dental Medicine Faculty: 50% discount
    • active Duty Military: 25% discount


    loCation
    the robert Schattner Center
    Penn Dental Medicine
    240 South 40th Street
    Philadelphia, Pa 19104

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 nitrous oxide/oxygen analgesia
 Certification
 (liMiteD to 24 — regiSter earlY — 14 total CreDit HoUrS) FriDaY, noVeMBer 6,
 2009, 6 PM – 9 PM (3 leCtUre CreDit HoUrS); SatUrDaY, noVeMBer 7, 2009,
 9 aM – 5 PM (4 leCtUre CreDit HoUrS anD 3 HanDS-on PartiCiPation HoUrS);
 Date anD tiMe tBD (4 HanDS-on PartiCiPation HoUrS)*

 this course is designed to provide didactic and clinical instruction in nitrous oxide/
 oxygen analgesia in accordance with american Dental association guidelines. Upon
 completion of this course, the participant will be eligible for an anesthesia restricted
 Permit ii from the Pennsylvania State Board of Dentistry. Participants will have the
 opportunity to administer (to each other and patients) and undergo nitrous oxide
 sedation under close supervision. the course is geared toward general dentists and
 dental specialists.




 Course objeCtives:
 •   Define and describe physiological and psychological aspects of anxiety.
 •   Describe the stages of consciousness and the levels of sedation.
 •   review respiratory and circulatory physiology and related anatomy.
 •   Discuss the pharmacology of nitrous oxide.
 •   Discuss the advantages/disadvantages and indications/contraindications of
     nitrous oxide/oxygen analgesia.
 •   Perform patient evaluation, selection, and preparation for nitrous oxide/
     oxygen analgesia.
 •   Describe and discuss the function the basic components of nitrous oxide/
     oxygen delivery and scavenging systems.
 •   administer nitrous oxide/oxygen analgesia to patients in a clinical setting in
     a safe and effective manner.
 •   Monitor patient undergoing nitrous oxide/oxygen analgesia and document
     the procedure.
 •   Discuss the complications associated with nitrous oxide/oxygen analgesia
     and the prevention, recognition, and management of medical emergencies.
 •   Discuss potential occupational health hazards and abuse potential.


 Please note: Presentation of BLS certification and dental license required. Patient cannot be
 pregnant. If you have any medical conditions that may be worsened by receiving nitrous oxide,
 consult your physician before registering for this class.

* the last four hands-on participation credit hours will be scheduled at a mutually agreeable date
  and time by the lecturer and each participant.


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this Course will enable partiCipants to:
•   achieve competency in the administration of nitrous oxide/oxygen analgesia.
•   Be eligible for an anesthesia restricted Permit ii from the Pennsylvania State
    Board of Dentistry.

faCulty
Helen giannaKoPoUloS, DDS, MD
                      Dr. giannakopoulos is assistant Professor of oral and Maxillo-
                      facial Surgery-Clinician educator in the Department of oral and
                      Maxillofacial Surgery and Pharmacology at Penn Dental
                      Medicine; and an attending of the Department of Maxillofacial
                      Surgery at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and
                      Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Dr. giannakopoulos is also
                      the course director for anesthesia, Pain, and Medical emergen-
cies at Penn Dental Medicine. She received her DDS degree from the University of
illinois College of Dentistry and her MD degree from the Medical College of Pennsyl-
vania-Hahnemann University, and completed postgraduate training in oral and
Maxillofacial Surgery at Penn Dental Medicine.

lee CarraSCo, DDS, MD
                 Dr. Carrasco is assistant Professor of oral and Maxillofacial
                 Surgery-Clinician educator in the Department of oral and
                 Maxillofacial Surgery and Pharmacology at Penn Dental
                 Medicine. He received his MD degree form the University of
                 Miami and earned his DDS degree from the University of
                 Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry. His area of research expertise
                 is in facial trauma and condylar position.


    tuition
    $800 (DentiStS)
    if applicable, one discount may be applied:
    • register by october 6, 2009 and save $50 off full tuition
    • Penn Dental Medicine alumni: 25% discount
    • Penn Dental Medicine Faculty: 50% discount
    • active Duty Military: 25% discount


    loCation
    the robert Schattner Center
    Penn Dental Medicine
    240 South 40th Street
    Philadelphia, Pa 19104




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oral Pathology: an interactive review
(liMiteD to 60 — regiSter earlY!) SatUrDaY, noVeMBer 14, 2009,
9 aM – 1 PM (4 leCtUre CreDit HoUrS)

oral and maxillofacial pathology is commonly encountered in clinical practice, and
may range from the innocuous to the life-threatening and from localized phenomena
to manifestations of systemic disease. there are no age, sex, or racial barriers to the
development of oral pathology. this informative, multimedia program will review the
risk factors, clinical manifestations, diagnosis, and treatment of oral and maxillofacial
pathologies, with a focus on mucosal, soft tissue, and intraosseous lesions. audience-
response-pad technology will be used to encourage interactive audience participation.
this course is geared toward general dentists, specialists, and hygienists.

this Course will enable partiCipants to:
•   recognize and differentiate common types of mucosal and intraosseous pathologies.
•   Become familiar with newer techniques and modalities that are available for diagnosis.

faCulty
Faizan alaWi, DDS
                     Dr. alawi is assistant Professor of Pathology in the Department
                     of Pathology at Penn Dental Medicine and in the Departments of
                     Dermatology and Pathology and laboratory Medicine at Penn’s
                     School of Medicine. He also serves as Director of Penn oral
                     Pathology Services, a full-service oral and maxillofacial pathology
                     laboratory. a respected lecturer who is widely published in clinical
                     and surgical oral and maxillofacial pathology, Dr. alawi currently
serves on the Council on research and Scientific affairs for the american academy of
oral and Maxillofacial Pathology and is a member of the editorial Board of Oral
Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology, Oral Radiology and Endodontology. He re-
ceived his DDS degree from Mcgill University and completed his oral and maxillofacial
pathology training at new York Hospital Medical Center of Queens.


    tuition
    $200 (DentiStS), $100 (aUxiliarieS)
    if applicable, one discount may be applied:
    • register by 10/21/09 and save $25 off full tuition
    • Penn Dental Medicine alumni: 25% discount
    • Penn Dental Medicine Faculty: 50% discount
    • active Duty Military: 25% discount


    loCation
    the robert Schattner Center
    Penn Dental Medicine
    240 South 40th Street
    Philadelphia, Pa 19104




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oral Medicine: From a(phthae)
to x(erostomia)
SatUrDaY, DeCeMBer 5, 2009, 9 aM – 5 PM (7 leCtUre CreDit HoUrS)

there are painful, potentially serious medical disorders that affect the oral and
maxillofacial region and can cause pain, oral mucosal lesions, and dry mouth.
Patients presenting with these disorders can be challenging to diagnose and manage.
new techniques are available for evaluation of these conditions and will guide
the clinician toward proper diagnosis. Management protocols vary based upon the
specific disease affecting the oral and maxillofacial region. this course will highlight
the etiology, clinical presentation, diagnostic techniques, and management protocols
of major causes of neuropathic pain, temporomandibular joint disorders, oral
mucosal diseases, and salivary gland disorders. this course is geared toward general
dentists, dental specialists, dental hygienists, and dental assistants.

this Course will enable partiCipants to:
•   Understand the etiology, clinical presentations, diagnostic techniques, and manage-
    ment protocols of orofacial pain conditions, including trigeminal neuralgia, atypical
    facial pain, burning mouth syndrome, and temporomandibular joint disorders.
•   Understand the etiology, clinical presentations, diagnostic techniques, and
    management protocols of oral mucosal diseases, including lichen planus, pemphi-
    gus vulgaris, mucous membrane pemphigoid, herpes virus infections, and apht-
    hous stomatitis.
•   Understand the etiology, clinical presentations, diagnostic techniques, and
    management protocols of conditions affecting the salivary glands, including
    Sjögren’s syndrome and xerostomia.

faCulty
Martin S. greenBerg, DDS
                     Dr. greenberg is Professor of oral Medicine in the Department
                     of oral Medicine and associate Dean for Hospital affairs at Penn
                     Dental Medicine. He also serves as Chief of oral Medicine at
                     the University of Pennsylvania Medical Center, where he directs
                     a referral service emphasizing oral mucosal diseases, facial pain
                     syndromes, and oral complications in patients with complex
                     medical disorders. He is the senior editor of the recent edition
of Burket’s Oral Medicine and past editor of the oral Medicine Section of Oral
Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology, Oral Radiology and Endodontology. Dr.
greenberg’s major research interests include oral infections in immunocompromised
patients and management of oral mucosal diseases and facial pain syndromes, and
he is widely published in these areas. He earned his DDS degree from Columbia
University School of Dental and oral Surgery, trained in general hospital dentistry at
Queens Medical Center in new York, and completed his oral Medicine residency
at Penn Dental Medicine.
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tHoMaS P. SolleCito, DMD
                       Dr. Sollecito is Professor and Chair of oral Medicine at Penn
                       Dental Medicine; an attending in oral Medicine at the Hospital
                       of the University of Pennsylvania; and a University associate at
                       the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Formerly, he also served
                       as Director of the oral Medicine residency Program and as
                       interim Dean at Penn Dental Medicine. He was the editor and
                       now reviewer of the Medical Management Section of Oral
Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology, Oral Radiology and Endodontology, and he
is a reviewer for the Journal of the American Dental Association and widely pub-
lished. a Fellow in Hospital Dentistry and a Diplomate in Special Care Dentistry and
in oral Medicine, Dr. Sollecito is also a member of oKU and President elect of the
american academy of oral Medicine. He earned his DMD degree at Penn Dental
Medicine and completed his oral Medicine residency there as well.

eriC t. StooPler, DMD
                       Dr. Stoopler is assistant Professor of oral Medicine-Clinician
                       educator at Penn Dental Medicine. He is also the oral Medicine
                       residency Program Director at Penn Dental Medicine and main-
                       tains an active oral medicine practice at the Hospital of the
                       University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Stoopler has authored numerous
                       articles on oral mucosal disease, facial pain, and treatment of
                       medically complex dental patients and is a reviewer for several
dental journals. Dr. Stoopler’s research interests include oral manifestations of
complications associated with multiple myeloma. He earned his DMD degree at
Penn Dental Medicine, completed a general Practice residency at the Brooklyn
Veterans administration Hospital, and went on to complete a Fellowship in oral
Medicine at Penn Dental Medicine. He is a Diplomate with the american Board of
oral Medicine and the american Board of Special Care Dentistry.


 tuition
 $360 (DentiStS), $200 (aUxiliarieS)
 if applicable, one discount may be applied:
 • register by 11/12/09 and save $50 off full tuition
 • Penn Dental Medicine alumni: 25% discount
 • Penn Dental Medicine Faculty: 50% discount
 • active Duty Military: 25% discount


 loCation
 the robert Schattner Center
 Penn Dental Medicine
 240 South 40th Street
 Philadelphia, Pa 19104




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tMJ imaging and Diagnosis:
tomograms, Mris, and
occlusal appliance adjustment
(liMiteD to 36 — regiSter earlY!) SatUrDaY, JanUarY 23, 2010, 8 aM – 5 PM
(5 leCtUre CreDit HoUrS anD 3 HanDS-on PartiCiPation HoUrS)

this course will provide a comprehensive analysis of tMJ imaging through interpreta-
tion of Ct tomograms and Mri images. the rationale for occlusal appliances and their
use with tMD patients will also be covered. a hands-on laboratory session will allow
each participant to learn the proper delivery of a maxillary superior repositioning
splint/nightguard. Participants will receive a reference manual that provides graphic
examples and interpretations for different diagnoses/prognoses of tMJ disorders
and how they present radiographically. this course is geared toward general dentists,
specialists, and hygienists.

this Course will enable partiCipants to:
•   interpret cone-beam Ct and Mri images of the tMJ.
•   Deliver and adjust a maxillary splint/nightguard.

faCulty
norManD BoUCHer, DDS
              Dr. Boucher is Clinical associate Professor of orthodontics at
              Penn Dental Medicine. He holds BS and DDS degrees from
              Mcgill University and earned postdoctoral certificates in ortho-
              dontics and Periodontics from Penn Dental Medicine. His other
              faculty appointments include having previously served as Chief
              of orthodontics at thomas Jefferson University. Dr. Boucher is a
              practicing orthodontist in Wayne and West Chester, Pa.

rYan taMBUrrino, DMD
                Dr. tamburrino is a Clinical associate in the Department of
                orthodontics at Penn Dental Medicine. He holds BSe degrees in
                Biomedical and Mechanical engineering from Duke University
                and earned his DMD degree and certificate in orthodontics at
                Penn Dental Medicine. He also completed training in functional
                occlusion and diagnosis with the aeo-roth/Williams Center and
                andrews’ Six elements Program. He is a practicing orthodontist in
                Wayne and West Chester, Pa.


    tuition                                                loCation
    $400 (DentiStS), $200 (aUxiliarieS)                    the robert Schattner Center
    if applicable, one discount may be applied:            Penn Dental Medicine
    • register by 12/22/09 and save $50 off full tuition   240 South 40th Street
    • Penn Dental Medicine alumni: 25% discount            Philadelphia, Pa 19104
    • Penn Dental Medicine Faculty: 50% discount
    • active Duty Military: 25% discount

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general information
refunD poliCy. Written refund requests (minus a $50 administration fee or 20%, whichever
is less) will be honored if received by four working days prior to a given course. Penn Dental
Medicine is not responsible for the refund of any part of the tuition as a result of emergencies,
unforeseen circumstances, events beyond its control, or no-shows.

Course CreDit. Continuing education credits may not apply toward license renewal in all states.
it is the responsibility of each participant to verify the requirements of his/her state licensing board.
Please check with your state licensing board to ensure that a particular course will meet your
continuing education requirements. all formal CDe courses will include on-site credit award slips.

DisClaimer. the continuing dental education courses offered through Penn Dental Medicine do
not necessarily represent the philosophy of the School and sponsorship of these courses does not
imply subject matter, product, or technique endorsement. Penn Dental Medicine reserves the right
to cancel or postpone any courses, modify the announced course content, limit enrollment, or
change the location, time, date, or speakers due to unforeseen circumstances. in the event that
Penn Dental Medicine cancels a program, the registrant will receive a refund or credit toward
another continuing education course.

weather emergenCies. in the case of inclement weather, call toll free 866-PennCDe (866-
736-6233) for cancellation or postponement announcements on the morning of the course.

Course loCation. Most courses are held at Penn Dental Medicine or sites within the Philadel-
phia region. Directions, room locations, and information on parking and accommodations will be
sent to you upon receipt of registration along with a course confirmation letter.

Developing CDe to meet your professional goals
at Penn Dental Medicine, we want to ensure our continuing education program is meeting your
professional needs and goals. We encourage you to share your course feedback and program ideas:

• visit www.Dental.upenn.eDu/CDe and complete our CDe survey (where you can also
     sign up for CDe course updates).

• email sdm-cde@dental.upenn.edu

• Call toll free to 866-PennCDe (866-736-6233)




Penn Dental Medicine 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. Penn Dental Medicine designates this activity for
the number of continuing education credits listed with each course description.



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mail registration form and payment to: Susan Conroy, robert Schattner Center, University of
Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, Continuing Dental education, 240 S. 40th Street,
Philadelphia, Pa 19104-6030. Checks payable to trustees of the University of Pennsylvania.

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account number__________________________________expiration Date______________________

fax registration form with credit card information to 215-746-7617.
Call toll free, 1-866-PennCDe (1-866-736-6233).

if you require any special accommodations that we should be aware of please call the office at
1-866-736-6233.
Fall 2009 / Winter 2010 CDe Program
implant overDenture therapies                oral pathology:
Faculty: Vicki C. Petropoulos, DMD, MS and   an interaCtive review
Mike gulizio, DMD, MS                        (liMiteD to 60 – regiSter earlY!)
Saturday, october 10, 2009                   Faculty: Faizan alawi, DDS
9 am – 5 pm, 4 lecture credit hours and 3    Saturday, november 14, 2009                                                             non-Profit org.
hands-on participation hours                 9 am – 1 pm, 4 lecture credit hours                                                       U.S. Postage
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lotions, potions, pastes anD more            oral meDiCine: from a(phthae)                                                           Permit no. 2563
                                                                                         Department of Continuing Dental education
Faculty: Sebastian g. Ciancio, DDS           to x(erostomia)                                                                         Philadelphia, Pa
                                                                                         robert Schattner Center
Saturday, october 17, 2009                   Faculty: Martin S. greenberg, DDS, thomas
                                                                                         University of Pennsylvania
9 am – 5 pm, 7 lecture credit hours          P. Sollecito, DMD, eric t. Stoopler, DMD
                                             Saturday, December 5, 2009                  School of Dental Medicine
antibiotiC upDate: an infeCtious             9 am – 5 pm, 7 lecture credit hours         240 South 40th Street
subjeCt that shoulD not bug you                                                          Philadelphia, Pa 19104-6030
Faculty: elliot V. Hersh DMD, MS, PhD        tmj imaging anD Diagnosis:
Saturday, october 31, 2009                   tomograms, mris, anD oCClusal
9 am – 1 pm, 4 lecture credit hours          applianCe aDjustment
                                             (liMiteD to 36 — regiSter earlY!)
nitrous oxiDe/oxygen analgesia               Faculty: normand Boucher, DDS and ryan
CertifiCation Course                         tamburrino, DMD
(liMiteD to 24 — regiSter earlY!)            Saturday, January 23, 2010
Faculty: Helen giannakopoulos, DDS, MD       8 am – 5 pm, 5 lecture credit hours and
and lee Carrasco, DDS, MD                    3 hands-on participation hours
Friday, november 6, 2009
6 pm – 9 pm, 3 lecture credit hours          See full course descriptions inside!
Saturday, november 7, 2009                   visit www.Dental.upenn.eDu/CDe
9 am – 5 pm, 4 lecture credit hours and      for more information or call 866-PennCDe
3 hands-on participation hours               (866-736-6233).
Date and time to be determined
4 hands-on participation hours

								
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