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									                                    CURRICULUM VITAE


                           William Litt Perry, D.D.S., F.A.C.D.

  Residence:   12481 Radoyka Drive                     Birth place:    Midland, Texas
               Saratoga, CA 95070
  Office:      100 Los Gatos – Saratoga Rd.
               Suite C
               Los Gatos, California 95032             Birth date:     November 02, 1959
  E-mail:      drwillperry@att.net                     Spouse:         Molly
  Phone:       Home: 408-352-5308                      Children:       Dylan 14
               Mobile: 408-892-3665
               Office: 408-399-9205
               Office Fax: 408-399-9207




                       Parenteral Sedation Residency, Miami Valley Hospital; 2001-2002
Education
                       Baylor College of Dentistry, Dallas, TX; 1983-1987, D.D.S. (Dentistry)

                       Austin College, Sherman, TX; 1978-1982, B.A. (Biology/Liberal Arts)

                       Dallas Theological Seminary - Lay Institute; 1983-1987 (Various Courses)


                       Baylor College of Dentistry, Dallas, TX; 1987-1989
Teaching
                        Part-Time Instructor, Operative Department, Dental Anatomy Lab
Experience

                       Advisory Panel for Great Lakes Prosthodontics; 1999 to 2003
Research
                       Baylor College of Dentistry, Dallas, TX, Student Fellowship,
                        “Mercury Hypersensitivity at B.C.O.D.”; 1984

                       University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX:
                        Lab Technician under James C. Thompson, M.D.. Duties: Participated in
                        surgical procedures and carried out research protocols with animals
                        regarding gastrointestinal hormone studies. Summer 1980.

                       University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX;
                        Lab Technician under James C. Thompson, M.D.;
                        Duties: Participated in animal studies using RIA techniques to determine
                        level of gastrointestinal hormones in blood before and after various methods
                        of stimulation. Austin College, January term independent study; January,
                        1980

                       University of Texas Health Science Center at Dallas, Dallas, TX
                        Participated in Burn Research under Charles R. Baxter, M.D.
                        Duties: Harvested skin from human cadavers for grafting and tested for
                        microbial infection; Summer, 1979

                       University of Texas Health Science Center at Dallas, Dallas, TX,
                        Participated in Burn Research under Charles R. Baxter, M.D.
                        Duties: Animal Research, “Effects of Nicotinic Acid on ECF Release After
                        Obtaining a Burn.” Harvested skin from human cadavers for grafting and
                    tested for microbial infection; Summer, 1978.


                   “Digital Solutions, A Path To Beauty!,”“The Indirect Procedure – Neoss
Presentations
                    Implant To Final Restoration,” sponsored by 3M ESPE/Neoss, Brabants’s
                    Dental Laboratory, Sacramento, California, March 06, 2009 – 4 hours

                   2008 Dental Laboratory Association of Texas DFW Southwest Expo,
                    “Implants For Troubled Dentists,” Omni Mandalay of Las Colinas Hotel,
                    Irving, Texas, March 15, 2008 – 4 Hours

                   California Academy of General Dentistry Master Track Program, Protocol
                    Program, “Removable Prosthodontics; Implants, Roots Retention, Plates and
                    Partials,” Wyndham Hotel, San Jose, California, November 01, 2007 - 8
                    Hours

                   Study club presentations for referring specialists

                   Table clinic, “Articulator and Facebow/Earbow Modification for Accurate
                    Maxillary Cast Mounting Relative to Both Terminal Hinge Axis and Facial
                    Space Planes,” American Academy of Restorative Dentistry,
                    Chicago, IL; February 22, 2004

                   Table Clinic, “Articulator and Facebow/Earbow Modification for Accurate
                    Maxillary Cast Mounting Relative to Both Terminal Hinge Axis and Facial
                    Space Planes,” American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics,
                    Chicago, IL; February 21, 2004

                   Poster Presentation, “Articulator and Facebow/Earbow Modification for
                    Accurate    Maxillary Cast Mounting Relative to Both Terminal Hinge Axis
                                                                               th
                    and Facial Space Planes,” American Equilibration Society 49 Annual
                    Meeting, Chicago, IL; February 18, 2004

                   Table Clinic, “Articulator and Facebow/Earbow Modification for Accurate
                    Maxillary Cast Mounting Relative to Both Terminal Hinge Axis and Facial
                    Space Planes,” International Academy of Gnathology, Santa Fe, NM;
                    September 18, 2003

                   Dental Laboratory Association of Texas DFW Southwest Expo, “Study of
                    Articulators for Dentist/Technician Communication,” DFW Marriot North,
                    Irving, Texas, April 5, 2003

                   Podium Presentation, “Immediate Implant Provisionalization, Functional
                    and Non-Functional Loading,” Northeast Tarrant County Study Club;
                    December, 2002

                   Presentations in United States to Study Groups, Dentists and Technicians
                    regarding the restoration aspects of implants through speakers bureau of
                    Sulzer, Paragon, Centerpulse, Zimmer

                   Podium Presentation, “Impressive Impressions -Tips,” Centric Ceramics
                    Dental Laboratory; June 06, 2001

                   Podium Presentation, “Impressive Impressions -Tips,” Functional Esthetic
                    Dental Laboratory; March 3, 1999

                   Case Presentation, “Fixed-Removable Implant Case,
                    F/ Implant Hybrid Denture,” Southwest Academy of Restorative Dentistry,
                    Scientific Session; January, 1998

                   Podium Presentation, “Prevalence of Mercury Hypersensitivity in
                    Dental Students,” Irving Dental Study Club; November, 1986

                   “Prevalence of Mercury Hypersensitivity in Dental Students,”
                    Irving Dental Study Club; November, 1986
                   Research presented at IADR/AADR by Edward G. Miller, Ph.D.; March 1985

                   “Prevalence of Mercury Hypersensitivity in Dental Students,”
                    Baylor College of Dentistry, Student Clinic Presentation; 1984


                   Podium Presentation, “Mercury Hygiene at Baylor College of Dentistry,”
                    Dallas County Dental Society; December, 1984

                   California State License; 2008
Awards
                   IV Sedation Permit, Texas; 2002

                   Membership into American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics; 2001

                   Fellow of the American College of Dentists; 2000

                   Diplomate of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists; 2000

                   Fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists; 2000

                   Master of the Implant Prosthodontic Section of the ICOI; 2000

                   Membership into The Southwest Academy of Restorative Dentistry; 1996

                   Membership into The International Academy of Gnathology; 1994

                   Certified Dental Technician NBC Comprehensive Exam; 1988

                   Texas State License; 1987

                   Baylor College of Dentistry Dental Clinic Award; 1984

                   Baylor College of Dentistry Student Research Fellowship; 1984

                   National Dental Boards Parts 1 and 2

                   Santa Clara Dental Society
Professional
Development        Private Practice
and Service -       o Los Gatos, California                      2009 -Present
Affiliations        o Locum Tenens Texas & California            2007-2009
                    o Irving, Texas                              1987-2007

                   Southwest Academy of Restorative Dentistry
                    o Governing Council Member       2000-2009
                    o Immediate Past President        2008-2009
                    o President                       2007-2008
                    o President Elect                 2006-2007
                    o Secretary/Treasurer             2001-2004
                    o Program Chairman                2000-2004
                    o Local Arrangements Chairman 2000-2003

                   Dallas County Dental Society
                    o Board of Directors         2000-2003
                    o Clinician Host             1998-2004 Southwest Dental Conference
                    o Class Captain              1993 Dallas Mid-Winter Meeting
                    o Peer Review Committee 1988-1992

                   Texas Dental Association
                    o Delegate or Alternate Delegate 1990-1992
                   American Dental Society of Anesthesiology
                  American Dental Association

                  American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics

                  DOCS

                  American College of Dentists

                  American Equilibration Society

                  Prosthodontic Section of the ICOI

                  Southwest Prosthodontic Society

                  Irving Dental Lab Study

                  International Academy of Gnathology

                  International Congress of Oral Implantologists

                  Staff member of Irving Health Care Hospital; 1989-1991

                  Own and operate dental laboratory; 1982-1987

                  Worked in and/or owned dental laboratory since 1970

                  Perform much of my own dental lab work, fixed and removable

Publications      “Diagnosis and Treatment of MPD, The Art of Articulation,” Great Lakes
                   Prosthodontics Newsletter, Vol.1, No. 3, pp 1–4; December, 2003

                  “A New Design Concept for Implant Supported Overdentures,” LMT; 2002

                  “Prevalence of Mercury Hypersensitivity in Dental Students,”
                   Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry, Vol. 58, No. 2, pp. 235-237; August, 1987

                  Research Published in IADR abstracts; 1985


Continuing        American Academy of Restorative Dentistry
Education          o   The American Academy of Restorative Dentistry Scientific Session,
                       Multiple Presenters, The Drake Hotel, Chicago, Illinois; February 27 - 28,
                       2010 - 12 hours

                   o   The American Academy of Restorative Dentistry 74th Annual Meeting,
                       Multiple Presenters, Chicago Drake; February 21-22, 2004 - 16 hours

                   o   The American Academy of Restorative Dentistry 72nd Annual Meeting,
                       Multiple Presenters, Chicago Drake; February 23-24, 2002 - 16 hours

                   o   The American Academy of Restorative Dentistry 71st Annual Meeting,
                       Multiple Presenters, Chicago Drake; February 23-24, 2001 - 16 hours

                   o   The American Academy of Restorative Dentistry 69th Annual Meeting,
                       Multiple Presenters, Chicago Drake; February 21-22, 1999 - 16 hours

                   o   The American Academy of Restorative Dentistry 68th Annual Meeting,
                       Multiple Presenters, Chicago Drake; February 21-22, 1998 –
                       16 hours
   American Academy of Fixed Prosthonontics

    o   The American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics, 59th Annual Scientific
        Session, Chicago Marriott Hotel Downtown Hotel, February 26–27, 2010
        – 13.5 hours

    o   The American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics, 53rd Annual Scientific
        Session, Downtown Marriott; February 20–21, 2004 - 16 hours

    o   The American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics, 52nd Annual Scientific
        Session, Downtown Marriott, March 1-2, 2003 - 16 hours

    o   The American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics, 51st Annual Scientific
        Session, Downtown Marriott, February 22-23, 2002 - 16 hours

    o   The American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics, 50th Annual Scientific
        Session, “Foundation for a Century of Progress,” Downtown Marriott;
        February 25–26, 2001 – 16 hours

    o   The American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics, 49th Annual Scientific
        Session, Downtown Marriott; February, 2000 - 16




   International Academy of Gnathology

    o   International Academy of Gnathology, Congress XXIV, Tucson, Arizona;
        September 23-26, 2009 - 22 hours

    o   International Academy of Gnathology, Congress XXI, Santa Fe, New
        Mexico; September 17-20, 2003 - 22 hours

    o   International Academy of Gnathology, Congress XX, Colorado Springs,
        Colorado; September, 2001 - 22 hours

    o   International Academy of Gnathology, “Occlusion: Exploring the
        Differences, Embracing Similarities,” Congress XIX, Sea Island Georgia,
        The Cloister; October 27-30, 1999 - 22 hours

    o   “Gnathology: Growing Toward the New Millennium,” International
        Academy of Gnathology, Congress XVIII; San Diego, CA., October 22-
        25, 1997 - 22 hours

    o   “A Salute to the Future of Gnathology – Our Younger Generation,”
        International Academy of Gnathology, Congress XVII; San Diego, CA.,
        September 27-30, 1995 - 22 hours

   Southwest Academy of Restorative Dentistry

    o   Southwest Academy of Restorative Dentistry – Scientific Session,
        Multiple Presenters, Dallas, Texas, January, 21, 2010 - 6 Hours

    o   “Something Old and Something New: Partial Dentures and
        Attachments,” M. Nader Sharifi, D.D.S., M.S., Southwest Academy of
        Restorative Dentistry – Scientific Session, January, 22, 2009 - 6 Hours

    o   “The Etiology of the Severely Worn Dentition,” Robert J. Cronin Jr.,
        D.D.S., M.S., “The Progressive Functional and Physiological Adaption of
        the Stomatognathic System,” Ronald G. Presswood, D.D.S., Southwest
        Academy of Restorative Dentistry – Scientific Session, January, 17, 2008
    - 7 Hours

o   “Current Occlusion Concepts 2007: Where is the Science?,” Terry
    Tanaka, D.D.S., Southwest Academy of Restorative Dentistry – Scientific
    Session, January, 18, 2007 - 7 Hours

o   “Problem Solving and Treatment Planning Guidelines For the Restorative
    Dentist,” “Concepts of Complete Dentistry: Evaluation, Diagnosis and
    Treatment of Occlusal Problems,” “TMD: An Orthopedic Perspective,”
    Southwest Academy of Restorative Dentistry Scientific Session, DeWitt
    Wilkerson, D.M.D., Robert L. Talley, D.D.S.; January 26, 2006 - 7 hours

o   “Ultraconservative Full Veneer Preparations,” Jeffrey Rouse, D.D.S.,
    Southwest Academy of Restorative Dentistry – Scientific Session,
    January, 8, 2004 - 7 Hours

o   Southwest Academy of Restorative Dentistry Scientific Session, Jesse
    Bullard, D.D.S., Billy Robbins, D.D.S., Urs Belser; January 29, 2003 -
    7 hours

o   “Diagnostic Guidelines and Clinical Principals Required for Esthetic
    Success,” Southwest Dental Conference, Robert R. Winter, D.D.S;
    January 11, 2002 – 7 hours

o   “Implant Dentistry, Surgical and Restorative,” Southwest Academy of
    Restorative Dentistry, 46th Scientific Session, Urs Belser; 2001- 7 hours

o   “A Problem Oriented Approach To Fixed Restorative Care,” Urs Belser,
    Southwest Academy of Restorative Dentistry, 45th Scientific Session;
    March 9, 2000 - 7 hours

o   “Hard and Soft Tissue Grafting for Conventional and Implant Dentistry to
    Enhance Esthetics,” “Successfully Treating Complex Restorative Cases,”
    The Anatomy of a Smile-Guidelines for Esthetic Contouring,” Southwest
    Academy of Restorative Dentistry, Scientific Program,
    Donald P. Callan, D.D.S., David C. Hildebrand, D.D.S., James C.
    Kessler, D.D.S. March 11, 1999 - 7 hours

o   “The Death of Conservative Dentistry and the Unacceptability of Ceramo-
    metal Restorations,” Southwest Academy of Restorative Dentistry,
    Scientific Program, Tom Colquitt, D.D.S. – Private Practice, Shreveport,
    LA, UTHSCSA; “Clinical Significance of Interocclusal Space in
    Restorative Dentistry,” James Rivers, D.M.D., UTHSCSA; January 22,
    1998 – 7 hours

o   “Dental Implants in Combination with Natural Teeth for Complex
    Restorations,” James Rivers, D.M.D., “Cosmetic Techniques Using
    Empress Porcelain Veneers and Crowns,” Kenneth Hamlett, D.D.S.,
    “Obstructive Sleep Apnea Appliances and Equilibration Concepts,” Keith
    Thornton, D.D.S., Southwest Academy of Restorative Dentistry,
    Scientific Program; January 16, 1997 - 7 hours

o   “Divergent Implants and Complex Restorations,” Southwest Academy of
    Restorative Dentistry, Jon Finley, D.D.S., “The Keys to Ease in Implant
    Dentistry,” Burt Melton, D.D.S., Southwest Academy of Restorative
    Dentistry, Scientific Program; January 25, 1996 - 7 hours

o   “The Restorative/Orthodontic Interface: An Interdisciplinary Dentofacial
    Perspective,” Southwest Academy of Restorative Dentistry, Scientific
    Program, Richard D. Roblee, D.D.S., M.S.; January 25, 1995 - 7 hours

o   “Meeting the Esthetic Challenge,” Southwest Academy of Restorative
        Dentistry Scientific Program, James C. Kessler, D.D.S., OUSD, Michael
        P. Kenna D.D.S., OUSD; January 16, 1992 – 7 hours

   American Equilibration Society

    o   “2004 TMD Update,” American Equilibration Society 49th Annual
        Meeting, Chicago Downtown Marriott; February 18 - 19, 2004 - 16 hours

    o   American Equilibration Society 48th Annual Meeting, Chicago Downtown
        Marriott; February, 2002 - 16 hours

    o   American Equilibration Society 47th Annual Meeting, Chicago Downtown
        Marriott; February 20-21, 2002 - 16 hours

    o   “Diagnosis and Treatment of the Masticatory System,” American
        Equilibration Society 46th Annual Meeting, Chicago Downtown Marriott;
        February 21 - 22, 2001 – 16 hours

    o   “Occlusion in the Third Millennium,” American Equilibration Society 45th
        Annual Meeting, Chicago Downtown Marriott; February 23-24, 2000 – 16
        hours

    o   American Equilibration Society 44th Annual Meeting, Chicago Mid-
        Winter; February, 1999 - 16 hours

    o   “Form, Function and Esthetics – Masticatory System Dynamics,”
        American Equilibration Society 43rd Annual Meeting, Chicago Mid-
        Winter; February 18-19, 1998 - 16 hours



   L.D. Pankey Institute

    o   Continuum Level V, “Complex Interdisciplinary Considerations,”
        L. D. Pankey Institute; March 1-6, 1998 - 52 hours

    o   Continuum Level IV, “Posterior Considerations in Restorative Dentistry,”
        L. D. Pankey Institute, April 6-11, 1997 - 52 hours

    o   Continuum Level III, “Excellence in Anterior Guidance and Esthetics,”
        L. D. Pankey Institute, April 28-May 3, 1996 - 52 hours

    o   Continuum Level II, “Occlusion, TMJ Dysfunction, and Appliance Therapy
        in the Restorative Practice,” L. D. Pankey Institute; June 4-9, 1995 - 52
        hours

    o   Continuum Level I, “A Journey to Excellence: Introduction to the Pankey
        Philosophy & Technique, the Examination,” L. D. Pankey Institute;
        November 6-11, 1994 - 52 hours

   Southwest Dental Conference

    o   “Restorative Materials Update,” Jeff J. Brucia, D.D.S., “Allergies and the
        Periodontium,” “Oral Health in Cancer Therapy,” Jacqueline M.
        Plemmons, D.D.S., M.S..Southwest Dental Conference, January 23-24,
        2009 - 12 hours

    o    “Stress Free Oral Surgery for the General Practitioner,” Robert R.
        Edwab, D.D.S., Southwest Dental Conference, January 27, 2006 - 7
        hours

    o   “Contemporary Occlusion: Scientific Rationale and Parameters for
        Predictability,” Brian S. Vance, D.D.S., Southwest Dental Conference,
        January 9, 2004 - 7 hours

    o   “Restorative Excellence and Esthetic Success,” Southwest Dental
        Conference, Jacinthe Paquette, D.D.S.; January 30-31, 2003 - Served as
        his Clinician Host for Southwest Dental Conference -16 hours

    o   “Diagnostic Guidelines and Clinical Principals Required for Esthetic
        Success,” Southwest Dental Conference, Robert R. Winter, D.D.S.
        Served as his Clinician Host for Conference, Southwest Academy of
        Restorative Dentistry Scientific Session; January 11, 2002 - 7 hours

    o   “The Integration of Esthetics in Dentistry,” Southwest Dental Conference,
        Frank Spear, D.D.S. Served as his Clinician Host for Conference;
        March 9, 2000 – 7 hours

    o   “Diagnosis and Treatment of the Severely Worn Dentition,” Southwest
        Dental Conference, Thomas “Abe” Abrahamsen, D.D.S., M.S.
        Served as his Clinician Host for Conference; March 13, 1999 – 7 hours

    o   “What’s New in Dental Materials and Techniques,” Dallas Mid-Winter
        Dental Clinic, Gordon J. Christensen, D.D.S., Ph.D. C.R.A.;
        January 23, 1998 - 7 hours

   Removable Prosthodontics

    o   “Dentures Made Easy,” A. Burton Melton, D.D.S., San Antonio TX;
        December 19 - 20, 2003 - 16 hours

    o   Trubyte/Dentsply/Austinal Speakers Symposium, “Eclipse System,”
        Chicago, Sheraton; March 2, 2003 – 8 hours




   Laboratory

    o   “Anterior Function and Esthetics - Waxing Course 3,”
        Russell T. DeVreugd, C.D.T.; May 13-14, 2000 -16 hours

    o   “Porcelain Esthetics: A Hands-On Porcelain Technique Course,”
        Claude Sieber; October 2–4, 1998 - 24 hours

    o   “Occlusal Morphology: The Total Picture - Waxing Course 2,”
        Russell T. DeVreugd, C.D.T.; September 4 - 6, 1998 – 24 hours

    o   “A Practical Approach To Posterior Tooth Morphology –
        Waxing Course 1,” Russell T. DeVreugd, C.D.T.; April 25 – 26, 1998 – 16
        hours

   Endodontics

    o   “An Update on Nickel-Titanium Rotary Instruments,” Ove Peters, D.D.S.,
        SCCDS, Santa Clara, California, Villa Ragusa, May 14, 2009 - 2 hours

    o   “Endodontics,: Predictable Therapy,” Fransisco Banchs, D.M.D., M.Sc.;
        Weston Stonebriar Resort, Frisco, Texas, June 24, 2006 - 7 hours

   Implants

    o   “Computerized Tomography in Dentistry,” Leonard H. Smith, D.D.S.,
    Sherry Dental Lab, Cupertino, Ca, June 23, 2010 – 2 hours

o   “Using Patient-specific Abutments to Achieve Exceptional Results,” Fred
    Senne, Atlantis/Astra Tech Inc., Campbell, Ca, May, 26, 2010 – 1.5
    hours

o   “Implants in the Esthetic Zone: How implant Design Can Assure Positive
    Results in the Anterior Region,” Jim Soltys, D. D. S., Keystone Dental,
    San Jose, Ca., May 18, 2010 - 2 hours

o   “The Encode Complete Restorative System, BioMet3i,” BoiMet3i, Keith
    Cooper, D.D.S., San Jose, California, March 09, 2010 – 3 hours

o   “Offering the Highest Quality in Implant Restoration with the Most
    Efficient Lab Fees,” Joseph Kim, D.D.S., Palo Alto, California, January
    28, 2010 – 2 hours

o   “The Keys to Ease in Implant Dentistry,” Burt Melton, D.D.S., Neoss
    Implants, Palo Alto, California, December 11, 2008 – 3 hours

o   “ Implant Options – Advantages & Cases Studies,” Lola Giusti, D.D.S.,
    SCCDS, Santa Clara, California, Villa Ragusa, October 10, 2008 - 2
    hours

o   “Advances In Cone-Beam Technology By David Hatcher, D.D.S.,” Silicon
    Valley Study Club, Rik A. Vanootegham, Director, October 24, 2007 – 3
    hours

o   “Teeth In An Hour,” Silicon Valley Study Club, Rik A. Vanootegham,
    Director, August 30, 2007 – 1 hour
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o   “ICOI World Congress XXV & 10 Annual Implant Prosthodontic
    Symposium,” Edward P. Allen, Robert Winter, Scott Keith, Scott Ganz,
    Reger Levin, Paul Homoly, Alan Meltzer, David Salmassy, Christopher
    Marchbank, Jeffrey Ganeles, Carl Misch, Robert Marx, Dennis Smiler,
    Hom-Lay Wang, Ole T. Jensen, Michael Pikos, Maurice Salama, Hilt
    Tatum, et. al.. Hyatt Regency Embarcadero Hotel, San Francisco, CA,
    August 23-25, 2007 – 20 hours

o   “NobelGuide Computer-Based Guided Surgery with Hands-On
    Workshop,” David Salmassy, D.D.S., M.S., Southwest Dental Institute,
    Plano, Texas, May, 20 – 21, 2006 - 14 hours

o   “Advanced Bone Grafting,” MAP IMPLANT INSTITUTE, Michael A.
    Pikos, D.D.S.; Palm Harbor, Florida, February, 14 - 16, 2002 - 20 hours

o   “Hands-on Fresh Cadaver Anatomical Dissections of Occlusion Related
    Structures” and Trigger Point Injections – Demonstration and Practice,”
    Terry Tanaka, D.D.S., Chula Vista, CA, July, 28 -30, 2002 - 24 hours

o   “SYNERGY IN MOTION SPEAKER SYMPOSIUM 2001,” Sulzer Speaker
    Implant Conference, Chicago, Il, Swissotel, March 9-11, 2001 21 hours

o   “Advanced Implant and Bone Grafting Techniques,”
    Donald P. Callan, D.D.S., Little Rock, AR; September 8-9, 2000 - 16
    hours

o   “Great Expectations: Prosthodontic Techniques and Innovations,”
    3rd Annual ICOI Implant Prosthodontic Symposium, Chicago, IL,
    Downtown Marriott; August 25-27, 2000 – 21 hours

o   “The Harmony and Synergy of Surgery and Prosthetics: Enhancing
        Aesthetics by Design,” Peter S. Wohrle, D.M.D., MMedSc, Southwest
        Prosthodontics Society; June 09 - 10, 2000 - 16 hours

    o   2nd Annual ICOI Implant Prosthodontic Symposium, Chicago, IL,
        Downtown Marriott. August 27-29, 1999 – 21 hours

    o   “Restorative Presentation on ITI Implants,” Frank Higginbottom, D.D.S.;
        Westin Hotel, Galleria, Dallas, Texas, June 13, 1997 – 7 hours

    o   “A Current State of Osseointegration and Esthetics in Implant Dentistry,”
        Dallas County Dental Society, Steve Parel, D.D.S., UTHSCSA;
        November 15, 1991 – 7 hours

    o   “Prosthetic Training for Branemark Implant System,” Fort Worth
        Academy of Medicine, Michael J. Engelman, D.D.S., UCLA,
        Walter Williams, D.D.S.; September 8-9, 1989 – 16 hours

    o   “Implant Prosthetics Training for Calcitek Integral Implant System,”
        Alton Oshsner Medical Foundation, Israel M. Finger, D.D.S.,
        Luis R. Guerra, D.D.S., Gerald Chiche, D.D.S., All LSU;
        August 4-5, 1989 – 16 hours

   Infection Control , Jurisprudence

    o   “Amalgam Separators & Your Office,” Santa Clara County Dental
        Society, Roberta Dunlap, Villa Ragusa, Campbell, California, October 30,
        2008 – 2 hours

    o   “Infection Control and Dental Law,” Eve Cuny, et al, SCCDS, Santa
        Clara, California, Villa Ragusa, October 23, 2009 - 4 hours

    o   “California Dental Practice Act,” Access Continuing Education, online,
        August, 16,2007 – 2 hours

    o   “California State Mandated Infection Control,” Access Continuing
        Education, online, August 16,2007 – 2 hours

    o   “Team Practice - Ethics & The Law,” Robert Anderton, D.D.S., M.S.;
        The Texas Meeting Annual Session, San Antonio, Texas, May 12, 2007 -
        3 Hours

    o   “OSHA and the Dental Office,” Irving Dental Study Club,
        Dean Wingo, OSHA; November 12, 1991

   Orthodontics

    o   “Invisalign Clear Essentials I,” Align Technologies, San Jose, California,
        February 12, 2010 – 8 hours

    o   “Invisalign Clear Essentials I,” David Gates, D.D.S., Align Technologies
        California Dental Association, San Francisco Session, San Francisco,
        California, September 12, 2009 – 6 hours

    o   “Orthodontics Continuum AGD 376,” Gary Wesson, D.D.S., M.S.;
        Weston Hampton Inn, Irving, Texas, August 11 – 12, 2006, June 9 - 10,
        2006 - 50 hours

   Oral Surgery

    o   “Complementing Cosmetic Dentistry With Perioral Procedures,” Louis
        Costa, D.M.D., M.D., ADA Annual Session, San Francisco, California,
        September 29, 2007 – 2.5 hours
   Periodontics

    o   “The Perio-Restorative Interface,” William Robbins, D.D.S., Monterey
        Bay Dental Society, Hyatt Regency Monterey, Monterey, California,
        October, 30, 2009 – 7 hours

    o   “Current Esthetic Root Coverage and Gingival Augmentation with Palatal
        Connective Tissue and AlloDerm,” Edward P. Allen, D.D.S., Ph.D.,
        Center for Advanced Dental Education, Dallas, Texas, October 18-19,
        2004 - 16 hours

    o   “Clinical Techniques for Predictable Periodontal Plastic Surgery,” Edward
        P. Allen, D.D.S., Ph.D., Center for Advanced Dental Education, Dallas,
        Texas, May 9 – 10, 2004 - 16 hours

    o   “New Concepts in Periodontics,” Donald Steinberg, D.D.S.;
        May 09, 1998

    o   “Lasers in Dentistry,” Irving Dental Study Club,
        Carl Steward, D.D.S., M.S.D.; October 8, 1991

    o   “Medical Considerations of Periodontal Disease,” Jan Angier, D.D.S.;
        November 12, 1988

   Emergency Medicine, Anesthesia, IV Sedation, Pharmacology

    o   “Silicon Valley Fluoridation,” Howard Pollick, D.D.S., SCCDS, Campbell,
        California, Campbell Community Center, May, 24, 2010 - 2 hours

    o   “Medical Evaluation of the Dental Patient,” Janice Lee, D.D.S., SCCDS,
        Campbell, California, Campbell Community Center, November 12, 2009 -
        2 hours

    o   “IV Sedation Update,” Michael Mermigas, D.D.S., Leslie Fang, M.D.,
        DOCS Education, Atlanta Georgia, December 4-5, 2009 – 15 hours

    o   “Bisphosphonates: An Update,” Mehran Hossaini, D.D.S., SCCDS, Santa
        Clara, California, Villa Ragusa, October 08, 2009 - 2 hours

    o   “ACLS Advanced Cardiac Life Support : Advanced Cardiac Life Support
        Provider RENEWAL Course,” American Heart Association, Western
        Region North, HeartShare Training Services, Tim Fagin, 408-246-0311,
        August 20, 2009 – 7.5 hours

    o   “EKG Interpretation Course and Drugs for ACLS,” American Heart
        Association, Western Region North, HeartShare Training Services, Tim
        Fagin, 408-246-0311, August 10, 17, 2009 - 13 hours

    o   “Are 4% Local Anesthesia Safe,” Alan Budenz, D.D.S., SCCDS, Santa
        Clara, California, Villa Ragusa, April 09, 2009 - 2 hours

    o   “Current Science on Water Fluoridation,” Howard Pollick, D.D.S.,
        SCCDS, Santa Clara, California, Villa Ragusa, March 12, 2009 - 2 hours

    o   “The Art of Dental Therapeutics,” Peter Jacobsen, Ph.D., D.D.S.,
        Monterey Dental Society, 8 Harris Court, Ste. A-2, February 13, 2009 – 7
        hours

    o   CPR, American Heart Association, Western Region Life Link, Nancy
        Carlson, 408-268-9234, December 5, 2008 – 3.5 hours
    o   “Pharmacology Update For Dentists,” Joseph Levy, D.D.S., SCCDS,
        Santa Clara, California, Villa Ragusa, November 13, 2008 - 2 hours

    o   “Airway Management Of The Sedated Dental Patient,” Anthony Feck,
        D.M.D., ADA Annual Session, San Francisco, California, September 30,
        2007 – 2.5 hours

    o   “The Top 50 Most Prescribed Medications,” Harold Crossley, D.D.S.,
        Ph.D., ADA Annual Session, San Francisco, California, September 28,
        2007 – 2.5 hours

    o   “The Yellow Brick Road To Managing Medically Compromised Patients,”
        Lauren Patton, D.D.S., ADA Annual Session, San Francisco, California,
        September 27, 2007 – 2.5 hours

    o   “Advanced Cardiac Life Support Provider Course,“ American Heart
        Association, Western Region North, John Franz, CRNA, 408-246-0311,
        August 28-29, 2007- 13 hours

    o   CPR, American Heart Association, Western Region North, Njoki Karoki,
        408-246-0311, August 20, 2007 – 3.5 hours

    o   “Parenteral Conscious Sedation and Office Medical Emergencies -
        A Comprehensive Review,” A TSBDE Approved Course, Baylor College
        of Dentistry, David Canfield D.D.S., F.A.D.S.A., Ronald J. Redden,
        D.D.S., F.A.D.S.A., Clark Whitmire, Jr., D.M.D., F.C.L.M., F.A.C.D.;
        February 23-24, 2006 - 14 hours

    o   CPR, American Heart Association, Texas, Jerri Haltom, 817-654-9708,
        February, 2006 – 3.5 hours

    o   “Parenteral Conscious Sedation and Advanced Emergency Procedures -
        A Comprehensive Review,” A TSBDE Approved Course, Baylor College
        of Dentistry, David Canfield D.D.S., F.A.D.S.A., Ronald J. Redden,
        D.D.S., F.A.D.S.A., Clark Whitmire, Jr., D.M.D., F.C.L.M., F.A.C.D.;
        August 21 – 22, 2003- 14 hours

    o   CPR, American Heart Association, Texas, Harris Methodist, Fort Worth,
        Integrated Safety Solutions, 817-477-0400, March 19, 2004 – 3.5 hours

    o   “Intravenous Conscious Sedation, “ Miami Valley Hospital Department of
        Dentistry and Sinclair Community College, Daniel E. Becker, D.D.S.,
        Director; June 14 - 19, 2002 - 42 hours

    o   “Advanced Cardiac Life Support,“ Miami Valley Hospital Department of
        Dentistry and Sinclair Community College, Daniel E. Becker, D.D.S.,
        Director; March 1–2, 2002 - 16 hours

    o   “Physiological and Clinical Aspects of Patient Monitoring,“ Miami Valley
        Hospital Department of Dentistry and Sinclair Community College, Daniel
        E. Becker, D.D.S., Director; February 28, 2002 - 8 hours

    o   “Oral, I.M. and Nitrous Oxide Sedation,” Miami Valley Hospital
        Department of Dentistry and Sinclair Community College, Daniel E.
        Becker, D.D.S., Director; December 6–8, 2001 - 24 hours

    o   “Medical Urgencies and Emergencies in the Dental Practice,“ Miami
        Valley Hospital Department of Dentistry and Sinclair Community College,
        Daniel E. Becker, D.D.S., Director; December 5, 2001 - 8 hours

   Pathology
    o   “Therapeutic Management of Oral Lesions,” Duane Schafer, D.D.S.,
         Santa Clara County Dental Society, San Jose, California, March 11,
         2010 – 2 hours

    o   “Oral Pathology: Lessons from Case Studies,” Richard Jordan, D.D.S.,
         Santa Clara County Dental Society, San Jose, California, September
         10, 2009 – 2 hours

    o   “Therapeutic Management of Oral Lesions,” Duane Schafer, D.D.S.,
         Santa Clara County Dental Society, San Jose, California, March 13,
         2009 – 6 hours

   Pedodontics

    o   “Current Topics in Pediatric Dentistry,” Jose Polido, D.D.S., Santa Clara
         County Dental Society, San Jose, California, February 11, 2010 – 2
         hours

    o    “Infant & Toddler Oral Health,” Jeffery Wood, D.D.S., Santa Clara
          County Dental Society, San Jose, California, February 12, 2009 – 2
          hours

   Practice Management

    o   “Rejuvenate Your Practice-It’s Easier Than You Think,” Debbie
        Castagna, Virginia Moore, California Dental Association, San Francisco
        Session, San Francisco, California, September 11, 2009 – 2.5 hours

    o   “Rejuvenate Your Practice,” Virginia Moore, Santa Clara County Dental
        Society, San Jose, California, March 05, 2010 – 5 hours

    o   “Reducing Overhead,” Gary Mitchell, Santa Clara County Dental Society,
        San Jose, California, February 18, 2009 – 2 hours

    o   “Digital Photography for Case Presentation and Speaking,”
        Greg Lutke, D.D.S., Dallas, TX; October, 11-12, 2002 - 16 hours

    o   Multiple topics, Robert Webber, TADPA; Summer 1996

    o   “The Joy of Dentistry,” Joy Millis; February, 1995

   Prosthodontics/Complex Restorative, Occlusion

    o   “Esthetic Dentistry,” Gregori Kurtzman, D.D.S., Punjabi Society, San
        Jose, California, May, 23, 2010 – 7 hours

    o   “High Strength All Ceramic Restoration,” Baldwin Marchack, D.D.S.,
        Santa Clara County Dental Society, San Jose, California, April 08, 2010
        – 2 hours

    o   “Cerec – Step by Step,” Marshall Brinkeen, Patterson Dental, San Jose,
        Ca, March 01, 2010 – 3 hours

    o   “Treatment Planning decision-Making,” Warden Noble, D.D.S., Santa
        Clara County Dental Society, San Jose, California, December 10, 2009 –
        2 hours

    o   “Dental Multidisciplinary Treatment Planning,” Multiple Presenters, Gilroy
        Endodontics, Gilroy, California, November 06, 2009 – 7 hours

    o   “The Christensen Bottom Line,” Gordon Christensen, D.D.S., Santa Clara
        County Dental Society, San Jose, California, March 13, 2009 – 6 hours
                   o   “An Integrating Occlusal Concept,” Ronald G. Presswood, D.D.S., Heart
                       of the Hills Seminars, Houston, Texas, August, 22 & 23, 2008 – 14 hours
                               nd
                   o   “The 22 International Symposium on Ceramics – Esthetic Masters at
                       the Forefront,” Gerard J. Chiche, D.D.S. – Program Chair, Louisiana
                       State University & The International Quintessence Publishing Group,
                       Hyatt Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, California, June 6-8, 2008 -
                       21.25 hours

                   o   “Common TMD & Orofacial Pain Risk Factors,” Charles McNeill, D.D.S.,
                       Santa Clara County Dental Society, San Jose, California, September, 13,
                       2007 – 2 hours

                   o   “The Christensen Bottom Line,” Gordon Christensen, D.D.S., Santa Clara
                       County Dental Society, San Jose, California, May, 25, 2007 – 6 hours

                   o   “Rehabilitation By Design,” Texas Academy of Aesthetic Dentistry,” Bill
                       Robbins, D.D.S., Jeff Rouse, D.D.S., San Antonio, Texas, 2004 - 16
                       hours

                   o   “Creating Restorative Excellence’” “FUNCTIONAL OCCLUSION:
                       SCIENCE DRIVEN MANAGEMENT,” John C. Kois, D.M.D., M.S.D.,
                       2003 - 16 hours

                   o   “Clinical Demonstration of Computer Guided Occlusal Adjustment,”
                       Robert B. Kerstein, D.M.D., I co-taught program in my office;
                       October 5 & 6, 2001 – 16 hours

                   o   “Excellence in Esthetics,” John Kois, D.D.S., Southwest Prosthodontic
                       Society; 2001 – 8 hours
                          st
                   o   “21 Century Occlusion,” Robert B. Kerstein, D.M.D., San Antonio, TX;
                       November 20, 1999 - 6 hours

                   o   “Rehabilitation of The Edentuolus Mouth,” Irving Dental Study Club,
                       M. Leif Stromberg, D.D.S.; January 11, 2000

                   o   “Occlusion and Disclusion,” William H. McHorris, D.D.S., Roland and
                       Miggie Lynn Memorial Lecture, BCOD; October 10, 1997


                   o   “Perfecting Provisionals for Enhanced Esthetic Restorations,” Pascal
                       Magne, D.M.D., Michel Magne, C.D.T., DCDS CE; September 21, 1997

                   o   “Meeting the Esthetic Challenge,” Robert Winter, D.D.S., DCDS CE,
                       September 20, 1997


Patents Held      “Laboratory Attachment Jig for Prosthodontic Restoration,”
                   Patent # 5,222,892; June 29, 1993

                  “Method for Paralleling Implant Restorative Components,”
                   Patent # 5,215,460; June 1, 1993

                  “System for Driving & Tightening Components in a Prosthodontic
                   Restoration,” Patent # 5,158,458; October 27, 1992

                  “Non-Rotational Prosthodontic Restoration,” Patent # 5,108,288;
                   April, 1992.
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