Special Events Please join us on a spectacular journey to the renowned California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park. Explore the four-story tropical rainforest, experience the penguins of the African Hall, watch the aquatic life in the deepest coral reef exhibit in the world, and fear a towering T-rex skeleton! Nearly 10 years and $500 million in the making, the new academy is a masterpiece of sustainable architecture. The building blends seamlessly into the park’s natural setting and is filled with hundreds of innovative exhibits and thousands of extraordinary plants and animals. Friday, Sept. 11 6:15 p.m. Gather in front of the Moscone West Convention Center to load the buses. 6:30 p.m. The buses will depart for the California Academy of Sciences. 7–11 p.m. Enjoy the museum exhibits and heavy appetizers. Return buses will be available beginning at 9 p.m. and will continue until 11 p.m. Cost: $65 Event: 042 Sunday Brunch Sept. 13, 8:30–10 a.m. CDA is offering a Sunday morning brunch for members and their staff attending CDA Presents. This special event featuring delicious food will provide attendees the opportunity to socialize with friends, colleagues and exhibitors. The exhibit hall will open before C.E. courses begin, allowing brunch attendees time to enjoy the food and take advantage of Sunday-only exhibit floor specials. The menu will include full brunch, coffee and orange juice. Get your tickets early. On-site tickets will be available on a limited basis. Cost: $5 Event: 043 The Spot Your lounge for learning, networking and fun CDA Presents is excited to bring you a dynamic and interactive new area in the exhibit hall — The Spot. The contemporary lounge is The Spot for you to learn, network and have fun. You can earn C.E. credit, see new products, plan your office renovation, check your e-mail, or enjoy a cup of coffee and relax with friends. The Spot will feature: • An educational theater providing C.E. credits • Product demos • An office design center • A live art board • An Internet Café • WiFi access • C.E. stations • Coffee and snack shop • Cool, contemporary furniture for lounging Experience it on the second level of Moscone West, Friday and Saturday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Sunday 9 a.m.–2 p.m. Headlining Speakers David A. Garber, DMD Restorative Dentistry Accelerated Esthetic Restorative Dentistry: Choices, Saturday lecture Alternatives and Options James R. Dunn, DDS Restorative Dentistry Esthetic Restorative Treatments and the Visual Sunday lecture Communication Tools Needed in a Contemporary Practice Ronald Jackson, DDS, FAGD, AFAACD, DABAD Restorative Dentistry Giving Your Patients Something to Smile About: Friday lecture Composite Artistry Composite Artistry Workshop Saturday workshop John O. Burgess, DDS, MS Dental Materials Restorative Materials Update Friday lecture Improving Composite Resin Restorations Saturday workshop Debbie Castagna, Virginia Moore Practice Management Rejuvenate Your Practice — It’s Easier Than You Think Friday morning lecture The Comprehensive New Patient Experience: From Friday afternoon lecture “Thank You for Calling” to “When Can We Start?” Headlining Speakers Joseph A. Blaes, DDS Assistant Program Temporization Made Easy Friday workshop Pearls for the Dental Assistant: Understanding Saturday morning lecture Dental Materials and Techniques The Journey to Becoming an Outstanding Saturday afternoon lecture Dental Assistant Bruce J. Crispin, DDS; Charles W. Wakefield, DDS, ABGD Esthetic Dentistry Perfecting Esthetic Results: Chairside Techniques Friday and Saturday to Optimize Direct and Indirect Restorations — workshop Two-Day Workshop Joseph J. Massad, DDS; Walter F. Turbyfill, DMD Prosthodontics/Removables Dueling Dentures Match at Ringside With Friday morning lecture Joe Massad and Jack Turbyfill Exquisite Complete and Implant-Retained Friday afternoon lecture Overdentures Calibrated for the General Practitioner The Ultimate Prosthetic and Implant Impressioning Saturday workshop Experience John D. West, DDS, MSD Endodontics 21st Century Endodontics: What Every General Saturday lecture Practitioner Should Know Mastering Safe, Simple and Superefficient Endodontics Sunday workshop Thursday Express Lecture Series Short on time but need C.E. credits? Turn to the Express Lecture Series. These short and engaging Thursday courses will provide informative content from up-and-coming speakers. Kick off your show experience with some express C.E.! Howard H. Chi, DMD, MA Sports Dentistry and Trauma This course will provide participants information on the role and responsibility of being a dentist for sport teams and how to handle dental trauma when a player sustains an injury. Room Moscone West — 3014/16 Time 1:30–3 p.m. Audience DDS, RDH, RDA, dental student C.E. units Cat. I — 1.5 Learning Outcomes 1. Know the importance and role of a team dentist. 2. Recognize the value of having a team dentist and diagnosis and handle dental trauma. 3. Establish background on how to educate the sporting community on the importance of a team dentist. Scott Parker, DDS Composite Layering Technique: Simple Steps for Predictable Results Direct composite restorations are the foundation of most general dental practices today, yet restoring them with confidence and predictability can be a source of great frustration. This course will integrate an understanding of materials and their application to restorations in all types of situations. Attendees will leave with a greater understanding of how to make these restorations not only simple, but also esthetic so as to inspire patients. Room Moscone West — 3018/20 Time 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Audience DDS, RDH, RDA, dental student, C.E. units Cat. I — 1.5 office staff Learning Outcomes 1. Understand tooth shading and color and the application to composite systems. 2. Learn layering techniques to obtain better esthetics as well as increase the longevity and durability of the restoration. 3. Learn how to dramatically decrease sensitivity in direct restorations. Thursday Express Lecture Series Short on time but need C.E. credits? Turn to the Express Lecture Series. These short and engaging Thursday courses will provide informative content from up-and-coming speakers. Kick off your show experience with some express C.E.! Michael S. Simmons, DMD Snoring to Sleep Apnea — Why Dentistry and Why Now Screening for and co-treating sleep-disordered breathing is becoming increasingly popular for dental offices because of the epidemic and unmet need in our society. This course validates why the dental team should be aware of sleep disorders and be able to triage such problems. Through a PowerPoint presentation and video clips, participants will receive information about the different types of sleep disorders and which of them fall under the scope of dentistry. Participants will also learn about normal and abnormal sleep physiology, screening and diagnosis of these disorders, and current approaches and therapies provided by trained dental teams. Room Moscone West — 3014/16 Time 9–10:30 a.m. Audience DDS, RDH, RDA, dental student, C.E. units Cat. I — 1.5 office staff, lab tech, spouse Learning Outcomes 1. Recognize the need for and be able to take the first steps in screening patients for sleep-disordered breathing. 2. Understand the most common sleep disorders and why dentistry should be more involved in this field. 3. Describe treatment approaches for specific sleep disorders through interventions provided by dentistry. Kerry K. Straine Increase Your Profitability and Practice Value in These Uncertain Economic Times Patient care and profitability principles do go hand-in-hand. Learn “best practices” strategies for generating results that reflect your vision and values. Aligning your team to the mission of your practice is a result of your clarity, character and commitment. Move from analyst to catalyst, become a champion for strategic change, adding value to your organization, your patients and team members. Room Moscone West — 3018/20 Time 3:30–5 p.m. Audience DDS, dental student, office staff C.E. units none Learning Outcomes 1. Establish realistic benchmarks. 2. Develop a relevant and resilient practice, a result of accurate thinking, not positive thinking. 3. Model healthy behaviors and emotions that will ignite and inspire your team. Dental Board Required Courses California Dental Practice Act and Infection Control — Ticketed Admission Only Every renewal cycle, California law requires licensed dentists and allied dental health professionals to complete two units in infection control and two units in the California Dental Practice Act in Category I. CDA is proud to present the following courses that will fulfill these required units for license renewal. Please Note: • Admission to these C.E. courses will be by ticket only. • You may purchase your tickets in advance by registering online at cda.org/sf09 for immediate confirmation or completing the registration form on Page 464. Tickets are $20 and will guarantee your seat in the course. • If available, tickets will also be sold on-site at the Ticket Booth located in the registration area of the Moscone West Convention Center. • There will be no late entries allowed. The California mandatory education requires 2 full hours for credit. It is strongly recommended that you arrive a minimum of 15 minutes in advance of the published starting time. • Seating is limited. Tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. • Licensees are only required to attend one class on the California Dental Practice Act and one class on infection control. Infection Control for California Dental Board requirement for 2 units: This program provides you with the latest educational requirements specific to CCR section 1005, the Dental Board of California Infection Control Regulations, to include handwashing techniques, sterilization and disinfection protocols. Also discussed will be the Cal-OSHA bloodborne pathogen standard, California Department of Health services waste management and CDC/ ADA recommendations. California Dental Practice Act Dental Board requirement for 2 units: This seminar meets the new C.E. requirement for California Dental Practice Act education and discusses information and updates to the Dental Practice Act regulations on scope of practice, acts in violation of the Dental Practice Act and attending regulations, and other statutory mandates relating to the dental practice. This includes utilization and scope of practice for auxiliaries; scope of practice for dentists; laws governing the prescribing of drugs; citations, fines, revocation and suspension; and license renewal. Other Programs If you are unable to attend one of the required courses offered at the 2009 CDA Presents meeting, you may view the C.E. calendar at cda.org for programs at your local component societies or utilize CDA e-Learning. Required courses will be recorded and available for purchase. Dental Board Required Courses Thursday, Sept. 10, 2009 Room Moscone West Time 1–3 p.m. California Dental Practice Act — 3001/3/5 Robyn Thomason Fee $20 Course # 001 Room Moscone West Time 3:30–5:30 p.m. Infection Control — 3007/9/11 Leslie D. Canham, RDA Fee $20 Course # 002 Friday, Sept. 11, 2009 Room Moscone West Time 7–9 a.m. California Dental Practice Act — 3007/9/11 Arthur W. Curley, JD Fee $20 Course # 003 Room Moscone West Time 5–7 p.m. Infection Control — 3001/3/5 Leslie D. Canham, RDA Fee $20 Course # 004 Saturday, Sept. 12, 2009 Room Moscone West Time 7–9 a.m. California Dental Practice Act — 3007/9/11 Arthur W. Curley, JD Fee $20 Course # 005 Room Moscone West Time 5–7 p.m. Infection Control — 3001/3/5 Nancy L. Andrews, RDH Fee $20 Course # 006 Sunday, Sept. 13, 2009 Room Moscone West Time Noon–2 p.m. California Dental Practice Act — 3001/3/5 Robyn Thomason Fee $20 Course # 007 Room Moscone West Time 8–10 a.m. Infection Control — 3007/9/11 Nancy L. Andrews, RDH Fee $20 Course # 008 The Art and Science of Dentistry Special Events and Tours Membership Party 042 Fri. $65 Advance registration deadline: Aug 4, 2009 Sunday Brunch 043 Sun. $5 Invisalign Clear Essentials I 044 Fri. $1,695 INSTRUCTOR COURSE # DAY/A.M./P.M. FEE Required Courses Registration Categories and Fees California Dental Practice Act Thomason 001 Thursday $20 Infection Control Canham 002 Thursday $20 CDA member dentists will receive one complimentary badge. All other membership categories must California Dental Practice Act Curley 003 Friday $20 pay $20 per guest. Please include license number and title for allied dental health professionals. Infection Control Canham 004 Friday $20 Dental Registration Categories Advance Reg. On-site California Dental Practice Act Curley 005 Saturday $20 Infection Control Andrews 006 Saturday $20 A CDA member dentist Free Free California Dental Practice Act Thomason 007 Sunday $20 B ADA life member Free Free Infection Control Andrews 008 Sunday $20 C ADA member residing outside of CA $200 $225 Thursday Workshops, Sept. 10 D Member dentist of recognized dental society outside of U.S. $200 $225 Radiosurgery vs. Lasers Barr/Sherman 009 Full Day $325 E ADA member active-duty military dentist (VA, federal, state dentist) $50 $75 Forensic Cardoza/Wood 010 a.m.(DDS) $150 F Non-ADA member active-duty military dentist $365 $390 011 a.m. (staff) $125 G CA Nonmember dentist (one-time rate) $75 $75 012 p.m. (DDS) $150 013 p.m. (staff) $125 H Nonmember dentist $800 $890 X-ray Hauser/Johnson/Liberman 014 a.m. $140 I Inactive dental license $250 $275 015 p.m. $140 J Dental student/CDA member Free Free Friday Workshops, Sept. 11 K Dental student/graduate/non-member $25 $50 Temporaries Blaes 016 a.m. $195 017 p.m. $195 Please Note: Dentists may register staff and guests, but not other dentists. Dentists may not Implants Ehsan 018 Full Day $595 register under any category except dentist and nonmembers must be identified. Practice Transition Track (junior DDS) Industry Speakers 019 Full Day $75 Practice Transition Track (senior DDS) Industry Speakers 020 Full Day $75 Allied Dental Health Professional Categories Restorative Dentistry/2-day Wakefield/Crispin 021 Fri.& Sat. $850 Digital Photography Young 022 a.m. $195 ADHP includes RDA, RDH, RDA(EF), RDH(EF), RDHAP, DA, Business Administrative Staff (AS), and 023 p.m. $195 Dental Laboratory Technician (LT). Include license number and type on form when registering. Saturday Workshops, Sept. 12 L ADHP CDA member* Free Free Materials Burgess 024 a.m. $235 M Guest of ADHP CDA member $20 $25 025 p.m. $235 QuickBooks (basic) Gunn 026 a.m. $140 N ADHP Non-CDA member registering with a dentist $10 $25 QuickBooks (advanced) Gunn 027 p.m. $140 O ADHP Non-CDA member registering without a dentist $20 $25 QuickBooks (basic and advanced) Gunn 028 Full Day $195 P Guest of ADHP Non-CDA member $20 $25 Crown Lengthening Hempton 029 Full Day $595 Q International dentist working as a licensed hygienist $20 $25 Composite Restoration Jackson 030 a.m. $245 031 p.m. $245 (not licensed in the U.S.; Non-CDA ADHP member) Mini Implants participant) LaBarre 032 Full Day $1,295 R International dentist working as official staff (requires $20 $25 Mini Implants (observer) LaBarre 033 Full Day $495 letter of verification from the dentist who owns the office) Removable Prosthodontics Massad 034 4.0 hours $325 Restorative Dentistry/2-day Wakefield/Crispin 021 Fri.& Sat. $850 Other Registration Categories Office of Your Dreams Industry Speakers 035 Full Day $75 TDIC Risk Management Course – See Page 44 of Preliminary Program for registration information. S Non-exhibiting dental dealer, manufacturer, consultant $150 $175 T Non dental professional (MD, DVM, RN etc.) $150 $175 Sunday Workshops, Sept. 13 U Guest of dentist (One complimentary per dentist*) Free Free Recognize Embezzlement/DDS Gunn 036 4.0 hours $50 Recognize Embezzlement/DDS & Spouse 037 4.0 hours $75 V Non-dental guest of dentist $10 $25 Periodontics Hoexter 038 4.0 hours $450 Pediatric Dentistry Psaltis/Dayton 039 3.5 hours (DDS) $295 *An ADHP member is a dental professional who is not a dentist but has and independent, 040 3.5 hours (RDA) $125 paid membership with CDA. Endodontics West 041 4.0 hours $395 TDIC Risk Management Course – See Page 58 of Preliminary Program for registration information. Photocopy for additional registrants. Only one dentist per form. ADVANCE REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS AuG 4, 2009. REGISTER TODAY! n Registration is available online at cda.org/sf09 Primary Registrant (print or type) Membership dues must be paid for the current year. n It is recommended that you register online to secure an immediate seat in a workshop or special Name event, which have limited space. LAST, FIRST, MI n You should receive your badges at least two weeks prior to the meeting. Please notify CDA if your materials are not received in this time. Mailing will begin July 13. Mailing Address Affix address label here from back cover STREET, P.O. BOX, SUITE, ETC. n Refund requests for ticketed programs must be made in writing and materials returned to the CDA office no later than Aug. 10, 2009. CITY/STATE/ZIP CODE n If you prefer to fax or mail your registration, please fax your form to 916.498.6178 or mail to: CDA Presents, 1201 K St., 16th Floor, Sacramento, CA 95814 Area Code/Phone # Area Code/Fax # Mailed/faxed forms are processed in the order received n Complete all areas of the registration form legibly. Include formal first and last names, badge catego- License # ADA # ries (See previous page) and license numbers for the licensed dental professionals. Licensed staff DENTISTS AND DENTAL STUDENTS ONLY must include license number and formal name as listed with the Dental Board to ensure that E-Mail proper continuing education credits are granted. n CDA member dentists and one staff/guest will receive complimentary registration. All other staff/ Is the above address ❏ Home ❏ Office ❏ Other ❏ Check here if new address guests (non-dentists) will be charged a registration fee of $10 per person if registering with a CDA Please check here if you require special assistance. n I do not wish to receive promotional materials. member dentist. p❏ Primary Registrant (print or type) Registration Workshops and Required Courses Total Fees LAST NAME FORMAL FIRST NAME + MIDDLE INITIAL CATEGORY LETTER LICENSE # TITLE FEE $ FEE $ COURSE # FEE $ COURSE # FEE $ COURSE # FEE $ PRIMARY REGISTRANT ONLY Staff/Guest Badges (Dentists cannot be registered as guests /staff) Registration Workshops and Required Courses Total Fees LAST NAME FORMAL FIRST NAME + MIDDLE INITIAL CATEGORY LETTER LICENSE # TITLE FEE $ FEE $ COURSE # FEE $ COURSE # FEE $ COURSE # FEE $ 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. EVENT # FEE $ QUANTITY Total Fees Special Event Tickets: This area is for the purchase of membership party and special event tickets. X = Please indicate the total number of tickets per event you wish to purchase in the adjacent area. Use the above area to purchase registrant-specific workshop tickets and special event tickets. X = n Check or Money Order n VISA Credit Card # Exp. Date (PAYABLE TO CALIFORNIA DENTAL ASSOCIATION) Grand Total n MasterCard Signature SIGNATURE INDICATES APPROVAL FOR CHARGES TO YOUR ACCOUNT n AMEX Printed Name $ PLEASE PRINT NAME AS IT APPEARS ON CARD H a ve a qu e s tion ? C all 800.Cda.s m ile ( 232.7645).
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